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This REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 CPAP devices are the subjects of U.S. patents #5239995 and #6105575. Other patents pending. REMstar, Encore, Encore Pro SmartCard, and Whisper Swivel are registered trademarks of Respironics, Inc. The C-Flex mark is used under license.

REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual

Limited Warranty
Respironics warrants that the REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 CPAP devices shall be free from defects of workmanship and materials and will perform in accordance with the product specifications for a period of two years from the date of sale by Respironics. If the product fails to perform in accordance with the product specifications, Respironics will repair or replace - at its option - the defective material or part. Respironics will pay customary freight charges from Respironics to the dealer location only. Respironics warrants that REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 CPAP devices serviced by Respironics will be free from defects in materials for a period of one year and free from defects in workmanship for a period of 90 days from the time of service. This warranty does not cover damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse, alteration, and other defects not related to materials or workmanship. Respironics disclaims all liability for economic loss, loss of profits, overhead, or consequential damages which may be claimed to arise from any sale or use of this product. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty is given in lieu of all other express warranties. In addition, any implied warranty, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for the particular purpose, is limited to two years. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. The warranty for repairs is ninety days for labor and one year on the part(s) that was replaced. To exercise your rights under this warranty, contact your local authorized Respironics Inc. 1001 Murry Ridge Lane, Murrysville, Pennsylvania 15668, 1-800-345-6443 (USA and Canada only) or 1-724-387-4000.

REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual

................................... 3-6 3........................2 Therapy Mode Display Screens .... 3-1 3...........................4 Preventive Maintenance Schedule ..... 5-2 5...............1 System Overview.........3 Technical Support Statement .....................1 Overview ......... ....................1-2 1.......................................................3...................... 1-2 1....................5.....................................................................1 Removing...........Table of Contents Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction .................................................................................................................................. 4-8 4........3 Notes . 1-2 Chapter 2: Warnings................3 System Setup ........................................... and Replacing the Filter ..............................................5 Theory of Operation (Subassemblies) ........................................................... 5-2 5... 4-3 4......1 Humidifier Temperature Setup ..2 Programming a SmartCard . 3-2 3.................... Cautions and Notes ........................... 4-9 Chapter 5: Routine Maintenance ....................2 Cautions......3 Symbols and Meanings ..2 Cleaning the System ......................................... Cleaning............................................................................... 2-2 2......................4.......... 5-5 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual T-1 ................................1 Therapy Mode Menu Navigation .......................... 4-1 4...................... 4-2 4.......... 3-3 3................................................................................................................................... 3-7 3....2 Specifications ...........1 Main PCA ............... 1-1 1..... 1-2 1......3 Power Supply ....................................................... 2-2 2....3 Cleaning / Replacing the Intake Filter .....4 Functional Description ..1 Overview ......................................... 4-5 4.......4 Encore Pro SmartCard® .... .....4 Heated Humidifier Setup ........5.... 5-1 5.. 3-7 3............2 Service Notice ............. 4-4 4....... 4-2 4...................................................... 5-2 5............5....................5 Changing Settings Using a SmartCard ....... 3-6 3................................3.........6 DC Power Accessories .......... 4-7 4...........................2 Control Pad & Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) ................................................... 2-2 Chapter 3: Specifications and Theory of Operation ........................... 5-2 5...... 4-7 4..........................5...................4 Training ......1 Overview ..................... 3-5 3........... 2-1 2.............................. 3-6 3........... 3-7 Chapter 4: System Setup Procedures .................1 Warnings ............................3.........

.................4................................3.................1 Schematics Statement..4 Outlet Port Replacement ................................................ 6-4 6.......................3..........................1 Overview . 8-2 8............................... 8-3 Load Serial and Model Numbers ........................................ 8-15 Testing Data Sheets.........3 Troubleshooting Table .............................................................................. B-8 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual T-2 . 6-2 6............. 7-2 7......8 8.......................................... 7-8 7............................ .........6 Dog Bone Coupler ..........................................................4 System Error Codes ......................1 Overview ................................ 7-13 7..................... 6-22 Chapter 7: Repair & Replacement............................3........ A-3 A........5 Humidifier LED Error Code Chart ......... 6-10 6...4....... A-3 A....2..................... 7-3 7..2 Key Pad Replacement ..... B-6 Analog Circuit...2 Acceptable Test Equipment.......................................................Table of Contents Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics.......................B-2 Motor Driver .....1 Service Tools and Supplies ..........2 Digital Multimeter .................... B-1 B...........2 Extracting Error Codes from the Unit Using the Utility Software ..5 Flow Element Replacement ............ 7-18 7.............. 7-20 Chapter 8: Testing .................................1 Overview .................... 8-2 8..........3 Main Printed Circuit Assembly (Main PCA) Replacement ................... 7-11 7.................4 8.............................. 6-10 6.. 7-1 7........... A-1 A...................3...................................5 8..........................3.....................................................3 8.. 8-13 Manual Heated Humidifier Test .... 8-14 Performance verification ......1 Digital Manometer ........................................ 8-6 Current Draw Test .......3 Flow Meter..................... 7-15 7................................................................................................................... 7-17 7...6 8.................2 Run-in ........1 Top Enclosure Replacement ......................... B-3 Power Supply ................................................... 8-12 Appendix A: Tools and Equipment ..........2 Repair Kits .. 6-10 6............................... B-7 Microprocessor .......... 7-9 7........ 8-5 Respironics Heated Humidifier Test ........................... A-3 A... ...............................9 Real-time Clock Calibration ...................................7 Blower Assembly Replacement .. B-4 Display .....2 Common System Level Problems .......................................................................................................................... 7-16 7.............................8 Bottom Enclosure Replacement ...............................2.......... 8-1 8...... B-5 To CPU Board ...................................................................... 6-1 6........................................................................................... 6-3 6.3........1 Extracting Error Codes from the Unit ..............................................7 8............................ A-2 A.......4.......3......................... A-4 Appendix B: Schematics ..............................................................................................3 Repair and Replacement .........2...

...........................................3 1.........Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 1....4 System Overview.... 1-2 Service Notice... 1-2 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 1-1 ............................. 1-2 Training .........2 1............................. 1-2 Technical Support Statement .................................

com Phone: (724) 755-8220 Fax: (724) 755-8230 1. 1.S.1 System Overview The REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 are Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP). and Canada Phone:1-800-345-6443 Fax: 1-800-886-0245 International Phone: 1-724-387-4000 Fax: 1-724-387-5012 www. Visit Respironics on the World Wide Web at: U.4 Service Training Respironics offers service training for the CPAP devices. microprocessor-controlled devices used for the treatment of adult Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).2 Service Notice This service manual is intended for technicians with prior training or experience in servicing CPAP devices.com 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 1-2 .operations@respironics.3 Customer Satisfaction For technical assistance or replacement part ordering information. contact Service Operations at: Email: service.respironics. For more information.A.Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 1: Introduction 1. 1. contact Respironics Customer Service.

........... Cautions.................Chapter 2: Warnings................. 2-2 Notes ......1 2.............. 2-2 Cautions.... Cautions..... and Notes 2............................3 Warnings ......................2 2.................................. 2-2 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 2-1 . and Notes Chapter 2: Warnings.................

If oxygen is used with this device. Discontinue use of this device if any parts or components are damaged. • • • • • • 2.Chapter 2: Warnings. cigarette smoke. Cautions.2 Cautions • • Federal Law (U. If exposure to such temperatures has occurred. Repairs made to this device must be performed only in an antistatic. This device is not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture in combination with oxygen or air or in the presence of nitrous oxide. Disconnect the electrical supply before cleaning or performing any repairs on this device. Oxygen supports combustion. To assure the safety of the service technician and the specified performance of the device. electrical spark. 2. Care should be taken to avoid exposure of the devices to temperatures at or near the extremes of those specified in Chapter 3. and Notes • Indicates the possibility of injury to the patient. Electronic components used in this device are subject to damage from static electricity.) to sale by or on the order of a physician. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 2-2 .S. System setup should be performed by appropriate personnel using the “Home Care Provider Setup Instructions”. the device should be allowed to return to room temperature before being turned on. Indicates the possibility of damage to the device. the oxygen flow must be turned off when the device is turned off. operator. Tobacco smoke may cause tar buildup within the device that may result in damage. or other sources of ignition. 2. Places emphasis on an operating/servicing characteristic. Respironics recommends that only technicians having prior training or experience servicing CPAP devices perform any repairs or adjustments to this device.3 Notes • Notes are provided throughout this manual as necessary. The information in this manual is provided for service personnel reference and is not intended for system setup or use. or technician.1 Warnings • • • • Do not immerse this device in any fluids. Accumulated oxygen in the system enclosure increases the risk of fire. Do not use oxygen in the presence of open flames. and Notes Chapter 2: WARNING: CAUTION: NOTE: Warnings. Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) protected environment. Repair or replace device or components as necessary prior to continuing use. Cautions. Check power cord for damage or signs of wear.

...... Descriptions................. 3-14 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 3-1 ...........5 Overview .........................2 3..................... 3-11 Theory of Operation .......... 3-2 Specifications .............3 3...........................1 3.4 3..... 3-3 Symbols ........ 3-5 Functional Description ........ and Theory of Operation 3.................................Chapter 3: Specifications and Theory of Operation Chapter 3: Specifications Features......................................

1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 3-2 . Features.Chapter 3: Specifications and Theory of Operation Chapter 3: Specifications. Description. and Theory of Operation 3. A functional description and theory of operation is also provided.1 Overview This chapter describes the REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 specifications and system features.

30 dB(A) DC Voltage AC Current Consumption DC Current Consumption Type of Protection Against Electrical Shock Degree of Protection against Electrical Shock Degree of Protection Against Ingress of Water Atmospheric Pressure Elevation Sound Pressure Level NOTE: In accordance with EN 17510 @ 10 cm H2O at the patient circuit.875 x 4. 83 to 102 kPascals Tested at 0 to 5500 ft. This measurement applies to the CPAP device with or without the optional REMstar Heated Humidifier.8 kg) Transport & Storage Temperature -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C) Humidity (Operating / Storage) Outlet Air Temperature 15 to 95% non-condensing Shall not exceed 106°F (41°C) when operating at a maximum ambient temperature of 95°F (35°C).240 VAC ± 10% 50 / 60 Hz 12 VDC 1. (< 1.0 A maximum 3. IPX0-Ordinary Equipment 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 3-3 . (24 cm x 17 cm x 11 cm) < 4.2 Specifications ENVIRONMENTAL: Operating Temperature 41 to 95°F (5 to 35°C) PHYSICAL: Dimensions Weight ELECTRICAL: AC Input Voltage 100 .0 A maximum Class II Equipment 2-prong AC power inlet Type BF Applied Part 9.Chapter 3: Specifications and Theory of Operation 3.5 x 6.0 lbs.5 in.

5 increments) NOTE: Pressure accuracy measurements shall be taken at the end of a six foot (1. IEC 60601-1 Medical Electrical Equipment.102 kPascals (Automatic Altitude Adjustment) OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS: Mode of Operation Pressure Continuous 4 to 20 cm H2O (in 0.1. 0.3 cm H2O @ 20 cm H2O EN ISO 17510-1 ALTITUDE COMPENSATION: Altitude Pressure Range 83 .0 cm H2O with no humidifier. Static Pressure Accuracy +/. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 3-4 . The manometer should be connected to the O2 port.Chapter 3: Specifications and Theory of Operation Specifications (continued) STANDARDS COMPLIANCE: This product is designed to conform to the following standards. Part 1 General Requirements for Safety and essential performance Sleep Apnea Breathing Therapy Devices Pressure Drop with Humidifier THERAPY MEMORY: Therapy Memory Retrievable by Encore Pro Software.83 m) patient circuit with a Whisper Swivel II exhalation port connected to an Oxygen enrichment adapter that is occluded.

or during provider mode. the ramp length is being displayed Indicates that the session counter is being displayed. consult accompanying documents DC Power AC Power Class II (Double Insulated) European CE Declaration of Conformity Notified Body Approval for Standards Compliance Canadian/US Certification Type BF Applied Part Indicates that the alphanumeric digits are displaying a pressure value Indicates that the user may clear the Therapy Session Counter Indicates that a C-Flex comfort setting is being displayed or is active Indicates that the humidifier is turned on and/or its setting is being displayed Indicates that the Therapy Hour Meter is being displayed. Indicates that the ramp starting pressure is being displayed Indicates that the device is in provider mode and not user mode IPX0 Drip Proof Equipment 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 3-5 . This symbol is used in conjunction with the symbol.Chapter 3: Specifications and Theory of Operation 3. This symbol is used in conjunction with the symbol to indicate that the session counter is being displayed Indicates that the control panel LED backlight setting is being displayed or is active Indicates that a Patient Disconnect alert is active or its setting is being displayed Indicates that the ramp function is in progress.3 Symbols and Meanings Display Screen Symbol Meaning Indicates that the device requires user attention as indicated on the screen Indicates that a SmartCard is inserted and detected cm H 2O Label Symbol Meaning Attention.

