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Service Manual

Microprocessed Electrosurgical Generator

Model
HF-120

Service Manual revision: 02


MICROPROCESSED ELECTROSURGICAL GENERATOR

Model HF-120

Service Manual

WEM Equipamentos Eletrônicos Ltda.


Corporate Taxpayer Registry no. 54 611 678/0001-30
Rua Marechal Mascarenhas de Moraes, 550
Ribeirão Preto - SP - Brazil
CEP 14095-120
( (55 - 16) 629-4600
Fax (55 - 16) 629-7337
E-mail – Technical Department: suptec@wem.com.br
Service Manual HF-120 Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SUBJECT PAGE
CHAPTER 1 – GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 Introduction ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1.1
1.2 General Features of HF-120 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1.2
1.3 Applications --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1.2
CHAPTER 2 – TECHNICAL INFORMATION
2.1 Technical Specifications ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2.1
2.2 Boards ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2.1
2.3 Radio Frequency Output --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2.1
2.4 Power vs. Load Curve ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2.1
2.5 Troubleshooting ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2.2
2.5.1 Introduction -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2.2
2.5.2 How to Use this Section ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2.2
2.5.3 Troubleshooting Guide ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2.2
2.6 Installation Instruction -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2.4
2.7 Routine M aintenance and Functional Checks --------------------------------------------------- 2.5
2.8 Version of the Software ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2,5
CHAPTER 3 – ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS
3.1 Bill of Schematics --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3.1
3.2 Electrical Schematics --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3.1
CHAPTER 4 – MAIN SIGNALS
4.1 Main Signals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4.1
CHAPTER 5 – TEST AND CALIBRATION
5.1 Test and Individual Calibration ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5.1
5.2 Full Calibration ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5.1
CHAPTER 6 – IDENTIFICATION PARTS OF THE EQUIPMENT
6.1 Identification Parts of the Equipment ----------------------------------------------------------------- 6.1
6.1.1 Front Panel ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6.1
6.1.2 CPU board ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6.2
6.1.3 MB board ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 6.3
6.1.4 Internal Diagram -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6.4
Appendix A A.1
Service Manual HF-120 General Information

1.1 – INTRODUCTION

The following service instructions are for use only by qualified personnel to installation and
maintenance of the electrosurgical unit described in this manual. WEM will not be responsible
for an improper use of the information contained here.
The purpose of this manual is to provide information about the application and the
installation of HF-120, such as technical information to maintenance and calibration.
WEM reserves the right to make changes in this manual or in the equipment without
advance notice.
All rights reserved. Contents of this manual may not be reproduced in any form without the
written permission of WEM Equipamentos Eletrônicos Ltda.

⇒ ATTENTION: Before to start the maintenance, read the Operational Manual of HF-120
carefully for a thorough understanding of operation and principles of electrosurgery.

Service Manual revision 2

Added sections 2.7 and 2.8, and subsections 2.5.1, 2.5.2 and 2.5.3, chapter 6 and
Appendix A, besides reorganization in this manual in relation to the previous one.

Note: Take a look on section “Version of the Software”, for use of the single and the double
footswitch.

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Service Manual HF-120 General Information

1.2 – GENERAL FEATURES OF HF-120

Features
- Fully microprocessed;
- Six functions: pure cut, blend 1, blend 2, blend 3, coagulation and bipolar;
- Power adjustment through waterproof shielded pushbuttons on front panel, in fast
and precise modes;
- High-visibility digital display indicates maximum power level for each mode;
- Volume adjustment on front panel;
- Non-volatile memory of power levels in all use modes;
- Compatible with Argon Beam Coagulator;
- Double footswitch (optional).

Safety
- Insulated bipolar output;
- Insulated power outputs to minimize the risk of burns;
- Patient-plate circuit monitoring system;
- Automatic selection voltage;
- INMETRO certificate in compliance with IEC 60601-1, 60601-2-2 and IEC 60601-1-2
standards (electromagnetic compatibility).

1.3 – APPLICATIONS

Designed for the gynecology, plastic, dermatology and otoryngology areas, among
other ones.
It also allows for the diagnosis and treatment of Vaginal Intraepithelial Neoplasia, breast
plastic surgery and removal of warts and spots.

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Service Manual HF-120 Technical Information

2.1 – TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

Power Supply: 100 – 240Vac – 45/65 Hz – automatic selection voltage


Operating Frequency: 480KHz
Dimensions: 15,0 x 24,5 x 26,0 cm (H x W x D)
Weight: 2,8 Kg (without transport unit)

2.2 – BOARDS

CPU board: responsible for all equipment control, where is the data memory (IC-U9), the
calibration memory (IC-U6), the microprocessor (IC-U8) and the circuits in
charge of activating and selection modes, the indicator lamps and the
audio circuit;
MB board: responsible for generation and control of output power, where is the bivolt
circuit (automatic selection voltage), the low power supply, the switching
power, and the power block;
Display board: complementary CPU board, used only for setting of the display.

2.3 – RADIO FREQUENCY OUTPUT


Values of power in a rated load.

HF-120 without High Cut function


MODE MAX. RATED POWER LOAD
Pure Cut
Blend 1
700Ω
Blend 2 100
Blend 3
Coag 300Ω
Bipolar 50 100Ω
Power in Watts

2.4 – POWER vs. LOAD CURVE


To the values in a rated load, see item 2.3 – Radio Frequency Output.

HF-120 without High Cut function


MODE 50Ω 100Ω 200Ω 1000Ω 1500Ω
Pure ---- 64 to 96 80 to 120 ---- 48 to 72
Blend 1 ---- 64 to 96 80 to 120 ---- 56 to 84
Blend 2 ---- 64 to 96 80 to 120 ---- 56 to 84
Blend 3 ---- 64 to 96 80 to120 ---- 56 to 84
Coag Spray ---- 64 to 96 80 to 120 ---- 80 to 120
Bipolar 52 to 78 ---- 28 to 44 08 to 12 ----
Power in watts

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Service Manual HF-120 Technical Information

2.5 – TROUBLESHOOTING

2.5.1 – INTRODUCTION
This section explains how to troubleshoot the HF-120 if the problems arise.
The table below shows the most common faults that could happen, the observations
that could be done and the possible causes.

Note: let us know about the new faults presented and that can be added to this manual.

2.5.2 – HOW TO USE THIS SECTION


Use this section together with the electrical schematics (chapter 3) and the main signals
(chapter 4).

