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Model 101R/NR

2409-00-20

Patient Monitor
R-wave Trigger

Service Manual

Copyright 1999 by Ivy Biomedical Systems, Inc., Branford, Connecticut. All rights reserved. No
part of this manual may be reproduced without the permission of Ivy Biomedical Systems, Inc.

101R/NR0999
2409-00-20 REV 00

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
WARRANTY .......................................................................................................................................................iv
INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................1
SAFETY ................................................................................................................................................................2
Electrical................................................................................................................................................................2
Explosion ...............................................................................................................................................................2
Patient Connections..............................................................................................................................................2
Pacemakers ...........................................................................................................................................................2
Electrosurgery.......................................................................................................................................................3
Defibrillation Protection ......................................................................................................................................3
EMC.......................................................................................................................................................................3
Description of Labels............................................................................................................................................3
MONITOR DESCRIPTION ...............................................................................................................................4
Specifications.........................................................................................................................................................4
Control and Indicatiors........................................................................................................................................7
Basic Keys................................................................................................................................................7
Programmable Keys .................................................................................................................................8
Menu Structure.........................................................................................................................................9
Display ...................................................................................................................................................10
Rear Panel ..............................................................................................................................................10
MONITOR SETUP ............................................................................................................................................12
Change Mains Voltage .......................................................................................................................................12
TRIGGER OUTPUT..........................................................................................................................................13
The Trigger Pulse ...............................................................................................................................................13
Trigger-Spot Display ..........................................................................................................................................13
ECG MONITORING.........................................................................................................................................14
Safety Considerations.........................................................................................................................................14
Patient Connections............................................................................................................................................15
ECG Waveform Amplitude (Size).....................................................................................................................15
Lead Selection .....................................................................................................................................................16
ECG Filter...........................................................................................................................................................16
Alarm Limits.......................................................................................................................................................17
RECORDER OPERATION ..............................................................................................................................18
Changing Paper ..................................................................................................................................................18
Recorder Menus..................................................................................................................................................19
Recorder Modes..................................................................................................................................................20
ALARM MESSAGES ........................................................................................................................................22

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MONITOR TESTING .......................................................................................................................................23
CLEANING ........................................................................................................................................................24
Monitor................................................................................................................................................................24
Patient Cables .....................................................................................................................................................24
ACCESSORIES..................................................................................................................................................25
Disposal................................................................................................................................................................25
THEORY OF OPERATION .............................................................................................................................26
General ................................................................................................................................................................26
High Voltage Power Supply and Video Amplifier...........................................................................................26
Purpose of the High Voltage Power Supply...........................................................................................26
CRT Theory ...........................................................................................................................................26
Raster and Stroke Written Displays .......................................................................................................26
Timer Circuit ..........................................................................................................................................27
High Voltage Module.............................................................................................................................27
Feedback Amplifier................................................................................................................................27
Adjustment Circuit .................................................................................................................................28
Cathode Generation Circuit....................................................................................................................28
Low Voltage Power Supplies .............................................................................................................................29
DC Voltages ...........................................................................................................................................29
Isolated DC Voltages .............................................................................................................................29
ECG Input...........................................................................................................................................................29
Isolated Amplifiers.................................................................................................................................29
Lead Off Sensor .....................................................................................................................................29
Shield Drive ...........................................................................................................................................29
Lead Selection ........................................................................................................................................29
Test Signal Generation ...........................................................................................................................30
ECG Waveform ..................................................................................................................................................30
ECF Filter...............................................................................................................................................30
X1000 Output.........................................................................................................................................30
ECG Gain ...............................................................................................................................................30
A/D Converter........................................................................................................................................30
Cardiotach...........................................................................................................................................................31
Peak Detector .........................................................................................................................................31
Rate Computation...................................................................................................................................32
Alarm Generation...................................................................................................................................32
CRT Signals ........................................................................................................................................................32
Vertical Deflection .................................................................................................................................32
Horizontal Deflection.............................................................................................................................32
Horizontal Correction.............................................................................................................................32
Unblanking.............................................................................................................................................33
Audio Circuits.....................................................................................................................................................33
ECG Audio.............................................................................................................................................33
Alert Audio.............................................................................................................................................33
Digital Circuitry..................................................................................................................................................34

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TESTING AND TROUBLESHOOTING.........................................................................................................35
ECT Test .............................................................................................................................................................35
Equipment Required...............................................................................................................................35
Initial Settings for the Test .....................................................................................................................35
ECT Test Procedure ...............................................................................................................................35
Troubleshooting..................................................................................................................................................37
General Checks ......................................................................................................................................37
CRT Display...........................................................................................................................................37
Mother Board .........................................................................................................................................37
Troubleshooting Table ...........................................................................................................................38
Block Diagram ....................................................................................................................................................39
Voltage Measurements.......................................................................................................................................40
Key Signals ..........................................................................................................................................................41
Adjustment Procedure .......................................................................................................................................43
Equipment Required...............................................................................................................................43
ECG Signal.............................................................................................................................................43
50/60 Hz Notch Filter.............................................................................................................................43
Peak Detector .........................................................................................................................................43
CRT Display...........................................................................................................................................44
ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY.................................................................................................................46
Removing Cover .................................................................................................................................................46
Removing the High Voltage Power Supply ......................................................................................................46
Removing the Yoke.............................................................................................................................................47
Removing the CRT .............................................................................................................................................47
Replacing the Main Power LED........................................................................................................................47
Removing the Recorder Assembly ....................................................................................................................47
Removing the Mother Board .............................................................................................................................48
Replacing the Touch Panel ................................................................................................................................48
PURCHASING INFORMATION.....................................................................................................................49
Part List...............................................................................................................................................................49
Terms and Conditions........................................................................................................................................49
BOARD LAYOUT DIAGRAMS .......................................................................................................................A
SCHEMATICS DIAGRAMS ............................................................................................................................. B

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WARRANTY

WARRANTY

All products warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship and to operate within published
specifications, under normal use, for a period of two years from date of original shipment.
If an examination discloses such products or component parts to have been defective, then our obligation is limited
to repair or replacement (at our option). Fuses and batteries are not covered under this warranty.
During the first year of service, there is no charge for parts or labor. In the second year of service, the customer is
charged for labor only.

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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION
This manual is to provide information on the correct use of the Model 101R/NR monitor. It is up to the user to
ensure that any applicable regulations respecting the installation and operation of the monitor are observed.
Manufacturer's Responsibility
The manufacturer of this equipment is responsible for the effects on safety, reliability, and performance of the
equipment only if:

assembly operations, extensions, re-adjustments, or repairs are carried out by persons authorized by the
manufacturer

the electrical installation complies with all applicable regulations

the equipment is used in accordance with the instructions in this manual.

Incorrect operation or failure of the user to maintain the monitor in accordance with proper maintenance procedures
relieves the manufacturer or his agent from all responsibility for consequent non-compliance, damage, or injury.
For technical and service information, please refer to the Model 101R/NR Service Manual.
READ THE ENTIRE SAFETY INFORMATION SECTION BEFORE YOU OPERATE THE MONITOR.

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SAFETY

SAFETY

Electrical
This product is intended to be operated from a mains power source of nominally 100, 120, 220 and 230 V ~. The
correct mains operating voltage is specified on the monitor's rear panel.
To prevent electrical hazards to all personnel, this monitor must be properly grounded. The power cable supplied
with this equipment provides for this protection. Do not attempt to defeat this protection by modifying the cable or
by using ungrounded adapters.
WARNING: Electric shock hazard! Do not remove covers or panels. Refer service to qualified service personnel.
WARNING: To avoid electrical shock, disconnect the monitor from its power source before changing fuses.
Replace only with same type and rating of fuse.
WARNING: Do not clean monitor while it is on and/or plugged in.
WARNING: This unit uses a common isolation path for ECG leads. Do not connect any non-isolated accessories to
the ECG input connected to a patient, as this may compromise the safety of the unit. When attached to other
devices, insure that the total chassis leakage currents of all units do not exceed 300A.

Explosion
DANGER: Explosion hazard! Do not use this equipment in the presence of flammable anesthetics.

Patient Connections
Patient connections are electrically isolated Type CF . For all connections use insulated probes. Don't let
patient connections contact other conductive parts, including earth. See instructions for patient connections in this
manual.
Carefully route patient cables to reduce the possibility of patient entanglement or strangulation.
Leakage current is limited internally by this monitor to less than 10 A. However, always consider additional
leakage current that can be caused by other equipment used on the patient at the same time as this monitor.
To ensure that the leakage current protection remains within the specifications, use only the patient cables specified
in the patient connections instructions in this manual.
Pacemakers: Rate meters might continue to count the pacemaker rate during occurrences of cardiac arrest or some
arrhythmias. Do not rely on rate meter alarms. Keep pacemaker patients under close surveillance.

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Electrosurgery
Avoid electrosurgery burns at monitoring sites by ensuring proper connection of the electrosurgery return circuit. If
improperly connected, some electrosurgery units might allow energy to return through the electrodes.

Defibrillation Protection
This equipment is protected against 360 J discharge and electrosurgery potentials. The monitor is internally
protected to limit current through the electrodes to prevent injury to the patient and damage to the equipment as long
as the defibrillator is used in conformance with the manufacturer's instructions.

EMC
This equipment has been certified to be protected to emissions and immunity according to IEC-601-1-2.

Description of Warning Labels


Attention, consult ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS before attempting to change
power supply selection or carry out interconnections. Equipment connected should
comply with IEC-601-1 or IEC-950 with configuration to IEC-601-1-1.
Protective earth (ground) adjacent to this symbol. Internal connection on mains
connector/filter.

Equipotential earth connector adjacent to this symbol.

Fuse type/rating.

_______

Type CF equipment, Defibrillator proof.

{ = OFF, = ON.

Alternate Current (AC)


Output signal.

DANGER
HIGH
VOLTAGE

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MONITOR DESCRIPTION

MONITOR DESCRIPTION
The Model 101R/NR Portable Patient Monitor is a dual trace monitor for ECG and heart rate, which produces an
output pulse corresponding in time to the R-wave. The monitor is intended primarily for use in timed imaging
studies, TMR/PMR and any application requiring precision R-wave synchronization.

Specifications
ECG
Lead Selection:

LI, LII, LIII menu selectable.

Patient Cable:

6-Pin AAMI Standard connector

Isolation:

Isolated from ground related circuits by >4 kV rms, 5.5 kV peak

CMRR:

90 dB with patient cable and 51 k/47 nF imbalance

Input Impedance:

20 M at 10 Hz with patient cable

Frequency Response
CRT:

Frequency Response
X1000 output:

Filtered:
Unfiltered:

0.5 to 25 Hz
0.5 to 45 Hz

Filtered:
Unfiltered:

0.5 to 25 Hz
0.2 to 100 Hz

Input Bias Current:

Any lead configuration <200 nA dc maximum

Electrode Offset
Potential:

0.5 V DC

Noise:

<20 V peak-to-peak, referred to the input with all leads connected


through 51 k/47 nF to ground

Defibrillator Protection:

Protected against 360 J discharge and electrosurgery potentials

Leakage Current:

<10 A at normal condition

Electrosurgical Interference
Protection:

Standard

Notch Filter:

50/60 Hz (automatic).

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Cardiotach
Range:

15 to 255 bpm

Accuracy:

1%

Resolution:

1 bpm

Sensitivity:

300 V peak

Pace Pulse Rejection


Width:

0.1 to 2 ms at 2 to 700 mV

Tall T Wave Rejection:

Rejects T waves R wave

High Rate:

100 to 250 bpm in 5 bpm increments

Low Rate:

30 to 100 bpm in 5 bpm increments

Asystole:

R to R interval >6 seconds

Lead Off:

Detached lead or offset potential >0.5 V

Alarms

Test Mode
ECG:

1 mV/100 ms @ 70 bpm

Type:

CRT, P31 phosphor, non-fade

Display

Trace:

Dual, Fixed (moving bar), single trace normal operation. Dual trace in
freeze mode.

Screen Size:

14.25 cm by 10.2 cm, 17.5 cm diagonal

Sweep Speed:

25, 50 mm/s

Mechanical
Size:

Height: 6.25 in. (16 cm)


Width: 12.5 in. (31 cm)
Depth: 16.0 in. (40 cm)

Weight:

< 20 lbs (9 kg)

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MONITOR DESCRIPTION
Trigger Output
Phase Delay fromElectrode
Leads to Trigger Output:

< 3 ms

R to R Trigger Accuracy:

200 s typical @ 1 mV input

Sensitivity and Threshold


Adjustment:

Fully Automatic

Optional Trigger Delay:

User adjustable from 0 to 700 ms in 5 ms increments.

