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SERVICE MANUAL

UT4000F Pro
PATIENT MONITOR
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SERVICE MANUAL

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SERVICE MANUAL

TABLE OF CONTENT
SECTION 1 General Introduction .............................................................. 1-1
Aabout the manual ...................................................................................... 1-1
Bsafety information .................................................................................... 1-1
Cservice information................................................................................... 1-3
SECTION 2 Device Introduction ................................................................ 2-1
Aproduct description................................................................................... 2-1
Bconfiguration ............................................................................................ 2-1
Cfront panel ................................................................................................ 2-1
Drear panel ................................................................................................. 2-2
Eside panels ................................................................................................ 2-3
Ftechnical specification............................................................................... 2-4
Grequirements ............................................................................................ 2-6
SECTION 3 Maintenance and Calibration................................................... 3-1
Amaintenance schedule............................................................................... 3-1
Bmanufacturer responsibility ...................................................................... 3-1
Cappearance check ..................................................................................... 3-1
Dcleaning ................................................................................................... 3-1
Ethorough inspection and NIBP calibration................................................. 3-2
Felectricity safety test ................................................................................. 3-4
SECTION 4 Troubleshooting ..................................................................... 4-1
SECTION 5 Disassembly & assembly....................................................... 5-1
SECTION 6 Technical Drawings................................................................ 6-1
Asystem configuration ............................................................................... 6-1
Bschematic drawing.................................................................................... 6-1
CPCB component layout and test points...................................................... 6-1
SECTION 7 Spare Parts List ...................................................................... 7-1

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Section 1 General Introduction


AAbout Service Manual
1. Objective: The Service manual is mainly used by biomedical equipment technician and service
personnel. Users shall have sufficient electronic technology background, including analog and
digital electronics as well as computer technology.
2. Scope: Qualified professional may take this manual as a reference in the monitor installation,
maintenance and service.
3. Main Contents: The manual consists of the following chapters:
Chapter 1 General Introduction: Introduces the users, applications, main contents, safety and
service information of the manual.
Chapter 2 Device Introduction: Describes the product, networking technical specifications,
preparations before use and operation principles.
Chapter 3 Maintenance: Includes making maintenance plan, visual inspection, cleaning, check
and test.
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting: Introduces the monitor structure and system defaults setting.
Chapter 5 Disassembly & assembly: Provides disassembly and assembly procedure.
Chapter 6 Technical drawings: Provides technical diagram.
Chapter 7 Spare parts list: Provides spare parts list.

B. Safety
1. Manufacturer Responsibility
The Company shall be responsible for the safety, reliability and performances of the monitor
under the following conditions:
Installation, operation, function upgrade, readjustments, modifications and service are
conducted by professional authorized by the Company.
Electric installation with neighboring rooms are conducted in accordance with the requirements
of correct rules.
The equipment is used correctly in conformity with operation guidance.
2. Precautions
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The user of the monitor must be qualified persons who have been trained and are capable of
using the monitor correctly.
To protect patients safety, use only parts and accessories manufactured or recommended by the
Company.
Before connect the equipment to any other equipment not recommended in the manual, please
contact the Company in advance.
3. External Marks of the Equipment
Note: As the parameter configuration of the monitors can be different, there may not be some
marks on the monitor you purchased.
Defibrillator protection BF type applied part: F type applied part (float/insulation),
complies with IEC-60601-1 particular requirements, with higher requirements for
electric shock protection than B type applied part.
Defibrillator protection CF type applied part: F type applied part (float/insulation),
complies with IEC60601-1 particular requirements, with higher requirements for electric
shock protection than BF type applied part:
Caution: Check accompanying documents.
Fuse.

Electric potential balance terminal.

Power on /off (press-press)

CE0123 The product is in conformity with the requirements of MDD 93/42/EEC through
certification by TUV P.S.

Alternating Current.

4. Classification
In accordance with IEC 60601-1 standards, UT4000F Pro monitor and its applied parts are
classified as follows:
Classified according to type of electric shock protection: Class I, with internal power supply.
Classified according to degree of electric shock protection: BF type applied part NIBP, SpO2,
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Temperature. CF type applied part ECG, Respiration, invasive blood pressure.


Classified according to degree of harmful liquid protection: common equipment (enclosed
equipment without protection against liquid going in).
Classified according to the safety degree when used in environment of mixed gas of
combustible anesthetic gases and air or /and mixed gas of oxygen and N2O: the equipment
cannot be used in environment with mixed gas of combustible anesthetic gas and air or mixed
gas of oxygen or N2O.
Classified according to working mode: Continuous running mode.
5. Terminology
The terminology used in the manual Warning, Caution and Note indicates the hazard and
remind users of the precautions to be taken according to the degree of importance. Hazard
indicates the potential cause which may result in injury to human body.
Warning: indicates the potential hazard or unsafe action which may result in death or serious
injury if not avoided.
Caution: indicates the potential hazard or unsafe action which may result in relatively minor injury
to human body or damage to product if not avoided.
Note: provides useful information and hint reminding user to pay attention to and ensure that the
monitor may play its role to the maximum degree.

C. Service Information
1. Service Requirements
Please observe the following service requirements:
Only refer to the Customer Service Center about the equipment service issues.
Equipment failure due to unauthorized service shall not be warranted.
Monitor shall be maintained regularly according to the service schedule, otherwise, it may result
in equipment failure, even hazard.
During the life time of the equipment, regular maintenance is the essential way to keep the
monitor function normally.
2. Equipment Identification
Each monitor manufactured by the Company has a unique serial number for equipment
identification and service.

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Section 2 Device Introduction


A. Product Description
The monitor is easy to carry, advanced function, easy to use.
1Dimension
320 mmWX 250 mmHX 170Dmm
2Weight
7.95 Kg
3Screen
12.1"
4Unity Network The device can be linked with central station.

B. Front Panel
The front panel of the UT 4000F Pro multi-parameter patient monitor is as follows:

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(1) Power LED When the patient monitor is powered on, the LED is in green.
Indicator
When the patient monitor is connected to AC power supply but
not turned on, the LED is in orange, indicating that the internal
battery is being charged.
(2) Screen

TFT screen for displaying waveform, menu, alarm status and


vital sign measurement results.

(3) Alarm Light Red/Yellow two-color alarm light. The lights shine status
Indicator
change with the serious level of the alarm; light is red and wink
when the level is highest; light is yellow and wink when the
level is higher; light is yellow when the level is low.
(4) Main Menu

When screen does not display menu bar, press this key to display
the main menu bar. When the screen is displaying main menu
bar, press this key, then the main menu bar will disappear from
the screen.

(5) Waveform
When a waveform sweep is displayed, press the key to freeze the
Freeze/Restore waveform.
When a waveform is being frozen, press this key to unfreeze the
waveform and restore waveform sweep.
(6) Start/Stop
Press this key to start a blood pressure measurement. If the
NIBP Measure patient monitor is in the process of blood pressure measurement,
press this key to stop blood pressure measurement.
(7) Silence

Press this key to enable or disable Alarm sound.

(8) Print

Press this key to activate the recorder to print. Press this key
again to stop printing.

(9) Setup Menu

Press this key to enter System Setup menu. Press it again the
menu will disappear.

(10) Trim Knob

When menu is displayed, rotate the knob to select the functions


at the bottom of the screen. When mouse cursor (arrow) is
pointing to a certain function, press the knob to select the
function. Then rotate the knob to select the desired item. In the
end, press the knob again to confirm the selection.

(11) Power Button Press this button to turn on /off the patient monitor.

C. Rear Panel
The rear panel of UT 4000F Pro is as shown in Figure 3-2.

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Fig. 3-2 Rear Panel Diagram


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2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Fuse 1
110-230VAC, 50/60Hz, external power supply socket
Fuse 2
Equipotentiality
Heat Exhaust
RS422 Communication port
External display socket
Handle

RS422 communication port can only be connected with GOLDWAY central


station.
Accessory equipment connected to the analog and digital interfaces must be
certified according to the respective IEC standards ( e.g. IEC 950 for data
processing equipment and IEC 601-1 for medical equipment ). Furthermore, all
configurations shall comply with the valid version of the system standard
IEC 601-1-1. Everybody who connects additional equipment to the signal input
part or signal output part configures a medical system, and is therefore
responsible that the system complies with the requirement of IEC 601-1-1. If in
doubt, consult the technical service department or your local representative.
The definition of RS422 port is as follows,
1 N.C. No Connected
2 N.C. No Connected
3 N.C. No Connected
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TXD+ (B) Signal Transmited+


TXD- (A) Signal Transmited -
RXD- (A) Signal Received -
N.C.
No Connected
RXD+ (B) Signal Received +

D Side Panels
There are seven sockets/receptacles on the left side panel,
respectively:
ECG
SpO2

IBP1/2

This socket accepts ECG cable accompanying the patient


monitor.
This socket accepts SpO2 extension cable.