5 cm H2O. memory. The devices are not intended for life support or life sustaining applications. The microcontroller also sets the motor speed (and consequently the output pressure) by varying the voltage which is delivered to the motor. LCD. motor control circuitry.4 Functional Description The REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 are microprocessorcontrolled CPAP devices. Ambient air is drawn through the air intake filter. Integral to the generation of airflow is the blower assembly.) With all of this information. AC power enters the unit via an AC inlet and appropriate power cord.0 . The blower motor is a three phase brushless DC motor with a permanent magnet rotor and stationary coils that are connected in a “Y” configuration and serve as its stator coils. The microcontroller and the interface circuitry provide closed loop control of the blower motor’s speed. The REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 are intended only to deliver CPAP therapy (both with and without the enhancement of C-Flex). The stator coils are electrically switched or commutated by drive circuits with the power field effect transistors (FET). Proper timing and sequencing of the stator coil switching is provided by the microcontroller which senses the motor’s shaft position by monitoring the back-EMF voltage in one of the motor’s stator coils. the microcontroller makes appropriate decisions to control the blower and deliver the desired CPAP therapy in a safe and reliable manner. etc. 3.Chapter 3: Specifications and Theory of Operation 3. adjustable in increments of . and pressurized by the energized blower.0 cm H2O. which in turn adjusts and controls the pressure. The unit delivers CPAP to the patient’s upper airway to keep the airway open during sleep. The units’ CPAP pressure range in either AC or DC operation is 4. therapeutic pressure is provided to the patient via the patient circuit.5. A DC power cord connector enables the patient to use the device when AC voltage is not accessible. The microprocessor regulates the motor speed. and nasal mask.20. Ultimately. pressure sensor. exhalation port.5 Theory of Operation (Subassemblies) 3.1 Main Printed Circuit Assembly (Main PCA) The Main PCA is the control center of the devices. data interface. The patient circuit is made up of flexible tubing. The Main PCA utilizes a microcontroller chip which reads from and writes to various I/O devices (control pad. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 3-6 .

The range of pressure is 4. The LCD display screens and control buttons are represented by English text on the domestic variation and international symbols are used on the second variation of the unit. The On / Off button activates and deactivates the pressure. The SmartCard will then start to collect patient data. and Right and Left User Buttons for other functions). On / Off button.4 Encore SmartCard The REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 are delivered with the Encore SmartCard installed. 47 . The FOSQ information is also stored on the SmartCard.0 to 20.3 Power Supply The unit has a switching power supply which is built on the Main PCA and mounted within the unit’s top enclosure. the prescription settings are automatically transferred into the device and erased from the SmartCard. FOSQ is a quality of life questionnaire designed specifically for people with sleep disorders. FOSQ: The REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 are programmed to allow the users to take a “Functional Outcomes of Sleep Questionnaire” (FOSQ). the usage data can be automatically downloaded and viewed. Heated Humidifier Button.0 cm H2O with AC and DC operation (adjustable in increments of 0. The switching power supply operates properly on any AC voltage between 100 .2 Control Pad & Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) The control pad consists of five user buttons (Ramp Button. No voltage selector switch or fuse changing is required. Information is stored in a small silicon chip embedded into the card. pressure levels. the SmartCard records the date. When installed into the into the devices.Chapter 3: Specifications and Theory of Operation 3.5.5. The results allow health care professionals to see how therapy has improved the quality of their patient’s life.5 cm H2O). When the programmed SmartCard is inserted into the device.240 VAC. 3. which allows for worldwide operation. The SmartCard can also be programmed with the patient’s prescription by using the Encore Pro Software and SmartCard reader/writer. and other information on the sleep session. Refer to the “FOSQ” brochure (from Respironics) for further information. time at pressure. 3. NOTE: Domestic and International versions of both the REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 are available.63 HZ and produces an output of approximately 12 VDC.5. Using the Encore Pro Software. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 3-7 . The switching power supply automatically adjusts for varying input voltages.

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................ 4-12 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 4-1 ....................4 4.........6 Overview ............................3 4...... 4-2 System Setup..Chapter 4: System Setup Procedures Chapter 4: System Setup Procedures 4............................ 4-8 Recommended Circuit Accessories . 4-3 Heated Humidifier System Setup ...... 4-2 Programming a SmartCard ..........2 4.......5 4.............1 4.......................... 4-7 Changing Settings using a SmartCard ..........

2 Programming a SmartCard Step 1 Connect a Respironics SmartCard reader/writer directly to a PC following the instructions included with the reader/writer. the device usage will not be recorded. This section provides an overview of the system setup including detailed instructions on the therapy menu display screens. or Chapter 5. If desired. NOTE: This section provides directions for accessing the therapy menu. Step 2 Step 3 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 4-2 . Remove the SmartCard from the Reader/Writer. for filter and filter cap installation instructions.Chapter 4: System Setup Procedures Chapter 4: 4. Prescribed therapy can be set by using the SmartCard or the Therapy menu. which limits access to settings. The patient’s name and prescription will be saved on the SmartCard. Repair and Replacement. To prevent patients from tampering with the settings. NOTE: If the SmartCard is not installed. complete the patient’s prescription. Following the prompts. write the patient’s name on the front of the card. NOTE: The REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 are delivered with an Encore Pro SmartCard installed. Open the patient’s file in the Encore Pro software (or create a new patient file). NOTE: If the system is not turned off properly. Routine Maintenance. (The patient’s User’s Manual provides directions to access only the Patient menu. Refer to Chapter 7. the directions to access the Therapy menu should not be revealed to the patient). data will not be recorded to the SmartCard.1 Overview System Setup Procedures 4. Remove the SmartCard from the unit and insert it into the reader/writer. Choose “SmartCard Wizard” from the “Communications” menu.

User Buttons AC Power Cord Connector (located on the back of the unit) 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 4-3 . NOTE: Prior to entering Therapy Mode.Chapter 4: System Setup Procedures 4. the firmware version of the REMstar Auto with C-Flex or REMstar Pro 2 will be briefly displayed.3 System Setup Hold the two user buttons down while plugging in the power cord. Continue holding the buttons down until the unit beeps. Always be sure that the most current version of firmware is installed in the unit.

Right User Button Left User Button MIN Minimum Pressure Setting Screen NOTE: This screen appears only on the REMstar Auto with C-Flex when either APAP or AFLE Mode is Selected. Use the Humidifier and Ramp buttons to change the settings on each screen. Right User Button SETUP cm H2O Right User Button Left User Button SETUP Left User Button MAX ALERT Maximum Pressure Setting Screen NOTE: This screen appears only on the REMstar Auto with C-Flex when either APAP or AFLE mode is selected. Please note that International units’ push-buttons and menu screens are represented with graphics. symbols. and icons. press the left and right user buttons to scroll through the display screens.3. To exit Therapy Mode. Refer to Chapter 3 for additional information.Chapter 4: System Setup Procedures 4. 3. push the Start/Stop button. or 4 hours (REMstar Auto with C-Flex when APAP or AFLE is the operating mode) Ramp Start Pressure Setting screen NOTE: This screen appears only if the Ramp Length is set to a value between five and 45 minutes. Note: The menu screens shown below are displayed on Domestic units. Patient Disconnect Alert Setting screen SETUP cm H2O Right User Button Left User Button SETUP Right User Button Left User Button LED LED Backlight Setting screen Right User Button Left User Button C-FLEX Setting Screen NOTE: This screen appears only when CFLE or AFLE Mode is selected. Right User Button SETUP C-FLEX Left User Button To/from the Number of Nights the Unit Was Used for More than Four Hours screen 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 4-4 . To/from the LED Backlight Setting screen Right User Button Left User Button Previous Next HEAT Number of nights the unit was used for more than four hours (push the Heat or Ramp button to erase) NIGHTS>4 HRS SETUP Right User Button Left User Button RAMP RAMP Exit Settings START STOP Right User Button Left User Button SETUP SETUP Mode Setting screen Right User Button Left User Button RAMP SETUP START Ramp Length Setting screen Ranges: 5 to 45 minutes (CPAP and CFLE) 2.1 Therapy Mode Menu Navigation When in Therapy Mode.

press the right user button to continue to the next screen. Press the right user button to go to the maximum pressure setting. and you wish to change them to 8 cm min. you must set the maximum pressure first. and then press the left user button to go back to the minimum pressure setting. CFLE-CPAP with pressure relief upon exhalation APAP-Automatically adjusted CPAP therapy (REMstar Auto with CFlex only) AFLE-Automatically adjusted CPAP therapy with pressure relief upon exhalation (REMstar Auto with C-Flex only) APAP Indicates that the Unit is in Auto-CPAP Mode without C-Flex comfort setting 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 4-5 . The range for the minimum pressure setting is 4 to 20 cm H2O.Chapter 4: System Setup Procedures 4. NOTE: The minimum pressure cannot be set higher than the maximum pressure..3. adjustable in increments of 0. press the ramp or humidifier button.. and 6 cm max. To change the minimum pressure setting. Once you have set the minimum pressure setting. you must set minimum and maximum pressure settings. press the right user button to continue to the next screen.5 cm H2O.2 Therapy Mode Display Screens Reset the Number of Nights the Unit Was Used for More Than Four Hours Push the Humidifier or Ramp button to erase the number of nights the unit was used for more than four hours. Set the Minimum Pressure (REMstar Auto with C-Flex only) If you have selected APAP or AFLE mode. • • • • CPAP-Maintains a constant level of pressure throughout the breathing cycle. AFLE Indicates that the Unit is in Auto-CPAP Mode with CFlex Comfort Setting Select the Operating Mode Select from one of two (REMstar Pro 2) or four (REMstar Auto with C-Flex) operating modes as follows: Once you have selected the operating mode. and 12 cm max. Press the right user button to continue to the Mode Setting screen. Example: If the current settings are 4 cm min.

The range for the maximum pressure setting is 4 (or the value of the minimum pressure setting) to 20 cm H2O. the C-Flex level setting screen will be displayed next. Set the Button Lights On or Off The button lights setting allows you to have the lights behind the buttons turned on or off while the airflow is turned on. press the right user button to continue to the next setup display screen. or 4 hours. Set the Patient Disconnect Alert to On or Off This patient disconnect alert is an audible tone that sounds when the unit detects a large continuous air leak (such as mask removal) in the patient circuit. If you selected APAP as the operating mode. If you selected AFLE as the operating mode. and you wish to change them to 6 cm min. and then press the right user button to go back to the Maximum Pressure setting screen. Once you have selected the C-Flex setting. Use the ramp or humidifier button to set the C-Flex to either 1. the range for the Ramp Length is 5 to 45 minutes. Set the Ramp Length If the operating mode is set to CPAP or CFLE. Example: If the current settings are 8 cm min..Chapter 4: System Setup Procedures Set the Maximum Pressure If you have selected APAP or AFLE mode. you must set the minimum pressure first. the patient disconnect alert setup screen will be displayed next. Once you have set the patient disconnect alert to on or off. 2. press the right user button to go to the next setting. you must set minimum and maximum pressure settings. 3. or 3. press the right user button to go to the next setting.5 cm H2O. Press the left user button to return to the Minimum Pressure setting screen. press the ramp or humidifier button. Once you have set the patient disconnect alert to on or off. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 4-6 . (The lights will always be on when the airflow is off). you must select a C-Flex setting. NOTE: The maximum pressure cannot be set lower than the minimum pressure setting. To change the maximum pressure setting. and 9 cm max. the range for Ramp Length is 0. If the operating mode is set to APAP or AFLE (REMstar Auto with C-FLEX only). This alert can be turned on (1) or off (0) using the ramp or humidifier button. Once you have set the maximum pressure. adjustable in increments of 0. 2. Set the C-Flex Level If you have selected the AFLE (REMstar Auto with C-Flex) or CFLE operating mode. press the right user button to continue to the next setup display screen.. and 12 cm max.