2.5.3 – TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

FAULT OBSERVATIONS POSSIBLE CAUSE


- Lack of voltage on electric network
General fuse on rear panel Switching power supply and/or
opened power block is faulty
- Power supply cable is faulty
- On/off switch is faulty
Check waveform on point C (M1 –
Q2 – MB board – burned
MB board)
Equipment does not on – Disconnection of the Check cables
leds and display does not internal linkings
light up Bad contact Check cables or boards
MB board – power supply output
Schematic: M1 – MB board
- Check Power Supply Frequency
There’s no power supplies - Check Q2 – MB board
- Check regulators
CPU board
- Check the regulators
Accessory is faulty (activating on
footswitch)
No excitation waveform on power
block
No HV voltage (out of switching
power)
In any mode, but emit tone
- No VCON signal (on CPU or MB)
- No excitation on transistors of driver
There’s no output power
and power block circuit
- Check transistors driver and/or
power
Transistors of power block faulty
Just at Bipolar output, but
Accessories faulty
emit tone
In any mode and no tone is
Footswitch faulty
emitted

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Service Manual HF-120 Technical Information

FAULT OBSERVATIONS POSSIBLE CAUSE


Bivolt circuit (MB board) does not
switched over to 110 with the
Low HV voltage
equipment connected to the 110V
network
Low output power
Check resistors of transistors
polarization of the switching power
-
Check performance of the leakage
circuit
Plate used not in right way (see
operation manual)
Equipment grounding lacking
Plate burns
- Electric network grounding not
Neuromuscular stimulation
correct
Out Module with low frequency
leakage - faulty
- S-cord is faulty (connection elements
Arcing through endoscope
of the metallic part of the
contact
endoscope with the patient plate
Equipment delayed during Audio altered Crystal XTAL1 – CPU board
panel initialing
Continuous output power With accessories Accessory is faulty
(without activate the - Check footswitch
equipment, but emitting
correspondent tone
Without waveform Check signals in U11 – MB board
Check crystal XTAL1 – CPU board
RF waveform
Different of specified Check if reset of the RF signal is
acting (pin 1 – U6/MB board

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Service Manual HF-120 Technical Information

2.6 – INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION


Preparation to use

- Connect the power cord into the rear panel APPLIANCE INLET connector;
- Set the on/off switch located on the rear panel to OFF;
- Connect the power plug to a grounded outlet;
- Set the on/off switch to ON. The green POWER lamp and the STDBY amber lamp on
the upper right front panel should light up, indicating that the equipment is in stand-
by mode;
- Push the STDBY key located on the front panel once in order to set the electrosurgery
unit to the operating mode.

Preparation for Monopolar Surgery


Once the equipment is connected to the electric mains, follow the steps below and
prepare it for monopolar surgery.

- Connect the FS12 single footswitch or the FS14 double footswitch to the FOOTSWITCH
female connector located on the rear panel. The footswitch male connector must be
pushed until a click is heard, indicating that the connection is firm. To remove the
footswitch, simply press the button on the connector on the rear panel, and at the
same time pull the male connector backward;
- Connect the plate cable to the patient plate. The PC08 cable has two threaded pins
that must be threaded to the two threaded nuts of the PP05 stainless-steel reusable
plate. In case you are using regular or split (PPM-type) disposable adhesive plates,
the PC07 cable must be used to connect the clamp to the adhesive plate ear;
- Connect the other end of the plate cable to the PATIENT terminal on the lower front
panel;
- Connect the handpiece to the ACCESSORY outlet.
Note: Other accessories, such as monopolar forceps, monopolar accessories for video-
laparoscopic surgery etc, can also be connected to the ACCESSORY outlet.

Preparation for Bipolar Surgery


Once the equipment is connected the electric mains, follow the steps below and
prepare it for bipolar surgery.

- Connect the cable of the bipolar instrument to the BIPOLAR outlet located on the
lower front panel;
- Select Bipolar through the keys on front panel so as to cause the lamp to light up;
When activating the footswitch, the BIP lamp on the upper front panel should light up at the
same time as a low-picthed function-indicating tone is heard. Power control is by means of the
increase or decrease keys located on the front panel. The display indicates in MAX watts. It is
important to notice that the function-indicating lamp must only light up if there is a radio-
frequency power in the BIPOLAR outlet.

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2.7 – ROUTINE MAINTENANCE AND FUNCTIONAL CHECKS

WEM recommends that this maintenance be performed by a qualified service personal


twice a year. Record the results of the test to reference in future maintenances. If the
electrosurgical unit fails to meet any of the checks, refer to item 2.5 – Troubleshooting.

RECOMMENDED TEST EQUIPMENTS:


a – Electrosurgical analizer DNI 454A, or equivalent;
b – Digital multimeter Fluke 110, or equivalent
c – Oscilloscope – Tektronix TDS 210, or equivalent
d – Probe x10 and x100

SEQUENCE OF CHECKING:
1 – Check the external part of the equipment:
Case: Check the general conditions
Rear panel: Check the on/off switch, the footswitch connectors, the fuse holder cover
and fuses (check it for proper values)
Front panel: Check the polycarbonate, the keys and/or encoders and the borne ruler
connections.

2 – Make sure that anything unattached is inside the equipment.

3 – Inspect the identification label for legibility. If the label is not legible, contact WEM.

4 – Turn the equipment on and check it for general conditions of operation:


Check if all leds and displays light properly.
Check the activations of footswitches, handswitch and keys, functioning tones and fault
conditions.

5 – Check the output powers of the equipment:


Check power in steps from 10 to 10 percent.
Check rated output power and power vs. load curve (according to items 2.3 and 2.4 of
this manual).

6 – Inspect all the accessories accompanying, including the power cord and footswitch cable.

2.8 – VERSION OF THE SOFTWARE


The purpose of this section is to show the difference between each version of the
software.
Important: To identify the version of the software, see label on IC U8 (CPU board).

MODEL VERSION FEATURES


120 2 Output power in MAX WATT
120 3 -
Excluded HI CUT function
HF-120 120 3.1
Output power in MAX WATT
Option for 02 connections of footswitch (single and double)
120.4
Complies with IEC 60601-2-2 standard

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Service MAnual HF-120 Electrical Schematics

3.1 - BILL OF SCHEMATICS

FILENAME DESCRIPTION REVISION SHEET


Ihf1201.s01 Interconnection 1.1 01 I1
Cphf1204.s01 CPU board 1.3 04 C1
Cphf1204.s02 CPU board 2.3 04 C2
Cphf1204.s03 CPU board 3.3 04 C3
Mbhf12011.s01 MB board 1.4 11 M1
Mbhf12011.s02 MB board 2.4 11 M2
Mbhf12011.s03 MB board 3.4 11 M3
Mbhf12011.s04 MB board 4.4 11 M4
Display.s01 Display board 1.1 00 D1

3.2 – ELECTRICAL SCHEMATICS


The electrical schematics are in the following pages.