Environmental
Operating Temperature
Range:

5C to 45C

Storage Temperature
Range:

-25C to 60C

Relative Humidity:

0-90% non-condensing

Power Requirements
Voltage Input:

Maximum ac Power
Consumption:

100, 120, 220, 230, V ~, 50/60 Hz; +10% - 15%


(to change mains operating voltage see text on Monitor Setup).

85 VA

Safety
Unit meets or exceeds the specifications for the AAMI Cardiac Monitor Standard. Units meet UL544,
CSA, and CE-MDD 93/42/ECC requirements. ISO-9001 Approval # 98-1044.

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Controls and Indicators


Basic Keys
MAINS POWER
SWITCH:
A switch to control ac power input to the monitor. The | position is on, O is off.

Puts monitor into setup mode and causes setup menu to be displayed on the right portion of the
screen. The monitor returns to normal mode after pressing MENU again or if no keys are pressed
for 20 seconds.

Disables the audible and visual alarms for a two-minute period to allow the operator perform
procedures that would otherwise set off the alarms. This avoids the problem of turning off the
alarms and forgetting to turn them back on. Press this key again to return the alarms to normal
before the two minutes have expired.

Generates a 1 mV pulse at 70 bpm that is displayed on the ECG trace and sent to the X1000
output on the rear panel while the switch is depressed. This is used to ensure that the monitor is
functioning correctly.

Turns the alarm audio on and off. When off, the ALARMS OFF message is displayed on the left
side of the screen.

Activates recorder. Push to start, push again to stop. (101R)

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Basic Keys

ECG Patient
Cable input

Power Switch

Programmable Keys

Programmable Keys
Each of the following keys, to the right of the CRT display, has a normal function, printed on the key, and two
menu functions, displayed on the screen in the setup modes. The additional functions are accessed by pressing the
MENU key once. Return to normal function by pressing MENU key again.

Selects the speed at which the ECG trace moves across the screen.

Stops the movement of the ECG waveform on the display for closer evaluation and displays the
waveform as a second trace below the actual trace. Press FREEZE again to resume movement.

Resets the audible and visual indicators for an alarm that has been activated.

Enables the Trigger-Spot feature, which highlights the point in the ECG waveform when the
trigger output pulse occurs.

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MONITOR DESCRIPTION
MENU STRUCTURE

HIGH

LOW

TRIG. DELAY

(101R)

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Display
HEART RATE: Displayed in beats per minute (bpm) on the upper left part of the screen.
SETUP: Selections made in the menu setup modes (alarm limits, lead selection, and filter on/off) are displayed in
small characters at the upper right corner.
ECG: Trace is displayed across the screen moving from right to left.
ALARMS: The following alarm indications are displayed in reverse video. Alarm indications appear on the upper
right portion of the screen and flash once per second except ALARMS OFF, which is displayed on the upper left
portion of the screen and is displayed as

 :

 .

The audible alarms have been turned off.

LEAD OFF:

A lead has become disconnected. This alarm cannot be reset with the
ALERT RESET key.

HR HIGH:

The high heart rate limit has been exceeded for four seconds.

HR LOW:

The low heart rate limit has been exceeded for four seconds.

ASYSTOLE:

The interval between heartbeats has exceeded six seconds.

Rear Panel
The following are located on the rear panel.
POWER INPUT: A receptacle for a standard ac power cord.
When the monitor is connected to another piece of equipment through this rear panel connector, always make sure
that each piece of connected equipment has its own separate ground connection.
Do not attempt to connect cables to these connectors without contacting your Biomedical Engineering Department.
This is to ensure the connection complies with leakage current requirements of one of the following applicable
standards: UL 544, CSA 22.2 No. 125 or IEC 601-1. The maximum non-destructive voltage that may be applied to
these connectors is 5V.
TRIGGER OUTPUT: A BNC type connector for the output of the trigger pulse indicating the timing of the peak
of the R-wave. The output can be delayed from the peak of the R-wave through user controls.
QRS VOLUME CONTROL: A switch to control the QRS beep audio volume. Alarm audio is not affected.
PEQ GROUND: Potential Equalization - A ground connection that can be used to ensure that no potential
differences can develop between this equipment and other electrical equipment.
FUSE: Replace only with the same type and rating of fuse as indicated on the fuse rating label.

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MONITOR DESCRIPTION
ECG X1000: This is an ECG analog wave output.
TRIGGER POLARITY SWITCH: Selects output trigger polarity.

REFERS TO
OPERATOR'S MANUAL

ECG

ECG Output
QRS
VOLUME

X 1000

MAX
OFF

PHYS. TRIG.
OUTPUT

(" stereo jack)


Tip=ECG X1000

QRS Volume
Control
PEQ Ground

MIN

TRIGGER
POLARITY
NEG
POS

Trigger Output/BNC
Selects Output
Trigger Polarity

120 Vac

Voltage Selection
wheel
Fuse
(Beneath Panel)

Fuse rating
100V 120V
220V 230V
T 1.6 Amp
T 1.0 Amp
250V
250V
5mm x 20mm
5 mm x 20 mm

Power Input
85VA 50/60Hz

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MONITOR SETUP

MONITOR SETUP

To setup the instrument for operation:


1.

Plug the ac line cord into a power source providing the proper voltage.

Check the monitor's rear panel to verify the voltage range required by the monitor.
2.

Press the POWER switch at the left side of the front panel to turn power on.

3.

Connect the patient cable to the ECG connector on the front panel.

4.

Connect the Trigger Output from the monitor rear panel to the device being triggered.

To change Mains Voltage:


1.

Locate power entry module in Rear Panel.

2.

Remove line cord.

3.

Pry down entry cover.

4.

Locate and remove voltage wheel and set for appropriate voltage.

5.

Replace fuse with proper size (see fuse rating).

6.

Replace cover.

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TRIGGER OUTPUT

TRIGGER OUTPUT
The Trigger Pulse
The ECG Trigger Output produces a 100 ms, 0 - 5 V trigger pulse starting at the peak of each R-wave, which is
available on the TRIGGER OUTPUT BNC connector on the rear panel of the monitor. The following shows the
timing of the trigger pulse compared to the ECG waveform.

Trigger-Spot Display
Press the TRIG MARK key on the front panel to highlight the portion of the ECG waveform corresponding to the
timing of the trigger pulse. Press TRIG MARK again to disable Trigger-Spot.

Optional Trigger Delay


Trigger delay is user adjustable by
using the Trigger Delay menu.
Range is from 0 to 700 ms in 5 ms
increments.

Intensity modulation highlights


position of ECG where delay occurs.

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ECG MONITORING

ECG MONITORING

When ECG monitoring, the display shows the ECG waveform across the center; the heart rate, heart rate limits, and
lead selection in the upper left corner; and alarm indications. Also, a heart symbol flashes each time a heartbeat is
detected.

Safety Considerations

Disposable products are intended for single-use only. Do not attempt to re-use these products.
Patient connections are electrically isolated Type CF . For all connections use insulated probes. Don't let
patient connections contact other conductive parts, including earth. See instructions for patient connections in this
manual.
Leakage current is limited internally by this monitor to less than 10 A. However, always consider additional
leakage current that can be caused by other equipment used on the patient at the same time as this monitor.
Avoid electrosurgery burns at monitoring sites by ensuring proper connection of the electrosurgery return circuit. If
improperly connected, some electrosurgery units might allow energy to return through the electrodes.
Rate meters might continue to count the pacemaker rate during occurrences of cardiac arrest or some arrhythmias.
Do not rely on rate meter alarms. Keep pacemaker patients under close surveillance.

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ECG MONITORING

Patient Connections
To ensure compliance with both safety and performance specifications, use the patient cables supplied by Ivy
Biomedical Systems (see Accessories).
Use only high quality silver/silver-chloride electrodes or equivalent.
Use the following procedure for ECG monitoring:
1.

Prepare each electrode site and apply the electrodes.

2.

Connect the patient cable to the monitor's front panel ECG input.

3.

Attach the leads to the electrodes.

4.

Use the procedures described in the following sections for alarm limit settings, lead selection, amplitude
adjustment, and enabling or disabling the filter.

ECG Waveform Amplitude (Size)


Use the following procedure to adjust the amplitude (size) of the displayed ECG waveform.
1.

Press the MENU key once. The first menu appears.

ECG
HR
LIMITS
TRIGGER
DELAY
RECORDER

2.

Press the first programmable key (SPEED 25/50 mm/s) once to select ECG.

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ECG MONITORING

ECG
SIZE
MM/MV

LEAD
II
FILT

3.

Use the top two programmable keys to the right of the display to adjust the ECG waveform amplitude.

Increases ECG size

Decreases ECG size

Lead Selection
Select [LEAD] to change the lead selection. The current lead selection is shown below the alarm limits in the upper
right portion of the display.
Available lead selections are Lead I, Lead II, or Lead III.

ECG Filter
Select [FILTER] to turn the filter on or off. The filter on/off indication is shown in the upper right portion of the
display. The filter sets the frequency response of the displayed waveform as follows:
Filtered:
Unfiltered:

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0.5 to 25 Hz
0.5 to 45 Hz

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ECG MONITORING
Alarm Limits
1.

With the first menu (heart rate alarm limits) displayed, select [HR LIMITS] to change the Heart Rate Alarm
Limits.

HR
LIMITS

HIGH
150

LOW
30

2.

Use the four programmable keys to the right of the display to set the high and low heart rate limits.

Increases high HR limit

Decreases high HR limit

Increases low HR limit

Decreases low HR limit

Each time you press a key, the corresponding limit changes by 5 bpm. The current limits are always shown in
the upper left portion of the display.

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RECORDER OPERATION
RECORDER OPERATION
101R only
Changing Paper
Replace the roll of thermal paper as follows. (Recorder paper is Ivy P/N: 590035)
1.

Press the paper eject button to open the door at the front of the recorder.

Press Here

If the door does not open completely, pull it toward you until it is completely open.
2.

Reach in and remove the spent paper core by pulling it gently toward you.

3.

Place a new paper roll between the two round tabs of the paper holder.

4.

Pull some paper from the roll. Make sure the sensitive (shiny) side of the paper faces the print head. The
shiny side of the paper normally faces inside the roll.

5.

Align the paper with the pinch roller on the door.


Print
Head

Pinch
Roller

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RECORDER OPERATION
6.

Hold the paper against the pinch roller and close the door.

7.

The paper should advance one inch. If the paper doesnt move, open the door and repeat starting at step 5.

Recorder Menus
The recorder user interface is through the menu structure of the 101R/NR.
1. Press the MENU key to display the main menu..
2. Select [RECORDER] to display the recorder menu.
NOTE: At the start of each printout, the printer produces a header consisting of the current readings for all
parameters in use at the time of the printout, whether the parameter is displayed or not.

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RECORDER OPERATION
Recorder Modes
Use the following procedure to select the printing mode to be used. Selections are DIRECT, TIMED and DELAY.
The print mode is indicated in the lower left corner of the display.
1.

Press the MENU key once.

ECG
HR
LIMITS
TRIGGER
DELAY
RECORDER

2.

Press the programmable key (TRIG. MARK) once to select RECORDER.

RECORDER

SET CLOCK

3.

Press the programmable key (SPEED 25/50) to select printing mode.

Direct To print in direct, press the PRINT key. Press PRINT again to stop printing.
The plot is preceded by a header which contains all parameter readings and the time/date.
The speed of the plot and vertical resolution are the same as the display. The plot is labeled with the speed
of the plot in mm/s, the recorder mode, and the parameters.

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RECORDER OPERATION
Timed

TIMED mode starts by pressing PRINT and prints for 30 seconds.

Delay

Delay mode plots the 19 seconds before and 12 seconds after the occurrence of an alarm condition or if
print button is pushed.

To set the Time and Date


Use the following procedure to set the date and time. The date and time are indicated in the lower right corner of the
display.
1.

Press the MENU key once. The main menu appears.

2.

Press the programmable key (TRIG. MARK) once to select RECORDER.

3.

Press the programmable key (TRIG. MARK) once to select SET CLOCK.

11:20 AM
25 SEPT 98

N
E
X
T

ENTER

4.

