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HemoLight Plus

Technical Manual

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Table of Contents
1

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ........................................................................................................4


1.1
1.2
1.2.1
1.3
1.4

GENERAL EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS ............................................................................6


2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.6.1
2.6.2
2.6.3

Electrical Characteristics ........................................................................................................6


Primary Battery .......................................................................................................................6
Dimensions .............................................................................................................................6
Classification...........................................................................................................................6
Environmental Operating Conditions......................................................................................6
Electromagnetic Compatibility ................................................................................................7
Manufacturers declaration electromagnetic emissions.......................................................7
Manufacturers declaration electromagnetic immunity ........................................................7
Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile RF communications
equipment and the HemoLight Plus. ..................................................................................9

INITIAL STARTUP........................................................................................................................10
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.6
3.6.1
3.6.2
3.7

About the Technical Manual ...................................................................................................4


Use of the Technical Manual ..................................................................................................4
Complementary Documentation .............................................................................................4
Symbols used in this manual and on the equipment..............................................................5
Addresses ...............................................................................................................................5

The Equipments Packaging .................................................................................................10


Attach the Collection Tray.....................................................................................................10
Powering the Equipment On.................................................................................................11
Initial Tests............................................................................................................................12
HemoData NET Start Up ......................................................................................................13
System Requirements ..........................................................................................................13
Installing the HemoData NET ...............................................................................................13
Installing the HemoLight Plus data network .........................................................................14
Installation Requirements .....................................................................................................14
Operational Procedures for the Installation ..........................................................................14
Enabling the network on the HemoData NET ......................................................................16

REPAIRS AND ADJUSTMENTS .................................................................................................18


4.1
4.2
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.4.5
4.4.6
4.5
4.5.1
4.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.7
4.8
4.8.1
4.9
4.9.1
4.9.2

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Opening the Equipment ........................................................................................................18


Equipments Main Board.......................................................................................................20
Clamping System..................................................................................................................21
Removing and Installing the Clamp......................................................................................21
Operational Test of the Clamp..............................................................................................21
Weighting System.................................................................................................................22
Removing the Homogenization Unit .....................................................................................22
Installing and Adjusting the Homogenization Unit ................................................................23
Checking the Adjustments on the Homogenization Unit ......................................................23
Removing the Load Cell .......................................................................................................24
Installing the Load Cell .........................................................................................................24
Calibration of the Weighing System .....................................................................................27
Power Input Socket and Transformer...................................................................................28
Repairing the Power Input Socket and Transformer ............................................................28
Auto Sense Scanner.............................................................................................................31
Programming the Scanner....................................................................................................31
Testing the Scanner..............................................................................................................32
Simulating a Donation Process ............................................................................................33
The Memory Batteries on the Equipment .............................................................................34
How to change the memory batteries:..................................................................................35
The Equipments Keyboard ...................................................................................................37
Keyboard test........................................................................................................................37
How to replace the keypad ...................................................................................................37
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SOFTWARE UPGRADE ON THE HEMOLIGHT PLUS ..............................................................39


5.1
5.1.1
5.2

Necessary Materials: ............................................................................................................39


How to obtain the TIGER DOWNLOADER: .........................................................................39
Transferring a new software version to the HemoLight Plus................................................39

ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION OF THE HEMOLIGHT PLUS.........42


6.1
Block Diagram ......................................................................................................................42
6.2
Connector Positions..............................................................................................................43
6.3
PCB 01401V06 .....................................................................................................................44
6.3.1
Layout of the Printed Circuit Board PCB 01401V05.............................................................44
6.3.2
DC Power Supplies...............................................................................................................45
6.3.3
Primary Battery Circuit..........................................................................................................45
6.3.4
Standby Circuit .....................................................................................................................47
6.3.5
Micro-controlled CPU............................................................................................................48
6.3.5.1
Controlling the Keypad and Display Matrix ....................................................................48
6.3.5.2
Driving the Peripherals ...................................................................................................48
6.3.5.3
RS232 Serial Interface ...................................................................................................49
6.3.5.4
I2C Serial Interface ........................................................................................................49
6.3.5.5
Analogue Inputs .............................................................................................................50
6.3.6
The Scale Circuit ..................................................................................................................50
6.3.7
The Oscillating Tray Circuit...................................................................................................51
6.3.8
The Clamp Circuit .................................................................................................................51
6.3.9
Electronic Schematics PCB 01401V06 ................................................................................52
6.3.9.1
Electronic Schematics for the Power Supplies, Primary Battery Charger,
Standby and Memory Batteries ..............................................................................52
6.3.9.2
Electronic CPU Circuit Schematics ................................................................................53
6.3.9.3
Electronic Circuit Schematics for the Tray, Clamp and Scale Circuit ............................54
6.4
PCB 01403V02 .....................................................................................................................55
6.4.1
Operator Interface.................................................................................................................55
6.4.1.1
Keyboard ........................................................................................................................55
6.4.1.2
Display............................................................................................................................55
6.4.2
RS232 Serial Communications Interface..............................................................................55
6.4.3
Printed Circuit Board Layout PCB 01403V02.......................................................................56
6.4.4
Electronic Schematics PCB 01403V02 and PCB 01410V01. ..............................................56
6.5
PCB 01410V01 .....................................................................................................................57
6.6
Indicators Interface ...............................................................................................................57
6.6.1
Printed Circuit Board Layout PCB 01410V01.......................................................................57

THE MEMORY CARD READER ..................................................................................................58

ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION OF THE MEMORY CARD


READER .......................................................................................................................................59
8.1
8.1.1
8.1.2
8.1.3

PCB 01901V1 .......................................................................................................................59


Memory Card Reader Circuit ................................................................................................59
Printed Circuit Board Layout PCB 01901V01.......................................................................60
Electronic Schematics PCB 01901V01 ................................................................................61

HEMOLIGHT TRANSPORT CASE ..............................................................................................62

10

SAFETY END TESTS...................................................................................................................64

10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4

Leakage Currents Through the Protection Connector..........................................................64


Leakage currents through the cabinet (surface / ground) ....................................................65
Leakage currents through the cabinet (surface / surface)....................................................66
Ground Bound Test ..............................................................................................................67

11

MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST ......................................................................................................68

12

REPLACEMENT PARTS, TOOLS AND ACCESSORIES LISTS................................................70

12.1

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List of Replacement Parts only for serial numbers up to 01805108 E-code 000. ................73

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Chapter 1: Important Information

Important Information

1.1

About the Technical Manual


This manual technically describes the HemoLight Plus
equipment, and receives the following code QL-38/08 th
04/2011, indicating that it is in its 8 revision level, dated April
2011.
The numbering and corresponding chapters are respectively
marked on the headers and footers of the pages.
This content may be changed without prior warning and without
any legal implications to Fresenius Kabi.

1.2

Use of the Technical Manual


This manual was developed to be used by service technicians
who have been trained by the manufacturer and have
experience in mechanical, electrical and electronic
maintenance.
The equipments usage instructions are to be found in the
Users Manual.
Adjustments, modifications or repairs to the HemoLight Plus
must only be done by trained personnel and that are
recommended by the manufacturer. Fresenius Kabi and its
distributors will not be held responsible for any unforeseen
circumstances if these recommendations are not complied with.
Some of the activities described in this technical manual require
the use of technical measuring equipment and special tools.
When doing maintenance and the equipment is open, do not
touch any parts that have power applied to it also protect the
internal components as to contact with liquids. If the need
arises for the repair or replacement of electronic components,
then please observe the use of protection and measures
against electrostatic discharges (ESD). Always use the
bracelets and/or other anti-static mechanisms.

1.2.1

Complementary Documentation
The HemoLight Plus is a part of a blood donation system
manufactured by Fresenius Kabi. Its technical manual is
complemented by the Operating Instructions HemoData NET
as well as the Operating Instructions HemoLight Plus.

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Chapter 1: Important Information

1.3

Symbols used in this manual and on the equipment


When printed in the manual this means important
information. When attached to the equipment, this means
that the accompanying documents must be consulted.
B Type equipment, without parts that are directly applicable
to the patient.

IPX0

Equipment unprotected as to the penetration of water.

This symbol indicates areas on the equipment that may


cause operator injury due to crushing.

This label is attached internally on the equipment next to the


main grounding protection.
This equipment may be supplied with a sealed Lead-Acid
battery, which must be sent in for recycling after its working
life is over.
This symbol indicates that the equipment is in conformity with
the directive 93/92 of European Community.

This symbol indicates the temperature limits for storage and


transportation.

This symbol indicates that the operating instructions should be


consulted.

1.4

Addresses
Manufactured by:
FRESENIUS HEMOCARE BRASIL LTDA.
Rua Roque Gonzles, 128.
06855-690 Jardim Branca Flor
Itapecerica da Serra SP - Brasil
CNPJ 49.601.107/0001-84
European Representative:
FRESENIUS KABI AG
D-61346 Bad Homburg
LOCAL SERVICE:

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Chapter 2: General Equipment Characteristics

General Equipment Characteristics

2.1

Electrical Characteristics
Input Voltage
Input Current 50/60Hz
Input Fuses

110-127V~

220-230V~

140mA

70mA
2x200mAT

Secondary Fuse (internal)

2.2

1A F

Primary Battery
Brand
Panasonic
UNICOBA

Model
PV-BP88
---------

Type
Lead-Acid
Lead-Acid

Voltage
12V
12V

Current Capacity
2.3Ah
2.3Ah

Panasonic is the registered trademark of the Matsushita Electric Co. Ltd.


