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Ultrasound Technologies Ltd

Fetatrack 360
Service Manual
Issue 1

Ultrasound Technologies Ltd

Contents

INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................... 3

Specification ........................................................................................................................................................ 4

User Configuration ............................................................................................................................................. 5

SAFETY IN USE....................................................................................................... 5

Special Precautions ............................................................................................................................................. 5
Electrical Shock Hazard.................................................................................................................................... 5
Explosion Hazard.............................................................................................................................................. 5
Handling the Delicate Transducers ................................................................................................................... 6
Symbols used .................................................................................................................................................... 7

REFERENCE ........................................................................................................... 8

FT360 front panel controls................................................................................................................................. 8
Recorder On/Off ............................................................................................................................................... 8
Volume Up........................................................................................................................................................ 8
Volume Down ................................................................................................................................................... 8
US1 / US2 Transducer Select ........................................................................................................................... 8
Toco Zero ......................................................................................................................................................... 8

Indicators and Connectors ................................................................................................................................. 9
Power on Indication .......................................................................................................................................... 9
RS232 output .................................................................................................................................................... 9
Remote (patient) Event Marker......................................................................................................................... 9
Probe Connection.............................................................................................................................................. 9

Internal Layout ................................................................................................................................................. 10
Dismantling Procedure.................................................................................................................................... 10

Circuit Description ........................................................................................................................................... 11
Power supply Circuit....................................................................................................................................... 11
Ultrasound Circuit........................................................................................................................................... 12
Audio Amplifier.............................................................................................................................................. 12
Signal Pre-processing...................................................................................................................................... 13
Toco Circuit .................................................................................................................................................... 13
Microprocessor Circuit ................................................................................................................................... 14
Printer Interface .............................................................................................................................................. 14
Maternal SpO2................................................................................................................................................ 15
Fetal SpO2 ...................................................................................................................................................... 15
Fetal ECG Circuits.......................................................................................................................................... 15

Test Procedures................................................................................................................................................. 16
Introduction..................................................................................................................................................... 16
Performance Checks ....................................................................................................................................... 16
Basic Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................... 18

Parts lists and Drawings................................................................................................................................... 19

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This booklet explains the operation and service of the FETATRACK 360
Intrapartuml Cardiotocograph. Care has been taken during the design and
manufacture of this product so that it meets all of the current safety
standards set down by IEC60601-1 .

If you require assistance understanding any part of this document, or have
any questions relating to the operation of the FETATRACK 360 please
contact:

Ultrasound Technologies Ltd
Lodge Way
Caldicot
NP26 5PS
UK
Tel +44 (0) 1291 425425
Fax +44 (0) 1291 427093
EMAIL service@doppler.co.uk

This service manual contains circuit descriptions, diagrams, parts and spares
lists is available for the FETATRACK 360 that are correct at the time of
printing. Due to continuous improvement certain sections may differ in
newer units if you have any doubt please contact the address above.

To maintain the FETATRACK 360’s performance it is recommended that it
be included in a periodic maintenance programme.

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Specification

Size: 350 x 370 x 140 mm
Weight: 8 kg
Voltage: 100-240 Volts AC 50/60 Hz
Safety: Complies with EN60101-1

ULTRASOUND
Type: Continuous Doppler
Operating Frequency 2MHz±2% and 1.8MHz ±2%
Power Output 5 mW/sq cm max. SATA
Signal Processing Software AUTOCORRELATOR

DIRECT FECG (Intra models only)
Signal Range 40µV-5mV
Input Noise: <1,4µV p-p
CMRR: >125dB

ALARMS
Low Level: 60 - 120 BPM, Adjustable in steps of 5 BPM
High Level: 160 - 200 BPM, Adjustable in steps of 5 BPM

EXTERNAL UTERINE ACTIVITY
Type: Flat faced Tocodynamometer
Signal Range: 0 - 99 relative contractions strength

INTERNAL UTERINE ACTIVITY (Intra models only)
Intrauterine Pressure: Type optional
Signal Range 0 - 99 mmHg

EVENT MARKER
Hand held, person operated

PRINTER
Type: Thermal Array 8 dots/mm
Print Speed: 1,2 and 3 cm/min
Paper Size: 145 mm x 15 mtr
FHR Sensitivity: 20 or 30 BPM/cm
UA Sensitivity: 30/cm
IUP Sensitivity: 30mmHg/cm

DISPLAY/PRINTER RANGES
FHR Range: 30 - 250 BPM
FHR Accuracy: +/- 1 BPM
UA Range: 0 - 99 units
FspO2 Range: 0 – 100%

OXIMETER
Oxygen Saturation 0% to 100%
(%FSpO2)
Pulse Rate Range 30 to 300 bpm

Accuracy
Blood Oxygen Saturation For specification, see footnote “a”
Pulse Rate 30 to 300 bpm; ±3 bpm

Displays
Graphical Displays 3-digit
Pulse Strength Graphic Bargraph

Measurement Wavelengths and Output Power
Red 661 nanometers @ 3 mw nominal
Infrared 905 nanometers @ 3 mw nominal

“a”. Calibration of the FetalSAT System was accomplished through carefully controlled hypoxia studies in a laboratory animal model
to establish the calibration coefficients. For specifications, see FetalSAT Specification Supplement (available upon request).

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The functions which may be adjusted by the user are date. Failure to do so could result in injury to the user.. ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 5 . Explosion Hazard Do not operate or use this system in the presence of flammable anaesthetics or gases as it could lead to explosion. Ultrasound Technologies Ltd User Configuration Firstly connect the AC supply cord. Safety grounding occurs only when the 3-wire cable and plug provided with the system are connected to a properly grounded receptacle. All the safety and operating instructions should be read before operating the FETATRACK 360. Do not use the transducer if the cable has any cuts or openings. use the volume control keys to achieve the desired setting. to enter the calibration mode . time and alarm settings. Special Precautions Your FETATRACK 360 Antenatal Cardiotocograph has been designed for electrical safety. After a few seconds the display will show the menu options available.. Hold down the UA0 button whilst turning on the FETATRACK 360. use only fuses of the same type and rating.... Electrical shock could result. To exit the calibration mode use UA0 button to move the cursor to exit on the screen and pressUA0 again.. Contacting the hazardous voltages within the System could cause serious injury. Do not use the System if the power cord has any cuts or openings. Facilities are provided to allow the setting of the FETATRACK 360 to meet individual requirements. Do not use the transducer if the transducer face is cracked or chipped. To alter any value. Should the electrical safety fuses have to be replaced.. Electrical Shock Hazard Do not defeat the grounding integrity of this System. is provided by the connection of the chassis to the safety ground.. You can move backwards on the screen by pressing the recorder button.. To step through the menu press UA0 repeatedly until the curser is over the option you wish to change... Protection against electrical shock. Do not remove the System cover. Do not immerse the transducer cable connectors in any liquids. in the event of failure of basic insulation. The display will show Entering Calibration Mode .. This will restart the system and return to normal operating mode.. patient or damage to the System and accessories... and these are all accessed from the set-up menu which may be accessed at power on. The System should be serviced by trained and qualified personnel only.

The delicate crystals in the transducer may crack and render the transducer unusable if the transducer is subject to shock. Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Handling the Delicate Transducers The transducers are delicate parts of the ultrasound system and should be treated with care. Never use alcohol or mineral oil as an acoustic coupling agent as transducer or cable damage could occur. ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 6 . Room temperature liquids should be used for cleaning.

that equipment in all cases must meet the relevant safety standard. . Power Off (Disconnection from the mains) . Alternating Current . Type BF Equipment . Where they are associated with the connection of external equipment. The following symbols are used on the FETATRACK 360 and are in accordance with IEC60601-1 : 1990. Attention: consult accompanying documents ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 7 . Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Symbols used. Type B Equipment . Power On (Connection to the mains) .

Set Uterine Pressure to Zero Maternal & Fetal Ultrasound Electrocardio- Volume graph & Decrease Ultrasound 2 Transducers Input Audio Selector for Ultrasound Internal & External 1&2 Uterine Pressure Ultrasound Transducers Input Volume Increase Printer On/Off & Ultrasound 1 Speed Control Transducer Input Socket Power On Indicator Printer Door Release Lever Recorder On/Off and speed change This key is used to control the operation of the recorder. each consecutive short press will change the speed . Press once and the chart recorder will start. US1 / US2 Transducer Select Pressing this key changes the selected probe from US1 to US2 for volume output. Ultrasound Technologies Ltd FETATRACK 360 front panel controls The front panel keyboard area contains 6 keys used to control the operation of the unit. Toco Zero This key zeros the toco trace to the selected baseline. they are all indicated by Icons to aid language variations. or in configuration mode to change user options. Volume Up This key is used to increase the audio volume level. This is used when the unit is in Twins mode with two US channels for listening to either of the two fetus. Press and hold the key will stop the recording. Volume Down This key is used to decrease the audio volume level. ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 8 .