5.

Press the programmable key (SPEED 25/50mm/s) to place the flashing cursor under the hour, minutes,
date, month or year.
Press the programmable key (FREEZE) to increase what the cursor is under or press the
programmable key (ALARM RESET) to lower what the cursor is under.

6.

After changing the settings press the programmable key (TRIG MARK) to ENTER the settings.

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ALARM MESSAGES

ALARM MESSAGES
Alarm messages are displayed in reverse video.
Press ALERT RESET to reset all alarms except LEAD OFF.
The following describes each of the alarm indications.

All audible alarms have been turned off.

LEAD OFF

A lead has been disconnected or the electrode offset potential has exceeded 0.5 V.
This alarm cannot be reset with the ALERT RESET key.

HR HIGH

The high heart rate alarm limit has been exceeded for four seconds.

HR LOW

The low heart rate alarm limit has been exceeded for four seconds.

ASYSTOLE

The interval between heartbeats has exceeded six seconds.

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MONITOR TESTING

MONITOR TESTING
Press the TEST key to test the internal functions of the monitor. You should do this each time you begin monitoring
a patient.
The TEST function generates a 1 mV pulse at 70 bpm, causing a waveform and a 70 bpm indication on the display
and a signal at the rear panel connector. If these indications are not present, contact qualified service personnel.
Under normal operation, no internal adjustment or recalibration is required. Safety tests and internal adjustments
should be done by qualified personnel only. Safety checks should be performed at regular intervals or in accordance
with local or governmental regulations. In the event that internal adjustment or recalibration is necessary, refer to
the Service Manual for this equipment.

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CLEANING

CLEANING
Monitor
WARNING: To avoid possible shock hazard, disconnect the monitor from the power source and detach the ECG
cable before cleaning.
Clean the exterior surfaces of the monitor with a cloth or swab dampened with a warm water and mild detergent
solution. Do not allow liquids to enter the interior of the instrument.

Patient Cables
Do not autoclave the patient cables.
Wipe the cables using soap and water or alcohol. Never submerge the cables in any liquid or allow liquids to enter
the electrical connections.

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ACCESSORIES

ACCESSORIES

Accessories
3 Lead Patient Cable

590170

Patient Leads

590162

BNC Interconnect Cable Assembly


8 ft long

1564-01-10

Box of 10 rolls of recorder paper

590035 (101R)

Disposal
Disposal of devices or consumables must be done in accordance to natural environmental laws.

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THEORY OF OPERATION

THEORY OF OPERATION

General
This section provides general descriptions of the circuitry in the R Wave Trigger patient monitor. Refer to the
schematic diagrams at the end of this manual to find the circuits described in this section. Also see the block
diagram in the Troubleshooting section for an overview of the signal flow in the monitor.

High Voltage Power Supply and Video Amplifier


Purpose of the High Voltage Power Supply
The High Voltage Power Supply generates every signal that goes to the crt except the yoke signals, which are
created by the Mother Board.
CRT Theory
Free electrons are created in the base of the crt by applying a voltage to the filament. A large voltage (6.5 kV in this
case) between the anode and cathode accelerate the free electrons from the filament to form a beam. This beam
strikes the phosphor at the face of the crt and forms a dot on the screen. The yokes, one horizontal (X yoke) and
one vertical (Y yoke), aim the beam by deflecting it with a magnetic field. This moves the dot across the screen, and
since phosphor takes some time to cool down, this forms a line across the screen when done quickly. The grids
(three in this case) can be biased to block the beam or to focus it. They are also used as intensity control.
Another way of changing the apparent intensity of the beam is to change the voltage at the cathode, or to quickly
switch the cathode on and off. Turning the crt beam on and off is often referred to as z axis control. This causes the
beam to appear and disappear. The phosphor holds some of the light from the beam while it is off, making it appear
that the beam is on but dim.
Raster and Stroke Written Displays
Two different strategies are used to display data on the crt: stroke writing for the waveform traces and vertical
raster writing for everything else. To simplify this explanation, we will break the screen down into three parts: a
vertical raster section on the left to show numbers and icons; as stroke written section in the center for writing
waveform data; and a vertical raster section on the right for writing scales, alarm messages, and menus.
The vertical raster written portion of the screen is divided into a grid of pixels, each pixel appearing at a fixed point.
The space between pixels, although small, is always off. As the beam is traveling vertically down one row of
pixels, the beam is turned rapidly on and off. It is on where a pixel is to be brightened and off where the pixel is
darkened. When the crt beam reaches the bottom of one row of pixels (one raster) a retrace occurs, sending the
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The vertical raster portion of the display is accomplished by turning the crt beam rapidly on and off as the beam
travels vertically from top to bottom of the display at a frequency of about 16 kHz. At the same time that the beam
is rapidly traveling vertically, it is also traveling in the horizontal direction with a trace time of about 4 ms for the
left side of the crt. The size of the raster display on the right side of the crt differs and, depending on what is
displayed, can take from 1.2 ms to approximately 3 ms. Waveform traces are displayed using stroke writing. Stroke
writing is used because it offers a smooth, continuous, high resolution display. Stroke writing entails turning on the
crt beam and varying the y-axis (vertical) deflection of the beam while the beam travels horizontally across the x
axis. It takes about 2.8 ms to draw one complete waveform trace.
Timer Circuit
The Timer Circuit creates a waveform to be used by the high voltage module in the creation of the high voltages
needed by the crt. It starts with the VERT SYNC input.
The VERT SYNC input is a 16 kHz square wave with a duty cycle of 56% that is created on the Mother Board. The
main purpose of this signal is to synchronize the video circuits on the Mother Board while the crt displays rasters. It
is a steady square wave that can be used as a clock.
The Timer Circuit inverts the VERT SYNC signal with a transistor and runs it to a monostable multivibrator (oneshot timer). The one-shot changes the duty cycle of the inverted waveform from 44% to between 12% and 60%
(varied by adjusting the EFF potentiometer). The ability to change the duration of this signal allows the operation
of the high voltage module to be fine tuned. A small duty cycle means less current to the high voltage module
(longer battery life), but it also means lower display intensity during battery operation.
From the output of the one-shot, the signal is buffered by a power MOSFET and sent to the high voltage module.
High Voltage Module
The High Voltage Module contains a circuit board that produces several relatively high voltages to be used in the
control of the crt. That circuit board is the Power Module assembly, Part Number 5001-00-XX. More information
about the Power Module is included in a section about that board. For now, be aware that when the High Voltage
Module is supplied with a 16 kHz square wave and the feedback amplifier is working, it produces three voltages: 100 V, +275 V, and 6,500 V.
Feedback Amplifier
The Feedback Amplifier takes a feedback signal from the High Voltage Module, inverts it, compares it to a voltage
reference (the HV potentiometer), and sends it back to the High Voltage Module. It is used to keep the 6500 volt
output of the High Voltage Module within tolerances. When the 6500 volt output is within tolerance, the -100 and
+275 volt outputs should also be within tolerance.

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Adjustment Circuit
The Adjustment Circuit takes the -100 V and +275 V outputs from the High Voltage Module, adjusts them with
potentiometers, and applies them to the grids of the crt.
The first grid, G1, adjusts the intensity of the crt. It is adjusted with the INT potentiometer and should be between 100 V and -14 V.
The second grid, G2, also adjusts the intensity of the crt. It is adjusted with the CUTOFF potentiometer and should
be between -14 V and +275 V.
The third grid, G3, adjusts the focus of the crt. It is adjusted with the FOCUS potentiometer and should be between
-100 V and +275 V.
Cathode Generation Circuit
The main function of the cathode generation circuit is to produce the CATHODE signal for the crt. CATHODE is a
mixture of the TREND INT and COAX Z signals. It turns the beam of the crt on and off.
The COAX Z IN is a digital signal that originates on the Mother Board, where it is called Z. It tells the crt when the
beam should be off (between waveform strokes or during a retrace). The beam of the crt should be off when this
signal is high.
TREND INT is an analog signal used to make the waveform traces brighter or darker in relation to the raster-written
data on the crt.
The CATHODE Z IN signal enters the cathode generation circuit at the input of the Z buffer. The Z buffer contains
an inverting buffer and transistor. The inverting buffer allows the signal to drive the following transistor without
being severely loaded. That transistor also inverts the signal again and changes the level of the output. The signal
produced by the transistor is similar to the CATHODE signal but not identical.
TREND INT enters the circuit at the trend intensity buffer, which contains a transistor, a diode, and the TREND
INT potentiometer. The transistor buffers and inverts the signal. Next, the TREND INT potentiometer changes
how much TREND INT signal is allowed to enter the CATHODE signal. Finally, the diode prohibits current from
flowing the wrong way through the circuit. As a whole, the trend intensity buffer sinks current from the
CATHODE signal for the desired effects.

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Low Voltage Power Supplies
DC Voltages
The Low Voltage Power Supply is on the Mother Board. Its inputs are 13.4 V~ and 6.9 V~ from the power
transformer.
Regulators U3, U4, and U5 generate +12 V and -12 V from the 13.4 V~. D23 uses the -12 V as an input to produce
-7 V. Regulator U10 and pass transistors Q13 and Q18 generate 8 V.
From the 6.9 V~, +8 V unregulated is taken from rectifier diodes D5 and D6. Regulator U2 generates +5 V.
Isolated DC Voltages
Isolation transformer T1 passes power from the non-isolated portion of the Mother Board to the isolated portion.
The 16 MICROSECOND SYNC signal triggers U31 which turns Q36 on and off. This creates a varying
current through the windings of T1 to allow power to be passed to transformer's secondary winding on the isolated
portion of the circuit. The rectifiers D50 through D51 generate an unregulated 6.5 V. Regulator U39 produces 5
V through pass transistors Q38 and Q39.

ECG Input
Isolated Amplifiers
The ECG input signals (LL, LA, RA) are applied to overvoltage protection devices and to input amplifiers U54 A,
B & C. The signals are then routed to lead selector switch U45. The selected signal is amplified by U46 and driven
by optical couplers U42 and U43, which pass the signal to the non-isolated portion of the circuit.
Lead Off Sensor
If any of the leads are disconnected, a large offset on the input signal is detected by U47, which generates the LEAD
OFF signal. This signal is passed to the non-isolated circuits through coupler U38 and sent to the digital circuits to
generate the LEAD OFF alarm. This signal, through Q46, disables the ECG amplifiers.
Shield Drive
The common-mode error signal that serves as input to the shield drive circuit is derived from the signals summed
through R242 and R243. This signal drives the shield drive amplifier U47. The output of the shield drive amplifier
returns to the patient cable serving to prevent 50/60 Hz power interference.
Lead Selection
Lead select switch U45 selects proper signals according to the levels of the L0 and L1 signals from the digital
circuitry. These signals are set according to the lead selection made by the user.

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Test Signal Generation
One of the combinations of the L0 and L1 signals indicates TEST mode. In this mode, the lead select switch is off,
and a 70 bpm signal generated by U44 is sent to ECG amplifier U55D.