Provided exclusively by Fresenius

2.3

Dimensions
Maximum Values
Height
Width
Depth
Weight (without batteries)

2.4

196 mm
270 mm
206 mm
3200g

Classification
Type of protection against electrical shock
Degree of protection against electrical shock
Degree of protection against water penetration
Mode of Operation

2.5

Class I Equipment /
Equipment Internally
Powered
TYPE B
IPX0 (without protection)
Continuous with an
intermittent load

Environmental Operating Conditions


Operating Temperature
Relative Humidity
Sea level

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30% to 70%
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Chapter 2: General Equipment Characteristics

2.6

Electromagnetic Compatibility

2.6.1

Manufacturers declaration electromagnetic emissions

The HemoLight Plus is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The
costumer or the user of the HemoLight Plus should assure that it is use ins such an environment
Emissions test

RF emissions
CISPR 11
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Harmonic emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Harmonic emissions
IEC 61000-3-3

2.6.2

Compliance

Electromagnetic environment guidance


The HemoLight Plus uses RF energy only for its internal
function. Therefore, it RF emissions are very low and are
no likely to cause any interference in nearby electronic
equipment.

Group 1

Class A

The HemoLight Plus is suitable for use in all


establishments other than domestic and those directly
connected to the public low-voltage power supply network
that supplies buildings use for domestic purposes.

Not applicable
Not applicable

Manufacturers declaration electromagnetic immunity

The HemoLight Plus is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The
costumer or the user of the HemoLight Plus should assure that it is use ins such an environment
Immunity test

Immunity test

Immunity test

Electrostatic
discharge (ESD)
IEC61000-4-2

6 kV contact
8 kV air

6 kV contact
8 kV air

2 kV for power
supply lines

2 kV for power
supply lines

1 kV for
input/output lines

Not applicable

Electrical
fast
transient/burst
IEC 61000-4-4

Surge
IEC61000-4-5

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1 kV lines(s) to
line(s)

0,5kV DM

2 kV lines(s) to
earth

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Immunity test
Floors should be wood, concrete or
ceramic tile. If floors are covered with
synthetic material, the relative humidity
should be at least 30%
Mains power quality should be that of a
typical commercial or hospital
environment.
Mains power quality should be that of a
typical commercial or hospital
environment. If user requires operation in
power lines frequently susceptible to
surges, it is recommend that the
HemoLight Plus be powered from a
stabilized unit or its own battery.

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Voltage dips, short


interruptions and
voltage variations
on power supply
input lines
IEC 61000-4-11

Power frequency
(50/60 Hz)
magnetic field

<5% UT
(>95% dip in T)
for 0,5 cycle

<5% UT
(>95% dip in T)
for 0,5 cycle

40% UT
(60% dip in UT)
for 5 cycles

40% UT
(60% dip in UT)
for 10 cycles

70% UT
(30% dip in UT)
for 25 cycles

70% UT
(30% dip in UT)
for 50 cycles

<5% UT
(>95% dip in T)
for 5s

<5% UT
(>95% dip in T)
for 5s

3 A/m

50Hz 3 A/m
for 3m

IEC 61000-4-8

Mains power quality should be that of a


typical commercial or hospital
environment. If the user requires
continued operation during power
interruptions, it is recommended to keep
HemoLight Plus to be supplied by its own
external battery system.

Power frequency magnetic fields should


be at levels characteristic of a typical
location commercial or hospital
environment.
Portable and mobile RF communications
equipment should be used no closer to
any part of HemoLight Plus, including
cables, than the recommended separation
distance calculated from the equation
applicable to the frequency of the
transmitter.
Recommended separation distance (d)
d = 1,17P (150kHz to 80MHz)
d = 1,17P (80MHz to 800MHz)

Conducted RF
IEC61000-4-6
Radiated RF
IEC61000-4-3

d = 2,34P (800MHz to 2,5GHz)

3 Vrms
150kHz to
80MHz

3V

3V/m
80Mhz to 2,5GHz

3V/m

Where P is the maximum output power in


watts (W) according to the transmitter
manufacturer, and d is the recommended
separation distance in meters (m).
Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters,
as determined by an electromagnetic site
a
survey , should be less than the
compliance level in each frequency range.
b

HemoLight Plus may be affected by


interference if installed in the vicinity of
equipments marked with the following
symbol:

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NOTE 1 UT is the a.c. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
NOTE 2 At 80MHz and 800MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 3 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is
affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
a-

Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones
and land mobile radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically
with accuracy. To asses the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an
electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the measured field strength in the location in
witch the HemoLight Plus is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the HemoLight
Plus should be observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional
measures may be necessary, such as re-orienting or relocating the HemoLight Plus

b-

Over the frequency range 150kHz to 80Mhz, field strength should be less than 3V/m

2.6.3

Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile RF communications


equipment and the HemoLight Plus.

The HemoLight Plus is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF
disturbances are controlled. The costumer or the user of the HemoLight Plus can help prevent
electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF
communications equipment (transmitters) and the HemoLight Plus as recommended below, according to
the maximum output power of the communications equipment.
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
Rated maximum output
(m)
power of transmitter
150kHz to 80Mhz
80Mhz to 800Mhz
800Mhz to 2,5GHz
(W)
d = 1,17P
d = 1,17P
d = 2,34P
0,01
0,12
0,12
0,24
0,1
0,37
0,37
0,65
1
1,17
1,17
2,34
10
3,70
3,70
7,40
100
11,7
11,7
23,4
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance
d in meters (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where
P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter
manufacturer.
NOTE 1 At 80MHz and 800MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by
absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.

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Chapter 3: Initial Startup

Initial Startup
The HemoLight Plus must be setup on an appropriate surface.
Do not expose the equipment to sunlight.
To guarantee that the weighing system operates correctly the
HemoLight Plus must be setup on a horizontal surface on which
all four of its feet rest. This surface must be firm and free from
vibrations.
The equipments weighing system is equipped with sensitive
components, and it is for this reason that it must be handled
with the appropriate care. Drops and knocks must be avoided.

3.1

The Equipments Packaging


The HemoLight Plus is delivered, packed in a protective box.
Keep this box for possible future transport.
On removing the equipment from the package, check it to see if
it was damaged during transport.

3.2

Attach the Collection Tray


The collection tray on the HemoLight Plus is detachable. It must
be attached to the oscillating base. The guide pins on the
bottom of the tray allow it to be attached in only one position.

Do not exert excessive force on the tray when attaching it.


Do not try to move the oscillating unit by exerting force on the
system.

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Chapter 3: Initial Startup

3.3

Powering the Equipment On


At the rear of the equipment there is a power Input Socket.
Check in item 4.5 on the procedure to select the correct
voltage.
Before powering on the HemoLight Plus, make sure that the
voltage selector switch at the back of the equipment
corresponds to the local mains voltage.
Insert the three pole Input Power cable into the machine and
then connect it to a mains power outlet socket.
To power the equipment on, rock the O/I switch.
The green LED will light up, indicating that the equipment is
powered on, an audible alarm will sound and the following initial
animation will be displayed:

FRESENIUS

KABI

To see the main processors software version and its


compilation, press any key (with the exception of RESET)
during the initial animation.
One may opt to use the primary battery to run the equipment.
In this case, a charged battery must be placed into the available
compartment at the bottom that is for this purpose and marked
with the following label:

If the battery is connected to the equipment and it is connected


to the mains power with the ON/OFF switch in the ON position
then the battery will be in a charging state. The charger on the
HemoLight Plus takes around 10 hours to guarantee a
satisfactory standalone charge.
With the battery being in the HemoLight Plus compartment and
it being disconnected from the mains power supply, the
equipment will then be supplied by the battery. The yellow
indicator LED (on) on the panel will light up, indicating that the
battery is in use. The ON/OFF switch will not power off the
equipment when it has a charged battery connected to it.

The HemoLight Plus will automatically enter into


the Stand By mode after approximately 40
seconds of idle* time. To power the equipment on
again press the RESET key or reconnect it to the
mains power supply.
*The HemoLight Plus is considered idle only when the display is
alternating between date and time.

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The second LED on the panel will indicate the batterys current
condition that is in the compartment. When green the battery is
being charged, and when red it means that the battery is
discharged.
The battery is an accessory and is not supplied with the
HemoLight Plus.
Only recharge the primary battery on the HemoLight Plus or on
the charges designed for this purpose.

3.4

Initial Tests
Press the RESET switch on the equipment. When the audible
alarm ceases and whilst the initial animation is still being
displayed, press the keys 6, 8 and 9 one-by-one sequentially
and in this order.

The keys that are pressed will not be shown on the display.

The following screen will be seen:

Press ENTER twice and the equipment will sequentially carry


out the following processes:
Activate the clamp system for three full consecutive
cycles.
Move the oscillating tray for approximately 3 seconds.
Activate the alarm systems for approximately 3
seconds.
The following tray will be displayed:

Press ENTER and then the system will start to alternate the
display between Date and Time.

The system configuration procedure is available in the


equipment users manual, and this one must be consulted
whenever necessary.

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Chapter 3: Initial Startup

3.5

HemoData NET Start Up

3.5.1

System Requirements
Standard IBM-PC with a Pentium 133Mhz processor or better
16 Mb of RAM memory
SVGA Color Monitor
Serial port with an available DB9 connector
CD-ROM 2X Unit
Minimum space on the hard drive of approximately 50 MB
available to install the program. This space must be increased
in accordance with the number of collections.
Operational System: Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP

3.5.2

Installing the HemoData NET


Depending on the operational system version that you are
using, it may be necessary to consult a network administrator to
allow the installation for the new software on the workstation.