RS232 output This output is for the connection of an external computer for data transfer. Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Inputs / outputs and displays Power on Indication The green LED associated with the above symbol when bright indicates that power is connected to the apparatus. Remote Event Marker Connection of an external event mark switch allows the patient to indicate events by printing an arrow in the gap between the FHR and UA traces. ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 9 . Toco This is for the connection of approved Doppler and toco transducers. WARNING: Any external equipment connected to this output must meet the relevant safety standard. US2. The maximum voltage that can be applied to this output is 15VDC. Probe Connections US1. The maximum voltage that can be applied to this output is 15VDC. The maximum voltage that can be applied to this output is 15VDC.

In addition. there is the optional ECG card and Maternal Pulse Oximetry card. Mounted on the front panel are the input connectors. ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 10 . The display module can be removed from the front panel by careful removal of the 4 screws holding the part in place. all the control circuits and the Ultrasound. The Top Cover can now be removed taking care to disconnect the earth bonding cable connecting the lid to the base. LCD graphic display module and user interface keyboard. To remove the Top Cover. Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Internal Layout With the top cover removed and the front panel facing you. Dismantling Procedure Note: Before disassembling the unit. and the power cord from the instrument. unplug the transducers. there is one large printed circuit board fixed to the base of the monitor this contains all the power supply circuits. accessories cable (if present). Toco and digital signal processing circuits. remove the four screws around the edge on the bottom of the unit.

Q13 is connected as an ON/OFF switch to the printhead voltage circuits to act as protection. Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Circuit Description Power supply Circuit The 240/110 VAC supply enters the FETATRACK 360 via an IEC double fused inlet / mains filter and switch and is fed to a torroidal transformer. Pulses of current in to inductor L11 are also taken into a charge pump to provide a stable –15V DC after regulator transistor Q14. Regulated Supplies The voltage regulators (U31 and U32) are fed from D24 at a voltage of around 36VDC. Printhead and Motor Drive Supply The printhead requires pulses of current equalling 10A but for a very small amount of time. connected to the board via J17 and is then bridge rectified by D24. therefore current is taken from the charge built up in C155 rather than expecting the power supply to supply the pulses. smoothed by C147. An explanation of its operation can be found in section PRINTER INTERFACE. The input supply voltage is stepped down to a nominal 24 VAC. D25 also supplies current to the printhead and motor drive circuits via Q13 and U33 which provides a stable 24V DC . current is fed to U33 connected as a variable voltage regulator with a range of +18 v to +24 v where VR1 adjusts this voltage. These oscillate at approximately 120 KHz transferring pulses of current into L10 and L11 respectively. The output of U31 is 5V DC and U32 is 15V DC. The output of inductor is fed back directly into U31 (32) which at pin 1 is reference comparator and alters the pulses transferred into the inductor to obtain a stable voltage output. ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 11 . When ON.

8MHz for US2. This signal is passed to the audio section and the signal pre- processing . (US2 shown in brackets) Transmitter and Receiver PSU Power suppley for the Ultrasound Circuits is derived from the stable +15VDC and further regulated through U35 (U36) to provide an ultrastable 10VDC Oscillator and Transmitter output. These operate to produce a continuous wave of 2MHz ultrasound which is passed to the transmitter crystal in the transducer. The signal is then reflected from moving interfaces within the body to the receiver crystal in the transducer. The raw low frequency heart complex is then amplified and filtered by U1 (U4) where its associated components form a bandpass filter amplifier with a bandwidth of 150Hz to 1KHz. Audio Amplifier The audio signal then passes to a input selector U29 where the user can select via the front panel which Ultrasound channel will pass to the audio circuits and then to digital gain control U28 and buffer amplifier U37. The circuit board has the option of two ultrasound circuits which operated at different frequencies. The current nominal frequencies are 2. From here the gain controlled signal is fed to the input of a monolithic power amplifier U30 and from here to the loudspeaker at J18. Receiver and Detector The reflected Ultrasound signal is fed via a resonant transformer L1 (L5) to the gate of Q3 (Q8). These are: Oscillator and Transmitter amplifier Receiver and Detector Audio amplifier Signal pre-processing. L4 (L8) forms an oscillator with Q4 (Q9)and its associated capacitors producing a sine wave drive at the required frequency. where the volume setting is determined by the microprocessor subject to the user setting. Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Ultrasound Circuit Overview The ultrasound circuit is built up of four discrete sections. ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 12 .1MHz for US1 and 1. This is fed via a high current output driver Q1 (Q6) and output transformer L1 (L6). amplified and then detected so the audio Doppler shift of that moving interface can be heard audibly or passed via signal pre- processing to the A/D converter for rate calculation. the drain of this FET connects to the source of Q2 (Q7) to form a cascode amplifier From the drain of Q2 (Q7) the amplitude complex of the received signal is detected by passing the signal through chopping FET detector Q5 (Q10) the gate of which is driven from the transmitter signal . the operation of each is identical as so only one is described here.

Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Signal Pre-processing The detected audio complex is fed to U6 a bandpass amplifier where the filter characteristics are arranged to reject signals below 150Hz and above 1KHz . The output of the Toco transducer is fed via a high gain amplifier U23 to a low pass filter U23 for signal smoothing into the A/D converter U27 further digital signal processing U18. This signal is then passed to the A/D converter stage of the cpu U18 for further digital signal processing . The amplitude stabilised signal is then amplified and full wave rectified by U2 (U5) . and the output is taken do a digital AGC U3 (U7). Toco Circuit A stabilised ±5V from U23 provides the toco transducer excitation at J16. ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 13 . Toco Zero is automatically adjusted by D/A converter U24 providing an offset voltage into the input of U23 . This full wave rectified signal is then buffered and smoothed by an active filter. The smoothing is achieved by the low pass active filter having a 3db at 5Hz hence giving the average value of the audio complex.

The data is latched by a pulse from the cpu via CMOS buffer. Printer Interface A proportion of the micro-circuit is dedicated to printer interface and control. as well as detecting selection of ultrasound and the presence of an Event keypress. Most analogue signals eventually require digital signal processing for display. The principal of operation of the printhead and motor drive circuit is as follows : Data is decoded by the software into bit positions within the allowable area of the printhead . The battery source is a lithium 3. starts the system clock which consists of interrupts from the cpu to the watchdog ic at the rate of 1 every millisecond.. The file can store in excess of 48 hours of data that can be subdivided into 16 separate patient files. The CPU with the display and keyboard circuit using on chip peripheral interface . As all functions are time dependant nothing starts without this clock.5 v. Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Microprocessor Circuit The microprocessor circuit is arranged around twin MC68HC812 a fast second generation central processing unit (CPU). serial drivers and peripheral drivers. This sets up all the peripheral devices. this gives added protection in the case of device failure. The cpu also drives the chart recorder stepper motor via the high current microstep interface. The converter accepts unipolar signals of 0 . The CPU now reads all the preset variables from the battery protected RAM within the real time clock. This shows the CPU the start position in ROM from which to start executing. After the CPU has loaded the variables it rums a system check for any internal problems which are reported on the system display. The data can be recalled to strip chart recorder or to UltraTrace fetal PC software. The Data file card is fitted to the serial 2 channel of the controller card.6 v cell with a nominal life of 10 years. Under normal conditions with the printer OFF there is no supply connected to the printhead or chart motor. This starts the CPU working by reading the bytes at the very top of its memory map from the EPROM (ROM). where an internal 8 bit A/D converter with an 8 way multiplexed input converts the signals to digital form. Data is then burnt onto the printhead by strobes 1 to 4 from the cpu which last less than 1 mS . Only when printing is requested does the cpu turn on the 24VDC supply. which includes an interrupt timer. the signals are presented to CPU. the primary interface circuit contains timers. ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 14 . When power is applied to the circuit a monitor circuit waits for the power rail to become stable and then 100 ms later takes the reset on the CPU high (logic 1) to 5 v. This data is then passed in serial form with a clock signal into the printheads serial buffer. Selection of the individual devices is controlled by cpu internal the chip select circuits. chart recording or digital transmission. Data Storage (optional) Full resolution patient data is stored on the optional data file when fitted to the unit.

©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 15 . The input circuits are fully electrically isolated by a isolation PSU block mounted on the PCB and the output signal are optically coupled. Fetal SpO2 (optional) The Nonin fetalsat fetal pulse oximeter connects directly to multipurpose connector J3. ECG signals are fed from the sensors to the input of a high gain differential amplifier U14 / U15 and instrumentation amplifier U11. The systems display will change to accommodate the additional board and reflect Maternal heart rate . There is no ground connection between the input circuits and the electrical circuits in the rest of the monitor. The SpO2 figure sensor connects to the back of the FT360 via J3. 15 pin multipurpose connection. The following circuits U2. maternal pulse and Oxygen saturation level. 15 pin. The fetal oxygen saturation level will also be printed in the toco trace of the strip chart recorder. U17 form a filter network with a cut off frequency of 80Hz. The output of U11 is routed to the un-isolated circuits through analogue opto coupler driven by U9. The un-isolated signal is notch filtered at 50Hz or 60Hz using IC U5 and associated circuits and then gain controlled from the microprocessor U18 using U1. Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Maternal SpO2 (optional) A maternal SpO2 card plugs into S1 and communicated to the microprocessor circuits via an internal serial bus.U3. Large DC offsets are corrected by feeding back the output of U11 to the input through U10. Fetal ECG Circuits (optional ) “Internal” signals FECG and IUP are routed from the front panel to an optional card plugged into to the main PCB at right angles via connector P1. The generated error signal is fed via U12 back to the LEG reference to improve noise performance. The FT360 will automatically identify the presence of the Fetalsat and the display will change to reflect the fetal oxygen saturation level and pulse.