NIBP

This receptacle accepts the hose connector plug


from the blood pressure cuff.

TEMP1

This receptacle accepts the temperature probe.

TEMP2

This receptacle accepts the temperature probe.

There are two sockets on the right side panel of the IBP measurement
module, accepting the IBP cable.

Please consult the specific items in the parameters chapters.


There is an optional built-in recorder on the right side panel of the patient monitor
which is used to print the monitoring waveform and data.
Loading thermal paper: Open the door of the recorder by pressing in the
direction as indicated by the arrow, place print paper inside according to the diagram
on the recorder panel. Pull the paper until a few inches of paper is showing. Close the
side cover and now the recorder is ready to print.
NOTE: The recorder in UT4000F Pro is optional. If you have not ordered the
recorder, please disregard the descriptions that refer to the recorder.

E. Technical specification
1. Safety Standards & Quality System

Designed to meet EN 60601-1:1990 + A1:1993 + A2:1995


Class I equipment, internally powered equipment, double in sulated
Type BF and CF applied parts
ISO9001 & EN46001 Certified

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2. Power Requirements

Power Supply
Input Power
Fuses
Battery
Charge time
Operating time
Battery Charging Method
Discharge Protection

110-230 VAC, 50/60Hz


115VA
Two fuse sockets in the rear panel indicated by symbol of
fuse, T2.0AL, 250V ~
12V/4.0AH sealed lead-acid
8 hours
1.5 hours (full recharge)
Automatic charging after monitor is connected to AC power
supply (with charge protection function)
When powered by battery, the monitor will be automatically
turned off when battery power is almost used up.

3. Performance Specifications
(1) ECG

Patient Safety Standard


CMRR
Measure Range
Heart Rate Averaging
ST Segment Range
Interface
Lead Selection
Lead Fault Alarm
Input
QRS Indicator
Waveform Storage
Sweep Speed
Gain Selection
Trends
Patient Isolation
Frequency width
Patient Drive Current
Enclosure Leakage Current
Maximum T wave Rejection Capability
Heart Rate Alarm Response Time
Aspect Ratio
Defibrillator Protected & ESIS Protected
Recovery Time Following Defibrillation

IEC60601-1-1988
60dB (Common Mode Rejection Ratio)
15 ~ 300bpm 1bpm
8 second average
-0.8 ~ + 0.8mV
AAMI 6-pin
I, II, III (3 lead mode)
I, II, III, aVR, aVL, aVF, V (5 lead mode)
Audible, Visual
5-lead ECG patient cable
Audible and Visual Alert
6 minutes
12.5/25/50 mm/sec
4mV, 2mV, 1mV, 0.5mV, 0.25mV,Auto
2 hours 4 hours 8 hours 24 hours 48
hours
Breakdown voltage: 4000VAC 50Hz 60 seconds
Leakage current: <10A
Monitoring mode: 0.5 ~ 40Hz (+0.4dB,-3.0dB)
Surgery mode: 0.5 ~ 20Hz (+0.4dB, -3.0dB) (not
calibration significant)
<10A
<0.1mA
1.2mV
< 7 seconds
0.24 ~ 0.6 sec/mV
Tested with 5kV
<5 seconds

(2) Respiration
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Measurement Method
Measure range
Accuracy
Refurbish time

Thoracic Impedance
5 ~ 99 brpm
2 brpm
about 2 seconds

(3) Pulse Oximetry ( SpO2 )

Measure Range
SpO2 Averaging
SpO2 Accuracy
Pulse Rate Range
Pulse Rate Averaging
Pulse Rate Accuracy
Sensor Types
Pulse Rate Display
Refurbish time
Wavelength
Energy

50 ~ 100%
8 second average
2% (90 ~ 100%), 3% (50 ~ 89%)
30 ~ 250 bpm
8 beat average
1% ( 30 ~ 100 bpm)
Finger, Universal Y, wrap probes
Digital
about 2 seconds
Infrared 940 nm
Red 660 nm
Infrared 22.5 mW
Red 30 mW

(4) Non-Invasive Blood Pressure ( NIBP )

Method
Parameters
Scale
Operating Modes
Repeat Cycles
Measure Range
Systolic

Automatic oscillometric
Systolic, diastolic, mean arterial pressure, pulse
mmHg or kPa
Manual, Automatic, Continuous
1 ~ 10, 15, 30, 60, 90, 120 minutes

Adult/pediatric 30 ~ 254mmHg (4.0 ~ 33.9kPa)


Neonate
30 ~ 135mmHg (4.0 ~ 18.0kPa)
Diastolic Adult/pediatric 10 ~ 220mmHg (1.3 ~ 29.3kPa)
Neonate
10 ~ 110mmHg (1.3 ~ 14.7kPa)
Cuff Pressure Range Adult/pediatric 0 ~ 280mmHg (0 ~ 37.3kPa)
Neonate
0 ~ 140mmHg (0 ~ 18.7kPa)
Initial Cuff Inflation Adult/pediatric 17010mmHg (22.71.3kPa)
Neonate
10010mmHg (16.01.3kPa)
Deflation Pressure 30mmHg(4.0kPa) higher than the last systolic pressure.
Cuff Inflation Rate No greater than 50mmHg/sec
Measurement Time Typical 25 seconds
Maximum 40 seconds
Typical Stat 20 seconds
Pressure Display Accuracy
3mmHg
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BP Pulse Rate Accuracy


Cuff

2% @ 40 ~ 240bpm.
Neonate, infant, pediatric, standard adult.

(5) Invasive Blood Pressure (Dual Channel)

Measure range
Scale
Accuracy
Waveform Span
Transducer sensitivity
Alarm
Refurbish time

-30 ~ +300 mmHg (-4.0 ~ +40.0 kPa )


mmHg or kPa
1mmHg
Adjustable to 40,60,80,330 mmHg
5uV/V/mmHg
Audio and Visual
about 2 seconds

(6) Temperature (Dual Channel)

Number of channels
Measure range
Probe type
Scale
Accuracy
Resolution
Refurbish time

2
0 ~ 50C
YSI Series 400
Celsius
0.1C
0.1C
about 1 second

4. TFT Color Display

Size
Matrix

12.1
800 (H) x 600 (V) pixels

5. Recorder (Optional)

Type
Print mode
Waveforms
Resolution
Annotations

Built-in thermal array recorder


Text or waveform
Real time or alarm-triggered
400dpi vertical, 800dpi horizontal
Time, date, vital sign readings

6. Environmental Specifications

Temperature

Operating
Transport and Storage

+10 ~ +40C
-20 ~ +60C

Relative Humidity

Operating
Transport and Storage

85% (non-condensing)
10 ~ 90% (non-condensing)

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Atmospheric pressure Transport and Storage

50 ~ 106 kPa

Specifications subject to change without notice.

F Requirements
1 Power requirement
At least one grounded duplex wall receptable should be provided for each monitor.
2Ventilation requirement
The monitor will produce heat while working. So the monitor should be located in an
ventilated place.
CautionDo not locate the monitor in an enclosed area that may restrict the heat
dissipated by it.
CautionThe monitor must be located no closer than 4 inches(10 cm) from any
partition or wall. The monitor should be approximately 12 inches (30 cm) from any
overhead partition or the ceiling.

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Section 3 Maintenance and Calibration


A. Maintenance Plan
To maintain the normal running of the monitor, a good maintenance plan must be made. We
recommend the following:
1. Visual inspection: Before use, operator shall first inspect the outside appearance of the
equipment. Service personnel shall first inspect the outside appearance of the equipment before
maintenance.
2. Cleaning: Operator shall first clean the equipment before use. Maintenance personnel shall
clean the equipment after maintenance.
3. Thorough inspection: When monitor is received, a qualified person must inspect the monitor
thoroughly. Service personnel shall inspect the monitor thoroughly every time when maintenance
is done or every 12 months.
4. Leakage current test: Operator shall inspect the equipment before using the monitor. Service
personnel shall inspect the equipment before maintenance.
5. NIBP calibration: Each year qualified personnel shall perform NIBP calibration for the
monitor.

B. Manufacturers Responsibilities
If customer has not implemented the maintenance plan, which results in inaccurate measurement
of the monitor or potential hazard to operators and patients, unless otherwise agreed by both
parties, the manufacturer shall not undertake any responsibilities. All responsibilities shall be
taken by the monitor user.

