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BS-300 Chemistry Analyzer

Service Manual
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Preface

Who Should Read This Manual


This manual is written for service professionals authorized by Mindray.

Conventions Used in This Manual

Safety Symbols
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When you see Then


WARNING: Read the statement following the symbol. The
statement is alerting you to an operating hazard
that can cause personal injury.
Read the statement following the symbol. The
BIOHAZARD: statement is alerting you to a potentially
biohazardous condition.

CAUTION: Read the statement following the symbol. The


statement is alerting you to a possibility of
system damage or unreliable results.
Read the statement following the symbol. The
NOTE: statement is alerting you to information that
requires your attention.

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must not be used for any other purposes.

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Contents
Preface........................................................................................................................................... i
Who Should Read This Manual .............................................................................................. i
Conventions Used in This Manual .......................................................................................... i

1 Specifications.................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1 System Feature ................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Loading System Feature ..................................................................................... 1-1
1.3 Analysis System Feature..................................................................................... 1-2
1.4 Others .................................................................................................................. 1-2

2 System Installation ........................................................................................................... 2-1


2.1 Check before Installation ..................................................................................... 2-1
2.2 Installation Procedure.......................................................................................... 2-1

3 System Descriptions ........................................................................................................ 3-1


3.1 Dispensing System.............................................................................................. 3-1
3.1.1 Probe assemblies................................................................................. 3-1
3.1.2 Disk assemblies ................................................................................... 3-2
3.2 Feeder ................................................................................................................. 3-4
3.2.1 Feeder assemblies ............................................................................... 3-4
3.2.2 Manipulator........................................................................................... 3-5
3.3 Temperature Control System............................................................................... 3-6
3.3.1 Temperature control assembly ............................................................. 3-6
3.3.2 Reagent preheating.............................................................................. 3-7
3.3.3 Reagent refrigeration............................................................................ 3-8
3.4 Photometric System ............................................................................................ 3-8
3.5 Fluid System ........................................................................................................ 3-9
3.6 ISE Module (optional) ........................................................................................ 3-10

4 Functions of Boards......................................................................................................... 4-1

4.1 Main Control Board.............................................................................................. 4-1


4.2 Power Drive Board .............................................................................................. 4-2
4.3 A/D Conversion Board......................................................................................... 4-2
4.4 Reagent Refrigeration Board............................................................................... 4-2
4.5 Level Detection Boards ....................................................................................... 4-3
4.6 Feeder Connection Board ................................................................................... 4-3
4.7 Manipulator Connection Board ............................................................................ 4-3
4.8 Probes Connection Board ................................................................................... 4-4
4.9 Power Supply Assembly ...................................................................................... 4-4

5 Maintenance and Service................................................................................................. 5-1


5.1 Replacing Light Filter Assembly .......................................................................... 5-1
5.2 Replacing Optical Fiber ....................................................................................... 5-4
5.3 Adjusting Reaction Disk, Manipulator and Feeder .............................................. 5-7
5.4 Adjusting Probes and Disks................................................................................. 5-9
5.5 Replacing the Filter Assembly5-10

5.6 Replacing Components of ISE Unit (optional) ....5-13

5.6.1 Replacing Tubing................................................................................5-13


5.6.2 Replacing Pumps ............................................................................... 5-15

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5.6.3 Replacing ISE Module........................................................................ 5-15

6 Software Introduction....................................................................................................... 6-1


6.1 System Software.................................................................................................. 6-1
6.1.1 System initialization.............................................................................. 6-1
6.1.2 Shutdown processing ........................................................................... 6-2
6.2 Control Software .................................................................................................. 6-2

7 Service Flow ...................................................................................................................... 7-1


7.1 Fluid Level Detection Failure of Reagent Probe.................................................. 7-1
7.2 Fluid Level Detection Failure of Sample Probe ................................................... 7-2
7.3 Liquid Dropping From Probes.............................................................................. 7-3
7.4 Failing to Detect Level of Water for Washing Exteriors ....................................... 7-4
7.5 Abnormal Results ................................................................................................ 7-5
7.5.1 All Results Being Abnormal .................................................................. 7-5
7.5.2 Some Results Being Abnormal............................................................. 7-5
7.5.3 Several Results Being Abnormal.......................................................... 7-6
7.6 Insufficient Light Intensity of Lamp ...................................................................... 7-7
7.7 Temperature Control Failure................................................................................ 7-8
7.8 Bar Code Scanner (optional) Failure................................................................... 7-9
7.9 Feeder Failure ................................................................................................... 7-11
7.9.1 Transducer Distribution of the Feeder................................................ 7-11
7.9.2 Feeder Failure .................................................................................... 7-12
7.9.3 Manipulator Failure............................................................................. 7-13
7.10 Troubleshooting of ISE Unit (optional)...............................................................7-13

8 Mechanical Structure ....................................................................................................... 8-1

9 Tools and Parts ................................................................................................................. 9-1


9.1 Service Tools ....................................................................................................... 9-1
9.2 Parts .................................................................................................................... 9-1

10 Maintenance And Test Software.................................................................................... 10-1


10.1 General .............................................................................................................. 10-1
10.2 Command .......................................................................................................... 10-3
10.2.1 Single Command Area ....................................................................... 10-3
10.2.2 Macroinstruction Area....................................................................... 10-10
10.3 PARA and Speed ............................................................................................. 10-13
10.4 Temperature..................................................................................................... 10-19
10.5 Photoelectric .................................................................................................... 10-20

Appendix A Boards Connection Diagrams .............................................................................. A-1

Appendix B Test Points of Boards ............................................................................................ B-1

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1 Specifications

1.1 System Feature


Dimension: 980mm 710mm 1200mm (W D H)
Weight: 175kg
Power supply: AC100-130V 10% or 200-240V 10%
Input power: 1000VA
System: optional, multi-channel, multi-test
Scope: Clinical chemistries
Test types: end-point, kinetic and fixed-time. All support double-reagent and
double-wavelength
Calibration type: Linear (single-point, two-point and multi-point), Logistic 4P,
Logistic 5P, Exponential 5P, Polynominal 5P, Parabola, Spline

QC rules: Westgard multi-rule, X -R, Cumulative sum check, Cumulative error,
Twin-plot
Tests analyzed simultaneously: 48 (single-reagent) / 24 (double-reagent); if the
ISE unit (optional) is connected, 3 (Na, K and Cl included) or 4 (Na, K, Cl and Li
included) tests are added
Throughput: maximum 300tests/h; if the ISE (optional) is connected, maximum
420tests/h (Na, K and Cl included) or maximum 480 tests/h (Na, K, Cl and Li
included)

1.2 Loading System Feature


Sample volume: 3l~45l; Precision: 0.5l; for the ISE (optional), 70l serum,
70l plasma, 140l diluted urine
Sample disk: general sample disk, including the inner circle and the outer circle
Sample tube position: 60 positions, including 6 calibrator positions, 3 control
positions, 5 for STAT sample positions; 5 virtual disks for maximum 300 samples
Sample probe: with a built-in level detector; equipped with auto safeguard;
capable of tracking sample level
Washing function: automatically washing interior and exterior of sample probe;
carryover no more than 0.1%
Pre-dilution: 4 dilution rate 150, taking reaction cuvettes as the container

Reagent volume: 30-450ul; Precision: 1ul


Reagent disk: including the inner circle and the outer circle
Reagent position number: 25/50 reagent positions. Each reagent position is
available for containing one Hitachi 7060 bottle, one Hitachi 7170 bottle, one
Mindray inner-circle 50mL bottle, one Mindray outer-circle 50mL bottle, one
Mindray Outer-circle 20mL bottle, one Mindray Inner-circle 40mL bottle, one
Mindray Outer-circle 40mL bottle or one Mindray Outer-circle 62mL bottle
Reagent probe: One independent probe which has a built-in level detector; is
equipped with auto safeguard and capable of tracking reagent level

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Specifications

Washing function: automatically washing interiors and exteriors of reagent probes;


carryover no more than 0.1%

Mixing bar: for single-reagent tests, it functions after sample dispensing; for
double-reagent tests, it functions after the dispensing of the sample and the
second reagent.

1.3 Analysis System Feature


Lamp house: 50w lamp
Light splitting mode: Splitting by optical fiber, filtering by an interference filter.
Half band-width: 102nm
Wavelength: 340, 405, 450, 510, 546, 578, 630, 670, 700nm
Absorbance range: -0.1~5, 10mm optical path conversion
Reaction cuvette: 5 6 25mm, optical path 5mm. Material: PP, disposable.
Volume: 750uL
Reaction liquid volume: 180-500l
Max. reaction time: 20 minutes
Reaction temperature: 370.3 with fluctuation of 0.1

1.4 Others
Operating system: Windows 2000 or Windows XP
Display: optional
System interface: RS-232
Printer: optional
Built-in bar code scanner: optional
ISE module: optional

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2 System Installation

NOTE:
The analyzer should be installed or moved to another place by
Mindray-authorized personnel only.

2.1 Check before Installation


The user should provide the environment that meets the requirements mentioned in
the Operation Manual. Check if the environment meets the requirements before
installing the analyzer. Refer to the chapter 2 of the Operation Manual for details.

2.2 Installation Procedure


1 Ensure available installation fields and environments in hospitals.
2 Confirm the reagents and calibrators.
3 Go to the installation field, and then check the delivery list for acceptance.
4 Install the four handles on the four angles of the analyzer. Move the analyzer
to the installation field, fix the casters, and then remove the handles.
5 Install the computer, display and printer.
6 Open the front plate, and check whether cable connections are loose. Open
the top plate, check whether the probe assemblies, reagent disk and sample
disk are intact and in good performance.
7 Connect the communication cable, power cable, grounding wire, waste tank
and deionized water tank. Install the used-cuvette bucket, reagent probe,
sample probe and mixing bar.
8 Top up the deionized water tank with deionized water.
9 Use syringe to inject water into the filter, and connect filter to the cap
assembly of the DI water tank.
10 Put reaction cuvettes in the feeder. Remember to check whether the surfaces
of the cuvettes are smooth. In case of any bump, remove it before loading the
cuvette to the compartment. Do not touch the light transmission part of the
cuvette in which the colorimetric reading is taken.
11 Load acid and alkaline detergents to positions 46 and 47, and distilled water
to positions 49 on the reagent disk. Load distilled water to position 60 on the
sample disk.
12 Switch on the analyzer as follows: POWER ANALYZING UNIT POWER
display computer printer.
13 After Windows is started, double-click the icon of BS-300 on the desktop to
start the system software. The system program will automatically finish the
self-test, become online and warm up the reaction cuvettes within about 30
minutes.

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System Installation

14 Select the [System/Status] menu, and then observe the system status and
record it in the table below:
Feeder status Unconnected Full Half full Empty
Reaction disk
temperature
Reagent disk
temperature
Ambient temperature
Waste tank status Abnormal (full) Normal (not full)
Detergent status Abnormal (empty) Normal (available)
Printer status No printer Normal
Main control unit Unconnected Idle Running
Reaction disk unit Unconnected
Reagent disk unit Unconnected
Sample disk unit Unconnected
Loading/unloading unit Unconnected
Temperature control Unconnected
unit
Lamp
Network connection Unconnected

Wavelength Dark current Light source base


340
405
450
510
546
578
630
670
700
Reference light system
15 Select the [System/Maintenance] menu. Then select the Motion tab page,
and implement all sub-steps of each unit to see whether they are normal. In
case of any exception, adjust it.
16 Wash the interiors and exteriors of the sample probe, reagent probe and
mixing bar for several times to make the fluid circuit filled.

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System Installation

17 Set parameters for test, reagent and calibration under the Parameters menu.
18 Request for calibration and samples, run and then debug the results.
19 After debugging the results, fill them in the table below:
Test ALT CREA BUN
Target value
2sd range
Test value 1
Test value 2
Test value 3
Test value 4
Test value 5
Test value 6
Test value 7
Test value 8
Test value 9
Test value 10
20 Training
Can the user complete daily tests? Yes No
Is the user familiar with the analytical methods such as Yes No
kinetic, two-point, endpoint?
Is the user familiar with the daily, weekly and monthly Yes No
maintenance and relevant maintenance methods?
Is the user skilled in washing dust screens? Yes No
Is the user skilled in cleaning and replacing the probes Yes No
and the mixing bar?
Is the user skilled in replacing the plunger assemblies Yes No
of syringes?
Is the user familiar with replacing the filter? Yes No
Is the user skilled in replacing the lamp? Yes No
Is the user skilled in maintenance of built-in bar code Yes No
scanner?
Is the user skilled in maintenance of ISE unit? Yes No
Does the user know the positions, roles and Yes No
preparation methods of distilled water and acid and
alkaline detergents?

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3 System Descriptions
The BS-300 analyzer consists of the analyzing unit, operation unit and output unit.

The analyzing unit consists of the dispensing system, feeder, temperature control
system, photometric system and fluid system.

3.1 Dispensing System


The dispensing system consists of the probe assemblies (including the reagent
probe assembly, sample probe assembly and mixing bar assembly), reagent disk,
sample disk and reaction disk.

3.1.1 Probe assemblies


Among the probe assemblies, the mixing bar assembly is the same as the reagent
probe assembly and the sample probe assembly, except that the knurled axis is
30cm shorter.

3-1
System Descriptions

Every probe assembly has a horizontal photoelectric switch and a vertical


photoelectric switch. These switches are used for defining horizontal and vertical
initial positions of probe assemblies. The horizontal and vertical step motors
precisely control the horizontal and vertical movements of the probe assemblies, and
the synchronizing belts serve as the gearing.

The shaft and the bushing must corporate with each other precisely, so they cannot
be used confusedly.

3.1.2 Disk assemblies


The three disk assemblies are different in their coders. The coder corresponds to the
position where disks should stop. There is an initial-position mark under every coder.
The three coders of the three disks have three coder transducers. Each transducer
has two photoelectric switches for inducing the rotation and initial position of the
disk.

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System Descriptions

The step motors control the disk assemblies, and the synchronizing belts serve as
the gearing.

There is a build-in bar code scanner to the left of the sample disk. The scanner is
optional.

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System Descriptions

Build-in bar code scanner Sample probe assembly

3.2 Feeder
The feeder consists of the feeder assemblies and the manipulator. It is designated to
send cuvette segments to the reaction disk, take out the used ones and abandon
them to the used-cuvette bucket.

3.2.1 Feeder assemblies


The feeder assemblies include the gearing assembly, cuvette compartment
assembly, cuvette-pushing assembly and no-cuvette detection assembly (see the
following figure).

The supporting plate of the feeder assemblies is a square piece of steel that is
connected to the analyzing unit by its four poles, which are secured by four nuts.
Unscrewing the nuts, you can disassemble the feeder assemblies from the analyzing
unit easily.

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System Descriptions

There are five transducers that are shown in the figure below.

The no-cuvette transducer is used to detect whether there is a cuvette segment at


the loading position. The insufficient-cuvette transducer is used for determine
whether there are less than 10 reaction cuvettes in the compartment or not. If yes,
the analyzer will give a prompt.

Pressure Transducer

No-Cuvette
Transducer

Cuvette-Pushing Cuvette-taking limit


Insufficient-Cuvette
Limit Transducer transducer
Transducer

3.2.2 Manipulator
Two step motors (horizontal and vertical) supply power for horizontal and vertical
movements of the manipulator.

The upper finger and lower finger are same in their structures. They work together to
replace used cuvette segments with new ones.

The manipulator runs in a relatively complicated way. There are four transducers on
it: vertical transducer, horizontal transducer and two finger transducers.

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System Descriptions

3.3 Temperature Control System

3.3.1 Temperature control assembly


The temperature control assembly of the reaction disk consists of the
temperature-controlled pot, heat-insulating sheath/plate, top heater, bottom heater,
reaction disk/cuvettes, photoelectric seat, temperature transducer, fan and control
circuit.

1: Temperature transducer and the support


2: Fan
3: photoelectric seat
4: Heat-insulating sheath
5: top heater
6: Cover
7: temperature-controlled pot
8: bottom heater

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System Descriptions

Upper heater: square in shape, 220/110VAC, 125W

Lower heater: ring in shape, 220/110VAC, 350W

Total power: 475W.

The function of heaters is to compensate the heat for incubating the reagent and for
maintaining the temperature of the temperature-controlled chamber.

Fans are used in series in the temperature-controlled chamber. It makes the air
circulating in the chamber, and enhances the convective heat exchange. There are
four fans in the chamber. All have the alarm function.

The temperature transducer feeds back the air temperature at the position several
millimeters from the bottom of the reaction cuvette.

The overheat protection switch is to switch off the power when the temperature
controller does work and the temperature-controlled chamber reaches 55, so as to
avoid overheat or fire. When the temperature-controlled chamber becomes 35,
this switch will automatically be reset.

3.3.2 Reagent preheating


The preheating assembly consists of two aluminum plates, a Teflon tube having nine
loop sections, heating components, transducer, temperature protection switch,
thermal conductive colloid, a section of tube and the reagent probe.

The temperature of the thermal source of the preheater is controlled at 45. The
initial temperature of the reagent is 4 ~ 10 when it is taken out of the refrigeration
chamber. When the reagent passes the heater, its temperature increases to 35.
Then the reagent is added into the reaction cuvette and the preheating process is
finished.

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System Descriptions

3.3.3 Reagent refrigeration


The refrigeration module consists of refrigeration cabin, PU heat-insulating sheath,
reagent disk, reagent bottle, temperature transducer, refrigeration flakes, heat
sinking component, fan and control circuit. The refrigeration module is shown in the
following figure.

The refrigeration assembly consists of fan, hot-end radiator, POM connector,


cold-end heat-conductive aluminum block, and PELTIER refrigeration flake. Each
analyzer has two such refrigeration assemblies, as shown in the figure below. The
cold-side of the refrigeration flake clings to the refrigeration compartment, and the
hot-side clings to the radiator (The side having letters should cling to the refrigeration
aluminum block).