5) Depress printer on/off and recorder will run at either 1. 2) Turn monitor on.2 or 3 cm/min dependent on the user preset value. 4) Load chart paper to recorder (for assistance see operating instructions) ensure paper is correctly aligned. 8) Check audio volume is present. Event Marker 11) Connect the hand held remote event marker to the external mark socket. however. 10) Apply pressure onto the centre of transducer and check that the toco trace on chart recording increases to 100 + 10%. Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Test Procedures Introduction The following sections details tests to ensure that the FETATRACK 360 is operating within specification. UA / Toco / Contractions 9) Connect the toco transducer to the yellow UA input socket on the front panel and press UA zero to set the baseline (baseline resets to value 1 -> 20 as selected in set up procedure). The test procedures may be performed without removal of the circuit board from the unit. Ultrasound 6) Connect ultrasound transducer to the pink or blue US sockets on the front panel and increase volume to maximum. if any repairs are carried out to the power supply circuits then it is recommended that the whole test/calibration procedure is undertaken. 3) The display will first show the system selftest followed by the software revision This indicates the instrument is switched on and awaiting inputs. 1) Plug the monitor line cord into a grounded receptacle of suitable line voltage and frequency as indicated on the rear panel of the FETATRACK 360 . It should be included as part of a preventive maintenance plan and should be performed on a regular basis. The green front panel LED will illuminate. These tests may be performed in whole or part. ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 16 . digital display will display the simulated rate (approx 120 ) and correspond with the data being printed on the chart paper. Remove load and trace will return to baseline. Depress the button once and note that a half arrow is printed on the bottom of FHR recording. Performance Checks The following procedure is intended to provide a means of determining the functional status of the unit. 7) Place transducer in palm of hand and gently stroke the back of the hand at a constant rate of about 2 times a second.

The programming mode is entered by pressing and holding UA Zero while turning the monitor ON. Details of the user programmable options are at the beginning of this manual. ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 17 . Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Setting up the monitors The mode of operation of the monitor is programmable through the front panel to give a certain amount of customisation.

Stroke the back of your hand twice a second. If no sound or low sound suspect the probe or ultrasound circuits. Ensure the user locates the fetus correctly and check the trace for signs of large fetal movements that can indicate the fetus has moved out of the transducers beam. but can also be due to a failing ultrasound transducer. or a faulty transducer or toco circuit. Reapplication of the transducer usually solves these problems. If the toco transducer is connected you may also be able to see maternal adjustment that can cause a intermittent connection to the skin. Print head misalignment or non closure of printer door can also cause this problem. When the door closure is down this catch must close over the nylon roller sleeve on the right hand side of the recorder. Ultrasound transducer does not detect a fetus This can be poor placement of the transducer. Adjustment normally fixes the problem. Place a small amount of gel on the face of the transducer and hold the transducer in the palm of your hand. removing the device and re-inserting cures 99% of all failures of this type. otherwise the board requires detailed fault finding or replacement. A different rate is shown on the display when compared to the chart paper This is unlikely. In extreme cases the print head may also have failed. if it does then the module or its wiring is faulty otherwise suspect the CPU. Clean the head with a cotton bud and cleaning spirit. The cause of module failure is unknown other than checking the wiring from the CPU board to the module. Recorder door does not close This can be caused by the right hand door catch being misaligned. Check system zeroing by unplugging the transducer and re-connecting. all black. Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Basic Troubleshooting: Unit turns on but LCD module displays one line of squares. Adjust mechanism so this closes correctly. it is very much more accurate that the user counting beats over the last 30 seconds. ©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 18 . the monitor will respond by setting the transducer to zero. A different rate is shown on the display than I can count by ear The monitor displays the average of the last 3 beats. Place a small amount of pressure on the face of the transducer and the display should respond to this pressure. The two systems are digitally linked and the effect is likely to be a user misconception. The most likely cause of failure is the transducer. even so. Printing quality is poor (sections too light or missing) Use of non standard chart paper damages the printer hear and creates a build up of thermal ink on the head. The best option is to see if the monitor reacts to button presses. CPU failure can be due to corrosion of the EPROM socket. a stipe or no data This is usually a failure of the LCD module but can be a failure of the main CPU. Printing quality is poor due to FHR missing This is normally due to the user not applying the transducer correctly or not using the correct coupling gel. Toco transducer does not work This can be poor placement of the transducer. The stroking should be audible and the monitor should register around 120bpm. not enough or incorrect coupling gel or a faulty transducer or ultrasound circuit.

©Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Issue 1 2006 Page 19 . Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Parts lists The following section contains parts list and drawings for the FETATRACK 360.

100-0117-00 Fetatrack 360 Main Asssy Part Number Description Quantity Per Printer Parts 100-1111-00 Base Plate F360D106-101 1 100-1112-00 Top Plate F360D107-101 1 100-1113-00 Side Plate F360D108-101 2 100-1114-00 Spring Clamp F360D109-101 1 100-1115-00 Spring F360D110-101 1 100-1116-00 Foot F360D111-101 2 100-1117-00 Lever Assy F360D112-301 (includes plate & bush) 1 100-1118-00 Lever Knob F360D112-401 1 100-1119-00 Cam F360D113-101 1 100-1120-00 Cam Bush F360D114-101 1 100-1121-00 Peel Bar F360D115-101 1 100-1122-00 Pivot Bar F360D116-101 1 100-1123-00 Motor Pulley F360D117-101 1 100-1124-00 Roller Pulley F360D118-101 1 100-1125-00 Large Pulley F360D119-101 1 100-1126-00 Small Pulley F360D120-101 1 100-1108-00 Door Extrusion F360 (Machined) Drg 0113 1 100-1127-00 Roller F360 F360D121-101 1 100-1128-00 Paper Tray F360 1 100-1129-00 Paper Out Sensor Assy F360 1 900-0076-00 Rubbing Strip F360 2 900-0047-00 Printhead Thermal QP128 1 600-0007-00 Cable Assy Printhead Connector Drg FM1D125 1 900-0021-00 Stepper Motor 1 900-0077-00 Short Belt 71MXL F360 1 900-0078-00 Long Belt 122MXL F360 1 900-0079-00 Plastic Snap Rivet F360 2 900-0080-00 Nylon Sleeve ??x12 F360 2 900-0081-00 PTFE Bush 1.00 thick F360 8 961-0049-00 Washer Nylon Flat M5 F360 3 961-0050-00 Screw Set M3x?? F360 4 961-0051-00 Screw Set M3x?? F360 7 961-0052-00 Cap Heads M4x10 St/Steel F360 1 961-0019-00 Nut M4 Full St/Steel A2 2 500-0011-00 Housing Molex 4 Way 22-01-2045 2 © Ultrasound Technologies Ltd 2006 fetatrack 360 main assy Issue 1 Page 1 of 2 .

100-0117-00 Fetatrack 360 Main Asssy Part Number Description Quantity Per 500-0012-00 Crimps Molex 7 961-0016-00 Screw M3x6 Csk Hd Pozi St/Steel A2 1 chassis assy 100-1047-00 Base F360D102-101 1 100-1046-00 Cover F360D103-101 1 100-1045-00 Connector Plate F360D100-101 1 100-1044-00 Printer Bracket F360D101-101 1 900-0027-00 Feet Heavy Duty ABS 4 100-0097-00 Fetatrack 360 PCB assy 1 100-1091-00 Moulding Front Fetatrack 360 1 100-1092-00 Moulding Rear Fetatrack 360 1 100-1083-00 Label Set Fetetrack 360 Keypad with Green LED 1 900-0026-00 Filter Mains Inlet (Traceable Product) 1 800-0016-00 Transformer Mains (Traceable Product) 1 800-0015-00 Fuse 500mA Antisurge 250V Glass T 20mm 2 800-0017-00 Loudspeaker 3in 10W 1 800-0025-00 LCD 200x128 STN Green/Yellow Green Backlight 1 500-0056-00 Header IDC 20W 2 600-0023-00 Ribbon Cable 20W (uon = mtrs) 1 500-0030-00 Housing Molex 2 Way 22-01-2025 1 500-0011-00 Housing Molex 4 Way 22-01-2045 4 500-0017-00 Housing Molex 6 Way 22-01-2065 2 500-0015-00 Housing Molex 8 Way 22-01-2085 1 500-0057-00 Nicolay Socket 12W Pink 1 500-0058-00 Nicolay Socket 12W Yellow 1 500-0059-00 Nicolay Socket 12W Blue 1 500-0060-00 Nicolay Female Contacts 22 600-0022-00 Wire Eqpt Type 44 24AWG White (uom=mtrs) 1 900-0082-00 EMI Absorber (Seward 3007-0500) 4 961-0028-00 Spade Terminal 0.8mm 4 500-0040-00 Header IDC 20 Way Straight 0 223-0683-00 Resistor MF 68K 1% 0805 1 © Ultrasound Technologies Ltd 2006 fetatrack 360 main assy Issue 1 Page 2 of 2 .25 RT Angle 2 961-0003-00 Screw M3x6 Pan Hd Pozi St/Steel A2 1 961-0015-00 Screw M3x8 Pan Hd Pozi St/Steel A2 1 961-0004-00 Screw M3x16 Csk Hd Pozi St/Steel A2 6 900-0064-00 Connector Crimp Terminal 4.8x0.

