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Patient Monitor

Operator Manual

Welch Allyn Medical Division

Part N o

R ev

D escri pti on New Release of ATLAS Servi ce Manual

EC N # 5-40429

D ate 10/99

Approved RS/LP

6200-43E

Drawings and/or illustrations and/or part numbers contained in this document are for reference purposes only. For current revisions call the Welch Allyn Customer Service phone number listed in Section 1 page 2.

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Section 1: General Information 1.1 About the Atlas ............................................................................................................ 1 1.2 Technical Help Information, Worldwide Tech Support Phone Number ........................... 2 1.3 Product Model Number Structure ................................................................................. 3 1.4 Main Menu Architecture ................................................................................................ 6 1.5 Atlas System Block Diagram ........................................................................................ 7 Section 2: Service (See User Manual 6200-42E for Atlas Specifications) 2.1 Incoming Inspection,Checklist ...................................................................................... 1 2.2 Repair Tests ............................................................................................................. 2-4 Table 2-1 :Tools Required for Service, Calibration and Software Loading ................... 5 Table 2-2:Software/Firmware Revision Levels ............................................................ 6 2.3 Calibration Procedures BP Calibration - Section 2.3.1 ........................................................................... 7 ETCO2 Calibration (623Models only) - Section 2.3.2 ......................................... 7&8 CO2 Reset (623Models only) - Section 2.3.3 ........................................................ 9 Printer Calibration - Section 2.3.4 ....................................................................... 10 Battery Voltage Calibration (Models 622xx and 623xx only)- Section 2.3.5 .... 10&11 Temperature Measurement Subsystem Calibration- Section 2.3.6 ...................... 12 Set Battery Charge Voltage-Section 2.3.7 .......................................................... 13 2.4 Software Software Chart#2.4.1 .......................................................................................... 14 Downloading Operating System 2.4 .................................................................... 15 2.5 Downloading NVRAM Text files ............................................................................ 15&16 2.6 Downloading Software and NVRAM Text files ............................................................. 16 2.7 Product Numbering Structure .................................................................................... 17 Section 3: Troubleshooting (Also see Atlas Operators manual Appendix E) 3.1 Functional Tests/ Initial Diagnostic Steps ...................................................................... 1 3.2 Technical Troubleshooting Tables: Complaint/Cause/Corrective Action ....................... 12 3.3 Top Level Troubleshooting Index .................................................................................. 15 3.4 Diagnostic Tests and Test Setups ............................................................................... 17 Section 4: Disassembly and Repair About Section 4 .................................................................................................................... 1 4.1 Model 200 Dissassembly .............................................................................................. 2 4.2 Model 200 Re-assembly .............................................................................................. 13 4.3 Other Models notes ..................................................................................................... 15

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Appendix Section: A ............................................................................................................... theory of operations B ...................................................................................................................... repair parts list C ....................................................................................interconnect diagram 620396 Rev A D ...................................................................... electrical schematics and circuit board layouts E ........................... Safety Tests: Required Equipment and Procedures and Test Results Form

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Section 1 - General Information

The Atlas combines in one unit all the necessary measurements for patients under anesthesia, for surgical recovery, or bed side monitoring. See Section 1.3 for a complete listing of product models and options. According to the standards of care for Nurse Anesthetists and Anesthesiologists, all patients receiving conscious sedation are to be continuously monitored throughout the procedure and recovery phase by ECG, SpO2, and NIBP. CO2 monitoring is a requirement during gas anesthesia (when patient is ventilated). The Atlas combines a CRT to display ECG and CO2 waveforms and LEDs for the other numeric values to maximize visibility and viewing angle. Although not designed to be a transport product, the monitor has an integral handle and it is small and light enough at 13 lb to be easily moved. A one hour battery enables the monitor to be moved with the patient from the surgery room to recovery room. It also maintains unit operation for up to an hour when power is interrupted. IMPORTANT: for a complete description on the function and use of the Atlas, as well as user safety warnings, cautions, and warranty information, read and understand the Atlas Operators Manual part number 6200-42E (English). Other languages are available.

1.1 About the Atlas Monitor

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1.2 Help Information

All service and repairs must be performed by fully trained and properly equipped personnel, using genuine replacement parts and correct procedures. Failure to do so will invalidate the product warranty.

Safety Warnings

Read and understand all safety warnings and service notes printed in this Service Manual and the Operators Manual part number 6200-42E. If in doubt about any precaution or procedure, for phone help, or to order additional copies of the Atlas Operators Manual, contact: Customer Service Welch Allyn, Inc. 4341 State Street Road, PO Box 220 Skaneatles Falls, NY 13153-0220 U.S.A Telephone 1-800-535-6663

When calling, refer to the model number on the bottom of the Atlas. The Model Number is the first three digits of the Serial number number found on the bottom of the Atlas.

Treat all returned opened Nasal CO2 Sample Lines and watertraps as Bio Hazard material and dispose of them in an approved manner.

Troubleshooting assistance is contained in Section 3 of this manual to help determine which board is malfunctioning. This manual does not support repairing the printed circuit boards.

Year 2000 Information: The Atlas is Y2K compliant and will not encounter Year 2000 problems.

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1.3 Product Model Number Structure


621S0 621SP 622S0 622SP 622N0 622NP 623SP 623NP ECG, Nonin SpO2, NIBP ECG, Nonin SpO2, NIBP, Printer ECG, Nonin SpO2, NIBP, Temp, Respiration, Battery, RS232 ECG, Nonin SpO2 , NIBP, Temp, Respiration, Battery, RS232, Printer ECG, Nellcor SpO2, NIBP, Temp, Respiration, Battery, RS232 ECG, Nellcor SpO2, NIBP, Temp, Respiration, Battery, RS232, Printer ECG, Nonin SpO2, NIBP, ETCO2, Temp, Respiration, Battery, RS232, Printer ECG, Nellcor SpO2, NIBP, ETCO2, Temp, Respiration, Battery, RS232, Printer

SUFFIX: Use letter designation for language localization as follows: E = English, F= French, G= German, I= Italian, S= Spanish, P= Portuguese C = Chinese, J= Japanese Use number designation for line cord localization as follows: 1 = US, Canada, Japan Version 2 = European Version 4 = United Kingdom Version 6 = Australian Version

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Section 1 - General Information

1.4 Main Menu Architecture

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Also note that this is for the 623xx system. On a 622xP system, delete the CO2 Reset box, the Calibrate CO2 item, and the CO2 units item. On a 621xP system, delete the CO2 Reset box, the Calibrate CO2 item, the CO2 units item, Respiration speed item, the Temperature units item, and the Battery test item. On systems without printers (621x0 and 622x0) delete the Printer test pattern item.

The Display A/D Channels also lets you press <SET> up and down to display additional sets of information, but does not change the menu page that you are on, just writes different information on the right side of the screen.

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Section 1.5
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Atlas System Block Diagram

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Section 2 - Service 2.1.1 Inspect shipping package and product for damage. Make a record of possible shipping damage. 2.1.2 List accessories in box. power cord SpO2 probe ECG leads ECG lead cable Cuff(s) Operator Manual nasal C02 Line ECG Electrode(s) temperature probe BP tubing paper loose parts, describe

2.1 Incoming Inspection

Service Intervals for Calibration and Maintenance are listed in Atlas Operator s Manual Appendix C.

2.1.3 Clean and disinfect by following the instructions printed in the Operator Manual. 2.1.4 Operate the Atlas to verify the customer complaint before making any changes to the unit. Call the customer if the complaint is unclear.

NOTE: Perform REPAIR TESTS in Section 2.2 to fully inspect the Atlas monitor before and after servicing. Refer to Section 3 for Troubleshooting help.
2.1.5 If the unit has caused or is suspected of having caused an injury of any type: DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR REPAIR THE UN IT IN ANY WAY. Contact Welch Allyn Customer Service immediately.

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Section 2 - Service 2.2 Repair Tests BP Leak Test 2.2.1 Blood Pressure System Leakage Test: Unit must not leak more than 5 mmHg in a 15 second interval while attached to a 100 cc volume at test pressures of 50mmHg and 250mmHg. Need: 100cc (+10/-0cc) test cavity stopwatch squeeze bulb 2.2.1.1 Connect Atlas to test 100cc volume and Setra Gage as shown in Figure 2.3.1.1 2.2.1.2 Turn Atlas ON 2.2.1.3 Press Time and Date button to access Options Menu. 2.2.1.4Press Lead Select button to select Service Mode. Select Verify Manometer 2.2.1.5Pressurize the Atlas with squeeze bulb to 50mmHg. NOTE: Allow reading to stabilize for 15 seconds. 2.2.1.6Observe pressure for 15 additional seconds. Unit should not leak more than 5mmHg during this time. 2.2.1.7Perform this process at 250mmHg

BP Dump Test

2.2.2 Dump Test: Unit must be able to deflate a 500 cc volume from greater than 260.0 mmHg to less than 15.0 mmHg in 10 seconds or less. 2.2.3 Manometer Accuracy Test Internal temperature of the unit must be less than 32.0 degrees Celsius before performing test. 2.2.3.1 The primary transducer must be within +/0.75 mmHg at 0 +/-0.3 mmHg. The safety transducer must be within +/-1 mmHg at 0+/-0.3 mmHg. 2.2.3.2 The primary transducer must be within +/1.5 mmHg at 50 +/-5.0 mmHg. The safety transducer must be within +/-1.5 mmHg at 50 +/- 5.0 mmHg. 2.2.3.3 The primary transducer must be within +/1.5 mmHg at 150 +/-5.0 mmHg. The safety transducer must be within +/-4.5 mmHg at 150 +/- 5.0 mmHg. 2.2.3.4 The primary transducer must be within +/SERVICE MANUAL 6200-43E REV. A

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Section 2 - Service 2.2.4 Deflation Test: With the unit connected to a large adult cuff and a target inflation pressure of 200 mmHg* have the unit perform a complete normal BP cycle. For steps two and three, the size of the step must be between 3.0 mmHg and 11.0 mmHg. Step 4 and all other steps above or equal to 40 mmHg, step size must be between 7.0 mmHg and 11.0 mmHg. All steps below 40 mmHg, except for the last step, will be between 4.5 mmHg and 10 mmHg. The last step will be between 0.01 mmHg and 10 mmHg. 2.2.5 Charge Voltage Test: Check battery charging circuit: Specification :No Load: 6.85VDC across right pin (+) and left pin (-) of Main PCB battery charge connector. 2.2.6 Hardware Fail Safe Tests 2.2.6.1 Over Pressure Test: Atlas hardware must detect over pressure on unit pneumatic system between 296.0 mmHg and 329.0 mmHg. 2.2.6.2 Over 15 mmHg Test: Atlas hardware must detect if the pneumatic system has been pressurized greater than 15 mmHg for more than 155 seconds but less than 180 seconds. 2.2.6.3 Under 15 mmHg Test: Atlas hardware must detect if the pneumatic system has been pressurized less than 15 mmHg for more than 25.0 seconds but less than 35.0 seconds before alowing new inflation cycle in nonStat Auto Mode. 2.2.7 RS232 Test: The RS232 communication operation will be confirmed with successful serial transmit and receive. 2.2.8 Printer Option Test: The printer must be able to print out the test pattern . Inspect print quality.
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Deflation Test * Go to service mode screen and set initial pressure to 200mmHg.

Charge Voltage Test

Hardware Fail Safe Tests

RS232 Test

Printer Option Test

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Section 2 - Service 2.2.9 ECG Test: Use a calibrated simulator to check performance. NOTE: There is no calibration for the ECG or impedance Respiration subsystems. If the performance does not match up to that expected using a calibrated simulator then there could be a problem with the cable, leads, connectors, wiring or the main board itself. If the main board is faulty then replace it.

ECG Test NOTE: Section 3 of this Service Manual contains troubleshooting steps for the ECG subsystem. These tests will help determine if the main board is faulty.

SpO2 Test

NOTE:There is no
calibration for the SpO2 and Pulse subsystem. If the performance does not match up to that expected using a calibrated simulator, or the Phantom finger set, then the subsystem board must be replaced.

2.2.10 SpO2 Tests: Need: Appropriate Phantom finger set SpO2 cuff and cable Or: Nellcor or Nonin (as fitted) simulator (replaces cuff to drive subsystem) Or: Calibrated SpO2 simulator that has a cuff fitting that simulates a perfused finger Nonin: Settings for NoninPatient Simulator 8000S are 98% O2 / 80 BPM. SpO2 board accuracy after 25 second stabilization period must be within +/-2%O2 and +/- 2BPM. Nellcor: Settings for Nellcor Patient Simulator SRC-2 are 81% O2 and 112 BPM. SpO2 board accuracy after 25 second stabilization period must be within +/-2% O2 and +/- 2 BPM. 2.2.11 TEMP ACCURACY VERIFICATION Need: Calibrated thermometer (DIGITAL OR GLASS) small insulated container with cover for warm water 2.2.11.1Fill container wtih approximately 96 degree F water 2.2.11.2Attach temperature probe neaqr the sensing part of the thermometer and insert into the warm water. 2.2.11.3Accuracy must be within +/- 0.2 degrees F.

Temperature Test

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Section 2 - Service Table 2-2:Software/Firmware revision levels

MODEL 621S O 621S P 622S O 622S P 622NO 622NP 623S P 623NP

Operating System AA.01.4000, 9/8/99 AA.01.4000, 9/8/99 AA.01.4000, 9/8/99 AA.01.4000, 9/8/99 AA.01.4000, 9/8/99 AA.01.4000, 9/8/99 AA.01.4000, 9/8/99 AA.01.4000, 9/8/99

Boot loader AA.01.0000, 6/20/99 AA.01.0000, 6/20/99 AA.01.0000, 6/20/99 AA.01.0000, 6/20/99 AA.01.0000, 6/20/99 AA.01.0000, 6/20/99 AA.01.0000, 6/20/99 AA.01.0000, 6/20/99

Nellcor

Nonin V7 V7 V7 V7

Pryon

V 1.2.0.0 12/17/97 V 1.2.0.0 12/17/97 V7 V 1.2.0.0 12/17/97 0.E V1.00 0.E V1.00

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Section 2 - Service 2.3.1 BP Calibration : Need: 500cc vessel (approximate) calibrated digital manometer squeeze bulb with one-way valve tubing and T fittings PC with HyperTerminal * serial cable 2.3.1.1 Connect: manometer, bulb, and 500cc vessel to BP port with T connectors, Atlas to PC with serial cable. 2.3.1.2 Turn AtlasON and start HyperTerminal on PC. 2.3.1.3 Enter commands on Serial interface: Pangea> bp valve close<ENTER> Pangea> bp safety off<ENTER> 2.3.1.4 Enter command: Pangea> bp cal 5000 Do not press <ENTER> yet! 2.3.1.5 Raise pressure with bulb to as close to 50.00mmHg as possible or slightly higher. Let the pressure bleed down toexactly 50.00mmHg. Now press <ENTER> . Take no more than 3 minutes for this step. 2.3.1.6 Enter command: Pangea> bp cal 25000<ENTER> 2.3.1.7 Repeat step 2.3.1.5 with 250.00 as target. Press <ENTER> when pressure deteriorates to 250.00 mmHG. 2.3.1.8 Enter command: Pangea> nvram write<ENTER> 2.3.1.9 Disconnect serial cable and instruments and cycle power on Atlas. BP cal complete. 2.3.1.10 Verify accuracy of pressure settings by repeating step 2.3.1.3 then 2.3.1.5 and compare Atlas front panel reading with Setra readout. Do this at 50.00mm and 250 mm Hg. 2.3 Calibration

2.3.1 BP Calibration

Caution: Improper use, storage, handling of compressed gas vessels can cause injury or death! Follow gas manufacturers safety processes.
500cc volume Setra

Figure 2.3.1.1
*Access and set up HyperTerminal: 1-Start 2-Settings 3-Control Panel 4-Add/Remove Programs 5-Windows Setup 6-Communications 7-selectHyperTerminal 8-APPLY Settings are: 9600 Baud, 8 bit word, 1 stop bit no parity, no flow control ANSI character set Find HyperTerminal in Programs, Accessories

2.3.2 ET CO2 Calibration: 623 Models only Need: Tank of approximately 10% CO2, balance N2 (certified) Blood Gas Mixture Tubing and T connectors Watertrap and scrubber 2.3.2.1 Insert water trap. Power up. 2.3.2.2 Place the instrument into Service Mode: Press Date/Time Lead Select button. 2.3.2.3 Select Calibrate CO2 Message Remove CO2 water trap will appear.
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2.3.2 ET CO2 Calibration NOTE:Replace water trap every 6 hrs of use. Treat water trap and used NasalCO2 Sample lines as bio hazard material! NOTE: The Scrubber looks similar to a watertrap, but is filled with white granules. It is included with model 623XX.
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Section 2 - Service 2.3.2.4 2.3.2.5 2.3.2.6 2.3.2.7 Remove water trap from water trap socket . Message Install scrubber will appear . Attach scrubber to water trap. Insert scrubber/water trap assembly into water trap socket. Message Enter span gas value using <Set> button will appear. 2.3.2.8 Change the default value (10%) to the value of span gas being used (calibrated 8% to 12% concentration known to 0.01%). 2.3.2.9 Press <BP Start/Cancel> Message: Sampling appears while the instrument is sampling the scrubber air. 2.3.2.10 When instructed, remove the scrubber from the CO2 water trap. Do not remove water trap. 2.3.2.11 Attach the calibrated source of CO2 gas to the CO2 side-stream sampling tube as per Figure 2.3.2.11 2.3.2.12 Adjust the CO2 regulator just enough to allow a small amount of gas to flow out of the vent (approximately 3 PSI).

Note: Adjust regulator to approximately 2 PSI. valve vent CO 2

watertrap Figure 2.3.2.11

NOTE:Replace water trap every 6 hrs of use. Treat water trap and used NasalCO2 Sample lines as bio hazard material!

Important: Once positive flow is established, let the it flow for one minute before pressing the Continue button and actually sampling. After one minute, press the Continue button to let the Atlas start sampling CO2. .
2.3.2.13 Press <BP Start/Cancel> Message: CO2 calibration successful or CO2 calibration failed will appear on the CRT display. (Note: Serial Communication is not the cause of a failure if the Prion Serial appears in the Service Screen. Therefore the problem is with the board or connections and not serial communication problems.) 2.3.2.14 Press Trend button to Exit.

SR856: CO2 Calibration beyond the year 2021

To calibrate the CO2 system in years 2022 or later it is necessary to reset the system clock to an earlier year, perform the calibration, and then set the clock to the correct year again. The service center should keep a record of this since the Cal display in the Service Mode screen will be incorrect.

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Section 2 - Service 2.3.3 CO2 RESET Need: Watertrap and Scrubber 2.3.3.1 Press the Date/Time button on the lower right of the monitor. The Set Date and Time and Other Options menu will be displayed. 2.3.3.2 Select the Reset CO2 selection by pressing the CO2/RESP ALARMS Off button. CO2 Reset screen will appear. 2.3.3.3 Follow the instructions on the screen. Remove the CO2 watertrap. Install the CO2 Scrubber onto the CO2 watertrap. NOTE: The Scrubber looks similar to a watertrap, but is filled with white granules. It is included with model 623XX. 2.3.3.4 Remove the tubing from the watertrap and attach the Scrubber to the watertrap. 2.3.3.5 Insert the watertrap/Scrubber combination into the watertrap socket. 2.3.3.6 Messages: The system will report that it is Sampling. The system will then report Reset Complete. 2.3.3.7 Remove the watertrap/Scrubber from the watertrap socket. 2.3.3.8 Detach the Scrubber from the watertrap and reattach the tubing. 2.3.3.9 Replace the watertrap in the watertrap socket. 2.3.3.10 Press Trend to return to the waveform screen. NOTE: There may be a message indicating a 5 minute Warming Up period.

2.3.3 CO2 RESET

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Section 2 - Service 2.3.4 PRINTER CALIBRATION


Note: Two lines are displayed: Waveform +128, Text +70 These two numbers are factory defaults and a good starting point if the system is printing very poorly or not at all. The LEFT<SET> button controls the Waveform setting, up and down. The RIGHT <SET> button controls the Text setting, up and down. Make changes tothe settings as needed, where a larger number = darker printing and a smaller number = lighter printing. Make initial changes of about 10 points each time. After making an adjustment, press <TREND> to exit the Service Mode.

2.3.4 PRINTER CALIBRATION Need: PC with HyperTerminal Serial cable Connector 2.3.4.1 Use HyperTerminal to get strobe width settings for printer normal for waveforms text for trend Advanced configuration printing: Pangea> nvram get printer_strobe_width_normal<ENT> (normal value 130) Pangea> nvram get printer_strobe_width_text <ENT> (normal value 70) 2.3.4.2 Change values - larger number for darker printing. Change with: Pangea> nvram set printer_strobe_width_normal XXX Pangea> nvram set printer_strobe_width_text YYY 2.3.4.3 Test and reset until satisfied. 2.3.4.4 Press Trend button to exit the Service Mode.

2.3.5 BATTERY VOLTAGE CALIBRATION

2.3.5 BATTERY VOLTAGE CALIBRATION for models 622XX and 623XX. NOTE: CHECK BATTERY VOLTAGE CALIBRATION AFTER REPLACING MAIN PCB. Need: DC power supply rated: 7 VDC at 5A Battery eliminator cable - Atlas battery plug on one end, interface to the power supply on the other. There should be access for voltmeter probes at the Atlas end of the cable when it is installed DMM / DVM with 10mV resolution on a 10V scale PC with HyperTerminal Serial cable and connector 2.3.5.1. 2.3.5.2 2.3.5.3 2.3.5.4 Connect serial cable to PC and Atlas Remove battery from Atlas Set the power supply to 6.8V +/- 200mV Connect the power supply to the Atlas battery connector. 2.3.5.5 Turn Atlas ON. 2.3.5.6 Reduce the power supply to 6.0V

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Section 2 - Service 2.3.5.7 Measure the voltage at the battery connector (at the Atlas) to the nearest 10mV. NOTE: Do not measure at the power supply, since cable resistance will introduce error. 2.3.5.8 At the HyperTerminal, type: Pangea> power cal XXXX<ENTER> (where XXXX represents the measured voltage in millivolts no decimal point.) For example, if you measured 6.010V at the battery connector, use the command power cal 6010<ENTER>. 2.3.5.8 The Atlas will respond: raw = ZZZZ mV true = 6010 mV OK (where ZZZZ is the raw uncalibrated reading that the instrument made.) 2.3.5.9 Reduce the power supply to 5.6 volts. You should soon hear the low battery alarm. 2.3.5.10 Measure the voltage at the battery connector to the nearest 10mV. 2.3.5.11 At the HyperTerminal, type: Pangea> power cal XXXX<ENTER> (where XXXX represents the measured voltage in millivolts no decimal point.) For example, if you measured 5.590V at the battery connector, use the command power cal 5590<ENTER>.

2.3.5.12 The Atlas will respond: raw = ZZZZ mV true = 5590 mV OK (where ZZZZ is the raw uncalibrated reading that the instrument made.) 2.3.5.13 Finish by typing: (this will re-boot ATLAS) Pangea> hw reset<ENTER> 2.3.5.14 Turn Atlas OFF and remove the power supply. 2.3.5.15 Re-Install the battery.

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Section 2 - Service 2.3.6 TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT SUBSYSTEM CALIBRATION 2.3.6 TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT SUBSYSTEM CALIBRATION: Need: PC Serial Cable HyperTerminal 1kOhm - 2kOhm 1% 1/2watt resistor Large RCA plug (1/4) 2 conductor Short length of wire (optional) Soldering iron and solder 2.3.6.1Prepare Resistor/Plug assembly. Solder the resistor across RCA plug terminals. 2.3.6.2 Plug the resistor assembly into the Atlas Temperature jack. 2.3.6.3 Connect the Atlas to the PC serial port. 2.3.6.4 Turn the Atlas ON. NOTE: Temperature display will show a valid temperature. 2.3.6.5 Start HyperTerminal on the PC. 2.3.6.6 At the Pangea prompt, type: Pangea>temp cal xxxxxx<ENTER>

(where the xxxxxx is the value of the precision resistor in centiOhms- Specify the Ohms, tenths, and hundredths of Ohms with no decimal point- for example, a 1200.00 Ohm resistor would be: Pangea>temp cal 120000<ENTER> 2.3.6.7 Wait four seconds then type: Pangea>temp state<ENTER> 2.3.6.8 Displayed resistance will be within 0.5 Ohms of the value that you entered. The Offset should not exceed 5.0 Ohms. NOTE: The system will silently fail (without error) if it is unable to calibrate properly. Therefore you must manually verify that this resistance is correct. 2.3.6.9 Turn the Atlas OFF. 2.3.6.10Unplug the resistor/plug assembly. 2.3.6.11 Remove the serial cable. 2.3.6.12Check the accuracy of the temperature sensing system using the process described in Section 2.2.11
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Section 2 - Service 2.3.7 Set battery charging voltage: Specification :No Load: 6.85VDC Need: DVMM 2.3.7.1 Remove battery from unit and unplug. 2.3.7.2 Use DVMM to check across right pin (+) and left pin (-) when viewed looking into the battery compartment. 2.3.7.3 Adjust potentiometer R338 to obtain 6.85VDC. (It is located at the right of the battery jack. Turn it counterclockwise to increase the charging voltage. 2.3.7 Set Battery Charge Voltage

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Situation

C ondition

Action

D etails

Software Chart 2.4.1

Advanced C onfiguration (user set preferences using front panel controls E1 YES "atlas_dl.exe" loads nvram_common.txt fi le whi ch overwri tes all previ ous setti ngs wi th defaults. After repai r, please check all user preference setti ngs (Advanced C onfi gurati on Menu) and ALARM setti ngs and set them the way the uni t was recei ved. E2 Yes..Same as above

Initializ e N VR AM using hyperterminal

D ow nload operating system using w indow s

R eC alibrat Atlas? (BP, Power, temperature and not C O2) H1 N O Wi th atlas_dl.exe program the cali brati on constants are not changed.

S eq u en ce

A1 Software Updgrade

B1 Uni t has no problems

C1 Use the new download uti li ty "atlas_dl.exe"

D1 HyperTermi nal not requi red.

F1 NO

G1 YES software i nformati on resi des i n C PU

I1 1. Run atlas_dl.exe 2. C heck alarm setti ngs and other consumer preference advanced confi gurati on setti ngs.

A2 Mai n board fai led

B2 Just replaci ng Mai n board. The ori gi nal C PU board i s OK.

C2 Replace Mai n board, i ni ti ali ze nvram, and recali brate.

D2 Need HyperTermi nal for setti ng nvram and cali brati on.

F2 YES

G2 N O: operati ng system resi des i n C PU whi ch was untouched.

H2 YES the NVRAM of the new mai n board wi ll not have the correct cali brati on constants. H3 NO

I2 1-Set NVRAM 2-Recali brate 3-C heck alarm setti ngs

A3 C PU board fai led

B3 Just replaci ng C PU board. The ori gi nal Mai n board i s OK.

C3 Replace C PU board and load operati ng system.

D3 Need atlas_dl.exe fi le

E3 Yes..Same as above

F3 NO

G3 YES software i nformati on resi des i n C PU

I3 1-download operati ng system 2-C heck alarm setti ngs and other consumer preference advanced confi gurati on setti ngs I4 1-Run atlas_dl.exe 2-Set nvram 3-Recali brate 4-C heck/set alarm setti ngs

A4 Both C PU and mai n board fai led

B4 Replaci ng both the C PU and Mai n boards.

C4 Replace both boards, use atlas_dl.exe, reconfi gure, cali brate.

D4 Need HyperTermi nal for setti ng nvram and cali brati on.

E4 Yes..Same as above

F4 YES

G4 YES software i nformati on resi des i n C PU

H4 YES the NVRAM of the new mai n board wi ll not have the correct cali brati on constants.

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Section 2 - Service 2.4 Downloading Operating System When required: to load latest revision software* on a fully functioning Atlas or to reload software after replacing the MCU board. The atlas_dl.exe program loads the following files: atlas.out.gz nvram_common.txt nvram_(model#).txt ** nvram_(language).txt ** Equipment or supplies required: PC with Windows 95/NT Serial cable with connector: (COM1to PC) File : atlas_dl.exe 2.4.1 Connect serial cable between Atlas and PC COM1 2.4.2 Double click atlas_dl.exe explorer window 2.4.3 After downloading is complete, check alarm and other User controlled advanced configuration settings since these are reset by this downloading process. Downloading Operating System complete 2.5 Downloading NVRAM files with Hyperterminal*. The NVRAM resides on Main Board. Hyper terminal loads the following files: cal_init.txt common.txt (model#).txt ** (language).txt,** printer.txt (if required), or no_printer.txt. 2.5.1Connect serial cable between Atlas and PC COM1 as in 2.4 above. 2.5.2Open HyperTerminal program on PC: START PROGRAMS ACCESSORIES HYPERTERMINAL 2.5.3Turn Atlas ON. You should see some version information and a prompt: Pangea> 2.5.4 Transfer Text files: (TRANSFER/SEND TEXT FILE) NVRAM_CAL_INIT.TXT (only if main board has been replaced)
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2.4 Downloading Operating System (when upgrading software or replacing CPU board) **Note: Hyperterminal queries the Atlas to determine which model number and language to download. Note: If Atlas calibration was satisfactory prior to downloading software then recalibration is not required.

2.5 Downloading NVRAM Text files after replacing Main Board

*Configure HyperTerminal 9600 Baud 8 bits 1 stop bit no parity no flow control

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Section 2 - Service 2.5 Downloading NVRAM Text files when replacing Main Board continued NVRAM_COMMON.TXT NVRAM_NO_PRINTER.TXT or NVRAM_PRINTER.TXT NVRAM_(model 200,210,220).TXT NVRAM_<LANGUAGE>.TXT 2.5.5 After these text files are transferred, Type the following serial commands to update the serial number: nvram set serial___ (last 3 digits of serial#) nvram write hw reset (hardware reset restarts Atlas and saves the new settings) 2.5.6 Verify the serial number correct 2.5.7 Recalibrate Atlas unit. After calibration is complete. 2.5.8 Check alarm settings and User selected advanced Configurations

2.6 Downloading Software & NVRAM Text files after replacing Main Board AND CPU board

2.6 Downloading Software & NVRAM Text files 2.6.1 Use atlas_dl.exe as in step 2.4. to Program new CPU board. 2.6.2 Use HyperTerminal as in step 2.5 to set NVRAM on new Main Board. 2.6.3 Recalibrate Atlas 2.6.4 Check alarm settings and User selected advanced Configurations NOTE: Firmware Download Software versions of OEM boards are not field upgradeable. (SpO2 boards or the CO2 board.) Replace the subsystem board with a higher (current) version if necessary.

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621S0* 621SP* 622S0** 622SP** 622N0** 622NP** 623SP** 623NP**

ECG, Nonin SpO2, NIBP ECG, Nonin SpO2, NIBP, Printer ECG, Nonin SpO2, NIBP, Temp, Respiration, Battery, RS232, Nurse Call ECG, Nonin SpO2, NIBP, Temp, Respiration, Battery, RS232, Printer, Nurse Call ECG, Nellcor SpO2, NIBP, Temp, Respiration, Battery, RS232, Nurse Call ECG, Nellcor SpO2, NIBP, Temp, Respiration, Battery, RS232, Printer, Nurse Call ECG, Nonin SpO2, NIBP, ETCO2, Temp, Respiration, Battery, RS232, Printer, Nurse Call ECG, Nellcor SpO2, NIBP, ETCO2, Temp, Respiration, Battery, RS232, Printer, Nurse Call

SUFFIX: Use letter designation for language localization as follows: E = English, F= French, G= German, I= Italian, S= Spanish, P= Portuguese C = Chinese, J= Japanese

Use number designation for line cord localization as follows: 1 = US, Canada, Japan Version 2 = European Version 4 = United Kingdom Version 6 = Australian Version

Specifications: See Operator Manual


Specifications for all of the above listed models of Atlas including performance, accuracy, range, size, weight, power, environmental, are documented in an appendix to the User Manual. * Model 200 Main Board and Schematic 200 ** Model 220 Main Board and Schematic 220

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1. Review customer complaint and determine if it is safe to plug in and turn on Atlas 2. Plug in Atlas, no sensors attached. 3. Check for AC~ LED lit. 4. Install paper in printer if fitted. 5. Turn on power 6. Green light in power button. 7. Loud beep when button pressed. 8. Three dashes in SYSTOLIC. 9. Three dashes in DIASTOLIC. 10. Two dashes in SpO2 (takes several seconds after BP dashes come on). 11. Three dashes in PULSE (takes several seconds after BP dashes come on). 12. Pleth: none, or a single bar at the bottom, or two bars at the bottom. 13. No lights in TEMP. 14. No lights in ALARMS OFF buttons. 15. X lit on AUTO. 16. AC~ lit 17. CRT display comes on slowly if cold, quickly if still warm from last use. 18. May see version string in center if comes on quickly, not a problem if not seen because it comes on slowly. 19. CRT: three dashes for Heart Rate 20. Heart picture 21. Lead select symbol 22. Scale bar 23. One or two lines of dashes for waveforms depends upon settings. 24. Three dashes for MAP or blank, depends upon settings. 25. Error message(s) at bottom of screen? 26. If 622 or 623, pull AC cable. Should be no change except AC~ unlit. 26.1. If errors of low, very low or depleted battery, or if system dies, plug back in and repeat test in 2 hours.

Note: Idle screen is normal waveform display.

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Plug AC back in. 27. Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> 28. Get Advanced Configuration menu. 29. Write down all settings for resetting to customer preference later. 30. Set language to your native tongue if necessary to allow you to write down the other settings. The top item is always the language, press either <SET> button to step through list. 31. Press <PRINT> if printer fitted. 32. Press <TREND> to return to idle screen. 33. Press <DATE/TIME> 34. Get date/time menu. 35. Verify date/time, set if necessary. 35.1. Bad date may indicate battery problem. If date was bad, turn off unit, pull power cable, wait 5 minutes reconnect power cable, turn on unit. Check date again. 35.1.1. If date comes back bad: Replace main board Model 200. Model 210, 220, if battery not dead replace main board. Press Date/Time to return to waveform screen if needed. 36. Press <DATE/TIME><LEAD SELECT> 37. Get Service Mode menu. 38. Examine version/configuration data in lower half of menu, and write it all down. 39. Press <SELECT> to highlight Reset to factory defaults. 40. Press <BP START/CANCEL> to reset configuration. 41. Press <TREND> to return to idle screen. 42. Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> 43. Get Advanced Configuration menu. 44. Set language to your native tongue if necessary 44.1. We have just reset to factory defaults. Compare settings to factory defaults appropriate for the country in Operator manual. If not matching, indicates memory problems. Changing only the language should not change any of the other factory default settings. 45. Press <DATE/TIME><LEAD SELECT>

MENU TESTS

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46. Get Service Mode menu. 47. Press <Select> to highlight CRT test pattern. 48. Press <BP START/CANCEL> to show test pattern. Examine display. 49. Press any key to end display. 50. Press <Select> to highlight Printer test pattern (if fitted). 51. Press <BP START/CANCEL> to start test pattern. 52. Printer should print test pattern. 53. Press any key to end display. 54. Examine printout. 55. Press <Select> to highlight LED test . 56. Press <AUTO> to turn on all LEDs . 57. Press <BP START/CANCEL> to show automatic test pattern. 58. Watch for a while, look for glitches in pattern. 59. Press <Set> to go to manual mode and step through individual segments if needed to observe a problem. 60. Press <Select> to highlight Button test. 61. Press <BP START/CANCEL> to start test. 62. Press every button on system, <BP START/CANCEL> last. 62.1. Verify that buttons match up with their names, and that all buttons are functional. 62.1.1. If names dont match, indicates memory corruption: Replace main board 63. Press <Select> to highlight Display A/D channels (three or four screens worth) 63.1. Write down all values for later review. 63.2. Press <Set> and write down all values for each screen. 64. Press <Trend> to return to Idle screen.

65. Connect the BP port to the BP simulator. 66. Set the simulator for a normal reading (140/80, 100BPM, NSR). 67. Press <BP START/CANCEL> 67.1. System should start pump, display manometer value in SYSTOLIC LED; this value should track and be very close to pressure
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displayed by manometer in BP simulator (if fitted). Largest number shown in SYSTOLIC should be very close to the Initial pressure setting recorded above from Advanced Configuration.

67.2.

System should step down pressure, showing step values in SYSTOLIC LED, and then display correct SYSTOLIC and DIASTOLIC values. System may show MAP value depending upon country.

68. Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> to get to Advanced Configuration menu. 69. Press <Select> to highlight Initial pressure. 70. Press <Set> to change Initial pressure to 280 mmHg. 71. Press <Select> to highlight MAP. 72. Press <Set> to change MAP to Yes. 73. Press <TREND> to return to idle screen. 74. Press <BP START/CANCEL> 75. System should start pump, display manometer value in SYSTOLIC LED; this value should track and be very close to pressure displayed by manometer in BP simulator (if fitted). Largest number shown in SYSTOLIC should be very close to the Initial pressure setting of 280 mmHg. 75.1. If pressure shown exceeds 300 mmHg: Recalibrate BP 76. System should step down pressure, showing step values in SYSTOLIC LED, and then display correct SYSTOLIC and DIASTOLIC values. System should show MAP value. MAP value should match what is shown by simulator. 77. Set simulator to highest Systolic <=250, lowest Diastolic >= 30, and lowest heart rate >=30. 78. Press <AUTO> 79. X goes unlit, 1 flashes for 10 seconds. 80. 20 seconds after 1 stops flashing, BP measurement starts. 81. BP reading as above. 81.1. If BP does not start: Replace main board 81.2. If BP measurement incorrect recalibrate

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82. No less than 30 seconds after completing the measurement another measurement should start. While it is pumping up, press <BP START/CANCEL>. Measurement stops immediately and pressure is dumped (as seen on manometer on simulator). 82.1. If measurement does not stop immediately: Main board or button. 82.2. If pressure does not drop below 10mmHg immediately: Main board 83. Press <AUTO> and X lights up (not flashing). 84. Disconnect the tubing from the BP port on the Atlas. 85. Press <BP START/CANCEL> and note the time (to the second). 86. The BP should abort with an alarm after no longer than one minute.

87. Cycle power on Atlas, connect a 5 lead cable set to the simulator. 88. Configure the simulator for NSR 100BPM and Impedance Respiration. 89. Plug the cable into Atlas. 90. Press <DATE/TIME> <TREND> to access Advanced Configuration menu. 91. Press <Select> to highlight ECG lead set and press <Set> to select 5 wire. 92. Set ECG gain to Automatic. 93. Set ECG speed to 25mm/s. 94. Set ECG bandwidth to Monitor. 95. Set Second trace selection to ECG. Press <TREND> to return to idle screen Should see: 95.1. ECG cascading onto second line 95.2. Scale bar on left of top line 95.3. Heart rate displayed as set on simulator 95.4. Lead Selected = II 95.5. Pulse tone high pitched Press <LEAD SELECT> and step through each of the lead settings. Should see: 95.6. Different looking ECG waveforms 95.7. Heart Rate will go to dashes and alarms on some leads 96. Set lead selected to II
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ECG
Note: Simulator must support impedance respirator.

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97. Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> to access Advanced Configuration menu. 98. Change Second trace selection to Respiration. 99. Press <TREND> to return to idle screen. 100. Should see: 100.1. ECG on top line 100.2. Scale bar on left of top line 100.3. Heart rate displayed as set on simulator 100.4. Lead Selected = II 100.5. Pulse tone high pitched 100.6. Respiration trace on second line 100.7. Respiration rate displayed as set on simulator. 101. Disconnect ECG simulator

SpO 2

102. 103. 104. 105. 106.

Connect SpO2 cable and cuff and install cuff on simulator (or your finger). Set simulator to normal readings. See pleth signals immediately. See SpO2 percentage within several seconds . See Pulse display at the same time as SpO2 percentage. Disconnect SpO2 cuff from simulator. See error SpO2 cuff not detected. Unplug SpO2 cable from Atlas. See error SpO2 cable not detected. Temp display is blank. Connect temp probe. See temp display of ambient temperature. Disconnect temp probe. Temp display becomes dashes. No alarm or error

107. 108. 109. 110.

Temp

111. 112. 113. 114. 115.

CO 2

116. Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> 117. Get Advanced Configuration menu. 118. Set Second trace selection to CO2. 119. Press <TREND> to return to idle screen. 120. Insert watertrap with tubing attached. 121. Should see: 121.1. Hear pump motor start. 121.2. See solid line waveform on lower trace. 121.3. See dashes in Respiration Rate. 121.4. See dashes in mmHg (or % or kPa, as configured).
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122. Breathe gently and repeatedly over end of tubing 123. Should see: 123.1. See waveform within seconds of breathing 123.2. See respiration rate non zero within one minute. 123.3. See CO2 concentration non zero within one minute. 124. System must have been plugged in for 24 hours for a real battery test to guarantee that battery is fully charged, but for functional test we can try it: Press <DATE/TIME><LEAD SELECT> Get Service Mode menu Press <SELECT> to highlight Battery test The menu reports Battery Low Time XXX and Battery Dead Time YYY These are the results from the last battery test. The Battery Low Time is the time in hours and minutes that the battery ran in the last test until the Low Battery alarm started, and the Battery Dead Time is the time from the beginning of the Low Battery Alarm until the system turned itself off when the battery voltage reached the cutoff level. Write down the Battery Low Time and Battery Dead Time Unplug AC cord to start battery test The timers will begin. Leave the system until it powers down. Plug in AC and turn the system on, enter the Service Mode menu, select Battery Test again, and write down the new values. Compare these to the previous values, and to the minimum specification: Battery Low Time = 1 Hour Battery Dead Time = 10 Minute minimums. Replace the battery if performance falls below specification

BATTERY

125. 126. 127. 128.

Note: 2:08 means 128 minutes which is the default setting indicating a battery test has never been made before.

129. 130. 131.

132.

NOTE: Configuration settings for printing are different for text pages (Advanced Configuration and Trend displays) and for waveforms. 133. Connect ECG simulator to generate a sample waveform.

PRINTER

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Press <PRINT> and look at waveform printout. Look for darkness, thickness of lines, legibility of text, blurring, blooming of text. Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> Get Advanced Configuration menu. Press <PRINT> and look at text printout.

135. 136. 137.

If feeding problems: Mechanical inspection of printer, replace motor, drive platten. 137.2. If waveforms too light or dark: Calibrate 137.3. If text too light or dark in configuration screen, press <Select> until Printer test pattern is highlighted then press <HR Alarms Off> button, then press <Set> to lighten or darken print. 137.4. If incorrect printout, missing elements, miss ing grid, etc: Troubleshoot further Software/firmware 138. Review versions written down earlier and compare to latest available, and also make sure that all components are compatible with each other. See table 2.6 in this document.

137.1.

ALARMS/SOUNDS

Power-on beep 139. Turn off system, and turn on. Should hear loud Power-on beep.

ECG pulse tone, pulse volume control, saving settings, <HR ALARMS Off> button 140. Connect ECG simulator. 141. Should hear: heart rate beep, at constant high pitch 142. Press SpO2 volume button - 8 times. Should get quieter and finally silent. 143. 144. 145. Press <DATE/TIME><PRINT> to Save settings. Turn system off and back on. Pulse tone should be silent even though heart rate is shown. Press SpO2 volume button + 8 times. Should get audible and then louder. Disconnect ECG cable
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147.
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151. 152. 153.

Should hear Technical alarm and see error message. Press <HR ALARMS Off> button. Should stop Technical alarm sound, and erase error message, and light LED in <HR ALARMS OFF> button. Press <HR ALARMS OFF> button again. Should hear Technical alarm sound, see error message, LED unlit in <HR ALARMS Off> button. Turn system off and on.

SpO2 pulse tone 154. Attach SpO2 cable and cuff, and attach to simulator or finger. 155. Should hear heart rate beep, different tone than when ECG was connected. 156. Change SpO2 setting on simulator, or hyperventilating, hold breath, should hear tone pitch change up or down tracking simulator setting. Limit Alarm, alarm volume control, Silence button, Technical Alarm, <SpO2 ALARMS Off> button 157. Press right <Select> button until SpO2 LO is flashing, press right <Set> UP to change SpO2 LO setting to 99. 158. Wait until SpO2 LO stops flashing. 159. Set simulator to SpO2 at 90%. 160. Should hear Limit alarm. 161. 162. Press <Alarm Volume> - eight times. Should get quieter but not silent. Press <Alarm Volume> + eight times. Should get louder. Press <Silence> and start stopwatch. Should be quiet for the time set in Advanced Configuration menu, then alarm comes back on. Disconnect SpO2 cable from Atlas. Should hear technical alarm, see error message SpO2 cable not detected Press <SpO2 ALARMS Off> button. Should stop Technical alarm sound, and erase error message, and light LED in <SpO2 ALARMS OFF> button. Press <SpO2 ALARMS OFF> button again Should hear Technical alarm sound, see error message, LED unlit in <SPO2 ALARMS Off> button. Turn system off and back on.
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163.

164. 165. 166. 167.

168. 169. 170.

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<CO2/RESP ALARMS Off> button 171. Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> 172. Get Advanced Configuration menu 173. Set Second trace selection to CO2 174. Press <TREND> to return to idle screen 175. Insert CO2 watertrap with hose 176. Breath into hose until waveform is displayed 177. Remove CO2 watertrap 178. Should hear Technical alarm and see error message. - CO2 watertrap not detected 179. Press <CO2/RESP ALARMS Off> button. 180. Should stop Technical alarm sound, and erase error message, and light LED in <CO2/RESP ALARMS OFF> button. 181. Press <CO2/RESP ALARMS OFF> button again. 182. Should hear Technical alarm sound, see error message, LED unlit in <CO2/RESP ALARMS Off> button. 183. Turn system off and back on <BP ALARMS Off> button 184. With no hose connected to BP port, press <BP START/CANCEL> button 185. Place finger over BP port, blocking flow, causing BP to detect overpressure and abort 186. Should hear Technical alarm and see error message. - Check blood pressure cuff* 187. Press <BP ALARMS Off> button. 188. Should stop Technical alarm sound, and erase error message, and light LED in <BP ALARMS OFF> button. 189. Press <BP ALARMS OFF> button again. 190. Should hear Technical alarm sound, see error message*, LED unlit in <BP ALARMS Off> button. 191. Turn system off and back on.

Battery tone 192. Disconnect AC power on running system. 193. Connect BP hose to simulator 194. Press <AUTO> to select 1 minute intervals 195. Wait for battery to run down. With fully charged battery, after no less than 50 minutes, should hear single tone, get message that system will shut down in 10 minutes.

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198.

Should hear tone again in two minutes, and again two minutes after that. Five minutes after first message, should start hearing tone every minute, and get message that 5 minutes remain until shutdown. Ten minutes after first message, should hear technical alarm, see a printout of Trend data if there is any unprinted trend data accumulated, (which there is, we have been running BP measurements) and error message that system shutdown is imminent.

All the possible error messages are documented in an appendix to the Operators Manual.

SELF DIAGNOSTIC ERROR MESSAGES

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Complaint Power Will not power up in AC

Cause

Corrective Action

No wall power Wrong wall power voltage/frequency Fuse in power supply Fuse in neutral wire Power supply failure

LEDs Random LSD segments unlit Subsystem LEDs unlit LED intermittent, dim, flickering Buttons Button not functional Button sticking under front bezel Button intermittent or difficult to make contact sounds No sound at all Failed speaker or disconnected Failed main board Software corruption Reload software sound 1 Failed switch Failed subsystem Possible loose display board Failed switch Button 1 Check subsystem Tight display board mounting screws. Button 1 Failed LED Subsystem problem Failed LED LED 1 Check subsystem LED 1 Replace Display board

Battery Insufficient life Printer Feed problems Paper inserted incorrectly Door not latched Failed printer Software adjustment needed Software adjustment needed Failed printer Printer cable Paper inserted backwards Wrong kind of paper Failed printer Printer 1 Failing battery Battery 1

Waveform print quality Text print quality Not functional Feeding but not printing

Printer 1 Printer 1 Printer 1 Printer 1

CRT CRT is blank CRT cables Failed CRT Failed Deflection board Failed Main Board CRT 1 Reinstall software

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Complaint ECG ECG waveform not displayed (dashed lines)

Cause

Corrective Action

Patient electrodes Lead wires Cable ECG cable connection Failed main board

ECG 1

ECG waveform not properly scaled

Possible patient physiology problem ECG gain set to 10mm/mV in Advanced Configuration

Check gain setting Reinstall software ECG 1 Change Advanced Configuration setting to: Second trace source = ECG; ECG gain = automatic ECG 1

ECG waveform not cascading

Incorrect Advanced Cofiguration setting Patient electrodes Lead wires Cable ECG cable connection Failed main board Possible patient physiology problem Patient with Pacemaker? Possible patient physiology problem Patient with Pacemaker?

Heart rate not detected

Heart rate disagrees with Pulse rate

Repeat on another patient ECG 1 SPO2 1 Compare manual palpation Reinstall software

Heart rate disagrees with manual palpation

Possible patient physiology problem

Does patient have abnormal ECG? Repeat on another patient ECG 1

SPO 2 Sp02 displays not active Incorrect brand sensor Failes Sp02 board Failes Sp02 sensor Possible patient physiology problem SPO2 1

Sp0 2 displays inaccurate Impedance Respiration IR waveform not displayed (dashes)

Sp02 1

Possible patient physiology problem Poor signal LA/RA placement

ECG 1 Use modified electrode placement on chest walls

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Complaint BP BP measurements inaccurate

Cause

Corrective Action

Incorrect cuff size Incorrect cuff placement Possible patient physiology problem Calibration needed Pressure leak

Try different cuff - refer to Operator Manual for sizing information and proper cuff placement. Calibrate BP1 BP1 BP1, Button 1 BP1, Calibrate BP1, Calibrate

BP not working Auto not working Cuff pressure too high Cuff Pressure too low Cannot take reading in time Incorrect cuff size Incorrect cuff placement Patient movement Possible patient physiology problem Calibration needed Pressure leak Calibration needed Initial pressure set too low for patient physiology Software problem Valve problem Software problem Valve problem Hardware sensor problem

Try different cuff - refer to Operator Manual for sizing information and proper cuff placement.

Calibrate BP1 Calibrate BP1 BP1 Reload Software Replace main board BP1 Reload Software Replace main board

Cannot achieve target pressure

Hold pressure too long

Dumps pressure while inflating

TEMP Readings inaccurate Incorrect probe placement Possible patient physiology problem Poor physical contact with patient Excess aiflow, sunlight on probe Failed probe Language set wrong See Probe insert material Use gel, adhesive tape to improve contact Protect probe from light, airflow Temp 1 Top entry is always language. Step through choices with <SET> button while top item is hightlighted

Cannot read -wrong language

Nurse Call Does not work Intermittent signal Brief signals Relay failure Cable Cable connection Battery tone errors Battery warnings will signal Nurse Call for only a second , every minute or two Connect Ohmmeter across pins 1 and 8. Expect infinity. Force an alarm state and expect 0 Ohms. Connect AC

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Section 3 - Troubleshooting Remove all instrument cables and hoses Install printer paper if printer is fitted Review customer complaint and determine if it is safe to plug in and turn on Atlas If not safe to power up: smoke/flames/smell reported? Goto Power 1 Check power available light Goto Power 2 Check power-up state Goto Power 3 Set language and Preserve customer settings Goto Test Setup 1 Check date/time Goto Test Setup 2 Reset to factory defaults Goto Test Setup 3 Check software/firmware Goto Test Setup 4 Check CRT Alignment Test Goto CRT 1 Check Button Test Goto Button 1 Check Display A/D Channels Goto A/D 1 Check LED test Goto LED 1 Check Printer alignment test Goto Printer 1 Check Printer function Goto Printer 2 3.3 TOP LEVEL TROUBLESHOOTING INDEX

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Check Battery Goto Battery 1 Check Alarms/Sounds Goto Sound 1 Check BP Goto BP 1 Check ECG Goto ECG 1 Check SPO2 Goto SPO2 1 Check Temp Goto Temp 1 Check CO2 Goto CO2 1

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3.4
Disassemble and inspect power supply, wires Check fuse in power supply Check fuse in neutral wire to power supply Test power supply on bench Check fuse in battery cable

Diagnostic Tests

Power 1

If AC~ not lit, check power cord continuity, outlet power available Check connection at appliance inlet Goto Power 1

Power 2

Turn on power Green light in power button If not lit, goto LED 1 Loud beep when button pressed If not heard, goto Sound 1 Fan running (622xx and 623xx) If not running, goto Fan 1 Three dashes in SYSTOLIC Three dashes in DIASTOLIC If not seen, goto LED 1 If passed, goto BP 1 Two dashes in SPO2 (takes several seconds after BP dashes come on) Three dashes in PULSE (takes several seconds after BP dashes come on) Pleth: none, or a single bar at the bottom, or two bars at the bottom If not seen, goto LED1 If passed, goto SPO2 1 No lights in TEMP (622xx and 623xx) If any are lit, goto Bad Boot 1 No lights in ALARMS OFF buttons If any are lit, goto Bad Boot 1

Power 3

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X lit on AUTO If not lit, or a number lit, goto Bad Boot 1 AC~ lit If not lit, goto LED 1 CRT display comes on slowly if cold, quickly if still warm from last use. May see version string in center if comes on quickly, not a problem if not seen because it comes on slowly CRT: three dashes for Heart Rate Heart picture Lead select symbol Scale bar One or two lines of dashes for waveforms depends upon settings Three dashes for MAP or blank, depends upon settings. If not seen goto CRT 2 Error message(s) at bottom of screen? If message, review cause in User Guide If 622xx or 623xx, pull AC cable. Should be no change except AC~ unlit. If system dies immediately, check fuse on battery cable If fuse is OK, either charge battery for 2+ hours or goto Battery 1 If errors of low, very low or depleted battery, plug back in and repeat test in 2 hours

Test Setup 1

Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> Get Advanced Configuration menu Set language to your native tongue if necessary to allow you to write down the other settings. The top item is always the language, press either <SET> button to step through list. Write down all settings for resetting to customer preference later Press <PRINT> if printer fitted If printer problems, goto Printer 1 Press <TREND> to return to idle screen

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3.4
Press <DATE/TIME> Get date/time menu Verify date/time, set if necessary. If date was significantly wrong, goto Date 1 Press <TREND> to return to idle screen

Diagnostic Tests

Test Setup 2

Press <DATE/TIME><LEAD SELECT> Get Service Mode menu Examine version/configuration data in lower half of menu, and write it all down Press <SELECT> to highlight Reset to factory defaults Press <BP START/CANCEL> to reset configuration Press <TREND> to return to idle screen Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> Get Advanced Configuration menu Set language to your native tongue if necessary We have just reset to factory defaults. Compare settings to factory defaults appropriate for the country in Operator manual if not here too. If not matching, goto NVRAM 1 Press <TREND> to return to idle screen

Test Setup 3

Compare version numbers from Test Setup 3 to table in Service Guide

Test Setup 4

Press <DATE/TIME><LEAD SELECT> Get Service Mode menu Press <SELECT> to highlight CRT Test pattern Note screen alignment If misaligned, mechanical adjustment required on disassembled unit Press <TREND> to return to idle screen If no display at all on CRT: Check connections: CRT to Yoke cable CRT to Anode cable CRT to Deflection board Deflection board to Main board cable Replace CRT Replace Deflection board Replace Main board
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If distorted display on CRT: Check connections: CRT to Yoke cable CRT to Anode cable CRT to Deflection board Deflection board to Main board cable Replace Deflection board Replace CRT If good display but some items are distorted or missing from CRT display: If ECG waveform, heart rate, lead selected, heart symbol missing: Replace Main board

Button 1

Press <DATE/TIME><LEAD SELECT> Get Service Mode menu Press <Select> to highlight Button test Press <BP START/CANCEL> to start test Press every button on system, <BP START/CANCEL> last Verify that buttons match up with their names, and that all buttons are functional. If a button does not report its name, goto Button 2 If a button reports the WRONG name, goto NVRAM 1 Press <Trend> to return to Idle screen

Button 2

If a single button does not report its name: Replace Display board If multiple or all buttons do not report their names: Check Display board to main board cable Replace Display board Re-install software Replace CPU board Replace Main board

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3.4
Press <DATE/TIME><LEAD SELECT> Get Service Mode menu Press <Select> to highlight Display A/D channels (three or four screens worth) Write down all values for later review Need to provide tables of reasonable values, troubleshooting pointers Press <Set> and write down all values for each screen If data missing, corrupt or questionable, goto NVRAM 1 or Replace Display Board? Press <Trend> to return to Idle screen

Diagnostic Tests

A/D 1

LED 1
Press <DATE/TIME><LEAD SELECT> Get Service Mode menu Press <Select> to highlight LED test Press <AUTO> to turn on all LEDs Press <BP START/CANCEL> to show automatic test pattern Watch for a while, look for glitches in pattern Press <Set> to go to manual mode and step through individual segments if needed to observe a problem If any failed LEDs, multiple segments lighting at once, or other problems: Replace Display Board Press <Trend> to return to Idle screen

Press <DATE/TIME><LEAD SELECT> Get Service Mode menu Press <Select> to highlight Printer test pattern (if fitted) Press <BP START/CANCEL> to start test pattern Printer should print test pattern Press any key to end printing Examine printout If too dark/too light Goto Printer Settings 1 and Printer Settings 2 If alignment errors: Adjust printer mechanism If feeding problems: Adjust printer mechanism, replace feed roller If missing sections/rows of printout: Replace Printer Hardware If darkness not consistent across page: Replace Printer Hardware

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NOTE: Configuration settings for printing are different for text pages (Advanced Configuration and Trend displays) and for waveforms. Connect ECG simulator to generate a sample waveform Press <PRINT> and look at waveform printout. Look for darkness, thickness of lines, legibility of text, blurring, blooming of text Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> Get Advanced Configuration menu Press <PRINT> and look at text printout. If waveforms too light or dark: goto Printer Settings 1: If text too light or dark: goto Printer Settings 2 If alignment errors: Adjust printer mechanism If feeding problems: Adjust printer mechanism, replace feed roller If incorrect printout, missing elements, missing grid, etc

Printer 2

Printer Settings 1

Connect serial cable between Atlas and PC Start HyperTerminal on PC At Pangea> prompt, type: Pangea> nvram get printer_strobe_width_normal<ENTER> Write down this value If problem is that WAVEFORM printout is too light, increase this number. If the WAVEFORM printout is too dark, decrease this number. Range is 0-256. Set new value with: Pangea> nvram set printer_strobe_width_normal XXX<ENTER> Pangea> nvram write<ENTER> Where XXX is the new value. Repeat the test that showed the problem. Repeat this test-and-set process until ideal value is achieved Disconnect serial cable

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Connect serial cable between Atlas and PC Start HyperTerminal on PC At Pangea> prompt, type: Pangea> nvram get printer_strobe_width_text<ENTER> Write down this value If problem is that TEXT printout is too light, increase this number. If the TEXT printout is too dark, decrease this number. Range is 0-256. Set new value with: Pangea> nvram set printer_strobe_width_text XXX<ENTER> Pangea> nvram write<ENTER> Where XXX is the new value. Repeat the test that showed the problem. Repeat this test-and-set process until ideal value is achieved Disconnect serial cable

Diagnostic Tests

Printer Settings 2

A bad date may indicate a battery problem. If date was bad, turn off unit, pull power cable, reconnect power cable, turn on unit. Check date again. If date comes back bad: Model 621xx: test/replace lithium on-board battery Model 622xx/623xx: charge/test battery If battery OK/Charged/Replaced repeat Test Setup 2 If still not maintaining date goto NVRAM 2

Date 1

Failure to correctly reset factory defaults indicates memory problems. Changing only the language should not change any of the other factory default settings. Reinstall software and repeat test. If still failing Replace CPU board

NVRAM 1

Date comes back wrong and battery already tested good Reinstall software and repeat test If still failing Replace CPU board Save Settings does not work Reinstall software and repeat test If still failing Replace CPU board
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System must have been plugged in for 24 hours for a real battery test to guarantee that battery is fully charged. Press <BP Start/Cancel> to start a BP measurement; press <BP Start/Cancel> again after three seconds to abort the measurement this puts an entry into the Trend list. Press <DATE/TIME><LEAD SELECT> Get Service Mode menu Press <SELECT> to highlight Battery test The menu reports: Battery Low Time XXX and Battery Dead Time YYY These are the results from the last battery test. The Battery Low Time is the time in hours and minutes that the battery ran in the last test until the Low Battery alarm started, and the Battery Dead Time is the time from the beginning of the Low Battery Alarm until the system turned itself off when the battery voltage reached the cutoff level. Write down the Battery Low Time and Battery Dead Time. Note that the value 2:08 is the default (128 minutes) and indicates that no test has been run before. Unplug AC cord to start battery test. The timers will begin. Leave the system until it powers down. One minute before power down, the system should print a Trend printout (if equipped with printer) If Trend printout does not occur: When system powers off, plug in AC and turn the system on. Press <DATE/TIME><LEAD SELECT> Get Service Mode menu Press <SELECT> to highlight Battery test The menu reports: Low Time XXX and Dead Time YYY write down the new values. Compare these to the previous values, and to the minimum specification: Low Time >= 60 minutes; Dead Time >= 10 minutes If either number is below specification, replace the battery

Sound 1

Power-on beep Turn off system, and turn on. Should hear loud Power-on beep. If beep not heard: Continue with this test. If no other sounds are heard, Replace Speaker Hardware.
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ECG pulse tone, pulse volume control, saving settings, <HR ALARMS Off> button Connect ECG simulator with a normal ECG setting. Should hear: heart rate beep, at constant high pitch. If heart rate beep not heard, press SPO2 volume button + three times If heart rate beep still not heard: If power-on beep was heard, isolate to CPU/main board. Could also be display board with a bad button. Press SPO2 volume button - 8 times. Should get quieter and finally silent. If heart rate beep does not change volume: Replace Display Board Press <DATE/TIME><PRINT> or <DATE/TIME> <FREEZE> to Save settings. Turn system off and back on. Heart rate beep should be silent even though heart rate is displayed. If heart rate beep is not silent on power up: goto NVRAM3 Press SPO2 volume button + 8 times. Pulse tone should get audible and then louder. If heart rate beep does not change volume: Replace Display Board hardware Disconnect ECG cable Should hear Technical alarm and see error message. If alarm not heard: Press <HR ALARMS Off> button. Should stop Technical alarm sound, erase error message, and light LED in <HR ALARMS OFF> button. If alarm not silenced: If error message not erased If LED not lit: Press <HR ALARMS OFF> button again. Should hear Technical alarm sound, see error message, LED unlit in <HR ALARMS Off> button. If alarm not heard: If error message not displayed
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If LED not unlit: Turn system off and on to clear state. SPO2 pulse tone Attach SPO2 cable and cuff, and attach to simulator. Set simulator to normal heart and SPO2 settings. Should hear heart rate beep, different tone than when ECG was connected. If heart rate beep not heard: Change SPO2 setting on simulator, should hear tone pitch change up or down tracking simulator setting. If pitch does not change with simulator SPO2 percentage changes:

Limit Alarm, alarm volume control, Silence button, Technical Alarm, <SPO2 ALARMS Off> button Press right <Select> button until SPO2 LO is flashing, press right <Set> UP to change SPO2 LO setting to 99. Wait until SPO2 LO stops flashing (10 seconds). Set simulator SPO2 at 90%. Should hear Limit alarm. If alarm not heard: Press <Alarm Volume> - eight times. Should get quieter but not silent. If alarm volume does not change: Replace Display Board hardware. If alarm volume goes all the way to silent: Replace display board. Press <Alarm Volume> + eight times. Should get louder. If alarm volume does not change: Replace Display Board hardware Press <Silence> and start stopwatch. Should be quiet for the time set in Advanced Configuration menu, then alarm comes back on. If alarm not silenced for set period: Disconnect SPO2 cable from Atlas. Should hear technical alarm, see error message. If alarm not heard: If message not shown: Press <SPO2 ALARMS Off> button. Should stop Technical alarm sound, and erase error mes26 WELCH ALLYN ATLAS MONITOR SERVICE MANUAL 6200-43E REV. A

Section 3 - Troubleshooting sage, and light LED in <SPO2 ALARMS OFF> button If alarm not silenced: If error message not erased If LED not lit: Replace Display Board hardware Press <SPO2 ALARMS OFF> button again Should hear Technical alarm sound, see error message, LED unlit in <SPO2 ALARMS Off> button Turn system off and back on to clear state.

3.4

Diagnostic Tests

<CO2/RESP ALARMS Off> button Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> Get Advanced Configuration menu. Set Second trace selection to CO2. Press <TREND> to return to idle screen. Insert CO2 watertrap with hose. Breath into hose until waveform is displayed. If waveform not displayed after 30 seconds goto CO2 1 Remove CO2 watertrap. Should hear Technical alarm and see error message.

Press <CO2/RESP ALARMS Off> button. Should stop Technical alarm sound, and erase error message, and light LED in <CO2/RESP ALARMS OFF> button If alarm not silenced: If error message not erased If LED not lit: Replace Display Board hardware

Press <CO2/RESP ALARMS OFF> button again. Should hear Technical alarm sound, see error message, LED unlit in <CO2/RESP ALARMS Off> button. Turn system off and back on to clear state.

<BP ALARMS Off> button

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With no hose connected to BP port, press <BP START/ CANCEL> button. Place finger over BP port, blocking flow, causing BP to detect overpressure and abort. Should hear Technical alarm and see error message. If alarm not heard: If error message not displayed Press <BP ALARMS Off> button. Should stop Technical alarm sound, and erase error message, and light LED in <BP ALARMS OFF> button If alarm not silenced: If error message not erased If LED not lit: Replace Display Board hardware Press <BP ALARMS OFF> button again Should hear Technical alarm sound, see error message, LED unlit in <BP ALARMS Off> button If alarm not heard: If error message not displayed If LED not unlit: Replace Display Board hardware Turn system off and back on to clear state. Battery tone System must have been plugged into AC for at least 2 hours. Disconnect AC power on running system. Connect BP hose to simulator. Press <AUTO> to select 1 minute intervals. Wait for battery to run down. With fully charged battery, after no less than 50 minutes, should hear single tone, get message that system will shut down in 10 minutes. If alarm tone not heard: If message not shown: Should hear tone again in two minutes, and again two minutes after that. If alarm tone not heard at two minute intervals: Five minutes after first message, should start hearing tone every minute, and get message that 5 minutes remain until shutdown. If alarm tone not heard at one minute intervals: If message not shown:

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Section 3 - Troubleshooting Ten minutes after first message, should hear technical alarm, see a printout of Trend data if there is any unprinted trend data accumulated, (which there is, we have been running BP measurements) and error message that system shutdown is imminent. If alarm not heard: If message not shown: If Trend not printed: Plug system back into AC.

3.4

Diagnostic Tests

Connect the BP port to the BP simulator. Set the simulator for a normal reading (140/80, 100BPM, NSR). Press <BP START/CANCEL> System should start pump, display manometer value in SYSTOLIC LED; this value should track and be very close to pressure displayed by manometer in BP simulator (if fitted). Largest number shown in SYSTOLIC should be very close to the Initial pressure setting recorded earlier from Advanced Configuration in step Test Setup 1. System should step down pressure, showing step values in SYSTOLIC LED, and then display correct SYSTOLIC and DIASTOLIC values. System may show MAP value depending upon country and Advanced Configuration setting. If in-process display is wrong calibrate or blank: replace main board If final Systolic / Diastolic / MAP display is incorrect: Calibrate BP Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> to get to Advanced Configuration menu Press <Select> to highlight Initial pressure Press <Set> to change Initial pressure to 280 mmHg Press <Select> to highlight MAP Press <Set> to change MAP to Yes Press <TREND> to return to idle screen. Press <BP START/CANCEL> System should start pump, display manometer value in SYSTOLIC LED; this value should track and be very close to pressure displayed by manometer in BP simulator (if fitted).

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Largest number shown in SYSTOLIC should be very close to the Initial pressure setting of 280 mmHg. If pressure shown exceeds 300 mmHg: Replace Main Board hardware System should step down pressure, showing step values in SYSTOLIC LED, and then display correct SYSTOLIC and DIASTOLIC values. System should show MAP value. MAP value should match what is shown by simulator. If in-process display is wrong or blank: If final Systolic / Diastolic / MAP display is incorrect: Calibrate BP Set simulator to highest Systolic <=250, lowest Diastolic >= 30, and lowest heart rate >=30 Press <AUTO> X goes unlit, 1 flashes for 10 seconds 20 seconds after 1 stops flashing, BP measurement starts BP reading as above. If BP does not start: Replace Main Board hardware If BP measurement incorrect: Calibrate BP No less than 30 seconds after completing the measurement another measurement should start. If measurement does not start automatically: Replace Main Board hardware While it is pumping up, press <BP START/CANCEL>. Measurement stops immediately and pressure is dumped (as seen on manometer on simulator). If measurement does not stop immediately: Replace Main Board hardware or Display Board hardware (if button is the problem) If pressure does not drop below 10mmHg immediately: Replace Main Board hardware, BP Valve Press <AUTO> and X lights up (not flashing) Disconnect the tubing from the BP port on the Atlas. Press <BP START/CANCEL> and note the time (to the second) The BP should abort with an alarm after no longer than one minute?

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Section 3 - Troubleshooting Connect a 5 lead cable set to the simulator and to Atlas. Configure the simulator for NSR 100BPM and Impedance Respiration, Plug the cable into Atlas. Press <DATE/TIME> <TREND> Get Advanced Configuration menu. Press <Select> to highlight ECG lead set Press <Set> to: Set ECG lead set to 5 wire Set ECG gain to Automatic Set ECG speed to 25mm/s Set ECG bandwidth to Monitor Set Second trace selection to ECG Press <TREND> to return to idle screen Should see: ECG cascading onto second line Scale bar on left of top line Heart rate displayed as set on simulator Lead Selected = II Heart rate tone high pitched If ECG waveform not seen If ECG waveform not cascading In Scale Bar not on top line If Heart Rate not displayed (or displayed incorrectly) If Lead Selected not shown If Heart rate tone not heard Re-install software Replace CPU board Replace Main board Press <LEAD SELECT> and step through each of the lead settings Should see: Different looking ECG waveforms Heart Rate will go to dashes and alarms on some leads Set lead selected to II Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> Get Advanced Configuration menu. Press <Select> to change Second trace selection to Respiration Press <TREND> to return to idle screen Should see: ECG on top line Scale bar on left of top line Heart rate displayed as set on simulator
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3.4 Diagnostic Tests

Lead Selected = II Pulse tone high pitched Respiration waveform on second line Respiration Rate displayed as set on simulator If ECG waveform not seen If ECG waveform not cascading In Scale Bar not on top line If Heart Rate not displayed (or displayed incorrectly) If Lead Selected not shown If Heart rate tone not heard If Respiration waveform not shown If Respiration Rate not displayed correctly Re-install software Replace CPU board Replace Main board Disconnect ECG simulator Turn system off and back on to clear state.

SpO2 1
Note: The Nellcor or Nonin should be accurate* to the simulators. *2% or 3bpm for any inrange settings on the simulators.