C. Visual Inspection
Before using the monitor, make sure to inspect the monitor carefully:
1. Carefully inspect the outside of the monitor, display and control parts to see if there is any
apparent physical damage. If yes, please do not use the monitor. Please contact authorized service
personnel and reflect the damage until problems are settled before connect the monitor to patients.
2. Inspect all cables, connecting wires and external connectors. If there is any damage, please do
not use the monitor. Please contact authorized service personnel and reflect he damage until the
problems are settled before connect the monitor to patients.
3. Inspect if the safety marks on the equipment is distinct.

D. Cleaning
1. Clean the display screen
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Use a soft cloth soaked in glass detergent to gently wipe the screen.
Caution: Do not spry glass detergent or other detergent directly to the screen.
Do not use medical disinfectant to clean the screen.
2. Clean the equipment surface
Use a clean cloth soaked in mild soap water to clean the surface of the equipment.
3. Manufacturer Recommendation
To avoid damaging the monitor, we recommend the following:
(1) Use detergent recommended by the manufacturer.
(2) Each time after cleaning, use a dry cloth to wipe out reminding detergent.
(3) Never pour water or detergent directly to the monitor. Never let liquid flow into the monitor.
(4) Do not use the following detergent: abrasive detergent, alcohol detergent, acetone detergent.

E. Thorough Inspection and NIBP Calibration


1. Test Equipment
Multi-functional simulator
ECG cable, 5-lead, AHA
NIBP extension tube
Temperature extension cable
Digital pressure meter
SpO2 simulator
SpO2 cable
2. Monitor power supply and battery test
(1) Connect power cable between the wall outlet and monitor power connector and power the
monitor up.
(2) Inspect if the power indicator lights up and the indicator color.
Green: The monitor is powered on and in normal working status.
Yellow: The monitor is connected to AC power but not turned on. It is under internal battery
charging status.
(3) Press the power switch of the monitor to turn on the monitor and unplug the power cable.
Inspect if the power indicator is green and if a battery mark is in the status box on the screen
showing that the monitor is powered by battery.
(4) Conduct ECG test according to the following instructions.
(5) Reconnect the monitor to AC power and start the tests.
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3. ECG test
(1) Set the ECG simulator as follows:
Heart rate: 80bpm, ECG gain: 1mV
(2) Connect one end of the ECG cable and leadwires to the ECG connector of the monitor and the
other end to the simulator.
(3) Confirm if patient simulator has been connected properly to the monitor.
(4) Observation: ECG lead II is displayed in the ECG channel, without noise. Heart rate display:
802bpm. When R wave appears, you can hear a beep.
(5) Check every ECG lead to see if there is any ECG waveform and noise interference.
(6) Adjusting ECG gain to be 2mV, observe if there is any change in ECG waveform.
(7) Unplug the RA from simulator, then observe if the screen prompts lead off.
(8) Reconnect RA lead.
(9) Set 1mV calibration in the ECG setting menu, and observe if a 1mV calibration square wave is
overlapped over the ECG waveform.
(10) ECG test is complete.
4. Respiration test
(1) Connect ECG cable to the ECG socket properly and set the simulator as follows: respiration
baseline resistance: 500 Ohm, Respiration Delta R: 0.5 Ohm, Respiration lead: I or II.
Respiration rate: 30bpm
(2) Set monitor respiration lead to be RA-LA or LL-RL and set respiration waveform channel.
(3) Observe if respiration parameter area displays reading 302bpm, waveform channel displays
respiration waveform.
(4) Change monitor respiration lead and observe the above parameter and waveform.
(5) Unplug ECG cable and respiration test is complete.
5. Temperature Test
(1) Set simulator temperature output to be 37 degrees Centigrade.
(2) Connect one end of the temperature probe to the simulator, and the other end to patient
monitor.
(3) Observe temperature parameter area to see if the reading shows 37.0 degrees Centigrade +/-0.1
degree Centigrade.
(4) Unplug the cable between the simulator and monitor. Temperature test is complete.
6. Invasive Blood Pressure Test
Invasive blood pressure test is applicable to monitor which is configured with invasive blood
pressure function.
(1) Set the simulator as follows: blood pressure output: ATM
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(2) Connect one end of the BP cable to the BP1 socket on the simulator, the other end to the IBP1
socket on the monitor.
(3) Press Zero in the IBP menu.
(4) Select ART to be the blood pressure measurement position. Observe if the IBP parameter area
displays blood pressure reading on the screen and if the waveform channel has IBP waveform
(IBP channel shall be set in the menu in advance).
(5) Change the BP output in the simulator to be 200mmHg.
(6) Observe if the parameter display area on the screen displays 200 or 200 6mmHg.
(7) Unplug the cable between the simulator and the monitor. IBP test is complete.
7. Pulse Oximetry Test
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)

Power off the Oximetry simulator.


Connect the Oximetry cable of the simulator to the SpO2 socket on the monitor.
Power on the simulator, set simulator: SpO2 95%, Pulse Rate 100
Verify if SpO2 parameter area reading is between 92 99%, and if the waveform in the
waveform channel is normal, and if the pulse rate reading is between 96 to 104.
(5) Power off the simulator and unplug the oximetry cable. Pulse oximetry test is complete.
8. Non-invasive Blood Pressure Test and Calibration
The accuracy of the NIBP reading of the monitor is decided by: NIBP calibration and the
measurement range of the blood pressure sensor. Correct testing and calibration methods are as
follows:
(1) Unplug all cables connected to the monitor except for the power cable.
(2) Turn on the power switch of the monitor.
(3) Connect the hose of the cuff to digital pressure meter, auto inflating bladder and NIBP socket
at the side panel of the monitor through a 3-way TEE. Inflate the cuff to a certain pressure
level, compare the pressure reading on the digital pressure meter and the monitor screen to see
if their value difference are less than 3 mmHg. If not, you need to do blood pressure
calibration.
(4) Input a password and enter the system maintain menu as follows,

(5) Rotate knob to Pressure Compensation, select the value to be calibrated (-6 6mmHg or
Auto), then exit the system calibration menu.
(6) Repeat (3) , if digital pressure meter and monitor screen have the same pressure value, then
calibration is complete. If not, re-calibration is required. If the same results cannot be obtained
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through repetitive calibration, please contact manufacturer.


9. Speaker Test
(1) Turn on alarm sound and set Heart Rate alarm limits. Test if the monitor will make alarm
sound when heart rate is outside alarm limits.
(2) Silence alarm sound and test if the monitor will make alarm sound when heart rate is outside
the alarm limits.
(3) Turn on the alarm sound. Speaker test is complete.
10. Networking Test
After monitor is networked with the central station monitoring system, inspect if the ECG
waveform and its parameters will be correctly displayed on the central station monitoring system.
When the above tests are complete, turn off all the test devices and monitor and remove the test
devices away from the monitor.

F. Electric Safety Test


Electric safety test inspects if the monitor has potential hazards to patients or operators.
In order to establish a systematic maintenance plan, we recommend all safety tests and records
shall be made under the following circumstances: Upon reception of the monitor, every other year,
and the monitor is opened for repair.
Caution: If hospital staff did not observe the maintenance plan, which leads to inaccurate
measurement of the monitor or potential hazards to operators or patients, unless otherwise agreed
by both parties, manufacturer shall not undertake any responsibilities. All responsibilities shall be
undertaken by the user of the monitor.

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Section 4 Troubleshooting
A. Special Components
1 Surface Mounted Devices
Surface mounted devices are used to aid in miniaturizing the electrical assemblies
within the monitor.
WarningSurface mounted components were not designed to be removed or replaced
using standard soldering equipment. Removal of surface mounted components using a
conventional soldering iron can potentially destroy the PCB.
Only soldering workstations specifically designed for surface mount technology may
be used to remove and replace these type of components.

B. Power Failure
1 No display after power on
Phenomenon:

When the monitor is powered up, there is no display on the screen


and LED does not light up.

Inspection method:

1) Without connecting the monitor to AC power supply, check the

battery power level.

2) When connecting the monitor to AC power supply, check the

connection between the power socket and the plug of the


monitor, the power cable, and the AC output.

Solution:

Make sure all connections are reliable and connect the monitor to
AC power supply to charge the internal battery.

C. Data Received Trouble


1 No ECG waveform
Phenomenon:

When leadwires are connected, there is no ECG waveform. The


screen displays LEAD OFF or NO SIGNAL.