Insert the CD containing the HemoData NET


installation in the PCS CD-ROM drive;
If the installation does not start automatically, then
access the CD unit via the Windows Explorer and
execute the SETUP.EXE program.
Confirm the installation steps until it is finalized
Restart the PC

The following directory structure will be generated:

To execute the program, use the icon that was created in the
desktop area or do the following Start/Programs/HemoData
NET/HemoData NET

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Chapter 3: Initial Startup

3.6

Installing the HemoLight Plus data network

3.6.1

Installation Requirements

RS485 Converter, including power supply and data


cables.
To use the Smart Card Memory, use the Memory Card
Reader RS232 to RS485 Converter (part number
81053).
Y cables (One unit for each HemoLight on the
network).
Network Cables (One unit for each HemoLight on the
network).

The HemoData NET network must be installed by technical


personnel that are authorized by Fresenius Kabi.

3.6.2

Operational Procedures for the Installation


The necessary cables must be made from 4x26AWG flat cable
(telephone standard). The connectors must be of the RJ11 6/4
type. A pair of clamping pliers specifically for this operation will
be necessary. The following figure shows the wire positions.

It is important that the parallelisms


of the colors are complied with.
Make sure that a certain wire color
always occupies the position on
the connectors.

Up to 32 pieces of equipment may be installed on one self same


network.
The maximum distance between 2 mixers may not be more
than 30 meters.
The total sum length of all cables on the network may not
exceed 1000 meters.

All mixers used in the making up of the network must have their
network module enabled. Incase a mixer is not enabled; the
following procedure must be adopted:
Press the RESET key whilst the equipment is powered
on and when the buzzer stops and whilst the initial
animation is still being displayed, sequentially punch in
the following characters 2, 8, 3 and 9.
The system will request a release code. The correct
code must be punched in to confirm the network
modules release (the code is furnished by Fresenius
Kabi)
All equipment belonging to the network must receive a control
ID (network number). Please follow the following instructions:

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Access the configurations routine. To access the


Configuration Routine on the System it is necessary
after pressing the RESET key during the initial
animation that the keys 1, 2, 3, 4 are sequentially
pressed (one-by-one) and in this order.
When the mixer requests DATE / Time? Press NO.
Then the display will request the network number. Input
a number between 1 and 32 using the numeric keypad
on the mixer. The last keys pressed will be considered,
that is, an incorrect value may be corrected "n" number
of times until the ENTER key is pressed.

The input number will be used by the PC to acknowledge the


mixer during communications. This number may not be
repeated on one self same network. If a number is repeated by
accident then the PC will not acknowledge either one of the
pieces of equipment.

The RS485 data converter cable must be


connected to an available serial port. An
USB/Serial adapter may be used in case there are
no available serial ports.

The power supply must be connected to a power


mains socket.

All equipment must be connected to the network


via the data and Y cables.

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3.7

Enabling the network on the HemoData NET


Start the HemoData NET.
To execute a program use the icon on the desktop or do the
following Start/Programs/HemoData NET/HemoData NET.

Login into the system by clicking on the


MASTER button.

Input access code 123


and confirm with the
OK button.

Access the Configuration/Groups menu

Input a name for the group of mixers and confirm with the OK
button.

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Access the Configuration/Mixer on Network menu.

Select a group that ahs been setup


beforehand in the selection box
Select Group.
Select a mixer in the available mixers
column and click on the Add button.
The selected mixer must be one that
ahs been numbered beforehand. The
number will indicate the mixers ID on
the network.

Input the mixers serial number into


the field and confirm with OK.
Repeat the last two aforementioned
steps for all mixers on the network.

For help in operating the HemoData NET access the Help


option on the system or consult the Operating Instructions
HemoData NET.

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Repairs and Adjustments

4.1

Opening the Equipment

Pull and remove the detachable tray


(1).
Loosen screw (2) and the fastening
washer (3) from the oscillating base
(5).
Pull and remove the oscillating base
(5). It is not necessary to remove the
bearing (4).
Remove the lower screws from (7) the
housing (6).

Remove the housings screws on the


bottom.

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Release the clips that hold the upper


and lower parts of the housing
together.
To do this, insert a flat screw driver into
the recesses located on the sides of
the housing, and carrying out the
movement as shown in the picture on
the side.

Lift the upper part of the housing


until it is no longer possible to see
the tip of the clamp (2).
Then tilt the upper section of the
housing as shown in the figure.

Remove the flat cable (1) from its


connector on the main board.

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4.2

Equipments Main Board


The equipments main board holds the equipments digital
identification belonging to it.
If the need arises for it to be replaced then this identity must be
input into the board.
Proceed in the following manner:

Press the RESET switch on the equipment. Whilst the


initial animation is being displayed, sequentially press
the following keys one-by-one 0, 6, 1, 7 and in this
order, remembering that the keys pressed will not be
shown on the display.

The following screen will be displayed, where XXXX is


the default identification value.

After a few seconds the display will request:

Press ENTER and then the equipment will request the


new serial number. This number must be obtained from
the technical label on the equipment, being that only
the 4 middle digits must be used.

For the serial number shown on the


image on the side , the digits to be used
would be:

9587

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Press ENTER, confirm, and then the system will start to


alternate with Date and Time on the display. The new
serial number will be recorded on the main board.

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4.3

Clamping System

4.3.1

Removing and Installing the Clamp

The clamp is mounted to the bottom of the


equipment by means of 3 screws on its base.
The cables attached to the connector in the
illustration are responsible for controlling the
clamps activation.
During replacement, be aware that the chamfered
surface on the base of the clamp faces the
transformer. This guarantees the correct
positioning of the clamp.

4.3.2

Operational Test of the Clamp


Necessary equipment:
1 x 20 ml disposable syringe,
1 pressure gauge with a scale of up to 2 Bar,
Opening and Closing.
Carry out the INITIAL TEST procedures in accordance with
item 3.4 in this manual.

Closing Effectiveness.

Setup a system as shown in the figure on the


side.

Power the equipment on.


Place the clamp on a section of the tube
immediately after the pressure gauge.
Start a new donation procedure.
The clamp should close when the display
shows PUNCTURE AND ENTER.
When this happens exert pressure on the
syringe until the pressure gauge gives a
reading of 1 BAR (kgf/cm).
To check if the clamp is sealing the pipe
completely insert the end of the pipe into a container with water, and at the moment that the syringe is
pressed there must be no bubbles inside the container.
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4.4

Weighting System
The weighing system is made up of the homogenization unit
and the load cell.

4.4.1

Removing the Homogenization Unit

Completely loosen the two Allen screws that fasten


the oscillating system onto the load cell.

Carefully cut the cable ties that hold the wires on


the bottom of the equipment so as not to damage
the insulation on the wires.

The unit is then loose and may be removed.

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4.4.2

Installing and Adjusting the Homogenization Unit


Necessary equipment:
Keypad with a Display to adjust the HemoLight Plus
(Part number 070187003).
Ruler.
Torque wrench

Make sure by visually checking that no part of the


movement unit touches the protection of the load cell.
Attach the homogenization unit to the load cell, by
tightening the screws with a force of 6.5 Nm.
So that the front face of the driving init remains parallel
to the front face of the load cell.

4.4.3

Checking the Adjustments on the Homogenization Unit


Necessary equipment:

A set of standard weights that may be combined to


make up loads of 500g and 1000g.
Keypad with a Display to adjust the HemoLight Plus
(Part number 070187003).

Mount the oscillating base and collection tray onto the


homogenizing unit.
Access the equipments scale module by pressing the
SCALE key.
Make sure that the equipment is calibrated (please see
item 4.4.6).
Wait for the scale to zero.
Place a calibrated weight piece of 500g on the tray, first
in the center and then on the 4 corners, checking the
display reading for each condition, this must
correspond to the standard weight with a maximum
deviation of 2g on all 5 test points.
Repeat with the 1000g, being that the maximum
deviation may not be more than 3g on all 5 test points.

If some anomaly is detected then the system must be adjusted


again.

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Still with the equipment open carry out the INITIAL


TEST procedures according to item 3.4 in this manual.

To finalize remove the collection tray and oscillating


base and then fasten the wires with plastic cable ties to
the bottom of the equipment to the positions where
there are the appropriate mounts.

4.4.4

Removing the Load Cell


It is necessary for the
homogenization unit to have
already been removed before
starting this procedure

Remove the screws from the load cell


supporting plate with an open ended spanner of
10 mm (or a socket spanner).
Remove the load cell connector from the main
board.
Remove the base plate from the bottom of the
equipment.

Loosen the load cell from its base with a 4 mm


Allen key.
Do not hold the unit by its load
cell.

4.4.5

Installing the Load Cell


Necessary materials:

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Feeler gauge of 0.3mm and 0.6 mm.


Feeler gauge of 0,45 mm and 1.1 mm.
Locking fluid for the screws.
Torque wrench

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Mount the load cell as shown on the figure on the


side.
Try to correctly position the load cell. The arrow
that is stamped on its body indicates the end that
must remain free and the displacement direction.

The gap between the load cell sides and the


protection sides must be checked before the
screws are fully tightened.
Between the load cell sides and the protection it
must be possible to pass the 0.3mm feeler gauge,
but the 0.6 mm feeler gauge must be able to pass.

The gap at the bottom of the load cell must be checked, to do


this use the 0.45 and 1.1mm feeler gauges. The feeler gauge of
0.45 mm must be able to slip between the cell and the plate, but
the 1.1 mm must not be able to slip between the cell and the
plate.