Connect SpO2 cable and cuff and install cuff on simulator (or your finger). Set simulator to normal readings. See pleth signals immediately If Pleth signals not seen within 10 seconds: goto SpO2 2 See SpO2 percentage within several seconds If SpO2 percentage not seen within 1 minute: goto SpO2 2 See Pulse display at the same time as SpO2 percentage If Pulse display not seen at same time as SpO2 percentage: goto SpO2 2 Disconnect SpO2 cuff from simulator Technical alarm sounds See error SpO2 cuff not detected If alarm not heard: goto Sound 1 If error not seen: Reconnect SpO2 cuff to simulator Technical alarm stops Error message erased Unplug SpO2 cable from Atlas Technical alarm sounds See error SpO2 cable missing

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Section 3 - Troubleshooting If alarm not heard: goto Sound 1 If error not seen: Re-install software Turn system off and back on to clear state. Verify that proper SpO2 cuff is being used: Nonin or Nellcor Replace cuff. Check cable connections between SpO2 board and Main board Replace SpO2 cuff socket Replace SpO2 board Press <DATE/TIME><TREND> Get Advanced Configuration menu Set Second trace selection to CO2 Press <TREND> to return to idle screen Insert watertrap with tubing attached Should see: Hear pump motor start See dashed line waveform on lower trace See dashes in Respiration Rate See 0 in mmHg (or % or kPa, as configured) If pump motor does not start: goto CO2 If dashed waveform does not start: Perform CO2 calibration If Respiration Rate does not display dashes: Per form CO2 calibration If CO2 concentration is not 0: Perform CO2 calibra tion Breathe gently and repeatedly over end of tubing Should see: See waveform within seconds of breathing See respiration rate non zero within one minute See CO2 concentration non zero within one minute If waveform does not track breathing: Perform CO2 calibration If respiration rate does not show reasonable value: Perform CO2 calibration If CO2 concentration does not show reasonable value: Perform CO2 calibration If CO2 calibration did not solve problem, replace CO2 board Remove watertrap from Atlas Turn system off and back on to clear state. Press <DATE/TIME><TREND>
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SpO2 2

CO2 1

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3.4 Diagnostic Tests CO2 2

Get Advanced Configuration menu Set Second trace selection to CO2 Press <TREND> to return to idle screen Remove and reinsert watertrap in socket. Make sure that it seats fully. If pump does not start: Insert finger in socket and attempt to press microswitch If pump does not start: Check connections between CO2 board and Main board Check connections between CO2 receiver and CO2 board Replace CO2 receiver Replace CO2 board Temp display is blank Connect temp probe See temp display of ambient temperature If display is not close to ambient temperature: Calibrate Temp if out of spec, replace probe, repeat. If still out of spec, replace main board. Disconnect temp probe Temp display becomes dashes If temp display does not become dashes: Replace main board

TEMP1

Bad Boot 1

Turn power off and back on and see if anomaly returns Re-install software Repeat test If problem remains: Replace CPU board

Fan 1

Models 622xx and 623xx: If fan does not start when power turned on: Check Fan to Main board cable Replace Fan Replace Main board

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic This section is a guide for disassembly and reassembly of the Atlas Monitor. Always refer to current revision schematics, diagrams and final safety test procedures before attempting to service this device. Do not attempt to service this instrument unless you have received Service Training from Welch Allyn or an authorized agent, and are equipped with approved processes and test equipment. For more information about this call the Welch Allyn Customer Service phone number listed in Section 1 of this manual. General: The outside housing is removed to provide full access to all internal printed circuit boards and other components. Most of these are held in position with the surrounding E-Pac foam. E-Pac provides shock absorbtion, ventillation channels, and spaces for the components and boards. Pneumatic tubing and cables must be placed correctly in E-Pac to avoid problems with pinched tubing. Problems During Service: A Technical Support phone number is listed in Section 1 of this manual to answer questions you may have during the servicing of the Atlas Monitor. Printer: Print-head, printer motor, and printer roller can be replaced as necessary. Printed Circuit Boards: There are no component level repairs for the Printed Circuit boards. These are replaced if found to be defective. During the warranty period, boards that are found to be defective should be returned to Welch Allyn. CRT: The CRT and CRT Deflection Board are aligned at the factory and as such are replaced as a matched set if one or the other should fail in service. Abstract of Disassembly and Reassembly :

About Section 4

EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN SERVICING THE ATLAS MONITOR! THE CRT ASSEMBLY AND CRT DEFLECTION BOARD OPERATE ON APPROXIMATELY 8,000 VOLTS.

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Unplug Monitor from Mains before disassembly! EXERCISE EXTREME


CAUTION WHEN SERVICING THE ATLAS MONITOR! THE CRT ASSEMBLY AND CRT DEFLECTION BOARD OPERATE ON APPROXIMATELY 8,000 VOLTS.

Model 200

ESD: Circuit boards are sensitive


to static electricity. Use wrist strap, ESD mats and ESD storage bags.

4.1

MODEL 200 Dissassembly.

4.1.1 Open the paper door and remove the paper roll. Close paper door. Place Monitor on a foam pad to protect the front of the unit and the pressure fitting on the front of the unit. 4.1.2 Remove 4 Torx Machine screws with Torx - 10 screw driver.

4.1.3 Open the rear housing and disconnect 2 ground wires from ground lug as well as printer cable.. Caution: Do not pull display cable.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.1.4 Unplug the printer cable from jack J7 of the Main PCB.

4.1.5 Remove Pump section.

4.1.6 Unplug Display Board Cable from jack J8 of the Main PCB. Note: Make sure this end of the cable is installed in J8 during reassembly so that cable folds will be correct.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.1.7 Remove E-Pac from over the CRT.

4.1.8 Unplug CPU/PCB from Main PCB PCA connector J4.

4.1.9 Unplug CRT socket board.

Do not bend pins.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.1.10 Protect CRT pins with cap T-XXXXX

4.1.11 Unplug Yoke cables from connector J2 of CRT Deflection Board.

4.1.12 Unplug CRT Deflection Board from Main PCB with connector tool T-16654

Do not bend pins.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.1.13 Unplug 4 connectors from side of Main PCB.

4.1.14 Remove Power Supply assembly.

4.1.15 Remove alarm speaker.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.1.16 Remove Main PCB from E-Pac and disconnect tubing and connectors.

4.1.17 Disconnect SpO2 board and remove it from E-Pac.

4.1.18 Remove main E-Pac section.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.1.19 Disconnect tubing from fitting.

4.1.20 Remove SpO2 connector from front panel.

4.1.21Remove CRT ground wire. Do not remove screw and washer.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.1.22 Remove opposite CRT ` mounting screw and remove CRT.

4.1.23 Remove Keypad circuit board.

4.1.24 Remove Display PCB.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.1.25 Remove soft keys from Bezel.

4.1.26 Unscrew Alarm Silence Button holding screw to remove Silence button.

4.1.27 Remove printer by depressing tab.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.1.28 Slide printer out of rear housing.

4.1.29 Unplug motor connector.

For reassembly, place connector on motor so orange wire is near mounting screw.

4.1.30 To remove printhead, disconnect cable from printer PCB. Lift spring and remove printhead from printer frame.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.1.31Remove backing plate.

4.1.32 Remove connector.

Flex circuit is delicate. Therefore, do not pull on connector.. Use small screwdriver to pry connector apart.

4.1.33 For reassembly of printhead, use long nose pliers to attach cable to eliminate stress on flex circuit of printhead.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.1.34 Slide Power Supply cases apart.

4.1.35 Location of Power Supply fuse.

4.2

MODEL 200 Re-assembly.

4.2.1 Reassemble in reverse order of disassembly with special attention to paths for cables and tubing. Two types of screws are used. Display PCB is fastened with self tap.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.2.2 Detail of Pump/Valve/CheckValve subassembly for reassembly.

4.2.3 Printer chassis rests on lip at back of case.

4.2.4 The IEC connector must be centered in the hole before 4 screws can be installed.

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Section 4 - Disassembly and Repair, Domestic 4.2.5 Plug MCU/PCB in like this.

4.3

Other models dissassembly/ reassembly.

Due to the similarities between the ATLAS models, only key points are shown. Refer to the latest revision interconnect drawing, schematics, and layouts when servicing this product.

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Appendix A

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Theory of Operation Model 622/623


1 DC/DC Power Supply 1.1 Overview: 1.2 On/Off Circuits 1.2.1 Backup Regulator and Micro-Controller 1.2.2 18V boost converter and FET ON/OFF switch 1.3 +12V Boost Converter 1.4 Battery Charger: 1.5 Linear Regulators 5VDC and 3.3VDC 1.5.1 5V regulator 1.5.2 3.3V Regulator 2 Patient Isolated Circuits 2.1 Isolated Power 2.2 A/D Circuits 2.2.1 PWM A/D 2.2.2 A/D Multiplexer 2.3 Serial Communication 2.4 Signal Isolation 2.5 ECG Circuits 2.5.1 Overview 2.5.2 Defib Protect, RFI Filtering 2.5.3 Front End Buffer - 1st Gain Stage 2.5.4 Wilson Network - Lead Select Mux 2.5.5 Differential Amplifier and Slew rate limit 2.5.6 Right Leg Drive Amplifier 2.5.7 High Pass and Gain Stage 2.6 Temperature Amplifier 2.7 Impedance Respiration 2.7.1 Overview 2.7.2 Signal Source Current Drive 2.7.3 Differential Amplifier and Peak Detector 2.7.4 Gain and Filtering 2.8 SpO2 Circuits 3 Non-Isolated circuits - A/D and Mux 3.1 A/D grounded circuits 3.2 A/D Mux grounded circuits 4 NIBP Circuits 4.1 Overview - Safety: 4.2 Primary Transducer - Amplifier: 4.3 Safety Transducer - Amplifier 4.3.1 Current Source: 4.3.2 Differential Amplifier and Offset Centering: 4.4 Hardware Overpressure: 4.5 Pump and Relay Drive: 5 CRT Deflection Board 5.1 Overview: 5.2 Vertical Amplifier: 5.2.1 Ramp Generator: 5.2.2 Vertical Amplifier: 5.2.3 Zero Adjust: 5.3 Horizontal Amplifier: 5.3.1 Horizontal Gain: 5.3.2 Grid Voltages: 5.4 Video Amplifier:

Appendix A 6 Recorder Electronics 6.1 Overview: 6.2 Power Supply 24 Switcher 6.3 Motor Driver: 6.4 Temperature Amplifier:

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1 1.1

DC/DC Power Supply


Overview:

Atlas Model 622 and 623 can be powered either from AC or battery. A 50W, medical grade, offline switcher provides 12VDC from a universal AC input (85VAC to 264VAC 50/60Hz). The battery is a rechargeable 6-Volt, 6.5 Amp-Hour, Sealed Lead Acid Battery, and will provide about 1.5 hours on a fully charged battery (Battery Life depends on usage, especially printer usage, NIBP cycles, and CO2 operation). The unit will operate from AC when the unit is plugged in, and switches to battery operation when AC is removed. The battery is automatically charged whenever AC is connected. The following supplies are generated on the Atlas Main Board: +12V DC Input: Output of AC/DC supply or Battery. Supply for CRT and miscellaneous analog circuits. +5V DC Input: Output of Battery Charger or Battery. Supply for front panel LEDs. +3.3V DC Input: +5V DC Supply for CPU board. Backup Regulator: Input Output of AC/DC supply or Battery. 3.3V supply, for real time clock and On/Off circuits. Battery Charger: Input: Output of AC/DC supply Charge SLA battery.
DC/DC Circuits Block Diagram

Q303

+12VDC Regulator AC/DC Converter

+12V

AC+12V

Backup Regulator

On/Off Control Circuits

On/Off

Battery
Q311

AC Not Present

+5VDC Regulator
D310

+5V

Battery Charger

+3.3VDC Regulator
AC Present

+3.3V

1.2

On/Off Circuits

1.2.1 Backup Regulator and Micro-Controller


A 3.3V low backup regulator, U307, provides power to the On/Off circuits and provides power to the real time clock on the CPU board. The On/Off circuitry is controlled by the mirocontroller U10. This

Appendix A controller performs the following functions:

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1. Monitors the status of the front panel ON-OFF key. If the unit is off and the ON-OFF key is pressed, the controller will drive U10-6 high, which will enable power to the remainder of the instrument. 2. At power up, the microcontroller will drive the beeper for about 1 second. 3. At power up, the microcontroller will reset Shift Register U2. This will cause the following: The front panel LED's are blanked. The NIBP pump drive is placed in the off state. 4. When the unit is powered on the microcontroller will communicate with the system CPU. When the front panel ON-OFF key is pressed, the CPU will store away present operating conditions, then issues a command to the microcontroller to shut instrument power off. U10-6 is driven low which will remove power from the remainder of the instrument.

1.2.2 18V boost converter and FET ON/OFF switch


The PWM controller, U301, is configured as an 18V boost-converter. An N-Channel MOSFET transistor, Q303, is used to switch power to the 12V regulator. As Q303 is configured as a high side switch, it is necessary to develop a gate voltage of proper magnitude to turn Q303 on. Then, to enable power to the 12V regulator, the following takes place: 1. The microcontroller drives U10-6 high, turning transistor Q302 on. 2. Transistor Q301 is switched on, supplying power to the PWM controller, U301. 3. The boost regulator develops 18VDC, which will switch transistor Q303 On.
On/Off Switch
4 2 U307 u307-6 + C331 4.7uF 8 7 3 6 2 4 VIN FDBK SHTDN TAP SENS GND LP2951CD-3.3
D

Q303 MTP30N06VL VOUT ERR 1 5 + C332 4.7uF VBackup 1 L301 1mH D302 BAV99L 1 R306 61.9K 5 U301-comp C304 100uF 2 +18V 3 + R307 4.64K

On/Off Circuit 18V Boost - Mosfet Gate Voltage


U301-7

+Vfuse HS301

Heatsink for D301


6078 1 3 2 4

F303 4Amp Q301 MPSW51A 1 3 R301 10K Q301-b

R305 1 7 U301-pwr 6

U301 MC34063AD IDC IPK ISWC Vcc ISWE GND 8 1 2 U301-sw

AC+12V Battery

D301 MBR2535CTL

C301 330uF

C302 1uF

U301-ct

TCAP

COMP

R302 1.96K Q302-c R303 51.1K R304 100K Q302-B 1 + C339 1uF C42 .047uF Vbackup
D

C303 470pf

3 Q302 2 MMBT3904L

R22 10K

14

U10 13 12 11 10 9 8 PIC-audio PIC-Clk

Vdd

(pg 1)
PIC-Data On/Off-Key 2 3

ClkIn/Osc1/RB5 Clkout/Osc2/RB4 Vpp/MCLR/RB3 TC5/TOCK1 RC4 RC3 D620361-MX10000

RB0 RB1 RB2 RC0 RC1 RC2

(Front Panel Key)

4 5

On/Off

(pg 3)
U2-Reset

(To U2)

Vss

Appendix A

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1.3

+12V Boost Converter

The +12V boost circuit provides regulated 12VDC. The input to the 12V converter is either battery or 12V from the AC/DC converter. The circuit is configured as a boost PWM using current mode feedback. The PWM controller is a UC3843A. The controller includes an internal 2.5V, 2% reference, and an external 5V, 2% reference. Nominal output voltage for the boost converter is Vout = [2.5V*(1 + 173.8K/4.64K)] = 12.1V. The UC3843A requires 8.5V minimum to power on. The maximum voltage allowed on the switching transistor, Q305, is 15V. To meet both these requirements, the UC3843A is powered from 12.9V (+18V 5.1V zener diode D303) When operating from battery, the converter will run at duty cycles over 50%, which requires slope compensation for a current mode controller. Slope compensation is achieved by summing in part of the oscillator signal (pin 4) with the current sense line. The PWM controller is current limited on a cycle to cycle basis by monitoring the voltage on the Isense line, U302-5. Current limit is activated when the voltage at the sense line reaches 1V. The nominal DC voltage at Isense is about 0.5V when operating from battery only, and 0.7V when operating from AC. Then, current limit is set to 5Amps when Atlas in operating on battery and 3Amps when operating on AC.
+V C335 .047uF Q303-s L303 Bead L302-1 C310 1000uF

+12V Boost (12.1V nominal)


3 R308 17.8K U302-fb R309 4.64K R310 10K C305-1 C305 5600pF U302-comp 5VRef C307 .047uF U302 UC3843A 12 3 1 14 11 D303 5.1V 1 U302-pwr +

+18V

C306 1uF

L302 22uH

D304 MBRS340T3 Q305-d + Q305 1 MTP30N06VL D304-C C311 1000uF +

L305 Bead +12V C312 1000uF + C336 .047uF C313 330uF

Vcc

Vc

U302-out

VFB COMP VREF

R314 10

OUT PWR-GND

10

Q305-g

RT/CT

GND

R315 196 R312 3.83K

C308 2200pF

Q304-e R313 1.96K C309 5600pF R316 0.1

Q304 MMBT3904L D312 BAV99L AC+12V-fuse 1 2 D312-c

R317 7.5K

Q305-s

R311 10K

U302-ct

ISENSE

U302-sense

2 4

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1.4

Battery Charger:

The battery charger is a PWM buck converter. The input to the battery charger is 12VDC from the offline switcher. The UC3843A, normally a current mode controller, is configured for voltage feedback mode. The UC3843A has an under-voltage lockout for Vcc<8.5V. The controller operates such that with Vcc less than 8.5V, the reference out is 0V, and will be at 5V with Vcc>8.5V. Then, the reference out (pin 14) can be used as an AC-ON detect signal. The switching transistor for the buck converter is a P-Channel MOSFET (Q308). The output drive of the controller is the wrong polarity for driving a P-Channel MOSFET in a step down mode. Therefor, transistor Q306 is added to invert the PWM out signal. Fast turn-on of Q308 is provided when Q306 is low, fast turn-off is though Q307 (configured as an emitter follower). The battery charger is a current limited - temperature compensated charger. Current limit is set to 1.5Amps. Current through the 0.1Ohm sense resistor R327 is measured with Diff-Amp U305B. When the charger current is at 1.5Amps, feedback is controlled by Op-Amp U304A. When the current drops below 1.5Amps, the output of U304A goes low, reverse biasing Diode D308, and feedback will be controlled by Op-amp U304B. Battery charge voltage is temperature compensated using Thermistor RT301, a 10K negative temperature coefficient resistor. Voltage over temperature follows the following charge profile: Temperature 0C 10C 25C 40C 50C Voltage 7.05V 7.0V 6.85V 6.7V 6.65V Thermistor 26.9K 20.7K 10K 5.17K 3.45K

For optimum battery life, the float voltage (25C, full charge) should be set to 6.85V +/- 50mV (6.85V +/0.7%). To accomplish this tight tolerance, charge voltage at room temperature will be adjusted with potentiometer R328. Nominal charge voltage at room temperature is: Vcharge = 5V * (1 + RA/RB) where, 5V is the reference in U303. RA is the series/parallel combination of R335, R336, and RT301 (nominal 3.465K @ 25C). RB is the series combination of R337and R338 (nominal 936 Ohms) It is necessary to minimize current out of the battery when the unit is off. To reduce off current, transistor Q309 disconnects the battery from the battery sense resistors when AC in off. In addition, diode D307 is added to prevent current from flowing from the battery into the battery current sense circuit, and to the output of the AC/DC converter.

Appendix A
F301 4Amp Battery Bat-fuse

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F302 4Amp AC+12V F302-2 C340 .047uF L306 Bead

Battery Charger
AC+12V-fuse C337 .047uF C318 330uF 3

To Linear Regulators Q308 MTP23P06V 2 4 Q308-d L304 47uH C319-1 D307 MBRS340T3 D307-A

R327 0.1

Input to 5V and 3.3V linear regulators.

Q308-g R326 10 Q307-e

C319 1000uF D306 MBRS340T3

C338 .047uF

Q307 MMBT3904L 3 2 R318 10K U303-fb 1 C314 .047uF R325 1.96K 12 11 R319 19.6K 3 U303-cp 1 14 C315 .047uF R320 7.5K VFB COMP VREF PWR-GND OUT 10 U303 UC3843A U303-out Q306-b

R328 1K

R329 1K

D305 BAV99L U305-6 3

R331 33.2K R330 33.2K 6

Vcc

Vc

Q306-c U305-5 1 3 Q306 2MMBT3904L C320 .01uF U304-2 U304-1 R332 19.6K Ref-Batcharge 5

R323 1.96K

RT/CT

GND

ISENSE

U303-5 R324 10K

U305-pwr

Current Limit (1.5 Amp)


D308 2 BAV99L 1

U303-ct R322 10K

1 U304A MC34072 8

ACON Ref-Batcharge

AC+12V-fuse Batt-fb R339 19.6K R339-2 C321 .01uF R334 19.6K Ref-Batcharge R335 4.32K 6 5 U304-6 U304-5 R336 7.5K R337 8.87K Bat-Adj R338 2 1K R345 10K RT301-1 RT301 10K R344 10K ACON Q310-b 1 Q309-3 D309 BAV70L 2 Q309 MMBT3906L 3 R342 19.6K 1 Q309-b R343 10K R343-1 1 2 3 3 Q310 2MMBT3904L

R340 10K U304-7 7 U304B MC34072

AC+12V-fuse 1

1.5

Linear Regulators 5VDC and 3.3VDC

1.5.1 5V regulator
A series pass 5V regulator is built using transistor Q312 and op amp U305A. The reference for the regulator is the 5V reference from the PWM control IC U302. The output of the 5V regulator is turned off when the unit is turned off. When the 18V-boost circuit is shut down, power is removed to U302, and then the U302 reference is driven to 0V. Setting the reference to 0V will cause op amp U305 to turn the series pass transistor Q312 off. When operating from AC, transistor Q310 is turned on, which will turn transistor Q311 off. Power to the 5V regulator is then provided through Diode D310 from the output of the battery charger circuit. Note that this voltage tap is before the current sense resistor, then load current on +5V does not affect the battery charger current limit circuit. When AC is removed, the AC-On signal goes low, and Q310 turns off. The gate of Q311 is then pulled up to 11.4V (12V Vdiode). Transistor Q311 then turns on, and the 5V regulator is powered from the battery.

1.5.2 3.3V Regulator


3.3VDC is derived using a three terminal regulator. The output of the 5V regulator is used to power the 3.3V regulator. The 3.3V regulator does not have an independent shutdown, but powers down as the 5V regulator shuts down.

Float Voltage

C316 2200pF

R321 27.4K

2 3 U304-3 C322 .047uF

R333 19.6K

7 U305B MC34072

+ +

+12V R341 10K

Appendix A
D310 MBRS340T3 Batt Charger input Q312 4 2 4 2 MTP30N06VL 3 6078 HS302

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+Vpump

Heatsink forQ312

From Batery Charger Circuit.


Battery Q311 MTP30N06VL 1 3 + C323 100uF

+5V + C325 100uF U306 LF33CV 1 IN GND OUT 3 +3.3V + C329 100uF C330 .047uF

Q312-g

R346 100 C324 1000pF C324-2 R347 10K

R348 10K

+12V R341 10K R342 19.6K To Q309 R343-1 1 2 R343 10K U305-1

C328 .047uF

1 U305A MC34072 8

D309 BAV70L

R344 10K ACON Q310-b 1

D311 BAV70L 3 Q310 2MMBT3904L +12V 1 3 AC+12V-fuse 2 C327 .047uF

R345 10K

2 2.1

Patient Isolated Circuits


Isolated Power

Isolated power is provided to the ECG, Temperature, Respiration and SpO2 circuits using an Isolation Transformer, T401. The power supply is a PWM controlled flyback converter. The PWM controller is an LM3524. Output voltage f+V is sampled and compared with the reference voltage s+5V. An error voltage is generated, and this voltage returned via opto U410. Voltage f+V is regulated to 7.4V. Additional taps on transformer T401 provide f-V (-7.4V). The switcher operates at 76.8KHz, controlled by a sync signal from the CPU board. The power supply is synchronized with the A/D converter used to digitize ECG, Temperature and Respiration signals.
Isolation Barrier Patient Isolated Circuits
D401 MBRS130T3 f+V f+V C405 100uF R419 215 1
S S

+12V

T401-1 C409 470pf + T401 C409-1 TP450 R419-2 C433 470pf 3 Q401 MTD3055V IsoXfmr 2 8 T401-8 4 2 TP466 TP453 D405 BAV99L 3 2 1 TP454 U402-e R409 5.11K U402-sen R408 100 Q401-s
S S

C402 .047uF

R405 215 C414 .047uF 15 U402 VREF 16 10 3 6 7 2 1 9 U402-rt U402-ct U402-ref TP451 C420 .047uF FE-Pwr-Sync TP455 TP457 U402-1

Q401-g

R407 10

Q402-e

D403 TP456 f-V C407 100uF MBRS130T3 + T401-4 R406 0.2 2 Q402 MMBT3906L 3 3 1

12 11 13 14 4 5

CA EA CB EB +SENSE -SENSE GND

VIN

C404 .047uF

f+V R422 10K 8 TP459 U401-3 U401-2 R423 5.11K TP462


S S

+5V U410 4N25 iso401-a 1 6 5 4 2 R404 196K R402 10K C408-2


S

3 2

+ 4

R403 1K 1 U401A LM358 U401-1

iso401-b opto-fb

R411 5.11K

R401 10K s+5V

C408 .01uf

R417 10K

TP463

TP464

+5V Linear Low Dropout

U305-2

D D

4 2 3

R349 10K U305-3 5VRef C326 .01uF R350 10K

Grounded Circuits

C412 10uF

+12V TP449

SHTDWN OSCOUT RT CT V+ VCOMP LM3524DM

TP458

C410 .01uF

C411 2200pF

R410 7.5K

Appendix A

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From the raw f+V and f-V voltages, the following supplies are generated for the various patient isolated circuits: 1. iso+5dig: Regulated 5V supply. This voltage is used to power the opto-isolators, digital control logic, and 5V digital supply for the Nellcor SpO2 board. 2. s+5V: Regulated +5V supply: Analog 5V supply for the Nellcor SpO2 board. This is also the reference voltage used in the regulation of f+V. 3. f+5V: Regulated +5V supply: Filtered and buffered from s+5V, this voltage is used for the A/D reference. 4. s-5V: Regulated 5V supply: Analog 5V supply used for the Nellcor SpO2 board. 5. fVcc: LC Filtered voltage, derived from f+V. This voltage is used to power the Op-Amps used in the ECG, Respiration, Temperature, and A/D circuits. 6. fVee: LC Filtered voltage, derived from f-V. This voltage is used to power the Op-Amps used in the ECG, Respiration, Temperature, and A/D circuits.
U407 78L05 f+V C430 .047uF 8 IN GND GND GND OUT GND 1 C403 .047uF C406 100uF iso+5Vdig +

Isolated Supply Voltages Regulation and Filtering

8 7 3 U403-fb C401 .047uF 6 2 4

VIN FDBK SHTDN TAP SENS GND

VOUT ERR

1 5 + C415 1uF

s+5V f+V R416 10K TP460 8 U401-5 5 6 C418 + 4.7uF + C416 .047uF C417 680pF 4 U401B LM358 7 U401-7 R415 100 TP461 f+5V

S S S

U403 LP2951C

f-V

GND

2 3 6 7 C424 .047uF
S

U404 79L05

L401

220uH fVcc

C434 10uF

C431 10uF

L402

220uH fVee

2.2

A/D Circuits

2.2.1 PWM A/D


A pulse width modulator is used as an A/D converter. The PWM runs at a 1.2KHz rate, synchronized by the A/D sync signal. A/D sync is low for 52.1uSec, high for 781.25uSec. Using the values shown, the integrator will ramp down 10.01V, and ramp up 25V. The voltage at the integrator output (U601-1) is limited to about 5V [5V*(73.2/83.2) + Vdiode)]. Then, the integrator starts at 5V and ramps linearly down to 5V. The analog input voltage to be digitized and the integrator output are the inputs to a comparator. The output of the comparator is low at the start of an A/D cycle, and switches high as the integrator ramp drops below the input voltage being digitized (see the timing diagram below). A/D conversion is accomplished by measuring the width of the PWM output signal. The A/D timer runs at 25.175MHz, then the A/D resolution is about 21000 counts (over 14 bits). Hysteresis is added to the comparator to avoid oscillations during switching. Note that since the output of the comparator is low at the start of the A/D cycle, a resistor divider is formed at the comparator input. This divider reduces the Analog-In signal by 0.75% [464K/(464K+3.48K)].

C435 10uF

C432 10uF

IN IN IN IN

OUT

1 C421 1uF

s-5V
S S

TP465

TP452

TP468

Appendix A
R605 3.48K Analog In U602-2 R607 464K iso+5Vdig fVcc U602-7 f+5V R608 1K 14 7 U602 LM311 9 7 8

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R601 10K f+5V R602 73.2K f+5V R603 46.4K 14 A/D-sync 11 7 U604E 74HCT04
E E

fVcc U601-3 8 3 2 C603 680pF 2 1 U601A MC34072 U601-1 R606 3.48K U602-3 3

5 6 8 + 4 1

U602-5

+ 4

PWM-Out

U604D 74HCT04
E

U601-2 C601 10 U604-10 R604 10K D601-2 2 D601 MMBD1503A 3 1000pF 1 fVee

PWM A/D Converter

fVee

Integrator Input
(U604-10) +5V

52uSec 833uSec

Comparator Inputs
Analog In -5V

PWM-Out
(U604-8)

PWM-timer

2.2.2 A/D Multiplexer


A 16-channel multiplexer (formed by two 8-channel multiplexers) is used to select the analog signal to be digitized. Control of the multiplexer is through a serial communication channel from the main CPU. The following signals are digitized: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Ground f1.24V ECG V Buffer LL Buffer LA Buffer RA Buffer RL Output Patient Temp Respiration Resp Leads Off Ground Reference for digitized signals, used in calibrating the A/D converter Reference Voltage, used in calibrating the A/D converter Amplified ECG signal Output of the V-lead buffer, used to determine leads off Output of the LL-lead buffer, used to determine leads off Output of the LA-lead buffer, used to determine leads off Output of the RA-lead buffer, used to determine leads off Output of the RL amplifier Analog voltage representing patient Temperature Amplified Respiration signal DC impedance for respiration, used to determine respiration Leads off.

Appendix A
fVee 8
E

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Mux-A/D-C Mux-A/D-B Mux-A/D-A Mux B Resp-LdsOff An-Resp

9 10 11 6 4 2 5 1 12 15 14 13

C B A INH X7 X6 X5 X4 X3 X2 X1 X0 VDD 16

VSS

VEE

U609 4051

MuxB

Patient-Temp
E

fVcc 8

fVee VEE 7

Mux A vRL f+1.24V RA LA LL V+ Analog ECG

9 10 11 6 4 2 5 1 12 15 14 13

C B A INH X7 X6 X5 X4 X3 X2 X1 X0 VDD 16

VSS

U603 4051

MuxA

Analog In

fVcc

2.3

Serial Communication

Serial data is transmitted to the isolated circuits through Optical Isolators. The following signals are transmitted from the CPU board to the isolated circuits: 1. FE-Serial-Data: 2. FE-Data-Clk: 3. A/D Clk: Serial Data transmitted from the CPU board to the Isolated circuits. Serial Data Clock. Serial Data latch. Also used as clock for PMW A/D converter.

Serial Data is converted to a parallel format using Shift Register U605 and U606. The following Data is transmitted from the CPU board to the isolated circuits: 1. Mux-A/D-A 2. Mux-A/D-B 3. Mux-A/D-C 4. Mux-Lds-A 5. Mux-Lds-B 6. Mux-Lds-C 7. Sw-RLD-RA 8. Sw-RLD-LA 9. Sw-RLD-LL 10. Sw-RLD-RL 11. MonBW 12. MuxB 13. Sw-RLD-V 14. Sw-RespReset 15. SpO2Reset 16. Resp-Off Control bit A for A/D Mux Control bit B for A/D Mux Control bit C for A/D Mux Control bit A for ECG Lead Select Mux Control bit B for ECG Lead Select Mux Control bit C for ECG Lead Select Mux Switch Reference Electrode to RA Switch Reference Electrode to LA Switch Reference Electrode to LL Switch Reference Electrode to RL Select 0.5Hz ECG high pass pole (used to restore ECG baseline). 0 Select A/D Mux B; 1 - Select A/D Mux A Switch Reference Electrode to V Switch Respiration High Pass Pole, used to restore baseline Reset Nellcor SpO2 board Turn respiration off when respiration not used (shuts down drive signal).

Appendix A
iso+5Vdig

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U605 Resp-Off SpO2-Reset Sw-RespReset Sw-RL-V MuxB MonBW SW-RLD-RL SW-RLD-LL 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH GND 74HCT595 U605-out
D

VCC SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G

16 14 11 10 12 13

FE-Serial-Data FE-Data-Clk A/D-Clk

U606 SW-RLD-LA SW-RLD-RA Mux-Lds-C Mux-Lds-B Mux-Lds-A Mux-A/D-C Mux-A/D-B Mux-A/D-A 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH GND 74HCT595
D

VCC SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G

16 14 11 10 12 13

2.4

Signal Isolation

Optocouplers are used to electrically isolate signals. The following signals are transmitted across the isolation barrier through the optocouplers: 1. SpO2 out: Opto U411 2. Serial Data: Opto U613 3. Serial Data Clock: Opto U612 4. ADC Clock Opto U611 5. PWM A/D data Opto U610 6. Respiration Clock U710 SpO2 serial data, waveform and status information. Data from the SpO2 board to the CPU board. Serial Control data for isolated circuits. Data from the CPU board to isolated circuits. Data clock for serial control data. Clock from the CPU board to isolated circuits. Clock for PWM A/D converter, also used to latch control shift registers. Clock from the CPU board to isolated circuits. A/D Pulse width data. Pulse width data from isolated circuits to CPU board. Clock for Respiration drive circuit (same signal as power supply sync) Clock from the CPU board to isolated circuits.

2.5

ECG Circuits

2.5.1 Overview
The front end will meet all applicable AAMI standards. Atlas provides a 5-wire front end, and will be compatible with both a 3-wire and 5-wire cable. Monitor (0.5Hz to 40Hz) Extended (0.05Hz to 100Hz) bandwidth will be provided. The ECG amplifier always transmits 0.05Hz to 100Hz data to the CPU board (unless in baseline restore mode), additional filtering for Monitor Bandwidth is implemented in software

2.5.2 Defib Protect, RFI Filtering


The ECG lead set includes a 1K resistor for current limiting. The neon bulbs act as a voltage clamp, limiting voltage to about 100V. Neons are chosen for their low capacitance and high DC isolation. Series resistors and diode clamps are used as a second set of protection for the front-end amplifiers. Resistors R506, R507 and Diodes D506, D507, are used to reverse bias the lead clamp diodes (D501 to D505). Two passive RC filters are used to reduce susceptibility to RFI and ESU.

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Defib Protect RFI Filtering


R506 10K fVcc +clamp 3 D506 5.1V 1

R507 10K fVee -clamp D501 MMBD1503A 1 R501 51.1K RA N501 LAMP NEON D501-3 2 R508 10K To Buffer Amp 1 D507 5.1V 3
E

C501 220pF

C506 220pF

2.5.3 Front End Buffer - 1st Gain Stage


Gain of the first stage is 9.26 (1+10K/1.21K). Bias current for each input buffer is set to 1.25V/44Meg = 28nA (VldsOff = 1.25V). On a leads-off condition, the two 22Meg resistor drives the input of the buffer to 1.25V (VldsOff), and the amplifier output saturates high (at about 5.5V). The voltage out of each buffer is monitored to detect a leads-off condition.

fVcc 8

Input Buffers Gain = 9.26

In

U501-3

3 2

+ -

1 U501A MC34002 R517 10K 0.1%

Out

R509 22Meg R509-1 R557 22Meg

C510 220pF

fVee U501-2 R518 1.21K 0.1%

VLdsOff

2.5.4 Wilson Network - Lead Select Mux


A 5 wire front end must be able to render the following vectors: I LA - RA II LL - RA III LL - LA aVR RA - 1/2*(LA + LL) aVL LA - 1/2*(RA + LL) aVF LL - 1/2*(LA + RA) V V - 1/3*(RA + LA + LL) A resistor divider network (Wilson Network) is used to create the terms above. These vectors are then switched though the two Muxs, into the differential amplifier.

Appendix A
Lead Select Wilson Network
RA R529 R530 LA R531 R532 LL R533 R534 10K 10K LA LL RA LA LL V+ fVcc 13 14 15 12 1 5 2 4 6 11 10 9 10K
E

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10K 10K

RA RA LA aVR aVL aVF V-

13 14 15 12 1 5 2 4 6 11 10 9

16

fVcc

U505 4051 X 3 mux-

X0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 INH A B C VSS

10K

VDD

VEE 8
E

7 fVee

U506 4051 X 3 mux+

V+ R535 R536 R537 10K 10K 10K


E

X0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 INH A B C VSS

VDD

16

VEE 8
E

7 fVee

2.5.5 Differential Amplifier and Slew rate limit


A traditional 3-opamp gain stage (U507 and U508) is used to construct the differential amplifier. The topology is modified slightly with the addition of slew rate limiting (U509). The ECG signal is slew rate limited to about 100V/sec. This is done to minimize distortion of the ECG trace in the presence or large pace pulses. The differential outputs of this stage are used as input to the RLD amplifier.
Diff Amp and Slew Rate Limit DC Gain = 1
C544 1000pF 1 U507A MC34002 diffR544 10K 0.1% U508-3 C543 .047uF fVcc fVcc 8 R565 121K 1 U508A AD712 u501-8 C542 220pF
E

fVcc

mux-

3 2

8 + 4

R546 10K 0.1%

fVee u509-4

fVcc 2 4 3 + 5

mux+

5 6

+ -

R545 10K 0.1% 7 U507B MC34002 diff+

3 2

+ 4

1 U509 LMC7101 fVee

SingEnd Out

fVee fVee R547 10K 0.1% u508-2

C545 1000pF

2.5.6 Right Leg Drive Amplifier


The right leg amplifier performs two functions. First is to provide bias current to the input buffer amplifiers. Second, to reduce 60Hz interference (increase CMR). Patient Common mode signals are amplified and inverted, and this resultant signal used to drive the patient. Gain of the RLD amplifier at 60Hz is maximized, while keeping the system gain stable. The RLD output is muxd to the appropriate wire depending on the chosen input vector. For example, when looking at Lead I (LA-RA), the RLD signal is switched to the LL buffer.