Page 3.1
Rear Panel Connections (Internal View) Out Module Connections
(Frontal View)

BL BW 1 2 3 1 2 1 2

CN6 CN5 CN4

BW
BL BW ACCESSORY PATIENT BIPOLAR
RD !
BL - Blue WT
GR/YL GR/YL
WT - White
BW - Brown BK F
BL - Black
GR/YL - Green/Yellow
A B C D
HC14
+5V
U11:D

9 8 3840KHZ
+5V +3.3V U2 +5V
7805
XTAL1 1 3

R1
R66
R67
R68
10V
3.84MHz
10K 10K 10K 10K
CN1 C3
C4
R2

1 1 C1 2 C2 1
PPM
330R

2 100nf 100nF

R9

R3
R6
R7
R8

R4
R5
F-CG

7x1K
100uF/6,3V
100uF/6,3V

3
VCOM
4
PT(IOUT)
5 U8
PT(FUGA)
LD1

6 R10 EP1K10 (POWER)


PT(IRF) +5V +3.3V
7 4M7 3840KHZ 39 100 U3
/RESET(3526) GCLK1 TCK TCK
8 90 3 LM2937 PT1
RELE(BIP/MONO) C5 GCLK2 TDO TDO
9 C6 1 3
RELE(CT/CG) 12pF /RESET 38 24
10 12pF I TMS TMS
/65KHZ 40 73
11 I TDI TDI
RF 89 1 C7
12 I CONF_DONE CONFDONE
4 91 2 2 100nF
F-S I NCEO
13
C8

HS-CG 25
NSTATUS NSTATUS
100uF/6,3V

14 51
15 NCONFIG
10V 54
16 MSEL0
F-CT 53
MSEL1
74
C9 C10 NCE +5V +2.5V
75 U4 A
DCLK DCLK
100nF 100nF 76 LM2937
DATA0 DATA0
1 3
C11 C12
5 50
/F-S I/O I/O SEG(A)
100nF 100nF 6 79
/PPM I/O I/O SEG(B) C13
7 80
C14

2 100nF
/F-CG I/O I/O SEG(C)
8 81
T(STDBY) I/O I/O SEG(D)
100uF/6,3V

2 9 82 2
+5V T(POWERUP) I/O I/O SEG(E)
10 84
T(POWERDW) I/O I/O SEG(F)
3 68 49
T(MODULO) I/O I/O SEG(G)
+5V 69 48 U5
T(VOLUMEUP) I/O I/O PONTO
70 85 +3.3V LM809
T(VOLUMEDW) I/O I/O DISP(A)
4 71 47 2
T(HICUT) I/O I/O DISP(B) /RESET /RESET
13 86 3

R12
T(SAVE) I/O I/O DISP(C)

10K
R11 14 46 3V3
T(LOAD) I/O I/O LED(A) 1
10K 15 45 GND
I/O I/O RELE(MONO/BIP)
16 43
U1:B CS(EEPROM) I/O I/O RELE(CG/CT)
HC14 61 87
SK(EEPROM) I/O I/O 65KHZ
RESET(3526) 3 4 /RESET(3526) 62 93

W1
DI(EEPROM) I/O I/O /RF
63 34 (*)
DO(EEPROM) I/O I/O RESET(3526)
64 33
+5V

/F-CT I/O I/O /FREQ(AUDIO) R16


65 32
HC14 /HS-CG I/O I/O /PWM(VOL) U6
19 31 0R
FM

U1:E I/O I/O /VCOM FM93C66LEM8


PPM 11 10 /PPM 20 30 4 +5V 1 8
I/O I/O /PT(IOUT) CS(EEPROM) CS VCC R19
21 29
+3.3V

I/O I/O /PT(FUGA) 2 7


22 94 SK(EEPROM) SK NC 0R
I/O I/O /PT(IRF) 3 6
CN2 FAULT 620R DI(EEPROM) DI ORG
(*) 23 28 4 5
I/O I/O R13 DO(EEPROM) DO GND
55 27 LD2
1 TCK I/O I/O STDBY
56 96 332R
I/O I/O R14
57 26 LD3
2 I/O I/O (*)
58 97 HICUT 332R
R20

I/O I/O R15


10K

77 98 LD4
U1:A I/O I/O (*)
3 TDO 78 99
HC14 I/O I/O
65KHZ 1 2 /65KHZ
3 4 41 37
3
GND VCCINT

+5V
11 12 +3.3V
5 GND VCCINT U9
TMS 18 35
GND VCCINT EPC1441PC8
U1:C 36 52
HC14 GND VCCINT 1 8
/RF RF 6 42 60 DATA0 DATA VCC
+2.5V

5 6 GND VCCINT 2 7
59 72 DCLK DCLK VCC
GND VCCINT 3 6
7 66 92 NSTATUS OE NC
GND VCCINT 4 5
88 CONFDONE NCS GND

10K
10K
R21
R22
8 GND
95 4
GND VCCIO
17
9 TDI VCCIO
44
VCCIO
67
10 VCCIO
83
+3.3V

U1:D VCCIO
HC14
F-S 9 8 /F-S

C46
+2.5V
100nF
HC14
U1:F
F-CG 13 12 /F-CG
C15 C16 C17 C18 C19
C47 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF
100nF
C1
HC14
U7:E
F-CT 11 10 /F-CT
4 C48
+3.3V +5V 4
100nF Note: All resistors are 0.125/2% unless otherwise specified Title
HC14 All capacitors have the minimum voltage of 16V unless otherwise specified.
HF120/SS200A - CPU PCB
U7:F
HS-CG 13 12 /HS-CG C20 C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 C26 C27 C28 Size Number Rev
100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF (*) Not placed
C49
100nF A3 CH1204.S01 4
# Measurement point of signal
Date 08/07/03 Drawn by JONAS
Filename CH1204.PCB Sheet 1 of 3
A B C D
A B C D