100-0075-00 Fetatrack 21T/360 Ultrasound 1 Transducer Pink (M/1/0059) Part Number Description Quantity Per 100-1094-00 Faceplate Seward ultrasound 0210-3239 1 800-0027-00 Crystal Set 2.1Mhz Pz27 disc od=25mm Seward 1 800-0031-00 PCB Ultrasound F310 Transducer iss 6 1 600-0019-01 Cable 360 Transducer US1/US2 Seward Grey 2m lengt 1 100-1130-00 Transducer Body White Seward 0210-3232 1 500-0064-00 Nicolay Contact Male 5630-4012 6 500-0066-00 Nicolay Plug Free 12W Pink 1 900-0039-00 Grommet Extended Black Rubber Small 1 100-1141-00 Label FHR US1/US2 F360 Transducer 1 100-1140-00 Label Serial Number 33 Series F360 Transducer 1 900-0008-00 Cable Tie 1 © Ultrasound Technologies Ltd 2006 F360 US1 Trans Issue 1 ECN Page 1 of 1 .

100-0081-00 Fetatrack 210/260/360 Ultrasound 2 Transducer Blue (0215- Part Number Description Quantity Per 100-1094-00 Faceplate Seward ultrasound 0210-3239 1 800-0027-00 Crystal Set 2.1Mhz Pz27 disc od=25mm Seward 1 800-0031-00 PCB Ultrasound F310 Transducer iss 6 1 600-0019-01 Cable 360 Transducer US1/US2 Seward Grey 2m lengt 1 100-1130-00 Transducer Body White Seward 0210-3232 1 500-0064-00 Nicolay Contact Male 5630-4012 6 500-0067-00 Nicolay Plug Free 12W Blue 1 900-0039-00 Grommet Extended Black Rubber Small 1 100-1141-00 Label FHR US1/US2 F360 Transducer 1 100-1140-00 Label Serial Number 33 Series F360 Transducer 1 900-0008-00 Cable Tie 1 © Ultrasound Technologies Ltd 2006 F360 US2 Trans Issue 1 ECN Page 1 of 1 .

100-0079-00 AFM210/260/360 External Toco Transducer Yellow Part Number Description Quantity Per 100-1072-00 Probe Cable Clamp PD120 1 100-1134-00 Toco Spring Diaphragm F360 Transducer 1 100-1087-00 Membrane PVC Seward To-Co Transducer 1 100-1130-00 Transducer Body White Seward 0210-3232 1 100-1131-00 Faceplate Toco Seward F360 1 100-1132-00 Toco Button F360 Transducer 1 100-1133-00 Toco Clamp Ring F360 Transducer 1 800-0032-00 PCB Toco F360 Transducer iss 1 961-0053-00 Toco Button Screw F360 Transducer 1 100-1135-00 Toco Adjustment Plate F360 Transducer 1 600-0024-01 Cable 360 Toco Transducer Seward Grey 2m leng 1 100-1136-00 Label Serial Number 34 Series F360 Transducer 1 100-1137-00 Toco Beam Assy F360 Transducer 1 210-0240-00 Resistor MFR4 240R 1% 2 500-0063-00 Nicolay Plug Free 12W Yellow 5620-4012 1 500-0064-00 Nicolay Contact Male 5630-4012 5 961-0054-00 Screw M2x6 Pan Hd Pozi St/Steel A2 3 961-0055-00 Screw M2x5 Csk Hd Pozi St/Steel A2 3 961-0056-00 Screw M2x6 Csk Hd Pozi St/Steel A2 2 900-0039-00 Grommet Extended Black Rubber Small 1 900-0084-00 Terminal Pin Single Sided 3 431-0007-00 IC Op-Amp OP07CD 1 100-1138-00 Label UA F360 Toco Transducer 1 © Ultrasound Technologies Ltd 2006 F360 ToCo Trans Issue 1 ECN Page 1 of 1 .

21.136.68.97.47uf 25V 20% Case A 4 431-7404-00 U12 IC Digital SM 74HCT04 SO14 1 432-0001-00 U11 IC Digital SM 74HCT541 1 434-0001-00 U13. 73.0nf 50V 20% 0805 11 323-0681-00 C7.126.110. Cap Cer SM X7R 10nf 50V 20% 0805 20 323-0472-00 C109 Cap Cer SM X7R 4.163 Cap Electrolytic 270uF/330uF 16V Panasonic FA Series 2 311-0227-00 C90.143.47.80.83.105.60.150.111.117 Cap Cer SM X7R 3.85.161 (NOT 20Volt) Cap Tant SM 1uf 35V 20% Case A 4 320-0474-00 C15.155.34.133.166 Cap Electrolytic 22uF 100V Panasonic FC Series 2 323-0105-00 C37.153.142.127.20.131.3nf 50V 20% 0805 2 323-0102-00 C4.74.20 IC Digital SM (32x8) Eprom 27C256 2 432-0002-00 U16.89.45.25.62.86.114.125.91.1 Cap Cer SM X7R 100nf 50V 20% 0805 82 323-0473-00 C43.107.3 5.77.139.122.30.10 1.7nf 50V 20% 0805 1 323-0332-00 C96.56.78 .103.82.21 IC Digital SM 62256 (43256) 2 432-0003-00 U15 IC Digital SM 3777 1 © Ultrasound Technologies Ltd 2006 fetatrack360 pcb assy Issue 2 Page 1 of 4 .94.49.31.140 Cap Cer SM COG 1.46.154 Cap Electrolytic 220uF 35V BCC 136 60221 4 311-0127-00 C149.119 Cap Cer SM COG 22pf 50V 20% 0805 4 323-0151-00 C53 Cap Cer SM COG 150pf 50V 20% 0805 1 320-0106-01 C167 (NOT 10Volt) Cap Tant SM 10uf 20V 20% Case B 1 320-0105-00 C115.152 Cap Electrolytic 120uF 50V Panasonic FC Series 2 311-0106-00 C38.76.2.50.141.41.75.59.36. 132.11.22.72.79.10.32.93.23.99.42.112.130.113.128.81.135 Cap Electrolytic Min 100uf 16V 5mm Radial 4 311-0225-00 C159.123.18.18 IC Digital SM 68HC812 2 433-0001-00 U14.120 .88.61.39.64.52.106.84.69.28.40.156.134.102.67 Cap Tant SM 0.55 Cap Cer SM COG 220pf 50V 20% 0805 4 323-0101-00 C5.51 Cap Cer SM COG 100pf 50V 20% 0805 2 323-0470-00 C9 Cap Cer SM COG 47pf 50V 20% 0805 1 323-0220-00 C98.17.87 Cap Cer SM X7R 47nf 50V 20% 0805 2 323-0333-00 C95.129.116 Cap Cer SM X7R 33nf 50V 20% 0805 2 323-0103-00 C8.27.57.63.108.13.16.100.29.24.170 Cap Cer SM Y5V 1uf 16V +20-80% 0805 4 323-0104-00 C1.92.145.70.124.54 Cap Cer SM COG 680pf 50V 20% 0805 4 323-0331-00 C48 Cap Cer SM COG 330pf 50V 20% 0805 1 323-0221-00 C3.121.65.138.6.19.100-0097-00 ft 360 PCB Assy Part Number Ref Description Quantity Per 311-0109-00 C147 Cap Electrolytic 10000uF 35V Snap In Panasonic TSUP Series 1 311-0108-00 C144 Cap Electrolytic 1000uF 35V Panasonic FC Series 1 311-0277-00 C158.137.12.44.104.33.71.118.