Preheat mode will last 20 minutes if the airflow is not turned on. The green LED on the front of the Heated Humidifier will illuminate. Press the Pressure On/Off button to confirm settings.1 Humidifier Temperature Setup Set the Humidifier Temperature Press and hold the Heated Humidifier button on the Respironics REMstar Auto with C-Flex or REMstar Pro 2 until you see the temperature setting on the display screen flashing. press the On/Off button on the unit to start the blower.4. Heating Mode To enter heating mode. Once the blower has started. HEAT Humidifier Icon (As Displayed on Domestic Units) Temperature Setting Preheat Mode To enter preheat mode. then release the Heated Humidifier button. press and hold the humidifier button until the humidifier icon appears on the display screen.4 Heated Humidifier System Setup Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Place the REMstar Auto with C-Flex or REMstar Pro 2 on top of the Humidifier. Plug the male end of the AC power cord into an electric outlet and the female end into the back of the Humidifier. press and hold the humidifier button on the REMstar Auto with C-Flex or REMstar Pro 2 until the humidifier icon appears on the display screen. Use the humidifier and ramp buttons to change the temperature setting. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 4-7 .Chapter 4: System Setup Procedures 4. 4. Plug the power cord jumper from the Humidifier into the back of the REMstar Auto with C-Flex or REMstar Pro 2. The green LED will illuminate on the front of the Heated Humidifier. Five is the highest temperature setting. The temperature range is 1 to 5 (adjustable in increments of 1).

Insert the programmed SmartCard into the slot on the right side of the unit (logo side facing up).Chapter 4: System Setup Procedures 4. When the “card detected” screen appears on the unit’s LCD. You may now either remove the SmartCard or leave it in the unit to record device usage. Once the prescription settings have been transferred to the unit. Step 2 Verify New Settings Turn the airflow on to verify the new prescription setting.5 Changing Settings Using a SmartCard Step 1 Inserting the SmartCard Make sure that the unit is plugged into an electrical outlet. Insert SmartCard here MIN Indicates a SmartCard is Inserted cm H2O CARD 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 4-8 . the card is inserted correctly. they will be deleted from the SmartCard.

The unit should not be operated while the vehicle is in motion. The Respironics DC Battery Adapter Cable (RI P/N 532209). or motor home. DC Power is not intended to be used as battery backup. CAUTION: 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 4-9 .6 DC Power Accessories The Respironics Shielded DC Power Cord (RI P/N 1001956) can be used to operate the REMstar Auto with C-Flex or REMstar Pro 2 in a stationary recreational vehicle. NOTE: Respironics recommends a 100 amp-hour deep cycle marine battery. when used with the Respironics Shielded DC Power Cord. boat. CAUTION: Only use the Respironics DC Power Accessories.Chapter 4: System Setup Procedures 4. enables the Respironics CPAP system to be operated from a 12 VDC freestanding battery. DO NOT connect the DC Power while the REMstar Auto with C-Flex or REMstar Pro 2 is operating on AC Power. System damage may occur. Use of any other DC Power accessories may result in damage.

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. 5-2 Cleaning the System .... 5-4 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 5-1 ................... 5-2 Cleaning / Replacing the Intake Filter ......................Chapter 5: Routine Maintenance Chapter 5: Routine Maintenance 5...................1 5........................2 5.3 5.........4 Overview ... 5-2 Preventive Maintenance Schedule ................................................

1 Overview Routine Maintenance 5. The filter should be replaced every six months. disconnect the AC or DC power cord from the back of the device. The pollen filter must be in place at all times when the unit is operating. disconnect the electrical supply before attempting to clean the device. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 5-2 . One additional pollen filter is included with the system. The disposable ultra fine filter may be used to keep finer particulates out of the device. or as required. DO NOT immerse the device in water or allow any liquid to enter the cabinet or the filter intake.3 Cleaning / Replacing the Intake Filter The gray pollen filter is a reusable filter that screens out pollen and household dust. 5. This filter should be cleaned at least once every two weeks under normal usage. Wipe the outside of the unit with a cloth slightly dampened with water and a mild detergent. This chapter provides guidelines and illustrates the cleaning and maintenance procedures for the REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2. CAUTION: Failure to replace a dirty filter may cause the device to operate at higher than normal temperatures and damage the device. 5. and Replacing the Filter Step 1 With the airflow turned off.1 Removing.3. Let the unit dry before reconnecting the electrical supply.2 Cleaning the System WARNING: To avoid electrical shock. Cleaning.Chapter 5: Routine Maintenance Chapter 5: 5.

or in a clothes dryer for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse the filter in a steady stream of running water. then pulling it away from the back of the device. Squeeze out the water. Figure 5-1 Removing the Filter Cap Figure 5-2 The Filter Cap and Filter 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 5-3 . and repeat.Chapter 5: Routine Maintenance Step 2 Remove the filter cap by gently lifting up on the bottom of the filter cap. Allow the pollen filter to air dry for eight to 12 hours. Step 3 Remove the pollen filter by gently pulling the edges of the filter.

The opening in the unit’s filter cap should face down and away from the patient. The following Preventive Maintenance Schedule lists the items that must be inspected or tested periodically. The Preventive Maintenance Schedule may be copied for each device serviced. Use the Preventive Maintenance Schedule to record the dates on which the maintenance items are performed.Chapter 5: Routine Maintenance 5. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 5-4 . or after service is performed.4 Preventive Maintenance Schedule Step 4 Place the pollen filter into the filter area in the back of the unit. DO NOT place both pollen filters into the device at the same time. This schedule can also be used as an out of the box checkout of new devices. The pollen filter must be completely dry before use. CAUTION: CAUTION: Step 5 Install the filter cap. Never place a wet filter into the device. Respironics recommends that you clean the filter in the morning and alternate using the two pollen filters provided with the system to ensure enough drying time for the cleaned filter.

2 Serial Number ______________Name____________________ Signature ______________________Date___/___/___ (This page may be copied) 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 5-5 .Chapter 5: Routine Maintenance 5.4. Date Clean / Replace Pollen Filter Section 5.1 Preventive Maintenance Schedule (Factory Recommended) Maintenance Item Record Blower Hours Verification Reference Displayed On Options Screen Service Interval As Desired Clean every 2 weeks. (Except when calibration is required) When requested.3. or as needed / Change every 6 months.1 Perform Testing Process Refer to Chapter 8 New device checkout. After service is performed. As required Cleaning Section 5.

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....5 6.......... 6-3 Troubleshooting Table ............... 6-2 Common System Level Problems ....... 6-18 Humidifier LED Error Code Chart .......3 6............2 6...........6 6........... 6-4 System Error Codes ................. 6-22 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-1 .......1 6..........................Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Chapter 6: TroubleShooting and Diagnostics 6...........................7 Overview ....... 6-10 SmartCard Error Codes ..

1 Overview WARNING: CAUTION: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Electrical Shock Hazard: Disconnect the electrical supply before repairing the unit. This section contains information necessary to troubleshoot and diagnose problems with the REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2. the associated problem. and suggested corrective action to be taken. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-2 . Service only at a static-free workstation. It provides a summary of common system problems as well as a flowchart and table to simplify the troubleshooting process.Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Chapter 6: 6. Electronic components used in this unit are subject to damage by static electricity. Use proper static discharge equipment and grounding precautions when servicing the equipment. The error code chart lists all error codes.

__ _ • Push the Start / Stop button to restart the airflow.Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics 6. Corrective Action • Check the patient circuit for any leaks and adjust the mask and headgear. Results • No airflow in approximately 90 seconds. such as mask removal.2 Common System Level Problems Screen Message Description A large circuit leak. has been detected. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-3 .

no corrective action is required. Corrective Action If audible alarm does not work. replace Main PCA. fuse in DC cord is blown Main PCA Ensure the DC voltage supply is a minimum of 11.Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics 6. replace or recharge DC source.5 VDC.3 Troubleshooting Table Symptom Audible Alarm not Sounding During audible alarm condition. the alarm is not audible. Device does not operate from the 12 VDC power source- Faulty DC plug. Listen for audible alarm. then check the DC adapter cord for continuity. If DC voltage is below 11. perform user interface checkout procedure. low DC voltage. If 12 VDC supply and DC cords are ok. Cause Main PCA Verification Perform power up sequence. Reestablish original alert conditions.5 VDC. Ensure the DC voltage is stable. If alarm is audible during both tests. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-4 . If DC source is not at 11. replace or recharge power source as required.5 VDC or higher. If visual indicators are not present at power up. replace Main PCA. If device fails user interface checkout procedure. Visually verify the illumination of the LED’s and display. Monitor the voltage at the back of the DC connector mounted on the Main PCA. replace Main PCA. If there is no DC measured at the Main PCA.

Corrective Action If device fails user interface checkout procedure. unit alarms randomly. Noise - Power cord. Intermittent Power Supply Problem An intermittent on / off condition exists. blower malfunctioning Blower impeller imbalance If rubber feet are missing. or indicator lights blink sporadically. Inspect all connections on the Main PCA. Replace Main PCA. Main PCA. Display Indicator Main printed circuit assembly LED or other indicator not working. replace blower S/A. Place hand on device. loose connections Inspect power cord for fraying at cable ends. AC inlet. Replace Blower. Display Display is blank or contains erroneous information. Missing or damaged rubber feet on bottom of unit. replace rubber feet. replace Main PCA. Inspect the bottom of the unit for missing or damaged rubber feet. Tighten any loose screws. if vibration is detected.Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Symptom Cause Verification Perform user interface checkout procedure. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-5 . Replace Main PCA. Resolve any air leaks. Display assembly Main PCA Inspect solder joints between display and Main PCA.

or kinked. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-6 . Wash tubing with soap and water. defective Blower. Replace blower. or Main PCA. Pressure Related Problems The outlet pressure does not change or properly adjust. To clear residue buildup. Check Blower for leaks. Secure pressure tubing connections. Main PCA or blower malfunction Inspect pressure tubing for secure connections and kinks. Pressure tubing has been blocked. disconnected. patient circuit). replace all subassemblies in the patient air stream (blower filters. Replace in order until solved: Filters Blower Main PCA Outlet Air Temperature The outlet air temperature is too warm. A rise in temperature can be expected. Monitor the outlet temperature at the end of the six foot patient tubing. airborne residue buildup Symptom Odor - Verification Visually inspect patient tubing for contamination. pressure tubing. Dirty filters. Corrective Action Run device in a clean environment for a few hours to eliminate new smell. device smells new.Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Cause Tubing smells new. Main PCA Ensure the filter is clean and not restricting air flow.

Corrective Action Check internal tubing for kinks.0 cm to +1. Check pressure with calibrated manometer. Troubleshoot by substitution with a known good Blower S/A. Check motor plug / PCA connection. Replace Main PCA.0 cm H2O of set pressure. Ensure connections are secure. displays pressure setpoint. No therapy data after usage Device LCD or Backlight failure Damage to LCD or backlight Device on. Replace main PCA. No airflow Loose connection Blower / motor failure Main PCA failure Pressure check out of range Occluded or restricted pressure tube Defective pressure sensor Blower speed regulation Leaks in flow path Power the unit off. Reformat SmartCard. then on. Check or replace flow element.0 cm to +1. Calibrate Main PCA. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-7 . Replace Main PCA. Replace the Blower Assembly. Replace pressure tubing.Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Symptom Pressure Offset Static pressure fluctuates from -1.0 cm H2O. Replace SmartCard. Depress the blower on / off button before disconnecting the Main AC power. SmartCard was not installed in device prior to use Not a Respironics SmartCard (error code displayed) Card not formatted or faulty SmartCard (error code displayed) Verification Perform power up process. No Stored Therapy Data Cause The delivered pressure is higher or lower than the set value by more than -1. Replace the Main PCA.