Appendix A

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RLD Mux
U504 To RL Sw-RLD-RL To LL Sw-RLD-LL To LA Sw-RLD-LA To RA Sw-RLD-RA fVcc fVee
E

3 1 14 16 11 9 6 8 13 4 5

S1 IN1 S2 IN2 S3 IN3 S4 IN4 V+ VGND DG202CSE

D1 D2 D3 D4

2 15 10 R516 10K 7 RL-mux

RLD Amp
U503A MC34002 1

fVcc R525 10K + 3 2


E

Diff+ R526 10K Diff-

TP551 4

U503-2

R527 1K

fVee C514-2 R528 51.1K

C514 0.1uF TP552

2.5.7 High Pass and Gain Stage


The signal from the output of the differential amplifier is AC coupled before a final stage of amplification. The High Pass Pole is set to less than 0.05Hz (a 3.3 second time constant). Large DC signals are sometimes present, for example, following a Leads Off condition. In order to quickly restore the baseline, a transistor switch (Q504,Q505) is used to change the AC pole time constant to 0.33 seconds. Op Amp U508 provides the final amplification prior to the A/D converter.

High Pass (0.05Hz or 0.5Hz) 2-pole low pass


C515 3.3uF Diff-out ecg-hp C516 .047uF R550 19.6K U508-5 5 6 R548 1Meg R549 110K Q504-d
E

fVcc

Gain Stage Gain = 74

8 + U508B AD712 R551 73.2K C517 .01uF 4

An-ECG

fVee U508-6 R552 1K

Q504 2N7002 22 Q504-s

1 R553 100K 1 Q504-g Sw-MonBw


E

Q505 2N7002

3
E

2.6

Temperature Amplifier

The temperature option of Atlas is designed to operate with YSI-400 series probes. This probe has a negative temperature coefficient, R@30C = 1815Ohms, R@40C = 1200Ohms. The temperature amplifier is configured as a non-inverting gain stage. The positive input to the amplifier is a 1.25V reference. The output of the temperature amplifier is V = Ref*(1+Rfb/Rthermistor). The A/D converter will digitize the An-Temp input, along with the reference voltage and ground. The gain of the A/D can be calibrated from the reference voltage measurement, and any drifts in the reference voltage or A/D gain are compensated.

Appendix A
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Temperature Amplifier
R626 1K 1 U608A AD712 U608-1 Patient-Temp

R624 51.1K f+1.24V U608-3 C633 .01uF 3 2

fVee C634 .01uF

-Clamp D602 BAV99L 1

+Clamp

R625 1K R627 1.21K

2 0.1% C635 .01uF 3

J601 2 1 CON2 Temp-In C636 2200pF

Temperature Thermistor

2.7

Impedance Respiration

2.7.1 Overview
Impedance respiration is accomplished by measuring a change of resistance across the patients chest during breathing. The RA and LA electrodes (Lead I) are uses to acquire the respiration signal. A current source is driven through the patient, and the voltage developed across the patient is measured. The change in resistance caused by respiration is small, in the order of 1 Ohm. This small change must be measured on top of a large baseline impedance, typically 100 to 1000 Ohms.

2.7.2 Signal Source Current Drive


An AC current source is used as the input signal, a 34.8KHz square wave. The Power supply sync signal, at 76.8KHz, is transmitted across opto isolator U710. Flip Flop U701, configured as a divide by 2, converts this signal to a 34.8KHz. Current through the patient is about 150uA Pk-Pk, set by the output of U710 (5V) and the circuit series impedance, 69K including cable resistance. The impedance of the patient is small (<2K) compared to the series impedance and has minimal affect on the magnitude of the drive current. Diode clamps are used to protect the respiration circuits in the event of a Defibrillation pulse.

8 + -

f+5V -Clamp +Clamp

Respiration Drive Circuit

C719 4.7uF

D701 MMBD1503A 1 R701 1.96K Right-Arm D701-3 3 2 C701 1000pF C701-1 R703 31.6K RespDr+ 5 Q VCC D CLK Q CL 6 D702 MMBD1503A 1 R702 1.96K Left-Arm D702-3 3 2 C702 1000pF C702-1 R704 31.6K RespDrGND 1 14 2 3 7 U701A 74HC74 4
E

PR

Resp-Clk

Resp-Off

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2.7.3 Differential Amplifier and Peak Detector


The AC current driven though the patient develops a voltage across the RA to LA electrodes. This signal is measured and amplified with the Differential Amplifier formed by U702A/B. This amplifier converts the differential voltage across the patient to single ended signal, with a gain of 16.8. Inverting this signal (U703A), and summing the original signal and inverted signal through the dual Diode D705 then forms a synchronous peak detector. Then, the voltage on C711 is the DC resistance seen across the RA to LA buffer. This baseline resistance is digitized, and if the signal is too large (>2.5K), a Respiration Lead Fault message is displayed. Note that this circuit measurement includes the two 1K resistors in the EKG cable set. This 2K resistance is subtracted in software before determining a leads off condition.

-Clamp

+Clamp

D703 MMBD1503A 1 R707 1.96K Right-Arm D703-3 3 2 C706 330pF U702-3 3 2 R709 464K

fVcc

Respiration Diff Amp

R724 196K Resp-DC C720 .047uF

8 + 4

1 U702A AD712 R711 15.8K R715 3.16K R716 3.16K

U702-1

D705 MMBD354LT1 1 3

D605-C

fVee
E

U702-2 U703-2 R712 1K

fVee

2 R717 3.16K C711 0.1uF

D704 MMBD1503A 1 R708 1.96K Left-Arm 2 C707 330pF D704-3 U702-5 5 6 fVcc

U702B
E

AD712 + R713 1K 4 7 U702-7

fVcc

R710 464K

fVee U702-6
E

R714 15.8K

2.7.4 Gain and Filtering


The DC content (baseline resistance) of the respiration signal is not needed, so the signal is next AC coupled, and additional gain applied before digitization. Low pass filtering is performed at this stage to reduce high frequency noise outside the respiration signal bandwidth. A baseline-reset circuit (transistor switch Q701) is used to quickly restore the high pass pole if excessive DC voltage is present, for example following a Leads-Off condition.

1 U703A AD712

D703-1

Appendix A
B.W. = .06Hz to 16 Hz
C712 3.3uF D605-C Resp-AC R720 100K U703-5 5 6 R718 825K R719 51.1K Q701-d
E

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fVcc

Gain =1000 B.W. = 10Hz

8 + 4

7 U703B AD712 R721 316K

An-Resp

C713 0.1uF

fVee U703-6 R722 316

2 Q701 MMBF4393L 1

C714 .047uF
E

Q701-g

D706 MMBD1503A 1 2 Resp-Reset

R723 1Meg

2.8

SpO2 Circuits

The SpO2 transducer senses oxygen content of functional arteriolar hemoglobin through the use of light (red and infrared) passed through the sensor. The reflective characteristics of hemoglobin at the wavelengths used allow the pulse oximetry circuits to obtain changing saturation levels. This data is then processed to obtain the oxygen saturation percentage and pulse rate. Nellcor or Nonin Medical provides the SpO2 board (Nonin only for the model 621). The SpO2 board includes amplifiers and processing, and transmits serial data to the CPU board (Waveform data, SpO2%, and pulse rate). The Atlas monitor provides electrical isolation (power and data) for the SpO2 board. Note that you must use Nonin probes with the Nonin SpO2 board, and Nellcor probes with Nellcor SpO2 board.

3 3.1

Non-Isolated circuits - A/D and Mux


A/D grounded circuits

The A/D converter is designed by building a pulse width modulator (PWM) and a timer circuit. The PWM runs at a 1.2KHz rate, synchronized by the A/D sync signal (NIBP-ADC-Clock). A/D sync is low for 52.1uSec, high for 781.25uSec. Component values are selected such that the integrator will ramp down 4.7V, and ramp up 7.83V. The voltage at the integrator output (U601-1) is limited to about 5V [5V*(73.2/83.2) + Vdiode)]. Then, the integrator starts at 5V and ramps linearly down to 0.3V. The analog input voltage to be digitized and the integrator output are the inputs to comparator U210. The output of the comparator is low at the start of an A/D cycle, and switches high as the integrator ramp drops below the input voltage being digitized (see the timing diagram below). A/D conversion is accomplished by measuring the width of the PWM output signal. The A/D timer runs at 25.175MHz, then the A/D resolution is about 21000 counts (over 14 bits). Note that since the output of the comparator is low at the start of the A/D cycle, a resistor divider is formed at the comparator input. This divider reduces the Analog-In signal by 0.75% [464K/(464K+3.48K)].

Appendix A
NIBP PWM A/D Converter
P+5V R230 10K U208-3 P+12V 5 4 C221 .047uF 1 2 8 R231 73.2K C219 .047uF 3 C218 4.7uF
A A A

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R237 464K U210-2 P+5V

R235 3.48K Analog-Input U209-Out

C225 .047uF

P+5V
A

C224 1000pF R234 3.48K U210-3

+ -

7 U210 MAX941

U210-7

14 4 6 5 7 U207B 74HCT00 NIBP-PWM-ADC

3 6

+ -

1 U208A MC34072

U208-1

+ R232 10K

U207A 74HCT00 14 1 3 2 7

U208-2
A

C220

NIBP-ADC-Clock

R233 3.48K D201-C 2


A

.01uF 1

PWM A/D Converter

D201 MMBD1503A U207-3

Integrator Input - f=1.2KHz


(U207-3) +5V

52uSec 781uSec

Comparator Inputs
Analog In 0.31V

PWM-Out
(U207-6)

PWM-timer

3.2

A/D Mux grounded circuits

Analog signals are switched to the A/D converter through MUX U209. Control of the multiplexer is through a serial communication channel from the main CPU. The following signals are digitized: 12. 13. 14. 15. +5V/2 SafetyPres PrimaryPres P.75V Sampled version of the 5V supply. Used to verify A/D operation. Safety Pressure Transducer Primary Pressure Transducer Reference voltage for A/D calibration. 0mmHg pressure for Primary Transducer. Reference voltage for A/D calibration. 300mmHg pressure for Primary Transducer. Printhead Temperature, used to compensate printer strobe width. Battery Voltage, used to warn of low battery condition. Battery Charger Current, used only in service mode verification.

16. P4.25V 17. Print-Temp 18. BattVoltage 19. BattCurrent:

4 4.1

NIBP Circuits
Overview - Safety:

Two pressure transducers are used, a primary and safety transducer. The primary is used to make all BP measurements. Hardware circuits monitor the output of the primary transducer, looking for overpressure faults. In addition, Software monitors the digitized outputs of the primary transducer, and detects overpressure faults. The following overpressure faults are detected in software (monitored once per second):

Appendix A 1. 2. 3. >=10mmHg pressure for 295 seconds >=15mmHg pressure for 175 seconds >295mmHg pressure for 0.5 seconds.

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Software detected overpressure faults are considered application faults. The user is warned of a fault with an audible alarm and a Check blood pressure cuff message on the CRT display. NIBP is not disabled for this type of fault. In the event of a fault, the drive signals to the NIBP pump and valve are opened. Two hardware faults are detected, pressure over 330mmHg (nominal trip point 314mmHg, and pressure over 15mmHg for three minutes (13.3mmHg nominal trip point). These faults are considered more serious (since software should have detected and corrected this condition). The user is notified with a BP SYSTEM FAULT message, and NIBP is disabled. A redundant safety transistor is opened to ensure the NIBP pump is off and the valve is open. The primary and safety transducer outputs are continuously digitized. The outputs of the transducers are checked vs. each other, and if they disagree, an NIBP Fault Message is declared and the NIBP system is disabled. The outputs of the transducers are linearly proportional to the supply voltage (supply current for the safety transducer). The transducers use unique reference voltages to ensure that a fault in one reference will not cause an equivalent gain error in both transducers. The A/D also has redundant checks. Two reference voltages (derived from the primary transducer reference supply) are measured, and the A/D gain and zero is checked. In addition, a unique reference is digitized, and compared vs. expected results. An error in any of these A/D measurements will again cause an NIBP Fault Message, and the NIBP system will be disabled.

4.2

Primary Transducer - Amplifier:

The primary pressure transducer is a fully calibrated and compensated transducer with built in voltage amplification. The output of the transducer is proportional to the supply voltage. With a 5V supply, the output of the transducer is: 0mmHg = 0.5V. 300mmHg = 4V. Op amp U204A is used to level shift the output of the transducer such that the nominal voltage for 0mmHg is set to 0.75V. The CPU monitors the digitized zero pressure voltage, and any offset is corrected. This correction comes from the summation of an error correction signal through op amp U204B. The CPU will output a pulse width modulated signal at 76.8KHz. This signal is RC filtered to provide ad DC voltage at U204-5. This signal can adjust the offset seen at the A/D converter by +/-20mmHg.

Appendix A
P+5V

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C226 .047uF
A

L202 Bead

Primary Transducer
0mmHG = 0.5V 300mmHG = 4.0V

P201-pwr C232 .047uF


A

R236 3.83K R212 56.2K 2 P201-Out P+12V 6 P201-6 C227 680pF


A

Gain and Comp P201 XFPM-050KPGR-P1 1

C206 .047uF

C209 .047uF

U204-3

3 2

+ -

R219 1.96K U204-1 PrimaryPres

1 U204A MC34072 R217 5.62K C231 .01uF

+3.3V

C228 .047uF

R244 21.5K R214 10K NIBP-Offset-DAC C207-1 R215 100K

Zero Adjust +/-20mmHg range


R216 19.6K U204-5 5 6 + C207 C208 1uF 1uF +

P+12V

R213 237K U204-2

4
A

8 + U204B MC34072 4

7 R218 23.7K

PWM D/A 76.8KHz

U204-7

P+.75V

4.3

Safety Transducer - Amplifier

The safety transducer is compensated for temperature drift, but gain and zero are not calibrated. The safety transducer does not include built in voltage amplification. The safety transducer output is a differential voltage, proportional to the supply current through the device. The initial accuracy of the safety transducer is very loose, in the order of +/-50%. However, the drift over time and temperature is very good. Then, it is necessary to calibrate the output of the safety transducer. This is done my measuring a know pressure, measuring the output of the safety transducer, and storing calibration constants in NVRAM. A two-point calibration procedure is used. Calibration is done at the factory, and can be recalibrated in the field if necessary.

4.3.1 Current Source:


Op amp U205A is configured as a current source for the Pressure Transducer, with the current through the transducer set to 1.5mA. Nominal gain for the transducer is 300mmHg = 75mV.

4.3.2 Differential Amplifier and Offset Centering:


The output of the safety transducer is a differential voltage, with a nominal gain of 0.25mV/mmHg, and a zero pressure offset voltage of +/-25mV. The A/D converter has an input voltage range of 0.5V to 5V. It is necessary to both add both signal gain and offset centering to the transducer output before digitization. Op amp U206A/B is configured as a differential amplifier, with a voltage gain of 22.5. The output of the differential amplifier is offset by 1.2V (U205B).

Appendix A
P+12V P+12V C211 .047uF 8
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C216 .047uF

Safety Transducer
8 P202-Out+ P202-2 3 2 + -

TP226 R227 5.11K 1 U206-1 R223 21.5K C214 .047uF SafetyPres C217 .047uF
A

U205-3

3 2

+ -

1 U205A MC34072

U206A MC34072

P202 FPNS-07PGR 1

4
A

C212 680pF 3 P+12V 8 + 6 P202-OutP202-5 5 5 6 R220 806 5VRef


A

U206-2 R224 1K

+ -

U206-7 R225 1K

U206B MC34072

4
A

P+12V

Zero Offset

R221 3.16K 5 6 8

R226 21.5K

C215 .047uF

+ -

U205-7

C213 .01uF

R222 1K

U205B MC34072

4
A

4.4

Hardware Overpressure:

The output of the primary transducer is monitored for two overpressure conditions; pressures in excess of 13.3mmHg (nominal) and 314mmHg (nominal) are detected. These error conditions are transmitted to the gate array on the CPU board, and if the error conditions are present for a long enough time period, a fault message is displayed, and NIBP is disabled (see above for safety performance operation). The output of the Primary Transducer drives the two comparators U203A/B. The comparison voltage is derived through a resistor divider chain from a 5V regulator (U201). This regulator is the supply voltage for the primary transducer, and sense the primary output is proportional to the supply voltage, tolerance errors in the regulator are not critical.
R207 464K L201 220uH +12V C229 10uF + U201 78L05 8
A

+3.3V

C205 P+12V P+12V P+5V PrimaryPres R206 1K R201 576 OUT GND GND GND GND 1 U203-2 C203 + C202 4.7uF R202 174 P+12V .047uF
A A

.047uF
A

R208 1.96K

U203-3

3 2

8 + 4

1 U203A LM393

NIBP-Overpressure

IN

C222 .01uF R210 464K

C201 .047uF
A

+3.3V

U202-3

3 2

8 + U202A MC34072
A

P+4.25V P+12V R209 1K U203-5 U203-6 C223 .01uF 5 6 R211 1.96K 8 + 4

R203 3.32K

7 U203B LM393

NIBP-15mmHg

R204 150

P+12V

Over Pressure Fault Circuit

U202-5 C204 .047uF R205 750

5 6

8 + U202B MC34072
A A A

P+.75V

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4.5

Pump and Relay Drive:

Two independent dual transistor switches, Q202 and Q203 control the pump and valve. Q202 is controlled by logic circuits on the CPU board, and is normally in the on state. Q202 is only opened in a fault condition (over pressure, A/D calibration error, or transducer mismatch). Once a fault is detected, Q202 will remain open until power is cycled. Under normal operation, dual transistor Q203 is used to switch the pump on and close the valve. The pump-on and valve-close commands are controlled by software. Note that the valve is normally open. Then, in the case of no power, the valve will be in the open state.

+5V

+Vpump

7 8

+12V

5 6

Q202 MMDF2N02E R242 10K Q202-G R240 10K NIBP-Safety R241 10K Q201-B 1 2 Q201 MMBT3904L 3 R243 100K D202 BAV99L 3 D201-A Pump+ Pump2 J201 Valve+ Valve1 2 3 4 5 CON5 1 2 4

R246 31.6

7 8

5 6

Q203 MMDF2N02E NIBP-Valve-Close 2 1 3 4 NIBP-Pump-On

R247 1K

R248 1K

5 5.1

CRT Deflection Board


Overview:

Atlas uses a 5-inch monochrome CRT display. This CRT will display Waveform Data (ECG and Respiration or SpO2 orETCO2), plus Text Data (Heart Rate, Alarm Values, Trend Data, setup, and service menus). The CRT Deflection board performs the following functions: 1. Vertical Deflection. 2. Horizontal Deflection. 3. CRT Grid Voltages. 4. Video Amplifier. CRT Deflection is magnetic, vertical and horizontal deflection is controlled by regulating current through the vertical and horizontal coils of the CRT Yoke. The Deflection board is designed to the following specifications: Resolution: VGA (640X480) Dot Clock: 39.7nSec (1/25.175Mhz) Display Size: 100mm (Horizontal) X 68mm (Vertical) Scan Rate: Reset Time: 60Hz 750uSec

Vertical:

Appendix A Blanking Time: 1.2mSec Horizontal: Scan Rate: 31.5Khz Reset Time: 5uSec Blanking Time: 5.7uSec

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5.2

Vertical Amplifier:

5.2.1 Ramp Generator:


Vertical Sync
R1 1K +5V U1.3 R2 7.50K +12V

Ramp Generator

750uSec 16.7mSec
U4A Vsync R52 1.96K 1 74HCT04 R43 5.11K U1.2 d6.c 2 D6 1N4148 1 2 D1 1N4148 1 C1 .1uF 2 U4.2 R3 23.7K 3 2 8 + 4

C3 .047uF

1 U1A TLC272

Ramp

Vertical Sync

5.0V 3.95Vpp

750uSec 16.7mSec

A ramp generator is built from the integrator (U1A, C1, and R3). The slope of the integrator is: V = (I*T)/C. The integrator is designed so that it ramps up 6.97V in 750uS and ramps down 3.95V in 15.9mS. Diode D1 clips the output voltage at about 5.0V (U1-pin3 + Vdiode). Then the ramp resets at 5.0V each cycle, and integrates down 3.95V.

Vertical Amplifier
+12V +12V C4 .047uF + R12 562 q1.b 2 8 Ramp 3 2 + 4 1 U2A MC34072 C2 100pf u2.2 R4 10K R5 42.2K u1.6 L 4 u1.7 7 U1B TLC272 + 8 R8 41.2K +12V vcadj R9 +5V 1.47K vcadj+ R10 1K vcadj1.96K R11 6 5 u1.5 R7 41.2K Vertical Yoke R6 41.2K R14 562 q2.b 2 3 Q2 MPSW51A R16 10 R17 10 R13 169 q1.e 1 vadj 3 Q4 MPSW51A u2.7 R23 10K u2.6 1 2 q4.b R21 562 3 Q1 1 MPSW01A R15 38.3 R18 562 C5 22uF 3 Q3 MPSW01A 1 2 q3.b R20 169 7 U2B MC34072 8 + 4 5 6 R22 10K +12V R19 562 +5V

Size Adjust

Zero Adjust

Appendix A

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5.2.2 Vertical Amplifier:


The Vertical amplifier will generate a linear current ramp of +/-200mA. The vertical amplifier is an HBridge type driver. Positive current flow (deflecting the beam above the centerline) is defined as current from +12V to Q1 to Rsense through the coil to Q4 to Ground. The negative current path is from +12V to Q3 through the Coil to Rsense to Q2 to Ground. The input to the vertical amplifier is the ramp voltage generated above. The objective of the vertical amp is to match the current through the vertical coil with the input ramp control voltage. Current through the vertical coil is monitored through the sense resistor, formed from R15, R16, and R17. Voltage across the sense resistor is measured with the differential amplifier U1B. This voltage is then used as the feedback voltage to the control opamp, U2A.

5.2.3 Zero Adjust:


The output voltage from the ramp generator is a ramp from 5.0V to 1.05V (nominal). The center of this ramp is 3.0V. Then, the output of the current sense diff amp must be offset by 3.0V. This is accomplished with the Zero Adjust Network, Resistors R9, R10, and R11. Vertical centering is then accomplished by writing a pattern to the CRT, and adjusting R10 to center the display.

Size Adjust: Adjusting the current through the Vertical Coil changes vertical deflection. The voltage across the sense resistor is: Vsense = (Vramp-Voffset) / 1.02 (1.02 is the gain of the current sense diff amp) Current through the coil is equal to current through the sense resistor network. Icoil = Isense = Vsense / Rsense Then, adjusting the value of the sense resistor will change the current through the vertical coil. Vertical gain is then accomplished by writing a pattern to the CRT, and adjusting R16 to set vertical deflection.

5.3

Horizontal Amplifier:

Current through the transformer increases linearly as Transistor Q6 is On (I = VdT/L). When the transistor opens, the drain voltage kicks up, and the current through the Transformer coil flows through C9, L2, L3, and the Horizontal Coil to Ground The transformer quickly loses flux (reset time < 5uSec). Current continues to flow in load inductance, from Ground through Q6-diode, C9, L2, L3, and the Horizontal Coil to Ground. This current flow charges capacitor C9. The current decreases linearly to 0, then changes directions. This is due to the AC coupling capacitor C9 being charged to a negative voltage. Current flow is then from Ground through the Horizontal Coil, L2, L3, C9, and Q6 to Ground. The drive to MOSFET Q6 is AC coupled. This will prevent Q6 to be driven high in the event of a faulty driver on the CPU board. In order to get adequate deflection current (about +/-2.3Amps), 18.5V across the transformer coil is necessary. A boost winding is added to the transformer, then when the voltage on the transistor drain flys up, current flows into capacitor C11. C11 charges to a voltage determined by the turns ratio in the transformer.

Appendix A

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5.3.1 Horizontal Gain:


Horizontal deflection is adjusted by changing the current through the Horizontal coil. Changing the series inductance in the Horizontal Deflection Path modifies the current. Increasing Horizontal gain is then accomplished by writing a pattern to the CRT, and adjusting the width coil, L3. Horizontal Centering: Horizontal centering is accomplished by rotating magnets mounted on the CRT Yoke assembly.

5.3.2 Grid Voltages:


The following voltages are developed to bias the grids on the CRT: Grid 1: -10V to -50V DC (Brightness Adjust) Grid 2: 350VDC Grid 4: 0V to 350VDC (Focus Adjust) Anode: 7.5KV

These voltages are derived from additional windings on the FBT. In addition, the supply voltage for the video amplifier (+36VDC) is generated from a tap on the FBT.

T1 CRT-FBT

To CRT Anode

Boost

Horizontal Amplifier Grid Voltages


9

C11 1000uF

+12V D2 L1 +12filt 47uH + MUR120 C10 1000uF 1 2 +B 10

D3 1N4935 Vd 1 2

+Vvid

Grid1

Intensity

+ Hor 7 5 D4 1N4935 3 1 Vg1 Vg2 2 1

C12 22uF

C15 .01uF R29 100K R28 19.6K

d4.a

Brightness Adjust

C13

Horizontal Sync
D5 1N4937 1 2

5.5uSec 31.7uSec
+12V C9 6.8uF R26 1K R24 10K q5.c U4B Hsync R50 1.96K 3 4 C22 .022uF C22-2 R25 215 q5.b 2 3 Q5 12N3904 R27 10 q6.d 1 4 2 hlin Q6 IRF640 C8 .022uF L2 15uH

+12V

hwide L3 15- 35uH

74HCT04

22uF

R30 100K Grid 2 C16 .01uF

d5.c C14 .01uF

Focus Adjust

R32 2.5Meg

Focus C17 .01uF

L Horizontal Yoke

Appendix A

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5.4

Video Amplifier:

The CRT tube turns a dot on when video out is low (near 0V), and off when video out is high (+Vvid = 28V). The input to the video amplifier is a digital signal (3.3V logic level) from the uProcessor. An input of 0V turns the dot off, an input of 3.3V turns the dot on. Transistor Q7 amplifies and inverts this signal. Video out is driven low through D7, and driven high through emitter follower Q8. .
+Vvid

Video Amplifier
R36 1.96K R37 1.96K 3 q8-b 2 R51 19.6K U4E VideoIn 11 10 u4-6 R48 100 q7-g 2 3 Q7 BS170 1 D7 1N4148 2 1 q8-e Q8 1 2N3904 R41 681 VideoOut C19 .01uF

+5V

74HCT04

6 6.1

Recorder Electronics
Overview:

Atlas includes a thermal strip chart printer (optional on Model 200 and 210, standard on model 220). The user can print either annotated waveform data or Patient trend information. The printer specifications are: Paper Size: 56 or 58mm (2 1/4 inches) (2 1/8 inches)

Printhead Width: 54mm Resolution:

Vertical: 8 dots/mm, (200 dots/inch) Horizontal: 12 dots/mm (300 dots/inch) 25mm/sec (1 inch/second)

Chart Speed:

The main CPU controls the printer. Data timing, clock signals, and strobe widths are all generated by the FPGA on the CPU board. These signals are buffered on the recorder board (inverter U5), before transmission to the printhead.

Appendix A

10/14/99

6.2

Power Supply 24 Switcher

It is necessary to generate 24VDC for the print head and motor. The input to the 24V switcher is either 12V from the AC/DC converter, or Battery voltage on the model 210/220 when AC is not present. The circuit is configured as a boost PWM using current mode feedback. The PWM controller is a UC3843A. The controller includes an internal 2.5V, 1% reference, and an external 5V, 1% reference. Nominal output voltage for the boost converter is Vout = [2.5V*(1 + 84.5K/10K)] = 23.6V. The converter will run at duty cycles over 50%, which requires slope compensation for a current mode controller. Slope compensation is added by summing in part of the oscillator signal with the current sense line. The PWM current limits on a cycle to cycle basis. The supply will be in current limit when the Isense line reaches 1V. Current limit is set to about 3.5 Amps from 12VDC or 5Amps from battery. Two control signals exist for the 24V switcher, n24Von and Rec-Supply-On. The 24V switcher is disabled when n24Von is high. This signal is controlled by the on board PIC processor. The switcher is held off at power up, and allowed to start after 50mSec. This is done to reduce inrush current at power up. The signal Rec-Supply-On enables power to the print head, and is controlled by the main CPU. Power is only applied to the print head when the recorder is running.
RecVdc

+24V

Recorder Power Supply

R7 84.5K TP10 U2-fb + R12 10K C7 .01uF


A

To Motor
+12V + C4 1000uF L1 22uH D2 MBRS340T3 Q4-D + Q4 MTP30N06VL 1 3
A

C6 1uF TP14 U2 UC3843A U2-out 12 11

Q1 MTP30P06V 3 C8 1800uF 2 4 R16 19.6K 1 +24V-switch

Vcc

Vc

VFB COMP VREF

2 4

+5V

TP8

3 U2-comp 1 14

TP17 C11 .047uF Q3 2N7002 R14 10K

U2-Ref

PWR-GND

R6 10K n24VOn 1

OUT

10 TP19 R15 147

Q4-G

R13 10

R3 10K

To Printhead

RT/CT

GND

U2-RT

ISENSE

5 U2-Isense

Q4-s

Printhead Power Switch


R17 0.1 R18 no-load Rec-Supply-On R9 10K TP9 3 Q2-b R10 10K
A

Switcher Disable

TP21 1

A A

C13 5600pF
A

C14 2200pF 3
A

1 2

Q6-e TP23 R19 3.16K

Q2 MMBT3904L

Q6 MMBT3904L

R22 4.22K RecVdc R11 5.11K

6.3

Motor Driver:

Atlas uses a stepper motor to drive the paper. The microcontroller (U3) is programmed to apply the appropriate phased signal to the motor. A quad darlington switch (U6) amplifies the signal from the controller to signal levels needed to drive the motor. Motor speed timing is derived from the main CPU, and transmitted to U3 on signal line U3-clk (U2-pin2).

Appendix A
+24V 1

10/14/99
+24V

TP26 +5V C18 .047uF U3-10

R33 1.47K

D6 27V TP1 C19 .047uF 3

+ C20 47uF d6-c

14

U3 13 12 11 10 9 8 R35 1.47K U3-8


A

Vdd

Vss

D1 27V TP27 U3-9 n24Von TP67 R34 1.47K U6 ULN2065 u6-3 u6-6 u6-11 u6-14 3 6 11 14 1B 2B 3B 4B 1C 2C 3C 4C CLMP1 CLMP2 2 7 9 16 1 8 3 J3-1 J3-3 J3-4 J3-6 u6-clmp

U3-clk

2 3 4 5 6 7

ClkIn/Osc1/RB5 Clkout/Osc2/RB4 Vpp/MCLR/RB3 RC5/TOCK1 RC4 RC3

RB0 RB1 RB2 RC0 RC1 RC2

J3 1 2 3 4 5 6 CON6

PIC16C505

Connector Pin # 1 3 4 6 phase 1 2 3 4 + + +

TP28

TP29 U3-7

R36 1.47K

+ +

+ +

6.4

Temperature Amplifier:

The printer will print darker as temperature is increased. Print darkness can adjusted by controlling the time a dot is turned on. A thermistor is included on the printhead. This thermistor is nominally 30K, and decreases as temperature increases. The output of the temperature amplifier is a function of the thermistor voltage, Temp = .755*(1+R8/Rtherm). This voltage is digitized (on the main board), and the CPU can compensate dot width in order to maintain consistent printing over temperature.
Printhead Temperature Amplifier
C1 .047uF R1 51.1K 8 TP3 U1-3 R4 9.09K C2 .01uF U1-2
A

+5V

+5V

3 2

+ 4

R2 1K 1 U1A MC34072 Temp

TP54
A A

U1-1

TP6

R5 1K

C3 .01uF R8 23.7K C5 .01uF

+5V 2 Thermistor2 D3 3 BAV99L

Thermistor Input

Thermistor1

1
A

Appendix B

Part Number 6200-43E 620001-501 620004-501 620007-501 620013-501 620016-501 620032 620034 620035 620038 620105-1 620117 620119 620125-501 620126-6 620127 620131-1 620132-2 620133 620134-501 620138-501 620139-501 620140-501 620141 620142-1 620143 620144 620148 620149 620150-1 620159 620165 620167 620168-1 620169-2 620170 620171 620172-2 620173 620175 620176 620177 620178 620182 620187-501 620189 620192 620193 620194 620197 620198 620200-501

Atlas Repair Parts Description SERVICE MANUAL MAIN PCB ASSY - LOW END ATLAS CPU PCB ASSY FRONT PANEL DISPLAY PCB ASSY PRINTER PCB MAIN PCB ASSY - MID/HIGH END ETCO2 PCB ASSY ETCO2 CONNECTOR & CABLE NELLCOR SPO2 BD NELLCOR LABEL (CARTON) BATTERY DOOR PRINTER DOOR BUTTON LATCH SPO2 MAIN CASE/HANDLE SET BEZEL SET/HIGH HEAT TRANSFER METAL BRACKET FOR PRINT MAIN FOAM TOP FOAM BP FOAM GEAR ASSY PRINTER DOOR ASSY PRINTER FRAME ASSE MAIN PRINTER ASSY METAL HOUSING - TOP METAL HOUSING-BOTTOM (LG) NUT TEMPERATURE BRACKET SPO2 GASKET CO2 EXHAUST FITTING,1/16 X 1/8-27 NPT AC/DC POWER SUPPLY PRINT HEAD CABLE-CONN TO MAIN BD,ECG CABLE-MAIN BD TO DISPLAY BD CABLE ASSY POWER SUPPLY CABLE ASSY NELLCOR SENSOR CABLE ASSY NELLCOR CABLE ASSY SPEAKER CABLE ASSY AC CABLE-TEMP SENSOR TO MAIN CABLE ASSY - FAN CABLE ASSY - PRINTER CABLE ASSY - PRINT HEAD CABLE ASSY SP02 LABEL - RS232 PNEUMATIC SUB ASSY 4-20 X 5/16 SLT/TORX PN PL ZIN PNEUMATIC CONNECTOR (MACH) NUT, HEX 5/16-32 X.095 PNEUM WASHER,FLT.33 X.62 X.049 BUSHING, SPLIT NYLON FOOT CRT SUB ASY

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Appendix B

Part Number 620201-501 620201-502 620202-504 620205 620207 620373-501 620377-1 620377-2 620378-1 620378-2 620378-3 620378-4 620378-5 620378-6 620379-501 620385 620386 620387 620388-1 620388-2 620393 620394-1 620395-501 620402 620403 620524 761077-1

Atlas Repair Parts Description POWER SUPPLY ASSY (LOW END) POWER SUPPLY ASSY W/FAN MAIN HSG ASSY W/BATT & PRNTR 4-40 X .31 TX PN MC ST ZN NUT, M3-.5 HEX KEPS ST ZN NONIN SUB ASSEMBLY "NELLCOR WORKS HERE" LABEL NELLCOR PATENT LABEL ATLAS KEYPAD ATLAS KEYPAD ATLAS KEYPAD ATLAS KEYPAD ATLAS KEYPAD ATLAS KEYPAD MONITOR BOX W/INSERTS SUB-LABEL DISPLAY FASTON TAB SHUNT LABEL, NONIN SENSOR LABEL, NELLCOR SENSOR PWR SUPPLY INSULATOR LABEL WASHER, SHOULDER PLATED REPLACEMENT LAMP SUB-ASSY. SPACER, DOOR FLAT TIE HOLDER CABLE-CO2 TO MAIN BD TIE WRAP

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TO POWER
GRN Ground 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 +24V-SWITCH +24V-SWITCH THERMISTOR-1 THERMISTOR-2 STROBE

SUPPLY CAN
PRINT HEAD
ALL YELLOW

CABLE ASSEMBLY

CABLE ASSY

PRINTER

CABLE ASSY

PRINTHEAD ESD GROUND

DISPLAY BOARD 2

ORN

RELEASE TO PRODUCTION

TRANSLATED FROM:

PUMP/PNEUTRONICS VALVE

TOLERANCES .XX = ` .02 .XXX = ` .005 ANGLES ` 2


O

8
J2
+24V-SWITCH +5V KEY-CLOCK ON/OFF-KEY 1 PIC-Vprog Rec-Supply-On Not Connected Rec-Motor-Step +5V +12V 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Rec-Data-Latch Rec-Strobe Rec-Clock Rec-Data Ground Ground Rec+DCV Rec+DCV Rec+DCV Rec+DCV Rec+DCV Print-Temp Rec-GND Rec-GND Rec-GND Rec-GND 2 3 4 5 6 KEY-LATCH-N +5V KEY-DATA GROUND LED DATA ACON-LED LED-ON GROUND GROUND GROUND
PRINT TREND