Inspection method:

Check ECG electrodes contact with patients skin and check all
leadwire connections.
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Replace ECG electrodes and clean the skin surface where


electrodes are applied.
2) Resistance of 1k should exist between extension wires
applied to patient body to the leads of the ECG connector. If it
is indefinitely large, it shows that the leadwire is broken and
should be replaced.
3) If ECG waveform channel shows No signal received, then it
shows there is some problem in the communication between
ECG module and the main system. If this message still remains
after the monitor is turned off and on again, please contact the
supplier.
1)

2 ECG Baseline Shift


Phenomenon:

ECG baseline is not stable, occasionally shifts out of the display


area.

Inspection method:

1)

Solution:

1)

Check if the working environment is very humid and if the


monitor has moisture inside.
2) Check if the electrodes quality is good, and the skin surface
where the electrode is applied is clean.
Turn on the monitor and let it run for 24 hours to remove
moisture inside.
2) Replace it with good electrode, clean the skin surface where the
electrode is applied.

3 ECG Waveform Noise


Phenomenon:

ECG waveform is too large, no entire frame of ECG waveform can


be seen.

Inspection method:

Check if the ECG scale is so high that it results in the ECG


waveform overflow.

Solution:

Adjust ECG scale to a proper level, normally 1.0mV or 2.0mV.

4 Electrosurgical interference on ECG


Phenomenon:

In the surgical operation procedure, the use of electrosurgerical


equipment will cause interference on ECG.

Inspection method:

Check the grounding condition of the monitor and the


electrosurgical equipment.

Solution:

Make sure the monitor and the electrosurgical equipment are


properly grounded.
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Weak Respiration Signal

Phenomenon:

The respiration waveform is too low to examine.

Inspection method:

Check if the ECG electrodes are located correctly and if the ECG
electrodes contact with patients skin is well.

Solution:

1)Apply the ECG electrodes as Fig. 4-2 in P4-5 show, clean the
skin surface where electrode is applied.
2)Select other lead.

6 No SpO2 reading
Phenomenon:

In the process of monitoring, there is no SpO2 waveform and data.

Inspection method:

Check the finger probe to see if there is red light, if the arm is being
pressed, and if the room temperature is too low.

Solution:

If there is no red light in the finger probe, check the extension cable
and connecting part. When room temperature is very low, do not
expose patients arm outside , which will affect the measurement
results. Do not measure blood pressure and SpO2 on the same arm.
Pressing the arm will affect SpO2 measurement.
If SpO2 waveform channel shows No signal received, it indicates
that there is a problem in the communication between SpO2 module
and the main system. If, after turning the monitor off and on again,
the message still remains, change the SpO2 board.

7 Intermittent SpO2 Signal


Phenomenon:

During SpO2 measurement, the reading is off and on.

Inspection method:

1) During prolonged monitoring and surgery, check if patient arm


movement results in interruption of SpO2 measurement.
2) Check the SpO2 extension cable.

Solution:

Keep the patient steady. It is normal if SpO2 value is lost due to


hand movement. If SpO2 extension cable is faulty, replace it.

Abnormal NIBP reading

Phenomenon:

NIBP measurement result is abnormal.

Inspection method:

Check if the cuff leaks or the tube connector leaks.

Solution:

Replace it with good cuff and connector.


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9 Low Inflation Pressure


Phenomenon:

During blood pressure measurement, the inflation pressure keeps to


be low.

Inspection method:

Check if the NIBP cuff or extension tube is broken.

Solution:

Replace it with good NIBP cuff and extension tube.

10

Abnormal IBP Values

Phenomenon:

Displayed IBP values are different than expected.

Inspection method:

Check tubing for bubbles.

Solution:

Rezero the transducer.

11 Wrong displaying of IBP waveform


Phenomenon:

Displayed IBP waveform is not regular.

Inspection method:

Check if the cable is outburst.

Solution:

Replace good quality cable.

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Section 5 Disassembly & Assembly


Open
machine
.Error!
Bookmark not defined.
Separate
the
front
and
rear
endosures......Error! Bookmark not defined.
Remove metal frame4
Remove ECG module..5
Remove the function board ..6
Disassemble function board .7
Re-assemble temperature socket..8
Function PCB assembling9
Function Board installation.10
Bracket installation. 11
Control board installation12
Function board installation assembly..13

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Section 6 Technical Drawings


A. Schematic drawing (See attachment: 4FPSYS.jpg)
B. PCB component layout and test points (See attachment: 4F5P.xls)

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Section7 Spare Parts List


NAME

TYPE

PC104

586

SYSTEM

5A2S01D

ECG Board

5A1E02C

IBP Board

5A1I01B

SPO2

71552B1

Board

71802B1

Keyboard

5A1K01C-1

Printer
LCD Screen

12.1TFT

Power supply

12VDC or 15VDC

Battery
Frame
Connector
board

5A2J01E

EtCO2 board

B/0

7-1

U210-P5:-20~20mV

U209-P5:

U206-P3:
4.75~5.25V

U216-P3:5.7~6.3V

U206-P1:8~15V

J108:4.6~4.8V

Work instructor:
1. Test voltage of each point shown in above picture with a multimeter.
2. Check if the voltage is in the range of the required value.
3. If nothing wrong, it means this board is good. If no, pls apply for Goldway's repair.
DOC NO. 4FP/WO-P-05/01
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NAME
5A2S01C-System board test points
GOLDWAY INC.
MODEL UT4000F PRO