10 Transistor SM 4416 SOT23 8 820-0002-00 X1 Crystal 32.6.3.2.19.20 Socket IC SM 32W PLCC 2 420-1004-00 D25.32 IC SM LT1076CQ 2 411-0338-00 U33 IC TH TO220 LM338T 1 436-1305-00 U10 IC SM DS1305E 1 431-0202-00 U8 IC Digital SM MAX202 SO16 1 431-0549-00 U24 IC Digital SM MAX549ACUA or AEUA 1 431-1243-00 U27 IC Digital SM MAX1243 SO8 1 431-0001-00 U9.2.7.6.10.768Hz 85SMX 1 820-0003-00 X2.14.23.44.23 IC Analogue SM LM324 SO14 6 411-2614-00 U30 IC Analog Power Amp SIL9MPF TDA2614/N1 1 431-9103-00 U3.3 Crystal SM 12MHz 86SMX 2 224-0010-00 R116.9.7.26.34 IC Analogue SM TL072CD SO8 (Tube = 75) 2 431-1000-00 U35.20.5.2 Diode SM BAS16 SOT23 16 420-8451-00 D7.4.19 IC Analogue SM 33064Z 2 431-0211-00 U29 IC Analogue SM DG211BDY 1 431-0324-00 U1.16.49.5.21.8.172 Resistor MF 22R 1% 1206 2 © Ultrasound Technologies Ltd 2006 fetatrack360 pcb assy Issue 2 Page 2 of 4 .17.15.121 Resistor MF 1R 5% 1206 4 223-0010-00 R117.36 IC Regulator ZSR1000 10V 200MA SOT223 2 533-0032-00 U14.28 IC Analogue SM X9C103S SO8 3 431-0336-00 U25 IC Analogue SM LM336M-2.100-0097-00 ft 360 PCB Assy Part Number Ref Description Quantity Per 432-0004-00 U17 IC Digital SM 39612 1 440-1076-00 U31.11.5 1 436-0131-00 U22 IC SRAM 1Kx8 CY7C155 1 431-0072-00 U26.120.118.27 Diode SM 10BQ040 SMB 3 420-0016-00 D1.166 Resistor MF 1R 1% 0805 2 223-0100-00 R2.9.11.6.4.174 Resistor MF 10R 1% 0805 5 224-0220-00 R171.18.8.29 Diode Zenner SM BZX84C5V1 SOT23 4 420-8462-00 Diode Zenner SM BZX84C6V2 SOT23 0 411-0004-00 D24 Diode Bridge 4 Pin SIL GBU4A 1 420-8410-00 D30 Diode Zenner SM BZX84C10 SOT23 1 420-0805-00 Q13 Transistor SM RFD8P05SM TO252AA (Tube = 75) 1 420-0848-00 Q1.5.6.12 Transistor SM BC848B SOT23 4 420-0001-00 Q14 Transistor SM FZT751 SOT223 1 420-4416-00 Q2.

91.15 9.94.113.104.45.173.32.156.119.170.126.84.150.136.127.147.178 Resistor MF 22K 1% 0805 3 223-0273-00 R7.151.52.54.111.30.135 .179.26.76.100-0097-00 ft 360 PCB Assy Part Number Ref Description Quantity Per 223-0101-00 R1.137.62.93.144 Resistor MF 470R 1% 0805 2 223-0102-00 R13.188.134.39.56.182 Resistor MF 100R 1% 0805 15 224-0221-00 R85.153.157.22.124.27.78.41.36.59.101.81.83.89 Resistor MF 220R 1% 1206 4 223-0471-00 R88.1 00.175.47.155 Resistor MF 33K 1% 0805 2 223-0363-00 R25.77.189 Resistor MF 1K 1% 0805 18 223-0122-00 R163 Resistor MF 1K2 1% 0805 1 223-0152-00 R8.107.11 4.19. Resistor MF 10K 1% 0805 57 223-0123-00 R123.132 Resistor MF 10M 2% 0805 2 220-0202-00 VR2 Resistor Variable Multi-Turn SM 2K 3224W 1 220-0204-00 VR1 Resistor Variable Multi-Turn SM 200K 3224W 1 311-0226-00 L9 Inductor 22uH Panasonic ELC 1 320-0001-00 L10.97.4.177 Resistor MF 100K 1% 0805 18 223-0184-00 R18.108.169 Resistor MF 330K 1% 0805 4 223-0106-00 R115.164.96.102.10.35.72.74 Resistor MF 68K 1% 0805 6 223-0104-00 R3.90.181.51 Resistor MF 1K5 1% 0805 2 223-0222-00 R11.53.68 Resistor MF 36K 1% 0805 2 223-0473-00 R33.131.185 Resistor MF 2K2 1% 0805 10 223-0272-00 R176.61.190 Resistor MF 2K7 1% 0805 4 223-0472-00 R37.180.17.73.130.109.139 .125.38.71 Resistor MF 180K 1% 0805 4 223-0224-00 R143.24.160.40.103.67.98.168 Resistor MF 15K 1% 0805 2 223-0163-00 R112.28.69.158 Resistor MF 220K 1% 0805 2 223-0334-00 R34.55.129.184.162 Resistor MF 47K 1% 0805 4 223-0683-00 R12.15.80.31.99.128.42.138.110.43.186 Resistor MF 4K7 1% 0805 3 223-0103-00 R5.50.133.148.66 .46.82.145.48.64.86.9.21.95.87.58.79.140.20.5 Inductor Fixed Toco 0838 2 © Ultrasound Technologies Ltd 2006 fetatrack360 pcb assy Issue 2 Page 3 of 4 .75.105.122.16.60.146 Resistor MF 16K 1% 0805 3 223-0223-00 R29.187.154.167.165 Resistor MF 27K 1% 0805 3 223-0333-00 R142.65. 106.92.141.70.63.23.183 Resistor MF 12K 1% 0805 2 223-0153-00 R161.11 Inductor 2 311-0001-00 L12 Inductor Torroid 100uH 10mm Dia (50uH Alt) 1 311-0838-00 L1.

12.8 Inductor Fixed Toco 0841 2 311-0876-00 L2.5.17 Header Straight 4 Way 22-27-2041 3 500-0025-00 J1.54 Milligrid 1 961-0047-00 Spacer M3 Hex 10mm 1 900-0029-00 Heatsink Ultratec PFM1S2 1 961-0032-00 Insulating Kit TO220 Silicone 1 600-0010-00 Wire Black 24AWG UL1061 (300m Reel) UOM = Mtrs 0.6 Header Straight 8 Way 22-27-2081 2 500-0028-00 J7 Header Straight 15 Way 22-27-2151 1 500-0029-00 J3 Connector Socket RS232C D 9 way 1 500-0052-00 J10 Sterio Jack Socket 1 500-0065-00 S1 Socket 8w DIL 1 500-0039-00 P1 Conn DIN41612 32 Way a 1 500-0038-00 J8 Header Box 20 Way 2.100-0097-00 ft 360 PCB Assy Part Number Ref Description Quantity Per 311-0842-00 L3.6v 1 800-0028-00 FETA360 R2 1 © Ultrasound Technologies Ltd 2006 fetatrack360 pcb assy Issue 2 Page 4 of 4 .12 961-0027-00 Eyelet Connector 3mm 1 961-0015-00 Screw M3x8 Pan Hd Pozi St/Steel A2 2 961-0003-00 Screw M3x6 Pan Hd Pozi St/Steel A2 2 961-0018-00 Washer M3 Plain St/Steel A2 2 961-0006-00 Washer M3 Internal Shakeproof St/Steel A2 2 961-0005-00 Nut M3 Full St/Steel A2 4 900-0030-00 B1 (Fit On Test) Battery Lithium 1/2AA 3.6 Inductor Fixed Toco 0876 2 500-0023-00 J18 Header Straight 2 Way 22-27-2021 1 500-0024-00 J11.7 Inductor Fixed Toco 0842 2 311-0841-00 L4.16 Header Straight 6 Way 22-27-2061 3 500-0026-00 J2.

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1MHz Transmitter / Receiver U3 4 C38 + C40 8 3 R30 2K2 100uF 100nF VCC VH U1 13 I- 14 C35 1 FH1_Audio {06} LM324M AGC R27 USTx1 100nF 100K 12 1 5 J1 2 I+ INC {02. Caldicot Date: ultratec 2003 South Wales. I. UK Name: FETA36~3 Sheet 1 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 . LM324M G 3 1 5 Ultrasound Transducer connection 3 LM324M I+ C13 10nF 1 2 1 3 11 D I+ C21 S D 10nF R12 11 R16 MMBF4416 neg12V 3 68K 68K Q5 C12 C2 G R10 1nF neg12V 100nF R4 MMBF4416 Q2 2 100K 100K S 2K2 R19 R15 1 100K D C30 1K0 100nF 4 1 3 R17 RxSig1 C3 1nF G C16 220pF 100nF MMBF4416 Q3 47K R33 L1 2 1K0 C31 S + C27 C41 100nF 0838 R13 10K 10K 10K R21 R23 R24 +12V +12V R38 10K 0u47F 1 BAS16 4 4 +12V C6 D5 6 3 R6 + C15 3 100nF 6 U2 2 U2 4 +12V 10R 0u47F I. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R36 100K C36 10nF Vrf1 +12V U35 4 1 1 3 +12V R28 USTx1 OUT IN +12V 180K 1 + C20 4 +12V 4 C10 C14 1R 1nF C42 100nF R14 C4 C5 10nF C34 L2 680pF 10uF 2 1nF 100pF 9 U1 4 13 U6 A 0876 R7 I. I- 7 1 13 U2 4 LM324M LM324M I- 10K R20 5 3 14 9 U2 I+ 1 I+ LM324M I- 22K 68K R29 R31 C BAS16 C 11 11 1uF 12 8 D6 I+ LM324M 4K7 R37 C37 3 neg12V 11 10 neg12V I+ neg12V 11 R40 10K R22 neg12V 1K0 Average value circuit Fetal_Complex_FH1 {04} Vcc 3 D7 BZX84C5V1 2 3 R5 10K D2 +12V R1 100R 1 BAS16 Tdr_Sense_US1 US1_connected {04} 3 D1 C17 C22 C24 C28 1 BAS16 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF Issue ECN Date C18 C23 C25 C29 1 June 03 D 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 2 PR May 06 D neg12V Fetatrack 360 Ultrasound 1 Circuit Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Lodge Way Drawn: NAS Drg No: Copyright Portskewett. A R34 330K ZSR1000G 27K L4 2 8 2 U6 14 C9 C11 LM324M I.04} U/D 4 neg12V RxSig1 1 +12V 7 6 B CS_Agc_US1 {04} CS VSS VL B 5 4 X9C103 4 6 C7 4 6 U1 Tdr_Sense_US1 R3 L3 I- 680pF 100K 0842 2 U1 7 I. NP26 5PS. LM324M C32 0841 10nF 6 3 47pF 220pF R25 10 1 12 I+ LM324M I+ R32 3 100K C 3 36K 11 C39 3 11 10nF I+ 1 Q1 D 11 1 neg12V neg12V BC848B B 3 neg12V 2 G E Q4 MMBF4416 10K R41 2 S C1 R9 R2 R8 C8 100nF Vcc 100R 10R 1K5 10nF R11 C43 2K2 R26 2K2 100R 47nF R35 100R R39 +12V 1nF C33 2.04} INC VW C19 10nF Vrf1 R18 11 3 180K +12V 2 U/D {02.