GROUND GROUND GROUND GROUND +5V STROBE LATCH CLOCK

PRINT HEAD

P2
1 +24V-SWITCH THERMISTOR-1 THERMISTOR-2 STROBE GROUND GROUND GROUND GROUND +5V STROBE LATCH CLOCK DATA +24V-SWITCH +24V-SWITCH 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

14 15 16

DATA +24V-SWITCH +24V-SWITCH

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

5 POSITION JUMPER

LED-LATCH-N

RECORDER BOARD

GROUND

ACON-LED

LEAD-SELECT

7
P2

DISPLAY

CABLE ASSY

J2

J3

Rec-GND Rec-GND

WITH SWITCH

+24V

+24V

P3

CABLE ASSY

PHASE 4

PHASE 3

PHASE 2

PHASE 1

ETCO2 CONNECTOR

DISPLAY BOARD

YEL

BLK

RED

BRN

RED

ORN

MOTOR ESD GROUND

1 2 3 4 5 6

PHASE 1 +24V PHASE 2 PHASE 3 +24V PHASE 4

STEPPER MOTOR

CO2
+5V 5 POSITION JUMPER GROUND GROUND SILENCE-LED SILENCE-SWITCH

MOTOR

RECEIVER

GRN

Ground

TO POWER

SUPPLY CAN

6
J3 P3
5 4 3 2 1

CABLE ASSY

BOARD

SILENCE

RIBBON CABLE

NELLCOR SENSOR

YOKE

ANODE

RIBBON CABLE

FERRITE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 S+5V SGND SGND ISO+5VDIG SGND N/C SSpO2-Tx S-5V N/C SGND SPO2-RESET SGND SGND SGND WHT COAX 1 ANODE (DETECTOR) N/C N/C CATHODE (DET.SHIELD) GROUND (RCAL return) RCAL -LED N/C +LED GROUND 2 3 ORN 4 5 6 7 8 ORN 9 10 SHLD RED COAX GRN WHT BLK GRN SHLD RED BLK

ETCO2-TX(TO J4-15) ETCO2-RX(TO J4-17) GROUND +12V

1 2 3 4

BRN RED ORN YEL

CO2

CABLE ASSY

CO2 BOARD

RCAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 GRN
GND

+LED -LED M/C ANODE (DETECTOR) GROUND (RCAL RETURN) GROUND N/C CATHODE (DET SHIELD)

SPO2 NELCOR BOARD

SPO2 NELLCOR CONNECTOR


WITH SCREW

5
CABLE ASSY
ATTACHED TO SPO2 BRACKET

1 2

WATER TRAP SWITCH GROUND

FERRITE
J4 P4

FERRITE

J801 1 2 3 4 GROUNF 1 5

P801 Model 'MED/HIGH' CONTACT1-RELAY N/C


6 5 4 3 2 1

BLK

N/C RGND RX

6 POSITION JUMPER

P3

LITHIUM BATTERY (-)

LITHIUM BATTERY (-)

LITHIUM BATTERY (+)

LITHIUM BATTERY (+)

RIBBON CABLE

CABLE ASSY
1 N/C RED BLK N/C COAX GRN SHLD ORN YEL PHOTO DIODE SIGNAL SENSOR TYPE LINE CABLE SHIELD SIGNAL SHIELD PHOTO DIODE BIAS J5 J6 J7 J8 J9 LED DRIVE LINE LED DRIVE LINE J2 J3 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 J1 J4 J15 J17 1 2 3 4

+12V

J3

NELCOR

VIDEO

GRID 2

FOCUS

GROUND

SPO2 ESD GROUND

N/C LED DRIVE LINE LED DRIVE LINE N/C PHOTO DIODE SIGNAL SENSOR TYPE LINE CABLE SHIELD SIGNAL SHIELD PHOTO DIODE BIAS

NONIN SENSOR

J3 MODEL 'LOW'

J2 MODEL 'LOW'

INTENSITY

CABLE ASSY

P403
1

J403
SGND

J402
SGND SGND

P402
1 2

EKG-PWM-ADC NIBP-SAFETY GROUNF

2 3 4
2 1

6 7 8
2 1 P3 P2

TX RGND CONTACT2-RELAY

BATTERY

P401
GRN YEL RED BLK 1 2 3 4

J401
f+V SGND sSpO2Tx SGND

SGND SPO2-RESET SGND N/C S-5V SSpO2-TX N/C S+5V SGND SGND ISO+5Vdig SGND

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

+3.3V NIBP-PWM-ADC +3.3V GROUND GROUND RS232-TX NIBP-OVERPRESSURE PIC-DATA GROUND RS232-RX ETCO2-TX SPO2-TX ETCO2-RX

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

J7 PIC-VPROG REC-SUPPLY-ON N/C REC-MOTOR-STEP +5V +12V

P7 1 2 3 4 5 6 REC-DATA-LATCH

YEL

BLK

RED

ORN GRN 5 4

P2

DEFLECTION BOARD

J2

VERTICAL -

VERTICAL +

HORIZONTAL -

HORIZONTAL +

TUBE GROUND

SPO2 NONIN BOARD

J8
+5V KEY-CLOCK ON/OFF-KEY

P8
1 2 3 KEY-LATCH-N

7 REC-STROBE REC-CLOCK REC-DATA GROUND 8 9 10 11 GROUND

SPO2 NONIN CONNECTOR ECG TEMP


ECG CABLE ASSY
DRAWN APPROVED REL TO PROD

YOKE AND CABLE ASSY

WHT BLK RED BLU BRN GRN

NONIN

P501
1 2 3 4 5 6

P601
YEL 1

CABLE ASSY

4 3 2 CAD SOFTWARE: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES SCALE DATE

FUSE

P3
1 2 3 4

SPO2-RX

18

12

J3
+12V GROUND ETCO2-Rx(TO J4-17) ETCO2-Tx(TO J4-15) YEL ORN RED BRN

SPARE-2 NC ADC-CLOCK NIBP-DATA FE-CLOCK NIBP-15mmHg SPI-DATA-OUT LED-LATCH

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

+5V KEY-DATA GROUND LED DATA ACON-LED LED-ON GROUND

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 GROUND

REC+DCV REC+DCV REC+DCV REC+DCV REC+DCV PRINT-TEMP REC-GND

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 REC-GND

RED RED

J501
RIGHT-ARM LEFT-ARM LEFT-LEG GROUND V-LEAD RIGHT-LEG

SPI-CLOCK VIDEO-HSYNC BATT-ID SPARE-3 NC FE-DATA POWER-SYNC

26 27 28 29 30 31

12 GROUND LED-LATCH-N 13 14

20 REC-GND REC-GND REC-GND REC-GND 21 22 23 24

P6
1 2 3 4 +12V

J6

REC-MOTOR-STEP VBACKUP GROUND VIDEO-VSYNC VIDEO-HSYNC GROUND NIBP-VALVE-CLOSE PIC-CLK VIDEO-VSYNC

32 33 34 35 36 37

MODEL MED/HIGH P2 P2
BATTERY BATTEY-ID 1 2 RED BLK BLK

J601
TEMP-IN ORN 2 GROUND

5 6

VIDEO-DATA GROUND

SPEAKER-AUDIO NIBP-OFFSET-DAC N/C AC-ON NIBP2-PW-ADC (unused) N/C GROUND GROUND VIDEO-DATA KEY-LATCH-N GROUND RS232-CTS NURSE-CALL REC-CLOCK REC-DATA-LATCH REC-DATA REC-STROBE HRESET SCL SPI-DATA-IN SDC GROUND
AC+12V AC+12V AC+12V GROUND GROUND GROUND GROUND

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 GROUND
+12V Ground NC

GROUND

J10-Model 'LOW'
1 N/C

2 N/C 3 +5V 4 GROUND 5 RX 6 TX 7 N/C 8 N/C

MAIN BOARD

FAN

CPU BOARD

CABLE ASSY

CABLE ASSY
PUMP -

BATTERY

60

J1

J5

CABLE ASSY

PUMP +

VALVE -

SP

VALVE +

J11

SM

N/C

J201

TEMPERATURE CONNECTOR

P1

P5

P11

RED

RED

RED

BLK

BLK

BLK

BLK

P201

5 BLK

4 RED

2 ORN

1 WHT

RED
BLU RED

BLK RED RED RED BLK BLK BLK 1 2 3 4 5 6 AC+12V AC+12V AC+12V GROUND GROUND GROUND

POWER SUPPLY

BLK

FAN

FASTON

TO PCA WITH

REV

X3

GND ATTACHED

GND

GND

WITH SCREW

GRN YEL

FERRITE

ATTACHED TO PS CAN

CABLE ASSY

CABLE ASSY

POWER SUPPLY

JB ENGEL -

BLK

RED

BLK

DESCRIPTION

WHT

WHT

DATE

DATE

TITLE

OR SALE OF EQUIPMENT OR DEVICES WITH

FERRITE

AND SHALL NOT BE REPRODUCED, OR COPI

THESE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS AR

07/21/99

PRO-E ME-10

FINISH:

B
1
NONE SHEET 1of
REV DRAWING NO.

BLK

SPEAKER

MATERIAL:

WHT GRN YEL

PUMP

VALVE

ECN/ECO

OUT WRITTEN PERMISSION.

IN-LINE FUSE

INTERCONNECT DIAGRAM 620396 X3


1

A/C

INIT

E THE PROPERTY OF WELCH ALLYN, INC. ED, OR USED AS A BASIS FOR MANUFACTU

CABLE ASSY

AC RECEPTACLE

SPEAKER

DATE

CABLE ASSY

RECEPTICLE

TM

CKD

RE

Atlas Drawings and Schematics Drawing Number 620002 620002 620002 620002 620002 620002 620005 620005 620005 620005 620005 620005 620008 620008 620008 620008 620008 620011 620014 620017 620017 620017 620017 620017 620017 620017 620017 620020 620027 620201 620032 620150 620154/1255210 620152 620156 620165 620166 620169 620187 620524 Rev. C C C C C C C C C C C C B B B B B C B D D D D D D D D A B A B B B A B A C C B A Sheet No. 1of 6 2 of 6 3 of 6 4 of 6 5 of 6 6 of 6 1 of 6 2 of 6 3 of 6 4 of 6 5 of 6 6 of 6 1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5 1 of 1 1 of 1 1 of 8 2 of 8 3 of 8 4 of 8 5 of 8 5 of 8 7 of 8 8 of 8 1 of 1 1 of 1 1 of 1 1 of 1 1 of 1 1 of 1 1 of 1 1 of 1 1 of 1 1 of 1 1 of 1 1 of 1 1 of 1 Size C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C B B B B B B B B B B Name Main Board - Model 200 NIBP Electronics Power Supply DC/DC Power Isolation and Sp02 Interface ECG AMP ECG A/D Interface Atlas CPU Sub System FPGA I/O Filters Flash, SDRAM 8 HRESET Config Word Power PC MP C823 CPU Power Distribution Front Panel Display Board Keyboard Scanner Temp/Pulse LED Drivers NIBP LED Drivers Sp02 LED Drivers CRT Deflection Board Printer Electronics Main Board - Model 220 NIBP Electronics DC/DC Power Supply Power Isolation and Sp02 Interface ECG AMP ECG A/D Interface Respiration Serial Communication Transformer Isolator ECG Patient Cable Power Supply Sub Assembly ETC02 PCB Assembly Power Supply 50W Assy, Nonin Sp02 Board with Shield Motor Stepper Pump, Pneumatic Cable Assembly ECG Cable Assembly CO2 Cable Assembly Nellcor Sensor Pneumatic Sub Assembly Cable Assembly CO2 Description Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Connector/Header Detail Test Points U7 Detail Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Schematic Component Schematic Component Schematic Exploded View of Sub Assembly Isometric View of ETCO2 PCB Performance Specification Code for Rev Level of Firmware/Software Motor Schematics and Values Valves Cable Pinout Cable Pinout Cable Pinout Exploded View of Pneumatic Sub Cable Pinout

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AC/DC Power Connector


AC+12V J1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CON7
4

+5V EKG-PWM-ADC +5V 6 14 U1C 74HCT04

14

REV A 5 FE-PWM-ADC B
D

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet Improvements for ESD and Fast Transients
Mods to U2 clock line, NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39118 5-39456 5-39822 5-39934

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/23/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

Rec+12V Rec-GND

R7 AC 150 minimum

TP7 C FE-Data-Clock D TP8

load

+12V

EKG-Data-Clock

8 U1D 74HCT04 7 14 +5V

+5V J9 1 2
A D

C22 .047uF

Fan Connector
J5 C39 .047uF
D

EKG-ADC-Clock 14

11 +5V 7
D

10 U1E 74HCT04 TP9

FE-ADC-Clock

Recorder ESD Ground


Rec-GND

Tab-.187 U2-Reset 16

1 2 CON2 FE-Data 13

12 14 U1F 74HCT04 7
D

Backup Battery
J2 1 2 CON2 BT1 BR-2/3A J3 1 2 CON2
D

BackupBattery TP5 R22 10K q4-d 3 Q4 2N7002 2 LithMeas TP6 14 11 10 12 13

VCC

Serial Data Out QA SER


SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH U2 74HCT595

FE-Data-In +5V TP10 4 U1B 74HCT04 7


D

TP1 TP2 TP3 TP4 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 LED-On Power-Sync

NIBP - Page 2
Audio-Shutdown EROM-wr NIBP-A/D-SelC NIBP-A/D-SelB NIBP-A/D-SelA NIBP-Pump-On NIBP-ADC-Clock NIBP-Safety NIBP-15mmHg NIBP-Overpressure NIBP-Valve-Close NIBP-PWM-ADC NIBP-Offset-DAC

FE-Pwr-Sync

Page2
R23 10K 1

14

+12V
D D

GND

3V Lithium

+5V

C23 .047uF 1

CRT Board Connector


+12V J6 Video-VSync Video-HSync Video-Data 1 2 3 4 5 6 CON6

SPO2-Rx

2 U1A 74HCT04 7

SpO2Out

Serial I/O connector


+5V C30 10uF + +5V J10
D

+3.3V

VCC

C3 220pF
3

Main PCA Connector


J4
D

RS232-RX

12 9 11 10 1 3 4 5 2 6

NIBP-Safety +3.3V R20 215 NIBP-OP ETCO2-Tx ETCO2-Rx Spare-2 NIBP-Data NIBP-15mmHg LED-Latch Video-HSync Spare-3 Power-Sync Vbackup NIBP-Valve-Close Video-VSync NIBP-Offset-DAC ac-on Key-Latch-n Rec-Clock Rec-Data HRESET SPI-data-in

PIC-Data

U7 AT24C02N-10SC-2.7 SCD SCL 5 6 SDA SCL

TP15 TP16 R15 1.96K


D

GND

C2 .047uF
D

Vbackup

C1 .047uF
D

HRESET

Socket 30x2
D
2

9 8
D

LED-Data +5V

14

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60

R1OUT R2OUT T1IN T2IN C+ C1C2+ C2V+ V-

R1IN R2IN T1OUT T2OUT

13 8 14 7

Rx Tx

TP11 NIBP-PWM-ADC RS232-Tx PIC-Data RS232-Rx SPO2-Tx SPO2-Rx ADC-Clock FE-Clock SPI-Data-Out SPI-Clock Batt-ID FE-Data Rec-Motor-Step PIC-Clk Speaker-Audio NIBP2-PW-ADC R6 Video-Data Nurse-Call Rec-Data-Latch Rec-Strobe SCD 1.21K
D

TP17 TP13 +3.3V C29 .047uF TP12 C31 0.1uF TP18 7 U7-wc +5V Key-Clock
D D

U8-1 U8-3 U8-4 U8-5 U8-2 U8-6

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 RJ-45

16

Model 200 Serial I/O (manufacturing test only)

U8 SP232ACN

GND

WC

14

A0 A1 A2

1 2 3

VCC

C32 0.1uF

C33 0.1uF

C34 0.1uF

15

TP14

C5 +5V 1

.047uF

Front Panel Display Connector +5V


D

3 2 U3A 74HCT08 7 PIC-Clk Speaker-Audio R5 1.21K R16 3.48K


D

+3.3V 14 +5V

Key-Clock-b Key-Latch-n-b Key-Data LED-Data-b LED-On LED-Latch-b

2 4 6 8 10 12 14

J8 CON14AP 1 + + 3 + + 5 + + 7 + + 9 + + 11 + + 13 + + ACON-LED

On/Off-Key + C4 330uF

Page3

4 6 Key-Latch-n 5 U3B 74HCT08 7 +5V filt+12V Q1 MMBT3906L 2 3 R1 10K


D D D

10 14 U3C 74HCT08 7

Q1-e R2 1.96K Q2-c

TP19 +3.3V

12

Jumper wire from J4-20 to J4-55

11 LED-Latch 13 U3D 74HCT08 ACON R3 10K TP21 7

TP20 R21 10K

Q2-b 1 R4 10K 2

Q2 MMBT3904L

ac-on

Speaker Drive
TP22 PIC-Vprog Rec-clock Rec-Data Rec+12V TP23 C36 4.7uF R17-1 + 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 + C7 330uF C8 .047uF R18 619 U9-3 C37 0.1uF R17 19.6K U9-4 3 4 Audio-Shutdown TP24 TP25

+5V

C35 4.7uF +

Page1
3 1 2 Q3 2N7002

1 6

4Vpp max. J11 5 8 U9 TPA301 SP SM 1 2 3 CON3

+ 2 7

J7 Rec-Supply-On Rec-Motor-Step +5V +12V Rec-Data-Latch Rec-Strobe Rec-Clock Rec-Data 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12


D

Print-Temp

R19 19.6K
1

C14 .047uF

C20 .047uF

CON24B

C38 220pF Rec-GND Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production Date

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Recorder Board Connector

Rick Myers Mar 5, 1999 Rick Myers Mar 5, 1999 Title L.Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/17/99 Size C Date:

Main Board - Model 200


Document Number 620002 Friday, July 09, 1999
E

Rev D Sheet 1 of 6

REV PIC-Vprog Rec-Data Rec-Clock C filt+12V D TP315 VOUT ERR 1 5 + C324 4.7uF TP26 TP27 LP2951CD-3.3
D

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet Improvements for ESD and Fast Transients
Mods to U2 clock line, NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39118 5-39456 5-39822 5-39934

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/23/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

A B

U304
4

u304-fb + C323 4.7uF

8 7 3 6 2

VIN FDBK SHTDN GND TAP SENS

Vb
4

C325 .047uF

14

R318 10K

U305

Vdd

PIC-Data On/Off-Key

2 3 4

Vss RB0 RB1 RB2 RC0 RC1 RC2 13 12 11 10 9 8 TP320 R319 up-reset 19.6K HRESET PIC-audio R320 1.62K Speaker-Audio

ClkIn/Osc1/RB5 Clkout/Osc2/RB4 Vpp/MCLR/RB3 TC5/TOCK1 RC4 RC3

Page 1
PIC-Clk

TP313 On-Off

5 6 7

D620361-MX10000

On/Off Switch
Q301 L301 47uH AC+12V
3

TP316

TP317 U2-Reset

MTP23P06V 3 R303 10K 1 2 4 TP318 R314 100 d304-1 1 3 Q301-G TP319 R316 100 BackupBattery d304-2 C322 .047uF 2 VBackup D304 MMBD354LT1
3

+ C301 1000uF

C302 1uF

C303 .01uF

C304 330uF

C305 .01uF

D305 NO LOAD

R301 51.1K + 3 C306 330uF C307 .047uF

+12V

C328-1 TP301 C328 1uF + R302 100K

Q302-B 1 Q302 MMBT3904L TP321 2 Q305 MTP23P06V 3

L302 47uH 2 4 Q305-s C321 .047uF C327 .047uF +6V

+6V Buck (5.68V nominal)


2

C326 .047uF 1 Q305-g

D303 MBRS340

C314 330uF

R304 127K R313 10 U301-fb R305 100K TP302 Q304 MMBT3904L 3 2 C313 .047uF R312 1.96K U301 UC3843A U301-out 12 11 1 U302 LM2940CT-5.0 Q304-e 1 TP303 1 IN GND OUT 3 + C316 10uF C317 .047uF +5V

R306 10K

TP304 C311-1 TP306 C311 2200pF U301-comp 3 TP307

D301 BAV99L 3 + TP305 C315 1uF

D D

VFB COMP VREF

Vcc

Vc

3 1 14

Q303-c R310 1.96K 3 TP308 Q303-b

PWR-GND

Q306 2N7002 1 2 C309 .047uF R307 7.5K 7

OUT

10

1 2

Q303 MMBT3904L 1

U303 LF33CV IN GND OUT 3 + C319 100uF C320 .047uF +3.3V

RT/CT

GND

ISENSE

R311 10K

C310 2200pF

U301-osc

R308 27.4K U301-5

TP310

TP309 R309 10K Initial TP312 5Vref ACON Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production
A B C D

Date

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Schematic: 620002.dsn

Rick Myers Mar 5, 1999 Rick Myers Mar 5, 1999 Title L.Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/17/99 Size C Date:

Power Supply - DC/DC


Document Number 620002 Friday, July 09, 1999
E

Rev D Sheet 3 of 6

L201 220uH +12V C229 10uF +

TP201 P+12V TP202 R207 464K C205 P+12V P+5V


A

REV A B R208 1.96K


A

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet Improvements for ESD and Fast Transients
Mods to U2 clock line, NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39118 5-39456 5-39822 5-39934

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/23/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

+5V

C D NIBP-Overpressure

.047uF TP206 R206 1K U203-3 U203-2 C203 R202 174 C222 .01uF R210 464K 3 2 8 + 4

U201 78L05 8 C201 .047uF IN GND GND GND OUT GND 1

R201 576

1 U203A LM393

C202 4.7uF

P+12V .047uF 8
A

P+12V P+5V 8 +5V 5 P+5V 14

TP207 U202-3 R203 3.32K 3 2

TP208

TP209

TP203 7 U208B MC34072

TP204 u207-9

A A

+ -

1 P+12V U202A MC34072


A

+ 4

9 8 10 U207C 74HCT00 7

6 R211 1.96K 8

R209 1K U203-5 5 U203-6 6

P+5V TP240

TP210

+ 4

7 U203B LM393

NIBP-15mmHg

U208-7

P+5V 14

TP211 C226 .047uF L202 Bead C204 .047uF P201-pwr C232 .047uF 3
A

R204 150 U202-5 R205 750

P+12V P+.75V 8 5 6 TP212

C223 .01uF

Over Pressure Fault Circuit


R239 1K +12V +6V
A

12 11 13 U207D 74HCT00 7

A A

+ -

7 U202B MC34072
A

Primary Transducer
0mmHG = 0.5V 300mmHG = 4.0V
3

R236 3.83K R212 56.2K 2 P201-Out

TP213 Q202 MMFT2N02EL Q202-G 1 3 Q202-D

TP214 TP215 R240 10K C206 .022uF P+12V TP216 C209 .047uF NIBP-Safety R241 10K TP217 R219 1.96K U204-1 TP218 3 Q201-B 1 2 3 Q201 MMBT3904L R243 100K

Gain and Comp

2 4

R242 10K

6 P201-6 C227 680pF

U204-3

3 2

+ -

P201 XFPM-050KPGR-P1

A A

1 U204A MC34072 R217 5.62K C231 .01uF

P+5V

J201 1 D201-A C228 .047uF D202 BAV99L 2 Valve+ ValvePump+ Pump1 2 3 4 5 CON5 R246 31.6 NIBP-A/D-SelC NIBP-A/D-SelB

Zero Adjust +/-20mmHg range


R244 38.3K R214 10K NIBP-Offset-DAC C207-1 R215 100K TP219 R216 19.6K U204-5 5 6 + C207 1uF C208 1uF + TP220

P+12V

R213 237K

4
A

U204-2 TP221 TP222

+ -

7 U204B MC34072

PWM D/A 76.8KHz

R218 23.7K

NIBP-A/D-SelA

7 8

5 6

A A

A/D Mux
U204-7 P+.75V 8 7
A

Q203 MMDF2N02E NIBP-Valve-Close 2 1 3 4 NIBP-Pump-On

9 10 11 6 P+12V P+12V C211 .047uF 8


A

VSS

C B A INH X7 X6 X5 X4 X3 X2 X1 X0 16

VEE

R248 1K

R249 1K
2

U209 4051

LithMeas C216 .047uF TP224 Print-Temp P4.25V P.75V PrimaryPres SafetyPres +5V/2 R228 +5V 1.96K U206A MC34072 R223 21.5K C214 .047uF C217 .047uF
A

Safety Transducer
8 P202-Out+ P202-2 3 2 + 4

VDD

TP226 R227 5.11K 1 U206-1

4 2 5 1 12 15 14 13

TP225 R235 3.48K X 3 C230 .047uF R237 464K


A

U209-Out

U210-2

TP227

NIBP PWM A/D Converter


TP228

U205-3

3 2

+ -

1 U205A MC34072

C210 .047uF

R229 1.96K

P+5V

P202 FPNS-07PGR

TP229
A

C212 680pF 1 3 + 6 8 P202-OutP202-5 5 5 6 R220 806 TP233 5VRef


A

U206-2

P+5V TP231 R230 10K TP230 U208-3 P+12V 1 5 4 C221 .047uF C224 1000pF R234 3.48K U210-3 6

P+5V P+12V R224 1K TP232 7 U206B MC34072 U206-7 R225 1K C218 4.7uF
A

C225 .047uF

P+5V
A

+ 4

R231 73.2K

C219 .047uF 3
A A

2 + 3 -

7 U210 MAX941

U210-7

4 6 5 U207B 74HCT00
A

14

NIBP-PWM-ADC

+ -

1 U208A MC34072 C220 .01uF

U208-1

+ U207A 74HCT00 R232 10K U208-2

TP235

U206-6
A

14

P+12V

1 3 TP236 R233 3.48K D201-C TP238 7 U205-7


A

Zero Offset

R221 3.16K

TP237 8 5 6

R226 21.5K

C215 .047uF

NIBP-ADC-Clock

2 D201 MMBD1503A

1 Initial Drawn Designed Checked Date

+ -

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7 U205B MC34072

U207-3 TP234

Rick Myers Mar 5, 1999 Rick Myers Mar 5, 1999 Title L.Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/17/99 Size C Date:

C213 .01uF

R222 1K

NIBP Electronics
Document Number 620002 Friday, July 09, 1999
E

Approved Release For Production

Rev D Sheet 2 of 6

REV A U403 LP2951C iso+5Vdig C403 .047uF C406 100uF + C415 1uF + 1 5 VOUT ERR VIN FDBK SHTDN TAP SENS
S

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet Improvements for ESD and Fast Transients
Mods to U2 clock line, NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39118 5-39456 5-39822 5-39934

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/23/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

B 8 7 3 GND 6 2 U403-7 TP401 C401 .047uF


S

C D

Isolation Barrier

Isolated SpO2 Circuits

filt+12V

Grounded SpO2 Circuits


+ C412 10uF

D401 fVcc C405 100uF + MBRS130T3 R419 215


S

T401-1 C409 470pf T401 C409-1 1 5 C421-1 C421 470pf 2 TP406 8 T401-8 TP408 D405 BAV99L Q401-g R407 10 Q402-e 3 4 2 3 D403 Q401 MTD3055V IsoXfmr R406 0.2 TP414 TP415 TP417
D E E S

+12V TP402

C402 .047uF fVcc


S

TP403

R405 215 C414 .047uF 15 U402 VREF 16 10 3 6 7 2 1 9 U402-rt U402-ct U402-ref

TP404

TP405 R415 100 f+5V C416 .047uF U401-7 7 U401B MC34072 8 TP407 R416 10K 5 6 + C418 4.7uF
S S

+ 4

iso+5Vdig

TP409 U402-e R409 5.11K U402-sen 4 5 12 11 13 14 CA EA CB EB +SENSE -SENSE

fVee C407 100uF MBRS130T3 +

T401-4

1 3

2 2

VIN

U401-5

C420 .047uF

SHTDWN OSCOUT RT CT V+ VCOMP LM3524DM 8 GND

FE-Pwr-Sync

TP411

C417 680pf

C404 .047uF
S

Q402 MMBT3906L 3

TP412

TP413

U402-1

R408 100 Q401-s

TP416

C410 .01uF

C411 2200pF +5V

R410 10K

fVcc R417 10K TP419 J403 1 2 Tab-.187


S

SpO2 ESD Ground


U401-3 U401-2 R418 5.11K 3 2

TP420 R403 1K 1 U401A MC34072 U401-1 iso401-a

U410 4N25 1 6 iso401-b 5 4 2 R404 316K opto-fb R411 5.11K

+ 4

J401 1 2 3 4 CON4 fVcc sSpO2tx + C419 10uF iso+5Vdig

TP421 R401 10K C408 .01uf

TP422 R402 10K C408-2

R420 9.09K
S

iso+5Vdig C413 .047uF

S D E

+5V

sSpO2tx
2

1 2

Q403 MMBT3904L R412 511 Q403-e U411 HCNW4503 iso402-a 2 8 6 3 5


D E

TP423

R414 6.19K R421 10K u411-6 C422 .047uF

TP424

SpO2Out C423 1000pF

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


A B C D

Date

Welch Allyn Inc.


Schematic: 620002.dsn

Rick Myers Mar 5, 1999 Rick Myers Mar 5, 1999 Title L.Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/17/99 Size C Date:

Power Iso and SpO2 interface


Document Number 620002 Friday, July 09, 1999
E

Rev D Sheet 4 of 6

REV A U501 fVcc C + C534 4.7uF C518 .047uF C520 .047uF C522 .047uF C524 .047uF C526 .047uF C528 .047uF C530 .047uF C532 .047uF D
E E E E E E E E E

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet Improvements for ESD and Fast Transients
Mods to U2 clock line, NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39118 5-39456 5-39822 5-39934

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/23/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

U502

U503

U504

U505

U506

U507

U508

Defib Protect RFI Filtering


4

fVee C535 4.7uF C519 .047uF C521 .047uF C523 .047uF C525 .047uF C527 .047uF C529 .047uF C531 .047uF C533 .047uF
4

TP501 R506 10K fVcc TP502 R507 10K fVee D501 MMBD1503A 1 J501 CON6 1 2 3 4 5 6 Right-Arm N501 LAMP NEON R501 51.1K 3 2 TP503 -clamp 2 +clamp 1

D506 BAV99L 2 3

1 D507 BAV99L

Input Buffers Gain = 9.26


RA LA LL fVcc

TP504 R508 10K U501-3 3 2 8 TP505

D501-3

16

+ -

VDD

C501 220pF

C506 220pF

TP507

R509 22Meg R509-1

U501A MC34002 TP509

R517 10K 0.1%

C510 220pF

TP508 R529 R530 10K 10K

fVee R557 22Meg U501-2 R518 1.21K 0.1% TP513


E

Shield
D502 MMBD1503A

RA RA LA aVR aVL aVF V-

13 14 15 12 1 5 2 4 6 11 10 9

X0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7

mux- 3 2

+ -

fVcc 1
3

VSS

TP511 R502 51.1K Left-Arm N502 LAMP NEON R510 10K 3 D502-3

R532

10K

VEE

VLdsOff TP512 U501-5 R511 22Meg TP519 R511-1 5 6

+ -

7 R533 U501B MC34002 TP520 R519 10K 0.1% C511 220pF R534 10K 10K

VDD

C502 220pF

C507 220pF

U506 4051 X 3 mux+ 5 6

16

R558 22Meg

U501-6 R520 1.21K 0.1% TP525


E

R535 R536 R537 8

10K 10K 10K


E

U507B MC34002

TP522

U508-1

fVee

TP521

D503 MMBD1503A fVcc 1 R503 51.1K Left-Leg N503 LAMP NEON 3 2 TP523 R512 10K U502-3 R513 22Meg TP531 R513-1
S E E

LA LL LL RA LA LL V+

13 14 15 12 1 5 2 4 6 11 10 9

X0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7

+ -

diff+

R545 3 10K 0.1% U508-2 2

+ -

1 U508A AD712 C542 220pF

4 3

+ 5

VLdsOff TP524 3 2

VSS

VEE

D503-3

+ -

1 8 7 fVee TP528 TP529


E E

C503 220pF

C508 220pF

U502A MC34002 TP533

R521 10K 0.1%

C512 220pF

ecg-hp C516 .047uF

U508-5

5 6

+ -

fVee R559 22Meg U502-2 TP535 TP536 TP537 R548 1Meg R549 110K Q504-d
E

D504 MMBD1503A TP538 1 R504 51.1K


2

fVcc 2 R514 10K VLdsOff TP539 8 U502-5 R515 22Meg TP542 R515-1 5 6

R522 1.21K 0.1% TP540


E

Mux-LdS-A Mux-LdS-B Mux-LdS-C

fVee U508-6 R552 1K

TP526

TP527
2

V-Lead N504 LAMP NEON

D504-3

+ -

7 U502B MC34002 TP543 R523 10K 0.1%

TP530 C513 220pF TP532 Q504 2N7002 22 Q504-s 1 Q504-g 1 R553 100K Sw-MonBw
E

C504 220pF

C509 220pF

fVee R560 22Meg U502-6 R524 1.21K 0.1% fVcc TP562 Q501 2N7002 Q502 2N7002 2 3 VLdsOff f+1.24V 1
E

Q506 2N7002 3

VLdsOff

TP547 8 TP548 U503B MC34002 7 R555 30.1K 5 6 C536 .01uF R556 10K U503-5 f+5V

Q501-S

+ 4

3 D505 BAV99L 1 R505 51.1K Right-Leg TP550 3 2 Sw-RLD-V 1

TP560

fVee U504
E E

D505-3 Sw-RLD-RL

3 1 14 16 11 9 6 8 13 4 5

S1 IN1 S2 IN2 S3 IN3 S4 IN4 V+ VGND DG202CSE

D1 D2 D3 D4

2 15 10 R516 7 RL-mux 10K TP549 U503A MC34002 1 fVcc R525 10K 3 2


E

N505 LAMP NEON


1

C505 220pF

Sw-RLD-LL Sw-RLD-LA

vRL

Sw-RLD-RA fVcc fVee

TP559

+
E

A/D Inputs Leads Off

Lead Select

V+ fVcc

Wilson Network

fVcc

TP506 U505 4051

1 U507A MC34002

diff-

Diff Amp Gain = 1


R544 10K 0.1% U508-3

C544 1000pF

fVee

R546 10K 0.1%

TP510 R531 10K


E

INH A B C

TP514 TP515 fVcc fVee TP516 fVcc


E

fVcc

TP557

TP558 u509-4 fVcc R565 121K

C543 .047uF

1 U509 LMC7101 fVee

diff-out

fVee fVee R547 10K 0.1%

INH A B C

C545 1000pF

High Pass (0.05Hz or 0.5Hz) Low Pass (150Hz)


TP517 C515 3.3uF R550 19.6K

fVcc

Gain Stage Gain = 74


TP518 7 U508B AD712

An-ECG

R551 73.2K

C517 .01uF

+ -

R526 10K Initial Date

U503-2

RLD Amp
R527 1K

Welch Allyn Inc.