MAIN BOARD

POWER BOARD

POWER SET
1
2
3

L
N
RGND

+15V
GND

+15V
GND

5A2J01
4F5S01

J105

+5V
+5V
GND
GND
ETXD
ETXD
ERXD
ERXD

J4

1
2

J104

+12V
GND
Port

ECG
+5V
+5V
GND
GND
J501
ETXD
ETXD
ERXD
ERXD

J101

5A1E02

ECG SET

RA
LA
LL
V
RL
SH

RA
LA
LL
V
RL
SH

TEMP SET

DC/DC
KEYBOARD

CODER

LCD

GND
ENCD2
ENCD1
KR0
KL0
+5V

GND
ENCD2
ENCD1
KR0
KL0
+5V

JP1

J2

NC
POWER ON
+15V
+5V
NC
GND
KR0
ENCD1
KR1
ENCD2
KR2
KL0
KL2
KL1
J1

NC
POWER ON
+15V
+5V
NC
GND
KR0
ENCD1
KR1
ENCD2
KR2
KL0
KL2
KL1

J301

SPO2

J403

+5V
GND

+12V
+12V
GND
GND
+5V
+5V
IRXD
ITXD
SPO2R
SPO2R
RXB2
TXB2
+5V
+5V
ERXD
ERXD
ETXD
ETXD

J401 J402

+5V
GND

+12V
+12V
GND
GND
+5V
+5
IRXD
ITXD
SPO2R
SPO2R
+5V
+5V
RXB2
TXB2
+5V
+5V
ERXD
ERXD
ETXD
ETXD

GND
GND
GND
GND

SPK
GND

BACKLIGHT
HV
GND

SPO2 SET

GND
GND

NC
SGND
SGND
NC
SGND
NC
-5V
J1
SPO2R
NC
+5V
SGND
SGND
+5V
SGND

J2

J2_1
NC
NC
J2_4
SGND
J2_6
J2_7
NC
J2_9
SGND

J2_1
NC
NC
J2_4
SGND
J2_6
J2_7
NC
J2_9
SGND

DC/DC
NET SET
TXD+
TXD-

TXD+
TXD-

RXD+
RXD-

RXD+
RXD-

J9

FAN
J10
J2

+10V
GND

+10V
GND

J103

STXD
STXD
SRXD
SRXD
HV
GND

J1

GND
GND

J404

+
-

NC
SGND
SGND
NC
SGND
NC
-5V
SPO2R
NC
+5V
SGND
SGND
+5V
SGND

J8

J107

SPEAKER

GND
T1_1
T1_2
T2_1
T2_2

NIBP

J102

PC104

GND
T1_1
T1_2
T2_1
T2_2

STXD
STXD
SRXD
SRXD

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470

J107
4
2

2
1

L101
100uH
C111
1000u/16V

TO PC

VPW

FBK Vin
Vout ON

1
5

D110
1N5822

L102
100uH

300

J108
LCD POWER

U106
LM2576-ADJ

4
2

4
3
2
1

L104
100uH
C112
1000u/16V

D114
6.5V

FBK Vin
Vout ON

D113
1N5822

3
C108

KEYBOARD

C109
10u/16V

R137
20K

Vo Vi

Q108
C125

Vcc
Q109

Q111

J103

Q103
U9024

R146
10K

12V

2
1

R101

R102

.33/.5W

.33/.5W

R114
3.3K
C106

J104
F101 BATT
FUSE

COMP

C101
100u/25V

C/SOUT
OCT

+VIN TRICKLE
OVCHG CHGEN
C/S+
VSENSE
SLC

SOURCE

SINK

5
9
3

C/L

C/S-

U102

PI

R120
1M

R140
121K

R142 220

VCC

C102

C103

R141
20K

VCC

C122
R109

R143
249K
5

U103B
LM358

R144
100K

Vbak
NEOPROTECT
LEDCONT
ACON

U101
13
12
23
24

30
KEYCLK 31
LCDSLEEP 14
LEDCONT 25

R108
1
U103A
LM358

R147
10K

Vdc

C120

14

1
8

15

R121
160K

J101
ISP

KEYTXD

3
R112
470

RESET

Q105
2N7000

R117
100K

R106 634K
R107 49.9K

C105
106

R116
2M

R105
47K

11
12
13
10
7

R104
200K

1
2
3

R103
220

U107
IMP809

R115
300

16

DC

Vbak

1RESET

GND

ACON

Q104
U9024

Q110

6
5
4
3
2
1

J105

C104
1000uF/25V

D101
1N4001

SPEAK

R148
100R
VPW

2
1

D102

Q101

C113
100u/25V

Vcc

U104
HT7150

D106

12V

C114

D115
1N4001

Vdc

D111
1N5822

C130
1000uF/25V

Vbak

1
5

FBK Vin
Vout ON

C115
1000u/16V

VPW

1
5

J106
KEYDATA
KEYCLK

4
2

2N3904

R131
C110

VPW

U108
LM2576-5

VCC

1
2
3
4

LCDSLEEP

VCC

U105
LM2576-5

R135
10K

Y101
7.3728M

7
8

Vbak
4
C123 C124
C121
18
10u/25V
20
6
3

PC1045V

Q106

PB1(OC1)
ICP/PB0
ADC0/PC0
ADC1/PC1
RXD/PD0
TXD/PD1
SS/PB2
ADC2/PC2
XTAL1
XTAL2
VCC
AVCC
AREF

SCK/PB5
MISO/PB4
MOSI/PB3
RESET
ADC5/PC5
ADC4/PC4
ADC3/PC3
T1/PD5
T0/PD4
INT1/PD3
AIN1/PD7
AIN0/PD6
INT0/PD2
GND
AGND

NC
NC

NC
NC

17
16
15
29

KEYDATA
1RESET
R150 4.7K

J102
1
3
5
7
9
11
13

2
4
6
8
10
12
14

VCC

28
27
26
9
2
1
11
10
32
5
21
19
22

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P+5

VCC
L601

P-5

P+5ADC

P+5L

L603

BLM21B222S

BLM21B222S

C620

BLM21B222S

C626

C623

C624

U601
ADDOUT
ADDIN
ADCS
ADSCLK

I
II

R602 47K

R603 47K
III

R604 47K

U
R605 47K

RESP
TEMP

15
16
17
18
19

P+5ADC

DOUT
SSTRB
DIN
/CS
SCLK

VDD

R606 330

6
7
C601

C602

C603

C604

C605

C606

8
14

20
C610
10u 16V

AGND

R601 47K

P-5ADC

L602

CH0
CH1

VSS

C611

13
10u 16V
C608
9

C609

P-5ADC

CH2

C607

CH3
/SHDN

10

CH4
CH5
CH6
VREF

11

CH7
DGND

REFADJ

12
C614
10u 16V

R607
33K

C612

R608 R609 R610 R611


33K 33K 33K 33K

Name

C613

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U403
1
ALE11
T2OFF
T1OFF

TXD1
RXD1

RAOFF
LAOFF
LLOFF
VOFF

15
14

RESPS2
RESPS1

VCC

17
16

RLOFF
RESPRE
R401
4.7K

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

35
OSC1

21
20

RES

10

/RD
WR

19
18
1
12
22

U401
P1.0
P1.1
P1.2
P1.3
P1.4
P1.5
P1.6
P1.7

P0.0
P0.1
P0.2
P0.3
P0.4
P0.5
P0.6
P0.7

INT1
INT0

P2.0
P2.1
P2.2
P2.3
P2.4
P2.5
P2.6
P2.7

T1
T0
EA

43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

OC
C

DVCC

U404

1D
2D
3D
4D
5D
6D
7D
8D

19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12

1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
5Q
6Q
7Q
8Q

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

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

74HC573

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

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

/RD
/WR
NC
NC
GND

RXD
TXD
ALE
PSEN
NC
NC
VCC

ALE

WR
/RD
A15

RXD
TXD

VCC

RXD1

TXD1

3
4

OSC1
PACE
PACERE
PACESE2
PACESE1

5
6
7
8
9
10

27
22
20

/WE
/OE
/CS

VSS

28

C401
104

C430
22u 16V

C409
10u 16V

C410
102

C402
104

C403
104

C404
104

C406
104

C405
104

C411
10u 16V

14

VCC
VCC

RST

VDD

RXD

P1.7

TXD

P1.6

XTAL2

P1.5

XTAL1

P1.4

P3.2/INT0

P1.3

P3.3/INT1

P1.2

P3.4/T0

P1.1

P3.5/T1

P1.0

VSS

P3.7

VCC

20
19
18
17
16
15
14

ECGSE1

1
VCC

ECGSE2

VCC

WAVE
GND

OSC1

U405

R402
4.7K

1
2
3
4

NC
22.1184M

MR WDO
VCC
RST
GND WDI
PFI
PFO
MAX813

8
7
6
5

TXD

RES

ECGRE
ADDOUT

R405
10K

TEA1

R406
10K

ADDIN

13

ADCS

12
11

Y401
4

ADSCLK
TEA

Name

VCC

C408
102

M62256

U402
RES

BLM41A800S
C407
102

VCC
VDD

RESET

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

VCC

X1
X2
11
13
33
32
34
23
44

11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19

VCC
L401

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D104
P-7ECG
RA194

VCCECG
CA135

R132
VREFECGR
C134

LAB

R131

RA157

RA154

CA132
RA153
2

RA195

RA152

U103A

U112B

CA134
1

U112A

AD

C102

P-7ECG

R148

R130

11

RAB
R102A

1
3

U113A

8
R103A

R108

VREFECGR

C103

12

LL

R134

RAB

R136

RA
R104A

R111

AD
RD
LD
CD

VREFECGR

10

C108

C107

6
8

R112

LAD

4
5
6
7
12
11
10
9

R135

LLB

U101C

C109

RD

U103B

R137

LP102

S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8

PACE

13

V+

J101
6

R105A

R114

VREFECGR

R115

LLD
C112

C111

R138

LAB

U101B

PACESE1
PACESE2

R140

C113

1
16
15

A0
A1
A2

P+7ECG

P-7ECG

R121

R139

LLB

11

5
VCCECG

RA163

P-7ECG

11
R117

VCCECG
RA162

14

RA164

CA131

RA165

CA138

LD

U103C

U107B

U107A

U114A
2

2