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After the gaps have been checked on the sides


and bottom of the load cell, then the screws must
be tightened with a force of 10 Nm. For this
purpose use the torque wrench.
It is possible to check if any part of the protection
is touching the load cell. For this the offset value
must be checked with only the load cell fixed on
the base, and check it again with protection kit
mounted.
The read value cant different. To check, press the
REST key and when the alarms stops, press the
following keys: PAUSE, CHECK, CLEAR and
STOP.

Do not hold the unit by the load cell.

Install the load cell supporting base into the equipment. Do not
forget to include the star washers when assembling.

The wires for the grounding system (green/yellow) coming from


the transformer and the power mains input must be duly
fastened to the screw as shown in the illustration. The star
washer is positioned between the metallic plate and the wire
terminals.

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4.4.6

Calibration of the Weighing System


Necessary equipment:

Set of weight that may be combined to furnish loads of


500g and 1000g.
Keypad with Display to adjust the HemoLight Plus in
case the option is taken to calibrate the equipment
whilst it is open (Part number 070187003).
The calibration routine may be carried
out with the equipment opened or closed.
If the option is taken to carry out the
process with the equipment open, then it
will be necessary to use the auxiliary
display and the equipment must be
checked after it is installed in its housing.
Power the equipment ON.
Press the SCALE key.
Wait for the zero process to finish.
When the display shows 0 g, place a calibrated weight
piece of 500g on the center of the tray. If the net value
on the displays readout is greater than 2g than the real
value, then the calibration potentiometer must be
adjusted until the correct value is achieved.
Remove the weight piece from the tray and press
ENTER then wait for the display to show DATE and
TIME.
Press the SCALE key.
Wait for the zero process to finish.

Again place the weight piece onto the tray and check if the
adjustment was effective. Repeat this step as many times as is
necessary to obtain the ideal response.

When the value on the display converges to the


standard weight value (with a variation of 2 g),
check the systems behavior with the weight
piece placed at the 4 corners of the tray.
Replace the standard weight piece with one of
1000 g, checking the readout at the center and
at all 4 corners. For this position on the scale
the variation may not exceed 3 g.

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4.5

Power Input Socket and Transformer


The standard AC input configuration is that of 230 V. In the
drawing the ON / OFF switch (1) is shown, three pole cable
socket (2) and fuses (3).
Before powering on the HemoLight Plus make sure that the
voltage selector switch at the rear of the equipment
corresponds to the local mains power supply.

To select between the voltages and/or replace fuses, remove


the fuse holder cover (5) and the fuse holder (4). Turn the fuse
holder so that the chosen voltage is shown in the fuse holder
window (6)
To switch between the voltages and/or replace fuses, remove
the fuse holder cover (5) and the fuse holder (4). Turn the fuse
holder so that the chosen voltage is shown in the fuse holder
window (6).
4.5.1

Repairing the Power Input Socket and Transformer


In case it becomes necessary to replace the Power Input
Socket and/or Transformer, these must be removed from the
equipments base.
It is necessary to first remove the homogenization unit of each
load cell. (Please see items 4.4.1 and 4.4.4). The secondary
wires from the transformer must be removed from the main
board.
The transformer has one no load output rated at 14 1.25 VAC
(RMS) when supplied with the rated voltage. To check this
condition a Multimeter must be employed to meter between the
output wires (white).

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The primary wires that are left over (red,


black and gray) must be threaded through
the leatherette sleeving.

Leatherette Sleeving

The grounding wire must be soldered to the


incoming power terminal, which is a common
to the housing as well. The solder joint must
be made perpendicularly to the terminal and
being threaded through its hole so that it is
possible to fit the wire the wire in the groove
at the bottom of the plastic on the equipment.

Secondary Wires with


160 mm free
(considering the
connector)

Gray

Black

Red

In case of replacement the transformer must


be prepared by soldering the thermostat
(outer most gray wire) in series with the zero
tap primary coil on the transformer
(outermost red wire). Ensuring that the wire
join faces the transformer, and as close as
possible. Protect the join with heat shrink
sleeving; (use the figure on the side as a
reference).

The secondary wires on the transformer


(white) must be cut so that they will have
150 mm free. The caps on the insulated
spade terminals must be removed and
threaded through each wire. The spade
terminals must be soldered at the ends of the
wires and the insulating covers then slipped
over for protection.
The suppression capacitors must be
soldered to the power supply socket
according to the following instructions:

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Through Hole

Drill one 3 mm and1 hole of 1.3 mm in the power


socket. The 1.3 mm hole must be made in such a
manner that it becomes an extension of the hole in the
metallic terminal. It must also be a through hole going
right through the socket.

st

Attach the 1 capacitor according to the illustration.


The legs must be fed through both holes to the
soldered contacts on the socket.

nd

st

Bring the 2 capacitor next to the 1 one using a


plastic cable tie as shown here on the side;

Figure 1

After the capacitors have been placed together they


must be soldered to the terminals. The legs of the
capacitors must receive the jumpers and be soldered
according to the illustration on the right. The leg on the
left hand side must be extended so that the jumper
itself makes a link between terminals 5 and 6 of the
power supply socket.

Figure 2

The primary wires are soldered to the


Power Input according to the table on the
side, as follows.
All solder joints are made with the wire
going through orifice and wrapping around
the metallic terminal. Pieces of heat shrink
must protect the solder joints.

Wire
Black
Red
Gray

Power Input
4
5
7

Green-Yellow

The Power / Transformer


Input unit must be placed at
the bottom of the
equipment as shown in the
illustration on the side. Note
that the wires are placed in
defined positions.

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4.6

Auto Sense Scanner

4.6.1

Programming the Scanner


Connect the Scanner to the equipments rear panel (DB9).
Power on the HemoLight Plus.
Use the scanner to read all of the codes in the table below
(follow the numeric sequence). Audible tones will be emitted
after each reading that is successfully completed.
These configurations will only operate with the Auto Sense
Scanner model as sold by HemoCare.

Reset to Defaults

Serial Output Mode

Serial Baud Rate 2400

LED Power Enable Safe Mode

Single Scan no Trigger

Code 39 Enable

Code 128 Enable

Code 128 ISBT Enable

Codabar Enable

Interleaved 2of5 Enable

CodaBar Star/Stop Chars Enable

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4.6.2

Testing the Scanner


Power on the HemoLight Plus and whilst the equipment is
displaying DATE and TIME, press the ENTER key.
When the equipment asks for the OPERATOR, read the 1st
barcode from the table below and wait for the next field to be
requested. Press RESET.
Whilst the equipment is displaying DATE and TIME, press the
ENTER key twice. The value displayed must coincide with the
value show in the third column of the table.
Repeat the same procedure for all other bar codes.

Code 39

TEST8052

Code 128

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Code 128 ISBT

=B30010100019102

CodaBar

A40156B

Interleaved 2of5

12345670

To eliminate the probability of a reading error from the scanner


it is recommended that barcodes that have a checksum be
used. The checksum is a digit on the barcode; this digit is a
function of the value of the code. Thus there is a relationship
between the value of the checksum and the barcode, and if
there is a failure in the reading then the scanner will not transmit
the value to the mixer, repeating the reading until there is a
correct relationship.
E.g. of barcodes that have a checksum: CODE 128, CODE
ISBT 128, CODABAR.

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4.7

Simulating a Donation Process


The purpose of the following test is to check the operation of
the HemoLight Plus during a donation.
Necessary equipment:
Dual Bag System containing 500 ml of liquid.
Procedure:

Transfer all of the liquid to one of the bags and pinch


the tube to prevent a new transfer.
Power the equipment on.
Place the empty bag on the tray.

Press ENTER.
Place the tube in the clamp.

Input random data as to the equipments requests, with


the exception of the value of the volume that must be
defined as 450ml.

T he data requested at the beginning of the collection and the


activation standards of the alarms depend directly on the
equipment configuration. Please consult the operation manual
to obtain further information.

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Once the volume has been confirmed the equipment


will request the puncturing and a new ENTER.
Suspend the full bag at approximately 40 cm in relation
to the oscillating tray.
Press ENTER to release the donation.
The clamp will open and the tray will start its
movement.
Follow up on the donation progress until the display
gives a reading of approximately 100ml;
At this point block the flow between the bags. After a
few moments (according to the configurations) the low
flow alarm should sound and the display must warn on
the LOW FLOW.
Release the flow. The alarm should be silenced.
Wait for the end of the donation.
On reaching the volume the display will indicate END
OF COLLECTION and the audible and visual alarms
will be active.
Press RESET.

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4.8

The Memory Batteries on the Equipment


To retain all of the collection data during the time that the
HemoLight Plus remains disconnected from mains power and
without its primary battery connected, it is necessary for internal
memory batteries.
The memory power supply unit on the HemoLight Plus is made
up of 3 AA alkaline batteries of 1.5V each, set in a compartment
on the bottom of the HemoLight Plus.
It is recommended that the batteries be removed from the
equipment under long periods of inactivity. Under these
conditions the equipment must be reconfigured when it returns
to normal usage.

When the memory batteries on the HemoLight Plus become


weak the display on the equipment will display the following
message:

MEMO BATTERY LOW


These must then be changed immediately with the equipment
still powered on so as to retain its data.
I The batteries life expectancy may vary and is influenced by a
number of factors, some of these are:
Battery type (alkaline or common).
Temperature.
Length of time that the HemoLight Plus remains powered on.
Whilst the HemoLight Plus remains powered on, either to mains
or to the primary battery, the batteries will not be used, the
batteries will only come into operation when the equipment is
completely powered off.
Therefore the longer that the HemoLight Plus remains powered
on the longer the batteries will last.
It is possible that after a long period of inactivity, when powered
on, the HemoLight Plus will indicate that the batteries must be
changed.