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fVee C514-2

C514 0.1uF

Drawn Designed TP552 Checked Approved Release For Production

Rick Myers Mar 5, 1999 Rick Myers Mar 5, 1999 Title L.Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/17/99 Size C Date:

TP551

R528 51.1K

ECG Amp
Document Number 620002 Friday, July 09, 1999
E

Rev D Sheet 5 of 6

REV A U601 fVcc C622 .047uF + C609 4.7uF C623 .047uF C624 .047uF U602 U603 B C D

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet Improvements for ESD and Fast Transients
Mods to U2 clock line, NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39118 5-39456 5-39822 5-39934

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/23/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

fVcc
4

fVcc U601 fVee C625 .047uF C614 4.7uF C626 .047uF C627 .047uF Sw-RLD-V
E E E E

Isolation Barrier

U602

U603 R623 46.4K

TP625 5 6 SW-RL-V f+1.24V iso+5Vdig iso+5Vdig iso+5Vdig C629 .047uF TP627 U604-1 TP602 U604-2 14
D E

U604 f+5V fVee + C631 4.7uF fVcc fVcc


E

16

R622 46.4K

TP601 3 2 f+1.24V Sw-DiagBw Sw-RLD-RL Sw-RLD-LL

Sw-MonBw

1 U607A LM393 TP604

+ 4

9 TP621 fVee TP623 TP624 TP622

QH TP605

GND

QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH

SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G

VCC

12 13

U605-out U606 74HCT595 Sw-RLD-LA Sw-RLD-RA Mux-LdS-C Mux-LdS-B Mux-LdS-A 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 fVee 8 7 VSS VEE TP607 QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH

16

14

VCC

SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G

14 11 10 12 13 U604-4

u604-3

GND

14

TP609 vRL f+1.24V RA LA LL V+ An-ECG

U604-5

U603out

VDD

R605 3.48K

U602-2

R607 464K iso+5Vdig U602-5

16

R601 10K f+5V


2

fVcc U601-3 8 TP616 C603 680pF 2 U602-3 R606 3.48K 3 U601-1

U602-7

14

5 6 8

U604-8

R602 73.2K f+5V TP617 14 TP630 R603 46.4K


E

3 2

+ 4 1

Q601-e

U601A MC34072

fVcc U604E 74HCT04


E

TP620 7 U601B MC34072

5 6
E

+ 4

fVee U601-7 f+5V

14

13

12 U604F 74HCT04
E

7 U607B LM393

+ -

Serial/Parallel Control Data


U605 74HCT595 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

f+5V U604A 74HCT04 2 R625 10K

R613 6.19K
D E

C641 0.1uF 8 U613-6 6

+5V U613 HCNW4503 2 R619 619 3 iso604-a FE-Data-In

14 11 10

5 C634 220pF
E D E D E

TP603

iso+5Vdig
E

TP628 f+5V U604B 74HCT04 4 R626 10K

R615 6.19K
D E

C642 0.1uF 8

+5V U612 HCNW4503


3

2 R620 619 3 iso603-a FE-Data-Clock

U612-6 C635 220pF

6 5

Mux-A/D-C Mux-A/D-B Mux-A/D-A

U605-12

TP606 C637 1000pF

E D E

iso+5Vdig

TP608

9 10 11 6 4 2 5 1 12 15 14 13

C B A INH X7 X6 X5 X4 X3 X2 X1 X0

R628 10K

TP629
D E

f+5V U604C 74HCT04 6 R627 5.11K

R617 2.15K
D E

C628 0.1uF 8 U611-6 6

U611 HCNW4503 2

+5V

A/D Mux
U603 4051 TP610 TP611 TP612

U604-6

R621 215 3 iso602-a FE-ADC-Clock

5 C636 100pF
E D E D E

iso+5Vdig TP613 fVcc f+5V R608 1K TP615 1 Q601 MMBT3904L C632 .047uF +5V
E
2

TP614

fVcc

+ -

7 U602 LM311

8 U604D 74HCT04
E

R611 6.19K R610 511 iso601-a 2 U610 HCNW4503 8

C621 0.1uF

U601-2 C601 10 U604-10 R604 10K D601-2 2 D601 MMBD1503A TP619 1000pF 1 fVee TP618

TP626 R624 6 3 5
D E

11

PWM A/D Converter

fVee

U610-6 5.11K

FE-PWM-ADC C633 100pF

Integrator Input
(U604-10) +5V

52uSec 781uSec

Comparator Inputs

Analog In -5V
1

PWM-Out
(U604-8)

Initial

Date

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Schematic: 620002.dsn

PWM-timer
Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production
B C D

Rick Myers Mar 5, 1999 Rick Myers Mar 5, 1999 Title L.Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/17/99 Size C Date:

ECG A/D and Interface


Document Number 620002 Friday, July 09, 1999
E

Rev D Sheet 6 of 6

REV A B C

Description Release to Production

ECN/ECO 5-39173

Init JAC

Date 3/18/99

Ckd LPP

Component change for frequency modulation Change Reset IC U3, No Load C40

5-39353
5-39830

JJC
LPP

4/15/99
6/24/99

ZIP

HRESET_n D[0:31] A[6:31] A10 1 A9 1 VDDH VDDH

7 13 38 44

CS_n[0:7] A30 A29 A28 A27 A26 A25 A24 A23 A22 A21 GPL0
3

1 25

TP53 TP54 21 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 31 32 20 19 18 17 15 16 35 34

U5 SDRAM-1Mx16 DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 2 3 5 6 8 9 11 12 39 40 42 43 45 46 48 49 14 36 33 37 D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0

VccQ1 VccQ2 VccQ3 VccQ4

GPL[0:7]

A11 CS_n1 GPL1 GPL3 GPL2 CLKOUT

BA CS# RAS# WE# CAS# CLK CKE VssQ1 VssQ2 VssQ3 VssQ4

2G 1G D1 D4 D7 D8 D9 D10 3 5 7 9 12 14 16 18 2Y4 2Y3 2Y2 2Y1 1Y4 1Y3 1Y2 1Y1 U4 74AHC244 2A4 2A3 2A2 2A1 1A4 1A3 1A2 1A1

GND

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10

Vcc1 Vcc2

VDDH

R57 10 100K 19 1 17 15 13 11 8 6 4 2 dx1 dx4 dx7 dx8 dx9 dx10 dx11 dx12

Boot Configuration Pull-Up: (see page 4-10) 0: 1: 0: 0: 1,0: 0: 1,1: 1,1: 0,0: 0,0:

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

DQML DQMH NC1 NC2 Vss1 Vss2

T1

VDDH

Boot Configuration Latch Active during power-on VDDH

4 10 41 47

BS_AB0 BS_AB1

VDDH FLASH-512Kx16 U6 A30 A29 A28 A27 A26 A25 A24 A23 A22 A21 A20 A19 A18 A17 A16 A15 A14 A13 A12 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 48 17 16 26 28 11 12 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 CE# OE# WE# RESET#

13

37

26 50

T2

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 Byte# NC4 NC1 NC2 RY/BY#

29 31 33 35 38 40 42 44 30 32 34 36 39 41 43 45 47 14 9 10 15 1

D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 VDDH

NC3

Vcc

20

BS_AB[0:3]

VCC

internal arbitration MSR(ip) = 0, interrupt prefix is 0x0000 reserved memory controller is active after reset 16-bit boot device reserved IMMR base is 0xfff0-0000 DBGC mode DBPC mode External bus division factor

AMD N/C: 9, 10, 13, 14 AMD RY/BY#: 15 ---------------MICRON N/C: 9, 10, 15 MICRON Vpp: 13

CS_n0 GPL1 SRESET_n

Gnd-b

Gnd-a

27

46

TP55

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Schematic: 620005.dsn

Jim Belesiu Mar 5, 1999 Jim Belesiu Mar 5, 1999 Title L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/19/99 3/19/99 3/19/99 Size C Date:

Flash, SDRAM and HRESET Config Word


Document Number 620005 Thursday, June 24, 1999
E

Rev C Sheet 4 of 6

REV A B C

Description Release to Production

ECN/ECO 5-39173

Init JAC

Date 3/18/99

Ckd LPP

Component change for frequency modulation Change Reset IC U3, No Load C40

5-39353
5-39830

JJC
LPP

4/15/99
6/24/99

ZIP

IRQ_n[0:7] A[6:31] GPL[0:7] CS_n[0:7]

IRQ_n2 IRQ_n1 TIN1 TIN2 TIN3 NIBP-Fault-x PA6 PA7 Field SPICLK ADC-Clock-x 76.8KHz FE-Clock-x FE-Data-x PB16 NIBP-Data-x PC10 PA5 DREQ2_n DREQ1_n SDACK2_n SDACK1_n Recorder-Data-x Recorder-Data-Latch-x Recorder-Clock-x Recorder-Strobe-x Recorder-Motor-Step-x NIBP-Offset-DAC-x NIBP-Overpressure-x NIBP-15mmHg-x

4 22 39 36 72 86 89

6 21 38 54 71 88

5 20 37 53 70 87

GND-5 GND-20 GND-37 GND-53 GND-70 GND-87

VCC-6 VCC-21 VCC-38 VCC-54 VCC-71 VCC-88

PA14 Key-Latch-x PA15

nCE MSEL nSTATUS nCONFIG CONFIG_DONE DATA DCLK

S7 S6 S5 S4 S3 S2 S1 S0

1 2 3 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51

P1 P2 P3 P7 P8 P9 TDI-10 P11 GCLK-12 GCLK-13 P14 P15 P16 P17 TMS-18 P19 TCK-23 P24 P25 P26 P27 P28 P29 P30 P31 P32 P33 P34 P35 P40 P41 P42 P43 P44 P45 P46 P47 P48 nCEO-49 P50 TDO-51

U7 EPF6016A

P100 P99 P98 P97 P96 P95 P94 P93 P92 DEV_CLRn-91 P90 DEV_OE-85 P84 nRS-83 P82 nWS-81 P80 P79 Cs-78 nCS-77 P76 P75 P74 P73 CLKUSR-69 RDYnBSY-67 P66 P65 INIT_DONE-64 GCLK-63 GCLK-62 P61 P60 P59 P58 P68 P57 P56 P55 P52

100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 69 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 68 57 56 55 52

A25 A26 A27 A28 A29 GPL1 CS_n2 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 RD/WR_n

D[0:31]

VIDEO[0:7]

VIDEO0 VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3 VIDEO4 VIDEO5 VIDEO6 VIDEO7 VSYNC HSYNC Blank Video-Clock-3 SPIMISO CLKOUT Video-Clock-25 SPIMOSI SPISEL_n Video-Data-x HSYNC-x VSYNC-x SPI-data-in-x SPI-clock-x SPI-data-out-x LED-Latch-x

Audio DAC Resistors S0 R125 1.58K PC12


2

R66 100K R67 49.9K R68 24.9K 1 R69 12.4K R70 6.19K R71 3.09K R72 1.58K R73 787 2 C121

Speaker-Audio

S1 NSTATUS VDDH SPICLK CONFIG_DONE SPIMOSI 1 33 S4 S5 S6 S7 S2 S3

330pF
2

PC6 PC11

R126 TP80

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


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Date

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Schematic: 620005.dsn

Jim Belesiu Mar 5, 1999 Jim Belesiu Mar 5, 1999 Title L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/19/99 3/19/99 3/19/99 Size C Date:

FPGA
Document Number 620005 Thursday, June 24, 1999
E

Rev C Sheet 2 of 6

REV A B C

Description Release to Production

ECN/ECO 5-39173

Init JAC

Date 3/18/99

Ckd LPP

Component change for frequency modulation Change Reset IC U3, No Load C40

5-39353
5-39830

JJC
LPP

4/15/99
6/24/99

ZIP

CPU PCA SW Debug Port (aka BDM Connector) Main PCA Connectors
JP8 GND NIBP-Fault +3.3V_unfiltered +3.3V_unfiltered NIBP-Overpressure ETCO2-Tx ETCO2-Rx Spare-2 NIBP-Data NIBP-15mmHg LED-Latch Video-Horizontal-Sync Spare-3 Main-Power-Sync Vbackup NIBP-Valve Video-Vertical-Sync NIBP-Offset-DAC AC-On Rec-Paper-Out Key-Latch RS423-CTS Recorder-Clock Recorder-Data HRESET SPI-data-in 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 GND GND EKG-PWM-ADC NIBP-PWM-ADC RS423-Tx Spare-1 RS423-Rx SpO2-Tx SpO2-Rx ADC-Clock FE-Clock SPI-data-out SPI-clock Batt-ID FE-Data Recorder-Motor-Step On-Standby-Key Speaker-Audio Main-Supply-On NIBP2-PW-ADC Video-Data Nurse-Call Recorder-Data-Latch Recorder-Strobe SCL SCD HRESET_n JP5 VDDH VFLS0 GND 1 3 5 7 9 2 4 6 8 10 SRESET_n DSCK VFLS1 DSDI DSDO

HEADER 5X2

GND GND

GND

1 - Visual History Buffer Flush Status (823 output) 2 - Reset Output (823 input) 3 - Ground 4 - BDM Clock (823 input) 5 - Ground 6 - Visual History Buffer Flush Status (823 output) 7 - Reset Input (823 Output) 8 - BDM Data Input (823 Input) 9 - Vcc 10 - BDM Data Output (823 Output)

GND GND

GND

GND

GND

HEADER 30x2

Test Points

TS_n TA_n
2

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

TP58 TP60 TP62 TP64 TP66 TP68 TP70 TP72 TP74 TP76

TP59 TP61 TP63 TP65 TP67 TP69 TP71 TP73 TP75 TP77 TP78

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

PA4 PA5 PA6 PA7 PA15 RD/WR_n SPIMOSI SPIMISO SPISEL_n SPICLK Video-Clock-3
2

Burst_n PA14 PC6 PC13 CLKOUT PC10 PC12 PB16

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


A B C D

Date

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Schematic: 620005.dsn

Jim Belesiu Mar 5, 1999 Jim Belesiu Mar 5, 1999 Title L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/19/99 3/19/99 3/19/99 Size C Date:

Atlas CPU Subsystem


Document Number 620005 Thursday, June 24, 1999
E

Rev C Sheet 1 of 6

REV A B C

Description Release to Production

ECN/ECO 5-39173

Init JAC

Date 3/18/99

Ckd LPP

Component change for frequency modulation Change Reset IC U3, No Load C40

5-39353
5-39830

JJC
LPP

4/15/99
6/24/99

ZIP

R74 VDDH 5 10K 6 7 8 9 C R76 1 2 3 4 SCL SCD SPI-data-in VFLS0 VFLS1 DSDI SRESET_n RS423-CTS ETCO2-Rx ETCO2-Tx RS423-Rx RS423-Tx PA4 PA5 PC12 PA7 PC10 NIBP2-PW-ADC RS423-CTS Nurse-Call Key-Latch NIBP-Valve 1 1 1 1 GPL[0:7] 2 R83 VDDH 5
3

SCD SCL SpO2-Rx SpO2-Tx 1 1 1 1 C54 330pF 2 2 C55 330pF 2 C56 330pF 2

1 2 3 4 C57 330pF 100

8 7 6 5

I2CSDA I2CSCL SMRXD2 SMTXD2 VDDH 6.19K R127 BI_n 6.19K VDDH R128 BB_n 3.09K VDDH R129 TA_n 3.09K VDDH 3.09K R131 DSCK 1.58K R132 ALE_B NL R133 RSTCONF_n R104 NL 1.58K R134 TRST_n R105 1.58K MODCK1 MODCK2
3

BR_n

10

R77 1 2 3 4 1 1 1 1 C62 330pF 2 2 C63 330pF 2 C64 330pF 2 C65 330pF 100 8 7 6 5 SMRXD1 SMTXD1 RXD2 TXD2 VDDH

VDDH 5 10K

R103 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 C

R80 1 2 3 4 C70 330pF 2 C71 330pF 2 C72 330pF 2 C73 330pF 100 8 7 6 5 PC9 PB18 Key-Latch-x PA6

R130 TEA_n MODCK (0,0) Selects 32KHz as main oscillator RSTCONF = 0 allows 823 to sample data bus during HRESET VDDH

10

GPL5 GPL4

IRQ_n[0:7] 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 IRQ_n7 IRQ_n6 IRQ_n5 IRQ_n4 IRQ_n3 IRQ_n2 IRQ_n1 IRQ_n0 Recorder-Data Recorder-Strobe Recorder-Clock Recorder-Data-Latch SPI-clock SPI-data-out LED-Latch SPI-data-in

R82 1 2 3 4 1 1 1 1 C78 330pF 2 2 C79 330pF 2 C80 330pF 2 C81 330pF 100 8 7 6 5 SPI-clock-x SPI-data-out-x LED-Latch-x SPI-data-in-x

10K

10 C VDDH 5 10K R49

R85 1 2 3 4 1 1 1 1 C86 330pF 2 2 C87 330pF 2 C88 330pF 2 C89 330pF 100 8 7 6 5 Recorder-Data-x Recorder-Strobe-x Recorder-Clock-x Recorder-Data-Latch-x Video-Data 1 C122 22pF 8 7 6 5 100 Recorder-Motor-Step Main-Power-Sync Main-Supply-On On-Standby-Key NIBP-Offset-DAC-x PC7 PC5 EKG-PWM-ADC NIBP-15mmHg NIBP-Overpressure NIBP-PWM-ADC FE-Clock-x FE-Data-x ADC-Clock-x NIBP-Fault-x 1 1 1 1 1 1 HSYNC-x VSYNC-x PC8 NIBP-Data-x 2 1.58K R152

R107 R151 215 Video-Data-x NL

R108 1.58K

1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 C R86

RS423-Rx NIBP-Fault SpO2-Rx NIBP-15mmHg NIBP-Overpressure AC-On PA15 ETCO2-Rx

R87 Video-Horizontal-Sync Video-Vertical-Sync Batt-ID NIBP-Data 1 1 1 1 C90 330pF 2 2 C91 330pF 2 C92 330pF 2 1 2 3 4 C93 330pF

VDDH

10

VDDH 5 10K

1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 C

NIBP-PWM-ADC Rec-Paper-Out PC11 TMS EKG-PWM-ADC Spare-3 Batt-ID PB16 NIBP-Offset-DAC Rec-Paper-Out AC-On

R78 1 2 3 4 1 C66 330pF 2 2 C67 330pF 2 C68 330pF 2 C69 330pF 100 8 7 6 5 NL IRQ_n0 R120 8 7 6 5 100 PWM Input Timer Signals TIN1 NIBP-15mmHg-x NIBP-Overpressure-x TIN2
2

R88 1 2 3 4 1 1 1 1 C94 330pF C95 330pF 2 2 C96 330pF 2 C97 330pF 100 8 7 6 5

Recorder-Motor-Step-x 76.8KHz TEXP PC4

10

R81 1 2 3 4 C74 330pF 2 2 C75 330pF 2 C76 330pF 2 1 C77 330pF

VDDH
2

R16 5 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 C SPKROUT TS_n BG_n Burst_n Spare-1 WAIT_B_n IP_B2 IP_B3 FE-Clock FE-Data ADC-Clock NIBP-Fault

R90 1 2 3 4 1 1 1 1 C102 330pF 2 2 C103 330pF 2 C104 330pF 2 C105 330pF 100 8 7 6 5

10K

10

R116 VDDH 5 R91 10K 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 C IP_B4 IP_B5 IP_B6 IP_B7 FRZ DREQ1_n DREQ2_n On-Standby-Key Spare-1 Spare-2 Spare-3 NIBP2-PW-ADC 1 1 1 1 IP_B[2:7] 2 C123 330pF 2 C124 330pF 2 C125 330pF 2 1 2 3 4 C126 330pF 100 8 7 6 5 PB19 PC13 PB17 TIN3

10

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


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Schematic: 620005.dsn

Jim Belesiu Mar 5, 1999 Jim Belesiu Mar 5, 1999 Title L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/19/99 3/19/99 3/19/99 Size C Date:

I/O Filters
Document Number 620005 Thursday, June 24, 1999
E

Rev C Sheet 3 of 6

REV A B C

Description Release to Production

ECN/ECO 5-39173

Init JAC

Date 3/18/99

Ckd LPP

Component change for frequency modulation Change Reset IC U3, No Load C40

5-39353
5-39830

JJC
LPP

4/15/99
6/24/99

ZIP

Burst_n RD/WR_n GPL7 TS_n TA_n TEA_n BI_n BR_n BG_n BB_n BS_AB0 BS_AB1 BS_AB2 BS_AB3 TSIZ[0:1] D[0:31] A[6:31] TSIZ[0:1]

BS_AB[0:3] GPL[0:7] IRQ_n[0:7] GPL0 GPL1 GPL2 GPL3 GPL4 GPL5 GPL6 IRQ_n0 IRQ_n1 IRQ_n2 IRQ_n3 SPKROUT IRQ_n4 IRQ_n5 IRQ_n6 FRZ IRQ_n7 CS_n[0:7] CS_n0 CS_n1 CS_n2 CS_n3 CS_n4 CS_n5 CS_n6 CS_n7 D[0:31] TSIZ0 TSIZ1 A[6:31] A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 A22 A23 A24 A25 A26 A27 A28 A29 A30 A31 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D16 D17 D18 D19 D20 D21 D22 D23 D24 D25 D26 D27 D28 D29 D30 D31

BS_AB[0:3] GPL[0:7] IRQ_n[0:7] CS_n[0:7] TS_n TA_n TEA_n BI_n BR_n BG_n BB_n SPKROUT FRZ

M13 N15 N16 M15 L13 M16 M14 L14 L15 L16 K14 K13 G13 K15 J15 J14 G14 H15 H13 H14 F14 K16 G16 H16 G15 F16

F15 E15 C13 B10 A13 D10 A12 C11 B12 B11 C10 A11 D16 E16 D15 F13

E13 C16 C15 D14 D11 B13 C12

GPL_A0_n / GPL_B0_n GPL_A1_n / GPL_B1_n / OE_n GPL_A2_n / GPL_B2_n / CS2_n GPL_A3_n / GPL_B3_n / CS3_n UPWAITA / GPL_A4_n / AS_n UPWAITB / GPL_B4_n GPL_A5_n

TSIZ0 / REG_n TSIZ1 RD / WR_n Burst_n BDIP_n / GPL_B5_n TS_n TA_n TEA_n BI_n BR_n BG_n BB_n WE0_n / BS_AB0_n / IORD_n WE1_n / BS_AB1_n / IOWR_n WE2_n / BS_AB2_n / PCOE_n WE3_n / BS_AB3_n / PCWE_n

IRQ0_n IRQ1_n RSV_n / IRQ2_n DP0 / IRQ3_n KR_n / IRQ4_n / RETRY / SPKROUT DP1 / IRQ4_n DP2 / IRQ5_n DP3 / IRQ6_n FRZ / IRQ6_n IRQ7_n

VDDH

A16 C1 C6 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 E10 E11 E12 F5 F12 G5 G12 H5 H12 J5 J12 K5 K12 L5 L12 M5 M6 M7 M8 M9 M10 M11 M12 A7 G1 J16 T7 E14 J13

NC1 NC2 NC3 VDDH1 VDDH2 VDDH3 VDDH4 VDDH5 VDDH6 VDDH7 VDDH8 VDDH9 VDDH10 VDDH11 VDDH12 VDDH13 VDDH14 VDDH17 VDDH18 VDDH19 VDDH20 VDDH21 VDDH22 VDDH23 VDDH24 VDDH25 VDDH26 VDDH27 VDDH28 VDDH29 VDDH30 VDDL1 VDDL2 VDDL3 VDDL4 NC4 NC5 GND1 GND2 GND3 GND4 GND5 GND6 GND7 GND8 GND9 GND10 GND11 GND12 GND13 GND14 GND15 GND16 GND17 GND18 GND25 GND26 GND27 GND28 GND29 GND30 GND31 GND32 GND33 GND34 GND35 GND36 GND37 GND38 GND39 GND40 GND41 GND42 N9 NC6 N13 NC7 P1 NC8 P10 NC9

CS0_n CS1_n CS2_n CS3_n CS4_n CS5_n CS6_n / CE1_B_n CS7_n / CE2_B_n

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D16 D17 D18 D19 D20 D21 D22 D23 D24 D25 D26 D27 D28 D29 D30 D31

A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 A22 A23 A24 A25 A26 A27 A28 A29 A30 A31

D12 A14 B14 A15 B16 D13 C14 B15

N1 N2 D9 C3 B7 D4 D3 C2 A10 N3

M1 L1 J2 J1 L2 H1 F1 E1 M2 K2 K3 K1 M4 M3 J3 J4 H2 K4 H3 G2 G3 F2 H4 L4 F3 G4 E4 L3 F4 E2 D2 E3

Place VSSSYN on a split plane beneath the MPC823 PLL section

PA15 / USBRXD PA14 / USBOE_n PA13 / RXD2 PA12 / TXD2 PA9 / L1TXDA / SMRXD2 PA8 / L1RXDA / SMTXD2 PA7 / CLK1 / TIN1 / L1RCLKA / BRGO1 PA6 / CLK2 / TOUT1_n / TIN3 PA5 / CLK3 / TIN2 / L1TCLKA / BRGO2 PA4 / CLK4 / TOUT2_n / TIN4 PB31 / SPISEL_n / LCD_A PB30 / SPICLK PB29 / SPIMOSI PB28 / SPIMISO PB27 / I2CSDA / BRGO1 PB26 / I2CSCL / BRGO2 PB25 / SMTXD1 PB24 / SMRXD1 PB23 / SMSYN1_n / SDACK1_n PB22 / SMSYN2_n / SDACK2_n PB19 / L1ST1 / LCD_B PB18 / RTS2_n / L1ST2 PB17 / L1ST3 / LCD_C PB16 / L1RQA / L1ST4 PC15 / DREQ1_n / L1ST5 PC14 / DREQ2_n / RTS2_n / L1ST6 PC13 / L1ST7 PC12 / L1RQA / L1ST8 PC11 / USBRXP PC10 / TGATE1_n / USBRXN PC9 / CTS2_n PC8 / CD2_n / TGATE1_n PC7 / USBTXP PC6 / USBTXN PC5 / L1TSYNCA / SDACK1_n PC4 / L1RSYNCA

P16 R15 R14 R13 N10 T9 T8 P8 T6 R6 N14 P15 P14 T15 T14 P12 N11 T11 T10 R9 R7 P7 N7 R5 R16 T16 P13 T13 R10 P9 R8 N8 T5 N6 P6 T4

PA15 PA14 RXD2 TXD2 SMRXD2 SMTXD2 PA7 PA6 PA5 PA4 SPISEL_n SPICLK SPIMOSI SPIMISO I2CSDA I2CSCL SMTXD1 SMRXD1 SDACK1_n SDACK2_n PB19 PB18 PB17 PB16 DREQ1_n DREQ2_n PC13 PC12 PC11 PC10 PC9 PC8 PC7 PC6 PC5 PC4
3

Attach GND and VSSSYN at a single point.

MPC823
WKHPRQVWHU

MPC823ZC U1

VDDL

WAIT_B_n ALE_B / DSCK / AT1 IP_B0 / IWP0 / VFLS0 IP_B1 / IWP1 / VFLS1 IP_B2 / IOIS16_B_n / AT2 IP_B3 / IWP2 / VF2 IP_B4 / LWP0 / VF0 IP_B5 / LWP1 / VF1 IP_B6 / DSDI / AT0 IP_B7 / PTR_n / AT3

VSSSYN VSSSYN1 VDDSYN KAPWR

VSSSYN

F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 G6 G7 G8 G9 G10 G11 H6 H7 H8 H9 H10 H11

XTAL EXTAL XFC CLKOUT EXTCLK TEXP

KAPWR VDDSYN

T12 R12 R11 N12 P11

J6 J7 J8 J9 J10 J11 K6 K7 K8 K9 K10 K11 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 L11

B3 C5 B5 B4

A4 A5 B2 D1 A6 D5

C4 B8 A8 C8 D7 A9 B9 C9 C7 D8

D6 B6

OP2 / MODCK1 / STS_n OP3 / MODCK2 / DSDO

TCK / DSCK TMS TDI / DSDI TDO / DSDO TRST_n

N4 P3 P2 R1 R2 R4 T3 P5 R3 N5 T2 P4 T1

A1 A2 B1 A3

CLK-SHIFT / PD3 HSYNC / LOAD / PD4 VSYNC / FRAME / PD5 BLANK / LOE / LCD_AC / PD6 FIELD / LD0 / PD7 VD7 / LD8 / PD15 VD6 / LD7 / PD14 VD5 / LD6 / PD13 VD4 / LD5 / PD12 VD3 / LD4 / PD11 VD2 / LD3 / PD10 VD1 / LD2 / PD9 VD0 / LD1 / PD8

PORESET_n RSTCONF_n HRESET_n SRESET_n

GND

VIDEO[0:7] Field
2

VIDEO0 VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3 VIDEO4 VIDEO5 VIDEO6 VIDEO7

Blank VSYNC HSYNC Video-Clock-3 MODCK1 MODCK2

IP_B7 IP_B6 IP_B5 IP_B4 IP_B3 IP_B2

PORESET_n RSTCONF_n HRESET_n SRESET_n XTAL EXTAL XFC CLKOUT EXTCLK TEXP DSCK DSDI DSDO VFLS0 VFLS1 TRST_n ALE_B WAIT_B_n TMS IP_B[2:7] IP_B[2:7]

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


A B C D

Date

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Schematic: 620005.dsn

Jim Belesiu Mar 5, 1999 Jim Belesiu Mar 5, 1999 Title L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/19/99 3/19/99 3/19/99 Size C Date:

PowerPC MPC823 CPU


Document Number 620005 Thursday, June 24, 1999
E

Rev C Sheet 5 of 6

REV A B C to CPU PLL pin B1 +3.3V_unfiltered 1 L2


4

Description Release to Production

ECN/ECO 5-39173

Init JAC

Date 3/18/99

Ckd LPP

MPC823 PLL Supply


VDDSYN FM Section for spreading RF emissions. R2 selects the deviation.

Component change for frequency modulation Change Reset IC U3, No Load C40

5-39353
5-39830

JJC
LPP

4/15/99 ZIP
6/24/99

2 Ferrite-120 1 C2 100nF XFCX 1 R1 100 R2 1K From FPGA PA14


4

C18 6.8uF

C17 100nF 2

C117 330pF 2

1 C107 NL

C1 1.5uF VSSSYN to CPU PLL pins A1 and A2 Place decoupling capacitors next to CPU VDDSYN pin B1 and VSSSYN pin A1 and A2 3.9M Use separate PPL VDDSYN power plane from 3.3V plain Split ground plane under these components Y1 1536*830 < XFC < 1536*1470 pf Value selected for the final mulitplication ratio 1 Load C107 w/1.5uF and unload C1 for non-FM clocking 1 C108 22pF 2 Place these components as close to the processor as possible 2 2 1 32768Hz C109 22pF 1 2 OE GND G1 VDD OUT 4 3 VCLK R94 33 EXTCLK NL R117 200K R52 Video-Clock-25 R51 EXTAL PLL Filter Capacitor 2

System Clock
XFC R50 200K xtalp XTAL VDDH

FPGA Clock

SG-636PCE-25.175M

VDDH
3

RF Suppression L1 Ferrite-120 +3.3V_unfiltered 1 2

VDDH to CPU System

VDDL 1 U2 3.0V 2 Input Reset_n Gnd 1 C110 6.8uF 2

FLASH decoupling caps VDDH 1 1 1 1 C4 100nF 2 2 C5 100nF 2 C6 100nF 2 C7 100nF 2 1

244 decoupling cap C106 100nF

C12 6.8uF

C13 100nF

C114 330pF

C14 6.8uF

C115 330pF

330pF C116

6.8uF C16

DRAM decoupling caps 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 VDDH 1 1 1 1 1 C111 6.8uF 2 2 C19 100nF 2 C20 100nF 2 C21 100nF 2 C22 100nF 2 1 6.8uF C120

VDDH Oscillator decoupling cap C128 100nF 2

MPC823 decoupling caps 1 1 1 1 1 1 R118 NL HRESET 1 C130 NL Q1-Base R119 NL 1 2 VDDH Q1 NL C112 6.8uF 2 2 C28 100nF 2 C29 100nF 2 C30 100nF 2 C31 100nF 2 C32 100nF 3

VDDH 2

FPGA decoupling caps R124 1 1 1 1 1


2

VDDH 1 C113 6.8uF 2 2 HRESET_n C41 100nF 2 C42 100nF 2 C43 100nF 2 C44 100nF 2 C15 100nF
2

KAPWR

1.58K R121 NL

Supply RF/EMI Filters and Reset Circuits


RF Suppression L3 Ferrite-120 Vbackup 1 2

to CPU 32KHz Clock

12.4K PORESET-Input R122 U3 2.0V 2 Input Reset_n Gnd

100K R123

1 1

PORESET_n

C38 6.8uF

C39

C118 330pF

C119 3 330pF 2

C40 100nF

100nF 2 2 1

C36 100nF 2 2

C37 6.8uF 1

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


A B C D

Date

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Schematic: 620005.dsn

Jim Belesiu Mar 5, 1999 Jim Belesiu Mar 5, 1999 Title L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/19/99 3/19/99 3/19/99 Size C Date:

Power Distribution, Clocks and Reset


Document Number 620005 Thursday, June 24, 1999
E

Rev C Sheet 6 of 6

REV A B C

Description Release to Production No Load D16 D13 to Low Profile, R51 to 316

ECN/ECO 5-39251 5-39485 5-39994

Init JAC LPP LPP

Date 3/23/99 4/28/99 7/23/99

Ckd LPP LPP

Break-Away PCB Section Flag Pole Area


Trend Trend-sw 2 Lead Select Lead-Select-sw 2 Print Print-sw ACON-LED 2 SW13 1 SW11 1 SW9 1

Keyboard Circuits On/Off-sw 1 On/Off-sw Clock1 Key-Clock-b Key-Latch-b Key-data-b + VCC C9 4.7uF + C27 4.7uF TP182 Front Panel - A Key-Data-b Silence-Switch flex-cable-5 flex-cable-5 1 Trend Lead-Select Print Trend Lead-Select Print J2A 1 2 3 4 5 J2xA 1 2 3 4 5 1 AC-On-x

R65 1.21K 2 5x5 Green D1 2 R66 1.21K AC On LEDs ACLED-1 1 2

Place capacitors by connector


VCC VCC

2 R67 1.21K 2 R68 1.21K

ACLED-2

1 D2 5x5 Green

J1
3

U26 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Key-Clock Key-Latch-n Key-Data LED-Data LED-Enable LED-Latch-n 2 4 6 8 11 13 15 17 1 19 1A1 1A2 1A3 1A4 2A1 2A2 2A3 2A4 1G 2G 74HC244 1Y1 1Y2 1Y3 1Y4 2Y1 2Y2 2Y3 2Y4 18 16 14 12 9 7 5 3 u26-18 Key-Latch-b LED-Data-b u26-9 u26-7 LED-Latch-1 LED-Latch-2

R71 100 FP-Common


3

R51 316

1 3 5 7 9 11 13

HEADER 7X2 1 4 3 2

On-Led 1 D13 T1 (3mm) Green On/Standby

R1 2.2K 8 5 6 7

I705144 LED_TP_Enable TP183 VCC R72 100 Clock2 LED_TP_Data_In LED_TP_Clock LED_TP_Latch U1D R2 2.15K U1A 8 1 74HC04 74HC04 NIBP LED Circuits U1E U1B LED_NIBP_Enable 4 74HC04 U1F U1C 12 74HC04 5 74HC04 I705124 LED_SpO2_Enable 6 LED_SPO2_enable TP4 Front Panel - C u13-out LED_NIBP_enable TP3 TP184 R73 100 Clock3 LED_NIBP_Data_In LED_NIBP_Clock LED_NIBP_Latch LED_NIBP_Data_Out 1 SW28 flex-cable-5 flex-cable-5 Silence Switch 2 Silence-LED Silence-LED Silence-Switch J3A 1 2 3 4 5 J3xA 1 2 3 4 5 Sil-Sw-a SW22 Sil-Sw-b 1 2
2

LED_TP_Data_Out Front Panel - B 2 LED_TP_enable TP2 u19-out VCC

Silence Button Break-Away PCB Section


D10-Vcc D10-C D10

T1 (3mm) Red Silence LED

11
2

10 3 74HC04

13

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

LED_SpO2_Data_In LED_SpO2_Clock

C1 4.7uF

C8 4.7uF

C10 4.7uF

C11 4.7uF

C28 4.7uF

Place one tantalum cap near each seven segment LED group

LED_SpO2_Latch Front Panel - D

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

C2 0.1uF
1

C3 0.1uF

C4 0.1uF

C5 0.1uF

C6 0.1uF

C7 0.1uF

C12 0.1uF

C13 0.1uF

C14 0.1uF

C15 0.1uF
1

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

VCC

Place one ceramic cap near each IC


C26 0.1uF

10

5 Initial Drawn Date

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Schematic: Title

C16 0.1uF

C17 0.1uF

C18 0.1uF

C19 0.1uF

C20 0.1uF

C21 0.1uF

C22 0.1uF

C23 0.1uF

C24 0.1uF

C25 0.1uF

Jim Belesiu 3/15/99 Jim Belesiu 3/15/99 L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/24/99 3/24/99 3/24/99 Size C Date:

2 3 4 1 Pull-up Resistor Network Detail

Designed Checked Approved Release For Production

Front Panel Display Board


Document Number 620008 Friday, July 23, 1999
E

Rev C Sheet 1 of 5

REV A B C

Description Release to Production No Load D16 D13 to Low Profile, R51 to 316

ECN/ECO 5-39251 5-39485 5-39994

Init JAC LPP LPP

Date 3/23/99 4/28/99 7/23/99

Ckd LPP LPP

VCC TP66 SW23 1 ETCO2 Alarm On-Off SW24 1

2 10 R5 10K 5 C 10 TP67 TP68 TP69 TP70 TP71 U2 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4