R106A

VREFECGR

C116

C115

CB

C117

R141

R118

RA161

ENB
GND

4
R116

CA130

10

R105

10

9
C120

LP103

RA160

VR113

U113B
6

U114B

U107E

LLB

RA
LA
LL
C
RL

VCCECG

RA159

DOUT

R104
1
2
3
4
5
6

CA139A

U111
LAB

R110

CA133

U101D

R103

LA

RA151

CA139A

C105

C104

RA158

P+7ECG

LP101

RA150

C135

RAB

14

R109

RAD

P+7ECG

R149

R133
13
R107

RL

R102

U107F

12

13

U101A
P+7ECG

R122
R119

R120

LP105

RLD

C121

C119

RAB

R142

LAB

R143

CA136

R144

LLB

VCCECG

C174

P-5ECG
11

R106

LP104

C153

R146

2
R174

R145

12

CD

U103D

C166

U110A

P-7ECG

R191

R193

C175

P+5ECG

11

CB

R173

14

13

R147
2
R170

C150

RA137

R171
C151
VCCECG

RA135

C152

II

11

RB101
R178

2
RA120

6
RA136

P+7ECG

R175

VCCECG

RA125

U106A

RA123

LAB

R176

U108B
C171

R177

RB102
C155

U105B

RA124

C156

Q102
Q106
III

RA112
RA101

RAB

RA102

LAB
LLB

RA103

R183

VCCECG
RA128

9
RA126

10

U105C

RB103

U102

LLB

RA105

LAB

C158

DOUTA

VCCECG
P+7ECG

DOUTB

V-

14

CA102

S1B
S2B
S3B
S4B

ENB

P-7ECG
3

CA101

S1A
S2A
S3A
S4A

LLD
LAD
RAD
RLD

4
5
6
7

RA106

LLB

13
12
11
10

GND

RAB

RA108

LAB

RESPS1
RESPS2

1
16

RA131

Q103

VOFF

U105D
RB104

R188

RA109
RA110

ECGSE1
ECGSE2

C172

C160

U110D

C165

13

RA130

14
Q108

V+

15

12

U108C

R182

VCCECG
14

RA129
CA113

RA107

R181
C159

CB

10

Q107

13
8

III

R195
R180

RA127
RA104

10

R184

CA112

RAB

LLOFF

U110C

C161

RA114

C154

LAOFF

CA111

P+7ECG

II

R179

Q105

U105A

CA116

CA104

RA121

2
3

U110B

C157

R194

CA110

P-7ECG

RA113

CA103

RAB

R192

C167

RAOFF

D101
CA105

RA111

P+7ECG

Q101

RA122

P-7ECG

R172

C170

U108A

CA117
CA115

1
3

VCCECG
4

VREFECG

12

R189

LLB

R196
13

CB

VCCECG

RLD

RA132

RA192

R185
RA134

C162

14
12

RLOFF

R186

U106B

U108D
C173

R187

RB105
C163
RA133

C164

Q104
Q109

P+5

P+5ECG

P-5

P-5ECG

L104

L105

CA171

CA170

CA172

CA173

CA174

CA175
D103
ECGRE

P+7

P+7ECG

P-7

P-7ECG

L101

DVCC

L102

R190

VCCECG
L103

Name
CA151

CA150

CA152

CA153

CA154

CA155

CA166

CA167

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P+5
CON1
DVCC

P+5

L505

P-12
C523

DP-12

L504

BLM41A800S

BLM41A800S

C551
47u 16V

C533

C534

U506

DP+12

BLM41A800S

R517
100

R508
1.21K

C519

DP-12

5.36K

VOUT

L503

C518

R509

ADJ

P-5

P+7
CON1
1

C527

P+5

C526

R514

R516
1k

C521
47u 16v
C528

U505

D503
1N4148

C522

C553
47u 16V
P+7

R518
100

47u 16V

D505
1N4148

C529
R519

D508
1N5237

C513

U508A
LM358

C530

40.2K

P-7

R520

40.2k

4
D509
1N5237

D507
1N5233

P-5

R515

P+7

C520

P-7
1

VIN

3
P+12

U508B
LM358

Q505

DP-12

Q506

R522
1K

DP-12

DP+12
GND

1
DP+12

PWRD

C515

P+12
U504
1
2

+VIN
+VIN

3
4

+VOUT
-VOUT

DVCC
C506A
47u 16V

C506
47u 16V

C510

C511
100u 25V

C508

C509
100u 25V

5
6

COM
COM

C507

GND
CON1
1

VIN
VOUT

DVCC
C516

C517
100u 16V

D510
1N5233

8
9

R505
U502

PWRD
6
4
5

R501
10K
J501
1
2
3
4
5
6

A
C

DGND

P-12

10K

DTXD

PWR

R502
DRXD

1K

1
2
3

A
C

PC900V

DVCC

R503
2K

U503

PWRD

L501

R504

DVCC

C545
22u 16V
PWR

-VOUT

5D12

PC900V

DGND
DRXD
DTXD DGND

VCC
OUT
GND

Q501
1
2
3

TXD

10K

-VIN
-VIN

VCC
OUT
GND

6
4
5

C546

RXD

Name

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BLM41A800S
C512

DGND

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P-5RESP P+5RESP
Y201
1

C201

2
U201A
4069

R202

U201B
4069

65536Hz

R203
2.2K

1K

U201C
4069

R204
2.2K
R206 20K
U202

R201
1M

12
13
2
1
P+5RESP

5
3

P-5RESP

P+5RESP
C203
13

12

U201F
4069

11

6
11
10
9

C202

10

U201D
4069

C204

U201E
4069

X0
X1

Y0
Y1

Z0
Z1

14
15

R205

20K

R207

20K

R208 20K
4

C205

C206

INH
A
B
C

C207

VEE

C209

C208

C210

P+7RESP

C211

C212
LA

10

DOUTB

S1B
S2B
S3B
S4B

ENB
VV+

R219
2.2K

1
16

RESPS1
RESPS2

RG
V INV IN+

GND

1
5
6

RG
REF
VOUT

R220

14
C219

C220

P+7RESP

R221

300

C223

15

U206A
TL064

10K

C218

RESPS1
RESPS2

C224

U205
8
3
2

R218

U203C
TL064

R210
634K

300

C222

9
P+7RESP P-7RESP P+5RESP

8
9

DOUTA

11

13
12
11
10

S1A
S2A
S3A
S4A

P-7RESP

4
5
6
7

U203B
TL064

+V -V

7
6
R209
634K

LA

R217

RA

2.2K

U204

RA

R222
100

C221

R216

10K
C225
R223
100

13
LL

14

LL

12

U203D
TL064

R211
634K

P-7RESP

10K

R215
100

R225
10K

R229
4.99K

C227

C216

C226

R224

P+7RESP

C215
RL

RL

1
2

D201

11
C217

D202

10

10K

U206C
TL064

U206B
TL064

R243
115K

VR201
200K
R241

P+7RESP

L203

C237

C238

C241

R245

40.2K

22K

C242

C246
10u 16V

RESP
CON1

R244

115K

100

BLM21B222S
C248
10u 16V

R246

R224A
100K P-7RESP

C236

RESP

U207B
TL062

C235

BLM21B222S

1K
C230

C229

C234

C233
L201

1K

7
5

100

1.33K
P+7

R234

U206D
TL064

C231

R237

180K

R242

P+5RESP

13

R236

R235

22K

P+5

14

C228

10K

R214
R213

12

10K

R227

P-7RESP

10K

R230

10K

U203A
TL064

R212
634K

R233

10K
R226

C214

R232

C213

U207A
2

TL062

1
3
D203
R238
1.54M

RESPRE
P-5

P-5RESP

L202

P-7

BLM21B222S
C239

P-7RESP

L204

R239
47K

BLM21B222S
C240

C247
10u 16V

C243

1N4148

C244

Q201

P+7RESP

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P+5TEMP
R302
P-5

22K

P-5TEMP

P+5

P+5TEMP

L302
T1OFF

R301
22K

L301

BLM21B222S

BLM21B222S

C317

C319
10u 16V

C318

C320

C322
10u 16V

C321

Q301
2N3904
D301
IN4148
C301

U303
P+5TEMP
VREF

R317
47

1
2
3
4

IC
VIN
TEMP
GND

COMP
IC
VOUT
TRIM

8
7
6
5

VR303
10K

VREF
C315

C316
10u 16V

R307
4.7K

P+5TEMP

R319
39K
R305
C305

R308
2K

22K

Q302
2N3904

ENB
GND

13

TEMP

2
14

C307

C308

P+5TEMP
C314
C311

C302

VREF

VREF

J301

R311
4.7K

R309
4.7K
R306
15K
R310
2K

TEMP

C310

D302
1N4148

CON5

A0
A1
A2

D303
IN4148
U302

V1
16
15

P-5TEMP

P+5TEMP P-5TEMP

T2OFF
TEA
TEA1

8
C312

V+

R303
22K

1
2
3
4
5

DOUT

4
1

R304

S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
S8

8.2K

P+5TEMP

U301
4
5
6
7
12
11
10
9

R320
1K

C313

R318

C303

15K

Name

UT4000F pro 5A1E02

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R312
677

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P+8

5
P+5
P+5

C351
14

14
OUTB

8
10

R363
11K

R368
47K

R367
100

12

12

U310B
5

U310C

R369
10K
R370
1M

C356

R378

R378A

750K

56K

P+8

P-8

C354

C329

C330

C313

C314

C331

C332
D

P-5
P-5

IBP2_P

U310A

C353

R371
2K

P-5

R379
4.99K

R372
10K

R362
2.2K

P+5

D305
1N4148

1M

R374
1M

R373
1M

R361
10K

C312