NP26 5PS. I- 1 7 9 U5 4 LM324M LM324M I- 10K R63 3 5 8 13 U5 I+ 1 I+ LM324M I- 22K 68K R72 R74 BAS16 11 11 1uF 10 14 D15 I+ LM324M 4K7 C81 R80 C C 3 neg12V 11 12 neg12V I+ neg12V 11 R83 10K R65 neg12V 1K0 Average value circuit Fetal_Complex_FH2 {04} Vcc 3 D16 BZX84C5V1 2 3 R47 10K D10 R42 100R 1 BAS16 Tdr_Sense_US2 US2_connected {04} +12V 3 D8 1 BAS16 C64 C68 C71 C73 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF Vcc 3 Issue ECN Date R48 10K D11 1 June 03 C65 C69 C72 C74 R43 100R 1 D BAS16 2 PR May 06 D 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF Tdr_Sense_FECG FECG_connected {04} 3 D9 1 BAS16 neg12V Fetatrack 360 Ultrasound 2 Circuit Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Lodge Way Drawn: NAS Drg No: Copyright Portskewett.04} INC VW R70 USTx2 100nF 100K 12 J2 2 I+ 2 U/D {01.8MHz Transmitter / Receiver 4 R73 2K2 U4 13 I. AGC 14 C79 1 5 1 FH2_Audio {06} LM324M INC {01. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R79 100K C80 10nF Vrf2 +12V U36 4 1 1 3 +12V R71 USTx2 OUT IN +12V 180K 1 + C62 4 +12V 4 C54 C58 1R 1nF C86 100nF R57 C47 C48 10nF C78 L6 680pF 10uF 2 1nF 470pF 9 U4 4 9 U6 0876 R50 I. UK Name: FETA36~3 Sheet 2 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 . LM324M A C76 0841 10nF 6 3 220pF 220pF R68 10 7 10 I+ LM324M I+ R75 3 100K C 3 36K 11 C83 5 11 10nF I+ 1 Q6 D 11 1 neg12V neg12V BC848B B 3 neg12V 2 G E Q9 MMBF4416 10K R84 2 S Vcc C44 100nF R44 R51 R52 C52 100R 10R 1K5 10nF 100R R54 R78 100R C87 2K2 R69 2K2 47nF R82 U7 +12V C82 + C84 8 3 1nF C77 100uF 100nF VCC VH 1. I- R77 330K ZSR1000G 27K L8 2 8 6 U6 8 A C53 C55 LM324M I. Caldicot Date: ultratec 2003 South Wales.04} U/D C61 Vrf2 11 10nF 3 R61 180K +12V 7 6 CS_Agc_US2 {04} CS VSS VL 4 neg12V RxSig2 1 +12V X9C103 4 5 4 B 6 4 6 U4 B Tdr_Sense_US2 L7 C50 C51 I- R45 680pF 220pF 7 100K 0842 2 U4 7 Tdr_Sense_FECG I. LM324M G 8 3 1 5 3 LM324M I+ C57 10nF 1 2 1 3 11 D I+ C63 S D 10nF Ultrasound Transducer connection R55 11 R59 MMBF4416 neg12V 3 C56 68K 68K Q10 R53 C45 G 1nF neg12V 100nF R46 100K MMBF4416 Q7 100K 2 S 2K2 R62 R58 1 100K D C70 1K0 100nF 4 1 3 R60 RxSig2 C46 1nF G C60 220pF 100nF MMBF4416 Q8 47K R76 L5 2 1K0 C75 S + C67 C85 100nF 0838 R56 10K 10K 10K R64 R66 R67 +12V +12V R81 10K 0u47F 1 BAS16 4 4 +12V C49 D14 6 3 R49 + C59 3 100nF 2 U5 6 U5 4 +12V 10R 0u47F I.