Each refrigeration flake corresponds to a heat-sinking block and a cooling fan. It


should be installed with the cold side upward.

3.4 Photometric System


The photometric system consists of a measurement photometric system and a
reference photometric system. The measurement photometric system provides 9
monochromatic lights to measure the absorbance of the reacting liquid in the rotating
reaction cuvettes. The reference photometric system compensates the
measurement photometric system to make the measurement more accurate.

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System Descriptions

Tungsten-halogen Plano
Plano
lamp
Biconvex
lens Main fiber convex

convex lens Cuvette Filter lens Photodiode

Fibers


Measurement
. lights
.
.
Photodiode

light
Reference

3.5 Fluid System


The fluid system is shown in the following figure.

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System Descriptions

As shown in the figure above, the fluid system consists of interior washing and
exterior washing.

The syringe assembly controls the aspiration volume by controlling the travel of the
sample/reagent syringe. It is the core part of the fluid system.

3.6 ISE Module (optional)


The ISE module that is used to measure the concentration of K+, Na+, Cl- and Li+ in
serum, plasma and urine consists of ion-selective electrodes, peristaltic pumps and
calibrants.

Calibrant B Calibrant A
ISE Pump W Pump A Pump B

Waste

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System Descriptions

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4 Functions of Boards
The analyzer is integrated with the following boards:

Main control board


Power drive board
Sample level detection board
Reagent level detection board
A/D conversion board
Ten photoelectric conversion boards (340nm, 405nm, 450nm, 510nm, 546nm,
578nm, 630nm, 670nm, 700nm and reference light)
Reagent refrigeration board
Power supply assembly
Manipulator connection board
Feeder connection board
Probes connection board

PC
Power supply assembly
PFC board Level detection boards
12V&5V board
24V board Transducers
ISE power supply board Main control board

Reagent
Power drive board refrigeration board

A/D conversion board Build-in sample bar ISE module


code scanner
10 photoelectric
conversion boards Step motors Heaters of reaction Lamp Peltiers
DC motors disk
Pumps, valves Reagent pre-heater transducers

4.1 Main Control Board


The main control board is the control center of the whole hardware system. It
consists of the control circuits of 6 functional units (including main control unit,
photoelectric unit, reagent unit, sample unit, loading/mixing unit, temperature control
unit). Each functional unit has an MCU. They communicate in the multi-unit mode
and thus compose the whole control system.

The functions of the main control board are:

communicating with the PC through the RS232, receiving and analyzing


instructions from the PC and sending data to the PC.
controlling photoelectric conversion through the interface with the A/D conversion
board, reading and saving data from the A/D conversion board.
outputting control signals of each unit through the interface with the power drive
board.

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Functions of Boards

receiving signals of fluid level detection and bump collision through the interface
with the level detection boards.
detecting signals from temperature transducers and controlling temperature of the
reaction disk and reagent preheating.
receiving signals from position transducers, deionized water transducer and waste
transducer and controlling the transducers.
controlling the built-in sample bar code scanner, reading the data and sending it to
the PC.
controlling the ISE module, reading the results and sending them to the PC.

4.2 Power Drive Board


The main functions of the power drive board are to receive the control signals from
the main control board and control drive components. The block diagram of the
power drive board is shown in the figure below.

to 13 step motors to 2 DC motors


Control signals from
Main Control Board
to 2 solenoid valves to 3 pumps to 2 magnets

to 2 heaters of to reagent
to lamp power
reaction disk preheating

4.3 A/D Conversion Board


The 10 photoelectric conversion circuits convert the intensity signals of the lights
transmitting through the reaction cuvettes to electric signals, and then transmit them
to the A/D conversion board through a 5-core shielded cable. Photoelectric
conversion boards for different wavelengths have different gains and cannot be
replaced by each other.

The A/D conversion board filters and amplifies the 10 channels of electric signals
output from the photoelectric conversion boards, transmits them through the
multi-way gating switch to the A/D converter and then sends them to the main control
board for further processing.

4.4 Reagent Refrigeration Board


The circuits of the reagent refrigeration board include the refrigeration circuit and the
fan circuit.

The refrigeration circuit is needed to work continuously, so it is powered separately.

The control objects of the reagent refrigeration board include:

Reagent refrigeration: 2 PELTIER components, 4 fans.

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Functions of Boards

Heat sink system for the whole device: 3 lamp-cooling fans, 4 temperature control
fans of the reaction disk.

4.5 Level Detection Boards


The level detection boards that include sample level detection board and reagent
level detection board are used to detect the fluid level of sample and reagent
separately. When the analyzer aspirates reagents/samples, the probes dip into the
liquid to a specific depth, so as to avoid carryovers that have impacts on test results,
and to avoid air aspiration when the reagent/sample is insufficient.

4.6 Feeder Connection Board


The feeder connection board transfers the signals between the feeder transducer
and the main control board, and connects the power drive board and the loading
motor (DC).

Connections:

Connector Connected with


J91 Front transducer
J92 Back transducer
J93 Intermediate transducer
J94 No-cuvette transducer
J95 Pressure transducer
J96 Motor control wire (connected with the power drive board)
J97 Motor control wire (connected the motors)
J98 Cuvette-loading button
J99 Connection wire of the main control board

4.7 Manipulator Connection Board


The manipulator connection board transfers the signals between the manipulator
transducer and the main control board, and connects the power drive board and the
electromagnet.

Connections:

Connector Connected with


J101 Horizontal loading position transducer
J102 Vertical loading position transducer
J103 Electromagnet-closing transducer of the lower hand

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Functions of Boards

Connector Connected with


J108 Electromagnet-closing transducer of the upper hand
J104 Drive wire of the electromagnet of the upper hand
J105 Drive wire of the electromagnet of the lower hand
J106 Drive wire of the electromagnet (connected with the power drive
board)
J107 Connection wire of the main control board
J109 Safeguard transducer (reserved)
J110 Safeguard transducer (reserved)

4.8 Probes Connection Board


The probes connection board transfers the signals between the sample/reagent level
detection board and the main control board, inputs the temperature signals, outputs
the reagent preheating signals, and transfers the signals between the power drive
board and the mixing motor (DC).

Connector Connected with


J200 Interface of the sample level detection board
J201 Interface of the reagent level detection board
J202 Interface of the mixing motor (DC)
J203 Sample detection signal interface of the main control board
J204 Reagent detection signal interface of the main control board
J205 Temperature control signal interface of the reaction disk
J206 Reagent preheating signal interface
J207 Interface of the power drive board

4.9 Power Supply Assembly


The power supply assembly consists of three boards: PFC board, 24V board,
12V&5V board and ISE (optional) power supply board.

The functions of the PFC board include:

AC/DC conversion;
Supplying the +390V and VDD voltage to the 24V board and the 12V&5V board;
Supplying stable 12V voltage for the lamp;
Supplying control signals of the analyzing unit switch to control the C12V, 5V and
24V outputs.

The 24V board converts the 390VDC current transmitted from the PFC board to the
separated 24VDC outputs through the forward converter.

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The 12V&5V board converts the 390VDC voltage from the PFC board to B12V,
C12V and 5V voltages through the forward converter.

The ISE power supply board converts the 12V of the reagent refrigeration board to
24V that provides power supply for the ISE unit (optional).

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5 Maintenance and Service

WARNING:
Before disassembling or assembling the analyzing unit, ensure the
POWER is placed to OFF.
The probe tip is sharp and can cause puncture wounds. To prevent
injury, exercise caution when working around the probe.

BIOHAZARD:
Wear gloves and lab coat and, if necessary, goggles.
Dispose of the waste in accordance with your local or national
guidelines for biohazard waste disposal.

CAUTION:
Please use Mindray-recommended consumables. Other consumables
may decrease the system performance.

Refer to the BS-300 Chemistry Analyzer Operation Manual for details about

unclogging the sample probe


unclogging the reagent probe
replacing the sample probe
replacing the reagent probe
replacing the mixing bar
replacing the plunger assembly of syringe
replacing the lamp

5.1 Replacing Light Filter Assembly


The light filter and optical assembly are fixed in the supporting sleeve. The back end
is compacted and enclosed with the photoelectric amplification board and the screen
gland. Generally, the supporting sleeve is replaced together with the filter and optical
assembly.

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Figure 5-1 Light filter assembly

Lens
Screw Shield Box
Lens Seat
Filter Gasket
Gasket Photoelectric
Flat Spring Conversion Board

Supporting Sleeve

WARNING:
Before operating, ensure to place the POWER (main switch) to OFF.

1 Unscrew (counter clockwise) the two cap screws on the screen gland
whose wavelength is to be replaced.

2 Open the cover of the A/D conversion board, and unplug the plug
corresponding to certain wavelength.

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3 Take out the photoelectric conversion board and the supporting sleeve.

4 Keep the photoelectric conversion board upward, and loosen the two
retaining screws on it.

5 Keep the photoelectric conversion board upward, and pull the photoelectric
amplification board out of the supporting sleeve.

6 Unpack the new supporting sleeve containing the optical assembly. Be sure
to keep the top side (where to assemble the photoelectric amplification
board) of the supporting sleeve upward.
7 Install the original photoelectric conversion board onto the new supporting
sleeve, and then fasten the two retaining screws.
8 Install the screen gland, and fasten the retaining screws.

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9 Connect the photoelectric conversion board to the A/D conversion board,


and assemble the cover.

WARNING:
When replacing the light filter assembly, do not touch the optical
assembly in the supporting sleeve and the photoelectric receiving tube
of the photoelectric conversion board by hand.
The light filters and the photoelectric conversion boards are in
one-to-one relationship. Do not disarrange them.

5.2 Replacing Optical Fiber

WARNING:
Before operating, ensure to place the POWER (main switch) to OFF.

1 Unscrew the four screws on the supporting pillars of the cuvette feeder, and
remove the cuvette feeder.

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2 Unscrew the four screws on the reaction disk cover, and open the reaction
disk cover.
Attention should be paid to the power cable of the upper heater when the
reaction disk cover is being opened.

3 Take out two cuvette segments in a diagonal with the needle-nose pliers to
make two spaces for disassemble the colorimetric disk.

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4 Unscrew three M3 cap screws, and then disassemble the colorimetric disk.

5 Use an M3 cap screwdriver to loosen the retaining screws of the optical


fibers on the colorimetric clamp and the reference light support.

6 Take out the optical fibers one by one, and fix the optical components in the
colorimetric clamp by fastening the screws slightly.

Screw of the reference light

7 Draw out all the nine optical fibers from the reaction compartment.

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8 Loosen the M3 cap screw (used for retaining optical fibers) on the lamp
housing, and then draw out the optical fibers.

9 Put nine of the ten branches of the new optical fiber into the reaction disk
from its bottom one by one, loosen the retaining screw, insert the optical
fiber to the end, and then fasten the retaining screw.
10 Fix the reference light optical fiber.
11 Fix the optical fiber of the lamp housing.
12 Put the colorimetric disk back and fix it.
13 Put the reaction disk cover back and fix it.
14 Install the cuvette feeder and fix it.

CAUTION:
When replacing the optical fiber, ensure that its bending radius is no
less than 20cm. Otherwise, the optical fiber will be damaged.

5.3 Adjusting Reaction Disk, Manipulator and Feeder

NOTE:
Debug the lower arm first (The relation between the lower arm position
and the reaction cuvette position is very important.), and then the upper
arm. When debugging the lower arm, move the cuvette compartment
aside.

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1 Disassemble the cuvette feeder, and adjust the circular position of the
reaction disk (through the initial position transducer of the reaction disk) to
the standard position (The finger of the lower arm points to the center of the
slot between reaction cuvette segments).

2 Horizontally adjust the manipulator to the standard position (The finger of


the lower arm can work on reaction cuvettes well, and it should be 0.2mm
away from the nearest point of the reaction cuvette).

3 Vertically adjust the manipulator the standard position (The finger of the
lower arm can work on reaction cuvette well, and the finger support of the
lower arm should be 0.15mm above the reaction cuvette.).

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4 Run the manipulator to the position for taking new cuvettes, and
horizontally adjust the reaction cuvettes in the feeder. When catching a
cuvette, ensure a clearance of 0.4mm ~ 0.6mm between the finger of the
upper arm and the cuvette, and center them.

5.4 Adjusting Probes and Disks

NOTE:
Adjust the positions of the three probes and reaction cuvettes, and then
others.

1 Adjust the working position of the reagent probe (To minimize the
cumulative error, ensure that the reagent probe return to the initial position
before each adjustment.) as follows:
A For the reagent discharging position, ensure the reagent probe is in
the center of the reaction cuvette and the probe tin is 2 ~ 3mm away
from the bottom of the reaction cuvette.
B Adjust the position of the initial-position transducer of the reagent
disk. Ensure the mouths of reagent cuvettes in the inner and outer
circles fit the reagent disk cover well.
C Adjust the washing position of the reagent probe. Ensure the reagent
probe is in the center of the wash well and the probe pin is 5mm
away from the bottom of the wash well. If necessary, adjust the
position of the wash well.
D Adjust the reagent probes position on the outer circle of the reagent
disk. Ensure the reagent probe is in the center of the hole of the outer
circle.
E Adjust the reagent probes position on the inner circle of the reagent
disk. Ensure the reagent probe is in the center of the hole of the inner
circle.
2 Adjust the working position of the sample probe (To minimize the
cumulative error, ensure that the sample probe return to the initial position
before each adjustment.) as follows:
A For the sample discharging position, ensure the sample probe is in
the center of the reaction cuvette and the probe tin is 2 ~ 3mm away
from the bottom of the reaction cuvette.
B Adjust the position of the initial-position transducer of the sample
disk. Ensure the mouths of sample cuvettes in the inner and outer
circles fit the reagent disk cover well.

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C Adjust the washing position of the sample probe. Ensure the sample
probe is in the center of the wash well and the probe pin is 5mm
away from the bottom of the wash well. If necessary, adjust the
position of the wash well.
D Adjust the sample probes position on the outer circle of the sample
disk. Ensure the sample probe is in the center of the hole of the outer
circle.
E Adjust the sample probes position on the inner circle of the sample
disk. Ensure the sample probe is in the center of the hole of the inner
circle.
3 Adjust the working position of the mixing bar.
A Switch off the analyzing unit first, and then rotate the mixing arm to
see if its rotation radius is proper. If the mixing bar cannot reach the
center of the reaction cuvette, adjust the position of the mixing bar on
the mixing arm properly.
B Disassemble the mixing arm, and then switch on the analyzing unit to
run the reaction disk and stop it at any cuvette. Hold the mixing arm
by hand, and fix it at the center of the reaction cuvette.
C Vertically adjust the mixing bars position in the reaction cuvette.
Ensure the mixing bar tip is 1 ~ 2mm away from the bottom of the
reaction cuvette.
D Adjust the washing position of the mixing bar. Ensure the mixing bar
is in the center of the wash well and about 5mm away from the
bottom of the wash well. If necessary, adjust the position of the wash
well.
4 In the engineering adjustment software, select the Debug instruction
menu, and rotate the reaction disk for one lap. Dive probes and mix the
reactant at every position or every several positions to see if the three
probes interfere with any reaction cuvette (Command 61). If the mixing bar
knocks the side or the bottom of any cuvette, repeat Step 3.

5.5 Replacing the filter assembly


1 Remove cap assembly from the DI water tank and place it on a clean
desktop. Carefully remove the filter assembly from the cap assembly.

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2 Inject water into the new filter assembly through the big adapter by using
the syringe. When water wells up from the small adapter, the injection is
completed. Purpose: increase the weight of the filter assembly to make
it sink to the bottom of the water tank.

3 Connect the new filter assembly to the tubes of the cap assembly.

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4 Expel air from the filter assemby

1) Connect the DI water tank assembly to the analyzer (pay


attention to the color of the adapters). Put the assembly into the
water tank and make sure that the filter sink smoothly to the tank
bottom and does not twist with the floater connecting rod. Tighten
the cap of the DI water until secure.

2) Place the Main Power and Power of the analyzer to ON. Turn on
the computer and start the operating software.

3) Reset 10 times (click Motion and then select Others, click Reset
Mechnical Parts) to expel the air in the filter assemby and the
tubes.

4) Check for large amount of buubles in the outlet tube. If yes, continue the
resetting process; if not, the air expelling is completed.

5 The installation is completed.

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5.6 Replacing Components of ISE Unit (optional)

5.6.1 Replacing Tubing

NOTE:
(1) Fluidic tubing can be divided into the following six types.
W1 with two adapters connects the ISE module and the pump W.
Pump module

ISE module

Reagent module to be
placed here

Pump tubing adapter

Pump tubing

Pump head

Pump B Pump A Pump W

Fluidic tubing adapter

W2 connects the reagent module and the pump W.


A1 (B1) with one adapter connects the sample entry port and the pump
A (pump B).
A2 (B2) with two adapters connects reagent module and the pump A
(pump B).
They are different in length and W1, A2 and B2 are not directional
when they are installed.
Usually the adapter has not been mounted to the fluidic tubing, so you
have to do it by hand. The tubing should be mounted to a short metallic
tube on the adapter. For convenience, the connecting end of the tubing
can be dipped into hot water for several seconds.
(2) Pump tubing is used around a pump head. It has one adapter on
each end that makes connection with the fluidic tubing easy.

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5.6.1.1 Replacing Fluidic Tubing W1 and W2

1 Place the POWER to OFF.


2 Open the ISE unit door.
3 If you want to replace the W1, unscrew the screw of the ISE module and
take off the cover.
4 Put out the fluidic tubing W2 and insert it into a container such as a cup that
is used to contain the waste solution flowing from the W2.
5 Start the analyzing unit and the system software.
6 Enter the ISE Maintenance screen of the system software.
7 Click the Maintenance button several times until there is no solution
flowing out from the W2.
8 Place the POWER to OFF.
9 If you want to replace W1, pull out its two adapters directly from the waste
pump tubing adapter and the right angle adapter that is fixed to the
compression plate.