ECG Waveform
ECG Filter
The signal from the output of coupler U40 and then through a low-pass filter to amplifier U26B. The signal at
U26A Pin 1 is the filtered output. This signal is switched in or out by FET Q30 which is controlled by the NOTCH
signal from the digital circuitry. Potentiometer RV13 (60 Hz) and RV14 (50 Hz) is used to adjust the notch filter.
The processor senses the line freq from U18B and automatically switches in the correct notch filter.
X1000 Output
The output at U26 Pin 1 is the X1000 signal that is sent to the rear panel for use with a recorder or other equipment.
ECG Gain
The signal from U24 Pin 1 goes to ECG gain amplifier U24 Pin 7. The gain of this circuit is determined by resistors
switched into the circuit by U25. This switch is controlled by signals G1, G2, and G3 from the digital circuitry.
The gain depends on the settings made by the user. The output signal from U24 Pin 7 goes to the A/D converter in
the digital circuitry.
A/D Converter
The A/D converter is U21 along with amplifier U22A. The converter samples the analog ECG signal and generates
a series of 1,024 eight-bit numbers which can be stored in memory and then sent through the D/A converter for
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Cardiotach
Peak Detector
The peak detector generates a pulse at the peak of each R wave. The time between these pulses is used to compute
the heart rate. See the Peak Detector block diagram below.
4.5 SECOND
TIME-OUT
FROM CPU

ECG
FROM
NOTCH FILTER

FILTER
U26C

FULL-WAVE
RECTIFIER
D33, D34

SAMPLE
AND HOLD
U19, U23D

THRESHOLD
RV12

PEAK DETECT
COMPARATOR
U23D, D37, C82

7-70 MS
TEST
U30A

EVENT
TO DIGITAL
CIRCUITS

PACEMAKER
RESET
U20

The ECG signal is picked off by amplifier U26C through a filter made up of R126 and C66 and the components in
the feeback of U24D. This removes the baseline and T waves from the ECG signal. The signal is rectified by
diodes D33, D34 to make sure that the R waves are always positive. The output of the filter and rectifier at U23 Pin
8 is a group of positive pulses for each QRS complex. The first large pulse is the R wave.
For a pulse to be detected, it must exceed a threshold, which is based on the amplitude of the last accepted pulse and
is fine adjusted by potentiometer RV12. Sample and hold circuit U19 with U23D holds the peak level of each
accepted pulse to form the threshold for the next pulse.
When a pulse exceeds the threshold, U23B Pin 7 goes low. When the peak occurs, U23B Pin 7 goes high. The
time between when the signal exceeds the threshold and when the peak occurs must be between 7 and 70 ms for the
pulse to be accepted. The 7 and 70 ms timing pulses are generated by one-shots U30. If the signal is accepted, the
CPU generates a 10 ms EVENT pulse. The leading edge of the EVENT pulse occurs at the peak of the R wave.
This signal goes to the digital circuitry for heart rate computation. Each filtered and rectified QRS complex usually
generates more than one acceptable pulse. Therefore, the EVENT signal usually has two 10 ms pulses for each
heartbeat. A 200 ms blanking in the digital circuitry eliminates all but the first pulse.
A 4.5 second time-out is produced by the CPU. If no acceptable pulses occur for 4.5 seconds, this one-shot times
out and generates a signal that turns on U19. This causes the threshold circuit to acquire a new level.
Whenever a pulse is detected that is less than 7 ms wide, it is assumed to be a pacemaker spike. In this case, U20 is
triggered, generating a 30 ms pulse, which turns on Q22 and Q23 to discharge the filter capacitors and turns on Q31
to inject the last threshold level into the peak detector comparator input.
The Trigger Output at the rear panel connector is derived from the EVENT signal. This output is one 1 ms pulse for
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+12 V. Other output pulses (+5 TTL) may be generated by removing U12 and changing C56 and R111. See
component matrix on schematic.
Rate Computation
The EVENT signal goes to PLD U36 in the digital section where the 200 ms blanking removes all but one pulse for
each heartbeat. The ouptut of the flip-flop goes to the interrupt input of the microprocessor U48. The
microprocessor measures the time between interrupt pulses and computes the heart rate.
Alarm Generation
The microprocessor compares the current heart rate to the limits set by the user. If the limits are exceeded, the
appropriate alarm signal is generated.

CRT Signals
Refer to the Key Signals portion of the Testing and Troubleshooting section of this manual for diagrams of each of
the crt signals.
Vertical Deflection
The display generation is broken up into two timing periods, one for the raster display (digital information and
alarms) and the other for the stroke display of the ECG waveform. Each time period is 9.2 ms.
The raster display also contains two time periods. The first is for the left display and the second for the right
display. The left display contains the heart rate display, the setup information, and the ALARMS OFF indicator.
The right display contains the alarm indicators.
During the stroke display period, the vertical deflection is the ECG waveform signal. This signal is selected
through FET Q15 to the vertical deflection amplifiers U6 and U9 and transistors Q1, Q2, Q5 & Q6. During the
raster display period, the vertical deflection is the vertical ramp generated by U8B, with its timing set by the
V SYNC signal. The vertical ramp is passed through Q15 to the vertical deflection amplifiers.
Horizontal Deflection
The horizontal ramps are generated by U16 and U17 with timing controlled by the H SYNC signal. Four ramps are
generated in each timing cycle. The two small ramps are for raster display, and the large ramps are for stroke
display. An offset for the right side raster display is added to the circuit through U11D.
Horizontal Correction
Because the face of the crt is flat and the beam originates at a single point, the speed of the beam as it strikes the
face is greater near the edges than at the center. Therefore, correction circuitry is required to produce a waveform
that is linear over the entire screen. The linearity correction is provided by U17 and associated components.
The correction circuitry produces two signals that are added to the horizontal ramp to correct the linearity. First,
U16A integrates the horizontal ramp to produce a parabolic waveform. This waveform is the mathematical
equivalent of the speed of the beam across the crt face. This signal is inverted by U16B. The original signal and its
inverse are fed into the SYM potentiometer RV6, which selects the portion of the positive or negative waveform
required to produce a symmetrical trace between the left and right sides of the crt.
The second signal is an S-shaped waveform generated by U17A, which integrates the parabolic signal from U17B.
This S-shaped signal, when added to the horizontal ramp has the effect of slowing the beam near the edges of the

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screen. The amount of this signal added to the ramp is adjusted by the S potentiometer RV4. This allows
adjustment of linearity between the edges and the center of the screen.
Using the adjustments described above, it is possible to achieve a linear signal across the entire crt screen for any
crt. These adjustments should be done whenever a crt or Mother Board is replaced. The complete horizontal
deflection signal including correction is summed at U7 Pin 2 and goes through amplifier U7 and transistors Q3, Q4,
Q7 & Q8.
Unblanking
The unblanking (Z) signal indicates when to brighten the crt. This signal is created in the digital section. For the
raster display, short pulses cause the brightening of each dot needed to generate the characters to be displayed. For
the stroke portion, the signal is high during the entire horizontal sweep displaying the ECG waveform.

Audio Circuits
Two types of audio is produced by the monitor: a QRS beep and an alarm tone. The QRS beep is a short tone that is
generated each time a QRS complex is detected by the monitor. The alarm tone is produced when any of the alarms
are triggered. The alarm tone can be disabled by pressing the front panel
ON/OFF button.
ECG Audio
The audio signal originates in the digital circuitry. The ECG AUD signal is enabled at U51 by an output from the
processor's I/O port U51 Pin 11. This signal allows the audio frequency from U51 to be passed to the audio
amplifier. Two levels of ECG AUD, through resistor R90, go to the rear panel QRS VOLUME switch as AUDIO
HI and AUDIO LO, where the user can select a high, low, or off setting. The selected signal then goes to the audio
amplifier U13 and transistors Q19 and Q20, which drive the speaker.
Alert Audio
The ALRT AUDIO is enabled by the output from U36 Pin 18 in the digital circuit The ALERT AUD signal passes
through volume adjust potentiometer RV11 to the audio amplifier U13.

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Digital Circuitry
The digital circuitry consists of the microprocessor and its associated components. The 8 MHz clock is generated by
the F1100.. The microprocessor is U48. U49 is the read only memory (ROM), which contains the program to
operate the system. U32 is an input/output (I/O) port for passing information to and from the microprocessor
circuits. U52 is random access memory (RAM). This memory is for temporary storage of data that the
microprocessor must store. U36 generate timing signals for the system.
For the stroke display, the microprocessor sends the digital ECG waveform through FIFOs U27 and U28 to D/A
converter U29 to generate the D/A signal that gets switched into the vertical deflection signal during ECG
waveform display.
For raster display, the microprocessor sends the data through U36 and U15 to generate the Z signal. This signal
brightens the crt at the proper times to generate the characters.

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ECG Test
Equipment Required:
ECG Simulator (Fogg Model M310 or equivalent)
Initial Settings for the Test
HR high alarm limit
HR low alarm limit
Lead select
Filter
Alarms

120
40
I
ON
ON (ALARMS OFF message not displayed)

ECG Test Procedure


1.

Connect the patient cable and simulator to the monitor and set the simulator as follows:

Heart rate of 70 bpm

Amplitude of 1.0 mV

2.

Observe the following on the monitor display:

ECG Lead I is displayed and is noise free

Heart rate of 70 1 bpm

The heart next to the heart rate indicator flashes with every QRS complex displayed.

3.

Verify that ECG Leads I, II, and III display properly.

4.

Change the heart rate on the simulator to 40 bpm. Notice the following:

The HR LOW message appears over the ECG trace.

Heart rate value of 40 1 bpm is displayed.

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5.

Press ON/OFF. Notice the following:

Audible alarm stops

ALARMS OFF message is displayed.

6.

Press FREEZE. The waveform stops.

7.

Press FREEZE to make the trace move again.

8.

Press SPEED. The trace speeds up to twice its previous speed.

9.

Press SPEED to slow the trace down again.

10.

Press ON/OFF. The ALARMS OFF message goes off.

11.

Adjust the high heart rate limit to 100 bpm.

12.

Set the simulator heart rate to 120 bpm. The HR HIGH message is displayed, and an audible alarm
sounds.

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Troubleshooting
The monitor is made up of the following parts:
Front Touch Panel
Power Input
Rear Panel Heat Sink
Mother Board
High Voltage Power Supply Board
Trigger Board
CRT Display
This manual provides information to help determine which of these parts might be the cause of a problem. A simple
block diagram of the monitor is included in this section to help. See the Disassembly procedure in this manual for
removing the top cover.
General Checks
The first step is to determine what doesn't work. If nothing works, check those things that you would check on any
instrument.
1.

Make sure of the power source

2.

Check the monitor's main fuse

3.

Check the fuses on the low voltage side inside the monitor.

CRT Display
The display is generated from signals developed on the Mother Board. The crt gets its high voltage and cathode
signal from the High Voltage Power Supply board.
If there is no picture at all, the problem is most likely the crt itself or the HVPS board. See the Key Signals section
to check these components.
If there is a display but either the horizontal or vertical deflections are wrong, the problem is most likely the Mother
Board.
Mother Board
The Mother Board has all circuitry for processing the ECG, computing heart rate, and generating the alarms and the
audio. Therefore, any problems with these functions are caused by problems on the Mother board.
Once you have determined the major component causing the problem, refer to the Disassembly section for
instructions on replacement.

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Troubleshooting Table

General

No Apparent Power

1. Power source
2. Main fuse
3. Internal fuses

CRT

No Display
(Check Key Signals)

1. CRT
2. HVPS board
3. Mother Board

Bad Horizontal or Vertical

1. Mother Board

Test OK

1. Patient Cable
2. Connector-Front Panel to
Mother Board
3. Input Amplifiers on
Mother Board

Test Not OK

1. Mother Board

No Audio At All

1. Mother Board
2. Connection to Speaker
3. Speaker

No Alarm Audio

1. Alarm On/Off Setting


2. Mother Board

No ECG Audio

1. Rear Panel switch setting


2. Mother Board

ECG

Audio

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Block Diagram

AUDIO
CIRCUITS
U13,Q19,Q20

SPEAKER

FRONT
PANEL

RAMP
GENERATOR
U16A

HORIZONTAL
DEFLECTION
U7

HORIZONTAL
CORRECTION
U17

HIGH VOLTAGE
POWER SUPPLY
AND VIDEO
AMPLIFIER

CPU AND DIGITAL


CIRCUITS

CRT

D/A
CONVERTOR
U29
MULTIPLEXER
Q15, Q16

VERTICAL
DEFLECTION
U6

RASTER
GENERATOR
U8B

A/D
CONVERTOR
U21

PEAK
DETECTOR
U23B

TRIGGER
CIRCUITRY
U18A, U12

TRIGGER
OUTPUT

ISOLATED
TEST
CIRCUIT
U44

PROTECTION
CIRCUITS

LEAD
SELECT
U45

NOTCH
FILTER
U26C

ECG
INPUT
SHIELD
DRIVE
ECG X1000

BUFFER

MOTHER BOARD

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Voltage Measurements
The following procedures include voltage checks, key waveforms, and some adjustments. These procedures are
only for qualified technicians with appropriate equipment, such as an oscilloscope and digital voltmeter. In most
cases, the procedures in the Troubleshooting section of this manual are adequate for determining which major
component of the monitor is the cause of a problem.
Schematic diagrams of the monitor are included at the end of this manual. See the Disassembly procedure in this
manual for removing the top cover.
Measure the following voltages with a DVM using the ground connection lug on the rear panel as the reference.
See Mother Board layout for test point (TP) locations.
Unregulated Voltages
+20 V
-20 V
+8 V

Measure at fuse F3
Measure at fuse F2
Measure at fuse F1

Normal: 14.5 to 20 V
Normal: -14.5 to -20 V
Normal: 6.5 to 8.5 V

Regulated Voltages
Normal: 11.6 0.7 V
Normal: -11.6 0.7 V
Normal: 12 0.5 V

+12 V
-12 V
+12 X

Measure at +12 TP
Measure at -12 TP
Measure at +12X TP

+5 V

Measure at +5 TP

Normal: 5 V 100 mV

+8 V
-8 V

Measure at +8 TP
Measure at -8 TP

Normal: 8 V 10 mV
Normal: -8 V 100 mV

-7 V

Measure at -7 TP

Normal:-7 V 200 mV

VREF

Measure at V REF TP

Normal: 2.41 V 5 mV

Isolated Voltages
Measure the following in the isolated section of the Mother Board using ISOL GND TP as the reference. See
Mother Board layout for test point (TP) locations.
+6.5 V
Measure at +6.5 TP
Normal: +6.5 to 7.0 V
-6.5 V
Measure at -6.5 TP
Normal: -6.5 to 7.0 V
Smaller of above must be 6.5 V; neither more than 7.0 V.
+5 V
5V

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Measure at +5 TP
Normal: 5.0 V 200 mV
Measure at -5 TP
Normal: +5 reading 100 mV
Both 5 V must be within 100 mV of each other.