If pressure still drifts. pressure fluctuates greater than 1.The pressure varies around the set value. Blower Air path blocked 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-8 .0 cm H2O. Replace Blower. Perform Testing Process (Refer to Chapter 8).Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Symptom Cause Verification Corrective Action Pressure Variation . Check internal tubing. Internal air leak Filters dirty Main PCA Replace filter. then replace Main PCA.

Replace Main PCA. Reseat CPAP on humidifier base. Replace Main PCA in humidifier base. Replace Main PCA. Make sure receiver on Humidifier base is not damaged. Corrective Action Replace power cord. Make sure CPAP is seated on humidifier base properly. Inspect Heater plate to see that it is connected to the humidifier Main PCA and that it is not damaged. Inspect power cord between CPAP and humidifier base. Replace Humidifier Main PCA. Inspect Main PCA to see if there is damage to the transmitter on the Main PCA. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-9 . Realign or replace light tube. Replace heater plate in humidifier base. Inspect light pipe inside CPAP for misalignment or kinking. Inspect Main PCA for damage to the Humidifier On / Off button.Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Symptom Humidifier will not turn on Cause Humidifier not turned back on after CPAP was turned off Faulty power cord Broken or damaged light pipe No infrared connection Damaged heater plate Humidifier Main PCA CPAP Main PCA Verification Inspect main power cord for fraying at cable ends.

Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics
6.4 System Error codes
This section contains information on extracting error codes that have occurred during use of the REMstar Auto with C-Flex or REMstar Pro 2. There are two ways to extract the information.

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Extracting Error Codes Using the Utility Software
Verify utility software is installed on the computer. Connect the communication cable between the SleepLink card and the serial port COM1 on your computer. Insert the SleepLink card into the device and plug the device into the proper AC voltage source. With your mouse, click on the Start Button of your computer. Select: Programs Respironics Tools Read Error Log The software will load automatically. With your mouse, click on the Run Arrow in the upper left corner of the computer screen. located

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Extracting Error Codes from the Unit
Hold the humidifier button and ramp button down while plugging in the power cord. Continue holding the buttons down until the unit beeps. The most recent error code will be displayed. By pressing the humidifier key, the unit will show the previous error code, allowing the user to view the entire error log in a circular buffer fashion. Only the ten most recent errors will be shown. An E-0 indicates no error. By pressing the ramp key, the unit will display the blower hours when the error occurred. Pressing the humidifier key will allow the user to view the hours that each error occurred in a circular buffer fashion. To erase the error logs, press the right user button. An X will appear in the lower left corner of the LCD. Then press the Pressure On / Off key. This will erase all errors and the blower hours at which the errors occurred, and return the unit to the system self test screen.

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The software will automatically read and display any error codes stored in the unit along with the date and time the errors occurred.

NOTE: The ten most recent error codes will be displayed. The oldest error code will be overwritten when a new error occurs.

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Error Code E-0 E-1 E-2 E-3 E-4 E-5 E-6 E-7 E-8 E-9 E-10 E-11 E-12 E-13 NO_ERROR ERR_SOFTWARE

Description •Reserved •Reserved

Probable Cause

Corrective Action •N/A •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA

ERR_PROGRAM_CRC_FAILURE ERR_EXTERNAL_RAM_FAILURE ERR_FIQ_STACK_OVERFLOW ERR_FIQ_STACK_UNDERFLOW ERR_NEST_STACK_OVERFLOW ERR_NEST_STACK_UNDERFLOW ERR_IRQ_STACK_OVERFLOW ERR_IRQ_STACK_UNDERFLOW ERR_TMR_STACK_OVERFLOW ERR_TMR_STACK_UNDERFLOW ERR_SVC_STACK_OVERFLOW ERR_SVC_STACK_UNDERFLOW

•Defective FLASH chip •Defective RAM chip •Defective RAM chip •Defective RAM chip •Defective RAM chip •Defective RAM chip •Defective RAM chip •Defective RAM chip •Defective RAM chip •Defective RAM chip •Defective RAM chip •Defective RAM chip

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Error Code E-14 E-15 E-16 E-17 E-18 E-19 E-20 E-21 E-22 E-23 Description ERR_THREAD_STACK_OVERFLOW Probable Cause •Defective RAM chip Corrective Action •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Recalibrate •Replace Main PCA •Recalibrate •Replace pressure tube •Replace Main PCA •Recalibrate •Replace Main PCA •Replace Flow Tube •Replace Main PCA

ERR_ARM_UNDEFINED_INSTRUCTION_EXCEPTION •Defective FLASH chip ERR_ARM_SWI_EXCEPTION ERR_ARM_PREFETCH_EXCEPTION ERR_ARM_ABORT_EXCEPTION ERR_ARM_RESERVED_EXCEPTION ERR_AIC_DEFAULT_HANDLER ERR_AIC_SPURIOUS_HANDLER ERR_CAL_DATA_CRC_FAILURE ERR_INVALID_DRIFT_INDEX_AT_CAL •Defective FLASH chip •Defective FLASH chip •Defective RAM chip •Defective FLASH chip •Defective microprocessor •Defective FLASH chip •Defective FLASH or RAM chip •Improper calibration •Defective FLASH chip •Improper calibration •Occluded or restricted pressure tube •Defective flow sensor •Improper calibration •Defective FLASH chip •Occluded or restricted pressure tube •Defective flow sensor

E-24 E-25

ERR_UNRECOGNIZED_CAL_VERSION_BY_SW ERR_DRIFT_FLOW_TOO_HIGH

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Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Error Code E-26 E-27 E-28 E-29 E-30 E-31 E-32 E-33 E-34 E-35 E-36 Description ERR_UI_DISPLAY_FAILURE ERR_DRIFT_PRESSURE_TOO_HIGH ERR_CAL_DATA_BLANK Probable Cause •Defective LCD driver chip •Occluded or restricted pressure tube •Defective pressure sensors •Improper calibration •Defective FLASH chip Corrective Action •Replace Main PCA •Replace pressure tubing •Replace Main PCA •Recalibrate •Replace Main PCA •Replace pressure tubing •Replace Main PCA •Remove & restore power •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Remove & restore power •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA ERR_DRIFT_SECONDARY_PRESSURE_TOO_HIGH •Occluded or restricted pressure tube •Defective pressure sensors ERR_INVALID_NVDATA_SCHEMA ERR_INVALID_NVDATA_LOCK ERR_INVALID_NVDATA_CHECKSUM ERR_NVDATA_STORAGE_ERROR ERR_NVDATA_QUEUE_FULL ERR_NVDATA_READBACK_FAILURE ERR_NVDATA_RANGE_FAILURE •Normal for first time power up •Defective EEPROM •Defective EEPROM •Normal for first time power up •Defective EEPROM •Defective EEPROM •Defective EEPROM •Defective EEPROM •Defective EEPROM 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-13 .

Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Error Code E-37 E-38 E-39 E-40 E-41 E-42 E-43 E-44 E-45 E-46 E-47 E-48 E-49 Description ERR_CORRUPT_RTC_VALUE ERR_RTC_NOT_TICKING ERR_UI_QUEUE_FULL ERR_INVALID_BIST_TEST_CALL ERR_BIST_THREAD_LOCKED ERR_ALARM_VOLTAGE_FAILURE ERR_12VREF_FAILURE ERR_5VREF_FAILURE ERR_VBULK_FAILURE ERR_NEG15VREF_FAILURE ERR_FL12_SENSOR_RAILED ERR_PV2_SENSOR_RAILED ERR_FLASH_FAILURE Probable Cause •Defective microprocessor •Defective microprocessor •Defective crystal •Defective PCA •Invalid RASP command •Defective PCA •Defective power supply •Defective power supply •Defective power supply •Defective power supply •Defective power supply •Occluded or restricted pressure tube •Defective flow sensor •Occluded or restricted pressure tube •Defective pressure sensor •Defective FLASH chip Corrective Action •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Reissue RASP command •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace flow tube •Replace Main PCA •Replace pressure tube •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-14 .

Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Error Code E-50 E-51 E-52 E-53 E-54 E-55 E-56 E-57 Description ERR_UNRECOGNIZED_BOARD_REV ERR_MOTOR_FAILURE ERR_BLOWER_RPM_FAILED_TOLERANCE ERR_BLOWER_OFF_CURRENT_HIGH ERR_BLOWER_ON_CURRENT_HIGH ERR_PRINTF_BUFFER_OVERFLOW ERR_THERAPY_EVENT_QUEUE_FULL ERR_KEYPAD_STUCK_KEY Probable Cause •Needs new software •Defective PCA •Defective motor drive chip •Stalled or locked blower •Stalled or locked motor •Defective motor drive chip •Stalled or locked motor •Defective motor drive chip •Defective PCA •Defective PCA •Verify all keys protrude through top •Defective Keypad •Defective pad on PCA •Reserved •Reserved •Reserved •Reserved Corrective Action •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Blower •Replace Main PCA •Replace Blower •Replace Main PCA •Replace Blower •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Align keys with top •Replace Keypad •Replace Main PCA ------------------------------------- E-58 E-59 E-60 E-61 ERR_UNUSED_58 ERR_UNUSED_59 ERR_UNUSED_60 ERR_UNUSED_61 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-15 .

Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Error Code E-62 E-63 E-64 E-65 E-66 E-67 E-68 E-69 E-70 E-71 E-72 E-73 E-74 E-75 ERR_UNUSED_62 ERR_WATCHDOG_FAILURE ERR_UNEXPECTED_WATCHDOG ERR_UNUSED_65 ERR_RTOS_INIT_FAILURE ERR_SERIAL_QUEUE_FULL ERR_SNORE_SAMPLING_THREAD_LOCKED ERR_MAIN_EXECUTION_THREAD_LOCKED ERR_INTERNAL_RAM_FAILURE ERR_EVENT_LOG_QUEUE_FULL ERR_TREND_DIV_BY_ZERO ERR_ROLLOVER_CASE ERR_WRONG_DISPLAY_TYPE ERR_ALARM_CAPACITOR_FAILURE Description •Reserved •Defective microprocessor •Defective FLASH chip •Defective RAM chip •Reserved •Defective PCA •Defective PCA •Defective PCA •Defective PCA •Defective microprocessor •Defective PCA •Defective RAM chip •Defective RAM chip •Defective PCA •Defective PCA Probable Cause Corrective Action ---------•Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA ---------•Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA •Replace Main PCA 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REM star Pro 2 Service Manual 6-16 .

Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Error Code E-76 E-77 E-78 E-79 E-80 E-81 E-82 E-83 E-84 E-85 E-86 Description ERR_OVER_PRESSURE ERR_UNDER_PRESSURE ERR_OVER_PRESSURE_REG ERR_UNDER_PRESSURE_REG ERR_ROTOR_LOCKED ERR_MOTOR_EDGE_MISSED ERR_MOTOR_EDGE_EXTRA ERR_MOTOR_OVERSPEED ERR_MOTOR_BRAKE ERR_MOTOR_CURRENT ERR_INVALID_ERROR_CODE Probable Cause •Occluded or restricted tube •Defective PCA •Occluded or restricted tube •Defective PCA •Occluded or restricted tube •Defective PCA •Occluded or restricted tube •Defective PCA •Locked Motor •Defective PCA •Defective Motor •Defective PCA •Defective Motor •Defective PCA •Defective Motor •Defective PCA •Defective Motor •Defective PCA •Defective Motor •Defective PCA •Reserved Corrective Action •Replace Pressure tubing •Replace Main PCA •Replace Pressure tubing •Replace Main PCA •Replace Pressure tubing •Replace Main PCA •Replace Pressure tubing •Replace Main PCA •Replace Motor •Replace PCA •Replace Motor •Replace PCA •Replace Motor •Replace PCA •Replace Motor •Replace PCA •Replace Motor •Replace PCA •Replace Motor •Replace PCA ---------- 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-17 .

Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. replace card. Otherwise. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-18 . Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Remove card and reinsert properly.5 SmartCard Error Codes Code C-1 C-2 C-3 C-4 C-5 C-6 C-7 C-8 C-9 C-10 C-100 C-101 Label SMARTCARD_12C_WRITE_FAIL SMARTCARD_BAD_CARD_TYPE SMARTCARD_BAD_CIB_VERSION SMARTCARD_SCRIPT_DURING_PROVIDER_MODE SMARTCARD_PRESENT_IN_CAL_MODE SMARTCARD_BAD_CIB_CHECKSUM SMARTCARD_NOT_PRESENT SMARTCARD_12C_READ_FAIL SMARTCARD_WRITE_CONFIRM_FAIL SMARTCARD_BAD_RI_BRAND SMARTCARD_BAD_CPB_CHECKSUM SMARTCARD_BAD_CPB_VERSION User Action Card inserted upside-down. Otherwise. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Exit Provider Mode screens. Card is not supported by this device. Then reinsert card. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. ---------Card inserted upside down. Remove card and reinsert properly. Otherwise. card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Otherwise. Exit Calibration Mode. Remove card. Then reinsert card.Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics 6. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Remove card.

Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Perhaps card is intended for another device. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card contains a storage format that is not supported. User Action 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-19 . Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card contains a prescription type that is not supported. Perhaps card is intended for another device. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Perhaps card is intended for another device.Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Code C-102 C-103 C-104 C-105 C-106 C-107 C-108 C-109 C-200 C-201 C-202 C-203 C-204 Label SMARTCARD_INVALID_UNIT SMARTCARD_UNKNOWN_CPB_FORMAT SMARTCARD_UNKNOWN_CPB_PRESCRIPTION SMARTCARD_SCRIPT_PARM_RANGE SMARTCARD_BAD_CPB_SCRIPT_READY SMARTCARD_BAD_CPB_START_ADDR SMARTCARD_BAD_CPB_END_ADDR SMARTCARD_BAD_CPB_ERASE_PERMISSION SMARTCARD_BAD_CDCB_VERSION SMARTCARD_BAD_CDB_VERSION SMARTCARD_BAD_CDCB_CHECKSUM SMARTCARD_BAD_CDCB_CONTROL_BLOCKS SMARTCARD_BAD_CDCB_START_ADDR ----------Card contains a prescription format that is not supported. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Perhaps card is intended for another device. Card contains prescription settings that are outside of this device’s range.

Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-20 . Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed.Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Code C-205 C-206 C-207 C-300 C-301 C-302 C-303 C-400 C-401 C-402 C-403 C-404 C-500 C-501 C-502 Label SMARTCARD_BAD_CDCB_END_ADDR SMARTCARD_BAD_CDB_START_ADDR SMARTCARD_BAD_CDB_END_ADDR SMARTCARD_BAD_UIDB_VERSION SMARTCARD_BAD_UIDB_CHECKSUM SMARTCARD_BAD_UIDB_START_ADDR SMARTCARD_BAD_UIDB_END_ADDR SMARTCARD_BAD_DDCB_VERSION SMARTCARD_BAD_DDCB_CHECKSUM User Action Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. SMARTCARD_BAD_DDCB_FOSQ_COMPL_CONTROL_BLOCKS Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. SMARTCARD_FILE_OPEN_FAIL SMARTCARD_FILE_TELL_FAIL SMARTCARD_FILE_SEEK_FAIL Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. SMARTCARD_BAD_DDCB_PROFILE_CONTROL_BLOCKS Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. SMARTCARD_BAD_DDCB_HISTOGRAM_CONTROL_BLOCKS Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed.

1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 6-21 .Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics Code C-503 C-504 C-505 C-506 Label SMARTCARD_FILE_READ_FAIL SMARTCARD_FILE_WRITE_FAIL SMARTCARD_FILE_GET_PTR_FAIL SMARTCARD_FILE_SET_PTR_FAIL User Action Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed. Card is corrupt and should be reprogrammed.

Conditions: When the Heated Humidifier is enabled. Temperature too low. Thermistor disconnected.6 Humidifier LED Error Code Chart LED Blinks 1 2 Problem / Cause Temperature too high. over temperature condition. Replace Heater Plate Assembly. Thermistor shorted. the LED will be off. Replace Humidifier Main PCA.Chapter 6: Troubleshooting and Diagnostics 6. 3 Voltage too low on pin 6 of U1. Reconnect J2 on Humidifier Main PCA. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex Service Manual 6-22 . When the Heated Humidifier is disabled. Corrective Action Replace Humidifier Main PCA. the LED will be on constantly. Replace Humidifier Main PCA.

.................. 7-3 Replacement Instructions ...................Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement Chapter 7: Repair & Replacement 7........................3 Overview .2 7........ 7-8 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-1 ..........1 7............................... 7-2 Repair Kits .....................

and Canada Phone: Fax: International Phone: Fax: Email: 724-387-4000 724-387-5012 service@respironics. Visit Respironics Home Page on the World Wide Web at: www. Repairs made to this device must be performed only in an antistatic.com 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-2 .1 Overview Repair & Replacement For technical assistance or replacement part ordering information contact Respironics Corporate Technical Service.S. Electronic components used in this device are subject to damage from static electricity. Procedures for replacing the components are also provided in this chapter. This chapter illustrates the replaceable components in the REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2.com 1-800-345-6443 1-888-886-0245 WARNING: CAUTION: Disconnect the electrical supply before attempting to make any repairs to the device. U. ESD-protected environment.respironics.Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement Chapter 7: 7.

Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement 7.2 Repair Kits Bottom Enclosure RP# 1011929* (Refer to note* page 7-7) Blower Assembly RP# 1022381 Outlet Port RP# 1008477 Main PCA RP# ** (Refer to note** page 7-7) 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-3 .

Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement AC Power Cord RP# 1005894*** (Refer to note*** page 7-7) Sleep Link Communication Cable RP# 1007492 Mini DIN Plug RP# 1011220 Flow Element Kit RP# 1008490 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-4 .

respironics.Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement Blower Top Foam RP# 1011219 Top Enclosure RP# 1022379 (REMstar Auto w/ C-Flex) 1022378 (REMstar Pro 2) Respironics Utility Software (Free download from http://servicesoftware.com) Keypad RP # 1011221-Domestic (shown) 1008476-International 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-5 .

Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement Pollen Filter RP# 1005964 Tubing Kit RP# 1022380 (Includes Tubing and Dog Bone Coupler) Ultra-Fine Filter RP# 1005945 Filter Cap RP# 1008479 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-6 .

1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-7 .Chapter 7: * ** Contact Respironics Product Support for the proper labeling when replacing the Bottom Enclosure The correct part number of the main PCA for your REMstar Auto with C-Flex or REMstar Pro 2 is linked to the model number. Main PCA RP#s are as follows: Repair and Replacement • • • • *** 1021760 REMstar Auto with C-Flex (International) 1021761 REMstar Auto with C-Flex (Domestic) 1021764 REMstar Pro 2 (International) 1021765 REMstar Pro 2 (Domestic) Contact Respironics International Customer Service for further AC power cord ordering information.

5-2 Filters pg. 5-2 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-8 . 7-17 Blower Top Foam pg. 7-18 Installation Flow Chart Removal Flow Chart pg. 7-18 Blower Top Foam 6 6 pg. 7-9 6 Key Pad pg. 7-15 Dog Bone Coupler pg. 7-11 6 6 6 Blower Assembly pg. 7-20 Blower Assembly 6 Main Printed Circuit Assembly (PCA) Key Pad pg. 7-18 Dog Bone Coupler 6 6 6 Outlet Port / Flow Element pg. 7-20 Filter Cover pg. 7-9 Filter Cover pg. 7-15 Main Printed Circuit Assembly (PCA) pg. 7-13 Outlet Port / Flow Element pg. 5-2 Bottom Enclosure pg. 5-2 Filters pg. 7-18 6 6 Bottom Enclosure pg.Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement 7.3 Repair and Replacement Top Enclosure pg. 7-13 Top Enclosure pg. 7-11 6 pg.

Place the device on a protected work surface and carefully turn it over. Top Enclosure (REMstar Auto with C-Flex Shown) d. Lift the top enclosure up and away from the bottom enclosure. remove the three screws that secure the top enclosure to the bottom enclosure.3.Lo x 1/2″ (x3) Tools Required: Phillips screwdriver (No. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-9 .1 Top Enclosure Replacement Replacement Part Number 1022379 (REMstar Auto with C-Flex) 1022378 (REMstar Pro 2) Procedure Step 1 Remove the Top Enclosure: a. carefully return the device to its upright position. Using a Phillips screwdriver. exposing the bottom. b. While securely holding the top and the bottom enclosure together. Included in kit: Top Enclosure 8 Hi .Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement 7. 2 medium) 1 2 3 c.

Insert and tighten the three Phillips screws to secure the Top Enclosure to the Bottom Enclosure. Return the device to its upright position. b. carefully turn the device upside down.Chapter 7: Top Enclosure Replacement (Continued) Repair and Replacement Step 2 Install the Top Enclosure: a. d. c. While securely holding the Top Enclosure and Bottom Enclosure together. etc. Align the Top Enclosure with the Bottom Enclosure. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-10 . Keypad Outlet Port.

Tools Required: Phillips screwdriver (No.3. 2 medium) Flat-blade screwdriver (small) Keypad Locking Pins (International Keypad Shown) 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-11 .2 Keypad Replacement Replacement Part Number Included in Kit: Keypad Procedure 1020294 (International) 1020325 (Domestic) Step 1 Remove the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7.1) Step 2 Remove the Keypad: a.Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement 7. Carefully lift the Keypad from the Main PCA. There are three rubber locking pins that hold the keypad to the Main PCA.3.

Align the locking pins with the three holes on the display assembly.3. Press down on the locking pins until they snap into place. Align Locking Pins Here Step 4 Install the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7. Place the Keypad on the Main PCA.Chapter 7: Keypad Replacement (Continued) Repair and Replacement Step 3 Install the Keypad: a.1) 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-12 .

1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-13 . NOTE: The correct part number of the main PCA for your unit is linked to the model number. c.2) Step 3 Remove the Main PCA: a.Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement 7.3. Lift the main PCA up and away from the bottom enclosure assembly. 2 Phillips screwdriver Main PCA Tubing b.1) Step 2 Remove the Keypad (Refer to section 7. Included in Kit: Main PCA Tools Required: No. Lift the Main PCA and hold it slightly above the Blower Assembly to provide access to the Blower Wiring Harnesses and tubing connected to the Main PCA. Wiring Harnesses Connect Here Disconnect the Wiring Harnesses and tubing from the Main PCA.3.3 Main Printed Circuit Assembly (Main PCA) Replacement Replacement Part Numbers: • • • • 1021760 REMstar Auto with C-Flex (International) 1021761 REMstar Auto with C-Flex (Domestic) 1021764 REMstar Pro 2 (International) 1021765 REMstar Pro 2 (Domestic) Procedure Step 1 Remove the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7.3.

and run-in procedures prescribed in chapter 8 of this manual anytime the Main PCA is removed and/or replaced.3.Chapter 7: Main PCA Replacement (Continued) Repair and Replacement Step 3 Install the Main PCA a. Gently set the Main PCA down on the three stands that hold the Main PCA in place. b. c.1) 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-14 . Attach the blower connectors and the light pipe. NOTE: It is necessary to perform testing. While holding the main PCA over the bottom enclosure assembly.2) Step 5 Install the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7. attach the flow element tubing and pressure tubing to the Main PCA.3. PCA Stands Step 4 Install the Keypad (Refer to section 7. calibration.