10V

1 8x560R/1W CORTE
1
LD7
R23
BL1
LD8
R24
+5V
BL2
LD9
R25
BL3
LD10
R26
SPRAY
LD11
R27
BIP

R29
R30
R31
R32
R33
R34
R35
R36
R37
HC14 LD12
R28
U7:A CUT

10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
10K
2 1 LD13
T(POWERUP) R39 R38
10K COAG
LD14
HC14 R40
U7:B
4 3
T(POWERDW) R41
10K U10
DS2003
HC14 1 16
U7:C SEG(E) IN1 OUT1
2 15
6 5 SEG(D) IN2 OUT2
T(MODULO) R42 3 14
10K SEG(C) IN3 OUT3
4 13
PONTO IN4 OUT4
HC14 5 12
2 U7:D SEG(B) IN5 OUT5 2
6 11
8 9 SEG(A) IN6 OUT6
T(VOLUMEUP) R43 7 10
10K SEG(F) IN7 OUT7
8 9
GND COM
U11:E
HC14
10 11
T(VOLUMEDW) R44
10K
U11:F U12
HC14 DS2003
1 16
12 13 SEG(G) IN1 OUT1
T(STDBY) R45 2 15
10K DISP(A) IN2 OUT2
3 14
DISP(B) IN3 OUT3
U11:A 4 13
HC14 DISP(C) IN4 OUT4
5 12
LED(A) IN5 OUT5
2 1 6 11 RELE(BIP/MONO)
T(HICUT) R46 RELE(MONO/BIP) IN6 OUT6
10K 7 10 RELE(CT/CG)
RELE(CG/CT) IN7 OUT7
8 9
HC14 GND COM
U11:B
4 3
T(SAVE) R47
10K
CUT
HC14
U11:C 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6
6 5
T(LOAD) R48
10K
CN3
CN4

3 3
DISPLAY DP1-DP2-DP3

K1
K2
K3
K4
K5
K6
K7
K8
K9

C29 C30 C31 C32 C33 C34 C35 C36 C37

10NF 10NF 10NF 10NF 10NF 10NF 10NF 10NF 10NF

C2
4 4
Title
HF120/SS200A - CPU PCB
Note: All resistors are 0.125W/2% unless otherwise specified.
All capacitors have the minimum voltage of 16V unless otherwise specified. Size Number Rev

A3 CH1204.S02 4
Date 08/07/03 Drawn by JONAS
Filename CH1204.PCB Sheet 2 of 3
A B C D
A B C D

1 1
U13:A
U14:B PROTECAO DE CORRENTE (RF) 2 - 27L4 R50
MC74HC14D 1K
AUDIO 10V
3 4 U14:D R52 1
/FREQ(AUDIO) MC74HC14D PT(IRF)
10K
9 8 3
(1) /PT(IRF) +
R58 R59
1K 24R C39 R54
100nF 10K

U14:C R61
MC74HC14D
1k
5 6 Q2
/PWM(VOL)
MJB44H11

2 2
Q1 1 U13:C
C41 MMBT3904 AJUSTE DE POTENCIA 9 27L4
Q3 CN5 - R55
100nF
MJD45H11 1K
U14:E 8
R56 VCOM
MC74HC14D 10K
11 10 10
(1) /VCOM +

2 C40
R57 2
10K
100nF

U13:D
PROTECAO DE (HVRF) 13 27L4
- R62
U13:B 1K
6 27L4 14
- R49 U14:F R63 PT(FUGA)
1k MC74HC14D 10K
U14:C 7 PT(IOUT) 13 12 12
MC74HC14D (1) /PT(FUGA) +
10K
/PT(IOUT) 1 2 5
R51 + R65
C42
10K
100nF
R53
10K
C38
100nF

3 3

+5V

C43 C45

100nF 100nF

C3
4 Note: All resistors are 0.125W/2% unless otherwise specified. 4
Title
All capacitors have the minimum voltage of 16V unless otherwise specified. HF120/SS200A - CPU PCB
# Revision Size Number Rev

A3 CH1204.S03 4
Date 08/07/03 Drawn by JONAS
Filename CH1204.PCB Sheet 3 of 3
A B C D
A B C D

CN1
1
PPM
2
F-CG
3
VCOM
4
PT(IOUT)
5
PT(FUGA)
6
1 PT(IRF) 1
7
/RESET(3526)
8
RELE(BIP/MONO)
9
RELE(CT/CG) R1
10 C1
/65KHZ 10R/1W
11 10nF/100V
RF
12
F-S
13
HS-CG D1 VA
14
AC2 1N4007 D2
15 TF1 MUR420
10V 1 10 1 U1 3
16 12V
F-CT 7812 C3 C4
D3
1N4007 R2 C2 1000UF/16V
AC1 6K8/2W 2 8 2200UF/25V 100nF
2

R3
D4 100K/2W R4 C6
1N4007 C5 C 10R/1W 10nF/100V
47uF/350V
Q1
Q2
MJE13003 R5 R6
D5
1N4007 BUZ80A 450R/2W 470R/1W
7 -5V
Z1 D7 A
LIM(I)
BZX79C10 1N4007
D6
1N4937 C8 Z2
C7
2 R7 8 220UF/16V BZX90C12 2
R8 R10 330pF/1KV
5K6 4K87 1963
12VC VREF 12VC

R9 C9
U3 4 10nF/100V
12VRELE 10R/1W
1 16 VREF R11 C10
IN- ROUT 10R/1W
2 15 Q3 10nF/100V
R12 IN+ VCC
1K 3 14 2N2222
OSCOUT EMIT2 D8 D9
LIM(I) 4 13 C11 10V
CLIM+ COL2 1nF 12VC 1N4937 1N4937
5 12
CLIM- COL1 5 6 1 U2 3 5V
6 11
RT EMIT1 7805
7 10 SD
CT SD D10 C13 C12 C15
8 9 MUR420
GND COMP
2200UF/25V
C18 R13 R14 4 8 2 100nF 1000UF/16V
4273 100nF 3K01 2N2907 10K
4 Q4 4399
R15 C19 R17 C16 C17
22K C20 R16 4K87 1UF/16V 220UF/16V
1nF 1K R18 PT2
100nF
680R

PT1 VREF
8
VREF
12VRELE
D11
3 R113 3
R22 R23 1N4148
R19 1M 12VC
270K 100K 1M
R20 R21 VREF
VA
100K 4K87 220/110
R25
5 U4:B R26 10K
3 U4:A
+ 5 100K
R24 +
270K Q5
1 C79
2N2222 7 SD
VAA C22 1nF
2 R27 220pF
- VAA 6
10K -
4318
R62 4318
10k
R28
R29 C24
2K C23 C80 D22
19K1 220pF C73
1nF 1nF 1N4148
100uF 5
8