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+275 V
-100 V

Measure at +275 TP
Measure at -100 TP

Normal: +100 to +400 V


Normal: -50 to -125 V

Key Signals
The following are a few signals to help verify the proper operation of the monitor. Use an oscilloscope and refer to
Mother Board layout for test point locations.
ECG Waveform
1.

Press and hold the TEST button on the monitor's front panel.

2.

Put the scope probe at the rear panel X1000 output. The signal should appear as 1 V peak pulses. The
same waveform should appear on the monitor's display. The rate indication on the display should be 70
bpm.
This verifies the operation of the ECG circuitry from very near the front of the monitor's ECG section. To
verify the remaining circuit, use a simulator at the ECG input to generate a 1 mV ECG signal.

CRT Display
The following are signals generated by the Mother Board for creating the display. If these signals are correct but
the display isn't, the problem is not on the Mother Board. See Mother Board layout for test point locations.
For each of the following the signals, trigger the oscilloscope (negative) on Raster Enable (RE test point).
Raster Enable
RE Test Point

Vertical Deflection Signal


Vi Test Point

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Horizontal Deflection Signal
Hi Test Point

CRT Unblanking Signal (Z)


Z Test Point - Part of signal blinks with alarm indication.

To verify operation of the High Voltage Power Supply board, check the dc voltages as indicated in the Voltage
Measurements section (High Voltage Power Supply).
Also check the following dc filament voltages at the crt socket harness.
5V
-7 V

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brown
black

Normal: 4.9 to 5.1 V


Normal: -6.8 to -7.1 V

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Adjustment Procedure
The following adjustments are not meant as field procedures. However, if these procedures are attempted, they
must be done correctly and according to the procedures listed here. See the Disassembly procedure in this manual
for removing the top cover.
Equipment Required
Digital Voltmeter Sine Wave Generator
Oscilloscope
ECG Simulator
ECG Signal
1.

Press and hold the TEST button on the monitor's front panel.

2.

With an oscilloscope, look at the signal at the X1000 output on the rear panel.

3.

Adjust RV17 (ECG BAL) until the signal's baseline is at 0 V.

4.

Adjust RV18 (ECG GAIN) until the peak signal is 1 V.

5.

Repeat adjustments as necessary.

50/60 Hz Notch Filter


1.

With the monitor's front panel controls, set the filter to ON and the lead selection to Lead I.

2.

Insert a 10 mV p-p 50 or 60 Hz sinusoidal signal into the monitor's front panel ECG input. See the
diagram below for a suggested input circuit.

3.

With an oscilloscope, look at the signal at the NOTCH test point on the Mother Board.

4.

Adjust RV13 for 60 Hz and RV14 for 50 Hz for minimum amplitude signal at the NOTCH test point. This
signal should be 600 mV p-p. To turn on the correct filter set TP21 high (+5) for 60 Hz and ground for 50
Hz. A clip lead tied to +5 or ground will accomplish this.

5.

From the front panel, set the filter to OFF. The signal at the NOTCH test point should be approximately 10
V p-p.

6.

To test the auto notch function, plug unit into a variable freq. power generator and slowly change the line
freq. from 50 to 60 Hz.

Peak Detector
1.

With the oscilloscope, look at the signal at U23 Pin 7.

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2.

Connect the ECG simulator and adjust the ECG level so that only one pulse is present at U23 Pin 7.

3.

Put the oscilloscope on the T1 test point.

4.

Put the oscilloscope on the T2 test point.

5.

Set the simulator for an ECG input signal of 300 V. Put the oscilloscope probe at U23 Pin 7.

6.

Adj RV12 (T'HLD) until the signal at U23 Pin 7 changes to two pulses.

CRT Display

Beam Centering

1.

Reduce the intensity using the intensity pot at the top of the High Voltage Power Supply board.

2.

Remove connector J202 from the Mother Board.

3.

Adjust the rings at the rear of the crt to place the beam in the center of the screen.

4.

Replace J202 and readjust the intensity.

Yoke Straightening

1.

With no ECG input signal, loosen the screw holding the yoke clamp at the rear of the crt.

2.

Rotate the yoke so that the trend line on the display is horizontal.

3.

Tighten the yoke clamp screw.

Horizontal Adjustments

1.

Put the oscilloscope on U16 Pin 1. There should be two large ramps and two small ramps.

2.

Adjust RV15 so that the peak of the large ramp is 3.4 V.

3.

Adjust RV5 so that the trend line (ECG waveform line) is 132 mm long.

4.

Adjust RV16 (SS ADJ) so that the ALARMS OFF display area is 33 mm across.

5.

Press the TEST button on the monitor's front panel. When pulses appear across the entire screen, press
FREEZE to stop the motion.

6.

Adjust RV4 (S) and RV6 (SYM) to make the pulses evenly spread across the screen. The S adjustment
controls the linearity between the middle and ends, and the SYM adjustment controls the linearity from end
to end.

7.

Press FREEZE and release TEST so that there are no pulses. Press the MENU button.

8.

Adjust RV9 (RSTP) so that the right end of the trend line just touches the left of side the menu box.

9.

Repeat the above steps as necessary.

Vertical Adjustments

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1.

Put the oscilloscope on U8 Pin 7.

2.

Adjust RV1 (RASTER) so that the negative peak of the signal at U8 Pin 7 is at -2.5 V.

3.

Press the MENU button on the monitor's front panel.

4.

Adjust RV2 (V GAIN) so that the menu box is 86 mm high.

5.

Adjust RV3 (V BAL) to center the menu box between the top and bottom of the screen.

6.

Press the MENU key again to display the second menu.

7.

Adjust RV8 (DA0) so that the trend line is at the same level as the center horizontal line in the second
menu.

8.

Repeat the above adjustments as necessary.

High Voltage Power Supply Board

1.

Adjust the Focus and Intensity adjustments near the top of the High Voltage Power Supply board for the
desired display.

2.

Adjust the Trend Intensity adjustment on the HVPS board to set the trend line intensity separately.

Isolation and Leakage Tests

Use a leakage tester or use the ac voltage range on a digital voltmeter to measure across a 1 k resistor in parallel
with a 0.15 F capacitor and 10 resistor.

1.

Measure between a known ground and the monitor's ground post on the rear panel. Wth the line cord
properly grounded, with the ground removed, and with the line cord reversed, the readings should be less
than 20 A.

2.

With the line cord grounded, measure between shorted patient leads and the hot side of the ac line. The
reading should be less than 10 A.

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ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY

This section describes procedures for disassembly of the monitor for replacement of major components. For
reassembly, use the same procedures but work in reverse. Always remember to save all hardware and to re-install
any connectors removed during disassembly.

Removing the Cover


WARNING: Potentially dangerous voltages are present inside the monitor. Always disconnect the power cord
from the ac outlet before removing the cover. Failure to comply could result in personal injury.
1.

Disconnect the power cord from the ac outlet.

2.

Remove the two screws in the rear that attach the top cover to the rear panel.

3.

Slide the cover back and lift it off.

4.

To remove the bottom cover, turn the monitor upside-down and use the same procedure.

Removing the High Voltage Power Supply


1.

Remove the top cover as described above.


The High Voltage Power Supply board is mounted vertically near the front of the monitor near the crt.

2.

Remove J301 from the High Voltage Power Supply board.

3.

Remove the connector from the back of the crt.

4.

Remove the crt anode cap from the front of the crt by pulling up on the rubber from the edges.

5.

Pull the High Voltage Power Supply board up and out of the card guides.

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Removing the Yoke
The yoke is the electronic assembly located at the rear of the crt.
1.

Remove the top cover as described above.

2.

Remove the High Voltage Power Supply board as described above.

3.

Remove J202 from the Mother Board.

4.

Loosen the screw holding the yoke clamp on the crt and slide the yoke assembly off.

Removing the CRT


1.

Remove the High Voltage Power Supply board as described above.

2.

Remove the spring across the front of the crt.

3.

Remove the two screws holding the crt bracket on the center side of the crt.

4.

Tilt the crt toward the side of the monitor and guide it out of the unit.

5.

After replacing the crt, do the CRT Display adjustments described in the Testing and Troubleshooting
section of this manual.

Replacing the Main Power LED


1.

Remove the top cover, the High Voltage Power Supply board, and the crt as described above.

2.

Remove the LED retainer and pull out the LED.

3.

Push in a new LED and replace the retainer.

Removing the Recorder Assembly


1.

Open the recorder door and remove the paper from the recorder.

2.

Loosen the two captive Philips-head screws inside the recorder housing.

3.

Pull the Recorder Assembly straight out from the monitor.

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Removing the Mother Board
The Mother Board is the main board in the monitor and is located across the bottom of the monitor.
1.

Remove top and bottom covers as described above.

2.

Remove the following connectors:


J201
J202
J203
J204
J205

Main Harness
Yoke
Front Panel
ECG Input
LED

3.

Turn the monitor over and remove the screw at the front of the Mother Board that attaches the board to the
front panel.

4.

Remove the four screws across the bottom of the rear panel.

5.

Squeeze the tabs on each of the plastic standoffs and gently pull on the board to remove it.

Removing the Touch Panel


The Touch Panel is glued to the front bezel.
1.

Remove the top cover as described above.

2.

Disconnect J203 (ribbon cable) from the Mother Board.

3.

Use a knife to work a corner of the Touch Panel loose and pull the panel away from the front bezel.

4.

Feed the ribbon cable through the slot in the front plate.

5.

Make sure the clear plexiglas window is in place in the bezel. Then feed the ribbon cable on the new
Touch Panel through the slot in the bezel.

6.

Peel the protective backing from the Touch Panel and carefully press the panel onto the front bezel.

7.

Connect J203 (ribbon cable) to the Mother Board.

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PURCHASING INFORMATION

Parts List
The following are the part numbers for the major components in the monitor.
Component

Part Number

High Voltage Power Supply


& Video Assy

1117-00-01

Mother Board

5119-00-01

CRT

570000

LED

1062-00-01

Front Touch Panel (101R)


Front Touch Panel (101NR)

1010-03-10
1010-04-10

Terms and Conditions

All prices are F.O.B. Branford, Connecticut. Payment: Net 30 days.

Minimum order is $100 on all orders requiring an invoice prior to payment. When payment accompanies
purchase order, no minimum applies.

A 15% restocking charge will be made on an instrument returned for credit or exchange, unless a waiver is
issued, in writing, by an employee of Ivy Biomedical Systems, Inc.

One instruction manual and service instructions are supplied with each instrument. Additional copies may be
ordered at $25 each.

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INSTALL WITH
RECORDER
OPTION

VI

GND

+12V

VO

U1
H.S.
LT1085CT-12

+12V
TP9

C1
.1UF CER

R97
100 OHM
2W 5%

VI

FC
FC
3ASB 2AG

1N5624

R31

+8V

10 OHM

R45
49.9K

+12V
D9
1N5624

VI

+ C13
10000UF
35V

J201-21

GND

D11
1N5624

VO

+ C3
2200UF
35V

U3
LT1085CT-12
H.S.