Right angle adapter

The side matches


the adapter of
fluid tubing W1

The side with a recess


matches the compression
plate of the ISE module.

Note that when pulling out the fluidic tubing adapter, in order not to release
the right angle adapter, you can hold the right angle adapter with a finger.
After that, install a new W1. For W2 exchange, it just needs to replace the
W2 with a new one.
10 If you want to replace the W2, replace it with a new one. Otherwise, insert
the W2 back to the reagent module.
11 Place the POWER to ON.
12 Enter the System Maintenance screen of the system software.
13 Select the Others tab and click the Download Settings button.
14 Enter the ISE Maintenance screen.
15 Click the A purge button to observe if there is solution leaking out. If there
is solution leaking out, repeat from the step 4 to install the tubing again.
16 Install the cover of the ISE module if it has been taken off.
17 Close the ISE unit door.

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5.6.1.2 Replacing Fluidic Tubing A1, A2, B1 and B2

1 Place the POWER to OFF.


2 Take off the panel under the sample disk and you can see the shielding box
and the peristaltic pumps.
3 Open the ISE unit door.
4 Take out the reagent module.
5 Put the fluidic tubing W2 in a container such as a cup that is used to contain
the fluid flowing out from the W2.
6 Start the analyzing unit and the system software.
7 Enter the ISE Maintenance screen of the system software.
8 If you want to replace A1 or A2, click the A purge button. If you want to
replace B1 or B2, click the B purge button.
Repeat this step for several times until the received data indicates that the
Calibrant A or Calibrant B has air bubble in it.
9 Place the POWER to OFF.
10 Replace the tubing with a new one.
Note that before installing the A1 or B1 to the sample entry port, you can
dip the connecting end of the A1 or B1 into hot water for several minutes to
make the following procedures easily performed.
11 Start the analyzing unit.
12 If the system software is not running, start it. Otherwise, enter the System
Maintenance screen of the system software, select the Others tab and
click the Download Settings button.
13 Enter the ISE Maintenance screen of the system software.
14 If you have replaced A1 or A2, click the A purge button. If you have
replaced B1 or B2, click the B purge button.
Repeat this step for several times until the received data indicates that the
Calibrant A or Calibrant B has no air bubble in it.

5.6.1.3 Replacing Pump Tubing

1 Place the POWER to OFF.


2 Open the ISE unit door.
3 Pinch one adapter of the pump tubing and take it out from the tubing shelf.
Then take off the whole tubing.

Tubing shelf

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4 Put one adapter of the new pump tubing onto the tubing shelf and make the
tubing around the pump ahead, then put the other adapter onto the shelf
with a little strength.
5 Start the analyzing unit and the system software.
6 Enter the ISE Maintenance screen.
7 Click the Pumps button to see if the calibration of pump is correct. If not,
repeat the upper steps.

5.6.2 Replacing Pumps


1 Place the POWER to OFF.
2 Take off the pump tubing around the pump head.
3 Disconnect the cable and the pump motor.

Cable

Pump motor

4 Unscrew the four screws around the pump head.


5 Pull out the pump directly.
6 Put a new pump on the pump shelf, tighten the screws, connect the cable
and pump motor, and then put the pump tubing around the pump head.
7 Start the analyzing unit and the system software.
8 Enter the ISE Maintenance screen.
9 Click the Pumps button to see if the calibration of pump is correct. If not,
repeat the upper steps.

5.6.3 Replacing ISE Module


Some times there is something wrong with the components in the ISE module such
as sample entry port, bubble detector, PCB and so on. In these cases, the ISE
module should be replaced according to the following procedure.

1 Place the POWER to OFF.


2 Take off the panel under the sample disk and you can see the shielding box
and the pumps easily.
3 Open the ISE unit door.
4 Start the analyzing unit and the system software.
5 Enter the ISE Maintenance screen.

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6 Click the Maintenance button.


7 Place the POWER to OFF.
8 Unscrew the screw of the ISE module and take off the cover.
9 Take off all electrodes from above to below.
10 Disconnect the right angle adapter and the compression plate.
11 Disconnect the cable.
12 Unscrew the four screws that fix the ISE module to the shielding box. Then
take out the module from the shielding box.
13 Put a new ISE module to the shielding box. Then connect the cable and
install the electrodes sequentially. At last mount the right angle adapter to
the compression plate.
14 Install the electrodes sequentially.
15 Enter the System Maintenance screen of the system software.
16 Select the Others tab and click the Download Settings button.
17 Enter the ISE Maintenance screen.
18 Click the A purge button to see if there is solution leaking out. If there is,
take off the electrodes and install them again.
19 Check if the new ISE module can work normally.

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6 Software Introduction
The software of BS-300 analyzer is composed of the system software and the control
software.

6.1 System Software


The system software can, according to the requirements and inputs of users,
generate a work schedule (instruction sequence), control the units of analyzing unit in
the sequence of instructions in the work schedule, receive photoelectric data,
response messages or execution results from the analyzing unit, output them to the
PC screen or the printer. With these outputs, users can obtain correct test results.

According to different functions, the entire PC software system can be divided into the
following parts:

System Initialization
This part includes the initialization of the PC operating system, the initialization of the
communication between the PC and analyzing unit, and the controls of analyzing unit
reset.

Control system
This part includes the formation of the work schedule, instruction data sending and
receiving.

GUI
This part includes the requests for tests (routine tests, emergency tests, calibration
tests and QC tests), the observation of test status (status of the reaction disk, sample
disk and reagent disk), test management, calibration management, QC management,
result query, alarm management and the help system.

Shutdown Processing
This part includes the resets of sub-units.

6.1.1 System initialization


To initialize the PC operating system,

Check the PC operating system. The system software must run under Windows
2000 or Windows XP. Otherwise, the system will prompt that the system software
cannot run under other operating system, and then the system software system
exits automatically.
Check the current screen resolution for the operating system. The system software
must run under the resolution of 1024 768. Otherwise, the system prompts to
reset the resolution before restarting the system software and exit the system
software.
Disable the screen protection program. The system software must keep displayed
while running. To prevent the screen protection program from disturbing users in
the operating and observing processes, disable it.
Lock the keyboard. When running, the system software will lock some key
combinations to prevent users from starting any other program and conducting any

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other operation. In this case, users cannot switch over to any other program or
print the current screen.
Check whether there is any username and password of the
maintenance/debugging personnel in the registry. The system software has the
debugging function. Only the authorized maintenance/debugging personnel can
enter the debugging window and maintain or debug the system and the host. For
the confidentiality, the username and password are saved in the registry. If they
are unavailable in the registry, the system will re-write the default username and
password into the registry.

To initialize the communication and the units auto-check,

Set serial ports and initialize them, including such parameters as the baud rate,
data bit, start bit, stop bit, parity bit, transmitting/receiving buffer, control protocol
and so on. In addition, start the serial port receiving thread.
Handshake for communication. Send a handshake instruction to the analyzing unit.
If the analyzing unit responds to this instruction (namely, send back a handshake
instruction to the PC), it indicates the PC handshakes with the host successfully. If
the host fails to respond to handshake instruction, it will re-send the handshake
instruction back in a specific period. If it fails for continuously three times, the
system will prompt to exit the system software. If you ignore that and continue to
enter the system software, all tests cannot be conducted under the system.
Check whether the printer is connected. If not, the system will prompt to connect it.
Send an instruction for querying the auto-check results of the units, check the
auto-check result of each unit. (The units are auto-checked when the analyzing
unit is started, and the auto-check results are stored in the main unit.) In case of
any fault data in the auto-check result of any unit, the system will prompt to switch
off the analyzing unit and check the faulty unit.

6.1.2 Shutdown processing


In the BS-300 Chemistry Analyzer Control System window, click the Exit button.
The Confirm dialog box appears. If you click OK, the system will

Switch off the lamp;


Unload all reaction cuvettes;
Wash the fluid tubing;
Reset all units;
Unlock the keyboard;
Prompt to exit the operating system and shut down the PC.

6.2 Control Software


The analyzing unit can be functionally divided into the following units: photoelectric
unit, reaction disk unit, reagent disk unit, sample disk unit, reagent probe syringe unit,
sample probe syringe unit, mixing bar unit, loading and manipulator unit, temperature
control unit, fluid tubing unit and reagent refrigeration unit. The functions of those
units are listed in the following table.

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Unit Function
Main unit Receives macroinstructions from the PC, decomposes them
into a series of action instructions, and then delivers the
action instructions to destination sub-units (in specific order)
at a certain interval.
Monitors the status of other units, and transmits data
collected by the photoelectric unit to the PC.
Photoelectric Photoelectrically detects, amplifies and converts the solution
unit in reaction cuvettes, and stores A/D converted data at the
twin port FIFO for the main unit to read and transmit them to
the PC.
Reaction disk Contains 80 cuvette No.
unit
Runs the reaction cuvette with the specified No., following
the instruction of the main unit, to the reagent dispensing
position, sample dispensing position, mixing position, and
photoelectric detection position at all wavelengths.
Reagent disk Contains 50 bottle positions.
unit
Carries reagents, and runs the reagent bottles with specified
No., following the instruction of the main unit, to the reagent
aspirating position.
Sample disk Contains 60 tube positions in the inner and outer circles.
unit
Carries samples, and runs the sample tubes with specified
No., following the instruction of the main unit, to the sample
aspirating position.
Reagent probe Receives instructions from the PC, and controls the reagent
syringe unit probe in aspirating a specific volume of reagent from the
reagent bottle and dispensing it to the specified reaction
cuvette.
Sample probe Receives instructions from the PC, and controls the sample
syringe unit probe in aspirating a specific volume of sample from the
sample tube and dispensing it to the specified cuvette.
Mixing bar unit Receives instructions from the PC, and controls the mixing
bar in mixing the solution in the cuvette that has been run to
the mixing position.
Runs the mixing bar to the wash well, and wash it after each
mixing process to avoid carryover.
Loading and Controls the cuvette feeder and manipulator.
manipulator
unit The feeder assembly is responsible for detecting whether
there are enough reaction cuvettes in the cuvettes
compartment and pushing reaction cuvettes to the position
for the manipulator to take cuvettes.
The manipulator is responsible for taking reaction cuvettes
from the reaction disk, placing them into the used cuvette
bucket, taking new reaction cuvettes from the cuvette
compartment, and putting them on the reaction disk.

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Unit Function
Temperature Controls the reaction disk temperature, reagent probe
control unit preheating temperature and fluid tubing.
Note: The reaction disk temperature should be kept at 37,
the heating cavity of the reagent probe should be preheated
to 45 .
Fluid tubing unit Controls the fluid tubing in washing the reagent probe,
sample probe and mixing bar.
Reagent Refrigerates the reagent chamber and controls its
refrigeration temperature between 4 ~ 10.
unit

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7 Service Flow

WARNING:
Before disassembling or assembling the analyzing unit, ensure the
POWER is placed to OFF.
The probe tip is sharp and can cause puncture wounds. To prevent
injury, exercise caution when working around the probe.
When you disassemble or replace any board, ensure to wear antistatic
gloves.

BIOHAZARD:
Wear gloves and lab coat and, if necessary, goggles.

7.1 Fluid Level Detection Failure of Reagent Probe

Surface detection signal transmission error: The surface detection


board does not have the working voltage, or when the probe touches
the surface, the indicator of the surface detection board is normal, but
there is always a host alarm indicating surface detection failure.
Possible cause: The patch cord for the reagent surface detection is
disconnected, or the connector is not well connected.

Surface detection signal processing error: When the probe touches


the surface, the indicator of the surface detection board is normal, the
connection between the main control board and the surface detection
The
board is normal, and no surface detection signal reaches the main
reagent
control board, but there is always a host alarm indicating surface
probe
detection failure.
cannot
Possible cause: Main control board.
detect
the
surface Power failure: The working voltage of the surface
on the detection board is 12V. In case of no power supply, the
reagent surface detection signal cannot be generated.
disk Possible cause: Disconnection; the connector is not well
connected; there is no 12V output from the main control
board.
Surface
detection
The surface Probe failure: The detection terminal has a changeable
failure of
detection capacitance. Loose exterior or interior of the probe, the
reagent
signal fails sealing-off of the probe connecting wire and the probe
probe(Th
to be breakage will result in unsteady voltage or obvious
e reagent
generated voltage changes. In this case, the capacitance signal
probe
by will be unavailable or exceed the range of the surface
does not
capacitance detection board.
detect
change. Possible cause: Reagent probe assembly, connector.
the
surface
on the Surface detection board failure: When there is no probe
reaction failure, but the indicator is always on, or the indicator is
disk.) not on when the probe touches the surface, there must
be a surface detection board failure.
Troubleshooting: Replace the surface detection board.

The
When this failure occurs, the sample probe cannot detect
reagent
the surface at the reaction disk, but there is no alarm at
probe mis-
the reagent unit. For details, see Surface Detection
detected
Failure: Sample Probe.
the surface

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7.2 Fluid Level Detection Failure of Sample Probe


No reagent in the reaction disk: The reagent probe mis-
detects the surface, aspirates air and dispenses into the
reaction cuvette. Therefore, the reagent unit CPU fails to
make any judgment. In this case, the sample probe cannot
detect the surface when dispensing the sample into this
The sample reaction cuvette.
probe cannot Possible cause: Surface detection failure of the reagent probe
detect the
surface at the insufficient reagent: The reagent probe aspirates less reagent
reaction disk. than the set volume. As a result, the sample probe cannot
detect the surface at the preset height.
Possible cause: The reagent is prepared in the bottle, the
reagent syringe is not fixed, leakage occurs in the tubing of
the reagent probe, or there are bubbles in the reagent.

Position correction parameter error of the sample probe: In


case of such an error, the sample probe cannot reach the
surface in the steps.
Troubleshooting: Re-correct the sample probe position.

Surface Surface detection signal transmission failure: When the probe


detection touches the surface and stops, the indicator of the surface
failure of detection board is on for about 2 seconds. The output signal
the of the surface detection board switches normally, but there is
sample always a host alarm indicating that no surface is detected.
probe Possible cause: The patch cord for detecting the sample
surface is disconnected, or the connector is not well
connected.
The sample Signal processing failure of the main control board: When the
probe cannot probe touches the surface, the indicator works normally. But
detect the there is always a host alarm indicating that no surface is
surface at the detected. Ensure that the sample surface detection signal is
reaction disk. transmitted to the relevant connector of the main control
board.
Possible cause: Main control board failure

Surface detection signal failure: The indicator of the surface


The sample detection board is not on or always on when the sample
probe mis- probe touches the surface.
detects the
surface (In Surface mis-detection at the sample disk: In this case, there
this case, will be no alarm, but the sample probe fails to aspirate the
there will be sample, and the test result and reaction curve become
no alarm, but abnormal.
test results Possible cause: Sample probe, surface detection board,
will become surface detection patch cord.
abnormal. On
the reaction Surface mis-detection at the reaction disk: In this case, there
curve, you will be no alarm, but there is residual sample on the sample
can see that probe tip, and drops on the table when the probe leaves the
no sample is reaction disk.
added.) Possible cause: The sub-unit software is later than V1.7, or
the sample probe is not in the center of the reaction cuvette.

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7.3 Liquid Dropping from Probes

Tubing leakage due to the abraded syringe


piston
Drips drop from the sample probe
Troubleshooting: Replace the syringe or the
due to fluid tubing leakage. In this
syringe piston
case, there will be liquid dropping
onto the table widely, and there may
be liquid dropping even when the
The reagent probe takes liquid from the
sample probe is static.
reaction disk.
The reagent probe did not detect the surface at
the reaction disk, and dispenses the reagent at
the corresponding height. If the reagent probe
cannot touch the surface at the position for
dispensing reagent, the last reagent drop will
be taken out by the reagent probe.
Possible cause: The probe arm is installed at a
too high position; the position of the sample
probe has not been corrected; the syringe is
loose; there are bubbles in the reagent bottle.

The sample probe takes liquid from the reaction


disk.
Troubleshootin The sample probe detects the surface and
g for the liquid stops immediately. Then it dispenses the
dropping from sample at 1mm under the surface. If the
the reagent reagent probe mis-detects the surface, the
probe and dispensed sample will fail to be added into the
sample probe. reagent, but taken at the probe tip and drops
when the probe is moving. As a result, some
Drips drop from the sample probe
test results become abnormal.
due to surface detection failures. In
Possible cause: There are bubbles in the
this case, most liquid drop on the reaction cuvette; the sample probe is not in the
area between the reaction disk and
center of the reaction cuvette, and its position
the wash well.
has not been corrected.

Drips taken from the reagent disk or sample


disk and dropping from probes
Such failures are usually followed by alarms
indicating that no surface is detected at the
reagent/sample disk. The reagent/sample
probe does not aspirate reagent/sample, but
the reagent/sample probe will stretch out to the
bottom of the reagent bottle/sample tube due to
surface detection failures. As a result, reagent/
sample liquid will be taken on the exterior of
the probe and drop while the probe is moving.

Probe being bent


Troubleshooting: Replace the probe.

Smudges on the sample probe absorb some


liquid and drop it while the probe is moving.
Troubleshooting: Cleaning the sample probe.
Other failures
Probe driving assemblies are not assembled
well, resulting in probe jittering and liquid
dropping in the vertical movements.
Troubleshooting: Adjust or replace the probe
driving assemblies.

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7.4 Failing to Detect Level of Water for Washing Exteriors

Surface detection signal failure:


See relevant resolutions for the
surface detection failure.

No water in the wash water tank: Users


can see this failure in the alarm
information detergent empty. In case of
no alarm information, check whether
there is any problem in the detergent tank
cover assembly.

Failing to
Detect the Pump damaged: In this case, there will
Surface of be no water in the three wash wells.
the Water Troubleshooting: Replace the pump.
for
No water in the
Washing
wash well
Exteriors Tubing blocked: In this case, there will be
insufficient water for washing exteriors,
the three water flows are not the same, or
there will be no water in any of the three
wash wells.
Possible cause: The unidirectional valve
is blocked, or the detergent entrance is
blocked.