Note: The components L4, R7, TF1, U3 and U4 are referenced by WEM code.
M1
All resistors are 0.33W/5% unless otherwise specified.
4 All capacitors have the minimum voltage of 25V unless otherwise specified. 4
Title
(*) Not placed HF120/SS200A-MB / SUPPLY
Size Number Rev
# Revision
A3 MBHF12011.S01 11
# Measurement point of signal. Date 20/08/03 Drawn by CARLOS
Filename PCB MBHF1205 Sheet 01 of 04
A B C D
A B C D
D12
D23 1N4148
1N4148 VIN U6:C
12VRELE 4023
12VRELE 1
13
R96 /RESET(3526)
1K 10 12
Q19 5V
Q14 11
2 1 VN10KN
2N2222 J2
R95 R30 U7
RL1 C25 47K
10K 1uF
1 C74 4359 D13 12V 7 17 12V 1
+CS VCC
220uF/16V 3K3G08 2 R31 6 5
-CS SOFT
5 4 FASE2 470R 13 8
OUTA RST
3 D FASE1 16 9
OUTB RT
L1 3 11
C28 C29 R33 COMP RD
2 4
100nF/400V 100nF/400V D14 470R -IN CSS
AC1 1 10
SK3G08 +IN CT
18 14 12V
CN2 C27 4n7/6KV R32 R34 C26 C31 R36 VREF VC
15 12
4R7/5W GND SYNC

470uF/250V
100K/2W C30 100nF 5K1 R35
2 33nF 560R
6 3 C34 1614
AC2 4 5 15nF C32 C33 R37 R38
3 2,2nF 100nF 10R 3k65 C35
4381 A 1uF/35V
C36 RL2 4359
1 G
4n7/6KV
12VRELE 220/110 D15 R40 R41
SK3G08 100K 100K
1 2
9 6 C37
R39
100K/2W HV
C78 VCOM
10nF
R42

470uF/250V
D17
D16 SK3G08 100K R43 R44
1N4148 2K2 C38
10K
1uF

2 2
12V VIN
PT3
Q7
IRF840
Q6 R45
2N2222 47R/1W
TF2 10
9
R59
FASE1 1 1K
C39 R46 5
1K PT(IOUT) +
1uF/35v U8:B
R51 C41 7
Q8 1K
8
2N2907 C43 1nF
C42
22R/2W 330pF/1KV TP2 6
1uF/35V 1uF -
2 9 R48 C40 200K 4318
Q9 R60
IRF840 1K
R47 9
47R/1W

/PT-POWER
7
R49 9
4406 1K
1 TF3 9
D18

R93
L2 HV

47R/7W
3 R56 3
D 47K
8 2 1 HVRF A-HVRF
C14
12V 1nF/400V 4404
VIN
C44 TP1
2 10
100uF/250V 1K
Q10 R52 4401
2N2222 47R/1W Q11
TF4 9 IRF840

FASE2 4
C46 R54 R53 C47
1K
1uF/35v 22R/2W 330pF/1KV
Q12
7
2N2907

5 8

R55
47R/1W Q13
IRF840

6 M2
R58
4644 R57
1K 4694
4 4
# Revision Title
HF120/SS200A-MB / SUPPLY
# Measurement point of signal
Size Number Rev
Note: The components L1, L2, R58, RL1, RL2, TF2, TF3, TF4, U7 and U8 are referenced by WEM code.
All resistors are 0.33W/5% unless otherwise specified. A3 MBHF12011.S02 11
All capacitors have the minimum voltage of 25V unless otherwise specified. Date 20/08/03 Drawn by CARLOS
Filename PCB MBHF1205 Sheet 02 of 04
A B C D
A B C D

1
2
D21
1N4148 CN5
5V R61
R94 220R/1W
5K1
D24
U8:A 1N4148 D26 6
1N4148
1 - 2
1
VCOM 1 R63 HV
470R CN3
R64 C49
3 PT(FUGA) R65 1uF
+ 100K 1K 1
C50
4318 10nF
2

C51 3
1uF/35V
4

4359
3
5 4

RL3
C52
15nF/500V
5V 5V 2 1

R66 U9
C53 12V RELE(CT/CG)
2 1K 305 R67 2
100pf 1K
8
2 PT(IRF) D27
5 +
6 1N4148
7 C54 12V
1nF
3 IRF C55 C56
- Q22 1uF 1uF 12V
1
4 2 5 3
C57 RL4
-5V VN10KM
180pF
D28
1N4148
3 A-HVRF 4359

12V RELE(BIP/MONO)
1 4
E
F
U6:A U11
U10:A
4023
/PT-POWER 1 4071 R68
1 8
5V 2 9 1 NC NC 1R2/1W
D29 D30 8
8 3 2 7
9 IN1 OUT1 GI828 GI828 10
2 U10:C
3 6 HVRF 9
GND VCC
4 5
IN2 OUT2 4071
3 4023 3
U6:B 4314
3 R69 R70 R97 R98 5
5V 4 6 C59 4694 R72 4694 4694 4694 4
R71 R99 R100 U10:B
RF 5 10uF/35V 22R 22R 22R 22R 6

4071

Q15 Q16 Q20 Q21


12
IRF840 IRF840 IRF840 IRF840
11
U10:D
13

R73 R74 R101 R102


1K 1K 1K 1K
R75
3K
IRF

R77 C60 R76


5K1 1963 3
1uF/35V

M3
Note: The components RL3, RL4, R69, R70, R76, R97, R98, U8, U9 and U11 are referenced by WEM code.
4 4
All resistors are 0.33W/5% unless otherwise specified. Title
HF120/SS200A-MB / POWER RF
All capacitors have the minimum voltage of 25V unless otherwise specified.
Size Number Rev
(*) Not placed.
A3 MBHF12011.S03 11
# Revision # Measurement point of signal
Date 20/08/03 Drawn by CARLOS
Filename PCB MBHF1205 Sheet 03 of 04
A B C D
A B C D

12V 12V

R78 C62
10R 2.2nF/100V D19
5V
R103 1N4148
9 15K
TF5
7 10 R108
5 9 4k87
1 + 1
D31 TP4 U5:C 14
1K F-CT
1N4148 339
R80 C65 R81 R82 8
C63 C64 -
10R 2.2nF/100V 220R/1W 2k2
1uF 100nF
R111
CN4 270R C45 5V
1 R109
4 100nF
2 12VG 1k87
3 7 2 12V R114
D33 4k87
R112 1N4148 R83 6 -
150R
68R/1W 7 9
GNDG 11 U5:B 1 F-CG
C66 339
9
Z3 10uF/35V 7
+
12V/0.5W
5V
6 1
C48
R115
GNDG 4545 100nF
R116 C67 820R
CN7 470R R117
1 1.8nF/100V D34
B 4K87
(*) 2 1N4148
4 -
(*)
2 U5:A 2 F-S 2
9 GNDG R84 339
10R 5
+
D35 /65KHZ 4318
1N4148 R106
4K87 C58
Q17 9
12V 100nF
VN10KM
12V