FILTER_GND

J201-22

R43

R47

499 OHM

1K

A_GND

MC34002P
+ 5
U10B 6
-

+ C23
1000UF 16V
R44
9.09K

R46
D7
1N5624

20K
+ C30
6.8UF TANT

D15
ICL8069CCZR

A GND
TP24

J201-3

DATE
11-26-97
7-27-98
7-27-98
7-27-98
8-5-98
1-25-99
4-12-99
8-6-99
11-20-00
7-17-01
7-17-01
12-12-02
12-12-02
12-12-02
2-4-03

+8V
TP18

Q13
2N3906
E1
3C

+12X
C4
.1UF CER
A

FILTER_GND

BY
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP

VO

GND

13.4_VAC

J201-25
D

+12X
TP5

U4
LM78L12ACZ

D8

F3

1
2

470 OHM
1/2W 10%

A
+10/13.5VDC

REVISIONS
DESCRIPTION
REVISED FOR REV-01 ARTWORK FAB PER ECN 741.
REVISED PER ECN 804.
REFERENCE REJECTED ECR 803.
REVISED PER ECN 805.
REVISED PER ECN 817.
REVISED PER ECN 868.
REVISED PER ECN 934.
REVISED PER ECN 970.
REVISED PER ECN 1052.
REVISED PER ECN 1104.
REVISED PER ECN 1105.
REVISED PER ECN 1216.
REVISED PER ECN 1217.
REVISED PER ECN 1218.
REVISED PER ECN 1251.

REV
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15

POWER ON
LED
J207

R81

J201-16
J201-32

TO SHT. 4
+12VREC

A_GND

J201-33
A

D12
1N5624

R2

ADJ

D10
VI

FC
FC
3ASB 2AG

VO

R52

14
DIS

THR

R111

*
*

R111

60.4K

60.4K

806K

100UF 25V
D

R84
10K

11

CV

DIS

13

THR

12
D

-V

TO SHT. 4
LNFREQ

+V

10
TR

100K

1N4148
+ C14
15000UF
16V SH

R83

1A

1Y

4
5

2A
2B

2Y

9
10

3A
3B

3Y

12
13

4A
4B

4Y

11

C47

AUDIO_LO
6.9VAC

R271
402
OHM

2N3903

FIL_GND

+12V

R41

R39

10K

10 OHM

R75
47.5 OHM

D_GND

Q21
2N5460
D

D29
1N4148

10000PF
NPO
R89
4.99K

D
C53

R91
C52
10000PF
D NPO

C48
.022UF MP

SPEAKER_GND

J201-18

B2

499 OHM

1
2
3
4

OUTPUT

-12V

J201-31

Q17
R79
3.01K

3.01K

301K
C49
.0047UF MP

R86
30.1K

4. ONLY 1 OF THE 3 OPTIONS ARE TO BE


POPULATED WITH COMPONENTS AT A TIME.

D
D22
1N4148

J201-27

1K

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11 BUSINESS PARK DRIVE


BRANFORD, CT. 06405
(203) 481-4183

AUDIO_SHIELD

J201-23
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SPEAKER

J201-14

Size

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R80
1.47M

R95

AUDIO_LO

R77

3. NOT USED: JP2,JP3,U19,U37,U50.

3G

2N5460

J201-15

R87

5.11K

-12V

2. LAST USED: C144,D73,F4,FB4,J207,JP5,


L1,LD3,Q48,R274,RN2,RV19,
T1,TP43,U54,Y1.

C54
.033UF MP

R78

ECG_AUDIO

1. ALL RESISTORS ARE 1/4W 1% U.O.S.

TO SHT. 4
ECG_AUDIO

Q19
2N3906

R82
47.5 OHM

.1UF
CER

NOTES:

J201-6

ECG_VOLUME

R92
49.9K

+5V

AUDIO_HI

R96
10K

SPEAKER
TP14

1 1

R76

C51

J201-10

.1UF MP

.1UF
CER
6
U13
LF351

7
2

47.5 OHM

30.1K

ALERT_OUT +10/13.5VDC

A_GND
FIL_GND

TO SHT. 4
T150-

G3

R88

4
1
5

C55

R90
2K

AUDIO_OFF

C
E

C58
R85
1.47M

Q20
2N3903
B2

C50

J201-9

.22UF
MP

+12V

J201-5

R114
4.75K

ECG_X1000

Q11
2N3903

OPTION 3

D
D_GND

TO SHT. 4
T500

+12V SPEAKER_GND
TREND_INT
FILTER_GND

J206
174000

J201-4

TO SHT. 4
ALERT_AUDIO

SPEAKER

R38
475 OHM

D_GND

AUD. VOL.
RV11
20K TOP

AUDIO_OFF

+5V

D GND
TP15

J201-36

AUDIO_HI

-7V

R40
22.1 OHM

Q12

TO SHT. 4
Z

+12V

+5V

R42
1K

U12
MC1488P

OPTION 1

.01UF
MP

FIL_GND

OPTION 2

+5V

1N5624

J201-35

FILTER_GND
AUDIO_SHIELD
13.4_VAC
D ECG_VOLUME
13.4VAC
ECG_AUDIO
A_GND
FIL_GND

C46

100UF 25V

-12V

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36

FC
FC
1.5ASB
2AG

D21

U18B
ICM7556

D 6.9_VAC

-12V

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35

V_SYNC-

200K

6.9VAC

+12V

+5V

1N5624
D6

F2

100K

C45

VI

FC
FC
1.5ASB
2AG

100K

VO

.22UF

REAR PANEL
J201
194000

TO SHT. 4
A_GND Z_GND

U2
LM2940T-5.0
H.S.

D5

F1

J201-17

1UF

C56

D28
1N4148

J201-13

.01UF

RV10

+5V

TP20
-7V

200ms

100ms/150ms

C56

GND

6.9_VAC

1ms

TIME ADJ.
RV10
TOP ADJUST

TP11
-8V
-7V

J201-12

CV

D23
1N5338B

-8V

Q18
2N3903

TRIGGER PULSE OUTPUT

14

TRIGGER

-12V

TP10
-12V

GND

R112
10K

1000PF
NPO

1K

V-

+5V
TP19
+5V

R272

TP17

V+

ICM7556
U18A
R113
10K
6 TR

C59

TO SHT. 4
TRGOUT

+5V

+5V

TO SHT. 4
DELTRG

E1

10 OHM

1N5624

-12V

+ C2
1000UF
16V

U5
LT1033
H.S.

+ C34
1000UF 16V

+ C5
2200UF
35V

A
R48
10K .1%
10PPM

F4

13.4VAC

499 OHM

J201-11

R51

121 OHM

J201-29

+12V
A .1UF
CER
2
R49
1
U10A 3
1K
MC34002P
R50
C32
10K .1%
B
10PPM
A .1UF
CER -12V
3C

+ C6
6.8UF
TANT

REC_GND
TO SHT. 4

C31

A
R1
1K

+ C12
10000UF
35V

A_GND

J201-34

Document Number

Rev
15

5119-00-01 (-03 SCHEMATIC)


Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Sheet
1

of

+8V

C33
A
+12V

-12V

______
RASTER
______
ENABLE
TP23

A
14

13
3

1
4

-12V

1K

R32

B2

R74

10K

24.9K

6 7
5 +U16B
A MC34004P

.1UF MP
13 14
12 +U17D
A MC34004P

C25

+8V

.1UF
CER
1

R73
150K

2 3 +U17A
MC34004P
A

R14
4.99K

R108
10K

.1UF
CER

-12V

1
8
6
5

MC34004P

U7

LM318

A
RV4
"S"
5K TOP

R69
10K

R54
10K

C26
R28

3 U8A
4
-12V

R35

5
A

U8B

C19
100PF
NPO

D3
1N6263

.1UF
CER

R29

470 OHM
1/2W 10%

R16
470 OHM
1/2W 10%

C22
A

R12

100 OHM
1/2W 5%

100 OHM

B2
C

A
R10
4.99K

A
Q7
2N3906

B1
H.S.
R11
499 OHM

30.1K

.1UF
CER
1

A
RV5
H. GAIN
20K TOP

Q3
2N6487
E

C20

9 8
10 +U17C
A MC34004P

R24
15K
R18
2.4 OHM
5W 5%

R30
80.6K

NOTES:
1. ALL RESISTORS ARE 1/4W 1% U.O.S.

A
+8V

2. LAST USED: C144,D73,F4,FB4,J207,JP5,


L1,LD3,Q48,R274,RN2,RV19,
T1,TP43,U54,Y1.

-8V
RV7
H.CTR.
20K TOP

C10
100UF
25V

.001UF MP

15K

C27
.1UF
CER

-12V

3. NOT USED: JP2,JP3,U19,U37,U50.


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R20

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Hi
TP4

D4
1N4148

1K
6

6 5 +U17B

10K

MC34002P

1N4148

+ C11
100UF
25V
E
A
HORIZ.
Q4
2N6490
TP2

B1
H.S.
Q8
2N3903

2
B

10K

C41

-8V

.01UF MP
D14

.1UF
CER

R27
9.09K

-12V

R110
162K

RV6
SYM.
5K TOP

R34
2.21K

G
Q10

R15
499 OHM

C21

R109

R53
12.7K

1N4148

S2
1D
PN4393

9.09K

.01UF MP
+12V
C42

D31
1N4148

+12X

RV1
RASTER
5K TOP

R105

-8V

R70
Q9
2N3906

D13

TO SHT. 1
J201-7

C44

3.32K

R21
10K

R106
52.3K

D20
1N4148

+12V

7
C38

-8V
RV9
"RT. SIDE" TEXT
50K TOP

11

RV16
50K TOP
SLOW SWEEP ADJ.
1

TO SHT. 4
V_SYNC-

10

R33

220PF
NPO

-8V

11

R135
110K

+5V

C24

U11D
DG201ACJ

U11B
DG201ACJ
8

C40 .1UF
MP

R68
49.9K

15

U11C
DG201ACJ
9

14

U11A
DG201ACJ

A
.1UF
CER
2 R104
1
3 +U16A
10K
MC34004P
S
A
C39
Q25
3
TP22
G
PN4393
HRAMP
A
.1UF
D
-12V
CER
2

R72
200K

16

1N4148

TO SHT. 4
MOVE-

+5V

10K

1N6263

C37
.1UF
CER
A
C43

+12V

D27

R59

____
MOVE
TP12

R58
10K

12

80.6K

+5V

D19

+12V

R107

470PF NPO

5
4
3
2
1

VERT. YOKE 2

R17
1 OHM
5W 5%

D25
1N6263

+5V

C36
A .1UF
CER

C16

YOKE
J202

VERT. YOKE 1

HOR. YOKE 2

R61
10K

TO SHT. 4
H_SYNC-

RAMP
RV15
50K TOP

Vi
TP3
A

HOR. YOKE 1

______
H SYNC
TP13

______
V SYNC
TP6

C7
100UF
25V

4.99K
R22
806 OHM

MC34004P

-8V

Q1
2N6487
E

R23

VRAMP
TP7

B1
H.S.

R4
499 OHM

R9
470 OHM
1/2W 10%

D24
1N4148

R25

R3
4.99K

Q5
2N3906

R63
10K

+8V

R60
200K

12 +
13 -U16D

B2

.1UF
CER

R55
3.01K

C18

80.6K

C8
.47UF
MP
A

D1
1N6263

R26

RV3
V. BAL.
20K TOP

D16
1N4148

R62
10K

TO SHT. 4
R_ENABLE-

+8V

MC34004P
10 +
8
9 -U16C
+5V

.1UF
CER

-12V
Q15
PN4393
2
1
S
D

R6
27 OHM
1/2W 5%

D26
1N4148

R5
100 OHM
1/2W 5%

200K

R19
100 OHM
C15
100PF
NPO

A
TO SHT. 4
Z_INT

RV2
V. GAIN
1K TOP

C29

VERT.
TP1

4
1
5

R67

D2
1N4148

1
3 +
8
6
2 - U6
5
LM318

Q6
2N3903

LF351

Q2
2N6490

+ C9
100UF
25V
A

B2

C35
6.8UF TANT

U9

B1
H.S.