R376A

10K

U307B

C360

C311
P-8

R376
1M

R375

IBP2

U308_5

IBP2_F

U310D

R364
10K

R366
27.4K

C352

U306D

IBP2
IBP2

P+5

R377
100

13
R365
56K
13

D306
1N4148

1
2

P+8
P+8

11

C355
C342
C345

14

U309C

R347
100

13

8
R343
11K

12

R348
47K

U309B

R355
10K

10

R350
1M

IBP1
8

C350

P-8

C348

R358A

750K

56K

C340

C344

C358

C366

P+5

P-8
P-8

C347

U308

D302
1N4148

LOAD

D303
1N4148

2
C349

CLK

VOUTB

DIN

VCC

CS/LD

GND

DOUT

VOUTA

vcc

U308_8

7
6
5

U308_5

11

P-8

SDI
IBP1_P

R351
2K

CLK

R359
4.99K
U309A

R352
10K
4

R358

P+8

2
R341
10K

C321

P-8

R356A

R354
1M

R353
1M

C361

C365

P-8

R356
1M

1M

U307A
U308_8

C357

IBP1_F

U309D

R349
10K

P+8
C

C343

R344
10K

14
IBP1
IBP1

C339

U305D
12

13

R346
27.4K

C346

C320
R357
100

R345
56K

OUTA

P+8

P-8
P+8

R342
2.2K

P-8
C341
P+5
C334

6
R326
10K

C325

R329
20K

RV4
5K

P-5

33K

R331
20K

R337A

340K

340K

C335

R327
10K

OUTB

C336
R339
7.5K

U306A

C337

R338
340K

C338

U306C

R340

10
8

R332
4.7K

49.9K

C333

U306B
5

P-8

R335
57.6K

R333
8.87K

P+5

R337

340K

RV5
20K

R335A
R334
57.6K

R336A

340K

P-5

P-5

C328

R325
2.2K

900mH

P+5

R324
2.2K

R323
100

L303

IN2-

U304
OP07

R336

11

RV6
20K

C322

IN2+
IN2-

900mH

CN2

R328
20K

4
1

IN2+
P+5
1
2
3
4

U302B

L304

U302A
P+5

SG2

R330
20K

2
1
3

C301
100u 16V

P+8

Q302
2N3904

C302

C315

P+5

RV2
20K

P+5

P-5

33K

P+5

U303
OP07

6
2

IN1-

L301

C309

R307
10K

R311
20K

P-5

C316

C317
R319
7.5K

P-8

R315
57.6K

U305A

C318

C319

R318
340K

U305C
10

1
6

OUTA

P+5

Name

R312
4.7K

UT4000F pro 5A1I01

Type
A

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U301A
2
1

SG1

R310
20K
Q301
2N3904

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P+5
1

R320
49.9K

P+8
P-5

R305
2.2K

900mH

R309
20K

340K

R306
10K

R304
2.2K

340K

U305B

R317A 340K

C306
R303
100

R317

340K

RV1
5K
4
1

C303

IN1+
IN1-

R313
8.87K

7
R308
20K

900mH

CN1
1
2
3
4

U301B

L302

R316A

11

R314
57.6K

P+5

IN1+

RV3
20K

R315A

R316

P+5

U105
ADDOUT
SSTRB
ADDIN
ADCS
ADSCLK

J101

5
4
3
2
1

DEV2
DEV1

IBP1

CON5

C123

C122

DOUT
SSTRB
DIN
/CS
SCLK

VDD

C108

R104 162K
C116

R106
115K

R105
115K

P-5

CH2

C117

VSS

P+5

CH3

C101

10

/SHDN

CH4

SDI
CLK
LOAD

C111
10u 16V

C110

CH1

C109
10u 16V

13

CH0

IBP2

VCC

C112

CH5

14

DGND

800u
SG1
C214

SG1

C215
10u 16V

C113

C118

15
14
31
19
18

RD
WR

12

REFADJ

SG2

SG2

SG2
SG1

C114

13
12

R101

C102

L201

PLU1
PLU2

CH7

P+5

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

VCC

11

VREF

ADSCLK
ADCS
ADDIN
SSTRB
ADDOUT
SDI
CLK
LOAD

4.7K

Y1
22.1184M

CH6

8
VCC

20

AGND

R103 162K

IBP1_F

15
16
17
18
19

R102
4.7K

17
16

U102
1
2
3
4

C115
10u 16V

C119

MR WDO
VCC
RST
GND WDI
PFI
PFO

8
7
6
5

U101
P10/T
P11/T
P12
P13
P14
P15
P16
P17

P00
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07

INT1
INT0

P20
P21
P22
P23
P24
P25
P26
P27

T1
T0
EA/VP

39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32

AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7

21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15

10
11
30
29

RXD
TXD
ALE

1
ALE 11
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7

3
4
7
8
13
14
17
18

U104
OC
C

1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
5Q
6Q
7Q
8Q

1D
2D
3D
4D
5D
6D
7D
8D

2
5
6
9
12
15
16
19

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

74HC373

X1
X2
RESET

RXD
TXD
ALE/P
PSEN

RD
WR

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

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

RD
WR
A14

22
27
26
20

GND
VOUT

VIN

C210

R221

ADJ

40.2K

R206

6.8K

C216

Text

U206B
7

6
P+8

VCC

C218

C219
10u 16V

Q202
2N3906

P+5

R209

C106

C107
10u 16V

Q203
2N3906

C223
10u 16V

D203
1N5233

3
LM358

R208
1K
C211

C105

C222

C220

LM358

C209
100u 16V

800u
D201
4148

U206A
1

C208

OE
WE
CS2
CS1

P-5

40.2K

D204
1N5240A

L203

R210

800u
D202
4148

R220
1.21K

C221
10u 16V

L202

VIN

C207

R207

1
VOUT

P-8

C217
10u 16V

AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7

C103

P-12
P+8

11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19

VCC

U205
LM317

P+12

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

TXD

C104
P+12

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

6264

MAX813
U204
LT1086-5

U103

C212
100u 16V

R211
1K

P+12
P-12
P-12

J201
1
2
3
4
5
6

DRXD
DTXD
PWR

DGND

CON6

R201
10K

DPWR

U202
6
4
5

VCC
OUT
GND

A
C

R204

1
2
3

1K

Q201
R205

TXD

10K
DPWR

PWR
1
2

L204
100u

C230

C201

P+12

U201
+VIN
+VIN

+VOUT
-VOUT

5
6

-VIN
-VIN

C203
100u 25V

C204

Type

R202
C206

1
2
3

A
C

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2K

U203

PWR

C205
100u 25V
-VOUT

UT4000F pro 5A1I01

VCC

1K
8
9

Name

DGND
VCC

COM
COM

C202
100u 16V

DTXD

3
4

VCC
OUT
GND

6
4
5

RXD

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DRXD

DGND
P-12
1

D4A

Q1
9013

R1
RED

VCC

300
K1
R6

D4

YELLOW

Q3
9013

Q2
9013

56K

R2
200

J1

R4
10K
R5
47K

1
3
5
KR1
7
ENCD1
9
KR0
11
KL0
13

VDC

R3

KR0

10K
KR0

KR1

POWER

KR2

2
4
6
8
10
12
14

VCC
C

KL2
KL1
ENCD2
KR2

KEYBRD

VCC

R9
20K
J2

R10
20K

K2

ECG

K5

AL

K6

NIBP

VDC

VCC

VCC
6
5
4
3
2
1

C2

C1

ENCD2
ENCD1
KL2
KL0

B
K3

CODER

K4

FR

K7

PRI

KL1

VCC

Name

R13
1K2

VDC

5A1K01

Type

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R12
2.1K

YELLOW

2
J7

TD112V
VCC

C101

TA2Vcc

CON6

TB210V
VCC

CON6

1
2
3
4
5
6

ECGVcc
ECGVcc

CON6

14
COM2RXD
7
13
COM2TXD
C102 C103
8
J1
Vcc

IBPRXD
SPO2RXD
IBPVcc
RXB2
ECGVcc
ECGTXD
ECGRXD

CON20

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
J2

TB210V
TD112V
TA2VCC
TXA2
RXA2
TA212V
COM2RXD
COM2TXD

15

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20

VCC
V+
VT1OUT
T2OUT
R1IN
R2IN
GND

C1+
C1C2+
C2T1IN
T2IN
R1OUT
R2OUT

C104
IBPRXD
IBPTXD

3
4
5
11 CENRXD
10
12 CENTXD
9

C105

J4
ECGRXD
ECGTXD
IBPRXD
IBPTXD
+5
C305

VCC

C302

5
4

GND GNDD
GND GNDD

TD112V

1
C303
104

VIN VOUT

VIN VOUT

3
C304
104

DGND1
DGND1

DGND1

DGND1
TA2VCC
TXD1
RXD1
TA212V
COM2RXD
COM2TXD

J8
VCC

U302
6
4
5

SPO2RXD

VCC A
OUT K
GND

1
2

R301

Q301
2N3906

DGND1
+5

2
4
6
8
10
12
14

1K
+5

DGND1
R302
10K

1
3
5
7
9
11
13

-5
+5

SPO2
DGND1

DGND1

VCC

5A2J01

Name

Type

R208
1.1K

U205

J9
A
B
Z
Y

8
7
6
5

File No.