D20
1N4148
R118
TP3 D25 15K
1K 1N4148 10
CN6:4 U14:A
4 3
+ 393
R119 C81 1 5V
10R F-CT
R120 2n2
C82 5V
220R 2
R121 100nF - 5V C68
2K2 R85
CN6:2 10R 2.2nF/100V R86
2
4K87
R104
R122 4K87
C83 R123
3K9 4K87 R87
100nF 393 1K
6 -
R124 10 -
CN6:6 47R-1W
3 6
12V U14:B
7
HS-CG D36 U5:D 13 PPM
3
R89
1N4148 VZ 339
5 2k
+ R88 11
C69 D37
220R/1W C70 +
11 1uF
1N4148 100nF
CN6:8 CN6:5
8 R125 C84 5
5K6 100nF 7
C85 D40 3
12V RELE(BIP/MONO)
1n8 1N4148 1
R90 R91 C71
100R/1W 4K87 1uF R107
D43
11 1N4148 8k2
C72 D38
R126 /65KHZ 1.8nF/100V 1N4148
D41 10R
1N4148 B
Q23
VN10KLS

R92 /65KHZ
D39 10R
1N4148
Q18
VN10KM

M4
4 HF120/SS200A-MB 4
12V 5V
Title
Note: The components TF5 and U12 are referenced by WEM code FOOT and HANDSWITCH
All resistors are 0.33W/5% unless otherwise specified. C76
Size Number Rev
C86 C77 C75
100nF 100nF 100nF 100nF
All capacitors have the minimum voltage of 25V unless otherwise specified. MBHF12011.S04 11
A3
# Measurement point of signal
Date 20/08/03 Drawn by CARLOS
# Revision (*) Not Placed
Filename PCB MBHF1205 Sheet 04 of 04
A B C D
A B C D

1 1

CN2
CN1
1 2 3 4 5 6 5 4 3 2 1

1 3
E +
2 8
D +
4
2 C 2
5 .
6 DP1
B
7
A 2296
9
F
10
G

1 3
E +
2 8
D +
4
C
5 .
6
B DP2
7
A
9 2296
F
10
G

3 3
1 3
E +
2 8
D +
4
C
5 .
6
B DP3
7
A
9 2296
F
10
G

The components DP1, DP2 and DP3 are referenced by WEM code.
D1
4 4
Title
DISPLAY PCB
Size Number Rev

A3 DISPLAY.S01 00
Date 13/05/02 Drawn by JONAS
Filename DISPLAY1.PCB Sheet 01 of 01
A B C D
Service Manual HF-120 Main Signals

4.1 – MAIN SIGNALS


Note: see the measurement point of signal in schematic sheet.

+2,5V cc M. point: U4/3


+3,3Vcc “ U3/3
Schematic: C1 – CPU board

+12Vcc M. point: U1/3


A Power Supplies +5Vcc “ U2/3
-5Vcc ” Anode of Z2
Schematic: M1 – MB board

±340Vcc M. point: R34


Schematic: M2 – MB board
Control Circuit Frequency
Measurement Point: Gate of Q17 or Q18
Schematic: M4 – MB board
Note: Reference in GND

Power Supply Frequency


Measurement Point: Drain of Q2
Schematic: M1 – MB board
Note: Electrosurgery in 110Vac
Jumper J2 (MB board)
disconnected
Reference in PT1

THE OSCILLOSCOPE MUST BE INSULATED


OF THE GROUND OF THE ELECTRIC NET

C
Power Supply Frequency
Measurement Point: Drain of Q2
Schematic: M1 – MB board
Note: Electrosurgery in 220Vac
Jumper J2 (MB board)
disconnected
Reference in PT1

THE OSCILLOSCOPE MUST BE INSULATED


OF THE GROUND OF THE ELECTRIC NET

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Service Manual HF-120 Main Signals

Switched Power Supply Excitation


Measurement Point: R31 and R33
Schematic: M2 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board)
disconnected
Reference in GND
Display in 50
Electrosurgery activated

THE OSCILLOSCOPE MUST BE INSULATED


OF THE GROUND OF THE ELECTRIC NET

Switched Power Supply Excitation


Measurement Point: R45, R47, R52 and
R55
Schematic: M2 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board)
disconnected
D Reference in GNDD
Display in 50
Electrosurgery activated

THE OSCILLOSCOPE MUST BE INSULATED


OF THE GROUND OF THE ELECTRIC NET
Switched Power Supply Excitation
Measurement Point: R45 and R47 or R52
and R55
Schematic: M2 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board)
disconnected
Reference in GNDD
Display in 50
Electrosurgery activated

THE OSCILLOSCOPE MUST BE INSULATED


OF THE GROUND OF THE ELECTRIC NET
Pure Cut RF waveform
Measurement Point: R71
Schematic: M3 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board)
disconnected
Reference in GND
E Display in 50
Electrosurgery activated

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Service Manual HF-120 Main Signals

Blend 1 RF waveform
Measurement Point: R71
Schematic: M3 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board)
disconnected
Reference in GND
Display in 50
Electrosurgery activated

Blend 2 RF waveform
Measurement Point: R71
Schematic: M3 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board)
disconnected
Reference in GND
Display in 50
Electrosurgery activated

E
Blend 3 RF waveform
Measurement Point: R71
Schematic: M3 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board)
disconnected
Reference in GND
Display in 50
Electrosurgery activated

Spray Coagulation RF waveform


Measurement Point: R71
Schematic: M3 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board)
disconnected
Reference in GND
Display in 50
Electrosurgery activated

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Service Manual HF-120 Main Signals

Bipolar RF waveform
Measurement Point: R71
Schematic: M3 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board)
disconnected
Reference in GND
E Display in 25
Electrosurgery activated

Pure Cut HV waveform


Measurement Point: Anode of D30
Schematic: M3 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board) connected
Reference in GND
Display in 100
Electrosurgery activated with a
700Ω load