D18
1N4148

R7
4.99K

.1UF
CER

1M

11

6.04K

R57

R36
1K

R8
499 OHM

C17

Q16
1
2
D
S
PN4393

R66

C28
.1UF
CER

R65
49.9K

TO SHT. 4
D/A

+12V

1N4148

R56
2M

D/A
TP8

-12V

-8V

+8V

D17

3G

RV8
D/A 0
20K TOP

DATE
11-26-97
7-27-98
7-27-98
7-27-98
8-5-98
1-25-99
4-12-99
8-6-99
11-20-00
7-17-01
7-17-01
12-12-02
12-12-02
12-12-02
2-4-03

Q14
S

PN4393

6.8UF
TANT

R64
1.5K

BY
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP

R37
20K

REVISIONS
DESCRIPTION
REVISED FOR REV-01 ARTWORK FAB PER ECN 741.
REVISED PER ECN 804.
REFERENCE REJECTED ECR 803.
REVISED PER ECN 805.
REVISED PER ECN 817.
REVISED PER ECN 868.
REVISED PER ECN 934.
REVISED PER ECN 970.
REVISED PER ECN 1052.
REVISED PER ECN 1104.
REVISED PER ECN 1105.
REVISED PER ECN 1216.
REVISED PER ECN 1217.
REVISED PER ECN 1218.
REVISED PER ECN 1251.

REV
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15

Document Number

Rev
15

5119-00-01 (-03 SCHEMATIC)


Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Sheet
1

of

4
R265

D58
1N4148

D57
1N4148

TR

CV

U44A
ICM7556

DIS

THR

1N4148

+6.5V
R262
10K

.01UF
MP

11
R231
10K
I

1M
2N3903

1
C112

CV

13

THR

12

TP38
-5VI

RV12
T'HOLD
20K TOP

C70

1K
U25
DG508A

-12V
14

.0047UF MP

C69
1UF MP

10K
13 14
12 +U24D
A MC34004P

Q22
PN4393

GND

R133

A
R130
10K

9 8
10 +U24C
A MC34004P

V+

13

+12V

V-

-12V

+5V
G1

D34
1N4148

R129

G2
G4

TO SHT. 4

NOTCHB

D47
1N4148
-12V

R159

C81

.001UF
MP

680PF NPO

R157
100K

D40
1N6263

+5V

2
B
R188
330 OHM
1/2W 10%

THR

C102
.001UF
MP

CV

C101

C99
.22UF MP

150PF
NPO

2N3903
C103
22UF
TANT

Q35
R199
10K

2
B
E

R196
3.32K

TO SHT. 4
16uSEC_SYNC

R195
10K

RC

CX

4
5

+T
-T

NOTES:

R160
150K

1. ALL RESISTORS ARE 1/4W 1% U.O.S.

U30B
CD4538B
10

U30A
CD4538B
Q

RC

14

CX

15

+T
-T

12
11

2. LAST USED: C144,D73,F4,FB4,J207,JP5,


L1,LD3,Q48,R274,RN2,RV19,
T1,TP43,U54,Y1.

C80
.47UF MP
R194
10K
Q34

+5V

R193
10K

B
C3

TP39
-6.5V

2N3903
1E

3. NOT USED: JP2,JP3,U19,U37,U50.


IVY BIOMEDICAL SYSTEMS INC.
11 BUSINESS PARK DRIVE
BRANFORD, CT. 06405
(203) 481-4183
Title

MOTHER BOARD 1 ASSY, WITH RECORDER OPTION

Size
Date:

T2

+5V

+5V
.1UF
CER
Q 6

NEONATAL = /4MS

70MS

T1
TP35
C98

A
16

TR

TO SHT. 4
ADULT = /7MS

+5V

C79

DIS

EVENT

T2
TP31

D41
1N6263

10K

R192
(ADULT)
30.1K
(NEONATAL) 12.1K

499
OHM

R162
4.99K

D42
1N4148

SAMPLE

U31
ICM7555

V+

8
Q36E

R201

3C

Q31
2N3903

-8V

.1UF
CER

E1

C82
.15UF MP

R198
1K

D44
1N4148

TL034ACN
6 7
5 +U23B

100K

13

D37
1N4148

R165
D43
1N4148

60.4K
C78

A
.1UF
CER
2 1
3 +U23A
TL034ACN
A
C77

C83
.01UF MP

10K

R164

VD

+12V
R155
100K

R158

VS

1UF MP
13 14
12 +U23D
A TL034ACN

C84
.22UF MP

R154
2M

R156
200K

D
8

-8V

2N3903
1G

1N5819

R200
10K

V-

D51
-6.5V

D73
1N4148

3.24M

R189
6.04K

Q37
IRF522

499 OHM
B
Q38
C3
1E
2N3903

C104
+ 100UF
25V
730MA

R211
1K

1S
Q48
2N5116

R121

R161

-8V

R202
100 OHM

R203
2.21K

T1
1029-00-10
C128
470UF
25V

D3

8.06K

+12V

25UH

R212

-5VI

R119

+8V

ISOL GND
TP37

D52
ICL8069CCZR

MC34004P

R210
10K

11
C127
470UF
25V

R120
49.9K

+5V

L1

9 10 +U39C

+5V

301K
C62
.1UF MP
A

R132
10K

L0

D50

D48
1N5819

I
R209
10K

1N5819

C120
100UF
25V

R205

R216
20K

C115
100UF
25V

TL034ACN

10K

14

R128
100K

2S

2S

R140
2.21K

R141

.1UF
CER

+6.5V
TP40

U41
CNY17-3

R207
121
OHM

1N4148

12 +
13 -U39D

R197

D1

R122

R127

1N4148

1K

10 +
9 -U23C

C121
100UF
25V

CV

6.04K
D33

100K

R138
12.7K

D32
1N4148

+8V

C117

499 OHM
R206
1K

MC34004P

20K

R208
374 OHM

+6.5V

THR

R139

R222

D49

R213

2N3906
B

DO NOT INSTALL
FOR NEONATAL

1K

10K
1E

DIS

TR

33.2K

-6.5V

C61

Q39

R179
80.6K

R118

C3

D1

+5VI
TP36

C68
6.8UF
TANT

+5VI

1M
C116
.1UF MP

U44B
ICM7556

C118

-6.5V

+5VI

-6.5V

I
.1UF
CER
2 1
3 +U39A
MC34004P

R215
402K

R163
100K

2
U20
ICM7555
5
C63
.01UF
CD

R225
10K

R226

Q23
PN4393
G

DIS

210K
R180

.047UF MP

R124
1.47M

A .1UF
CER

49.9K

+6.5V

C113
.01UF
MP

5
4
Q

.01UF MP

+5V

C114
1UF MP

R263
1M

-6.5V

90.9K

+6.5V

U43
CNY17-3

TR

L1

2B R264
100K

Q47E

R214

+5V
R123
49.9K

10
8

R177
221 OHM

C66

R131
1M

+5V

C64

R223

-8V

7.5K

INSTALL
FOR
NEONATAL

649K (ADULT)
130K (NEONATAL)

-5VI

R230
10K
C123

R175

C67

60/50
TO SHT. 4

R102
10K
-8V

D70
FDH333

D56

D63
1N4148

2S

1M

+5V
1E

PN4393
G

1N4148

TL062

1K

D1

Q45

110K
R173
10K

R178

-12V

+ 5
U14B 6
-

U42
CNY17-3

+5VI

C143
220PF
NPO

+5VI

14

100K

R227

R172

AOUT

R253
21.5K

-6.5V

499K
+5VI

D59

10K 1W
10%

LT1058ACN
10 +
8
9 -U54C

R260

R232
499K

Q32
PN4393

1M

1N4148

4
+5V

R241

V+

GUARD
R261

LD3
NE2HC2A

R258
50M 5%

D71
FDH333

Q28

10K

A
+6.5V

R224
10K

RATE
RV19
200K TOP

D46

FB3
150013

+5VI

V-

+5VI

J204-3

G3

R126

1M

.01UF
MP

22.1
OHM

LL

R254
1K
R252

C89

C86
.022UF
MP

9
10
11
12
7
6
5
4

8
1M

1M

R99

3G

Q26

100K

1M

1N4148

R176

105K

R100

PN4393

R255
I

A
C65
.1UF MP

1000PF NPO

R266

-6.5V
C124
.1UF CER

R251

-5VI

Q46
PN4393

Q27

60/50
TP21

.1UF
CER

D45
1N4148

TO SHT. 4
ECG

2N3906
B
R143
R134
10K
10K
R142
-12V
33.2K

G3
.1UF
CER

49.9K

C3

R101
10K

TL062
+ 3
1
U14A 2
-

R98

3G

PN4393

C141
R257
402K

-12V

100K
D36
1N4148

+12V

R229

14

V+

C130
-6.5VI

U45
CD4052BE

LT1058ACN
12 +
13 -U54D

402K

R171
121K
C90
.022UF
MP

470PF
NPO

R256

1UF
MP

D72

D69
FDH333

C125

100K

C87

R170
301K

MC34004P
5 +
7
6 -U24B

R169

R145

C126
.01UF
MP

R167
60.4K

R168

200K
D35
1N4148

+5V

RV14
50 HZ ADJ.
200K TOP

16
VD

13

RV13
60 HZ ADJ.
200K TOP
X500
TP42

V-

Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
INH
A
B

.033UF
5% MP

2S

PN4393

1
5
2
4
6
10
9

Q30

9 8
10 +U26C
A MC34004P

11

D1

Q44

X0
X1
X2
X3

1UF MP

R144

3G

PN4393

R148

R136
30.1K

C142

.1UF
CER
LT1101CN8
2
6
7
+
8
3 U46
1
-

VE

C138
220PF
NPO

12
14
15
11

VS

R249

+6.5VI

R243
100K

LT1058ACN
5 +
7
6 -U54B

100K

.033UF 5% MP

R259
4.75M

C129

R248

R137
30.1K

R242
100K

C122
.1UF
CER

R250
50M 5%

D68
FDH333

GUARD
10K 1W
10%
LD2
NE2HC2A

R220
100K

+6.5V

+5VI

FB2
150013

NON-ISOLATED

178K

J204-2

D61
1N4148

1N4148

C85

R166
INSTALL
16.9K
FOR
NEONATAL

C71

2 1
3 +U24A
MC34004P

S8
S7
S6
S5
S4
S3
S2
S1

D60

R187
90.9K

1N4148

1M

LA

ISOLATED

C72

13 14
12 +U26D
A MC34004P

100K

R233
150K

NOTCH
TP30

100K

R146

.1UF
CER

R147

.0047UF MP

R247

-5VI

C140

+12V

C92

EN

D55

1N4148
D54

.1UF
CER

C88

100K

Q41
2

1N4148
D53

-6.5V

R182

100K

R234
10K

2N3906

LT1058ACN

D67
FDH333

2S

PN4393
G

6 7
5 +U26B
A MC34004P

C91
.033UF
MP

C93
.1UF
CER

11

D1

Q43

7
6

100 OHM

-12V

INSTALL R183
FOR FILTER
OUT ONLY
R183

TO SHT. 1
J201-24
ECG_X1000

R181

3 +
2 -U54A

C137
220PF
NPO

2
3

RV18
100K TOP
ECG
GAIN

X1000
TP29

.1UF
CER

R245
100K

-6.5V

R246
50M 5%

R244

100
OHM

A FILTER
OUT

C139

D66
FDH333

GUARD
10K 1W
10%
LD1
NE2HC2A

R219

+6.5V

R184
75K

DATE
11-26-97
7-27-98
7-27-98
7-27-98
8-5-98
1-25-99
4-12-99
8-6-99
11-20-00
7-17-01
7-17-01
12-12-02
12-12-02
12-12-02
2-4-03

TO SHT. 4
LEADS_OFF

C94

.1UF
CER
3 +
1
2 -U26A
MC34004P

JP4

C95
.01UF
MP

+6.5V

+5VI

U40
IL300G
8

+5VI

J204-1

FILTER
IN

R186
162K

BY
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP

Q40
2N3906
E

R217 2 B
499 OHM
C

I MC34004P

SHIELD

+8V

11

6 5 +U39B

R235
499K

FB1
150013

R185
402K

R218
10K

150PF NPO
I

+12V
+8V

-6.5V
C119

RA

R228
80.6K

I
Q42
2N3903

RV17
ECG BAL
20K TOP

-8V

11

B2

X500

-6.5V

R204
10K

+5VI

+ C131
6.8UF TANT
C

I .1UF
CER

-6.5V

J208

R274
10K

1K

C133

R238

D65
1N4148

R273
10K
REMOVE R273
FOR FILTER
OUT ONLY

U38
CNY17-3

R239
30.1K

10K
C144
.01UF
CD

+5V

20K

I .1UF
CER
+ 3
1
U47A 2
TL062

R267

150013

R236
1.5K

+5VI

D64
1N4148

FB4

SHIELD_DRIVE

C132
8

1
2
3
4
5
6

1N4148

R240

SHIELD
DRIVE
TP43

RA
LA
LL

D62

REVISIONS
DESCRIPTION
REVISED FOR REV-01 ARTWORK FAB PER ECN 741.
REVISED PER ECN 804.
REFERENCE REJECTED ECR 803.
REVISED PER ECN 805.
REVISED PER ECN 817.
REVISED PER ECN 868.
REVISED PER ECN 934.
REVISED PER ECN 970.
REVISED PER ECN 1052.
REVISED PER ECN 1104.
REVISED PER ECN 1105.
REVISED PER ECN 1216.
REVISED PER ECN 1217.
REVISED PER ECN 1218.
REVISED PER ECN 1251.