The tube is disconnected.


Possible cause: The tube is degraded, or
other causes.
Troubleshooting: Connect the tubes
again.

Reagent or sample probe.


Solution: Replace a probe

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7.5 Abnormal Results

7.5.1 All Results Being Abnormal

No sample or insufficient sample is added.


In this case, it can be seen on the reaction curve that
the absorbance has not increased in the period for
adding the sample. The reaction curve is even, and
many results are 0.
Possible cause: Sample probe blocked, tubing
leakage, syringe not fixed, valve not shut tightly.
All results are
lower than
normal
results.
The reaction is not thorough.
If the sample is not mixed uniformly with the reagent,
All test the reaction will not be thorough, and the light cannot
results are detect the changes of the absorbance.
abnormal Possible cause: The mixing bar did not mix the
reacting liquid.

Some results
are higher,
and some are The volumes of dispensed sample are not the same.
lower, with In this case, it can be seen from the reaction curve
bad that the response is proportional to the volume of the
repeatability. sample.
Possible cause: Tubing leakage, valve not shut
tightly, or cuvette segments not cleaned well.

7.5.2 Some Results Being Abnormal

Good repeatability
Troubleshooting: Re-calibrate it.

Bad repeatability
Observe the reaction curve, and find the possible
causes.

Some test results are


abnormal.
All test results are approaching to 0.
Observe the reaction curve first.
Possible cause: The lamp base of corresponding
wavelength exceeds 65535; the photoelectric
detection unit fails to detect the change of
absorbance, reagent failure and optical fiber
disconnection.

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7.5.3 Several Results Being Abnormal

Several test results are too low.


In this case, observe the reaction curve first.
Possible cause: Drips dropping from the sample
probe

Several test results are


abnormal
Several test results suddenly become too high.
In this case, observe the reaction curve first.
Possible cause: There are bubbles in the current
cuvette; the mixing bar knocks the cuvettes.

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7.6 Insufficient Light Intensity of Lamp

Insufficient Light
Intensity of the Lamp

Record the lamp background value and gain

Measure and record the lamp background value and gain

Lamp background values of all Lamp base values of several


channels decreases. channels decreases

Replace lamb
Estimate whether the
lamp has worked for
2000h (lifetime),
replace Lamb Replace the lamp.
Check whether the AD value of the
channel whose lamp vase value is
YES
smaller increases obviously.
YES

NO

Adjust the gain parameter to make the Replace the lamp with
lamp base AD values of all channel the original lamp
lamps increase to about 62000.

Replace the photoelectric transducer


assembly, and then check whether the
lamp base value increases obviously.
YES

Replace the NO
photoelectric
transducer assembly.
Change the positions with the
smaller fiber end, and check
whether the lamp base value
YES
Remove the fault alarm Replace the optical increases obviously.
fiber
NO

Check whether the photometric


system (such as the lens)
Clean the corresponding to the fiber channel
photometric system YES is covered with dirt or the like. (If
(such as the lens) yes, clean it.) Then check whether
the lamp base value increases
obviously

Note:

Do not adjust the photoelectric gain parameter in case you have no idea about the
cause for the alarm indicating insufficient light intensity of the lamp.

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7.7 Temperature Control Failure

Temperature control failure

Query and record the


fault log codes and
descriptions.

Monitor the temperature


curve.

Obtain the current


temperature control Enable and disable the
parameter, and check temperature control function
whether it is the same as the repeatedly for 2 ~ 3 times
factory parameter.

Replace the
Check whether the temperature
temperature NO
transducer is normal.
transducer.
yes

Replace the heating Check whether the heating


NO
assembly. resistance is normal.
YES

Restart the analyzer and then


check whether it is normal.

1 To monitor the temperature curve


A In the BS-300 Chemistry Analyzer Control System window, select
the [System/Temperature] menu. A dialog box appears. Enter
BS300DEBUG and MINDRAY respectively in the User Name and
Password text boxes. Then click OK to enter the Temperature
Control Curve window.
B Set a proper temperature range for observing the change of the
temperature curve, and then click the Start button.

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C Minimize the Temperature Control Curve window for future


observation at any time.
D After that, print or snap the temperature curve and then return it to
the headquarters together with the service work report.
2 To measure the impedance of the temperature transducer
A Switch off the BS-300 analyzer.
B Open the left side plate of the BS-300 analyzing unit to expose the
main control board.
C Unplug J45 (reagent preheating temperature transducer), and
measure the resistance between PIN1 and PIN3 with a multimeter.
The relation between the resistance and the temperature is: 25
/1100, 38.5/1145, 45/1170, 50/1170.
D Unplug J44 (reaction disk temperature transducer), and measure the
resistance between PIN1 and PIN3 with a multimeter. The relation
between the resistance and the temperature is: 25/1100, 38.5
/1145, 45/1170, 50/1170.
3 To measure the resistance of the heater
A Measure the impedance of the reagent preheater in the following
procedures:
Unplug J24 (power driving board)
Measure the impedance between PIN1 and PIN2. Reagent preheater
(BA30-10-06626)/24.6 to 28.5.
B Measure the impedances of the upper and lower heaters of the
reaction disk in the following procedures:
Disconnect the connecting wire from P406 of the power patching
board.
Measure the impedances of the upper and lower heater:
For 220V heaters: Upper heater: 348.5 - 425.9,
Lower heater: 124.2 - 151.8;
For 110V heaters: Upper heater: 87.1 - 106.5,
Lower heater: 31.1 - 38.0;

7.8 Bar Code Scanner (optional) Failure

WARNING:
Light sent by the bar code scanner may hurt your eyes. Do not stare
into the laser beam from the bar code scanner.

If the bar code scanner cannot emit laser, you can service it according to the following
steps.

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1 Place sample tubes with bar code labels that meet the requirements
mentioned in the operation manual.
2 Restart the analyzer.
3 Enter the Scanner Setup & Maintenance screen of the system software.
4 Enter the Maintenance tab.
5 Enter the sample position range in the Sample Position field and click the
Step Scan button. Observe if the scanner can emit laser. If not, click the
Laser on button. If the scanner still cannot emit laser, go to the next step.

If the bar code scanner emits laser normally but is failed in reading, you can service it
according to the following steps.

1 Place the ANALYZING UNIT POWER to OFF.


2 Place sample tubes with bar code labels that meet the requirements
mentioned in the operation manual.
3 See if the window on the sample department is stained. If so, clean the
window with absolute alcohol-dipped gauze and go to the next step. If not,
go to the step 8.
4 Restart the analyzer.
5 Enter the Scanner Setup & Maintenance screen of the system software.
6 Enter the Maintenance tab.
7 Enter the sample position range in the Sample Position field and click the
Step Scan button. Observe the scanning procedures to see if the scanner
can read the bar codes. If not, go to the next step.
8 Enter the Setup tab.
9 Select all symbologies but do not select any Check or Length.
10 Enter the Maintenance tab.
11 Click the Scan button to see if the scanner can read the bar codes. If not,
go to the next step.
12 Place the test fixture to the position 28 on the sample disk.
13 Click the Mechanism button at the System Maintenance screen to reset
all mechanical parts. If the laser from the scanner cannot reach the bar
code through the slit on the test fixture, adjust the screws on the brackets
until the laser from the scanner can reach the bar code.

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Bracket 1

Bracket 2

14 If the scanner cannot read the bar codes successfully, replace the bar code
scanner. If the new scanner cannot read the bar code, you need to check
the bar code labels the user used.

7.9 Feeder Failure

7.9.1 Transducer Distribution of the Feeder

Pressure Transducer

No-Cuvette
Transducer

Cuvette-Pushing Cuvette-taking limit


Insufficient-Cuvette
Limit Transducer transducer
Transducer

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7.9.2 Feeder Failure

1. The cuvette-taking limit signal has not been


detected.
The trolley moves
2. The belt is too tight, so the motor cannot run.
backward to the
Troubleshooting:
end, but does not
1. Check whether the voltage is 0 when the
move forward.
cuvette-taking limit optical coupler is blocked.
Possible causes:
2. Adjust the position of the motor to loosen the
belt.

1. The moving resistance is too large, so the


trolley fails to compact the cuvette segment, but
the pressure transducer has been blocked.
2. The sliding block falls off, resulting in large
The trolley moves
friction.
forward and stops
Feeder failure 3. The motor cannot work normally.
before compacting
symptom 4. The belt is too tight.
the cuvette
Troubleshooting:
segment
1. Clean the guiding axis of the trolley.
2. Replace the sliding block assembly.
3. Replace the motor.
4. Loosen the belt.

1. The no-cuvette transducer has not been


pressed completely, so the system deems that
the cuvette compartment is empty, and the
The trolley keeps
trolley moves back for cuvette segments.
moving backward
Troubleshooting:
and forward
1. Adjust the position of the no-cuvette
transducer.
2. Replace the feeder assemblies.

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7.9.3 Manipulator Failure


The signal of the vertical optical coupler
has not been detected after the motor
runs for specified steps.
Possible causes:
1. The resistance of the lead screw is too
Troubleshooting:
large (frequently).
1. Lubricate the
Manipulator vertical- 2. The optical couplers for the vertical
lead screw after
movement error: initial position cannot work (scarcely).
cleaning it.
Cannot reach/leave the 3. The vertical motor of the manipulator
2. Replace
initial position. cannot work (scarcely).
relevant
4. The optical coupler connector is not
assemblies.
connected well (infrequently).
5. The power driving board cannot work
(infrequently).
6. The main control board cannot work
(scarcely).

The upper hand of the 1. The snap ring of the manipulator is not 1. Adjust the
manipulator cannot flexible (infrequently). positions of the
close/open. 2. The coupler of the upper finger cannot upper hand and
Direct cause: work any more (scarcely). the feeder/
The finger signal has 3. The upper hand of the manipulator is reaction disk.
not been detected after not arranged well with the position of the 2. Replace the
the electromagnet of feeder/reaction disk (frequently). manipulator (Its
the manipulator is 4. The coupler connector is not position must be
switched on. connected well (infrequently). adjusted).

Manipulator
Failure 1. The operator has added too many
cuvette segments into the feeder (behind
the trolley). When the trolley moves 1. Press the
backward, the jaw is pressed back by the cuvette-taking
The lower hand of the cuvette segments; when it moves forward key after adding
manipulator cannot again, the hand fails to open in time, so cuvette
close/open. the jaw may press one side of the trolley segments into
Direct cause: only. As a result, the cuvette segment at the feeder.
The finger signal has the front fails to corporate with the upper 2. Adjust the
not been detected after hand of the manipulator well (frequently). positions of the
the electromagnet of 2. The lower hand of the manipulator fails lower hand and
the manipulator is to corporate with the reaction disk reaction disk.
switched on. position well (frequently). 3. Replace the
3. The snap ring of the manipulator is not manipulator (Its
flexible (infrequently). position must be
4. The lower hand coupler of the adjusted)
The upper/lower hand manipulator cannot work any more
of the manipulator (scarcely).
accidentally closes/
opens.
Direct cause:
After the manipulator is
switched on, the finger
coupler signal is Troubleshooting:
1. The snap ring of the manipulator is not 1. Replace the
received, but the signal flexible (frequently).
changes suddenly manipulator (Its
2. The finger coupler of the manipulator position must be
while the manipulator cannot work any more (scarcely).
is moving. adjusted).

7.10 Troubleshooting of ISE Unit (optional)


When there is something wrong with the ISE unit, an error code will be displayed at
the screen and saved in the log. The error code of the ISE unit has a format of 7
ASCII characters, the format of which is <1234567>.

Each digit represents a certain error.

Digit 1: Air in sample, Calibrant A, Calibrant B, Bubble Detector, mV range.


Digit 2: Sample/Calibrant B mV range.

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Digit 3: mV out of range for Calibrant A in Sample Cycle, or Calibrant B in Urine


Cycle.
Digit 4: Noise in mV of Calibrant B in Calibration Cycle, or Sample mV during a
Sample Cycle.
Digit 5: mV Noise in Calibrant A of the Calibration Cycle, or Sample Cycle, mV
Noise in Calibrant B of the Urine Cycle.
Digit 6: mV Drift of calibrant A.
Digit 7: Slope of Sample value is out of range.

Each row represents where the error locates in.

You can find all the seven numbers in the table below digit by digit and then know
what is wrong with the ISE unit. 0 means no error.

For example, when you see <0001000>, you only need to find where the 1 locates
in the Digit 4 column and you will see it locates in the Na+ row. So you will know the
cause of this error is the noise in mV of Calibrant B or sample related to the Na+
electrode.

Error Digit 1 Digit 2 Digit 3 Digit 4 Digit 5 Digit 6 Digit 7


Air/ mV Out mV Out mV mV Cal A Out of
Hardwa Calib/S Cal A in Noise Noise Drift Slope/
re ample Calib/S Cal Cal A in in Machin
ample B/Samp Calib/S Sample e
Mode, le ample Mode, Ranges
Cal B in Mode, Cal B in
Urine Cal B in Urine
Mode Urine Mode
Mode
Air in S 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sample/Urine
Air in Calibrant A A 0 0 0 0 0 0
Air in Calibrant B B 0 0 0 0 0 0
Air in Cleaner C 0 0 0 0 0 0
Air in Segment M 0 0 0 0 0 0
Pump Calibration P 0 0 0 0 0 0
No Flow F 0 0 0 0 0 0
Bubble Detector D 0 0 0 0 0 0
Reagent Chip R 0 0 0 0 0 0
Read
Reagent Chip W 0 0 0 0 0 0
Write
Store Calibration Q 0 0 0 0 0 0
Value Error
Command Error T 0 0 0 0 0 0
No Error 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Na+ 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Error Digit 1 Digit 2 Digit 3 Digit 4 Digit 5 Digit 6 Digit 7


Air/ mV Out mV Out mV mV Cal A Out of
Hardwa Calib/S Cal A in Noise Noise Drift Slope/
re ample Calib/S Cal Cal A in in Machin
ample B/Samp Calib/S Sample e
Mode, le ample Mode, Ranges
Cal B in Mode, Cal B in
Urine Cal B in Urine
Mode Urine Mode
Mode
K+ 0 2 2 2 2 2 2
Na+, K+ 0 3 3 3 3 3 3
Li+ 0 4 4 4 4 4 4
Li+, Na+ 0 5 5 5 5 5 5
Li+, K+ 0 6 6 6 6 6 6
Li+, K+, Na+ 0 7 7 7 7 7 7
Cl- 0 8 8 8 8 8 8
Cl-, Na+ 0 9 9 9 9 9 9
Cl-, K+ 0 A A A A A A
Cl-, Li+ 0 B B B B B B
Cl-, K+, Na+ 0 C C C C C C
Cl-, Li+, Na+ 0 D D D D D D
Cl-, Li+, K+ 0 E E E E E E
Cl-, Li+, K+, Na+ 0 F F F F F F

The following table displays the causes and the correction measures of some errors.
Note that if the correction measure is the replacement of board, bubble detector or
other components in the ISE unit, you have to replace the whole ISE unit. You can
refer to the chapter 5 for detailed information about some replacement procedures.

Symptom Problem Correction

System does not 1. No power


respond
2. Communication failure Turn off the system and then
start it again.
3. RS232 cable is disconnected Move the panel of analyzing unit
or damaged. and reconnect or replace cable
between the ISE unit and the
main control board.
4. Module connector has been Replace board.
damaged.
5. Component failure on board. Replace board.

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Symptom Problem Correction

Low Slope 1. Misalignment of electrodes Remove and replace electrodes


<45 mV/decade to reseat
Na+, K+, or Li+ <45 properly.
mV/decade
2. Deterioration of calibrator Replace Calibrant B first and
Cl- <35 mV/decade solutions retest. If still low, replace
or Calibrant A and retest.

High Slope 3. Deterioration of sensing Replace problem electrodes


electrode (low slope) and test.
Na+, K+, or Li+ >63
mV/decade 4. Air bubble on reference Remove electrode, tap to
electrode membrane dislodge bubble, replace, and
Cl- >60 mV/decade recalibrate.
5. Deterioration of reference Replace reference electrode
electrode and retest.
6. Module or fluid temperatures Monitor temperature. Change
exceed 37 C. (high slope) instrument location if ambient is
too great.
Noise Error Flag 1. Deterioration of sensing Replace problem electrodes
electrode and test.
Single electrode
2. Electrical noise spike from a) Check for electrical noise
environmental source coincident with activation.
b) Check grounding of Module.
c) Component failure on Module
board. Replace board.
Noise Error Flag 1. Deterioration of reference Replace reference electrode
electrode and retest.
Multiple electrodes
2. Electrical noise spike from a) Check for electrical noise
environmental source coincident with activation.
b) Check grounding of Module.
c) Component failure on Module
board. Replace board.
Drift Error Flag 1. May occur when new Purge the Calibrant A and
electrode or new bottle of recalibrate the module. If the
Single electrode Calibrant A is installed by electrode is new it may initially
system. drift as it rehydrates over the
course of 15 minutes.
2. Deterioration of sensing Replace the problem electrode
electrode and test.
Drift Error Flag 1. May occur when new Purge Calibrant A and
electrode or new bottle of recalibrate the Module.
Multiple electrodes Calibrant A is installed on
system.
2. Deterioration of reference Replace reference electrode
electrode. and retest.