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4.8.1

How to change the memory batteries:


Materials necessary to effect the change.

A Phillips screw driver.


Three new batteries.

Before inserting the batteries carefully check to see that there


are no signs of leakage, discoloring, deforming or any other
anomaly.
The change of batteries must be done with the HemoLight Plus
powered on, either with mains power or primary battery, if the
equipment is not powered on then the memorys data and its
configuration are lost.
When changing batteries always use new batteries of the same
brand, never mix them. If only one or two batteries are changed
then there may be the risk of leakage or explosion and the
batteries life expectancy will be shortened.
Do not use batteries without the insulating protection or with its
protection damaged, as it may leak liquid, start a fire or cause
harm. Even if they have been purchased in this condition do not
use it.
Carefully insert the batteries as described in this manual. Never
insert the batteries with its polarity +/- inverted. Never force the
batteries into the compartment.
Do not insert anything else into the battery compartment other
than the batteries.

Power the equipment on. If its power is supplied via the primary
battery, then this must be inserted and if the equipment does
not power on automatically the RESET key must be pressed.
After the opening animation is displayed press the SCALE key.

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Turn the equipment to gain access to the


battery compartment. On turning the
HemoLight Plus do not support the
equipment on its tray, neither drag or lift
the equipment using the tray.
With a Phillips screwdriver remove the
screws
and
open
the
battery
compartment.

Remove the exhausted batteries and


insert the new ones, paying careful
attention to the batteries polarity, the
position that the batteries must be
inserted is shown in the holder. If there is
some question as to polarity, the spring
in the holder is where the negative
terminal of the battery is placed.

The screws that were removed will be used to close the


compartment, take care so as not to loose the screws.
Close the battery compartment using the
Phillips screws. Do not excessively
tighten the screws, only sufficiently to
close the battery compartment without
play.
Place the equipment back in its original
position and press the RESET key, if its
power is supplied by the primary battery.

The discarded batteries must be recycled. Look for information


at the refuse collection services in your town to get to know the
procedures.

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4.9

The Equipments Keyboard

4.9.1

Keyboard test
Before proceeding to change the keyboard it is recommended
that its operation be checked. To do this it will be necessary to
work all of the keys, one at a time.
The keyboard test must be carried out whenever maintenance
is done on the HemoLight Plus.

4.9.2

How to replace the keypad

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Open the equipment and remove the flat cable that


connects the CPU board to the display board.

Release the flat cable from the keyboards socket.

Remove the keyboard by pulling on one of its ends.

After removing the keyboard the recessed surface must


be cleaned so that there are no adhesive residues left
behind on the cover

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Insert the new keyboard, passing the flat cable through


the slot in the cover.

The keyboard must be fitted into the covers recess.

Insert the flat cable into the display boards socket.

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Software Upgrade on the HemoLight Plus


The HemoLight Plus allows for its software to be updated
without the need to change its microcontroller. This process
consists of transferring a new version of the software from the
PC to the HemoLight Plus.
To carry out this transfer it will be necessary to use a program
called TIGER DOWNLOADER, this program is available at
the following site, http://www.wilketechnology.com/, and is free.

5.1

5.1.1

5.2

Necessary Materials:

Serial crossover DB-9F/DB-9F cable

Personal computer

New version of the HemoLight Plus Software, this


software has the following extension .TGU.

Software to make the transfer TIGER DOWNLOADER.

How to obtain the TIGER DOWNLOADER:

Access the site: http://www.wilketechnology.com/. On


the initial page access the downloads tab
(
), which is at the top of the screen.

Click on BASIC-Tiger Lite-Version/Downloader,


within this select the Downloader, self-install-exe, this
is the software that must be copied and installed on the
PC.

Transferring a new software version to the HemoLight Plus

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Open the HemoLight Plus housing gaining access to its


main board.

Place jumpers JP1, JP2 and JP3 on the Main Board to


the PC Mode side.

Reset the HemoLight Plus.

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Connect the Scanners input serial cable to the PCs


serial port.

Start the tiger downloader software.

To select the software that is to be recorded onto the


HemoLight Plus click on the

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Select the software and click on Open

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The download will start automatically.

When the recording progress bar disappears then the


recording has been completed.

Return the jumpers to the initial position.

Remove the crossover cable and close the housing.


The mixer must be reset.

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Electrical Diagrams and Circuit Description of the HemoLight


Plus

6.1

Block Diagram

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6.2

Connector Positions
Indicator Board:
CN1 Display board connector
auxiliary/display board.
Display Board;
CN1 Connector RJ11 (network).
CN2 Connector DB9 (Scanner).
CN3 Connector board CPU/ display
board
CN4 Connector board display/auxiliary
display board.
CN5 Audible alarm connector
CN6 Display.
CN7 Membrane keypad connector.
CPU Board:
(FS1 E FS2) Power input AC 12V.
CN1 Connector board CPU/display
board.
CN2 Primary Battery (BAT1).
CN3 Connector board CPU/ display
board (Version same as or before
01303V02).
CN4 Memory batteries (Bat 2).
CN5 Homogenization motor unit.
CN6 Clamp.
TP1 Test point 1 (output of the 7812,
U9).
TP2 Test point 2 (output of the 7805,
U10).
TP3 Test point 3 (output of the 7809,
U11).
TP4 Test point 4 (output of the 7805,
U12).
TP5 Test point 5 (output of the 7805,
U13).
TP6 Test point 6 (output of the 7809,
4).
TP7 Test point 7 (output of the REF 02,
U8).

TP8 Test point 8 (V BAT).


TP9 Test point 9 (display contrast).
TP10 Test point 10 (A/D CONVERTER INPUT).
TP11 Test point 11 (output 7660 - 9VDC).
TP12 Test point 12 (power supply battery).
TP13 Test point 13 (power supply V+).
JP1 Jumper (disables the network when it is set between the Mode and PC pins).
JP2 Jumper (Enables the equipment to receive a new software version when it is set between the Mode and
PC pins).
JP3 Jumper (disables the buzzer when it is set between the Mode and PC pins).
JP4 Jumper (board compatibility, when removed from the CPU board compatible with the previous display
board model).
JP5 Jumper (prevents the equipment going into standby when it is set between the Mode and PC pins).

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6.3

PCB 01401V06

6.3.1

Layout of the Printed Circuit Board PCB 01401V05

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6.3.2

DC Power Supplies
The HemoLight Plus has stabilized DC power supplies
assembled with linear regulators of the 78XX family (with the
exception of the primary battery charging regulator and the A/D
reference converters). The rectifying of the incoming voltage is
done by bridge rectifier BR1.

6.3.3

Regulator

Supplied Circuit

U14 (7809)
U10 (7805)
U12 (7805)
U11 (7809)
U13 (7805)
U9 (7812)
U17 (L200)
U8 (REF 02
SMD)

Scale
Digital Circuits
Scanner
Motors
Motor Relays
General Relay
Battery Charger
A/D Reference
Converters

Primary Battery Circuit


The HemoLight Plus is able to operate with power coming from
a rechargeable lead-acid battery. When fully charged it is able
to work under standalone for approximately 3 hours of effective
collecting (approximately 15 complete procedures). The battery
compartment is accessible from the side of the equipment.
There is only one way to connect and it is impossible to invert
the polarity.
If a battery is connected to the equipment and the equipment
itself is connected to a mains outlet with the ON / OFF switch in
the ON position, then the battery will be charged. The charger
on the HemoLight Plus takes around 10 hours to fully charge.
The primary battery is connected in parallel to bridge rectifier
BR1. Diodes D11, D87 and D8 prevent the battery supplying
current to source or even to its charging circuit.

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Charge the battery before using it for the first time and then
immediately charge it again after use.
Never fully discharge the battery. Remove it from the
compartment whenever the equipment is to remain inactive for
a long period of time. (The equipment on standby continues to
consume battery power).
Do not continue to use the equipment if it indicates that battery
charge level is low. The HemoLight Plus functions will be
compromised.
The batteries have a limit to their charge/discharge cycles. If
they do not fully recover their capacity, then their working life is
at an end. In this instance it must be replaced with a new one.
Recharge the battery only with the HemoLight Plus charger or
charges specifically for this purpose.
Do not try to disassemble the battery. The sulfuric acid may
cause injury to the skin and other parts of the body.
Do not incinerate. The discarded batteries must be recycled.
Look for information with the local refuse collection services in
your town to know how to proceed.

The charging circuit is built with a L200C (U17) regulator


mounted so as to supply a controlled voltage and current to the
battery when it is being charged.
The regulator limits the maximum charging voltage to 14.5 Volts
and limits the circulating current to 200mA.
The switching between the battery and mains power is done
automatically. In the absence of an external power source the
supply of the circuits will be taken over by the battery.
Whenever the equipment is being supplied by the battery, the
yellow indicator LED 4 will light up. A comparator circuit is built
with an operational amplifier (U16 port D). In the absence of an
external power source the comparators output is set to zero
volt, guaranteeing that the yellow LED lights up.
LED LD1 on the indicators board is a bicolor LED which turns
green when the battery is being charged and red when the
battery is discharged.
The comparator built with U15 monitors the current circulating
through the charging circuit. If there is a current circulating, pin
6 of U15 will be high. Under this condition the bicolor LED will
be green indicating that the battery is being charged.
If the battery is removed or if the mains power is removed then
the output of U15 (pin 6) will be low thus preventing LD1 turning
green.
The batterys charging condition is digitally checked from an
A/D converter. The input to the A/D converter (pin 39 U2) is
connected to resistor R40. The voltage across R40 represents
1/3 of the batterys voltage. Whenever the batterys voltage is
less than the critical (11.7 V) value the processor will notify the

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operator that the battery must be changed, by presenting a


message on the display.
Pin 10 on U2 will go high causing LD1 to turn red.
The current version of the CPU board is compatible with the
previous display board version, but to be able to use it, it will be
necessary to remove jumper JP4, and use the auxiliary display
Board Cable (234985018).
NOTE: The ON / OFF switch does not power the equipment off
when there is a battery connected.