THE OSCILLOSCOPE MUST BE INSULATED


OF THE GROUND OF THE ELECTRIC NET

Blend 1 HV waveform
Measurement Point: Anode of D30
Schematic: M3 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board) connected
Reference in GND
Display in 100
F Electrosurgery activated with a
700Ω load

THE OSCILLOSCOPE MUST BE INSULATED


OF THE GROUND OF THE ELECTRIC NET

Blend 2 HV waveform
Measurement Point: Anode of D30
Schematic: M3 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board) connected
Reference in GND
Display in 100
Electrosurgery activated with a
700Ω load

THE OSCILLOSCOPE MUST BE INSULATED


OF THE GROUND OF THE ELECTRIC NET

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Service Manual HF-120 Main Signals

Blend 3 HV waveform
Measurement Point: Anode of D30
Schematic: M3 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board) connected
Reference in GND
Display in 100
Electrosurgery activated with a
700Ω load

THE OSCILLOSCOPE MUST BE INSULATED


OF THE GROUND OF THE ELECTRIC NET

Spray Coagulation HV waveform


Measurement Point: Anode of D30
Schematic: M3 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board) connected
Reference in GND
Display in 100
F Electrosurgery activated with a
300Ω load

THE OSCILLOSCOPE MUST BE INSULATED


OF THE GROUND OF THE ELECTRIC NET

Bipolar HV waveform
Measurement Point: Anode of D30
Schematic: M3 – MB board
Note: Jumper J2 (MB board) connected
Reference in GND
Display in 50
Electrosurgery activated with a
100Ω load

THE OSCILLOSCOPE MUST BE INSULATED


OF THE GROUND OF THE ELECTRIC NET

Page 4.5
Service Manual HF-120 Test and Calibration

5.1 – TEST and INDIVIDUAL CALIBRATION


If you need to calibrate an individual mode, please contact us by Technical
Department.

5.2 – FULL CALIBRATION


In case of changing the calibration memory (IC U6 – CPU board) it is necessary a full
calibration of the equipment.
Before beginning this procedure, make sure that the version of the software is the
same as this procedure; otherwise, contact us by Technical Department informing the
version of the software, the model and the serial number.

Note: This calibration procedure refers to software “120 4” (see label on U8 – CPU board)

MATERIAL REQUIRED
Electrosurgical Analyzer
2000 Ohms Load Module
Electrosurgical Unit’s acessories (patient plate, handpiece and bipolar forceps)
Fan (size: about 30 cm)

SEQUENCE

1. On CPU board, change IC U6.

2. Turn on the ESU on a 110 – 135Vac electric network.


2.1 Connect the patient plate into the PATIENT outlet.

3. Set the display values to zero for all modes.

5. Connect a jumper in W1 (CPU board) to enter in the calibration mode.


Note: On calibration mode, the STDBY key will select the U., R. and F. parameters.
To select a parameter: press the STDBY key once, after activates the ESU to see the
parameter indication on display.
To save: after adjust the mode, deactivate the footswitch and press the SAVE key
once.
⇒ IMPORTANT: If you activate the footswitch again, before you press the SAVE key,
you will lose the calibration of the current mode.

5. Select R. parameter (press STDBY key). Activate the electrosurgical unit and takes the
value of all modes to zero through the DOWN key of volume. Press the SAVE key after each
calibrated mode.

6. Select F. parameter (press STDBY key). Activate the electrosurgical unit and press the UP
key of volume up to you does not increase the values anymore (it must appear the value
.26 on display). Press the SAVE key after each calibrated mode.
6.1 Repeat the procedure above to U. parameter.

7. Select U. parameter (press STDBY key).


7.1 Connect the accessories: patient plate, handpiece and bipolar forceps.
7.2 Set the electrosurgical analyzer to power measurement.
7.3 Turn on the fan turned to the power block heat sink.
7.4 Set the values of the display according to the table below.

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Service Manual HF-120 Test and Calibration

7.5 Activate the ESU and use the DOWN key of volume to increase or the UP key of
volume to decrease in order to adjust the power according to the table below.
Press the SAVE key after each calibrated mode.

NOMINAL
MODE DISPLAY POWER
RATE
PURE
BLEND 1
50 700Ω 50W
BLEND 2
BLEND 3
COAG 50 300Ω 50W
BIPOLAR 25 100Ω 25W

8. Select R. parameter (press STDBY key).


8.1 Set the display to the maximum value of each mode and the electrosurgical
analyzer to nominal rate. Press UP key of volume up to the power starts to go
down. Press the SAVE key after each calibrated mode.
8.1.1 In bipolar mode, if the power do not go down in the maximum value of R.
parameter, save this value.
Note: if the power did not go down in this item, do not calibrate the bipolar mode
in item 8.3.
8.2 Set the electrosurgical analyzer to a 100Ω for all monopolar modes. Press DOWN
key of volume up to the power is in accordance with the table below. Press the
SAVE key after each calibrated mode.

MODE LOAD POWER


PURE 100Ω 80 ±16W
BLEND 1 100Ω 80 ±16W
BLEND 2 100Ω 80 ±16W
BLEND 3 100Ω 80 ±16W
COAG 100Ω 80 ±16W

8.3 Set the electrosurgical analyzer to 50Ω in bipolar mode. Press DOWN key of
volume up to the power is in accordance with the table below. Press the SAVE
key.
Note: see item 8.1.1.

MODE LOAD POWER


BIPOLAR 50Ω 65 ±13W

9. Voltage limit calibration


Connect the 2000Ω load module to the electrosurgical analyzer.
Connect the outlet power of the ESU to the load module.
Set the display to 50 on Coag mode and activate the ESU.
Turn the trimpot TP1 (MB board) in a counter clockwise direction up to the power starts to
go down.
Set the display to 100, activate the Coag mode and turn the trimpot in a clockwise
dirtection up to reach a 100W power.

10. Current leakage adjustment.


10.1 Put the ESU on a insulated workbench and turn it on to a 205 – 230Vac electric
network.
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Service Manual HF-120 Test and Calibration

10.2 Put the patient plate and the handpiece stretched and spaced in 0,5m. Select F.
parameter (press STDBY key).
10.3 Set the electrosurgical analyzer to current leakage measurement.
10.4 With the display in 100, adjust the current leakage in Open Active to 140mA for all
modes, through UP and DOWN keys of volume. Press the SAVE key after each
calibrated mode.
10.5 Check in Open Dispersive if there is any mode higher then 140mA and readjust it.
Press the SAVE key after each calibrated mode.