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Symptom Problem Correction

3. Electrical spike from a) Check for electrical noise


environmental source. coincident with activation.
b) Check grounding of Module.
c) Component failure on Module
board. Replace the board.
Air in Sample 1. Insufficient sample pipetted a) Host instrument must deliver
into Module sample entry port 70 L. Increase dispensed
volume.
b) Operator must place
sufficient sample in sample cup
to account for all tests
programmed.
c) Fluid leak in electrodes.
2. Sample not positioned a) Electrodes not seated
properly. Reseat electrodes.
b) Pump tubing aging. Replace.
c) Pump tubing obstructed or
tubing length is excessive.
Air in Sample and 1. Sample and Calibrant A are a) Electrodes are not properly
Calibrant A segmented with air. seated or compressed. Check
compression plate, spring and
seal. Reseat electrodes.
b) Ensure that all electrodes
and o-rings are in place.
2. Fibrin or salt is plugging the a) Use Cleaning procedure for
electrode flow path. Module.
b) Disassemble Module and
clean or replace electrode with
plugged flow path.
3. Bubble detector is Replace bubble detector.
malfunctioning.
4.Waste pump is Replace waste pump.
malfunctioning.
Air in Calibrant B and 1. Calibrant B and Calibrant A a) Electrodes are not properly
Air in Calibrant A are segmented with air. compressed. Check
compression plate, spring and
seal.
b) Ensure that all electrodes
and o-rings are in place.
c) Ensure tubing is connected
properly.
d) Replace tubing.

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Symptom Problem Correction

2. Fibrin or salt is plugging the a) Use Cleaning procedure for


electrode flow path. Module.
b) Disassemble Module and
clean or replace electrode with
plugged flow path.
3. Waste pump malfunction. Replace waste pump, tubing.
4. Bubble Detector malfunction. Replace bubble detector.
Air in Calibrant A (no 1. Calibrant A pouch is empty. Replace Calibrant A with a new
Air errors reported for one, purge and recalibrate.
Sample or Calibrant B)
2. Tubing is disconnected. Reconnect or replace tubing.
3. Calibrant A pump is not a) Check electrical connections.
working properly.
b) Replace pump tubing.
c) Replace motor.
4. Tubing is plugged, split or Replace tubing
crimped.

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8 Mechanical Structure

Synchronous belts
Reagent disk motor Reaction disk motor

Coder sensors

8-1
Mechanical Structure

Mixing bar assembly Sample probe assembly


Reagent probe assembly

Reagent cooling assembly

8-2
Mechanical Structure

Lamp assembly Big head of fiber

Fan of Lamp assembly

8-3
Mechanical Structure

Reaction disk TEMP.


Optical assembly control assembly

Small heads of fiber

Reference light assembly

8-4
Mechanical Structure

Washing assemblies

Valves Pumps
Reagent syringe Sample syringe

8-5
Mechanical Structure

A/D conversion board

Main control board Power drive board

Reagent refrigeration board

8-6
Mechanical Structure

Loading system

Manipulator
assembly

8-7
Mechanical Structure

Bar code scanner (optional)

8-8
9 Tools and Parts

9.1 Service Tools


S/N TOOL Quantity Specification Unit
1 Allen Key 1 set 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, mm
4.0, 5.0
2 Phillips screwdriver 1 set 3*75, 5*75, 6*100 mm
3 Flat-bladed screwdriver 1 set 3*75, 5*75, 6*100 mm
4 Long Allen Key 1 set 2.5, 3.0 mm
5 Tweezers 1 pair small /
6 Multimeter 1 common /
7 Movable Wrench 1 common /
8 Electric iron 1 30 VA
9 Stainless steel 1 0.5 (diameter), 15 mm
(length)
10 Knife 1 common /
11 Pincers 1 common /

9.2 Parts
S/N P/N Name
1 BA30-20-06448 Cable for reagent probe assemblys elevator motor

2 BA30-20-06449 Cable for reagent probe assemblys rotary motor


3 BA30-20-06450 Cable for Sample syringes motor
4 BA34-20-63601 Cable for Reagent syringes motor

5 BA30-20-06452 Cable for sample probe assemblys elevator motor

6 BA30-20-06453 Cable for sample probe assemblys rotary motor

7 BA30-20-06454 Cable for mixing bar assemblys rotary motor


8 BA30-20-06455 Cable for mixing bar assemblys elevator motor
9 BA30-20-06458 Cable for reagent compartment motor
10 BA30-20-06459 Cable for sample compartment motor

11 BA34-20-63602 Cable for reaction compartment motor

12 BA30-20-06464 Cable for loading system motor


13 BA30-20-06468 Cable for Sample and reagent valves

9-1
Tools and Parts

S/N P/N Name


14 BA30-20-06476 26-pins sensor cable

15 BA30-20-06477 34-pins sensor cable


16 BA30-20-06480 Detection cable for reaction compartments fan
17 BA30-20-06481 Cable between CPU board and power drive board

18 BA30-20-06484 Cable for waste and distill water container


19 BA30-20-06485 Cable between CPU board and loading system

20 BA34-20-63651 Cable between CPU board and manipulator

21 BA30-20-06523 Temperature sensor cable of reagent cooling system


22 BA30-20-15291 Cable between CPU board and reagent detection board
23 BA30-20-15292 Cable between CPU board and sample detection board

24 BA34-20-63603 Cable between power drive board and mixing motor


25 BA34-20-63631 Reagent probe cable

26 BA30-20-15295 Sample probe cable

27 BA30-20-15296 Mixing bar cable

28 A21-000010--- Tubing

29 BA30-10-15051 Single-way valve


30 0040-10-32303 Tubing

31 0040-10-32304 Connector

32 0040-10-32305 Connector

33 M90-100014--- 1/4-28 UNF LOCK NUT-RED NYL LNS-3

34 M90-100015--- 1/4-28 UNF LOCK NUT-RED N NYL LNS-4

35 M90-100030--- 1/8 Y BARBED FITTING-WHITE NYL Y230-


36 BULKHEAD MOUNTED FEMALE LURE RED NYLON
M90-100050--- CCLR-3

37 BULKHEAD MOUNTED FEMALE LURE GREEN NYLON


M90-100051--- CCLR-4

38 M90-100071--- Tubing

39 BA30-30-15169 5-way connector

40 BA30-10-06666 Step motor


41 BA30-10-15041 synchronous belt (220 XL037)

42 BA30-10-15258 Doors magnet (couple)


43 BA34-30-63559 Power drive board
44 BA30-30-06312 Reagent cooling control board

45 BA34-30-63613 Sample compartment assembly

9-2
Tools and Parts

S/N P/N Name


46 BA30-10-06365 Halogen Lamb (50W)

47 BA30-30-06691 REF pre-amplification board


48 BA30-30-15228 340nm amplification assembly
49 BA30-10-06367 Filter 340

50 BA30-30-06673 340nm pre-amplification board


51 BA30-30-15229 405nm pre-amplification assembly

52 BA30-10-06368 Filter 405

53 BA30-30-06675 405 pre-amplification board


54 BA30-30-15230 450nm pre-amplification assembly
55 BA30-10-06369 Filter 450

56 BA30-30-06677 450 pre-amplification board


57 BA30-30-15231 510nm pre-amplification assembly

58 BA30-10-06370 Filter 510

59 BA30-30-06679 510 pre-amplification board

60 BA30-30-15232 546nm pre-amplification assembly

61 BA30-10-06371 Filter 546


62 BA30-30-06681 546 pre-amplification board

63 BA30-30-15233 578nm pre-amplification assembly

64 BA30-10-06372 Filter 578

65 BA30-30-06683 578 pre-amplification board

66 BA30-30-15234 630nm pre-amplification assembly

67 BA30-10-06373 Filter 630


68 BA30-30-15235 630 pre-amplification board

69 BA30-30-15235 670nm pre-amplification assembly


70 BA30-10-06374 Filter 670
71 BA30-30-06687 670 pre-amplification board
72 BA30-30-15236 700nm pre-amplification assembly

73 BA30-10-06375 Filter 700

74 BA30-30-06689 700 pre-amplification board


75 BA30-30-06565 Drive assembly of sample probe
76 BA34-30-63637 Syringe assembly

77 3100-10-49438 100ul Syringe


78 BA30-10-06651 500ul Syringe
79 BA30-10-15115 Step motor

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Tools and Parts

S/N P/N Name


80 BA30-20-06594 3-way connector for syringe

81 BA30-21-15161 Sensor cable for reagent syringe


82 BA30-21-15162 Sensor cable for sample syringe
83 BA30-30-06634 Mixing bar assembly

84 BA30-21-15159 Cable for mixing bar assemblys elevator motor


85 BA30-21-15160 Cable for mixing bar assemblys rotary motor

86 BA30-30-06639 Fans of lamb assembly

87 BA30-30-06641 Washing pool assembly


88 0040-10-32302 Connector
89 0040-10-32303 Washer

90 BA30-21-15311 Valves assembly (KNF)


91 BA30-30-06702 Reaction compartment assembly

92 BA30-30-06715 A/D converter assembly

93 BA30-30-06752 Rocker of reagent probe

94 BA30-30-06304 Liquid detection board

95 BA30-30-06753 Reagent probe assembly


96 BA30-30-06761 Heat-block assembly

97 BA30-30-06768 Rocker of sample probe

98 BA30-30-14978 Sample probe assembly

99 BA30-30-06770 Rocker of mixing bar

100 BA34-20-63653 Loading system assembly

101 BA30-21-06488 Pressure sensor and cable for loading system


102 BA30-21-06490 Cable for cuvette-pushing limit transducer

103 BA30-21-06491 Cable for cuvette-taking limit transducer


104 BA30-21-06492 Cable for insufficient-cuvette transducer
105 BA34-20-63648 Board for loading system
106 BA30-21-06489 Cable for no-cuvette transducer

107 BA30-30-15034 Code sensor of reaction compartment

108 BA30-30-15095 Reagent compartment assembly


109 BA30-30-06780 Reagent disk handle assembly
110 BA30-30-15113 Driving assembly of reagent probe

111 BA30-21-15155 Sensor cable for reagent probes up-down sensor


112 BA30-21-15156 Sensor cable for reagent probes rotary sensor
113 BA30-30-15166 Coder sensor for reagent disk

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Tools and Parts

S/N P/N Name


114 BA30-30-15167 Coder sensor for sample probes sensor

115 BA30-30-15284 Probes connection board


116 BA34-30-63557 Main control board
117 BA33-30-35098 Power supply module

118 BA33-30-35078 PFC Board


119 BA33-30-35082 24V Board

120 BA33-30-35080 12V&5V Board

121 TSB1-20-20399 Fan


122 BA34-20-63655 Manipulator assembly
123 BA33-30-35223 Power socket and switch assembly

124 BA34-20-63622 Reagent temperature control assembly (220V)


125 BA34-20-63614 Cover of sample compartment

126 BA30-30-15029 Cover of reagent compartment

127 BA34-20-63638 Reagent temperature control assembly (110V)

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10 Maintenance and Test Software

10.1 General
The maintenance and test software of the BS-300 Chemistry Analyzer is the
software that helps maintenance personnel debug and maintain the BS-300
Chemistry Analyzer. Maintenance personnel can, through this software, check
whether the probes, mixing bar, disks, fluidic system and photometric system of
the BS-300 Chemistry Analyzer work normally, modify parameters, and execute
individual commands or combined commands.

Run the NewDebug.exe file to enter the Maintenance and Test window. See
Figure 10-1.

Figure 10-1 Maintenance and Test window

Display Area

As shown in Figure 10-1, there are 4 tabs in the Maintenance and Test window:

Command
PARA and Speed
Temperature
Photoelectric

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Note:
The buttons displayed in gray in software interface are not
functional.

Following is a brief introduction to the software interface.

Display area
At the bottom of the window is the display area for displaying the frame
information and fault/error information. The upper box is for frame information, and
the lower one is for fault/error information.

There are five types of frame information, including Result, Echo, Data,
Command and Warning.

Select the check box in front of frame information to display relevant frame
information. Click the check box again to de-select, and the frame information will
not be displayed.

Click the Clear button to clear the information displayed in relevant box. The two
Clear buttons are respectively for two boxes.

Setup button
Click the Setup button at up right corner to show a dialog as shown in Figure 10-2,
which is used to change communication port and set baud rate and check sum
type of the port. Check sum type includes odd, even and none.

Figure 10-2 Serial Port Setup

Communication Port

Baud Rate Check Sum Type

About button
Clicking the About button at up right corner of the interface, you can view the
version information of this software.

In the following sections, the 4 tabs mentioned above will be detailed respectively.

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Note:
The units of parameters involved in this software are respectively:
Time: 50ms;
Sample (reagent) aspirating/dispensing volume: steps of motors;
Temperature: .
Temperature control coefficient: 0.01.

10.2 Command
In the Command tab, you can send commands to the analyzing unit and check
whether probes, mixing bar, disks, fluidic system, photometric system, ISE unit
and built-in bar code scanner work normally.

Figure 10-3 Command tab

Single Command Area Macroinstruction Area

As shown in Figure 10-3, the Command tab mainly consists of two parts: Single
Command Area and Macroinstruction Area.

10.2.1 Single Command Area


In Single Command Area, there are 8 sub-tabs:

Main Unit
Reagent Unit
Sample Unit

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Load Unit
Temp Unit
Photoelectric Unit
ISE Module
Sample Bar Code Module

Check the analyzing unit for their counterparts.

There are several buttons in each tab. Click a button and you can send a
command to the counterpart on the analyzing unit.

Note:
After starting this software, you must click the Download
parameters to Analyzing Unit button in the Main Unit sub-tab.
Otherwise, the software will not operate the analyzing unit
successfully.
After clicking the Enable modifying parameters button in the Main
Unit sub-tab, you can modify the parameters in the PARA and
Speed tab.

Following are instructions to the action implemented by each command.

Main Unit
Command What it does
Download parameters to Configures running parameters for the
Analyzing Unit analyzing unit.
Reset all mechanical parts Moves all units of the analyzing unit to their
initial position, and cleans reagent probe,
sample probe and mixing bar.
Enable modifying Switches on the switch for modifying parameter
parameters through this operation before modifying
parameter at PARA and Speed tab.
Disable modifying Switches off the switch for modifying parameter
parameters through this operation after modifying
parameter at PARA and Speed tab.
Handshake with Analyzing Checks that the communication cable works
Unit normally.
Send a direct instruction Edits and sends user-defined commands.

Reagent Unit
Command What it does
Reagent probe wash Cleans the reagent probe.
Pump, valve (interior) on Turns on the pump and the valves that control
flow of washing the interior of reagent probe.

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Command What it does


Pump, valve (interior) off Turns off the pump and the valves that control
flow of washing the interior of reagent probe.
Pump, valve (exterior) on Turns on the pump and the valve that control
flow of washing the exterior of reagent probe.
Pump, valve (exterior) off Turns off the pump and the valve that control
flow of washing the exterior of reagent probe.
Probe above reaction disk Moves the reagent probe above the reaction
disk.
Probe above outer circle Moves the reagent probe above the outer circle
of reagent disk.
Probe above inner circle Moves the reagent probe above the inner circle
of reagent disk.
Probe tip above bottle top Moves the reagent probe until the probe tip a
(outer circle) few millimeters above the top of the reagent
bottle in the outer circle of reagent disk.
Probe tip above bottle top Moves the reagent probe until the probe tip a
(inner circle) few millimeters above the top of the reagent
bottle in the inner circle of reagent disk.
Probe down to outer circle Moves the reagent probe down to the reagent
bottle in the outer circle of reagent disk.
Probe down to inner circle Moves the reagent probe down to the reagent
bottle in the inner circle reagent disk.
Probe down to reaction disk Moves the reagent probe down to the cuvette
in the reaction disk.
Probe tip above cuvette top Moves the reagent probe until the probe tip a
few millimeters above the top of cuvette in the
reaction disk.
Probe down to wash well Moves the reagent probe to its washing
position.
Probe above wash well Moves the reagent probe to the top of wash
well.
Reagent disk rotate Rotates the reagent disk for specified circles
and stop it at specified bottle position. Input
rotating circles in the first box and position No.
in the second box.
Reagent disk rotate to Rotates the reagent disk to specified bottle
position position. Input position No. in the box.
Reagent syringe init Moves the reagent syringe to its initial position.
Reagent syringe full Moves the reagent syringe to its largest travel.
Reagent syringe empty Empties the reagent syringe.
Reagent unit reset Cleans the reagent probe and rotates the
reagent disk to position No. 1.

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Sample Unit
Command What it does
Sample probe wash Cleans the sample probe.
Pump, valve (interior) on Turns on the pump and the valves that control
flow of washing the interior of sample probe.
Pump, valve (interior) off Turns off the pump and the valves that control
flow of washing the interior of sample probe.
Pump, valve (exterior) on Turns on the pump and the valve that control
flow of washing the exterior of sample probe.
Pump, valve (exterior) off Turns off the pump and the valve that control
flow of washing the exterior of sample probe.
Probe above wash well Moves the sample probe to the top of wash
well.
Probe above reaction disk Moves the sample probe to the top of reaction
disk.
Probe above outer circle Moves the sample probe above the outer circle
of sample disk.
Probe above inner circle Moves the sample probe above the inner circle
of sample disk.
Probe tip above tube top Moves the sample probe until the probe tip a
(outer circle) few millimeters above the top of the tube in the
outer circle of sample disk.
Probe tip above tube top Moves the sample probe until the probe tip a
(inner circle) few millimeters above the top of the tube in the
inner circle of sample disk.
Probe tip above cuvette top Moves the sample probe until the probe tip a
few millimeters above the top of cuvette in the
reaction disk.
Probe down to reaction disk Moves the sample probe down to the reaction
cuvette in reaction disk.
Probe down to wash well Moves the sample probe to its washing
position.
Probe down to outer circle Moves the sample probe down to the tube in
the outer circle of sample disk.
Probe down to inner circle Moves the sample probe down to the tube in
the inner circle of sample disk.
Sample disk rotate Rotates the sample disk for specified circles
and stop it at specified tube position. Input
rotating circles in the first box and position No.
in the second box.
Sample disk rotate to Rotates the sample disk to specified tube
position position. Input position No. in the box.
Sample syringe init Moves the sample syringe to its initial position.
Sample syringe empty Empties the sample syringe.
Sample syringe full Moves the sample syringe to its largest travel.