REV
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15

+6.5V

+6.5V

ECG
INPUT
J204

R237
100K

A2
A1
A0

TL062
5 +
6 -U47B

15
16
1

Document Number

Rev
15

5119-00-01 (-03 SCHEMATIC)


Tuesday, March 08, 2005
1

Sheet

of

INSTALL WITH
RECORDER OPTION

TO SHT. 1
J201-30
ALERT_OUT

R125
1K

TO SHT. 3
60/50

182001

BEEP
HONK
VRTD

14
15
16
17
13
12
11
10

PC0
PC1
PC2
PC3
PC4
PC5
PC6
PC7

+5V

CS55
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26
1

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14

WE
OE
CS1

27
22
20

WRTRDCSRAM

GND

TO SHT. 3
LEADS_OFF

+5V

14

RN1
10K

.1UF
CER

VCC

26

RDWRTA0
A1

VCC

5
36
9
8
35
6

R269
3.32K

RD
WR
A0
A1
RESET
CS

C136

DQ7
DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
DQ3
DQ2
DQ1
DQ0

D7
D6
D5
D4
D3
D2
D1
D0

17
16
15
14
13
11
10
9

DATE
11-26-97
7-27-98
7-27-98
7-27-98
8-5-98
1-25-99
4-12-99
8-6-99
11-20-00
7-17-01
7-17-01
12-12-02
12-12-02
12-12-02
2-4-03

+5V

C105
.1UF
CER

GND

PB0
PB1
PB2
PB3
PB4
PB5
PB6
PB7

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10

12

____
MOVE

18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

28

D
PB1
PB2
PB3
PB4
ALARM_ON/OFF
2_MIN_PRCDR
TESTMENU
GRAPH

34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27

VCC

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

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

CHASSIS_GND

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

GND

1
FRONT
PANEL
J203

U51
71055C-10
4 PA0
3 PA1
2 PA2
1
40 PA3
39 PA4
38 PA5
37 PA6
PA7

TO SHT. 3
L0
L1
G1
G2
G4
NOTCH-

RN2
1K

U53
MK48T02-12
8 A0
7 A1
6 A2
5 A3
4 A4
3
2 A5
1 A6
23 A7
22 A8
19 A9
21 A10
20 WG18 E-

A[0..15]

BY
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP
GP

24

+5V

+5V
+5V

REVISIONS
DESCRIPTION
REVISED FOR REV-01 ARTWORK FAB PER ECN 741.
REVISED PER ECN 804.
REFERENCE REJECTED ECR 803.
REVISED PER ECN 805.
REVISED PER ECN 817.
REVISED PER ECN 868.
REVISED PER ECN 934.
REVISED PER ECN 970.
REVISED PER ECN 1052.
REVISED PER ECN 1104.
REVISED PER ECN 1105.
REVISED PER ECN 1216.
REVISED PER ECN 1217.
REVISED PER ECN 1218.
REVISED PER ECN 1251.

REV
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15

C106
.1UF
CER

C135
.1UF
CER

C111
.1UF
CER

C57
.1UF
CER

C110
.1UF
CER

C109
.1UF
CER

C108
.1UF
CER

D
D

CST02

TO SHT. 2
MOVETO SHT. 2
R_ENABLE-

U52
HM62256LP-12
D

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

ECG_AUDIO
3

+12VREC
+12VREC
TO SHT. 1
+

HONK

BEEP

Q33
2N3903

C107
+5V

SOCKET
28 PIN

____
INTR
TP41

R270
150 OHM

/WRT
/RD
/MREQ
/BACK

55
48

8MHZ
22

49
21
28

INTRPT
NMI
EVENT

4
57
34

60HZ
/10MS
ADCS

T2
70MS
TO SHT. 3

SAMPLE
TP26

TO SHT. 2
V_SYNC-

76
80
25
27
5

23
14
24

40
41
39
37
36
33
30

84
35
HONKOT
BEEPOT

18
20

FLD21

46

/HSYNC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC
VCC

71
3
13
26
38
43
53
66
78

+12V
R71
4.99K

C96
.1UF
CER
D

R103

FO OUT

TRGPD0
TP33

1
Q

CL

PR

PG

CLK

28

VCC

10
13
12

CLK0
G0
OUT0

18
17
16

CLK1
G1
OUT1

21
19
20

CLK2
G2
OUT2

14

GND

U32
N82C54-2

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2

1
13
VCC

IO

VREF+

14

R117
4.99K

VREF-

15

R151

+8V

TO SHT. 2
D/A

C60
.001UF
MP

R116
3.01K

4.99K

GND

VEE

RC
CMP

MC34002P
6
7
5 U22B

U29
MC1408-8N

10
11
12
13

GND

1
16
C97

Q3
Q2
Q1
Q0

SO
DOR

15
14

16
VCC

.01UF
CD

-12V

U27
74HCT40105
D3
D2
D1
D0

10
11
12
13

GND

RST
OE
DIR
SIN

VCC

Q3
Q2
Q1
Q0

16

+5V
15
14

+5V

R174
4.75K

A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8

20
VCC
D GND

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

RD
WR
A0
A1

26
27
22
23

A0
A1

CS

24

CS54

D
U28
74HCT40105

+8V
R152
9.09K

SOCKET
28 PIN

R153
15K

7
6
5
4

7
6
5
4

9
1
2
3
D

NOTES:
1. ALL RESISTORS ARE 1/4W 1% U.O.S.

TO SHT. 3
ECG

+12V

+ C76
6.8UF
TANT

2. LAST USED: C144,D73,F4,FB4,J207,JP5,


L1,LD3,Q48,R274,RN2,RV19,
T1,TP43,U54,Y1.
3. NOT USED: JP2,JP3,U19,U37,U50.
IVY BIOMEDICAL SYSTEMS INC.
11 BUSINESS PARK DRIVE
BRANFORD, CT. 06405
(203) 481-4183

1
3 U22A
MC34002P

U34A
74HCT74
7

A
8

VREF
AGND

9
1
2
3
TRGPD0

Y1
MX045T2C8M
D

U21
ADC0803

CLK

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

D
+5V

+5V

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

CS
RD
WR
INTR

19

D38
1N6263

D3
D2
D1
D0

CLK

R268
150 OHM

BUSRQ
BUSAK

VSS

14
15
12
8
7
9
10
13

CLKR

C75
680PF
SM
A

F7
F6
F5
F4
F3
F2
F1
F0

D0
D1
D2
D3

R115
20K

Q29

25
23

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

VI-

TRGPD0

R150
475 OHM

D4
D5
D6
D7

2N3903

RESET

VI+

TO SHT. 1
J201-1
Z_GND
D

-12V

+5V

13

U34B
74HCT74
C74
.1UF
CER

TO SHT.1
DELTRG

INT
NMI

26

DELTRG
TP25

+5V

+5V

16
17

1
2
3
5

DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3
DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7

TM

Title

MOTHER BOARD 1 ASSY, WITH RECORDER OPTION

WAIT

18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11

Q24
2N3903

TO SHT. 1
J201-20
TREND_INT

29

CL

PG

14

CLK
TP27

R191
10K

GND

CLK

+5VDC

11

HALT

24

14

REFSH

18

A
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

SO
DOR

BREQBACK-

10
PR

12

28

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15

A 1N4148

4.99K

D39
1N6263

RST
OE
DIR
SIN

TO SHT. 1
LNFREQ

MREQ
IORQ
WR
RD

D30

SOCKET
84 PIN

JP1
STD

1
8
6
U15
5
LM318

100 OHM

10

INTNMI-

M1

19
20
22
21

VCC

11
5

7
3

VB

GND

27

WRTRD-

RS

PFO

VCC

WDI

PFI

+5V

U33
MAX690CPA

VO

_____
RESET
TP34

C73
.1UF CER

J201-2
Z
TO SHT. 2
Z_INT

+5V

R149
U48
Z84C008
A0 30
A1 31
A2 32
A3 33
A4 34
A5 35
A6 36
A7 37
A8 38
A9 39
A10 40
A11 1
A12 2
A13 3
A14 4
A15 5

TO SHT. 1
J201-7

SAMPLE

F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7

+5V

TO SHT. 3
EVENT

Z
TP16

U36
GRG_GUU
2452-00-04
(330093)

58
83
12
9
81
62
54
77

29
1
70
10

EVENT
TP28

+5V

/4MS
70MS
SAMPLE

45
56
22

TO SHT. 3
16uSEC_SYNC

14

2367-01-04
FOR 101NR

7
19
32
42
47
59
72
82

A10

10K

D
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND

PIN001
PIN002

CSROM
RD-

RDBK0
RDBK1
/WRTRDY
/RDRDY
RECSYNC

20
22
27
1

/ZOUT
/VSYNC
REINTEN
EVNT
/MOVE
25

R221

2366-01-04
FOR 101R

LDOFF
/PRINT
A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A2
A1
A0
D1
D0

/RDFIF
/UNLFIF

CE
OE
PGM
VPP

U49
(330043)

A15
A14
A13
A12
A11
A2
A1
A0
D1
D0

8
61
2
69
79
74
75
63
6
73
50
44

TO SHT. 2
H_SYNC16US
TP32

68
65
52
60
51
67

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13

BEEP
HONK
VRTD

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25
24
21
23
2
26

17
64

RDY

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13

DTAD8
DTAD7

SOCKET
44 PIN

INSTALL WITH
RECORDER OPTION

27
18

O0
O1
O2
O3
O4
O5
O6
O7

15
16

J205
RECORDER INTERFACE
202002

RDY
CE/WAIT

11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19

CSROM
CSRAM
CST02
CS54
CS55
RECRD
RECWR

INT/PULSE
IEI
IEO
/RES
CLK

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

FD7
FD6
FD5
FD4
FD3
FD2
FD1
FD0

CLK

41
42
40
12
8

A11
A12
A13
A14
A15

31
11

M1
IORQ
MREQ
RD
WR

C134
.1UF CER
D

/RDY
/TMOT

MREQRDWRT-

30
11
14
10
9

+5V

VCC

BUSREQ
BAI
BAO

A6
A7
A8
A9
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5

GND

17
16
15

28

BREQBACK-

.1UF
CER
A0 7
A1 5
A2 4
A3 3
A4 2
A5 1
A6 44
A7 43
A8 26
A9 25
A10 24
A11 23
A12 22
A13 21
A14 20
A15 19

VCC

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

TO SHT. 1
TRGOUT
RECSYNC
/RDRDY
/WRTRDY

39
38
37
36
35
33
32
31

RECWR
/WRTRDY
RECRES
RECRD
/RDRDY
RECSYNC
RDBK0
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4

U35
Z84C1008

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

13

R190
49.9K

RDBK0

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

VRTD
HONK
BEEP

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

RECWR
RECRD
CS55
CS54
CST02
CSRAM
CSROM

1B
2B
3B
4B
5B
6B
7B
8B
9B
10B
11B
12B
13B
14B
15B
16B
17B
18B
19B
20B
21B
22B
23B
24B
50B

R93
10K

D[0..7]

34

+5V

1A
2A
3A
4A
5A
6A
7A
8A
9A
10A
11A
12A
13A
14A
15A
16A
17A
18A
19A
20A
21A
22A
23A
24A
25A

T150C

AGND
TO SHT. 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

TO SHT. 1

T500

R94
10K

GND

C100
10000UF 16V

RDBK0
RECSYNC
/RDRDY
/WRTRDY

ALERT_AUDIO

Size

-12V

D
Date:
4

Document Number

Rev
15

5119-00-01 (-03 SCHEMATIC)


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