11. Takes the jumper in W1 (CPU board) off.

12. Turn the ESU on to a 205 – 230Vac electric network and check the power vs. load
curve (see item 2.3 and 2.4 of this manual).

13. Check the activation using the single footswitch and double footswitch (in monopolar and
bipolar mode).

Page 5.3
Service Manual HF-120 Identification Parts of the Equipment

6.1 – IDENTIFICATION PARTS OF THE EQUIPMENT.

6.1.1 – FRONT PANEL


The front panel is composed by the CPU board and the Output Module.

CPU board

OUTPUT MODULE

Page 6.1
Service Manual HF-120 Identification Parts of the Equipment

6.1.2 – CPU board


Identification of the main parts:
CN1 – Flat cable connector to communication with the MB board;
CN5 - Connector of the speaker
U2 – IC LM7805;
U4 – IC LM2937 – 2,5;
U3 – IC LM2937 – 3,3;
U6 – EPROM FM93C66LEM8 (calibration memory);
U9 – EPROM EPC1441PC8 (data memory);
U8 – IC EP1K10 (microcontroller);
K1 to K9 – Tact switch
XTAL1 – Crystal 3,84MHz;
Display board – to setting the Displays.

U2
U4 U9
U3
DISPLAY board
PT1 U8
K8 CN5
XTAL 1
K4
K6 U6 K3

K5 K9
K1 K2
K7

CN1

View from the side of the components

Page 6.2
Service Manual HF-120 Identification Parts of the Equipment

6.1.3 –MB BOARD


Identification of the main circuits of MB board:
1 – Control of Switching Power Supply and Switching Power Supply Circuits (see
schematic M2);
2 – Power Block Circuit (see schematic M3);
3 – Output Insulator Circuit (see schematic M3).

C22 2 3 J1

1 CN2
R32
L1
K K
C19
R17 R10 R20 R22 R23 R27

K C28 C36 C27


L4
C73
C29
K
D22 D11 K K
U4
R21 J2
R19 R26 RL1 D17 D14 D13 D15
Q7
K R3 K D12
K R46
TF4 G
R45
D4 D3

C23 C24 D1 R47


K K D5
R62 R28 R24 R29 C18 K Q14
K
G
R49

Q9
U3
D16

R52
C74 C26 C37
Z1
R25 D7 R54

R8
C21
R12 R15
C20 R95 R18
C5
K

Q1 Q5 C46 R55
G
01
RL2 GNDD

Q11
R39 R57
R

R2 R34 C39
R16

C35 R35 R33 Q8 Q6


R5 G
D23 C11 C7
R96 R13 Q4 R14 Q2
K D8 K Q3 C34 C30 R37 R31 Q10
C9 G C32
Q12 Q13
R9
TF2
R7
C16

C25
K D9
C17 U7
R41

R44

R40

R43

R42

R30

C14
MBHF1202

1 2 C65
R80

D33
C66 K C75
R3 6

R3 8

C78 C33
CN4 U6 C31 R93
K Z3 C38

D18
R48 C47 R53
TF1
D2
TF5 K C76
U10 Q19 TF3
R11

C44
R50 R51
GND
D1 0

C49 R58
D34 R79 C6 C40
D6 R4 R1
C1 R100
K
R6 C4
C67 R102
K
R98 G
K R61 R63 R94 C43
K D31 C62 D21 L2
C10 K C59
R81 R78 C8 Q21
K R56 K R101
R83 Z2 C51 Q22 R99
D35 C13 K
R82

C63
-

R84 G
K

Q17
C64 D32
C70 C3
R66 R64 C42
U8
TP1
U11 D30
R97 02
Q2 0

R86 D26 1 2 R68


R105 R106 K
C77 2 3 4
R76

R91 C2 1

U1 C53 G
R70

D37
K C50 K
U12 R65 CN3
+ D28 R72
Q16

C71 U2 K CN5 K
R85 R90 R92
D36
C56 U9 R74
D39 D24 RL4 D29 R69 G
R89 C15 K
16 RL3
C72 2 CN1 C60
R87

R88

Q15

K K R103
C68 C52
R104 R73
D43 C61
K R71
CN6
D27
1 15 R77 R75
K C12 R67 C55 C54
1 2 3 4 C69 Q18 D38 R107 C57

03

Page 6.3
Service Manual HF-120 Identification Parts of the Equipment

6.1.4 – INTERNAL DIAGRAM


Upper View

02 03 04 05

06

01
07

08

09

10

11

15 14 13 12

Identification of Parts:

1 – Front panel (CPU printed circuit board)


2 – Speaker
3 – Low-power switched power supply transformer
4 – Case
5 – Mother Board (MB printed circuit board)
6 – Footswitch connector
7 – Rear panel
8 – Switched power supply input filtering capacitors
9 – Fuse holders
10 – Mains inlet connector
11 – On/off switch
12 – Heat sink of the power block / switching power supply circuits
13 – Switching power supply transformer
14 – Switching power supply inductor
15 – Front panel (output module)

Page 6.4
Service Manual HF-120 Appendix A

WARRANTY
The equipment is factory-tested and calibrated. Its warranty is valid for 01 (one) year
against manufacturing defects. The warranty is limited to service and replacement of faulty
parts. Repair of warranted equipment by unauthorized personnel, even if during the warranty
period, will make it void.

TRANSPORT / FREIGHT
Freight and insurance expenses are on the client’s account, or on the dealer’s account
in case it will be sent to the manufacturer.

WARRANTY PERIOD
Electrosurgery Generator 12 months
Transportation Unit (optional) 12 months
Footswitch 12 months
Other accessories 3 months

STERILIZATION OF ACCESSORIES
VAPOUR AUTOCLAVABLE PROCESS
We inform that the reusable handpiece and all WEM forceps, such as their respective silicone
cables and all WEM electrodes are autoclavable in a temperature up to 134ºC with an
exposition time of 15 minutes. Regarding to the number of sterilizations, we do not have a
specific quantity for each accessory, once each autoclave react in a different way that
influence the water, the vacuum pumps, the high speed drying or another cycle ways.

IMPORTANT:
The higher temperature used, the less exposition time will be necessary. E.g.:
Temperature: 134ºC (273ºF), exposition: 1H of complete cycle;
Temperature: 121ºC (250ºF), exposition: 1:15 to 1:30H of complete cycle.

Note:
See item Accessory Sterilization on operation manual of the product, for better information and
another sterilization methods and cleaning.
The sterilization by ethylene oxide (ETO), increase the useful life of accessories, in relation to the
sterilization by vapour autoclavable process.

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