1
2
3
4
R206
1.1K

U304

DGND1

-5

6
3

VCC +5OUT
VCC -5OUT

1
2
100u/25V

TB210V

VCC R207
300

HEADER 10X2

U303

U301

7
8

C202

VCC
RO
DI
GND

ECGRXD
ECGTXD

+5

VCC

1
DCENRXD 2
DCENTXD 3
4

C306

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20

R303
2K

VCC

-5

DGND1

C204

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19

ECGRXD
ECGTXD

IBPVcc

C301

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20

HEADER 10X2

IBPTXD
SPO2RXD
IBPVcc
TXB2
ECGVcc
ECGTXD
ECGRXD

CON20

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19

ECGRXD
ECGTXD

U102
16
2
6

J3

100u/25V

J6
TXB2
RXB2

GND

1
2

1
2
3
4
5
6

+10V

J5
TXA2
RXA2
TA212V

GND

J10
FAN

1
2
3
4
5
6

Vin
GND

U101
UA7810KC

TXD1
RXD1

R209
RES2

PC

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VCC
U407
1
2
3
4

VCC

A0
A1
A2
GND

VCC
WP
SCL
SDA

Y401
4

GND
VCC

OUT

30MHz

L413

VCC

L412

U406
U401

RECSW 2
NIBPSW 3
4
RECRXD
5
RECTXD
VCC
TD1SW 6
TB2SW 7
8
IBPSW
9
R404 R403 SDA
10K 10K
RXINT1 15
RXINT0 14
17
SCL
TA2SW 16

BLM21B222S

BLM21B222S
C401

VCC

VCC

//MR
VCC
GND
PF1

WDO
RST
WDI
/PFO

RD
WR

8
7
6
5

P2.0
P2.1
P2.2
P2.3
P2.4
P2.5
P2.6
P2.7

RESET

19
18
1
12
22

WDI

INT1
INT0

43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36

A8 1
A9 2
A10 3

AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7

15
14
13
12
11
10
9
7

Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7

E1
E2
E3

CSA1
CSB1
CSC1
CSD1
CSA2
CSB2
CSC2
CSD2

U405
A0 10
A1 9
A2 8
A3 7
A4 6
A5 5
A6 4
A7 3
A8 25
A9 24
A10 21
A11 23
A12 2

74HC138
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15

U404
AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7

11 SYSRXD
13 SYSTXD
33
WDI
32
34
23
44

RXD
TXD
ALE
PSEN
NC
NC
VCC

/RD
/WR
NC
NC
GND

A
B
C

4
5
A15 6

X1
X2

RESET1 10
U408

P0.0
P0.1
P0.2
P0.3
P0.4
P0.5
P0.6
P0.7

EA

21
20

L411
BLM21B222S

P1.0
P1.1
P1.2
P1.3
P1.4
P1.5
P1.6
P1.7

T1
T0

35

1
2
3
4

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11

1D
2D
3D
4D
5D
6D
7D
8D
C

19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
1

1Q
2Q
3Q
4Q
5Q
6Q
7Q
8Q
OC

A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7

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

RD 22
WR 27
26
A15 20

VCC

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19

AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7

OE
WE
CS2
CS1
6264

74HC573
L414
VCC

BLM41A800S

AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7

66
67
68
1
2
3
4
5

A0
A1
A2

34
33
32

WR
RD

18
52

C404

U410
VCC

J401
SYS-TXD
SYS-RXD

16
2
6

MAX232

VCC
V+
V-

SYS-TXD14
7
SYS-RXD13
8
C405 C406

GND

C1+

C407

C408

5
11 SYSTXD
10
12 SYSRXD
9

C2T1IN
T2IN
R1OUT
R2OUT

R406
20K

R405
20K

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

TXA
RXA
RIA
DSRA
DTRA
CDA
CTSA
RTSA

A0
A1
A2

TXB
RXB
RIB
DSRB
DTRB
CDB
CTSB
RTSB

16/68
INTSEL
CSA
CSB
CSC
CSD
RESET
TXDRY
RXDRY
INTA
INTB
INTC
INTD

35
Y402
3.6864M
36

17
7
8
10
12
9
11
14

VCC
R415
100K

19
29
28
26
24
27
25
22

R416
100K

51
41
42
44
46
43
45
48

TXC
RXC
RIC
DSRC
DTRC
CDC
CTSC
RTSC

NIBPTXD
NIBPRXD
VCC
R417
100K

53
63
62
60
58
61
59
56

TXD
RXD
RID
XTAL1 DSRD
DTRD
CDD
XTAL2 CTSD
RTSD

Q401
2N3904

A0
A1
A2

34
33
32

WR
RD

18
52

31
65
16
CSA2
20
CSB2
50
CSC2
54
CSD2
37
39
RXINT1 38
15
21
49
55

36

R412
20K

D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7

TXA
RXA
RIA
DSRA
DTRA
CDA
CTSA
RTSA

A0
A1
A2

TXB
RXB
RIB
DSRB
DTRB
CDB
CTSB
RTSB

IOW
IOR
16/68
INTSEL
CSA
CSB
CSC
CSD
RESET
TXDRY
RXDRY
INTA
INTB
INTC
INTD

12V

Vin

C425
C424
1000u/35V

+10V

C426

R409
20K

R410
20K

+10V

Q409
U9024

L403

BLM41A800S

C431

U409A
74HC04

U409D
8

Vcc

R421
100K

Q404
2N3904

BLM41A800S
C435
C443

C427
100u/25V

VCC

L405

GND

+12V

R420
100K

53
63
62
60
58
61
59
56

L401
C430

VCC

51
41
42
44
46
43
45
48

TXC
RXC
RIC
DSRC
DTRC
CDC
CTSC
RTSC

Q407
U9024

+10V

D
R419
100K

19
29
28
26
24
27
25
22

TXD
RXD
RID
XTAL1 DSRD
DTRD
CDD
XTAL2 CTSD
RTSD

+12V

Q405
U9024
U411
UA7810KC

VCC

10

Q402
2N3904

COM1

17
7
8
10
12
9
11
14

ST16C554

U409E
74HC04
11

R413
20K

66
67
68
1
2
3
4
5

35

+12V

AD0
AD1
AD2
AD3
AD4
AD5
AD6
AD7

VCC

ST16C554

U409B
74HC04

3
4

C1C2+

T1OUT
T2OUT
R1IN
R2IN

15

U409C
74HC04

U403

IOW
IOR

31
65
16
CSA1
20
CSB1
50
CSC1
54
CSD1
37
39
RXINT0 38
15
21
49
C403
55

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

R418
100K

U402

R401 R402
SCL 20K 20K
SDA

D
2

VCC

R414
100K

VCC
8
7
6
5

BLM41A800S

C436

C437

U409F
74HC04
2

13

B
12

C411C412 C413 C414C415 C416C417C418 C419


C410

74HC04
R407
20K

104
10u/16V 10u/16V

+12V

L407 BLM41A800S
Vcc

J402
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
A

COM2TXD
COM2RXD

IBPRXD
SPO2RXD
IBPVcc
Vcc
RXB2
L406 BLM41A800S
ECGVcc
ECGTXD
C429
C428
ECGRXD

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20

D402
1N4148

+12V

R424
20K

Q403
2N3904

J403 CON20

R408
20K

R426
20K

VCC
R425
20K
Q410
2N3904

Vcc

Q411
2N3904

Q413
U9024

Q412
U9024

L410

BLM41A800S
C445
C439

L402

IBPTXD
SPO2RXD
IBPVcc
TXB2
ECGVcc
ECGTXD
ECGRXD

R422
20K

Q414
U9024

Q408
U9024

R423
20K

+12V

L409

L408

C440

C441

BLM41A800S
C432

BLM41A800S
C438
C444

C433

Name

UT4000F pro 5A2S01

Type

J404 CON20
TB210V
TD112V

COM2
TA2VCC
TXA2
RXA2
TA212V
COM2TXD
COM2RXD

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19

TB210V

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20

TD112V

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TA2VCC
TXD1
RXD1
TA212V
COM2TXD
COM2RXD

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