Lift the Outlet Port out of the Bottom Enclosure. c.1) 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-15 .1) Step 2 Remove the Main PCA (Refer to section 7. Connect the tubing to the Outlet Port. Step 5 Install the Main PCA (Refer to section 7. b.3. Outlet Port Step 4 Install the Outlet Port: a.Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement 7.3. c.4 Outlet Port Replacement Procedure Step 1 Remove the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7.3) Step 6 Install the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7. Slide the Outlet Port into the Flow Element. Place the Outlet Port in the Bottom Enclosure.3.3.3) Step 3 Remove the Outlet Port: Replacement Part Number 1008477 Included in Kit: Outlet port Tools Required: Phillips screwdriver (No. 2 medium) a. b.3. Remove the pressure tubing from the Outlet Port. Separate the Outlet Port from the Flow Element.

5 Flow Element Replacement Replacement Part Number 1008490 Included in Kit: Flow Element Tools Required: Phillips screwdriver (No. Gently pull flow element tubing off the flow element. Slide the flow element into the Dog Bone Coupler.3. Step 6 Installing the Outlet Port (Refer to section 7. 2 medium) Procedure Step 1 Remove the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7.3.1) Step 2 Remove the Main PCA (Refer to section 7. Connect the tubing from P2 on the PCA to the port on the flow element closest to the outlet port.3. Slide the flow element out of the Dog Bone Coupler.3) Step 3 Remove the Outlet Port (Refer to section 7.3.3. Connect the tubing from P1 on the PCA to the port on the flow element closest to the blower.3) Step 8 Installing the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7.1) Tubing 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-16 . Step 5 Install the Flow Element: a.Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement 7. b.3. b.3. c.4) Step 7 Installing the Main PCA (Refer to section 7.4) Step 4 Remove the Flow Element: Flow Element a.

1) 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-17 .3) Step 3 Remove the Outlet Port (Refer to section 7. Slide the Dog Bone Coupler onto the Blower Assembly.3.5) Step 5 Remove the Dog Bone Coupler: a. Step 7 Install the Flow Element (Refer to section 7.5) Step 8 Installing the Outlet Port (Refer to section 7.Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement 7. Slide the Dog Bone Coupler off of the Blower Assembly. Dog Bone Coupler Step 6 Install the Dog Bone Coupler: a.6 Dog Bone Coupler Replacement Replacement Part Number 1011218 (Tubing kit) Included in Kit: Dog Bone Coupler Tubing Tools Required: Phillips screwdriver (No.4) Step 4 Remove the Flow Element (Refer to section 7.3.3.3.3.3) Step 10 Installing the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7.1) Step 2 Remove the Main PCA (Refer to section 7.3.4) Step 9 Installing the Main PCA (Refer to section 7.3.3.3. 2 medium) Procedure Step 1 Remove the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7.

1) Step 2 Remove the Main PCA (Refer to section 7.5) Step 5 Remove the Dog Bone Coupler (Refer to section 7.3.7 Blower Assembly Replacement Replacement Part Number 1022381 Included in Kit: Blower Assembly Tools Required: Phillips screwdriver (No. b. 6 Remove the protective backing from the adhesive ring on the Blower Assembly.3.3.4) Step 4 Remove the Flow Element (Refer to section 7.6) Blower Assembly Step 6 Remove the Blower Assembly: 3 a. 1 Remove the Bottom Enclosure. Firmly press the Blower Assembly into the foam insert. b. c. Remove the Blower Top Foam. 2 medium) Procedure Step 1 Remove the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7.3.3. Align the Blower Assembly air outlet with the opening in the foam insert.Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement 7. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-18 .3) Step 3 Remove the Outlet Port (Refer to section 7. 5 7 Step 7 Remove the Blower Assembly: 4 2 a.3.

3.5) Step 10 Install the Outlet Port (Refer to section 7.6) Step 9 Install the Flow Element (Refer to section 7.3.3) Step 12 Install the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7.3.3. Repair and Replacement Step 8 Install the Dog Bone Coupler (Refer to section 7.3. Wrap the red/green/black wiring around the bottom of the air outlet one time. e.Chapter 7: Blower Assembly Replacement (Continued) d.4) Step 11 Install the Main PCA (Refer to section 7.1) 2 5 3 1 6 7 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-19 . Place the blower top foam over the blower assembly and press into the foam insert.

3.6) Step 6 Remove the Blower Assembly (Refer to section 7.3.3) Step 3 Remove the Outlet Port (Refer to section 7.Lo x 1/2″ (x3) Tools Required: Phillips screwdriver (No. 2 medium) Procedure Step 1 Remove the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7.3.8 Bottom Enclosure Replacement Replacement Part Number 1011929 Included in Kit: Bottom Enclosure (w / label) 8 Hi .3.3.3. Remove the Remove the Mini Din Plug from the Bottom Enclosure.5) Step 5 Remove the Dog Bone Coupler (Refer to section 7.Chapter 7: Repair and Replacement 7. Bottom Enclosure Mini DIN Plug 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-20 .4) Step 4 Remove the Flow Element (Refer to section 7.7) Step 7 Remove the Bottom Enclosure: a.3.1) Step 2 Remove the Main PCA (Refer to section 7.

1) 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 7-21 .6) Step 11 Install the Flow Element (Refer to section 7.3.Chapter 7: Bottom Enclosure Replacement (Continued) Repair and Replacement Step 8 Replace the Bottom Enclosure: a.4) Step 13 Installing the Main PCA (Refer to section 7.3.3.5) Step 12 Install the Outlet Port (Refer to section 7. Install the Mini Din Plug into the Bottom Enclosure.7) Step 10 Install the Dog Bone Coupler (Refer to section 7.3) Step 14 Installing the Top Enclosure (Refer to section 7.3.3. Step 9 Install the Blower Assembly (Refer to section 7.3.

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.4 8......3 8...................................... 8-15 Test Data Sheets ..... and Verification Chapter 8: Testing...6 8.5 8.2 8...................... Calibration...... 8-14 Performance Verification ......8 8......................1 8..... 8-5 System Calibration ........................... 8-2 Real-time Clock Calibration ..... and Verification 8. 8-16 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-1 1018658 ....................................9 Overview ............................................ 8-3 Load Serial and Model Numbers ....................... 8-6 Current Draw Test ............ 8-13 Manual Heated Humidifier Test......Chapter 8: Testing............... Calibration............ 8-2 Run-in ...............7 8.................................

com) and download the Utility Software on to your PC. these procedures may be used in conjunction with the performance verification to determine whether or not the unit is functioning properly. 4) and set the pressure to 20 cm H2O.1 Overview This chapter provides run-in. log on to (http://servicesoftware. Before proceeding.respironics. Calibration and AC current draw testing are necessary only when a repair has been made to the unit.2 Run-in Before the REMstar Auto with C-Flex or REMstar Pro 2 can be calibrated. 8. Verification shall be performed at periodic intervals commensurate with hospital or Homecare Provider guidelines for preventative maintenance. However.Chapter 8: Testing. between rentals. and performance verification procedures for the REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2. Equipment • 0. Calibration and testing of the REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 requires the use of Respironics Utility Software. Enter the therapy setup menu (refer to Chap. Run the unit for at least 2 hours before performing the calibration. calibration. or during normal patient usage. AC current draw testing. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-2 . the device must be run-in for at least 2 hours to avoid possible calibration failures. Calibration.25” Test Orifice (p/n 332353) Procedure Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Connect the test orifice to the Outlet Port of the unit. and Verification Chapter 8: Testing 8.

Connect the other end of the cable to the SleepLink card. On your computer. Connect the Sleeplink cable to communication port (1) of your computer.g. patient pressures.) To do this in a logical manner and for a technician or therapist to know exactly when a certain event has occurred. the calibration will fail. the REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 runs and records events at real-time. and Verification 8. Calibration.Chapter 8: Testing. etc. Place the SleepLink card in to the UUT. Click on the red “Set Clock / Verify Clock” button to begin calibration (the button will turn green.3 Real-time Clock Calibration The Unit Under Test (UUT) will record and track several different parameters (e. This time is checked and compared to your computer’s time when running the calibration software. you must perform the real-time clock calibration before you proceed with the calibration. when and how the device is used. apnea events.) Step 3 Step 4 Figure 8-1 Begin Calibration 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-3 . If the times do not match. Click here Equipment • • SleepLink Interface Card w/cable (p/n 1007492) Utility Software Procedure Step 1 Step 2 Ensure AC power is connected to the UUT. error codes. Therefore. open the Utility Software and select. “Real-time Clock Calibration”.

“PASS” Indicator Runtime Arrow Figure 8-3 Calibration Complete Figure 8-2 Setting Time and Date 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-4 . click on the white runtime arrow. Step 6 When the program has finished.Chapter 8: Testing. Calibration. The program will now set the appropriate date and time on the UUT. a green “PASS” indicator will appear. and Verification Real-time Clock Calibration (continued) Step 5 In the upper lefthand corner.

Chapter 8: Testing.5 MB free hard disk space When prompted. b. or click on “OK” with your mouse. b. 800 x 600 resolution • Windows-compatible pointing device (mouse) • Windows-supported serial port (COM1 . Click on the Start Button of your computer. to Parts Needed: Tools Required: Sleep Link Card (1007492) Communication Cable None Utility Software (download from servicesoftware. Type in the Model Number of the unit.COM4) • 2. click on the RUN arrow start the software program.respironics.com c. Connect the UUT to the proper AC voltage source. and Verification 8. Press enter. Press enter. Step 1 Connect the UUT to a PC: a. e. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-5 .4 Main Printed Circuit Assembly (Main PCA) / Load Serial and Model Number NOTE: During the manufacturing process. This process gives Homecare Providers the ability to link the information from the Encore SmartCard to a specific device for a more complete patient record. f. A green PASS box will appear. Calibration. it is not necessary for the performance of the unit. Step 2 Load the Serial and Model Number a. the Serial Number is programmed into the memory of the Main PCA. Select: Programs Respironics Tools Load Serial and Model Number With your mouse. The software will automatically transfer the information into the memory of the new PCA. Connect the communication cable between the SleepLink card and the serial port COM1 PC. or click on “OK” with your mouse. Although this process is important for tracking patient information. d. enter the Serial Number of the unit. Minimum System Requirements • Windows 95/98/2000/NT • Color Monitor with 256 colors.

All connections must be made to the outlet port of UUT. and Verification 8. Procedure Step 1 Connect the RS-232 connector of the SleepLink cable to communication port (1) of the computer. Step 2 Step 3 Equipment • • • • • • • • • • • • Utility Software Digital Manometer (see Appendix A) Windows®-compatible personal computer running Windows 95 or higher version software Printer SmartLink card with cable.5 System Calibration This procedure provides instructions for the calibration of the REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2. Calibration. 3% accuracy. Connect the other end of the cable to the SleepLink card. Connect the AC power cord to the UUT. Set the UUT on the REMstar Heated Humidifier and connect the AC power cord to the Humidifier.Chapter 8: Testing. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-6 . (P/N 1007492) Flowmeter (range: +180 to -180 LPM. The results of this calibration can be printed to a local printer and used as a final test data sheet that can be retained as part of the device history record. Connect the O2 adapter to the outlet of the UUT and occlude the adapter. Insert the SleepLink card into the UUT (the card must be inserted with the word “SleepLink” facing upwards). 1 LPM resolution) Flow control valve Pressure pick-off adapter (O2 Enrichment Adapter) Pressure tubing Negative flow source (CPAP capable of 60 LPM) Smooth Bore Patient Tubing REMstar Heated Humidifier Step 4 NOTE: Remove the humidifier’s reservoir if connected.

Chapter 8: Testing. and Verification System Calibration (continued) Step 5 Connect the pressure tubing from the O2 port of the O2 adapter to the digital manometer. Calibration. and display tests. Figure 8-4 Pressure Setup Step 6 Open the Calibration Software. Enter the user name and hit (ENTER) on the keyboard. type in the model number and click (OK). Next. O2 Adapter w/ End Cap Step 9 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-7 . After typing in the serial number. alarm.) Step 7 Start the calibration by clicking on the white runtime arrow in the upper lefthand corner of the window. Follow the instructions on the screen. Runtime Arrow SleepLink Card Manometer Figure 8-5 System Setup Step 8 The program will then prompt the user to enter the serial number. (Refer to figure 8-4 for setup. click (OK). The program will then run through a series of humidifier. lighting.