6 VCC

5 10 5

SW1 1 HR Alarm On-Off SW2 1 SW3 1 SW5 1 SW7 1

u2-10 2 etco2-sw HRalarm-sw LHselect-sw LHAdjust+sw LHAdjust-sw

10 11 12 13 14 3 4 5 6 2 15 1

LH Select

SER A B C D E F G H CLK INH SH/LD

1 2 3 4 Pull-up Resistor Network Detail

R6 10K TP72 TP73 TP74 TP75 TP76 U3 2 QRSvol+sw QRSvol-sw Alarmvol+sw Alarmvol-sw Time-sw U3-4 10 11 12 13 14 3 4 5 6 2 15 1 2 SER A B C D E F G H CLK INH SH/LD 9 8 7 6 4 3 2 1

QH QH

9 7

u2-9

TP77

QRS Volume (+)

SW4 1 SW6 1 SW8 1 SW10 1 SW12 1

QRS Volume (-)

LH Adjust (+)
3

74HC165 2

Alarm Volume (+)

TP178

QH QH

9 7

LH Adjust (-)

Alarm Volume (-)

74HC165 2 D48 BAV99L 3

Trend Lead-Select Print

Trend Lead-Select Print VCC

Time

SW25 1 NIBP Alarm On-Off SW26 1

2 10 5 C R7 10K On / Standby TP79 TP80 TP81 TP82 9 8 7 6 4 3 2 1 SW14 1 SW27 1

SW15 1 SpO2 Alarm On-Off SW16 1 SW17 1 RH Select SW18 1 RH Adjust (+) SW19 1 RH Adjust (-) SW20 1 SW21 1

U4 10 11 12 13 14 3 4 5 6 2 15 1 SER A B C D E F G H CLK INH SH/LD

On/Off-sw

NIBPalarm-sw SpO2alarm-sw RHselect-sw RHadjust+sw RHadjust-sw BPauto-sw BPstart/stop-sw

2 TP83

2 TP84 TP85 TP86 2

QH QH

9 7 TP87

Key-Data-b

74HC165 2 TP88 Clock1 Key-Latch-b

BP Auto

Key-Clock-b

BP Start-Stop

Silence-Switch

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


A B C D

Date

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Schematic: 620008.dsn Title

Jim Belesiu 3/15/99 Jim Belesiu 3/15/99 L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/23/99 3/23/99 3/23/99 Size C Date:

Front Panel Keyboard Scanner Display Board


Document Number 620008 62008 Friday, July 23, 1999
E

Rev C A Sheet 1 2 of 5

REV A B C

Description Release to Production No Load D16 D13 to Low Profile, R51 to 316

ECN/ECO 5-39251 5-39485 5-39994

Init JAC LPP LPP

Date 3/23/99 4/28/99 7/23/99

Ckd LPP LPP

VCC

TP14 U14 LED_TP_Data_In LED-Data-b 14 11 10 TP5 12 13 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A
3

R26 150 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 R29 150 d34-g d34-f d34-e d34-d d34-c d34-b d34-a

Temperature Tens D34 3 2 4 5 8 9 10 7 1 6 "G" "F" "E" "D" "C" "B" "A" Dp

VCC U15 14 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G u15-15 u15-1 u15-2 u15-3 u15-4 u15-5 u15-6 u15-7

TP10 R27 150 QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A TP25 VCC 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 R30 150 8 5 6 7 5 6 7 8 1 4 3 2 4 3 2 1 Temperature Ones D35 d35-g 3 "G" d35-f 2 A "F" d35-e 4 B "E" F d35-d 5 G "D" d35-c 8 C "C" E d35-b 9 D d35-a 10 "B" d35-dp 7 "A" Dp 1 6 Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.36

VCC U16 14 11 10 12 13 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 u16-15 u16-1 u16-2 u16-3 u16-4 u16-5 u16-6

TP12 R28 150 8 5 6 7 5 6 7 8 R31 150 TP30 VCC 1 4 3 2 4 3 2 1 d36-g d36-f d36-e d36-d d36-c d36-b d36-a Temperature Tenths D36 3 "G" 2 A "F" 4 B "E" F 5 G "D" 8 C "C" E 9 D "B" 10 "A" 7 Dp 1 6 Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.36
3

15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9

u14-15 u14-1 u14-2 u14-3 u14-4 u14-5 u14-6 u14-7 TP21

A F G E D C B

11 10 12 13

Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.36

VCC R53 215 d47-c 2 Degree C D47 u15-9 1 VCC TP34 TP22 u14-9 TP33 Temperature Hundreds D33 3 "G" 2 A "F" 4 B "E" F 5 G "D" 8 C "C" E 9 D "B" 10 "A" 7 Dp 1 6 Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.36 T1.75 (5mm) Green TP35 T1.75 (5mm) Green u16-7 R52 215 d46-c 2 Degree F D46 1 VCC

d33-c d33-b

u16-9

TP37

VCC

VCC
2

TP38 R32 150 U17 14 11 10 12 13 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 TP50 R35 150 VCC u17-9 u17-15 u17-1 u17-2 u17-3 u17-4 u17-5 u17-6 8 5 6 7 5 6 7 8 1 4 3 2 4 3 2 1 SpO2 Pulse Rate Hundreds D37 d37-g 3 "G" d37-f 2 A "F" d37-e 4 B "E" F d37-d 5 G "D" d37-c 8 C "C" E d37-b 9 D d37-a 10 "B" "A" 7 Dp 1 6 Anode-1 Anode-2

VCC U18 14 11 10 12 13 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 u18-15 u18-1 u18-2 u18-3 u18-4 u18-5 u18-6 u18-7

TP40 R33 150 8 5 6 7 5 6 7 8 R36 150 TP52 VCC TP60 u18-9 1 4 3 2 4 3 2 1 d38-g d38-f d38-e d38-d d38-c d38-b d38-a SpO2 Pulse Rate Tens D38 3 "G" 2 A "F" 4 B "E" F 5 G "D" 8 C "C" E 9 D "B" 10 "A" 7 Dp 1 6 Anode-1 Anode-2

VCC U19 14 11 10 12 13 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 u19-15 u19-1 u19-2 u19-3 u19-4 u19-5 u19-6 u19-7

TP42 R34 150 8 5 6 7 5 6 7 8 R37 150 TP64 VCC 1 4 3 2 4 3 2 1 d39-g d39-f d39-e d39-d d39-c d39-b d39-a SpO2 Pulse Rate Ones D39 3 2 4 5 8 9 10 7 1 6 "G" "F" "E" "D" "C" "B" "A" Dp
A F G E D C B

Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.36

7-SEG LED 0.36

7-SEG LED 0.36

TP61 TP62 TP63 TP59 LED_TP_Enable LED_TP_Clock LED_TP_Latch LED_TP_Data_Out LED-TP-Enable Clock2 LED-Latch-1 u19-out

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


A B C D

Date

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Schematic: 620008.dsn Title

Jim Belesiu 3/15/99 Jim Belesiu 3/15/99 L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/24/99 3/24/99 3/24/99 Size C Date:

Temp/Pulse LED Drivers


Document Number 620008 Friday, July 23, 1999
E

Rev C Sheet 3 of 5

REV A B C

Description Release to Production No Load D16 D13 to Low Profile, R51 to 316

ECN/ECO 5.-39251 5-39485 5-39994

Init JAC LPP LPP

Date 3/23/99 4/28/99 7/23/99

Ckd LPP LPP

VCC
4

TP89 R38 680 U20 LED_NIBP_Data_In u19-out 14 11 10 12 13 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 TP105 TP180 R54 2.15K u20-7 NIBP Alarm On/Off d15-c 2 D15 1 VCC R41 680 u20-15 u20-1 u20-2 u20-3 u20-4 u20-5 u20-6 8 5 6 7 5 6 7 8 1 4 3 2 4 3 2 1 d40-g d40-f d40-e d40-d d40-c d40-b d40-a Systolic Hundreds D40 10 9 1 2 4 6 7 5 3 8 "G" "F" "E" "D" "C" "B" "A" Dp

VCC TP91 U21 14


A F G E D C B

VCC R39 680 8 5 6 7 5 6 7 8 TP101 R42 680 1 4 3 2 4 3 2 1 d41-g d41-f d41-e d41-d d41-c d41-b d41-a 10 9 1 2 4 6 7 5 3 8 Systolic Tens D41 "G" "F" "E" "D" "C" "B" "A" Dp 14
A F G E D C B

TP93 U22 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G 11 10 12 13 QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 TP103 U22-15 u22-1 u22-2 u22-3 u22-4 u22-5 u22-6 u22-7 8 5 6 7 5 6 7 8

R40 680 1 4 3 2 4 3 2 1 R43 680 d42-g d42-f d42-e d42-d d42-c d42-b d42-a 10 9 1 2 4 6 7 5 3 8

Systolic Ones D42 "G" "F" "E" "D" "C" "B" "A" Dp
A F G E D C B

SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G

11 10 12 13

QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH

15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9

u21-15 u21-1 u21-2 u21-3 u21-4 u21-5 u21-6 u21-7

Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.5

74HC595A

Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.5

Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.5

R55 215 d6-c TP110 2

BP Sys Hi D6 1 VCC

R56 215 d8-c TP111

BP Sys Lo 2 D8 1 VCC

T1 (3mm) Red TP112 TP181 u20-out TP113 u21-out

T1.75 (5mm) Green

T1.75 (5mm) Green

u22-out

VCC VCC TP114 U23 14 11 10 12 13 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A TP132 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 TP126 R47 680 u23-15 u23-1 u23-2 u23-3 u23-4 u23-5 u23-6 u23-7 8 5 6 7 5 6 7 8 R44 680 1 4 3 2 4 3 2 1 d43-g d43-f d43-e d43-d d43-c d43-b d43-a Diastolic Hundreds D43 10 9 1 2 4 6 7 5 3 8 "G" "F" "E" "D" "C" "B" "A" Dp 14
A F G E D C B

VCC TP116 U24 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G 11 10 12 13 QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 TP128 R48 680 u24-15 u24-1 u24-2 u24-3 u24-4 u24-5 u24-6 u24-7 8 5 6 7 5 6 7 8 R45 680 1 4 3 2 4 3 2 1 d44-g d44-f d44-e d44-d d44-c d44-b d44-a Diastolic Tens D44 10 9 1 2 4 6 7 5 3 8 "G" "F" "E" "D" "C" "B" "A" Dp 14
A F G E D C B

680 TP118 U25 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G 11 10 12 13 QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 TP130 680 R49 R57 215 d14-c TP137 2 u25-15 u25-1 u25-2 u25-3 u25-4 u25-5 u25-6 u25-7 8 5 6 7 5 6 7 8 R46 1 4 3 2 4 3 2 1 d45-g d45-f d45-e d45-d d45-c d45-b d45-a Diastolic Ones D45 10 9 1 2 4 6 7 5 3 8 "G" "F" "E" "D" "C" "B" "A" Dp
A F G E D C B

Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.5

Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.5

Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.5

VCC

R58 215 d11-c TP136

BP Dia Hi 2 D11 1 VCC

BP Dia Lo

D14

VCC

TP138

TP141 TP139 u23-out TP140

T1.75 (5mm) Green

T1.75 (5mm) Green u24-out LED-Latch-2 Clock3

LED_NIBP_Latch LED_NIBP_Clock

LED_NIBP_Enable

LED-NIBP-Enable TP142 u25-out R59 1.21K

Silence-LED

VCC 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 T1.75 (5mm) Green 1 D22 Qx 2 T1.75 (5mm) Green T1.75 (5mm) Green T1.75 (5mm) Green T1.75 (5mm) Green T1.75 (5mm) Green T1.75 (5mm) Green D31 Q60 TP179 u13-out VCC U13 14 11 10 12 13 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 TP8 R25 150
1

D30 Q30

D29 Q15

D28 Q10

D25 Q5

D26 Q3

D24 Q1

LED_NIBP_Data_Out

TP1 u13-15 u13-1 u13-2 u13-3 u13-4 u13-5 u13-6 u13-7 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8

R24 150 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 d31-a d30-a d29-a d28-a d25-a d26-a d24-a d22-a

T1.75 (5mm) Green

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


A B C D

Date

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Schematic: 620008.dsn Title

Jim Belesiu 3/15/99 Jim Belesiu 3/15/99 L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/24/99 3/24/99 3/24/99 Size C Date:

NIBP LED Drivers


Document Number 620008 Friday, July 23, 1999
E

Rev C Sheet 4 of 5

REV A B C

Description Release to Production No Load D16 D13 to Low Profile, R51 to 316

ECN/ECO 5-39251 5-39485 5-39994

Init JAC LPP LPP

Date 3/23/99 4/28/99 7/23/99

Ckd LPP LPP

VCC TP143 U12 LED_SpO2_Data_In u13-out 14 11 10 12 13 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A TP177 u12-out TP151 R69 681 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 TP149 R23 680 10 LED Bargraph u12-15 u12-1 u12-2 u12-3 u12-4 u12-5 u12-6 u12-7 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 R21 680 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 d27-20 d27-19 d27-18 d27-17 d27-16 d27-15 d27-14 d27-13 d27-12 d27-11 SpO2 Bargraph D27 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 VCC

VCC TP152 1 1 1
3

R70 681
3

D7 T1 (3mm) Red HR Alarm On/Off d7-c TP162 QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 u5-15 u5-1 u5-2 u5-3 u5-4 u5-5 u5-6 u5-out R63 215 d16-c TP172 R64 215 d18-c TP174
2

D9 T1 (3mm) Red ETCO2 Alarm On/Off d12-c

D12 T1 (3mm) Red SpO2 Alarm On/Off VCC SpO2 % Hundreds TP153 U6 14
A F G E D C B

d9-c 2

VCC

VCC R9 680 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 TP168 R12 680 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 d4-g d4-f d4-e d4-d d4-c d4-b d4-a 10 9 1 2 4 6 7 5 3 8 TP155 SpO2 % Tens D4 "G" "F" "E" "D" "C" "B" "A" Dp 14
A F G E D C B

R10 680 8 6 7 5 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 R13 680 VCC d5-g d5-f d5-e d5-d d5-c d5-b d5-a 10 9 1 2 4 6 7 5 3 8

U5 14 11 10 12 13 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G

D3 R62 2.2K 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 TP175 d3-c d3-b 10 9 1 2 4 6 7 5 3 8 2 D16 1 VCC "G" "F" "E" "D" "C" "B" "A" Dp

U7 SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G 11 10 12 13 QA QC QB QD QE QF QG QH QH 74HC595A u7-out 15 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 9 TP170 u7-15 u7-1 u7-2 u7-3 u7-4 u7-5 u7-6 u7-7

SpO2 % Ones D5 "G" "F" "E" "D" "C" "B" "A" Dp


A F G E D C B

SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G

11 10 12 13

QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH

15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9

u6-15 u6-1 u6-2 u6-3 u6-4 u6-5 u6-6 u6-7 u6-out

Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.5

74HC595A

Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.5

Anode-1 Anode-2 7-SEG LED 0.5

VCC

SpO2 Hi No Load D18

VCC

TP173

VCC TP176
2

SpO2 Lo T1.75 (5mm) Green

LED_SpO2_Clock

Clock1

LED_SpO2_Latch

LED-Latch-2

LED_SpO2_Enable

LED-SPO2-Enable

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


A B C D

Date

Welch Allyn Inc.


Schematic: 620008.dsn Title

Jim Belesiu 3/15/99 Jim Belesiu 3/15/99 L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello 3/24/99 3/24/99 3/24/99 Size C Date:

SPO2 LED Drivers


Document Number 620008 Friday, July 23, 1999
E

Rev C Sheet 5 of 5

Width Coil (L3) inductance range changed

REV

Description Release to Production Modify Video Amplifier Reduce RF Emissions Increase Flex Cable to 3 inches Width Coil Inductance (L3) increased

ECN/ECO 5-39097

Init JAC
JJC

Date 3/9/99
4/15/99

Ckd LPP
ZIP

Vertical Amplifier
R1 1K +5V U1.3 R2 7.50K

A B

Vertical Sync

Ramp Generator
u2.1 +12V +12V +12V C C3 .047uF 8 C4 .047uF C5 22uF +12V R19 562 2 q3.b R20 169 7 R21 562 2 q4.b R17 10 3 Q4 MPSW51A u2.7 R23 10K R5 42.2K u1.6 R6 41.2K vertvert+ j2-3 hor+ horu2.6 U2B MC34072 1 8 3 +5V D

5-39339
5-39831 5-40006

LPP LPP

6/24/99 7/23/99

LPP

+ R12 562 q1.b 2 8 R13 169 1 U2A MC34072 C2 100pf u2.2 R14 562 q2.b 2 Q2 MPSW51A R16 3 10 1 3 Q1 MPSW01A R15 q1.e 38.3

750uSec 16.7mSec
U4A
4

Q3 MPSW01A R18 562 1

R3 23.7K 2 U4.2

3 2

1 U1A TLC272 C1 .1uF

3 2

+ 4

ramp

1 R52 1.96K 74HCT04

+ 4

+ 4

5 6

R22 10K

R43 5.11K U1.2 d6.c

vadj

Size Adjust

2 D6 1N4148

2 D1 1N4148

1 R4 10K

To Yoke
J2 5 4 3 2 1 CON5

To Main Board
J1 1 2 3 4 5 6 CON6

3 Vsync Hsync Video C6 .047uF

VIN GND

VOUT

+5V

u1.7

7 5 u1.5 U1B TLC272 +

C7 .047uF

+12V vcadj R9 +5V 1.47K vcadj+ R10 1K

Horizontal Sync
+12V

+12V

R26 1K

4 2

5.5uSec 31.7uSec
3 74HCT04 R50 1.96K U4B 4 C22 .022uF u4.4

R24 10K q5.c R25 215 C22-2 q5.b 2 1 3

R27 10 q6.d 1 3

Q6 IRF640

Q5 2N3904

Boost C11 1000uF

+ E5 E4 E3 E2 E1

9 +12V D2 L1 +12filt
2

8 1 + MUR120 C10 1000uF Hor 7 5 2 +B 10 2 Vd 1

D3 1N4935 2 + D4 1N4935

+Vvid

Grid1

47uH C12 22uF R29 100K

Video Amplifier

+Vvid

D5 1N4937 1 C19 .01uF 2 d5.c

+5V

R36 1.96K C18 .047uF

R37 1.96K 3

+5V

q8-b

2 1 1

Q8 2N3904 R41 681 q8-e vidout

R51 19.6K U4E 11


1

2 R48 100 10 74HCT04 u4-6 q7-g 2 3 Q7 BS170 D7 1N4148

C20 No Load
1

U3 MC78L05ACP

+12V

R7 41.2K

R31 10K

R8 41.2K

Zero Adjust
R11 vcadj1.96K

6 Position flat ribbon cable Connects Main CRT to CRT socket Board
C9 6.8uF hlin C8 .022uF L2 15uH hwide L3 15- 35uH

Break Away CRT socket Board


1/2W Carbon Comp
+12V J3.1 J3 1 2 3 4 5 6 Flex6 J3x 1 2 3 4 5 6 Flex6 J3.3 J3.5 J3.6 R46 47K 47K CRT-Socket R44 R45 330 330 J4 tube.g1 tube.vd tube.12V tube.gnd tube.g1 tube.g2 tube.g4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

T1 CRT-FBT

To CRT Anode

Horizontal Amplifier Grid Voltages

R47

C15 .01uF

3 1

Vg1 Vg2

d4.a

Brightness Adjust

R28 19.6K

Unused

C13 22uF R30 100K Grid2 5 C16 .01uF C14 .01uF 74HCT04 U4D 6 U4C

Focus Adjust

9 R32 2.5Meg Focus 74HCT04 C17 .01uF 13 74HCT04 U4F

12

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


D

Date Mar 4 1999 Mar 4 1999 3/9/99 3/9/99 3/9/99 Size C Date: Title

Welch Allyn Inc.


Schematic: 620011.dsn

Rick Myers Rick Myers L.Phillips Z.Psenicnik J.Bello

CRT Deflection Board


Document Number 620011 Friday, July 23, 1999
E

Rev D Sheet 1 of 1

REV A

Description Release to Production

ECN/ECO 5-39179

Init JAC

Date 3/18/99

Ckd LPP

+5V

Temperature Amplifier
C1 .047uF

+5V

RecVdc

R1 51.1K 8 TP3 U1-3 R4 9.09K Q2 MMBT3904L R10 10K 2


A A

3 2

+ 4

R2 1K 1 U1A MC34072 Rec-Temp

C2 .01uF

U1-2

R9 10K

TP9 Q2-b 1

TP54 +24V

R7 84.5K TP10 U2-fb

+24V Boost (23.6 V nominal)


+12V + C4 1000uF L1 22uH R3 10K q1-g

A A

U1-1

TP6

Printhead On/Off Switch


4 2

R5 1K

C3 .01uF R8 23.7K C5 .01uF

+ R12 10K C7 .01uF


A
3

C6 1uF TP14 U2 UC3843A U2-out 12 11

D2 MBRS340T3 Q4-D

3 + C8 1800uF

Vcc

Vc

2 4

+5V +5V J1 CON24A Vpp Rec-Data-Latch Rec-Clock 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Rec-Supply-On Rec-Motor-Step +12V Rec-Strobe Rec-Data

TP8

3 U2-comp 1 14

VFB COMP VREF

Q1 MTP30P06V

Q4-G

R13 10

Q4 MTP30N06VL 1 3
A

R16 19.6K

Thermistor Input

+5V
3

2 D3 3 BAV99L 1
A

PWR-GND

R6 10K +12V 1

TP17 C11 .047uF Q3 2N7002 R14 10K

U2-Ref

OUT

10 TP19

R15 147

RT/CT

GND

U2-RT

ISENSE

5 U2-Isense

Q4-s

C12 .047uF

C14 2200pF 3
A

C21 .047uF

A A

TP21

C13 5600pF
A

R17 0.1

R18 no-load

Q6-e TP23 R19 3.16K

Q6 MMBT3904L

Printhead Connector
+24V-switch
A

J2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 CON16
2

14

+5V 4 U5B 74HCT04

D A

R22 4.22K RecVdc R11 5.11K 5 14 +5V 6 U5C 74HCT04


D

Thermistor1 Thermistor2 Strobe +5V

14

+5V 2 U5A 74HCT04

Strobe Latch Clock Data C10 .1uF

14

+24V +5V 1

+5V 14 TP24 10 U5E 74HCT04


D

+5V

TP26 C18 .047uF U3-10

R33 1.47K

D6 27V 3 d6-c TP1

13

12 U5F 74HCT04

11 R24 1.96K

u3-clk 14 1 U3

Vdd

Vss

D1 27V 13 12 11 10 9 8 R35 1.47K U3-8


A A A

2 TP66
D

ClkIn/Osc1/RB5 Clkout/Osc2/RB4 Vpp/MCLR/RB3 RC5/TOCK1 RC4 RC3

RB0 RB1 RB2 RC0 RC1 RC2

data-IO clk n24Von TP67

TP27 U3-9

R34 1.47K

U6 ULN2065 u6-3 u6-6 u6-11 u6-14 3 6 11 14 1B 2B 3B 4B 1C 2C 3C 4C CLMP1 CLMP2 2 7 9 16 1 8 u6-clmp

+24V

U3-3 Vpp

3 4 5 6 7

TP68

U3-5 U3-6

+ C19 .047uF C20 47uF

+5V

Connector Pin # 1 3 4 6 phase 1 2 3 4 + + +

PIC16C505 8

J3 J3-1 J3-3 J3-4 J3-6 1 2 3 4 5 6 CON6

5 6
A

+ 4

7 U1B MC34072

TP28

+ +

+ +

TP29
1

R36 1.47K U3-7

u1-7

+5V Initial Drawn 9 8 Designed U5D 74HCT04 7


D

14

Date Mar 5, 1999 Mar 5, 1999 Title 3/22/99 3/19/99 3/19/99 Size C Date:

Welch Allyn Inc.


Schematic: 620014.dsn

Rick Myers Rick Myers L.Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello

Checked Approved Release For Production

Printer Electronics
Document Number 620014 Monday, March 22, 1999
E

Rev A Sheet 1 of 1

REV 14 +5V EKG-PWM-ADC J1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CON7


4

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet


Mods to U2 clock line, Resp gain amp, ECG supply, and NVRAM pullup Improvements for ESD, RFI,and Fast Transients, Correct Respiration Diff-Amp Topology

ECN/ECO 5-39121 5-39455 5-39821 5-39936

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/24/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

EKG - Page6
5 FE-PWM-ADC

A B D

6 14 +5V U1C 74HCT04 7

AC+12V

J9 1 2 Tab-.187

Recorder ESD Ground

TP7 FE-Data-Clock

EKG-Data-Clock

8 U1D 74HCT04 7 14 +5V TP8 10 U1E 74HCT04 7


D

+5V Rec-GND
A D

C22 .047uF

EKG-ADC-Clock 14

11 +5V

FE-ADC-Clock TP9 FE-Data-In


4

+3.3V U2-Reset

TP11

FE-Data TP1 TP2 TP3 TP4

13

12 14 U1F 74HCT04 7
D

VCC

R20 10K J2 Battery 1 2 3 CON3 Batt-ID

14 11 10 12 13

Serial Data Out QA SER


SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH U2 74HCT595

16

+5V TP10

15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9

LED-On Power-Sync

EKG - Page4
FE-Pwr-Sync

4 U1B 74HCT04 7
D

NIBP - Page 2
Audio-Shutdown EROM-wr NIBP-A/D-SelC NIBP-A/D-SelB NIBP-A/D-SelA NIBP-Pump-On NIBP-ADC-Clock NIBP-Safety NIBP-15mmHg NIBP-Overpressure NIBP-Valve-Close NIBP-PWM-ADC NIBP-Offset-DAC

GND

14

+5V

C23 .047uF 1

SpO2 - Page4
9 SpO2Out
D

14

+5V

8 U8D 74HCT04 7
D

CRT Board Connector


+12V J6

SPO2-Rx

2 U1A 74HCT04 7 C30

+5V 14 +5V
D

Video-VSync Video-HSync +3.3V Video-Data

1 2 3 4 5 6 CON6

.047uF

11

14

+5V

10 U8E 74HCT04

Serial IO - Page8
1 RS423Rx
D

2 R6 1.96K 14 U8A 74HCT04 7

7 14

C3 220pF

Main PCA Connector


J4
D

+5V
3

+5V

TP5 13 3 4 14 U8B 74HCT04 7


D

12 U8F 74HCT04

NIBP-Safety +3.3V NIBP-OP ETCO2-Tx ETCO2-Rx Spare-2 NIBP-Data NIBP-15mmHg LED-Latch Video-HSync Spare-3 Power-Sync Vbackup NIBP-Valve-Close Video-VSync NIBP-Offset-DAC ac-on Key-Latch-n RS232-CTS Rec-Clock HRESET SPI-data-in

C2 .047uF
D

Vbackup

C1 .047uF
D

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49 51 53 55 57 59

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60

RS423Tx
D

NIBP-PWM-ADC RS423-Tx PIC-Data RS423-Rx SPO2-Tx SPO2-Rx ADC-Clock FE-Clock SPI-Data-Out SPI-Clock Batt-ID FE-Data Rec-Motor-Step PIC-Clk Speaker-Audio NIBP2-PW-ADC +3.3V Video-Data Nurse-Call Rec-Data-Latch Rec-Strobe SCL SCD
D

TP17 +3.3V 8 U7 AT24C02N-10SC-2.7 5 6 SDA SCL C29 .047uF R15 1.96K


D

+5V TP6

PIC-Data

6 NurseCall 7 U8C 74HCT04


D

+12V

GND

A0 A1 A2 WC

1 2 3 7

VCC

+12V C40 .047uF + C41 1uF J3 1 2 3 4 CON4 +5V 14

TP18 U7-wc

R23 1.21K

R24 1.21K

CO2 Board Connector

Fan Connector
J5 C39 .047uF 1 2 CON2

R16 3.48K

1 3 Key-clock 2 U3A 74HCT08


D

Front Panel Display Connector


+5V 14 Key-Clock-b Key-Latch-n-b Key-Data LED-Data-b LED-On 6 5 LED-Latch-b U3B 74HCT08
D

To PIC
On/Off-Key +5V

Socket 30x2
D
2

2 4 6 8 10 12 14

J8 CON14AP 1 + + 3 + + 5 + + 7 + + 9 + + 11 + + 13 + +
D

C5 .047uF

C4 330uF
2

+5V 14 7

9 8 LED-Data 10 14 U3C 74HCT08 +5V AC+12V-fuse Q1 MMBT3906L 2 3 ACON-LED 11 13 R1 10K


D

12

Jumper wire from J4-20 to J4-55

U3D 74HCT08

Q1-e TP19

Audio-Shutdown TP14 TP15 C42 .047uF Vbackup


D

+5V

Recorder Board Connector


J7 PIC-Vprog Rec-Data-Latch Rec-Clock 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 CON24A 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 Rec-Supply-On Rec-Motor-Step Rec-Strobe Rec-Data Rec+DCV Print-Temp
D

Speaker Drive
TP22 +5V C35 4.7uF TP13 ACON Rec-Supply-On +12V C14 .047uF + C36 4.7uF R17-1 TP25 J11 5 8 U9 TPA301 SP SM 4Vpp max. 1 2 3 CON3 R4 10K 1 6 R3 10K Q2-b

R2 1.96K q2-c TP21 1 2

TP20

+3.3V

Q2 MMBT3904L

R21 10K

R17 19.6K

+ 2 7

3 4

ac-on

R22 10K
1

14

C20 .047uF

Rec+DCV

1 2

Q3 2N7002

Page1
1

U10 Rec-GND
D

Vdd

(pg 1)
PIC-Data On/Off-Key 2 3 4 TP12 On/Off 5 6 7

Clkout/Osc2/RB4 Vpp/MCLR/RB3 TC5/TOCK1 RC4 RC3

RB1 RB2 RC0 RC1 RC2

12 11 10 9 8 PIC-audio uP-RESET PIC-Clk R25 1.21K TP26 R5 19.6K HRESET + C7 330uF C8 .047uF
D D

(Front Panel Key)

U9-4

ClkIn/Osc1/RB5

RB0

13

Rec-GND

R18 1.21K

Vss

TP23

U9-3 C37 0.1uF R19 19.6K TP24 Drawn Designed C38 220pF Checked Approved Release For Production Rick Myers Rick Myers L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello Mar 5, 1999 Mar 5, 1999 Title 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/16/99 Size C Date: Schematic: 620017.dsn

Rec+DCV

Initial

Date

Welch Allyn Inc.

(pg 3)
U2-Reset

(To U2)
D620361-MX10000 TP16
A

Main Board - Model 220


Document Number 620017 Tuesday, July 13, 1999
E

(To Processor)
Rec-GND

Rev E Sheet 1 of 8

L201 220uH +12V C229 10uF +

TP201 P+12V TP202 R207 464K C205 P+12V P+5V


A

REV A B R208 1.96K


A

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet


Improvements for ESD, RFI, and Fast Transients, Correct Respiration Diff-Amp Topology Mods to U2 clock line, Resp gain amp, ECG supply and NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39121 5-39455 5-39821 5-39936

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/24/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

+3.3V

D E NIBP-Overpressure

.047uF TP206 R206 1K U203-3 U203-2 C203 R202 174 C222 .01uF R210 464K 3 2 8 + 4

U201 78L05 8 IN GND GND GND OUT GND 1

R201 576

1 U203A LM393

P+12V P+5V 8 TP203 7 u207-9 10 U208B MC34072


A

TP208

TP209

+3.3V

5 6

+ 4

A A

9 8

U202-3 R203 3.32K

3 2

+ -

1 P+12V U202A MC34072


A

R209 1K U203-5 5 U203-6 6

7 U203B LM393

NIBP-15mmHg 12

TP240

P+5V R204 150 U202-5 C204 .047uF R205 750 P+12V P+.75V 5 6 P201-pwr C232 .047uF 3 8 TP212

C223 .01uF

TP211 C226 .047uF


A

Over Pressure Fault Circuit


R239 1K +12V +5V +Vpump
A

14

TP210

U208-7

P+5V

R211 1.96K

14

C201 .047uF

C202 4.7uF

P+12V .047uF

TP239

P+5V

TP207

U207C 74HCT00

11 13 U207D 74HCT00 7

L202 Bead

+ -

7 U202B MC34072
A

7 8

R242 10K

5 6

TP213 Q202-G 2 1 3

Primary Transducer
0mmHG = 0.5V 300mmHG = 4.0V
3

R236 3.83K R212 56.2K 2 P201-Out

Q202 MMDF2N02E 4

TP214 R240 10K NIBP-Safety C206 .047uF TP216 C209 .047uF R241 10K

TP215 3 Q201 MMBT3904L 2 Q201-B 1 R243 100K

Gain and Comp

6 P201-6 C227 680pF

P+12V

P201 XFPM-050KPGR-P1

TP217 R219 1.96K U204-1 D201-A D202 BAV99L 3

U204-3

3 2

+ -

1 U204A MC34072 R217 5.62K C231 .01uF

J201 Valve+ ValvePump+ Pump1 C228 .047uF 1 2 3 4 5 CON5 R246 31.6 TP204

+3.3V

Zero Adjust +/-20mmHg range


TP219 R216 19.6K TP220

P+12V

R213 237K

R244 21.5K R214 10K NIBP-Offset-DAC C207-1 R215 100K

4
A

U204-2 TP221 TP222

U204-5

5 6

+ -

7 U204B MC34072

PWM D/A 76.8KHz

NIBP-A/D-SelC NIBP-A/D-SelB 7 8

R218 23.7K

NIBP-A/D-SelA

5 6

C207 1uF

C208 1uF

Q203 MMDF2N02E

A/D Mux
U204-7 P+.75V 1 8 7
A

NIBP-Valve-Close

2 3

NIBP-Pump-On

9 10 11 6 P+12V P+12V C211 .047uF 8


A

VSS

C B A INH X7 X6 X5 X4 X3 X2 X1 X0 16

VEE

R247 1K

R248 1K

U209 4051

Safety Transducer
8 P202-Out+ P202-2 3 2 + -

C216 .047uF

TP224

BattCurrent BattVoltage Print-Temp

VDD

TP226 R227 5.11K 1 U206A MC34072 U206-1 R228 +5V 1.96K R223 21.5K C214 .047uF C217 .047uF
A

P4.25V P.75V PrimaryPres SafetyPres +5V/2 TP227

4 2 5 1 12 15 14 13

TP225 R235 3.48K X 3 C230 .047uF U209-Out U210-2

NIBP PWM A/D Converter


R237 464K TP228

U205-3

3 2

+ -

1 U205A MC34072

C210 .047uF

R229 1.96K

P+5V
A

P202 FPNS-07PGR

TP229
A

C212 680pF 1 3 + 6 8 P202-OutP202-5 5 5 6 R220 806 TP233 5VRef


A

U206-2

P+5V TP231 R230 10K TP230 U208-3 P+12V 1 5 4 C221 .047uF C224 1000pF R234 3.48K U210-3 6

P+5V P+12V R224 1K TP232 7 U206B MC34072 U206-7 R225 1K C218 4.7uF
A

C225 .047uF

P+5V
A

+ 4

R231 73.2K

C219 .047uF 3
A A

2 + 3 -

7 U210 MAX941

U210-7

4 6 5 U207B 74HCT00
A

14

NIBP-PWM-ADC

+ -

1 U208A MC34072 C220 .01uF

U208-1

+ U207A 74HCT00 R232 10K U208-2

TP235

U206-6
A

14

P+12V

1 3 TP236 R233 3.48K D201-C TP238 7 U205-7


A

Zero Offset

R221 3.16K

TP237 8 5 6

R226 21.5K

C215 .047uF

NIBP-ADC-Clock

2 D201 MMBD1503A

PWM A/D Converter

1 Initial Drawn Designed Checked Rick Myers Rick Myers L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello Date Mar 5, 1999 Mar 5, 1999 Title 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/16/99 Size C Date:

+ -

Welch Allyn Inc.