The disposed batteries must be recycled. Look for information


from your local refuse collection services to see how to proceed

6.3.4

Standby Circuit
With the intuition of increasing the standalone time of the
HemoLight Plus, it will automatically enter the Standby mode
after being idle* for 20 seconds. This process is controlled by
the CPU that carries out the powering off process through a
relay (K4) with reversible contacts and a double holding coil,
the equipments general relay. This relay does not need to
remain energized after switching. Each of its coils must be
energized individually when necessary. When the SET coil
receives a voltage pulse the relay closes a contact that will be
opened again when the RESET coil receives a pulse.
The CPU detects the absence of an external power source
through the resistor bridge made up of R30, R41 and R36.
When this happens and if the equipment is idle then the
controlling software triggers a timer.
If the trigger reaches the programmed time, then processor U2,
Tiny Tiger, will signal the relay with a high from its pin 11
(Standby). This signal is transferred via operational amplifier
U16 PIN 8, polarizing transistor Q4 activating the RESET coil
on the relay. The HemoLight Plus is then powered off at this
point.
There are two possibilities for powering the equipment on
again. The first, via reconnection to mains power, which will
switch the general relay through transistor Q3. The second
possibility is by pressing the RESET switch on the equipment,
which will switch the general relay through transistor Q2.
*The HemoLight Plus is considered idle only when the display is alternating between date
and time.

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6.3.5

Micro-controlled CPU
The HemoLight Plus is a micro-controlled homogenizer. Its
operation is managed through software.
All of the CPUs integrated circuits use TTL technology. Power
Supply = 5Vcc (U10).
The CPU is made up of 4 different circuits:

6.3.5.1

Keypad and Display Matrix


Driving Peripherals
Serial Interface
Analogue Inputs

Controlling the Keypad and Display Matrix


Pins 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 20, 31, 32, and 33 of the Tiny Tiger
micro-controller are used to control the display and keyboard
matrix of the HemoLight Plus.
Tiny Tiger Pin Outs
1 to 8
20
31
32
33
14
15
16
17

Function
Data bus
Keypad sound
Enabling the Keypad
Enabling the Display
Reading or Writing Operation on the Display
Driving the oscillating tray
Driving the Clamp
Alarm LED
Buzzer

To make up the keypad matrix three integrated circuits are


used:
Demux TTL Decoder 74LS138 (U5), D Octal TTL Flip Flop
74LS373 (U1) and Octal TTL Transceiver 74LS245 (U7).
Whenever a key is pressed a line is shorted out with a column
of the keypad matrix generating a binary code interpreted by
the Tiny Tiger data bus.
The keypad sound is generated by pin 20 of the Tiny Tiger.
This pin is always high (5Vcc) keeping transistor Q1 constantly
saturated. When the keypad sound is enabled and a key is
pressed then pin 20 goes low 0 Volt, causing the transistor to
enter into the cut off region and activating the buzzer.
The displays contrast is adjusted by potentiometer R5.
6.3.5.2

Driving the Peripherals


The following are considered as peripherals, oscillating base
circuit, clamp and alarms.
Pin 14 when high (5Vcc) starts the tray movement.
Pin 15 when high opens the clamp, and analogically, the same
pin when low closes the clamp.
Pins 16 and 17 when high respectively enable the red LED
alarm and buzzer.
The red LED and buzzer are connected to the logical inverter
74LS04 (U4) output ports. This configuration allows for a

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slightly higher current level than which is supplied by the microcontrollers pin.
The Oscillating Tray and Clamp circuits will be detailed later
6.3.5.3

RS232 Serial Interface


The HemoLight Plus has two serial ports. One of them is used
by the Scanner to obtain the data from reading a barcode.
The other is used to exchange data with a PC (RS485) when
the HemoData NET network module is installed.
Tiny Tiger Pin Outs
23
24
26
27
28

Function
RS485 TX
RS485 RX
Scanner TX
Scanner LX
RS485 Control Pin

The scanner communicates with the HemoLight Plus at a


transmission rate of 2400 Baud.
Pins 26 and 27 of the Tiny Tiger are connected to a DC-DC
converter Max232 (U3). This configuration allows for data with
different logic levels other than 5Vcc to be read without the
serial port being damaged. (A direct connection to a PC is
possible).
Pins 23, 24 and 28 of the Tiny Tiger module are connected to a
RS485 Transceiver 75176 (U6).
The output of the 75176 is made up of a differential pair. In
configurations of this type it is possible to build a network where
all of the equipment that is powered on is identified.
Pin 28 of the Tiny Tiger defines the communications direction:
High (5Vcc) HemoLight Plus transmitting
Low (0Vcc) HemoLight Plus receiving data
For it to work on the network it is necessary to implement a
HemoData NET module.
The HemoData NET module is made up of a PC (MASTER)
and up to 32 HemoLight Plus (SLAVES) all of them connected
to the same differential pair (network).
When the network is inactive all of the HemoLight Plus will be in
a listening condition. (Pin 28 low). Once the PC sends a piece
of information, the addressed HemoLight Plus enters into a
transmission condition (Pin 28 high).
The network protocol is controlled via software. The initial
information is sent as 9 Bits and always comes from the PC.
Connector RJ11 2 active routes RS485 Interface
Transmission rate 38400 Baud
6.3.5.4

I2C Serial Interface


The HemoLight Plus records the data on the Smart Card
Memory through the socket located on the CPU board.
Communications between the two is done through the I2C
protocol, in which the HemoLight Plus is the master and the
Smart Card Memory is the slave.
Pin 18 of the Tiny Tiger is the SDA data pin and pin 13 is the
SCL clock.

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For a piece of data to be recorded it will be necessary for the


master to send a start signal, after this signal has been sent the
address will follow, and if the data is recorded or read, the data
will follow in sequence. Whenever a piece of data is recorded or
read the slave confirms the operation, and then a new
operation may be carried out. So that the data is valid it will be
necessary for the SCL signal to be high.
Pin 19 of the Tiny Tiger, when low will delete the data from the
Smart Memory Card Memory.
6.3.5.5

Analogue Inputs
The HemoLight Plus uses three analogue inputs to obtain
external data.
Analogue channel 0 is pin 37 of the Tiny Tiger. It is a 12 bit A/D
converter used to obtain the amplified signal from the load cell.
The voltage value across this pin will be proportional to the
weight placed over the load cell.
Please consult item 6.3.6 for information on this circuit.
Analogue channel 1 is pin 40 of the Tiny Tiger (U1). It is also a
12 bit analogue converter used to obtain the voltage on the
batteries of the HemoLight Plus. This signal is used to check
the charge condition of the memory batteries.
This circuit is assembled in the following manner:
The voltage signal for the batteries goes through a voltage
(buffer) made up of a LM324 (U18). This configuration affords
impedance matching thus preventing that the memorys
batteries discharge across the A/D converter when the
equipment is powered off.
The input of the third logic channel is pin 39 of the Tiny Tiger
(U1). This channel monitors the primary battery voltage, please
consult item 6.3.3.

6.3.6

The Scale Circuit


The Scales Circuit is made up of the load cell, amplification
circuit, and A/D pre-converter filter.
The load cell is of the single point type, 350 for up to 5Kg.
To increase its sensitivity this capacity is reduced by the by the
amplifier circuit to 1kg.
The entire scale circuit is supplied with 9Vcc (U21).
The amplifier circuit is an instrumentation amplifier built up of 3
op. amps OP07 (U23, U25, U26).
The converter 7660 (U24) generates a signal of - 9 V so that is
able to obtain a symmetrical power supply for amplification (+ 9
V and - 9 V).
The amplifiers gain is changed through potentiometer R53.
This potentiometer is used to calibrate the scale and is
accessible to the equipment user.
After amplification the signal passes through a high pass filter.
This filter is made up of an Op Amp LM324 (U18) a capacitor
(C38) and a resistor (R52).
At the input to the filter there is a 5V6 Zener diode. It is used to
limit the output of the amplification stage to this value.

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6.3.7

The Oscillating Tray Circuit


The tray movement is carried out by a 9Vcc motor. Whenever
instructed by the Tiny Tiger, the optocoupler U21 will cause
relay K2 to close thus placing the motor into operation.
The optocoupler is used to isolate logical circuits (control) of the
motor circuit.

6.3.8

The Clamp Circuit


The clamp circuit basically constitutes of a 9Vcc motor and 3
logic ports, with two of them being AND 74LS08 gates and
one "NOR 74LS04.
The operating logic is as follows:
The clamp has two end of travel switches. Whenever one of
them is activated a 0V signal is transmitted to one of the AND
gates.
A high signal from pin 15 (Clamp) from the Tiny Tiger causes
pin 3 of the 74LS08 (U19) to go high causing the optocoupler
U20 to close the relay, thus starting the clamp opening
movement.
When the clamp reaches its maximum opening, then the end of
travel switch will be activated causing the logic of the AND
gate to return to 0V at the output and interrupting the motors
operation in this direction.
The motor will make the closing movement when pin 15 on the
Tiny Tiger is at 0V. This signal undergoes an inversion at the
NOR 74LS04 (U4) gate causing the same effect as previously
mentioned on the gate.
Note that on the circuit, that for each condition, the 9Vcc
voltage across the motor is inverted causing the motor to take
up both rotation directions.