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Command What it does


Sample unit reset Cleans the sample probe and rotate the sample
disk to position No. 1.

Load Unit
Command What it does
Mixer to the top of wash well Moves the mixing bar to the top of wash well.
Mixer move into wash well Moves the mixing bar to its washing position.

Mixer move to the top of Moves the mixing bar to the top of reaction
reaction disk disk.
Mixer move into reaction Moves the mixing bar to mixing position in
disk reaction disk.
Mixer stir for a while Mixing bar stirs for a specified period.
Mixing bar rotates for a while Moves the mixing bar above its wash well and
above wash well then rotates it for a specified period.
Take new cuvettes Moves the compartment trolley backwards to
get new cuvettes.
Load New cup Rotates the reaction disk to specified position,
then get new cuvettes with the manipulator and
put them in reaction disk.
Unload cup Rotates the reaction disk to specified position,
then get the cuvettes in reaction disk with the
manipulator and put them in used-cuvette
bucket.
Motion of manipulator fingers Tightens or loosen manipulators fingers
(grabbing mechanism).
After entering a value of 0-3 to the box, click
the button and the fingers will motions. 0
means both fingers tighten; 1 means the upper
loosen and the lower tightens; 2 means the
upper tightens and the lower loosens; and 3
means both loosen.
Manipulator to vertical init. Moves the manipulator to vertical initial
pos. position.
Manipulator to horiz. init. Moves the manipulator to horizontal initial
pos. position.
To H-pos. for taking cuvettes Moves the manipulator to horizontal position for
getting cuvettes.
To V-pos. for taking cuvettes Moves the manipulator to vertical position for
getting cuvettes.
To H-position for placing Moves the manipulator to horizontal position for
cuvettes placing cuvettes.
To V-position for placing Moves the manipulator to vertical position for
cuvettes placing cuvettes.

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Command What it does


Move steps vertically Moves the manipulator for specified steps in
vertical way.
Move steps horizontally Moves the manipulator for specified steps in
horizontal way.
Loader unit reset Moves the mixing bar to its initial position,
loosen manipulator grabbing mechanism and
move the manipulator to its initial position.

Temp Unit
Command What it does
Temperature control on Turns on the specified temperature
controller(s).
Therere two temperature controllers as
Reaction Disk and Reagent PreHeat.
Selects the check box(es) in front of a
controller(s), click the button, you can turn on
the selected controller(s).
Temperature control off Turns off the specified temperature
controller(s).
Therere two temperature controllers as
Reaction Disk and Reagent PreHeat.
Selects the check box(es) in front of a
controller(s), click the button, you can turn off
the selected controller(s).

Photoelectric Unit
Command What it does
Reaction disk rotate Rotates the reaction disk for specified circles
and stop it at specified cuvette position. Input
rotating circles in the first box and position No.
in the second box.
Reaction disk rotate some Rotates the reaction disk for specified cuvette
positions positions, and input number of cuvette
positions in the box.
Rotate and measure Rotates the reaction disk, collects reaction data
during rotating, and then stops it at specified
cuvette position.
Turn on light Turns on the light.
Turn off light Turns off the light.
Test dark current Turns off the light and measures the dark
current at this time. The dark current data will
be displayed in the box below.

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Command What it does


Test base current Unloads the first segment of cuvettes in
reaction disk with manipulator, then rotates the
reaction disk and during rotating measures the
light where places the first segment of cuvettes
before. The data regarding base current will be
displayed in the box below.

ISE Module
Command What it does
Handshake The ISE unit shakes hands with the main unit.
Maintain Executes the maintaining cycle to run the waste pump until
the electrode flow path is cleared of fluid.
Detect Bubble Checks to see if the bubble detector is functioning
properly.
Cleaning Period Removes protein build-up from the ISE Module electrodes.
Calibrate Calibrates the electrodes of the ISE Module.
Correct Pumps Calibrates the peristaltic pumps of the ISE Module.
Measure Serum Measures serum or plasma samples on the ISE Module.
A Purge Purges Calibrant A solution through the tubing from the
pouch of Calibrant A to the ISE Module.
B Purge Purges Calibrant B solution through the tubing from the
pouch of Calibrant B to the ISE Module.
<DSPA> Pumps 200l of Calibrant A to make it convenient for you
to aspirate it from the sample entry port.
<SWBC> Displays the result of bubble detector checking for the last
time.
<SWPC> Displays the result of pump correction for the last time.
<CKSM> Displays the software version of the ISE unit.
<DVON> After clicking this button, the results in mv will also be
displayed when calibration, measurement or a sip cycle is
finished.
<MVON> After clicking this button, the results in mv will also be
displayed when calibration or measurement is finished.
<DVFF> Disables the effect of clicking <DVON> or <MVON>.

Sample Bar Code Module


Command What it does
Set Select a symbology from the pull down list and click this
button. If Valid is selected, the symbology will be set as the
one that the scanner can recognize. Otherwise, it will be
the one that can not be recognized.

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Command What it does


Send Enter an instruction into the edit box and click this button to
send it to the analyzing unit.
Laser On Turns on the laser of the bar code scanner.
Laser Off Turns off the laser of the bar code scanner.
Handshake The bar code scanner shakes hands with the main unit.
Scan After entering the start position No. and the end one into
Start and End edit boxes respectively, click this button to
scan bar codes on the selected positions.

10.2.2 Macroinstruction Area

Figure 10-4 Macroinstruction Area

Explanation for the


macroinstruction Macroinstruction

Commands
Button

Parameters of the
current command

A macroinstruction is a set of commands.

When selecting a macroinstruction from the pulldown list in macroinstruction area,


you can see therere various commands and comments regarding the
macroinstruction. In addition, parameters of the command currently selected will
also be displayed on the interface.

In the macroinstruction area, after selecting a macroinstruction from the pulldown


list, you can

Click the Run button to run the selected macroinstruction;

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Click the Pause button to suspend the macroinstruction which is running;


Click the Stop button to stop the macroinstruction which is running.

Note:
After all commands in each macroinstruction are executed, the
system counts it as one time.
When the check box on the right of the macroinstruction pulldown
list is selected, the selected macroinstruction will be executed for
once; otherwise, the macroinstruction will be executed cyclically.

For each macroinstruction, the commands of it are executed one by one in the
sequence in which they are listed. When the set delay expires after a command is
executed, the next command is executed immediately. In case of an error in the
execution process, the macroinstruction will be stopped.

Following are instructions to the action implemented by each macroinstruction.

Macroinstruction Command What it does


A,B purge B purge Purges Calibrant B solution
through the tubing from the
pouch of Calibrant B to the
ISE Module.
A purge Purges Calibrant A solution
through the tubing from the
pouch of Calibrant A to the
ISE Module.
Check exterior fluid Reagent probe above Moves the reagent probe
path of reagent wash well above its wash well.
probe
Valve on, Pump on Turns on the pump and valve
that control the flow of
washing the exterior of
reagent probe.
Pump off, Valve off Turns off the pump and valve
that control the flow of
washing the exterior of
reagent probe.
Check exterior fluid Sample probe above Moves the sample probe
path of sample wash well above its wash well.
probe
Valve on, Pump on Turns on the pump and valve
that control the flow of
washing the exterior of
sample probe.
Pump off, Valve off Turns off the pump and valve
that control the flow of
washing the exterior of
sample probe.

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Macroinstruction Command What it does


Check interior fluid Reagent probe above Moves the reagent probe
path of reagent wash well above its wash well.
probe
Valve on, Pump on Turns on the pump and
valves that control the flow of
washing the interior of
reagent probe.
Pump off, Valve off Turns off the pump and
valves that control the flow of
washing the interior of
reagent probe.
Check interior fluid Sample probe above Moves the sample probe
path of sample wash well above its wash well.
probe
Valve on, Pump on Turns on the pump and
valves that control the flow of
washing the interior of
sample probe.
Pump off, Valve off Turns off the pump and
valves that control the flow of
washing the interior of
sample probe.
Test Loader Reload cup looply The manipulator gets new
cuvettes from the
compartment looply, and then
put them in the reaction disk.
Test mixing bar in Reaction disk to next The reaction disk rotates and
reaction disk cup stops. No. of position for
reaction disk to stop at will
increase.
Mix instruction The mixing bar moves into
reaction cuvette and mixes
for a specified period.
Mixer to vertical init The mixing bar moves to
vertical initial position.
Test reagent probe Reaction disk to next The reaction disk rotates and
in reaction disk cup stops. No. of position for
reaction disk to stop at will
increase.
Reagent probe to The reagent probe moves
reaction disk vertically into bottom of
reaction cuvette.
Reagent probe to The reagent probe moves to
vertical init vertical initial position.
Test sample probe in Reaction disk to next The reaction disk rotates and
reaction disk cup stops. No. of position for
reaction disk to stop at will
increase.

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Macroinstruction Command What it does


Sample probe to The sample probe moves
reaction disk vertically into bottom of
reaction cuvette.
Sample probe to The sample probe moves to
vertical init vertical initial position.
Urine test (auto Reagent disk in Reagent disk rotates to
diluted) position 50 in next position 50 and in the next
period period the reagent probe will
aspirate urine diluent from the
position.
Dispensing 270l of Reagent probe aspirates
urine diluent 207l of urine diluent and
dispenses it to a cuvette.
Dispensing 30l of Sample probe aspirates 30l
urine sample of urine sample and
dispenses it to a cuvette. The
mixing bar stirs it.
Washing mixing bar Washes the mixing bar.
First period Sample probe aspirates 70l
of diluted urine to the ISE
unit.
Second period Sample probe aspirates 70l
of diluted urine to the ISE
unit.
Third period Washes the sample probe.
Idle period Measuring.
Idle period Measuring.
Idle period Measuring.
Urine test (manually First period Sample probe aspirates 70l
diluted) of diluted urine to the ISE
unit.
Second period Sample probe aspirates 70l
of diluted urine to the ISE
unit.
Third period Washes the sample probe.
Idle period Measuring.
Idle period Measuring.
Idle period Measuring.

10.3 PARA and Speed


In the PARA and Speed tab, you can query, configure or load parameters as well
as debug the units.

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Figure 10-5 PARA and Speed tab

Parameters Buttons

As shown in Figure 10-5, the PARA and Speed tab mainly consists of two parts as
unit parameter and several operating buttons.

Unit Name includes Main unit, Sample unit, Reagent unit, Photoelectric unit,
Temp unit and Load unit.

At this screen, you can not only inquire and configure each unit parameters, but
also save and read relevant data. Now lets introduce them respectively.

Inquire unit parameters


1 Select a unit in Unit Name.
2 Click Query button.
For example.

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Configure a parameter for a unit


1 Select a unit in Unit Name.
2 Click the Query button.
3 Edit the parameter if necessary. Otherwise, go to the next step directly.
When editing, you can directly select and modify the data to be edited.
4 Select a parameter to be configured. For example.

5 Click the Config button to configure the parameter for relevant unit of the
analyzing unit.

Configure all parameters for relevant units


1 Select units in Unit Name.
2 Click the Config All button to configure all parameters of the selected unit
for relevant units of the analyzing unit.

Save data
1 Select a unit in Unit Name.
2 Click the Save button, then pop up a dialog.
3 Input a filename and click the Save button, you can save parameters of the
currently selected unit to a .txt file.

Read Data
1 Click Load button, then pop up a dialog.
2 Select the relevant .txt file and click Open button, you can configure
parameters in the file for relevant unit of the analyzing unit.

The following contents explain the adjustable parameters.

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Reagent unit
Parameter Unit Default What the parameter means
H-pos. for washing Whole 42 Position correction of the
reagent probe step reagent probe in the horizontal
direction when it is above its
wash well.
H-pos. of reaction disk Whole -42 Position correction of the
step reagent probe in the horizontal
direction when it is above the
reaction disk.
H-pos. of reagent disk Whole 215 Position correction of the
inner circle step reagent probe in the horizontal
direction when it is above the
inner circle of reagent disk.
H-pos. of reagent disk Whole 165 Position correction of the
outer circle step reagent probe in the horizontal
direction when it is above the
outer circle of reagent disk.
Position correction of Micro 10 The position correction of the
reagent disk inner circle step reagent disk when it stops at
the specified position according
to the position No. of its inner
circle.
Position correction of Micro 10 The position correction of the
reagent disk outer circle step reagent disk when it stops at
the specified position according
to the position No. of its outer
circle.

Sample unit
Parameter Unit Default What the parameter means
Bar code position Micro 18 Position correction of the inner
correction of sample step circle of sample disk relative to
disk inner circle the outer circle when the bar
code scanner scans specified
positions.
H-pos. for washing Whole 102 Position correction of the
sample probe step sample probe in the horizontal
direction when it is above its
wash well.
H-pos. of sample disk Whole 202 Position correction of the
inner circle step sample probe in the horizontal
direction when it is above the
inner circle of sample disk.
H-pos. of sample disk Whole 165 Position correction of the
outer circle step sample probe in the horizontal
direction when it is above the
outer circle of sample disk.

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Parameter Unit Default What the parameter means


H-pos. of sample probe Whole -106 Position correction of the
in reaction disk step sample probe in the horizontal
direction when it is above the
reaction disk.
H-pos. of sample probe Whole 490 Position correction of the
in ISE step sample probe in the horizontal
direction when it is above the
sample entry port of ISE unit.
Position correction of Micro 10 The position correction of the
sample disk inner circle step sample disk when it stops at
the specified position according
to the position No. of its inner
circle.
Position correction of Micro 10 The position correction of the
sample disk outer circle step sample disk when it stops at
the specified position according
to the position No. of its outer
circle.
V-pos. of sample probe Whole 163 Position correction of the
in ISE step sample probe in the vertical
direction when it is above the
sample entry port of ISE unit.

Load unit
Parameter Unit Default What the parameter means
Manipulator h-position Whole 70 Position correction of the
for placing cuvettes step manipulator in horizontal
direction when it places a
cuvette segment into the
reaction disk.
Manipulator h-position Whole 259 Position correction of the
for taking cuvettes step manipulator in horizontal
direction when it takes a
cuvette segment from the
cuvette compartment.
Manipulator v-position Whole 70 Position correction of the
for placing cuvettes step manipulator in vertical direction
when it places a cuvette
segment into the reaction disk.
Manipulator v-position Whole 768 Position correction of the
for taking cuvettes step manipulator in vertical direction
when it takes a cuvette
segment from the cuvette
compartment.
Mixing bar h-position Whole 68 Position correction of the
for washing step mixing bar in the horizontal
direction when it is above its
wash well.

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Parameter Unit Default What the parameter means


Mixing bar h-position Whole 70 Position correction of the
for mixing step mixing bar in horizontal
direction when it is above the
reaction disk.

Photoelectric unit
Parameter Unit Default What the parameter means
Photoelectric gain / 127 Signal gain coefficient of A/D
parameter 405 conversion for wavelength of
405nm.
Photoelectric gain / 127 Signal gain coefficient of A/D
parameter 450 conversion for wavelength of
450nm.
Photoelectric gain / 127 Signal gain coefficient of A/D
parameter 510 conversion for wavelength of
510nm.
Photoelectric gain / 127 Signal gain coefficient of A/D
parameter 546 conversion for wavelength of
546nm.
Photoelectric gain / 127 Signal gain coefficient of A/D
parameter 578 conversion for wavelength of
578nm.
Photoelectric gain / 127 Signal gain coefficient of A/D
parameter 630 conversion for wavelength of
630nm.
Photoelectric gain / 127 Signal gain coefficient of A/D
parameter 670 conversion for wavelength of
670nm.
Photoelectric gain / 127 Signal gain coefficient of A/D
parameter 700 conversion for wavelength of
700nm.
Photoelectric gain / 127 Signal gain coefficient of A/D
parameter reference conversion for wavelength of
light reference light.
Photoelectric gain / 127 Signal gain coefficient of A/D
parameter 340 conversion for wavelength of
340nm.
Start position of Micro 25 Correction of the start position
photoelectric collection step when photoelectric collection
starts.

10-18
Maintenance and Test Software

10.4 Temperature

Figure 10-1 Temperature tab

Reagent
Temperature Curve
Control Panel

Reaction Tray
Temperature Curve
Control Panel

The Temperature tab consists of two parts:

Curve of reagent preheated temperature (upper part);


Curve of reaction disk (lower part).

The two temperature curves are controlled respectively through two control panels
on the right.

Meanings of the parameters on the control panels are as follows.

Parameter What it does


Value Displays current temperature value on the temperature
curve.
YRange Temperature range on Y-coordinate of the temperature
curve. Input upper limit and lower limit of temperature
range in the two boxes.
XRange X-coordinate point of the temperature curve.
Temp Intended temperature expected to achieve.
Period Interval for sampling.

After setting Xrange, Yrange and Temp on the control panel, click Confirm button
to implement them on relevant temperature curve.

There are 4 more buttons in each of the two control panels:

Start: After setting Period, clicking it, you can start collecting the temperature
data;

10-19
Maintenance and Test Software

Stop: Clicking it, you can stop collecting the temperature data;
Freeze: Clicking it, you can freeze the displayed curve;
Resume: Clicking it, you can resume the frozen curve.

10.5 Photoelectric
In the Photoelectric tab, the values of photoelectric data and photoelectric data
curve of the selected wavelength are displayed.

Figure 10-2 Photoelectric tab

Display minimum data Display maximum data


of each wavelength of each wavelength

Display difference
between the above two

Display all data

Panel
Display curve

Through the panel, you can set relevant parameters of photoelectric test data and
photoelectric curve.

Nine wavelengths (340, 405, 450, 510, 546, 578, 630, 670 and 700) and a base
wavelength are listed on the control panel. You can select one of them to display
its photoelectric data curve.