Calibration. click on the red button to decrease the blower speed. Figure 8-7 Increase/Decrease Blower Speed Step 12 Type in the pressure reading from the manometer and press (ENTER) on the keyboard. If the pressure on the manometer is lower than 4.00cm H2O. When 4. NOTE: Let the pressures stabilize for at least one minute before making any adjustments during the calibration. the pressure will change by approximately 0. click on the green button to increase blower speed.2cm H2O. Figure 8-6 System Calibration Step 11 Observe the manometer. the program is ready to start the pressure sensor calibration. If the pressure is higher than 4. Figure 8-8 Entering Manometer reading 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-8 .Chapter 8: Testing. Click on the (OK) button. Each time a button is clicked.00cm H2O. and Verification System Calibration (continued) Step 10 When the prompt in Figure 8-6 appears. click on (DONE).00cm H2O is achieved.

Calibration. Perform the same procedure for the remaining different settings. After the last pressure calibration is performed. Connect a section of patient tubing between the O2 adapter and the inlet of the flow meter. The program will first calibrate positive flow. If the flow is greater than 160 LPM.160 LPM. If the flow is less than 150 LPM.Chapter 8: Testing. Click on the green (OK) button on the program window. Patient tubing Patient tubing Flow meter Figure 8-10 Calibration Circuit Step 16 Observe the flow meter. indicating the program is about to start the flow element calibration. Figure 8-11 Increase/Decrease Flow 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-9 . When the UUT is delivering between 150 . the following prompt will appear. and Verification System Calibration (continued) Step 13 The program will now request calibration at several higher pressures. Step 14 Flow valve Figure 8-9 Flow Element Calibration Step 15 Unblock the end of the O2 adapter. click on the (DONE) button. click on the red button to decrease the flow. Connect another section of patient tubing from the outlet of the flow meter to the flow control valve (completely open the flow valve). click on the green button to increase the flow.

Figure 8-12 Flow Element Calibration Step 18 Enter in the flow reading from the flow meter and press (ENTER) on the keyboard. Figure 8-13 Entering the Flow Meter Reading 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-10 . For each setting. Calibration. Step 19 The program will now request several different flow settings decreasing in value down to and including zero flow. Click on the green (OK) button. Turn on the negative flow source and click the green (OK) button. Connect another section of patient tubing between the outlet of the flow control valve and the outlet of the negative flow source (refer to Figure 8-15). After zero flow is confirmed. another REMstar device may be used with the pressure set to 20cm H2O. NOTE: For the negative flow source. and Verification System Calibration (continued) Step 17 Observe the flow meter and adjust the flow control valve until 150 LPM of flow is achieved. the following prompt will appear. Figure 8-14 Zero Flow Confirmation Step 20 The program will now calibrate negative flow.Chapter 8: Testing. use the flow control valve to set the flow and then type in each value.

Before entering the flow value. Adjust the flow control valve until 10 LPM is displayed on the flow meter and click (OK). Refer to figure 8-16.Chapter 8: Testing. Step 22 Figure 8-17 Entering the Negative Flow Value 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-11 . pressure against the normal direction of flow of the device is considered a negative flow. and Verification System Calibration (continued) Negative flow source Figure 8-16 Negative Flow Value Display Figure 8-15 System Calibration with Negative Flow Source Step 21 The program will now calibrate the negative portion of the flow table. ensure that the negative or minus symbol is typed in first. The software will reject a positive value here. Calibration. Although the flow meter may not display a negative flow.

Pressure and flow accuracy of the device must now be verified. the program will request a button test for the UUT.5). Observe the manometer and enter the value for each pressure setting. Press the buttons on the device in the order that they are numbered on the program screen. the program will verify negative flow. use the flow control valve to set the negative flows that the program requests and enter the values. The Current Draw Test must now be performed (proceed to section 8. pressure accuracy will be checked. Turn off the negative flow source. Calibration. Follow the prompts on the screen for the flow settings. The program has now completed calibrating the flow and pressure sensor. Turn off the negative flow source and disconnect the patient tubing from between the negative flow source and the flow valve. When the button test has been completed and the UUT has successfully passed all tests. The program will first verify positive flows. Click the (OK) button to view the test data sheet. After zero flow is confirmed. This completes the calibration procedure. Sign the sheet and retain as part of a device history record. Connect the patient tubing between the outlet of the flow valve and the negative flow source. and Verification System Calibration (continued) Step 23 Step 24 Once again. The program will now command the UUT to produce specific pressures. a green (PASS) prompt will appear on the computer screen. Disconnect the patient tubing from the UUT and occlude the O2 port. Step 25 Step 26 Step 27 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-12 . Turn on the negative flow source and follow the prompts. Click (OK) on the print results button to print the test data sheet. The program will now read the pressure and flow parameters from the device and compare these readings to the pressure and flow values that the user will enter. Completely open the flow valve.Chapter 8: Testing. Step 29 Step 28 When the pressure verification is complete. After completion of the negative flow verification.

6 Current Draw Test This procedure provides instructions for testing the current draw on the REMstar Auto with C-Flex. Sign and date the test sheet and retain for a device history record. Step 1 Step 2 Place the test adapter on the outlet of the UUT. Connect the UUT and the Multimeter (Set to Current) in series with the hot side of the AC power cord. Enter the Setup menu and set the pressure to 20 cm H2O.Chapter 8: Testing. and Verification 8. This concludes the REMstar Auto with C-Flex Current Draw Test Equipment • • • NOTE: 0. Step 3 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-13 .25” Test Adapter (p/n 332353) (see Appendix A) Multimeter Test Leads Test leads can be made by opening one lead of the power cord and installing the proper cable ends to connect to the multimeter. Step 4 Record the current reading from the multimeter in the space provided on the Testing Data Sheet. Calibration. Turn on the UUT and allow the device to stabilize for at least one minute. Connect the AC power cord to the UUT and plug the cord into an AC outlet.

d. CAUTION: Electronic components used in this device are subject to damage from static electricity. b. and Verification 8. b. Record the results (pass / fail) on the Test Data Sheet. This test is optional and may be performed if the automated heated humidifier test is not performed. Step 1 Humidifier Preheat Test a. 2. All of the connections remain the same as in step 1. The green LED on the front of the Heated Humidifier is illuminated. Record the results (pass / fail) on the Test Data Sheet. Start the preheat mode and observe the following: 1. Set the Heated Humidifier setting to 1. Observe heater plate warms. Use and follow appropriate Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) procedures. Connect the UUT to the Heated Humidifier. Calibration. Step 2 Humidifier Heat Test a.7 Manual Heated Humidifier Test Purpose This procedure provides instructions for the Heated Humidifier System to be tested without the test station set-up. d.Chapter 8: Testing. The icon appears on the CPAP display screen. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-14 . Equipment • Heated Humidifier c. Turn the device blower on and observe that the green LED on the front of the Heated Humidifier is a solid green LED. c.

This verification may be performed between rentals.Chapter 8: Testing. as routine maintenance. Record the pressure reading of the manometer in the space provided on the Testing Data Sheet. Perform this procedure after the Run-in (refer to section 8. Step 2 Equipment • • • O2 Enrichment Attachment (p/n 312710) (see Appendix A) Pressure Tubing Manometer Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-15 .2) Procedure Step 1 Place the O2 port on the outlet of the device and connect the pressure tubing between the test orifice and the manometer. or as a screening procedure. during normal patient usage. Set the pressure on the UUT to 20 cm H2O. and Verification 8. Record the pressure reading of the manometer in the space provided on the Testing Data Sheet.8 Performance Verification The performance verification can be used as a way to determine if the REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 is functioning properly. Allow the pressure to stabilize for at least one minute. Turn on the UUT and allow the unit to stabilize for at least one minute. Occlude the O2 port on the device. Enter the Setup menu and set the pressure to 4 cm H2O. Calibration.

____________________ Hours____________________ Tolerance Tolerance Model No.Chapter 8: Testing.____________________ Current Draw @ 20cm H2O (_____) <1.____________________ CPAP Performance Verification 4cm H2O (_____) 3-5 cm H2O 20cmH2O (_____) 19-21 cm H2O Date _____/_____/_____ Name (Print)____________________ Signature (In Ink)_____________________ Current Draw Test Serial No.____________________ Hours____________________ Tolerance Model No. Calibration.0 A Date _____/_____/_____ Name (print)____________________________ Signature (In Ink) ______________________________ NOTE: Attach this form to printout of System Calibration. and Verification Performance Verification Serial No. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual 8-16 .

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Appendix A: Tools and Equipment
A.1 A.2 Service Tools and Supplies ................. A-2 Acceptable Test Equipment ................ A-3

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Appendix A:

Tools and Equipment

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Cleaning Cloth Digital Manometer - see Section A.2 Digital Multimeter - see Section A.2 Flow Meter - see Section A.2 Test Leads Isopropyl Alcohol Mild Detergent Pressure Tubing Test Orifice (RI P/N 332353) Whisper Swivel II (RI P/N 332113) Adjustable Flow Valve (RI P/N 1006120) CPAP (for negative flow) O2 Enrichment Port (RI P/N 312710)

A.1 Service Tools and Supplies
You should have the following hand tools and supplies available for troubleshooting, testing, and repairing the REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 systems. • Common Hand Tools: Flat-blade screwdriver - small Phillips screwdriver - #2 • Antistatic, Electro-Static Discharge (ESD)-protected work station - minimum requirement is a grounded mat and wrist strap • Microsoft® Windows®-compatible personal computer running Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT®, and XP® with a CDROM drive

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A.2 Acceptable Test Equipment
A.2.1 Digital Manometer*
Specifications: 0 - 25 cm H2O (or better) ±0.3 cm H2O accuracy ±0.1 cm H2O resolution Acceptable Options: • Respironics Digital Manometer • TSI Certifier FA Test System, High Flow Module (RI P/N 1012598) • Merical DP2001 • Sensym PDM 200CD • Any commercially available digital manometer that meets the above specifications. * A water column manometer may also be used.

A.2.2 Digital Multimeter
Specifications: 2.5 digit readout minimum 0.0 - 20.0 VDC 0.0 - 25.0 VAC Acceptable Options:

• Fluke 83 or better model • Any commercially available multimeter
that meets the above specifications.

A.2.3 Flow Meter
Specifications: Range: +180 to -180 LPM ± 2% accuracy ± 1 LPM resolution Acceptable Options:

• TSI Certifier FA Test System, High Flow Module
(RI P/N 1012598)

• TSI 4000 Series Flow Meter • Any commercially available flowmeter that meets the
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............................. B-4 Display ............................. B-7 Microprocessor... B-5 To CPU Board...........Appendix B Appendix B: Schematics Schematic Statement ....................................................... B-3 Power Supply .................................................................................................. B-6 Analog Circuit .......................................... B-8 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual B-1 ........................ B-2 Motor Driver .........................................................................................................

The schematics are proprietary and confidential. Patents are pending. Any changes of components could effect the reliability of the device. The schematics are of the revision level in effect at the time this manual was last revised. 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual B-2 . The schematics are intended to satisfy administrative requirements only. prohibit lot tracking of electronic components. New revisions may or may not be distributed in the future. and void warranties. Do not copy the schematics or disclose them to third parties beyond the purpose for which they are intended.Appendix B Appendix B: Schematics B. They are not intended to be used for component level testing and repair.1 Schematic Statement Schematics are supplied with this manual in direct support of the sale and purchase of this product. Repairs and testing are supported only at the complete board level.