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6.3.9

Electronic Schematics PCB 01401V06


6.3.9.1

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6.3.9.2

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6.3.9.3

Electronic Circuit Schematics for the Tray, Clamp and Scale Circuit

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6.4

PCB 01403V02

6.4.1

Operator Interface
6.4.1.1

Keyboard
The keypad on the HemoLight Plus is of the Membrane type.
The equipment has a matrix of 24 keys being that only 17 of
them are being used.
The keypad matrix is made up of 3 columns and 8 lines.

6.4.1.2

Display
The display is of the LCD type with 2 lines/8 columns, being
that two of the lines are placed to one side generating an effect
of a single line with 16 positions.
Display Pins
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 to 14
15 and 16

6.4.2

Function
GND
5Vcc
Contrast control
Display reading or writing operation
GND
Display Enable
Data bus
N/C

RS232 Serial Communications Interface


RS232 Scanner Input: DB9 Connector
Pin on the
DB9
Connector
3

Function
RX

TX

GND

5Vcc
RS485 Communications Input: RJ11 Connector

2 active paths
Transmission Rate 38400 Baud

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6.4.3

Printed Circuit Board Layout PCB 01403V02.

6.4.4

Electronic Schematics PCB 01403V02 and PCB 01410V01.

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6.5

PCB 01410V01

6.6

Indicators Interface
The visual indicators are mounted with LEDs.
LED3, green, indicates that the equipment is powered on, and
is always active when the I/O switch on the equipment is in the
ON position.
LED2, red, is the visual alarm for the equipment. Please consult
item 6.3.3.2 and item 6.3.9.
There is also a yellow LED4 and one bicolor LED1 that
alternates between the colors green and red.
Whenever the battery is supplying power to the equipment,
then the yellow indicator will light up. The bicolor LED takes on
the green color when the battery is being charged and red
when it is discharged.
Please consult items 6.4.4, 6.3.9 and 6.3.9.2.

6.6.1

Printed Circuit Board Layout PCB 01410V01

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Chapter 7: The Memory Card Reader

The Memory Card Reader


The Memory Card Reader is made up of:

1.

A power supply input,


9 V DC 50 mA.

2.

RS232 serial input.

3.

RS485 serial output.

4.

Input for the Smart Card Memory.


Please check the insertion position
on the Smart Card Memory label.

It has the following Indicator LEDS:

1.
2.
3.

Green indicates that the Memory Card


Reader is powered on.
Blue, indicates that the Smart Card
Memory has been inserted into the
Memory Card Reader.
Red indicates that the data from the
Smart Card Memory is being transferred
to a PC.

To open the Memory Card Reader, on the bottom must be


loosened.

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Electrical Diagrams and Circuit Description of the Memory


Card Reader

8.1

PCB 01901V1

8.1.1

Memory Card Reader Circuit


It may be used as a converter to use the HemoLight Plus in a
network or as a Memory Smart Card reader, transferring the
data from the card to the PC.
The Memory Card Reader has a RS 485 to RS 232 converter
and a RS 485 to I2C converter.
For the data on a card to reach the PC it must first be read
using the I2C protocol. The data is read using a PIC 16F628
(U6) microprocessor, through pins 8 (SCL) clock signal and pin
9 (SDA) data. Pin 8 on the PIC is connected to pin 3 of the
Smart Card Memory socket and pin 9 on the PIC is connected
to pin 6 of the socket.
The PIC is connected to a RS 485 Transceiver 751769 (U5),
pin 7 on the PIC is connected to pin 1 of the 75176 and pin 6 of
the PIC is connected to pin 4 of the 75176. And so they are
connected in parallel to the RS 485 network.
The conversion from RS485 to RS232 takes place through
Transceiver 751769 (U4), which is connected to a DC-DC
Max232(U3) converter, pin 1 of the 75176 (RX) is connected to
pin 11 of the MAX232 and pin 4 of the 75176 (TX) is connected
to pin 9 of the MAX232.
The converters are bidirectional.

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8.1.2

Printed Circuit Board Layout PCB 01901V01

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Electronic Schematics PCB 01901V01

CN1
1
2
3

1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5
R X

C1
100nF

C5

C10

10uF/50V

+
10uF/50V

U1
LM7805
VO

+V
C4

100nF

C1+

C1C2+

VCC
GND

C2
100nF

3
4

VCC

C3
470uF/25V

C6

C11

10uF/50V

+
10uF/50V

VCC

R1
2K2

C7

100nF

U4

RD
R/E/

RX

TX

VCC

SN75176

VCC

R2
4K7

BUS485

R8
4K7

C8

VCC

U5

100nF

GND

GND
1
2
3
4

SN75176

VCC

2
3

LD1
GREEN 3mm

C12
10nF

RX
RD
R/E/
TX

1
2
3
4

VCC

R3
4K7

D
T R

C13
47uF/25V

17
18
1
2
3
4

C9

100nF

U6
RA0
RA1
RA2
RA3
RA4

RX

INT

VCC

16
13
12
11
10
9
8

RA6 15

RA7
PGD
PBC
RB5
PGM
CCP1
TX

PIC16F628

VSS
5

01901V01

14 VDD

RJ11

CN3

11
10

12
9

10

VCC

T1IN

C2-

T1OUT
T2IN

R2OUT

R1OUT

T2OUT

V-

V+

U3

VI

14
7

16

T X

D T
R

MAX232

R2IN

13 R1IN
8

15

GND

VCC

X1
20MHz

R7
330R

VCC

R4
2K2

R10
4K7

LD2
YELLOW 3mm

Q1
BC337

4K7

R9

VCC

LD3
BLUE 3mm

R5
47K

S A
D

S L
C

K Y
E A
C R D

VCC

R6
10K

CN4

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

SMART CARD

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DC POWER

CN2

DB9-F

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4

RST
CL

NC
NC

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SDA

GND

8.1.3

Chapter 9: HemoLight Transport Case

HemoLight Transport Case


The transport case was designed to protect the equipment from
eventual shocks during transport. But, it is important to consider
that even transported in this manner the HemoLight Plus is still
a piece of equipment with very sensitive measuring devices,
which are subject to damage if poorly handled. The mixer must
also be handled with the appropriate care even when housed in
the transport case. Drops and knocks must be avoided.
The transport case was designed to transport the HemoLight
Plus and its accessories (scanner and battery), do not transport
any foreign object inside the case.
If the Smart Card Memory is being used, do not close the case
with the card inserted in the HemoLight Plus.

The transport case does not need preventive maintenance.


To clean it, use a soft cloth dampened with 70% alcohol.

To open the case the four catches


on the sides must be unlocked.

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The lower bed of the case has


niches to hold the Scanner, battery
and cables. A movable locking
piece
guarantees
that
the
accessories remain in their place
even if there is sudden rough
movement.
The bed is supported on a shock
absorber, which absorbs part of
the vertical impacts.

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The cases cover has an internal


backing, when closed this backing
holds the HemoLight Plus to the
lower bed, preventing the mixer
from shifting position during its
transportation.

The transport case may also be


used as a collection table. To do
this the cover must be placed with
the opening facing upwards and
the lower bed must then be placed
on top of the cover.

The HemoLight Plus when placed


in the transport case will sit
between the four corner pieces on
the lower bed.
The front part of the HemoLight
Plus must face the scanners
head.

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Chapter 10: Safety End Tests

10

Safety End Tests

10.1

Leakage Currents Through the Protection Connector

NORM OF REFERENCE

IEC60601-1

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STANDARDS

For a normal
condition
I 500A

METHOD OF ANALYSIS
The equipment must be tested according to the figure
below. DM is the measurement device and will indicate the
value of the leakage current.
All the combinations of the keys S1 and S2 must be tested.
A condition is considered a normal one when S1 and S2
not inverted.

Measurement Situations
S1 closed and S2 normal
For other conditions
S1 closed and S2 inverted
I 1000A
S1 open and S2 normal
S1 open and S2 inverted

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10.2

Leakage currents through the cabinet (surface / ground)

NORM OF REFERENCE

IEC60601-1

STANDARDS

The equipment must be tested according to the figure below.


DM is the measurement device and will indicate the value of the
leakage current.
All combinations of the keys S1, S2 and S3 must be tested. A
condition is considered a normal one when S1 and S3 are
closed and S2 not inverted. The measurement point is shown at
the detail

For a normal
condition
I 100A
For other conditions
I 500A

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S1 closed
S2 normal
S1 closed
S2 normal
S1 closed
S2 inverted
S1 closed
S2 inverted
S1 open
S2 normal
S1 open
S2 normal
S1 open
S2 inverted
S1 open
S2 inverted

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S3 closed
S3 open
S3 closed
S3 open
S3 closed
S3 open
S3 closed
S3 open

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Chapter 10: Safety End Tests

10.3

Leakage currents through the cabinet (surface / surface)

NORM OF REFERENCE

STANDARDS

METHOD OF ANALYSIS
The equipment must be tested according to the figure below. DM
is the measurement device and will indicate the value of the
leakage current.
All combinations of the keys S1, S2 and S3 must be tested. A
condition is considered a normal one when S1 and S3 are closed
and S2 not inverted. The measurement point is shown at the detail
below.