X1 93 48 5 16 AN7 ECLK X2 SDO Serial_In 94 39 AN8 LSTRB/TAGLO 6 15 N/C2 SDI Serial_Out 38 Vcc R/_W 1 7 14 37 INT0 SCLK Serial_Clock 85 IRQ VRH J4 2 36 8 13 86 XIRQ n/c3 n/c4 VRL Vcc 3 9 12 4 INT1 CE RTC_Select +24V {06} Vcc 5 10 11 MC68HC812A4 C171 C172 Gnd sermode Vcc C101 + C103 100nF 100nF 6 R94 DS1305E 100nF 220uF 10K 4 13 D[0] 20 5 13 U15 VDD D0 Aux RS232 NJM3777 12 D[1] D1 Vcc VMM2 VMM1 Vcc 11 D[2] D2 10 3 Phase1 SIGN1 10 D[3] Vcc +12V 4 D3 R109 1 MA1 15 Vcc Phase2 9 D[4] 10K Vcc D4 1 J12 2 2 11 MB1 Dis1 18 8 D[5] SIGN2 D5 J5 2 Vcc 1 3 14 reset 21 Dis2 7 D[6] R90 MA2 D6 3 2 J11 4 8 Aux_connection {04} 10K VR1 6 D[7] U9 U12 U12 23 2 D7 4 3 MB2 17 DA1 aux_signal_control {04} VR2 14 1 3 1 2 3 4 Gnd4 Gnd2 AO A[0] {04} 5 IN OUT LCD_reset 4 E2 C2 E1 C1 RC Gnd3 Gnd1 Motor Drive Output 15 19 NC 6 3 9 7 6 Vcc DA2 22 16 12 19 18 74HCT04D 74HCT04D R108 5 Paper Out Sensor WR CSmotordrive neg12V ZM33064Z U12 Vcc 10K 16 CS 3 Vcc 5 6 20 CS_Toco_Adjust {04. C1.05920MHz U10 87 46 R112 6 J3 AN1 EXTAL EXTAL XTAL 1 20 88 47 16K C100 Vcc2 Vcc1 AN2 XTAL XTAL 22pF Debug Control 89 44 Vcc 2 19 AN3 XFC VBat n/c5 90 51 + AN4 ARST B1 3 18 X1 PF Vcc 91 50 32KHz AN5 IPIPE1/MODB BATT 4 17 92 49 R110 R111 R113 R114 C 3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Vcc D[0:7] {04} C97 C99 C102 C105 C106 C108 C110 C111 C112 C113 C114 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF Vcc +12V 1 2 P1 P2 3 4 P3 P4 WR {04} 5 6 RD P5 P6 CSlcd A R85 R86 R87 R89 7 8 A 100R 100R 100R 100R A[0] {04} P7 P8 LCD_reset D[0] 9 10 D[1] P9 P10 D[2] 11 12 D[3] VR1 P11 P12 250K D[4] 13 14 D[5] P13 P14 LCD contrast control 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K D[6] 15 16 D[7] P15 P16 R100 R101 R102 R103 R104 17 18 LCD_font_select P17 P18 19 20 A[0:16] P19 P20 U13 105 52 A[0] J8 Key[1] PT0 A0 D[0:7] 106 53 A[1] Key[2] PT1 A1 107 54 A[2] Key[3] PT2 A2 Front Panel Display Interface 108 55 A[3] Key[4] PT3 A3 109 56 A[4] Key[5] PT4 A4 Vcc 110 57 A[5] +24V {06} PT5 A5 U16 R88 470R 111 58 A[6] PT6 A6 U14 A[0] 10 11 D[0] A0 D0 1 + C90 112 59 A[7] 1 PT7 A7 A[0] 11 13 D[0] A[1] 9 12 D[1] 220uF A0 O0 A1 D1 J7 2 60 A[8] J6 2 + C91 97 A8 A[1] 10 14 D[1] A[2] 8 13 D[2] Key[1] Rx_Data RXD0 A1 O1 A2 D2 3 100uF 61 A[9] 3 Vcc 98 A9 A[2] 9 15 D[2] A[3] 7 15 D[3] Key[2] Tx_data TXD0 A2 O2 A3 D3 4 62 A[10] 4 99 A10 A[3] 8 18 D[3] A[4] 6 16 D[4] Key[3] Rx_Data_Aux RXD1 A3 O3 A4 D4 5 63 A[11] 5 100 A11 A[4] 7 19 D[4] A[5] 5 17 D[5] Key[4] Tx_Data_Aux TXD1 A4 O4 A5 D5 6 64 A[12] 6 R91 R92 R93 R95 R96 R97 R98 R99 101 A12 A[5] 6 20 D[5] A[6] 4 18 D[6] Key[5] Serial_In SDI/MISO A5 O5 A6 D6 7 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 65 A[13] 7 U11 102 A13 A[6] 5 21 D[6] A[7] 3 19 D[7] KeyOut Serial_Out SDO/MOSI A6 O6 A7 D7 8 66 A[14] 8 Vcc 18 2 103 A14 A[7] 4 22 D[7] A[8] 25 Y1 A1 Serial_Clock SCK A7 O7 A8 9 67 17 3 104 A15 A[8] 29 A[9] 24 Y2 A2 RTC_Select SS A8 A9 10 11 16 4 A16 A[9] 28 A[10] 21 Y3 A3 A9 A10 Front Panel Key Pad Interface 11 12 15 5 3 A17 INC_audio {06} A[10] 24 A[11] 23 Y4 A4 PJ0 A10 A11 12 13 14 6 4 A18 U/D_audio {06} A[11] 27 A[12] 2 Y5 A5 PJ1 A11 A12 13 16 13 7 5 A19 A[12] 3 A[13] 26 Y6 A6 PJ2 A12 A13 Vcc 14 17 12 8 6 A20 CS_Volume {06} A[13] 30 A[14] 1 Y7 A7 PJ3 A13 A14 B 15 18 28 B 11 9 7 A21 A[14] 31 Vcc Y8 A8 PJ4 A14 1 8 20 PJ5 CS J9 23 Printhead interface 1 9 CE 27 Vcc G1 unconnected spare MotorPhase1Zero PJ6 WE 28 D[0] 25 19 10 D0 Vcc OE 22 G2 MotorPhase2Zero PJ7 OE C89 29 D[1] D1 2 100nF U8 VPP ACT541 75 30 D[2] LCD_font_select PH0 D2 2 1 HM62256 V+ C1+ 76 31 D[3] 27256PLC C92 PH1 D3 100nF 77 32 D[4] PH2 D4 6 3 V.05} Toco_A/D_CS {05} D17 100K Vcc Reset reset R123 12K BAS16 1 R106 17 1 R105 100R Vss Vref Aux Signal Connection 74HCT04D 1 J10 1K0 R119 1K0 C94 2 C109 NJU39612E2 R125 R122 1K0 + 3 100nF 4700pf U17 C115 R124 100R R107 reset U12 1u0F 1K0 D18 Motor Control Event Marker C104 9 8 BAS16 1 WR {04} RD 10nF C107 R116 R118 10nF 74HCT04D 1R 1R R120 R121 MotorPhase2Zero D D U12 1R 1R MotorPhase1Zero 11 10 74HCT04D Issue ECN Date U12 1 June 03 13 12 74HCT04D Digital Printer Control and user interface Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Lodge Way Drawn: Drg No: Copyright Portskewett. Caldicot Date: ultratec 2003 South Wales. PH6 15 Pin D-Type Socket 84 PH7 74 1 CSP1 2 RS232_Tx 14 11 73 T1out T1in Tx_data CSP0 3 RS232_Rx 20 7 10 PD0 72 4 T2out T2in Tx_Data_Aux CSD WR {04} 21 5 PD1 71 13 12 CS3 6 R1in R1out Rx_Data_Aux 22 PrintVoltageOn/Off {06} PD2 70 7 8 9 CS2 CSlcd cs_dpr {04} R2in R2out Rx_Data 23 8 KeyOut PD3 69 pox_led_drive_line {04} CS1 CSmotordrive 9 24 Vcc 1 pox_led_drive_line2 {04} PD4 68 debug 10 MAX202E CS0 25 2 J13 R117 1R 11 US2_audio {06} PD5 pox_photo_diode_signal {04} 12 26 EXTAL 3 pox_sensor_type_line {04} US1_audio {06} PD6 C95 13 C98 pox_cable_shield {04} 27 19 33nF X2 4 14 Vcc alarm {06} PD7 BKGD/_TAGHI debug C96 22pF R115 reset pox_signal_shield {04} Vcc 15 40 3n3F 10M Vcc 5 pox_photo_diode_bias {04} RESET reset 11. UK Name: FETA36~3 Sheet 3 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 .6V n/c1 Vccif AN6 IPIPE0/MODA 10K 10K 10K 10K C . 78 33 D[5] PH3 D5 C88 4 81 34 D[6] 100nF C2+ PH4 D6 C93 82 35 D[7] 100nF PH5 D7 RS232 5 83 C2. NP26 5PS.

02} PT1 A1 107 54 ADP[2] CS_Agc_US1 {01} PT2 A2 108 55 ADP[3] Vcc ecg_bleep {06} PT3 A3 U22 109 56 ADP[4] CS_Toco_Adjust {03. NP26 5PS. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Vcc C120 C121 C122 C123 C124 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF A A ADP[0:15] A[0:16] U18 105 52 ADP[0] INC {01.02} PT0 A0 DDP[0:7] 106 53 ADP[1] U/D {01. UK Name: FETA36~3 Sheet 4 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 .05} PT4 A4 110 57 ADP[5] 52 PT5 A5 U21 Vcc 111 58 ADP[6] ADP[0] 7 45 A[0] PT6 A6 U20 ADP[0] 10 11 DDP[0] A0l A0r A0 D0 112 59 ADP[7] ADP[1] 8 44 A[1] CS_Agc_US2 {02} PT7 A7 ADP[0] 11 13 DDP[0] ADP[1] 9 12 DDP[1] A1l A1r A0 O0 A1 D1 60 ADP[8] ADP[2] 9 43 A[2] 97 A8 ADP[1] 10 14 DDP[1] ADP[2] 8 13 DDP[2] A2l A2r pox_serial_output RXD0 A1 O1 A2 D2 61 ADP[9] ADP[3] 10 42 A[3] 98 A9 ADP[2] 9 15 DDP[2] ADP[3] 7 15 DDP[3] A3l A3r TXD0 A2 O2 A3 D3 aux card (FECG) serial communication 62 ADP[10] ADP[4] 11 41 A[4] 99 A10 ADP[3] 8 18 DDP[3] ADP[4] 6 16 DDP[4] A4l A4r Aux_Card_TX RXD1 A3 O3 A4 D4 63 ADP[11] ADP[5] 12 40 A[5] Vcc 100 A11 ADP[4] 7 19 DDP[4] ADP[5] 5 17 DDP[5] A5l A5r Aux_Card_Rx TXD1 A4 O4 A5 D5 64 ADP[12] ADP[6] 13 39 A[6] 101 A12 ADP[5] 6 20 DDP[5] ADP[6] 4 18 DDP[6] A6l A6r Toco_Data {05} SDI/MISO A5 O5 A6 D6 65 ADP[13] ADP[7] 14 38 A[7] R133 102 A13 ADP[6] 5 21 DDP[6] ADP[7] 3 19 DDP[7] A7l A7r Toco_Adjust {05} SDO/MOSI A6 O6 A7 D7 10K 66 ADP[14] ADP[8] 15 37 A[8] 103 A14 ADP[7] 4 22 DDP[7] ADP[8] 25 A8l A8r Toco_Adjust_Clock {05} SCK A7 O7 A8 67 ADP[9] 16 36 A[9] 104 A15 ADP[8] 29 ADP[9] 24 A9l A9r SS A8 A9 11 D[0:7] A16 ADP[9] 28 ADP[10] 21 A9 A10 12 DDP[0] 17 27 D[0] 3 A17 ADP[10] 24 ADP[11] 23 D0l D0r PJ0 A10 A11 13 DDP[1] 18 28 D[1] 4 A18 ADP[11] 27 ADP[12] 2 D1l D1r PJ1 A11 A12 16 DDP[2] 19 29 D[2] 5 A19 ADP[12] 3 ADP[13] 26 D2l D2r PJ2 A12 A13 Vcc 17 DDP[3] 20 30 D[3] 6 A20 ADP[13] 30 ADP[14] 1 D3l D3r PJ3 A13 A14 18 28 DDP[4] 21 31 D[4] 7 A21 ADP[14] 31 Vcc D4l D4r PJ4 A14 B DDP[5] 22 32 D[5] B 8 20 D5l D5r PJ5 CS 23 DDP[6] 23 33 D[6] 9 CE 27 D6l D6r PJ6 WE 28 DDP[0] 25 DDP[7] 24 34 D[7] 10 D0 Vcc OE 22 D7l D7r PJ7 OE 29 DDP[1] D1 2 1 51 VPP CEl CEr cs_dpr {03} 75 30 DDP[2] FECG_Gain PH0 D2 2 50 1 HM62256 WEl WEr WR {03} A1 76 31 DDP[3] 27256PLC 2 FECG_Clock PH1 D3 3 49 A2 BUSYl BUSYr 3 +12V 77 32 DDP[4] A3 FECG_Cont1 PH2 D4 4 48 4 INTl INTr A4 78 33 DDP[5] 5 neg12V FECG_Cont2 PH3 D5 5 46 A5 OEl OEr 6 81 34 DDP[6] A6 FECG_Cont3 PH4 D6 7 A7 82 35 DDP[7] 8 FECG_Cont4 PH5 D7 CY7C131 A8 9 83 A9 toco_select_ip {06} PH6 10 A10 FECG_Signal_complex 84 11 ua_select_ip {06} PH7 74 A11 CSP1 12 A12 ua_signal {06} 73 13 CSP0 A13 20 14 US1_connected {01} PD0 72 A14 Aux_Card_TX CSD 15 21 A15 Aux_Card_Rx US2_connected {02} PD1 71 16 CS3 A16 FECG_Cont1 22 17 Toco_connected {05} PD2 70 A17 FECG_Cont2 CS2 18 23 A18 FECG_Cont3 IUP_connected {05} PD3 69 19 CS1 A19 FECG_Cont4 24 Vcc 1 20 FECG_connected {02} PD4 68 debug2 A20 FECG_Clock CS0 21 25 2 J14 R166 1R A21 FECG_Gain PD5 22 A22 26 EXTAL2 3 23 PD6 C116 A23 C118 24 27 19 33nF X3 4 A24 aux_signal_control {03} PD7 BKGD/_TAGHI debug2 C117 22pF R132 reset2 25 A25 40 3n3F 10M Vcc 5 26 RESET reset2 12MHz A26 27 87 46 R129 6 A27 AN1 EXTAL EXTAL2 XTAL2 28 16K C119 A28 88 47 29 FECG_Signal_complex AN2 XTAL XTAL2 22pF A29 Debug Control 30 89 44 Vcc A30 Vcc AN3 XFC 31 A31 90 51 32 Aux_connection {03} AN4 ARST A32 91 50 Fetal_Complex_FH1 {01} AN5 IPIPE1/MODB P1 92 49 R127 R128 R130 R131 Fetal_Complex_FH2 {02} AN6 IPIPE0/MODA 10K 10K 10K 10K 93 48 C ecg / iup interface card connector AN7 ECLK C 94 39 AN8 LSTRB/TAGLO 38 Vcc R/_W 37 85 IRQ VRH 36 86 XIRQ VRL MC68HC812A4 Vcc 1 16 pox_cable_shield {03} 2 15 pox_photo_diode_signal {03} 3 14 pox_signal_shield {03} Vcc 4 13 pox_photo_diode_bias {03} 5 12 Vcc pox_sensor_type_line {03} R126 6 11 pox_led_drive_line {03} pox_serial_output U19 10K 7 10 pox_led_drive_line2 {03} 1 3 8 9 IN OUT S1 ZM33064Z pulse oximeter interface reset2 D D Issue ECN Date 1 June 03 2 PR May 06 Fetatrack 360 Digital Signal Processing Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Lodge Way Drawn: NAS Drg No: Copyright Portskewett. Caldicot Date: ultratec 2003 South Wales.