Parameter What it does


MinMax Displays maximum and minimum for photoelectric data
of the selected wavelength.
YRange Range on the Y-coordinate of the curve. Input upper
limit and lower limit for photoelectric data in the two
boxes.
XRange X-coordinate point of the curve.
CupIndex Specifies the cuvette in certain position of reaction disk
to be used to measure photoelectric data.
Dozes-reagent Reagent dispensed to the specified cuvette.
Dozes-sample Sample dispensed to the specified cuvette.
Period Interval for sampling.

10-20
Maintenance and Test Software

Parameter What it does


Times The times of sampling.
Mixer stir Select it to stir the reaction mixture; otherwise the
reaction mixture will not be stirred.
Reaction disk rotate Select it to enable the reaction disk to rotate during
measurement with photoelectric data of all
wavelengths displayed; otherwise the reaction disk will
not be rotated and only photoelectric data of the
selected wavelength will be displayed.

Through the control panel, you can select parameters like Wavelength, MinMax,
YRange, CupIndex and Period. Moreover, you can select Mixer stir as required.

After setting them, click the Confirm button to confirm the settings.

There are 6 more buttons in the panel:

Start: Clicking it, you can start collecting the temperature data;
Stop: Clicking it, you can stop collecting the temperature data;
Freeze: Clicking it, you can freeze the displayed curve;
Resume: Clicking it, you can resume the frozen curve;
Save: Clicking it, you can save the photoelectric data of all current wavelengths
as a .txt file;
Load: Clicking it, you can read the data in a .txt file saved with photoelectric
data.

10-21
Appendix A Boards Connection Diagrams

Manipulator
Power supply
connection
assembly
board

Reagent
Main control Power drive
refrigeration
board board
board

Probes Feeder
A/D conversion
connection connection
board
board board

A-1
Boards Connection Diagrams

BNC BNC
1 VCC red 1 Power drive board Probes connection board

J20

temperature transducer
Reagent refrigeration 12&5V board

C26: waste transducer


BA34-30-63559 BA30-30-15284

C25: deionized water

C29: reaction disk


green 3

2100-10-07946
2 RXD

BA30-10-06630
board

BA30-21-15164

BA30-21-15163

Reset button
3 TXD blue 2
BA33-30-35080

transducer
5 GND black 4 J205 J204 J203 BA30-30-06312

12 11

18 17

28 27

32 31

38 37

42 41
22 21

48 47
14 13
16 15

20 19

24 23
26 25

30 29

34 33
36 35

40 39

44 43
46 45

50 49
1
3
5
7
9
BA34-20-63598

Sample bar code scanner


6 RTS white 6
1 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

2
4
6
8
4
7 CTS yellow 10

Cable
8 TRIG orange 9 P352
J87

1 black

2red

3
2

4
1

2
9 NC NC 5

1
1
2
3
BA30-20-06481
4 NC NC 7

black

3
red
BA30-20-06462
NC 8

BA30-20-15292
1 green BA30-20-15291

2 yellow WASH_EMPTY
Cable

BA30-21-15182
BA30-20-15290

BA30-20-06484

BA30-20-06480
NC 11

3yellow

1blue
2black
4 red
Cable

BA30-20-15305
Cable

4 red WASTE_FULL
NC 12

Cable

Cable
Cable

Cable

Cable
12 P_PUMP_WASTE
NC 13

Cable
11 P_PUMP_OUT
6 MAG_DOWNN+
7 MAG_DOWNN-

9 RP_VALVE_IN

2 PRTD_REF
8 SP_VALVE_IN
NC 14

15 LAMP_CTRL

17 STIR-VALVE

22 LOADX-CLK

25 LOADY-CLK
16 STIR_PUMP
10 P_PUMP_IN

23 LOADX-DIR
24 LOADY-DIR

1 white GND

1 black GND
2 white FAN
3 PRTD_T1
32 STIRU-CLK
30 STIRR-CLK
20 REAC-CLK

33 STIRU-DIR
31 STIRR-DIR
21 REAC-DIR

3 blue GND
13 PELTIER
2 LOAD_DC+

14 STIR_DC
3 LOAD_DC-
NC 15

4 MAG_UP+

18 T-RELAY
5 MAG_UP-

6 12GND
28 RT-CLK
26 ST-CLK

43 RU-CLK
41 RR-CLK
37 SU-CLK
35 SR-CLK

39 SS-CLK

45 RS-CLK
44 RU-DIR
42 RR-DIR
29 RT-DIR
27 ST-DIR

38 SU-DIR

3 red 5V
36 SR-DIR

40 SS-DIR

4 GND
46 RS-DIR

1 green

1 VCC
3 white

1 black
3 white

3 12V
19 GND

34 GND

47 GND
48 VCC

50 VCC

2 blue
2 black
49 VCC

2 blue
1 GND

4 red
4 red

2red
3red
J45

4
J33

J47

J44

J42
J34

J35

6
5
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

12 11

18 17

28 27

32 31

38 37

42 41
9 1

22 21

48 47
J9 2 2 3 4 2 3 4 4 3 2 1 1 2

J40

14 13
16 15

20 19

24 23
26 25

30 29

34 33
36 35

40 39

44 43
46 45

50 49
1 1

3
1
3
5
7
9

1
2
3

2
3
J8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

2
4
6
8
4

1
3
2
J38
Main control board
BA34-30-63557

13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
6 7 8 9
J7 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 2 4 6 8 10 2 4 6 8 10 2 4 6 8 10 J39
24 23 22 18 16 14

1
1 2 3 4 5

2
3
J41 25 21 20 19 17 15 J46
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 J37 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 J32 1 3 5 7 9 J43 1 3 5 7 9 J31 1 3 5 7 9

Cable Cable
Cable Cable

BA34-20-63652
BA30-20-06485 BA34-20-63651
BA30-20-06476 VCC 1 BA30-20-06477
+
1red 1red VCC 1 1 PRESSURE_PHO 1 1 URAM_PHO 1
+

Cable
C18: reagent probe vertical 4white RU_PHO 2 C27: mixing bar rotation 4white STIRR_PHO 2 2 FRONT_PHO 2 2 LOADX_PHO 2
position transducer
C
2black GND 3 position transducer C 2black GND 3
-
GND 4 - 3 BUTTON_S 3 3 DRAM_PHO 3 Cable
BA30-21-15155 E 3green BA30-21-15160 E 3green GND 4
1red VCC 5 + 1red VCC 5 4 BACK_PHO 4 4 LAODY_PHO 4 BA30-20-06552
Cable C17: reagent probe rotation + 4white RR_PHO 6 C28: mixing bar vertical 4white STIRU_PHO 6 5 VCC 5 5 VCC 5
position transducer C
2black GND 7 position transducer C 2black GND
BA34-20-63597 - - 7 6 MIDDLE_PHO 6 6 MAGU_PHO 6

10 DCP_CLK
18 AD_BUSY
BA30-21-15156 3green GND

11 DCP_DIN
E 8 BA30-21-15159
E 3green GND 8

19 AD_CLK
9 7 GND 7 7 GND 7

9 DCP_EN
1red VCC 9

6 AD_DIN
1red VCC PC COM

20 AD_RC

22 CH_A2

23 CH_A1

24 CH_A0
+ +

21 CH_A3
4 15GND
17 15GND
1 NC 1 NC C19: reagent syringe position 10 8 LOADE_PHO 8 8 MAGD_PHO 8
4white RS_PHO C15: reagent disk coder 4white RTC_PHO 10 1

12 GND
25 GND
13 GND
C C

1 +15V
14 +15V

5 GND

7 GND

8 GND
16 VCC
15 -15V
3 VCC
transducer 2black GND 11 11 GND

2 -15V
3 blue RXD 2 - transducer - 2black GND 9 9 9 GND 9 NC
BA30-21-15161 3green GND 12 BA30-21-15149 3green 12
2 green TXD 3
E
1red VCC 13 E GND 10 GND 10 10 GND 10 2
+ 1red VCC 13 RXD232
4 NC NC 4 C24: sample syringe position + 4white SS_PHO 14 C16: reagent disk initial 4white RT_PHO 14
transducer C
GND 15 C 3
- 2black position transducer - 2black GND 15 TXD232
ISE module 5 black GND 5 BA30-21-15162 E 3green GND 16 BA30-21-15150 E 3green GND 16
1red VCC 17 1red VCC 17 4
6 NC NC 6 C13: reaction disk initial
+
4white REAC_PHO 18 C22: sample probe vertical + 4white 18 ISP_PSEN
C C SU_PHO 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
8 white RTS 7 position transducer 2black GND 19 position transducer 2black GND 19 5 J61
- - GND
7 yellow CTS 8
BA30-21-15154 E 3green GND 20 BA30-21-15157 E 3green GND 20
1red VCC 21 1red VCC 21 6
9 NC NC 9 C14: reaction disk coder +
4white REACC_PHO 22 C23: sample probe rotation + 4white SR_PHO 22 NC 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
C C
transducer - 2black GND 23 position transducer - 2black GND 23 2 4 6 8 10 2 4 6 8 10 7
BA30-21-15153 E 3green GND 24 BA30-21-15158
E 3green GND 24 ISP_RESET
J99 J107
C20: sample disk initial + 4white ST_PHO
VCC 25
26
1 3 5 7 9 1 3 5 7 9
NC
8 A/D conversion board BA30-30-06306
position transducer C 2black GND 27 9
-
BA30-21-15152 E 3green GND 28 NC
+ 1red VCC 29 Feeder connection Manipulator connection 10
C21: sample disk coder
C
4white STC_PHO 30 NC
transducer
- 2black GND 31 board board
BA30-21-15151 3green GND 32 SHIELD
E
33 BA30-30-06314 BA30-30-06316
34

A-2
Cable
J51
BA30-20-06536 1 340nm

1
2
2
+15V Photoelectric conversion
3 AGND board (340nm)

3
4
4 AGND BA30-30-06673
5 AGND_SHILED

5
6
6 -15V
J62 Cable
J52 BA30-20-06537 1
405nm

1
2
1 +15V 2
+15V Photoelectric conversion
3 AGND board (405nm)

3
4
2 AGND 4 AGND BA30-30-06675
5 AGND_SHILED
VCC

5
6
3 6 -15V
4 GND Cable
J53 BA30-20-06538 1
450nm

1
2
2
+15V Photoelectric conversion
3 AGND board (450nm)

3
4
4 AGND BA30-30-06677
5 AGND_SHILED

5
6
6 -15V
Cable
J54 BA30-20-06539 1
510nm
1
2

2
+15V Photoelectric conversion
3 board (510nm)
BA30-30-06306
AGND
3
4

4 BA30-30-06679
A/D conversion board
AGND
5 AGND_SHILED
5
6

6 -15V
Cable
J55

J39
BA30-20-06540 1 546nm
1
2

2
1 +15V +15V Photoelectric conversion
J61

1
14 +15V
3 AGND board (546nm)
3
4

2 -15V
1

2
15 -15V
AGND BA30-30-06681
3 VCC
5
2

AGND_SHILED

3
5
6

16 VCC 6 -15V
4 15GND

4
3
17 15GND Cable

A-3
5 GND J56
4

5
BA30-20-06541 1
18 AD_BUSY 578nm
1
2

6 AD_DIN 2
5

6
19 AD_CLK
+15V Photoelectric conversion
3 AGND board (578nm)
7 GND
6

7
3
4

20 AD_RC 4 AGND BA30-30-06683


8 GND
7

5
8

BA34-30-63557
Main control board 21 CH_A3 AGND_SHILED
5
6

Cable

9 DCP_EN
6
8

-15V
22 CH_A2
Cable
BA30-20-06552

10 DCP_CLK
23 CH_A1 J57 BA30-20-06542 1
11 DCP_DIN 630nm
1
2

24 CH_A0
2
+15V Photoelectric conversion
12 GND 3 AGND board (630nm)
25 GND
3
4

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

13 GND
4 AGND BA30-30-06685
9 10 11 12 13

5
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

AGND_SHILED
5
6

9 10 11 12 13

6 -15V
Cable
J58 BA30-20-06543 1 670nm
1
2

2
+15V Photoelectric conversion
3 AGND board (670nm)
3
4

4 AGND BA30-30-06687
5 AGND_SHILED
5
6

6 -15V
Cable
J59 BA30-20-06544 1 700nm
1
2

2
+15V Photoelectric conversion
3 AGND board (700nm)
3
4

4 AGND BA30-30-06689
5 AGND_SHILED
5
6

6 -15V
Cable
J60 BA30-20-06545 1
REF
1
2

2
+15V Photoelectric conversion
3 AGND board (REF)
3
4

4 AGND BA30-30-06691
5 AGND_SHILED
5
6

6 -15V
Boards Connection Diagrams
Boards Connection Diagrams

PROBES LIFT

2 M15INNER PUMP
BA33-30-35078

M17SAMPLE VALVE

M16OUT PUMP
2000-10-06120

1 2000-10-06120
BA30-21-06470

BA30-21-06469
M18REAGENT
CONNECTING BD COONCTING BD

BA34-30-63648
CONNCETING BD
PFC BD
BA30-30-15284

VALVE
BA34-30-63650
J207 J206

LOADING

MAGD-
MAGD+

MAGU+
MAGU-
1 2 1 2

J97

DC+
P6

DC-
1 2 1 2 3 4 J106

2
1

1
2
2
1

1
2
2
1

BA30-20-06465

BA30-20-15289

BA30-20-06464

B
BA30-20-15293

R
W
R
B

BA30-20-06468
CONTROL CABLE
BA33-20-35186

BA30-20-06463
LAMB 12V
BA34-20-63755
W

R
B
Y
B
R
24V BD

B
Y
B
R
W

B
R
6
M10:MOTOR OF Y BA33-30-35082

4
REAGENT SYRINGE J J J18 BA33-20-35185 P405
B J21 1 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 J19 1 2 J3 1 2 3 4 1 BLC

J22

J24
1 2 1 2

3
BA31-21-56814 2 1 1 1
R

DC-

DC+
2 R

1
2 2

1
BA30-20-15351
1 GND BA30-20-06481
W 1 2 2 LOAD_DC+ 1 2

2
6
M13:LIFT MOTOR OF Y 3 LOAD_DC-

J8
3 4 4 MAG_UP+ 3 4
4
SAMPLE PROBE

3
5 MAG_UP-

1
BA31-21-56816 3 B J23 1 2 3 4 5 6 5 6 6 MAG_DOWNN+ 5 6

4
7 MAG_DOWNN-
R 7 8 7 8

2
8 SP_VALVE_IN
1

BA34-30-63557
9 RP_VALVE_IN

J4
BA30-20-15349 9 4 10 P_PUMP_IN 9 4

CPU BD
1 1 11 P_PUMP_OUT 1 1
W

1
11 2 12 P_PUMP_WASTE 11 2
6

4
M14:MOTOR OF SAMPLE 1 13 PELTIER 1
Y J17 14 STIR_DC
31 4 31 1
4

2
1
4

SYRINGE 15 LAMP_CTRL

J10
8 24V 16 STIR_PUMP
BA31-21-56814 B 15 16 15 16

3
17 STIR-VALVE
3

18 T-RELAY
R 71 82 71 82

1
19 GND

4
1

7 24V 20 REAC-CLK J40


29 20 21 REAC-DIR 29 20

2
BA30-20-15348 22 LOADX-CLK
12 22 12 22

J5
W POWER DRIVE BD 23 LOADX-DIR
6 GND J20
6

M8:ROTATORY MOTOR

3
24 LOADY-DIR
Y BA34-30-63559 32 4
2 25 LOADY-CLK 32 4
2
OF REAGENT PROBE
4

26 ST-CLK

1
25 26 25 26

4
BA31-21-56814 5 GND 27 ST-DIR
B 28 RT-CLK
3

2 72 83 29 RT-DIR
72 83
R
J13
30 STIRR-CLK
39 30 39 03
1

4 12V 31 STIRR-DIR
13 2 32 STIRU-CLK 2
3 13 3
BA30-20-15347 33 STIRU-DIR
4

4
33 3 34 GND 4
W 3 12GND 33 3
6

35 SR-CLK
M9:LIFT MOTOR OF 36 SR-DIR
Y 35 36 3 36
5
4

REAGENT PROBE 37 SU-CLK


2 5V 73 84 38 SU-DIR 73 84
BA31-21-56816 B 39 SS-CLK
3

40 SS-DIR
R 49 40 41 RR-CLK 49 40
1
1

GND 14 24 42 RR-DIR
14 24
43 RU-CLK
34 4
4
44 RU-DIR 34 4
4
45 RS-CLK
46 RS-DIR
4 3 2 1 J15 45 46 47 GND 45 46
74 85 48 VCC 74 85
49 VCC
8

24V 7

2
3
6

J12 4 3 2 1 J9 4 3 2 1 J14 4 3 2 1 J6 4 3 2 1 J16 4 3 2 1 J11 4 3 2 1 J7 4 3 2 1 9 0 50 VCC


9 0
BA34-20-6360024V

VCC
12GND
GND

GND

GND

12V
24V POWER CABLE

12V&5V POWER CABLE


BA34-20-63600

BA34-20-63775

BA30-20-15353

BA34-20-63756
BA30-20-15357

BA30-20-15358

BA30-20-15352
BA30-20-15354
BA34-20-63630
O
4 O

2 W

1 W

R
2 B
1 B

3 Y
3

W
Y

R
B
W
Y

B
R
W
Y

B
R

W
Y

B
R

W
Y

B
R
P403

W
Y

R
B

W
Y

B
R
W
Y

B
R
1

2
1
4
3
2

P350

6 4 3 1 6 4 3 1 6 4 3 1 6 4 3 1 6 4 3 1 6 4 3 1 6 4 3 1
4

6 4 3 1
3

24V BD P350
BA33-30-35082 12&5V BD
BA33-30-35080
M7:REAGENT M11SAMPLE M4LIFT MOTOR OF
M20:MIXING MODULE M3:HORIZENTAL MOTOR M6:REACTION M21:LIFT MOTOR OF M12:ROTAORY MOTOR
COMPARTMENT MOTOR COMPARTMENT MOTOR LIFT
ROTATORY MOTOR OF LIFT COMPARTMENT MOTOR MIXING OF SAMPLE PROBE
BA31-21-56816 BA31-21-56816 BA31-21-568164
BA31-21-56814 BA33-21-55743 BA31-21-56816 BA31-21-56816 BA31-21-56814