IEC60601-1

For a normal
condition
I 100A
For other
conditions
I 500A

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Measurement Situations
S1 closed
S2 normal
S1 closed
S2 normal
S1 closed
S2 inverted
S1 closed
S2 inverted
S1 open
S2 normal
S1 open
S2 normal
S1 open
S2 inverted
S1 open
S2 inverted

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S3 closed
S3 open
S3 closed
S3 open
S3 closed
S3 open
S3 closed
S3 open

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Chapter 10: Safety End Tests

10.4

Ground Bound Test

NORM OF REFERENCE

STANDARDS

IEC60601-1

Z 0,1

Fresenius Kabi

HemoLight Plus

METHOD OF ANALYSIS
A 25 A current from a current supply with 60Hz frequency and
with 6V open-circuit voltage must be put through the protection
ground terminal on each metallic part available. The circuit and
the measurement points are shown in figure below. The
difference of voltage between the described parts is measured,
and the impedance is calculated with basis on the current and
voltage.
To run this test, the On / Off switch of the equipment must be at
the On position.

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Chapter 11: Maintenance Checklist

Description

Outside of the Housing

1.1

General Cleanliness

1.2

Tray

1.3

Electrical Power Input

Housing and Tray clean,


without blood or other
fluid residues
Mounting pins intact /
adequate fitting
Power cable and
connection
ON / OFF Switch

3.2

2
4.5

Fuses

1.4

Membrane Keypad

All keys responding /


without locking up

1.5

Labels

Legible and without


signs of coming loose

Inside of the Housing

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

3.1

4.9

Inside of the housing


free from dust and other
residues
Internal wires and cables
Condition of the wires
without any signs of
and cables.
breakage or loss of
insulation
Internal cable
Connections in the
6.2
connections
correct positions
Oscillating and clamping
Fastening of the internal systems as well as
components
boards in the correct
positions.
Operation Via AC Adapter and Battery
General Cleanliness

Operation of the power


supply circuits

Fresenius Kabi

Equipment operating
efficiently when supplied
with power from a
battery or AC mains

HemoLight Plus

QL-38/08

3.3
4.5
6.3.3

04/2011

Method

Repaired

Component / Evaluated
Characteristic

Checked

Maintenance Checklist

Item in this
Manual

11

Use a soft sponge or clothe dampened


with a neutral detergent.
To disinfect use an alcohol solution of a
70%.

Visually Inspect

Visually Inspect the cable. There may be


no signs of breakage or loss of insulation
Check the switch operation
According to the specifications
mentioned in item 2.1
Subject the equipment to conditions
where all of the keys are employed.
Example Simulate a donation
According to item 7.1 user manual

Visually Inspect

Visually Inspect

Visually Inspect

Visually Inspect

Visually Inspect

Connect the primary battery to the


equipment;
Keep the equipment supplied with mains
power and check if the Power-ON
(Green LED) indicator lights up, and if
the battery in use (yellow LED) remains
OFF;

Rock the I/O switch to the OFF position


and see if the yellow LED lights up;

Keep the equipment supplied with power


from the battery and wait for
approximately 20 seconds. The
equipment should enter into STANDBY
mode, being completely powered off;

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Chapter 11: Maintenance Checklist

Peripherals

4.1

Homogenization Unit

4.2

Audible and Visual


Alarm

4.3

Clamping System

4.4
5

Clamp Occlusion
(closing effectiveness)
Weighing System

Tray movement is
unhindered and without
any sections catching
against the housing
LEDs and Buzzer
operational
Opening and closing
movement
Occlusion at 1BAR

Press the RESET key and check if the


equipment powers on again.

Wait again for 20 seconds for the


equipment to power off, then rock the
mains (I/O) power switch to the ON
position and see if it comes on again.

According to the definition in item 4.3.2


in this manual

According to item 4.4.6 in this manual

4.4

6.4

Carry out the initial test routines as


described in no item 3.4 in this manual.

4.3
4.3.2

Deviation not more than


2g when calibrated at the 4.4
center of the scale
6.3.6
(500 g)
6.3.9

5.1

Calibration

Scanner (Optional)
Operational reading of
Correct reading
4.6
According to item 4.6.1 in this manual
the bar codes
Data Communications (Only on equipment with an active network module)
3.5
Using the HemoData NET management
Response to
3.6
software carry out a standard
programming and
Operation
3.7
configuration on the equipment under
Configuration via PC
6.3.9.2
test.
6.4.2
Operational Test
Operability of the
Equipment behavior
homogenization, clamp
4.7
According to item 4.7 in this manual
during a donation
and alarm systems.
Safety End Tests

6.1
7

7.1

8
8.1
9

9.1

9.2

9.3

9.4

Leakage Currents
Through the Protection
Connector

Leakage Currents
Through the cabinet
(surface / ground)

Leakage Currents
Through the cabinet
(surface / surface

Ground Bound

Fresenius Kabi

Normal Condition

I ____A
According to item 10.1 in this
manual

Other Conditions
(the greatest value)

I ____A

Normal Condition
Other Conditions
(the greatest value)

I ____A
According to item 10.2 in this
manual

I ____A
According to item 10.3 in this
manual

Other Conditions
(the greatest value)


I ____A

Impedance of the
Protection Ground

QL-38/08


I ____A

10

Normal Condition

HemoLight Plus

According to item 10.4 in this


manual

04/2011

Z____

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Chapter 12: Replacement Parts, Tools and Accessories Lists

12

Replacement Parts, Tools and Accessories Lists

Position

Code

01

234985003

02
03
04

234985036
234985048
234985006

Fresenius Kabi

Description
HemoLight Plus Assembled Tray
Tray + Support + Oscillating unit base
HemoLight Plus Assembled Cover on
Indicator Board HemoLight Plus
Mounted Display Board

HemoLight Plus

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Chapter 12: Replacement Parts, Tools and Accessories Lists

Position
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
09

Code
234985013
234985155
234985014
234985189
234985064
234985187
234985060
234985191
234985192
234985193

Fresenius Kabi

Description
HemoLight Plus RJ11 Connector
HemoLight Plus DB9 Connector
HemoLight Plus Buzzer Connector
Upper Label
Membrane Keyboard
Cut Hand Label (crushing)
Primary Battery Indication Label
Power Input Label
HemoLight Plus Technical Label/ Injected Housing Europe
HemoLight Plus Technical Label/ Injected Housing USA (81050)

HemoLight Plus

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Chapter 12: Replacement Parts, Tools and Accessories Lists

Position
01
02
03
04

Code
234985088
234985010
234985040
234985089

Description
Groove Free Driving Unit
Load Cell with Connector
Load Cell U Protection System
Inverted Logic Clamp Unit

Position
01
02
03
04
05

Code
234985045
234985016
234985061
234985037
234985103

Description
HemoLight Plus Main Board
HemoLight Plus Power Supply Input (w/ transformer)
Battery Compartment Label
HemoLight Plus Mounted Bottom
Rubber Feet

Fresenius Kabi

HemoLight Plus

QL-38/08

04/2011

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Chapter 12: Replacement Parts, Tools and Accessories Lists

12.1

List of Replacement Parts only for serial numbers up to 01805108 E-code


000.

Position
01
02

Code
234985044
234985023

Fresenius Kabi

Description
Auxiliary Panel Board
HemoLight Plus Assembled Cover (UL94 V0)

HemoLight Plus

QL-38/08

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Chapter 12: Replacement Parts, Tools and Accessories Lists

Position
01
02

Code
234985067
234985063

Description
Upper Label
Membrane Keyboard

Position
01

Code
234985024

Description
HemoLight Plus Assembled Base

Fresenius Kabi

HemoLight Plus

QL-38/08

04/2011

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Chapter 12: Replacement Parts, Tools and Accessories Lists

Illustrative Drawing

Code

Description

234985186

Primary Battery Cable

234985018

Auxiliary display board cable


Only for serial numbers up to
01805108 E-code 000.

234985038

Display board cable for


indicators.

234985017

Flat Cable 40 Way

HemoLight Plus Assembled


Network Board
234985020
Only for serial numbers up to
01805108 E-code 000.

HemoLight Plus Assembled


Scale Board
234985021
Only for serial numbers up to
01805108 E-code 000.

234985049

Miniature Fuse 200 mAT


5 x 20 mm

234985050

Miniature Fuse 1AF 5x20 mm

234985152

Self Adhesive Fastener


REKLIP RK1

234985153

Self Adhesive Fastener


REI01SP

234988003

Fresenius Kabi

HemoLight Plus

QL-38/08

04/2011

RS 485 Network Cable

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Chapter 12: Replacement Parts, Tools and Accessories Lists

Illustrative Drawing

Code

234985147

Medical Grade Standard


Power Cable

234985150

Continental Europe Power


Cable

234985151

Power Cable

070187003

Keypad with Display for


adjustments

81053

Fresenius Kabi

HemoLight Plus

QL-38/08

Description

04/2011

Memory Card Reader +


RS232 To RS 485 Converter
(Made up of a converter,
power supply, RS485 cable
and a RS232 cable)

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Chapter 12: Replacement Parts, Tools and Accessories Lists

070188004
T Distributor

070187007

81043

Serial crossover cable to


upgrade software

AKKU-Battery

Clamp Unit
234985086

Fresenius Kabi

HemoLight Plus

QL-38/08

Only for serial numbers up to


01805108 E-code 000.

070188006

Memory SmartCard For


HemoLight Plus

070188005

HemoLight Transport Case

04/2011

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