neg12V 4 toco dc excitation 5.3V toco_signal_return neg12V 14 2 LM324M I. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A A 10K R138 +12V 4 U23 2 I. NP26 5PS.5V 4 neg12V LM336M 9 U23 4 I- MAX549 VM 8 LM324M 10 Toco_Adjust_Clock {04} I+ 11 neg12V C C R143 220K 10K R149 47K 10K R141 R145 R140 R150 10K 10K R152 Auto Zero Control 10K Vcc +12V 3 C127 R136 100nF 10K D21 R134 100R 1 BAS16 tdr_sense_toco Toco_connected {04} 3 C128 D19 100nF 1 BAS16 Vcc neg12V Issue ECN Date 3 1 June 03 D R137 D 10K D22 R135 100R 1 BAS16 tdr_sense_iup IUP_connected {04} 3 D20 1 BAS16 Fetatrack 360 Toco Circuit Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Lodge Way Drawn: NAS Drg No: Copyright Portskewett. Caldicot Date: ultratec 2003 South Wales. UK Name: FETA36~3 Sheet 5 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 .3 toco_signal {06} toco_ua_signal {06} B C132 B toco filter gain = 2 100nF 3 D23 2 BZX84C5V1 +12V Vcc Vcc Toco_VRef 8 C125 5 U26 U24 I+ 100nF R144 7 470R TL072 R147 100K R151 10K R153 10K 1 8 GND VDD 6 I- 2 7 OUTA REF VP 4 8 3 6 C126 +12V CS_Toco_Adjust {03. Vcc 1 toco_positive_exe LM324M U27 10K 10K R139 R142 3 +12V I+ 1 8 11 VDD SCLK Toco_Adjust_Clock {04} C129 100nF 4 C133 2 7 100nF AIN CS Toco_A/D_CS {03} 220K R158 neg12V U23 6 3 6 I. Toco_VRef SHDN DOUT Toco_Data {04} 33K 7 4 5 R155 1 toco_negative_exe LM324M REF GND 4K7 C131 toco_positive_exe R146 100nF 5 +12V J16 2 I+ C134 toco_negative_exe 4 11 100nF MAX1243 R154 10K 3 13 U23 4 toco_signal_return I. Adc 5 tdr_sense_toco 12 1 I+ TL072 6 100K 330K R156 R157 tdr_sense_iup 11 3 1K0 C130 I+ Toco_VRef U26 R159 neg12V 1uF 8 Toco Connector +12V toco input amplifier gain = 3.04} CS OUTB U25 1uF 10K R167 R187 4 5 5R R148 1K0 1K0 Toco_Adjust {04} DIN SCLK 2.

000uF C155 1uF A G1 3 R175 R177 Adj 100K 100K 1uF R182 1 3 4 4 AC2 DC. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 U33 GBU4A Q13 LM338T AC Power Input RFD8P05SM +24V {03} S D 1 2 1 3 2 AC1 DC+ Vin Vout 3 2 J17 2 C147 C161 A 10. V+ alternate versions of L10 and L11 require different pinout neg12V 5 12 C153 Gnd VL 10nF 6 11 FH2_Audio {02} S4 S3 FH1_Audio {01} 7 10 U32 D4 D3 LT1076CQ +12V L11 100uH 8 9 1 2 US2_audio {03} IN4 IN3 5 4 VIN VSW 1 DG211 + C154 R183 + US1_audio {03} R171 R172 220uF C163 C165 12K 330uF 100nF D26 22R 22R 2 10BQ040 ecg_bleep {04} alarm {03} GND VC FB 2K7 1uF R184 3 2 1 R190 C170 1K0 15K R161 + C144 C148 C142 1000uF 100nF 1u0F R179 2K7 C C C138 R185 100nF 2K2 C156 Vcc 330K 10nF 2 R169 7 C159 + 22uF 100V Q14 L12 100uH FZT751 1 2 C E 100R 9 R160 IN+ U30 C152 120uF 2 3 6 1 J18 1 TDA2614 2 neg12V 27K 15K U28 + R165 R168 B C141 C143 + 8 2 100nF 100nF C135 C136 8 3 IN. UK Name: FETA36~3 Sheet 6 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 . 100R D24 C157 R178 100nF Vcc 22K VR2 2K R170 3 3 C 1K0 C Q12 1 Q11 1 PrintVoltageOn/Off {03} BC848B B BC848B B 2 10K 2 E R173 E 1 C145 L9 100nF U31 22uH LT1076CQ Vcc L10 100uH 1 2 2 5 4 VIN VSW + + 1 C150 R180 C158 C160 220uF 2K7 330uF 100nF C146 D25 2 B toco_ua_signal {05} 100nF B 10BQ040 U29 GND VC FB R181 3 2 1 1 16 2K2 toco_select_ip {04} IN1 IN2 ua_select_ip {04} 2 15 D1 D2 R176 3 14 2K7 toco_signal {05} S1 S2 +12V ua_signal {04} NOTE 4 13 Vcc V. NP26 5PS. Caldicot Date: ultratec 2003 South Wales. R174 BZX84C5V1 10uF 1 10R D29 C167 3 2 TL072 + 10K U/D_audio {03} U/D 47K + R164 R162 100nF 3 +12V C149 C139 I+ 120uF 7 6 U34 A CS_Volume {03} CS VL 2 VSS BZX84C10V0 8 +12V X9C103 D30 4 8 3 5 U34 I+ 7 TL072 6 I. Issue ECN Date 4 1 June 03 D R188 R189 2 PR May 06 D 1K0 1K0 neg12V Power supplies and Audio circuit Ultrasound Technologies Ltd Lodge Way Drawn: NAS Drg No: Copyright Portskewett. C164 C168 D27 100uF 100nF VCC VH C151 100nF 22uF 100V R186 100nF 1 100nF 10BQ040 + C166 4K7 1nF 5 C140 3 4 Speaker C137 100nF R163 1k2 2 1 5 2 neg12V INC_audio {03} INC VW I.