Schematic: 620017.dsn

7 U205B MC34072

U207-3 TP234

C213 .01uF

R222 1K

NIBP ELECTRONICS
Document Number 620017 Tuesday, July 13, 1999
E

Approved Release For Production

Rev E Sheet 2 of 8

REV U407 78L05 iso+5Vdig C406 100uF + C403 .047uF


S S

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet


Improvements for ESD, RFI, and Fast Transients, Correct Respiration Diff-Amp Topology Mods to U2 clock line, Resp gain amp, ECG supply and NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39121 5-39455 5-39821 5-39936

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/24/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

A IN GND GND GND 8 B C430 .047uF


S

OUT GND

D E

3
S

s+5V C415 1uF +

1 5 U403 LP2951C
S

2 8 7 3 GND 6 2

VOUT ERR

VIN FDBK SHTDN TAP SENS

U403-fb
S

C401 .047uF

Isolation Barrier

Isolated SpO2 Circuits


D401 MBRS130T3 f+V T401-1

+12V

Grounded SpO2 Circuits


+ C409 470pf C412 10uF

s-5V

1 U404 C421 79L05 + 1uF

4 OUT GND IN IN IN IN 2 3 6 7 C424 .047uF


S S

C402 .047uF
S

C405 100uF

R419 215 1 TP450 R419-2 C433 470pf 3 2

T401 C409-1 R405 215 C414 .047uF 8 TP453 D405 BAV99L Q401-g R407 10 Q402-e 3 TP454 U402-e R409 5.11K TP449

+12V

TP452 fVcc +

L401 220uH

U402-ref 15 U402 VREF 16 10 3 6 7 2 1 9 U402-rt U402-ct

TP451 C420 .047uF FE-Pwr-Sync TP455 TP457


3

T401-8 4 2

TP466

C431 10uF

C434 10uF
D E E S

4 IsoXfmr

Q401 MTD3055V 3

2 2

D403 TP456 Q402 MMBT3906L R406 0.2 Q401-s


S S

12 11 13 14 4 5

CA EA CB EB +SENSE -SENSE GND

VIN U402-sen

SHTDWN OSCOUT RT CT V+ VCOMP LM3524DM 8

f-V
3

T401-4 C407 100uF MBRS130T3 +

1 3

U402-1

TP468 fVee

L402 220uH

C404 .047uF

R408 100

TP458

C410 .01uF

C411 2200pF

R410 7.5K

f+V TP461 f+5V C416 .047uF R415 100 U401-7 U401B LM358 7 8 TP460 5 6 + C418 4.7uF U401-5 R416 10K s+5V

+ 4

TP465

C417 680pF

Nonin SpO2 Connector


J401 1 2 3 4 CON4
S S

sSpO2tx + C419 10uF

Nellcor SpO2 Connector


J402 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 SpO2-Reset

s-5V iso+5Vdig

s+5V
1

CON14AP
S S

C427 .047uF

C428 10uF

C429 .047uF Drawn

+
S

C432 10uF

C435 10uF f+V R422 10K TP459 U401-3 U401-2 R423 5.11K TP462
S S

+5V U410 4N25 iso401-a 1 6 5 4 2 R404 196K R402 10K C408-2


S

3 2

+ -

R403 1K 1 U401A LM358 U401-1

iso401-b opto-fb

R411 5.11K

R401 10K s+5V

C408 .01uf

R417 10K

TP463

TP464

f+V

J403 1 2 Tab-.187

SpO2 ESD Ground

iso+5Vdig C413 .047uF +5V

S D E

sSpO2tx

Q403 MMBT3904L R412 196 Q403-e iso402-a 2 U411 HCNW4503 8

C422 .047uF

R414 1.96K TP469 R424 10K

TP467

6 3 5

U411-6 C436 1000pF

SpO2Out

Initial Rick Myers Rick Myers L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello

Date Mar 5, 1999 Mar 5, 1999 Title 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/16/99 Size C Date:

Welch Allyn Inc.


Schematic: 620017.dsn

Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


B C D

Power Isolation and SpO2 Interface


Document Number 620017 Tuesday, July 13, 1999
E

Rev E Sheet 4 of 8

REV A B U702 fVcc C715 .047uF C716 .047uF U703 D E f+5V

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet


Improvements for ESD, RFI, and Fast Transients, Correct Respiration Diff-Amp Topology Mods to U2 clock line, Resp gain amp, ECG supply and NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39121 5-39455 5-39821 5-39936

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/24/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

E
4

14

fVee 12 C717 .047uF C718 .047uF 11

10

VCC

D CLK

PR

GND

CL

13
E

U701B 74HC74

Respiration Drive Circuit


f+5V -Clamp +Clamp + D701 MMBD1503A 1 R701 1.96K Right-Arm
3

Isolation Barrier

C719 4.7uF

iso+5Vdig

iso+5Vdig

2 C701 1000pF D701-3 3

14

TP702 C701-1

R703 31.6K RespDr+

TP703 4 Q PR 5 TP704

U701A 74HC74 2 3 resp-clk

TP723 R725 2.15K u710-6

R705 2.15K
E

C705 0.1uF U710 HCNW4503 8 6 2


3

+5V

D CLK

CL

TP701 D702 MMBD1503A 1 R702 1.96K Left-Arm D702-3 3 2 C702 1000pF TP705 C702-1 R704 31.6K RespDr-

GND

VCC

R706 215 3 iso701-a FE-Pwr-Sync

C721 100pF
E D E D

Resp-Off

TP706 d705-c

R724 196K

TP707 Resp-DC C720 .047uF

D703 MMBD1503A 1 R707 1.96K D703-3 3 2 C706 330pF TP708

fVcc

Respiration Diff Amp


TP709 1 U702A AD712 R711 15.8K R715 3.16K TP711 R716 3.16K U702-1 D705 MMBD354LT1 1 3 C712 3.3uF Resp-AC

U702-3

3 2

+ 4

B.W. = .06Hz to 16 Hz
R720 100K TP712

fVcc

Gain =1000 B.W. = 10Hz


TP713 7 U703B AD712 R721 316K An-Resp

TP710

R709 464K

U703-5

5 6

+ 4

fVee
E

U702-2 fVee U703-2 R712 1K

2 R717 3.16K D703-1 C711 0.1uF R718 825K R719 51.1K Q701-d
E E E

D704 MMBD1503A 1 R708 1.96K 3 2

TP714

C713 0.1uF

fVcc 3 C707 TP720 330pF U702-5 U702B


E

D704-3

5 6

AD712 + R713 1K 4 7 U702-7 TP722

Q701-g

fVcc

TP721 R710 464K

fVee 1 U702-6
E

TP715 R714 15.8K R723 1Meg 3

TP716

1 U703A AD712

fVee U703-6 TP717 R722 316

TP718 TP719

Q701 MMBF4393L

C714 .047uF
E

D706 MMBD1503A 2 Resp-Reset

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


C D

Date Mar 5, 1999 Mar 5, 1999 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/16/99 Size C Date: Title

Welch Allyn Inc.


Schematic: 620017.dsn

Rick Myers Rick Myers L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello

Respiration
Document Number 620017 Wednesday, July 14, 1999
E

Rev E Sheet 7 of 8

Q303 Rec+DCV 4 2 U307 u307-6 + C331 4.7uF 8 7 3 6 2 VIN FDBK SHTDN GND TAP SENS LP2951CD-3.3
D D

REV A Q303-s C335 .047uF L303 Bead L302-1 B D E V+18V R308 17.8K TP302 U302-fb TP304 3 D303 5.1V 1 U302-pwr C306 1uF C310 1000uF L302 22uH

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet


Improvements for ESD, RFI, and Fast Transients, Correct Respiration Diff-Amp Topology Mods to U2 clock line, Resp gain amp, ECG supply and NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39121 5-39455 5-39821 5-39936

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/24/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

MTP30N06VL 3

On/Off Switch
VOUT ERR 1 5 + C332 4.7uF VBackup

+12V Boost (12.1V nominal)

D
4

+Vfuse

On/Off Circuit 18V Boost - Mosfet Gate Voltage


U301-7 L301 1mH R305 1 U301 MC34063AD IDC IPK ISWC Vcc ISWE GND 8 1 2 R306 61.9K 5 U301-comp 3 U301-sw 1 D302 BAV99L 2 C307 .047uF 5VRef TP307

R309 4.64K

TP305

R310 10K C305-1 12 Q305-d U302 UC3843A 2 4 11

D304 MBRS340T3 D304-C C311 1000uF

L305 Bead +12V + C312 1000uF + C336 .047uF C313 330uF

HS301

TP306

U302-comp

1 14

6078 AC+12V 1 Battery 3 2 4 + C301 330uF R301 10K Q301-b Q301 MPSW51A 1 3 7 U301-pwr TP309 U301-ct 6

COMP VREF PWR-GND OUT 10

R314 10 TP308

Q305-g

4Amp

U302-out

VFB

Vcc

Heatsink for D301

Vc

F303

C305 5600pF

+ Q305

1 3

MTP30N06VL

RT/CT

GND

R311 10K

U302-ct

ISENSE

U302-sense R315 196 Q305-s R316 0.1

D301 MBR2535CTL

C302 1uF

TCAP

COMP

TP314 TP313 R303 51.1K On/Off 3 C339-1 R304 100K Q302-B 1 + 1


3

R302 1.96K Q302-c 3 Q302 MMBT3904L 2

C303 470pf

TP310

+ R307 4.64K

C304 100uF

C308 2200pF

TP311

R312 3.83K 2 Q304-e R313 1.96K C309 5600pF

Q304 MMBT3904L D312 BAV99L AC+12V-fuse 1 3

TP312

R317 7.5K 2 D312-c TP316


3

TP315

2 D313 NO LOAD

C339 1uF

TP354

F301 4Amp Bat-fuse

D310 MBRS340T3 Q312

+Vpump HS302

Heatsink forQ312
6078 +5V + Q312-g R348 10K C324 1000pF C324-2 R347 10K TP318 TP319 C328 .047uF C325 100uF U306 LF33CV 1 IN GND OUT 3 + C329 100uF C330 .047uF +3.3V 3

Battery Charger
TP349 F302 4Amp F302-2 C340 .047uF L306 Bead AC+12V-fuse C337 .047uF + C318 330uF Q308-g R326 10 Q307-e 1 D305 BAV99L 3 33.2K R330 33.2K 6 U303-out Q306-c Q306-b R323 1.96K TP328 TP330 GND ISENSE 5 U303-5 TP329 R324 10K R321 27.4K U303-ct R322 10K TP335 2 3 C320 .01uF U304-2 U304-1 R332 19.6K Ref-Batcharge TP332 2 3 U305-5 Q306 MMBT3904L 5 TP320 TP321 TP322 R331 U305-6 D306 MBRS340T3 1 3 Q308 MTP23P06V 2 4 Q308-d L304 47uH C319-1 TP353 R327 0.1 D307-A D307 MBRS340T3 Q311 MTP30N06VL 1 3

4 2 4 2 + C323 100uF

MTP30N06VL

R346 100

C319 1000uF

C338 .047uF

TP317

U305-1

R325 1.96K
2

U305A MC34072 8

Vcc

Vc

VFB COMP VREF

14 C315 .047uF R320 7.5K

OUT PWR-GND

10

RT/CT

Current Limit (1.5 Amp)


D308 BAV99L 1

1 U304A MC34072 8

ACON Ref-Batcharge

R341 10K AC+12V-fuse Batt-fb TP341 TP342 R339 19.6K R339-2 TP345 R340 10K TP344 6 5 U304-6 U304-5 R336 7.5K R337 8.87K Bat-Adj R338 2 1K R345 10K TP348 RT301 10K R344 10K ACON TP350 3 1 2 Q310-c 3 RT301-1 TP352 Q309-3 4 C321 .01uF R334 19.6K Ref-Batcharge R335 4.32K R342 19.6K 1 3 Q309-b 2 Q309 MMBT3906L TP346 TP339 R343 10K R343-1 2 TP355 D309 BAV70L D309-a

+12V R353 5.11K

+12V

TP347 +5V

U304-7

7 U304B MC34072 +

Float Voltage
AC+12V-fuse 1

Q310-b

C316 2200pF

TP333

2 3 U304-3 C322 .047uF

TP336

R333 19.6K

TP337 I-Batt

U303-cp 1

TP351

R319 19.6K 3

U303 UC3843A

12

11

TP326

D311 BAV70L 7 U305B MC34072 AC+12V-fuse 2 U305-pwr TP331 Q313 R351 5.11K Q313-d 3 2N7002 2 R352 5.11K C333 .047uF TP334 BattVoltage +12V 1 3 C327 .047uF

TP338

TP340 Q314-d 3 2 BattCurrent

TP343

Q314 2N7002

R354 5.11K

Q310 MMBT3904L

Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production

U303-fb

C314 .047uF

R318 10K

TP324

+5V Linear Low Dropout

U305-2

Q307 MMBT3904L 3 2

R328 1K

R329 1K

D D

2 3 U305-3

TP323

R349 10K 5VRef C326 .01uF R350 10K

R355 14.7K

C334 .047uF

Ibatt=0: BattCurr=0.74V Ibatt=1.5: BattCurr=2.87V


1

Initial Rick Myers Rick Myers L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello

Date Mar 5, 1999 Mar 5, 1999 Title 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/16/99 Size C Date:

Welch Allyn Inc.


Schematic: 620017.dsn

DC/DC Power Supplies


Document Number 620017 Tuesday, July 13, 1999
E

Rev E Sheet 3 of 8

REV A U501 fVcc D + C534 4.7uF C518 .047uF C520 .047uF C522 .047uF C524 .047uF C526 .047uF C528 .047uF C530 .047uF C532 .047uF E U502 U503 U504 U505 U506 U507 U508 B

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet


Improvements for ESD, RFI, and Fast Transients, Correct Respiration Diff-Amp Topology Mods to U2 clock line, Resp gain amp, ECG supply and NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39121 5-39455 5-39821 5-39936

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/24/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

Defib Protect RFI Filtering


4

+clamp -clamp fVee

TP501 R506 10K fVcc +clamp 3 TP502 R507 10K fVee Right-Arm Left-Arm J501 CON6 1 2 3 4 5 6 Right-Arm N501 LAMP NEON R501 51.1K 1 3 -clamp D501 MMBD1503A 2 TP503 R508 10K U501-3 3 2 C501 220pF C506 220pF TP507 R509 22Meg R509-1
S E E

C535 4.7uF

C519 .047uF

C521 .047uF

C523 .047uF

C525 .047uF

C527 .047uF

C529 .047uF

C531 .047uF

C533 .047uF

D506 5.1V 1
E E E E E E E E E

1 D507 5.1V

Input Buffers Gain = 9.26


RA LA LL fVcc

TP504 8 TP505

D501-3

16

+ -

U501A MC34002 TP509

R517 10K 0.1%

C510 220pF

TP508 R529 R530 10K 10K

fVee R557 22Meg U501-2 R518 1.21K 0.1% TP513


E

Shield
D502 MMBD1503A

RA RA LA aVR aVL aVF V-

13 14 15 12 1 5 2 4 6 11 10 9

VDD

X0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7

mux- 3 2

+ -

fVcc 1
3

VSS

TP511 R502 51.1K Left-Arm N502 LAMP NEON R510 10K 3 D502-3

R532

10K

VEE

VLdsOff TP512 U501-5 R511 22Meg TP519 R511-1 5 6

+ -

7 R533 U501B MC34002 TP520 R519 10K 0.1% C511 220pF R534 10K 10K

TP515 16 fVcc LA LL LL RA LA LL V+ 13 14 15 12 1 5 2 4 6 11 10 9

fVee TP516

TP522 8 TP557 R565 121K 1 U508A AD712 u501-8 C542 220pF

u509-4

VDD

C502 220pF

C507 220pF

fVee R558 22Meg U501-6 R520 1.21K 0.1% TP525


E

TP521 R535 R536 R537 10K 10K 10K


E

D503 MMBD1503A fVcc 1 R503 51.1K Left-Leg N503 LAMP NEON 3 2 TP523 R512 10K U502-3 R513 22Meg TP531 R513-1
S E E

X0 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7

mux+ 5 6

+ -

R545 10K 0.1% 7 U507B MC34002 diff+ TP514

3 2

+ -

4 3

+ 5

VLdsOff TP524 8 3 2

VSS

VEE

D503-3

+ -

1 8 7 fVee
E E

C503 220pF

C508 220pF

U502A MC34002 TP533

R521 10K 0.1%

C512 220pF

ecg-hp C516 .047uF

U508-5

5 6

+ -

fVee R559 22Meg U502-2 TP535 TP536 TP537 R548 1Meg R549 110K Q504-d
E

R561 34.8K

TP553

R562 464K

TP554 1

D504 MMBD1503A TP538 2 R514 10K D504-3 U502-5 R515 22Meg TP542 R515-1
E

fVcc VLdsOff TP539 8 5 6

R522 1.21K 0.1% TP540


E

Mux-LdS-A Mux-LdS-B Mux-LdS-C

fVee U508-6 R552 1K

c538-1
2

c539-1 C539 330pF 3

TP526

TP527
2

C538 1000pF

+ -

7 U502B MC34002 TP543 R523 10K 0.1%

TP530 C513 220pF TP532 Q504 2N7002 22 Q504-s 1 Q504-g 1 R553 100K Sw-MonBw
E

R504 51.1K V-Lead N504 LAMP NEON

fVee R560 22Meg U502-6 R524 1.21K 0.1% fVcc Q501-S Q502 2N7002 2 3 VLdsOff 1 1 Q505 2N7002 3

C504 220pF VLdsOff


S E

TP561

Q501 2N7002 3 2

C509 220pF

TP547 8 TP548 U503B MC34002 7 R555 30.1K 5 6 C536 .01uF R556 10K U503-5 f+5V

R563 34.8K

TP555

R564 464K

+ 4

TP556 Sw-RLD-V TP560 U504 Sw-RLD-RL Sw-RLD-LL 3 1 14 16 11 9 6 8 13 4 5


E

c540-1 C540 1000pF

c541-1 C541 330pF

f+1.24V 2

S1 IN1 S2 IN2 S3 IN3 S4 IN4 V+ VGND DG202CSE

D1 D2 D3 D4

fVee 15 10 TP549 7 R516 10K RL-mux vRL U503A MC34002 1 TP551 R525 10K 3 2
E E E

D505 BAV99L 1
1

Sw-RLD-LA 2 Sw-RLD-RA fVcc fVee

fVcc

R505 51.1K Right-Leg N505 LAMP NEON

D505-3

TP550

C505 220pF

TP559

A/D Inputs Leads Off

Lead Select

V+ fVcc

Wilson Network

fVcc

TP506 U505 4051

1 U507A MC34002

diff-

C544 1000pF

Diff Amp Gain = 1


R544 0.1% 10K R546 0.1% 10K U508-3 TP558 C543 .047uF
3

fVee

TP510 R531 10K


E

INH A B C

fVcc fVcc fVcc

U506 4051

1 U509 LMC7101 fVee

fVee fVee R547 10K 0.1% TP528 TP529 u508-2

INH A B C

diff-out C545 1000pF

High Pass (0.05Hz or 0.5Hz) Low Pass (150Hz)


TP517 C515 3.3uF R550 19.6K

fVcc

Gain Stage Gain = 74


TP518 7 U508B AD712

An-ECG

R551 73.2K

C517 .01uF

+ -

R526 10K Initial Date Mar 5, 1999 Mar 5, 1999 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/16/99 Size C Date: Title

U503-2

RLD Amp
R527 1K

Welch Allyn Inc.


Schematic: 620017.dsn

fVee C514-2 R528 51.1K

C514 0.1uF

Drawn Designed TP552 Checked Approved Release For Production

Rick Myers Rick Myers L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello

ECG Amp
Document Number 620017 Wednesday, July 14, 1999
E

Rev E Sheet 5 of 8

U601 fVcc

U602

U603

U608

U609

REV A fVcc

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet


Improvements for ESD, RFI, and Fast Transients, Correct Respiration Diff-Amp Topology Mods to U2 clock line, Resp gain amp, ECG supply and NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39121 5-39455 5-39821 5-39936

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/24/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

C622 .047uF

C609 4.7uF

C623 .047uF

C624 .047uF

C637 .047uF

C639 .047uF R623 46.4K fVcc 8 TP604 TP603 5 6 Resp-Off SpO2-Reset 4 C629 .047uF
D E D E

B D U605 iso+5Vdig U606 E C631 .047uF iso+5Vdig

U601 fVee C625 .047uF


4

U602

U603

U608

U609

Resp-Reset TP601 fVcc

7 U607B LM393 fVee fVcc R622 46.4K

+ -

C614 4.7uF

C626 .047uF

C627 .047uF

C638 .047uF

C640 .047uF

Isolation Barrier
4

TP609

fVee

fVcc SW-RLD-RL SW-RLD-LL 5 6 f+1.24V 8

Sw-RespReset SW-RL-V MuxB MonBw

SW-RLD-V

7 AD712 U608B fVee

+ 4

9 TP610 TP611

QH TP612

GND

QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH

SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G

VCC

U607A LM393

2 TP606 TP607 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

U605 74HCT595

U604-1

16

Sw-MonBw

14

12 13

U605-out TP613 TP614 U606 74HCT595 TP616 TP617 TP618

16

14

U604-3

VCC

14

GND

TP615 8
3

Resp-DC

7 U601B MC34072 U604F E 74HCT04 9 10 11 6 4 2 5 1 12 15 14 13 VSS C B A INH X7 X6 X5 X4 X3 X2 X1 X0 16 VEE 7


D E

14

U604-5

VDD

R624 51.1K f+1.24V

+ -

1 U608A AD712

U608-1

Patient-Temp

fVcc 8

fVee TP623 C634 .01uF

TP624

MuxA vRL f+1.24V RA LA LL V+ An-ECG

9 10 11 6 4 2 5 1 12 15 14 13

VSS

C B A INH X7 X6 X5 X4 X3 X2 X1 X0 16

VEE

U603out

-Clamp D602 BAV99L 1


2

VDD

R627 2

1.21K

R605 3.48K

U602-2

C635 .01uF R601 10K

fVcc C603 680pF 2 U601-1 R606 3.48K U602-3

U602-7

TP627 U601-3

fVcc

TP625

TP626

U602-5

J601 2 1 CON2 Temp-In f+5V C636 2200pF

14

5 6 8

U604-8

Temperature Thermistor

R602 73.2K f+5V

3 2

+ 4 1

R603 46.4K

Q601-e

TP631

U601A MC34072

TP630

TP629

14

+
E

iso+5Vdig TP605 + 3

Serial/Parallel Control Data


TP638 U604A 74HCT04 2

f+5V

TP639

R613 6.19K R628 10K


D E

C641 0.1uF 8 U613-6 6

+5V U613 HCNW4503 2 R619 619 3 iso604-a FE-Data-In

14 11 10

U604-2 TP636

5 C643 220pF
E D E D E

iso+5Vdig
E

TP640 f+5V 14 11 10 12 13 U604-4 U604B 74HCT04 4 R629 10K R615 6.19K


D E

C642 0.1uF 8 U612-6 C644 220pF 6

+5V U612 HCNW4503 2 R620 619 3 5 iso603-a FE-Data-Clock

f+5V fVcc f+5V

C630 4.7uF

SW-RLD-LA SW-RLD-RA Mux-LdS-C Mux-LdS-B Mux-LdS-A

TP635 fVee

Mux-A/D-C Mux-A/D-B Mux-A/D-A

15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9

QA QB QC QD QE QF QG QH QH

SER SRCLK SRCLR RCLK G

TP637

E D E

E
3

13

12

U605-12 C646 1000pF iso+5Vdig

Resp-LdsOff fVee U601-7 fVcc TP620 U608-3 R626 1K TP621

U609 4051

Temperature Amplifier

An-Resp

MuxB

R630 10K

TP641 f+5V U604C 74HCT04 R617 2.15K R631 5.11K


D E

C628 0.1uF 8 U611-6 6

U611 HCNW4503 2

+5V

TP642 U604-6 X 3 6 5

R621 215 3 iso602-a FE-ADC-Clock

A/D Mux
5 C645 100pF
D E

C633 U608-22 .01uF

fVee

U603 4051

MuxA

+Clamp

R625 1K

R607 464K iso+5Vdig iso+5Vdig fVcc f+5V R608 1K C632 .047uF TP628 1 +5V Q601 MMBT3904L
E
2

0.1%

+ -

7 U602 LM311

8 U604D 74HCT04
E

C621 R610 511 iso601-a 2 U610 HCNW4503 8 R632 5.11K 6 U610-6 3 5


D E

R611 6.19K

0.1uF TP643

U601-2 C601 10 U604E 74HCT04


E

fVee

11

U604-10 R604 10K D601-2 2 D601 MMBD1503A 1000pF 1

PWM A/D Converter

fVee

TP632

FE-PWM-ADC

C647 100pF

TP633

Integrator Input
(U604-10) +5V

52uSec 833uSec
1

Comparator Inputs
Analog In -5V Drawn Initial Rick Myers Rick Myers L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello Date Mar 5, 1999 Mar 5, 1999 Title 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/16/99 Size C Date:

Welch Allyn Inc.


Schematic: 620017.dsn

PWM-Out
(U602-7) Designed Checked Approved

ECG A/D and Interface


Document Number 620017 Wednesday, July 14, 1999
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PWM-timer
Release For Production
A B C D

Rev E Sheet 6 of 8

REV A B D E

Description Release to Production See ECN worksheet


Improvements for ESD, RFI, and Fast Transients, Correct Respiration Diff-Amp Topology Mods to U2 clock line, Resp gain amp, ECG supply and NVRAM pullup

ECN/ECO 5-39121 5-39455 5-39821 5-39936

Init JAC LPP LPP LPP

Date 3/15/99 4/27/99 6/24/99 7/9/99

Ckd LPP LPP LPP

Isolation Barrier
Isolated Supply Serial Communication
T801-5 5 2 R816 215
3

D801 BAV99L T801-1 R812 215 R812-1 1 3 2 + C803 100uF RVcc

T801 1

TP802 D802 BAV99L 1 C813 470pf 3 2 + C804 100uF


R

T801-2

R+5V

8 3
3

U801 MC34063AD +5V R801 1 7 6 TP803 GND U801-ct C801 1uF + 3 TCAP IPK ISWC Vcc ISWE COMP IDC 8 1 2 5 U801-5 U801-1

TP801

R815-1 C807 470pf IsoXfmr T801-4 2 3 1 C805 100uF RVee


R R

D803 BAV99L

+5V C802 220pf 7 C COMP 6 R802 5.11K FB E GND TPS5908 2 4 3 ISO801-2 ISO801-4 U805 LED 1 R803 10K ISO801-1

R804 5.11K

R803-2

C806 .01uF

R805 3.16K TP804

TP805

R806 1K

R R

+Vfuse TP810
2

R813 619 NurseCall q802-b 1

Q802 MMBT3904L q802-e 2 4 1

K801 RELAY SPST 3 C809 .047uF 2


R R

16

Vdd

Vcc

C815 .047uF R810 619 RS423Tx iso803-a 2 U803 HCNW4503 8 6 iso803-c 3 5

TP807 15
R

R+5V

R+5V

R811 6.19K

GND

Vss

R+5V
R R

C816 .047uF R807 6.19K U804 HCNW4503 8 6 3 5


R

+5V

+5V

1 R808 619 2 iso802-a q801-e 2

U802-15

Q801 MMBT3904L

RS423Rx

TP809

R+5V

RVcc

C808 .047uF

TP806 R819 215 1RA 2RA 3RA 1DY 2DY 3DY 2 4 6 3 5 7 U802 TL145406 RVee
R R R

Serial I/O connector


J801 contact1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 RJ-45

1RY 2RY 3RY 1DA 2DA 3DA

U802-2 TP808 R817 215 Rx Tx contact2

13 11 14 12 10

U802-3

C814 680pF

C812 680pF

C810 .047uF

Initial Drawn Designed Checked Approved Release For Production


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Date Mar 5, 1999 Mar 5, 1999 3/16/99 3/16/99 3/16/99 Size C Date: Title

Welch Allyn Inc.


Schematic: 620017.dsn

Rick Myers Rick Myers L. Phillips Z. Psenicnik J. Bello

Serial Communication
Document Number 620017 Wednesday, July 14, 1999
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Rev E Sheet 8 of 8

Appendix E

Equipment for perfoming Safety Tests on the Atlas Monitor:

CAUTION : High Voltages are generated and used during the HI-Pot or Dielectric Test. DO NOT OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT AND OR RUN THIS TEST UNLESS YOU HAVE BEEN PROPERLY TRAINED AND ARE QUALIFIED ON THIS PROCEDURE!

Description Modified AC Cord Safety Analizer Hi-Pot AC Power Source

Tool # T-16761 601 Pro Series Model 3500D Model EW 371

Company Welch Allyn BioTek Associated Research Elgar

Test Procedure for Atlas Safety Test Station


Leakage Test Procedure: 1. Verify that all plugs removed from the Elgar AC Power Source and the Biotek 601 Pro Safety Tester 2. Turn on EW371 Elgar Supply 3. Set Voltage and Frequency (240VAC, 50 Hz) after self-test has completed Key strokes: [Shift] [Range (300v)] [Shift] [2] [4] [0] [Enter] [V/F (frequency)] [5] [0] [Enter] [Out] 4. Plug in Biotek 601 Pro to front panel and power up Biotek. 5. Toggle [Class/Type] button until Class I, Type CF displayed on Main Menu if necessary. 6 Select Test Standard IEC601-1 by pressing the [More] key and then toggling the [Down Arrow]. Then select with [Enter]. Once selected press [ESC] 7. Connect ECG leads to Biotek in accordance with color code directly above the top row of sockets: AP/RA (wht), RL (grn), LA (blk), LL (red), V1 (brn) 8. Select Patient Leakage Current Connections: All-Earth[up/down arrows], Norm Pol [polarity], Earth[earth], L2[L2], Class I Type CF. (no indicator lights are on in outlet control panel [dual rev. pol, no earth, no L2: all off]) 9. Select Patient Leakage #7 to provide AC power to Biotek AC socket. 10. Turn on Atlas Monitor. 11. Press Mains on Applied Part #8. 11. Record All-Earth:Norm and All-Earth:Rev result (pass/fail) on Atlas Monitor Test Result form. If failure, then place unit on Debug shelf. 12. Press Patient Leakage uA #7. 13. Record Patient Leakage result (pass/fail) on Atlas Monitor Test Result form. If failure, then place unit on Debug shelf. 14. Turn off Atlas Monitor. 15. Remove ECG cable from Atlas. 16. Remove AC cord if no printer and proceed to Dielectric Tests. 17. If printer, continue to Ground Continuity Test.

Ground Continuity Test (Printer Models Only) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Press [Earth Resistance] key (#4) Toggle [Test Current] key (#5) until Test Current is 1A if necessary Plug red test lead from Front Panel red jack to green jack Press [Cal] to calibrate test lead After calibration complete, remove red lead from green jack and place red clip on red lead tip Attach red lead from 601Pro to printer motor case Press [Earth Resistance] (#4) Record Earth Resistance result (pass/fail) on Atlas Monitor Test Result form. If failure, then place unit on Debug shelf. 9. Press [ESC] key 10. Remove red lead from jack and printer motor 11. Disconnect AC cord from Atlas and continue to Dielectric Test.

Leakage Test Procedure after First Run of Day 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Verify Output Voltage and Frequency of EW371 Power Supply (240VAC, 50 Hz) Plug power cord from Biotek 601Pro into Atlas Monitor. Verify ECG Lead Connection to Biotek 601 Pro. Connect ECG plug from Biotek to Atlas Monitor. Select Patient Leakage #7 to provide AC power to Biotek AC socket. Turn on Atlas Monitor. Press Mains on Applied Part #8.

8. Record All-Earth:Norm and All-Earth:Rev result (pass/fail) on Atlas Monitor Test Result form. If failure, then place unit on Debug shelf. 9. Press Patient Leakage uA #7. 10. Record Patient Leakage result (pass/fail) on Atlas Monitor Test Result form. If failure, then place unit on Debug shelf. 11. Turn off Atlas Monitor. 12. Remove ECG cable from Atlas. 13. Remove AC cord if no printer and proceed to Dielectric Tests. 14. If printer, continue to Ground Continuity Test.

Ground Continuity Test (Printer Models Only) 1. Attach red lead from 601Pro to printer motor case 2. Press [Earth Resistance] (#4) 3. Record Earth Resistance result (pass/fail) on Atlas Monitor Test Result form. If failure, then place unit on Debug shelf. 4. Press [ESC] key 5. Remove red lead from jack and printer motor 6. Disconnect AC cord from Atlas At conclusion of last test of day, turn off Biotek 601Pro and Elgar power supply EW371.

CAUTION : High Voltages are generated and used during the HI-Pot or Dielectric Test. DO NOT OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT AND OR RUN THIS TEST UNLESS YOU HAVE BEEN PROPERLY TRAINED AND ARE QUALIFIED ON THIS PROCEDURE!
Dielectric Test Three tests will be performed for Dielectric Withstand. 1. Mains to Instrument Common: 1500 VAC 2. Mains to ECG Output: 4000 VAC 3. Mains to Isolated RS232 (Models 210/220 only): 4000 VAC

Mains to Instrument Common: 1500 VAC A. Connect the modified AC cord (Connection 1: hot and neutral joined, Connection 2: earth ground) to the back of the Atlas Monitor. B. Connect the black clip lead to the return jack of the Hypot 3500 Dielectric tester. C. Connect the red clip lead to the HV jack of the Hypot 3500 Dielectric tester. D. Turn on 3500D. Press [Set] E. Set voltage to 1500 VAC with [up]/[down] buttons F. Press [Set] G. Set current limit to 3 mA with [up]/[down] buttons

H. Press [Set] I. Set Timer to 60 seconds with [up]/[down] buttons J. Press [Set] K. Set Continuity off. L. Scroll through settings with [Set] button. M. When settings verified, press [Exit] button. N. Connect Red Clip lead to joined Hot and Neutral lines of the test connector O. Connect Blk Clip lead to grd wire of the modified AC cord. P. Position electrical leads at rear of test bench Q. Press green [Test] button. Wait for 60 seconds. R. Record current: _______mA Mains to ECG Output: 4KV A. Plug modified ECG cables into ECG connector at front of Atlas unit. B. Connect the modified AC cord (hot, neutral, and earth ground connected) to the back of the Atlas Monitor. C. Connect the black lead banana plug to the return jack of the Hypot 3500 Dielectric tester. D. Connect the red lead banana plug to the red jack of the Hypot 3500 Dielectric tester. E. Turn on 3500D. Press [Set] F. Set voltage to 1500 VAC with [up]/[down] buttons G. Press [Set] H. Set current limit to 3 mA with [up]/[down] buttons I. Press [Set] J. Set Timer to 60 seconds with [up]/[down] buttons K. Press [Set] L. Set Continuity off. M. Scroll through settings with [Set] button. N. When settings verified, press [Exit] button. O. Connect the red clip lead from HV Jack of Hypot 3500D to modified AC connector cord with all lines connected (Hot, Neutral, and Ground) P. Connect Blk Clip lead to common connection of joined ECG leads Q. Position electrical leads at rear of test bench R. Press green [Test] button. Wait for 60 seconds. S. Record current: _______mA

Mains to Isolated RS232 (Models 210/220 only):

4000 VAC

A. Plug modified RS232 cable (all wires connected) into the RS232 connector at rear of Atlas unit. B. Connect the modified AC cord (hot, neutral, and earth ground connected) to the back of the Atlas Monitor. C. Connect the black lead banana plug to the return jack of the Hypot 3500 Dielectric tester. D. Connect the red lead banana plug to the HV jack of the Hypot 3500 Dielectric tester. E. Apply power to 3500D. Press [Set] F. Set voltage to 1500 VAC with [up]/[down] buttons G. Press [Set] H. Set current limit to 3 mA with [up]/[down] buttons I. Press [Set] J. Set Timer to 60 seconds with [up]/[down] buttons K. Press [Set] L. Set Continuity off. M. Scroll through settings with [Set] button. N. When settings verified, press [Exit] button. O. Connect the red clip lead from HV Jack of Hypot 3500D to modified AC connector cord with all lines connected (Hot, Neutral, and Ground) P. Connect Blk Clip lead to common connection of joined RS232 leads Q. Position electrical leads at rear of test bench R. Press green [Test] button. Wait for 60 seconds. S. Record current: _______mA

Atlas Test Results

Patient Leakage test (10uA Maximum) Mains on applied part (50 uA Maxlmum) tarth Resistance (printer only) (.200 Ohms Max) Dielectric Withstand Test Results Mains to tarth @ 1.5kV (3mA Max) Mains to tarth @ 4.0kV (3mA Max) Mains to isolation RS232 @ 4 kV (3mA Max) Other Functional Tests Results Initialize I I Battery Power Supply Blood Pressure SpO2 Kespiration ECG 1 ECG 2 ETCO, T emperature Other Failure Detail I Repairs Made