A-4
Boards Connection Diagrams

M42-M43: Refrigeration fan


C35: Reagent refrigeration 2100-20-06534
temperature transducer
BA30-21-15175

GND

GND

GND
12V

12V

12V
2 blue

2 blue
2 blue

1 red

1 red

1 red
BA30-20-06529
BA30-20-06523

Cable
Cable

GND

GND
12V

12V
1 blue

1 blue

1 blue
2 red

2 red

2 red
J88 1 2 J81 1 2 J79 1 2 J80 1 2 J78 1 2 J82 1 2 J83 1 2 J84 1 2 J85 1 2
12&5V board
BA33-30-35080
J89 J86 Cable
Cable
12V BA30-20-15308 P353
BA30-20-06535 6 4 yellow
1 red
12V 1 12V
M30-M31: PELTIER

12V 5 5 yellow 4 1
2100-20-06633

2 black
GND 2 COOLER 4 1 blue
GND
Reagent refrigeration board 5 2
3 red 3 2 blue
12V 3 12V BA30-30-06312 GND
2 3 white
GND 4 black 4 6 3
COOLER GNDFAN 1 6 orange

12FAN

J74 1 2 3 J73 1 2 3 J72 1 2 3 J71 1 2 3 J75 1 2 J76 1 2 J77 1 2 J87 1 2 3

1 blue

1 blue

2 red

1black
2 red

2 white
1 yellow

1 yellow

1 yellow
1 yellow

3 red
1 blue
2 blue

2 blue

2 blue

2 blue
3 red

3 red
3 red

2 red
3 red

BA30-20-06525

BA30-20-06480
BA30-20-06524

GND

GND

GND
12V

12V

12V
FAN

FAN

FAN

Cable
GND

12V
FAN

GND

GND

GND
12V

12V

FAN
Cable
Cable

5V
3 yellow

3 yellow

3 yellow
3 yellow

2 white
2 blue

2 blue

2 blue

2 blue

1black
2 blue

1 red

2 blue
1 red

1 red
2 blue

1 red

1 red
1 red
1 red

3 red
3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1
1 2 3

J42
M24-M27: Reaction temperature fan M37-M38: Fans on sides of lamp
Fan on rear side Main control board
BA30-21-06530 housing
of lamp housing BA34-30-63557
2100-20-08114

A-5
Boards Connection Diagrams

ISE power supply board


BA34-30-63624

1 yellow GND 1 1 24V


2
1 ISE
3 white 12V 2 GND
3 2 unit Power jack and cable
BA33-20-35191
J1 J2 E yellowish green Enclosure
grounded
POWER
Power jack
M07-00061S---

Reagent refrigeration N light blue


12&5V board board PFC board 24V board
BA33-30-35080 BA30-30-06312 BA33-30-35078
L brown BA33-30-35082
Cable J86
P353
4 yellow BA30-20-15308 12V 6 6
P1 P404
4 1 5 yellow 12V 5 5 1 brown L L 1 brown
1 blue GND 4 4 1 1 Cable
GND 3 Cable P406
5 2 2 blue BA33-20-35092
3 2 2 5 brown Cable
GNDFAN 2 BA34-20-63696 5 1
3 white 2 1 blue BA33-21-35187 (for 220V) / BA33-21-35094 (for 110V) M26 top heater
6 3 6 orange 12FAN 1 3 3 light blue N N 3 light blue 3
1 6 2 7 brown Cable
BA33-21-35188 (for 220V) / BA33-21-35095 (for 110V) M27 bottom heater
3 blue
P3 ANALYZING UNIT POWER 7 3
Cable 8 brown Cable
Power drive board
2 blue BA33-20-35189 blue M07-00094S--- 8 4 BA33-20-35093 M28 reaction
BA34-30-63559 3 4 blue temperature switch
Cable 1 yellow yellow
P350 J17
1 blue
BA34-20-63600 12GND 8 2
3 1 4 8 3 white white
2 black GND 7
1 Cable
3 yellow 12V 4 P405 J18
3 7 2 red BA33-20-35185 2 red
4 2 4 red VCC 3 Power drive board 2 2
BA34-30-63559

BA34-30-63559
1 1 blue 1 blue
P6 Cable 1

Power drive
J21
1 red BA33-20-35186 2 red
Main control board 2 2

board
BA34-30-63557 1 2 blue 1 blue
1 P403
Cable Cable
P352 J38 BA34-20-63600 J17
1 blue BA30-20-15305 12GND 6 4 4 orange 24V 1
3 1 2 black GND 4 3 6 2 6
P5 Cable M32: lamp 3 3 orange 24V 2
3 yellow 12V 3 2 5 2 black BA33-20-35091
2 12VGND 2 2 white GND 6
4 2 VCC 1 1 5
4 red 1 4 1 white GND 5
1 1 red 1
LAMP12V

A-6
Cable
J22
BA34-20-63603

J202
Cable
1 blue blue1

1
1
1 black BA30-20-15296

1
-

J207
2 red red 2 M19: DC mixing motor

2
2
2 red 2000-10-15052
+

J24 Cable
BA34-20-63604
1 blue blue 1

1
1
J201

Cable

J206

BA34-30-63559
Power drive board
1 yellow BA30-20-15294
1

2 red red 2 M29: Preheater

2
2
BA30-10-15115
2 orange
Cable
2

J45 BA30-20-15290
2 black black 1

1
1
J205
3 brown
3

C30: Preheating

2
3 red red 2 temperature transducer
2
4 purple

3
4

BA30-10-06631
J34 Cable
BA30-20-15291 5 green AGND 1
5
1
J65

1 green green1

1
Cable
1
J66

J204

A-7
6 blue RP_RAM_PHO 2 BA30-20-06546
6
2

2 blue blue 2 1black 1black


1

BA30-30-15284

GND

2
2

2red 2red
Probes connection board

7 black RP_LEVEL 3
7
2

3 white white 3 PROBE

3
3
BA30-30-06304
C31: Reagent probe

8 red 12V 4
8
4

4 red red 4

4
4
Reagent level detection board

Cable
J200

J35 Cable
BA30-20-15292

BA34-30-63557
green 1 1 green AGND BA30-20-15295 1
Main control board
1 green
1
J65

1
1

1
J203

Cable
J66

2 blue blue 2 2 blue SP_RAM_PHO 2 BA30-20-06547


2
2

2
2

1black 1black
1

GND
3 white white 3 3 black SP_LEVEL 3 2red 2red
3
3
2

3
3

PROBE

4 red 12V 4
BA30-30-06304

red 4
C32: Sample probe

4 red
4
4

4
4
Sampel level detection board
Boards Connection Diagrams
Boards Connection Diagrams

2 red red
Cable M2: Upper finger magnet
1 blue BA33-21-35151 BA30-21-06497
blue
2 red red
Cable M1: Lower finger magnet
1 blue BA33-21-35152 blue BA30-21-06498

J101
J104 2 1 J105 2 1
VCC 4 red
Power drive board 4 red

MAGU+

MAGU-

MAGD+
Cable

MAGD-
BA34-30-63559 3 white
LOADX_PHO 3 BA33-21-35153 white C1: Manipulator horizontal
J3 Cable J106 position transducer
BA30-20-06463 2 black
4 red 4 red GND 2 black BA30-21-06495
MAGU+ 4 4 MAGU+
GND 1 1 green
3 blue 3 blue green
MAGU- 3 3 MAGU-
J102
MAGD+ 2 yellow 2 yellow
2 2 MAGD+ VCC 4 red
4 red
1 white Cable
MAGD- 1 1 white 1 3 white
MAGD- BA33-21-35154 white
LOADY_PHO 3 C2: Manipulator vertical
position transducer
Main control board 2 black
GND 2 black BA30-21-06496
BA34-30-63557 Manipulator connection board
BA30-30-06316 1 green
GND 1 green
J108
J43 Cable J107
1 BA30-20-06486 1 VCC 4 red
URAM_PHO 1 2 URAM_PHO 4 red
2 2 1 2 Cable
LOADX_PHO LOADX_PHO
3 3 MAGU_PHO 3 3 white BA33-20-35150
DRAM_PHO 3 4 DRAM_PHO white C3: Upper electromagnet
4 4 3 4
LOADY_PHO LOADY_PHO transducer
5 5 GND 2 2 blue
VCC 5 6 6 5 6 VCC blue BA30-30-15060
6
MAGU_PHO MAGU_PHO
7 7 GND 1 1 black
GND 7 8 8 7 8 GND black
8
MAGD_PHO 9 9 MAGD_PHO J103
GND 9 9 10 GND
10 10 4 red
GND GND VCC 4 red
Cable
3 white BA33-20-35149
MAGD_PHO 3 white C4: Lower electromagnet
URAM_PHO

DRAM_PHO

transducer
2 blue
GND 2 blue BA30-30-15062
GND

GND
GND

GND

1 1 black
GND black

J110 4 3 2 1 J109 4 3 2 1

A-8
Boards Connection Diagrams

Cable
4 red BA30-20-06490 red
3 white white C7: Cuvette-pushing
2 black limit transducer
black BA30-21-06490
1 green
green
J92 Cable
J91 4 3 2 1 BA30-20-06491
VCC 4 red red
4
3 white C8: Cuvette-taking
BACK_PHO 3 white
limit transducer
Main control board Feeder connection board 2 black
GND 2 black BA30-21-06491
BA34-30-63557 BA30-30-06314
GND 1 1 green green

J32 J99 J93 Cable


Cable
PRESSURE_PHO 1 BA30-20-06485 1 4 red BA30-20-06492 red
1 2 1 2 PRESSURE_PHO VCC 4
FRONT_PHO 2 2
FRONT_PHO
BUTTON_S 3 3 3 white white
3 4 3 4 BUTTON_S MIDDLE_PHO 3 C9: Insufficient-cuvette
BACK_PHO 4 4
BACK_PHO transducer
VCC 5 5 2 black
5 6 6 6 5 6 VCC GND 2 black BA30-21-06492
MIDDLE_PHO MIDDLE_PHO
7 7 1 green
GND 7 8 8 8 7 8 GND GND 1 green
LOADE_PHO LOADE_PHO
GND 9 9 J94
9 10 9 10 GND Cable
GND 10 10 GND
VCC 4 4 red BA30-20-06489 red

LOADE_PHO 3 3 white white C10: No-cuvette


transducer
GND 2 2 black
black BA30-21-06489
J98 GND 1 1 green
green
2
J95 Cable
1 4 red BA30-20-06488 red
VCC 4
3 white white C11: Pressure
PRESSURE_PHO 3
transducer
GND 2 black
2 black BA30-21-06488
DC+ DC- DC+ DC-
GND 1 1 green green
2 1 J97 2 1 J96

1 black
DC- M5: Feeder motor
J19 2 red BA30-21-06494
Power drive board 2 red Cable DC+
BA34-30-63559 DC+ 2 BA30-20-06494
DC- 1 1 blue
Cable
BA30-20-06464

A-9
Appendix B Test Points of Boards

B.1 Test Points on A/D Conversion Board


TP TOP/BOTTOM Descriptions
TP1 TOP The signal at 340nm
TP2 TOP The signal at 405nm
TP3 TOP The signal at 450nm
TP4 TOP The signal at 510nm
TP5 TOP The signal at 546nm
TP6 TOP The signal at 578nm
TP7 TOP The signal at 630nm
TP8 TOP The signal at 670nm
TP9 TOP The signal at 700nm
TP10 TOP The signal of REF
TP11 TOP The start signals of AD conversion
TP12 TOP GND
TP13 TOP The input analog signals of AD conversion

B.2 Test Points on Drive Board


TP TOP/BOTTOM Descriptions
TP1 TOP Signal ground (SHIELD) from the main control board
TP2 TOP 5V and 24V ground (GND)
TP3 TOP 5V and 24V ground (GND)
TP4 TOP 12V ground (12VGND)

B.3 Test Points on Reagent Refrigeration Board


TP TOP/BOTTOM Descriptions
TP1 TOP The temperature switch signal (low)
TP2 TOP The temperature switch signal (high)
TP3 TOP Reference ground
TP4 TOP The switch characteristic of Q1
TP5 TOP The voltage of the temperature transducer

B.4 Test Points on Main Control Board


TP TOP/BOTTOM Descriptions
TP1 BOTTOM&TOP TxD of Sample Unit

B-1
Test Points of Boards

TP TOP/BOTTOM Descriptions
TP2 BOTTOM&TOP RxD of Sample Unit
TP3 BOTTOM&TOP ALE of Sample Unit
TP4 BOTTOM&TOP TxD of photoelectric unit
TP5 BOTTOM&TOP RxD of photoelectric unit
TP6 BOTTOM&TOP ALE of photoelectric unit
TP7 BOTTOM&TOP INT of SPI port
TP8 BOTTOM&TOP RxD of Main unit
TP9 BOTTOM&TOP TxD of Main unit
TP10 BOTTOM&TOP ALE of Main unit
TP11 BOTTOM&TOP Clock Output of Crystal 16MHZ
TP12 BOTTOM&TOP TxD of loading/mixing unit
TP13 BOTTOM&TOP RxD of loading/mixing unit
TP14 BOTTOM&TOP ALE of loading/mixing unit
TP15 BOTTOM&TOP GND
TP16 BOTTOM&TOP VDD 3.3V power
TP17 BOTTOM&TOP VEE 1.5V power
TP18 BOTTOM&TOP VTTP +15V power
TP19 BOTTOM&TOP VTTN -15V power
TP20 BOTTOM&TOP GNDTT GND of 15V
TP21 BOTTOM&TOP VCC 5V Power
TP22 BOTTOM&TOP VPP 12V power
TP23 BOTTOM&TOP VCCA analog power of 5V
TP24 BOTTOM&TOP AGND analog GND of 5V
TP25 BOTTOM&TOP GND
TP26 BOTTOM&TOP RxD of Sample Unit Extended COM for Bar Code Scanner
TP27 BOTTOM&TOP TxD of Sample Unit Extended COM for Bar Code Scanner
TP28 BOTTOM&TOP TxD of Reagent Unit Extended COM for Bar Code Scanner
TP29 BOTTOM&TOP RxD of Main Unit Extended COM for ISE module
TP30 BOTTOM&TOP RxD of Reagent Unit Extended COM for Bar Code Scanner
TP31 BOTTOM&TOP TxD of Main Unit Extended COM for ISE module
TP32 BOTTOM&TOP Clock Output of Crystal 10MHZ
TP33 BOTTOM&TOP ALE of temperature unit
TP34 BOTTOM&TOP TxD of temperature unit
TP35 BOTTOM&TOP RxD of temperature unit
TP36 BOTTOM&TOP RxD of Reagent unit
TP37 BOTTOM&TOP TxD of Reagent unit
TP38 BOTTOM&TOP ALE of Reagent unit

B-2
Test Points of Boards

B.5 Test Points on PFC Board


TP TOP/BOTTOM Descriptions
TP1 BOTTOM The switch waveforms of Q3 and Q4
TP2 BOTTOM The drive waveform of Q5
TP3 BOTTOM The DC output (390V)
TP4 BOTTOM The reference voltage of U2 (7.5V)
TP5 BOTTOM The oscillation waveform of U2 (100KHz)
TP6 BOTTOM The Vss supply (19V)
TP7 BOTTOM The VDD supply (14V)
TP8 BOTTOM The VPP supply (12V)
TP9 BOTTOM The drive waveform of Q12 (85KHz)
TP10 BOTTOM The switch waveform of Q12
TP11 BOTTOM The current waveform of Q12
TP12 BOTTOM The reference voltage of U8 (5V)
TP13 BOTTOM The oscillation waveform of U8
TP14 BOTTOM The 12V(4.5A) supply

B.6 Test Points on 5V/12V Board


TP TOP/BOTTOM Descriptions
TP1 BOTTOM The DC output (390V)
TP2 BOTTOM Input side as reference ground
TP3 BOTTOM The VDD supply (14V)
TP4 BOTTOM The oscillation waveform of U301 (100KHz)
TP5 BOTTOM The reference voltage of U301 (5V)
TP6 BOTTOM The switch drive waveform
TP7 BOTTOM The switch waveform
TP8 BOTTOM The 12V(10A) output
TP9 BOTTOM The output control voltage of the board
TP10 BOTTOM The 12V(4.7A) output
TP11 BOTTOM The supply of FAN (12V)
TP12 BOTTOM The 5V output of the board
TP13 BOTTOM Output side as reference ground
TP14 BOTTOM The switch waveform of U355 (72KHz)
TP15 BOTTOM Short circuit with the output side reference ground and
measure the OVP point of the two 12Vs
TP16 BOTTOM Short circuit with the output side reference ground and
measure the OVP point of the two 5V

B-3
Test Points of Boards

B.7 Test Points on 24V Board


TP TOP/BOTTOM Descriptions
TP1 BOTTOM The DC output (390V)
TP2 BOTTOM Input side as reference ground
TP3 BOTTOM The switch waveform
TP4 BOTTOM The switch drive waveform
TP5 BOTTOM The current waveform of Q402
TP6 BOTTOM The VCC supply (14V)
TP7 BOTTOM The reference voltage of U405 (5V)
TP8 BOTTOM The oscillation waveform of U405 (100KHz)
TP9 BOTTOM The power on/off
TP10 BOTTOM The 24V output
TP11 BOTTOM Output side as reference ground
TP12 BOTTOM The voltage waveforms at the two ends of the rectifier and
fly-wheel diode
TP13 BOTTOM Short circuit with the output side reference ground and
measure the OVP point of the 24V

B-4
P/N: BA34-20-63690 (1.3)