0K R 21 10.KAU C I C EDM S EDM S VBU LK +5V 10. 0K 10. 0K R 103 R 101 C SC K MI SO R 14 33. 1uF C 29 127 C 30 G ND SC K M O SI SW I TCH CO ND RUBBER 3M M SPSTNO G ND 130 N M 25C 040 SW 7 10. 00K 4.730 H SPV_W D T 10. 0K R 93 SC L SD A SD A_D I SPLAY SC L_D I SPLAY G ND TXD 0 82 PA14/ K0 SC 83 PA15/ TXD 0 84 PA16/ XD 0 R 85 PA17/ K1 SC 86 PA18/ TXD 1/ TR 1 N 91 PA19/ XD 1 R 92 PA20/ K2 SC 93 PA21/ TXD 2 94 PA22/ XD 2 R R 30 * JP2 R 89 +5V 10. 0K R 87 10. 0K R 88 10. 0K TXD 1 66 PA0/ LK3 TC 69 PA3/ LK4 TC 72 PA6/ LK5 TC PA1/ O A3 TI PA2/ O B3 TI PA4/ O A4 TI PA5/ O B4 TI PA7/ O A5 TI PA8/ O B5 TI PB0 PB1 PB2 PB8 PB9 PB10 PB11 PB12 PB13 PB14 PB15 PB16 PB17 67 68 70 71 75 76 139 140 141 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 H ALL G ND G ND J I TER N ATI N AL/ O M ESTI N O D C * R 32 10. 5 R 73 1. N SCHEM ATI C AU TO C FLEX. R EFER TO SEPAR ATE BI O F M ATER I LL ALS FO R AD D I O N AL PAR T I FO R M ATI N . 0K R 124 N R ST PR O D U C T LI E: N BAV99L 1 G ND A CFLEX PR O C ESS: TI TLE: G ND G ND ZER O G ND N O TES: 1. 0K R 13 BEM F +5V +5V G ND 10. 768 KH Z 4 G ND C 82 G ND R 130 * SW I TCH CO ND RUBBER 3M M SPSTNO .E 1H 1 SW 2 1 HUM I D 2 TXD 0 BU ZZER I R C R 9 LI K N BU ZZER G ND G ND SW I TCH CO ND RUBBER 3M M SPSTNO +3.03 25EDM S EDM S SI ZE D R AW I G N O . 00K R4 LS1 39.KAU C I C EDM S EDM S 9. 0K 164 169 165 167 166 168 77 78 79 80 142 143 144 81 JTAG SEL N TR ST TM S TD O TD I TC K PA9/R Q 0 I PA10/R Q 1 I PA11/R Q 2 I PA12/R Q 3 I PB3/R Q 4 I PB4/R Q 5 I PB5/R Q 6 I PA13/ F1Q 114 W AKEU P 115 SH D N PB18/ S BM PB19/ LK0 TC PB22/ LK1 TC PB25/ LK2 TC PB20/ O A0 TI PB21/ O B0 TI PB23/ O A1 TI PB24/ O B1 TI PB26/ O A2 TI PB27/ O B2 TI 163 55 58 63 56 57 61 62 10.03 25- J. 3V PA23/ SPC K PA24/ I M SO PA25/ O SI M PA26/ PC S0/ SS N N PA27/ PC S1 N PA28/ PC S2 N PA29/ PC S3 N R AW _PW M G ND SW 4 1 RAM P 2 +5V C SW I TCH CO ND RUBBER 3M M SPSTNO SW I TCH CO ND RUBBER 3M M SPSTNO U 14 SW 9 2 SW 10 1 BATTER Y_BU N R ST 170 120pF RI HT G N PC S0 PR ESS FLO W 1 2 3 4 SH CS/ DN CH0 CH1 VD D C LK DO UT 8 7 6 5 G ND SC K MI SO M O SI I _LO _SI E D B +8V BATTER Y_BU 3 VBU LK PP8 PP7 128 DA0 129 DA1 AT91M 5580033AI . 1uF +5V 10. 0K . 00K * G ND C 81 * SW I TCH CO ND RUBBER 3M M SPSTNO 1 2 + B1 BR 2032. 0K R 34 M O SI N PC S0 33. 9152 M H Z C 28 1200pF C 23 Y1 G ND 1 C 80 15pF C 77 15pF R 10 499 G ND CR3 G ND +3. 0K G ND D C _O N N TR ST D TM S TD O TD I TC K SM AR T_D ETEC T M O TO R _C U R R EN T_TR I P D C R 13 H SM G . 0K C 89 R 112 Q 14 BSS123LT1 10. 0K R 16 499 RAM P R6 C R 12 H SM G . -I D I ATES I N C TEM S N O T I STALLED . 2K 39. 0K R 154 10. 3V R1 1. 3V 1 SW I TCH CO ND RUBBER 3M M SPSTNO .D O M ESTI C MI CRO & DI I G TAL * DRN BY: CHK BY: APPR BY: J. 1uF C 38 112 N R STBU 110 XI 32 N 111 XO U T32 2 3 R 22 1. 2 10. 3V 2 C R 20 BAV99L . D SC ALE S1017737 N/ A PAR T N O . 1uF C 94 * * G ND R 156 SPV_W D T G ND R ESET TPS330533D 10. 3V JTAG SEL EDM S SC H EM ATI FO R R EV 0 BO AR D C 9. 0K 64 65 R 99 R 106 10. 0K R 104 R 102 O N / FF O 2 SW 8 1 2 G NDA G ND 145 PB6/ 0TR G AD 146 PB7/ 1TR G AD 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 AD 0 AD 1 AD 2 AD 3 AD 4 AD 5 AD 6 AD 7 PR ESS FLO W C 159 N W D O VF 160 M CKO 105 XI N 106 XO U T 108 PLLR C * C 87 G ND R 81 1. 2 R8 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 117 SW 5 1 SW 6 1 2 2 N PC S1 MI SO VD D A AD VR EF D AVR EF U3 +5V 1 CS 2 SO 3 WP 4 VSS 8 VC C 7 H O LD 6 SC K 5 SI +5V SW I TCH CO ND RUBBER 3M M SPSTNO 1000pF 126 . 2 N PC S1 C TL_H I _A C TL_LO _A C TL_H I _B C TL_LO _B C TL_H I _C C TL_LO _C * * R 37 33. N R EV. 3V R 131 ZER O R 132 ZER O PP1 C 99 C 98 1 2 3 4 +5V SW I TCH CO ND RUBBER 3M M SPSTNO U2 SENSE1 SENSE2 W DI VD D MR R ESET 8 7 6 5 PP2 PP3 1 +5V 2 G ND G ND G ND SW I TCH CO ND RUBBER 3M M SPSTNO G ND CR4 2 3 A . 0K C 76 R 75 1 3 C 90.Appendix B 8 7 6 5 4 3 R EV C/ N 2 D ESC R I O N PTI D ATE D R AW N BY: 1 C H EC KED BY: APPR O VED BY: 0 +3. 00K 2 SW 3 ZTN 155W 03 Q4 M M BT3904LT1 G ND . 00M 1 Y3 32. 0K R 29 M TR _C TR _EST +3. 1uF C 16 +3.730 H O N / FF O . 0K R 27 10. 0 SH EET 1017737 1 OF 6 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual B-3 . 9K G ND +5V +5V R XD 1 R 155 10. 2K R 31 R 24 ZER O . 0K R 18 10. 1uF . 0K R 19 U 19: B R 105 G ND 10. 1uF C 52 2 B + C 35 10uF 25V CR5 BAT54 SW I TCH CO ND RUBBER 3M M SPSTNO VSS DI N M C P3202BISN / G ND SW 11 1 SW 12 1 2 2 1 SW 1 3 47. 1uF C 40 R 33 C 37 R 26 G ND G ND 2. TI N O 2.730 H HUM I D FLO W _O S BU ZZER +5V CR1 H SM G . 1uF C 93 +5V +3. 0K 10. 01uF 10. 1uF C 24 R 23 LEFT 2 +5V Q 21 BSS84LT1 VBU LK 1 SW I TCH CO ND RUBBER 3M M SPSTNO 10.

1uF 103 107 A PR O D U C T LI E: N . 0 R 123 OE WE NW R1 R 122 R 25 33. 1uF U 22 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 3 33 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 BYTE Vcc DQ 0 DQ 1 DQ 2 DQ 3 DQ 4 DQ 5 DQ 6 DQ 7 DQ 8 DQ 9 D Q 10 D Q 11 D Q 12 D Q 13 D Q 14 D Q 15 23 15 17 19 21 24 26 28 30 16 18 20 22 25 27 29 31 G ND OE D 15 D 13 D 11 D9 D7 D5 D3 D1 D 14 D 12 D 10 D8 D6 D4 D2 D0 A1: A19 U 20 N C S2 WE A14 A13 A12 A11 A10 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 41 OE 6 CS 17 WE 1 2 3 4 5 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 42 43 44 22 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 NC A1: A19 R2 A2 A19 A3 A4 A15 A16 A1 A17 C 10. 1uF C 18 .D O M ESTI C G ND SCHEM ATI C DRN BY: CHK BY: APPR BY: SI ZE M I R O . 1uF C9 . 3V B .KAU C I C EDM S EDM S 9. 1uF 16 G N D 29 30 VDDI O G ND VDDI O G ND U 19: A 175 VD D C O R E 176 VDDI O 1 G ND 2 G ND G ND 131 VD D C O R E 132 VDDI O 133 G ND 134 G ND G ND VDDI O VDDI O G ND 60 G N D 73 74 G ND VDDI O VDDI O G ND G ND 162 G ND 109 113 116 148 161 G N D 147 C 20 . 3V 104 R 15 100 G ND 1000pF A C 27 . 1uF 45 G ND 46 G ND 59 C 85 . 3V .Appendix B 8 7 6 5 4 3 R EV C/ N 2 D ESC R I O N PTI D ATE D R AW N BY: 1 C H EC KED BY: APPR O VED BY: SEE SH EET 1 D 0: 15 U 19: C D D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D 10 D 11 D 12 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D 10 D 11 D 12 D 13 D 14 D 15 AO / LB N A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 31 32 33 34 A1: A19 A0 D +5V +5V A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 N C SO OE WE N R ST A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 .FLASH & D EBU G C O N N EC TO R C D R AW I G N O . 2 33. 1uF C3 . 1uF C 31 G N D 43 VD D C O R E 44 VDDI O C 25 . 1uF B +5V TD O J4: A J4: B J4: C 1 2 3 . 1uF C 14 C 13 D 0: 15 C 12 23 G ND NC 34 28 G ND NC K6R 1016C 1C J G ND 100K R5 A18 PP54 G ND N C SO N C S2 A20 A21 A22 A23 C 97 * G ND * G ND C 92 +5V 15 C 10 +3. 2 172 NRD/ O E N 173 N W R 0/ W E N 174 N W R 1/ U B N 171 N W AI T 3 4 5 6 135 136 137 138 N C S0 N C S1 N C S2 N C S3 N C S4 N C S5 N C S6 N C S7 AT91M 5580033AI A17 A18 A19 12 CE 14 1 OE NC 43 WE 13 Vss 44 32 R ESET Vss AM 29F400AB90SC G ND 11 VC C 33 VC C 40 UB 39 LB 7 IO 1 / 8 IO 2 / 9 IO 3 / 10 IO 4 / 13 IO 5 / 14 IO 6 / 15 IO 7 / 16 IO 8 / 29 IO 9 / 30 IO 10 / 31 IO 11 / 32 IO 12 / 35 IO 13 / 36 IO 14 / 37 IO 15 / 38 IO 16 / G ND NW R1 A0 D0 D2 D4 D6 D7 D5 D3 D1 D8 D 10 D 12 D 14 D9 D 11 D 13 D 15 G ND . 1uF C 12 C 11 . 2 33. 1uF C8 C7 . 1uF C 19 C 22 CFLEX PR O C ESS: TI TLE: AU TO C FLEX. 1uF +3. 1uF G ND TC K N R ST TM S J4: D J4: E J4: F J4: G 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 G ND JTAG SEL N TR ST TD I J4: H J4: I J4: J G N D 87 VD D C O R E 88 VDDI O 89 G ND 90 G ND 102 VDDI O G ND AT91M 5580033AI G ND VD D BU G N D BU G N D BU VD D PLL G N D PLL BATTER Y_BU . 1uF C 21 C 26 . 1uF . J.03 25EDM S EDM S D SC ALE S1017737 N/ A PAR T N O . 1uF +5V +3. 3V +5V RY/ BY 2 R3 10. N R EV. 1uF C 15 . 0 SH EET 1017737 2 OF 6 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1018658 REMstar Auto with C-Flex and REMstar Pro 2 Service Manual B-4 . 0K R 113 D 13 D 14 D 15 * +3.

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