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WARRANTY
Respironics, Inc. warrants that the system shall be free from defects of workmanship and materials and will perform in accordance with the product specifications for a period of two (2) years from the date of sale by Respironics, Inc. to the dealer. If the product fails to perform in accordance with the product specifications, Respironics, Inc. will repair or replace – at its option – the defective material or part. Respironics, Inc. will pay customary freight charges from Respironics, Inc. to the dealer location only. This warranty does not cover damage caused by accident, misuse, abuse, alteration, and other defects not related to material or workmanship. Respironics, Inc. 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. The warranty for repair parts is 90 days for labor and one year on the replaced part(s). This warranty is given in lieu of all other express warranties. In addition, any implied warranties – including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for the particular purpose – are 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. To exercise your rights under this warranty, contact your local authorized Respironics, Inc. dealer or contact Respironics, Inc. at: Respironics, Inc. 1001 Murry Ridge Lane Murrysville, Pennsylvania 15668-8550 U.S.A. and Canada Phone:1-800-345-6443 Fax: 1-800-886-0245 International Phone: 1-724-387-4000 Fax: 1-724-387-5012

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No changes to specifications. REV. Added Information regarding M Series Bi-Level products Added reference to the REMstar ProE M Series device Changed “Failed Component” column name to “Corrective Action” and deleted “Error Tag” as well as several unused and “For Debugging Only” codes.PAGE 1 . Added reference to REMstar ProE M Series device. Also added more descriptive text in The Corrective Action column as well as a Special Note at the beginning of the Error Code table. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION REVISION HISTORY . No Significant Modifications Added reference to the REMstar ProE M Series device.) Copyright/Warranty (1031208) Introduction (1031209) REV.com. Updated Schematics to latest revision Updated Schematics to latest revision Warnings (1031210) & Cautions 01 04 02 04 04 07/20/2006 07/20/2007 11/15/2006 07/20/2007 09/05/2007 Specifications/Classifications (1031211) Theory (1031212) of Operation Setup (1031254) Error Codes (1031255) Sleep Therapy Device Repair & Replacement (1031256) Humidifier Repair Replacement (1031466) Testing (1031257) CPAP Device (1031260) Schematics & 04 03 04 03 02 07/20/2007 09/05/2007 09/05/2007 03/05/2007 09/13/2006 Heated Humidifier Schematics (1031698) 1031207.respironics.com.respironics.REVISION HISTORY SECTION NAME (NO. # 02 04 DATE 01/19/2007 07/20/2007 DESCRIPTION Changed copyright year from 2006 to 2007 Changed screen shots to reflect web site change to my. Modified to include “VER2” device components as well as M Series ProE information Changed photo on page 12 Changed screen shots to reflect web site change to my.

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........................1 REAL-TIME CLOCK ..................................................................2 HEATER ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................3 SENSOR CALIBRATION ............................................................8 WARNINGS.............................................................................1 CRYSTAL ..................................1 BATTERY ............................................................................................... REV...................................5 RECOMMENDED SEPARATION DISTANCES BETWEEN PORTABLE & MOBILE RF COMMUNICATIONS AND THE M SERIES BASE PLATFORM SLEEP THERAPY DEVICES ...........................................................................................................................4 COMMUNICATIONS CHANNEL .........................................................................3 AMPLIFIER AND DC REMOVAL ............................2 SENSOR PLUS ASIC.............................................................................................................................................................................1 C-FLEX FEATURE............................4 ELECTROMAGNETIC IMMUNITY .................3 SERVICE NOTICE ..................................................................................................................................................................2 NOTES .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................TABLE OF CONTENTS ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................8 SERVICE TRAINING ...........................................1 CAUTIONS ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................2 CALIBRATION ..............................1 SPECIFICATIONS...........................................2 BI-LEVEL DEVICES .....8 PRODUCT SUPPORT STATEMENT .............................................................................................2 SPECIFICATIONS & CLASSIFICATIONS INTRODUCTION..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................2 AUTO NULL ..........................1 FLOW SENSOR ....................2 PRODUCT OPERATING SOFTWARE UPGRADES ............4 1032926......................................3 BOARD CALIBRATION .................................. & NOTES WARNINGS...................................................................3 AUTO NULL .................................2 PRESSURE SENSOR FOR PRESSURE CONTROL .............................................................................................2 AMPLIFIER ..............3 PRESSURE SENSOR FOR SNORE DETECTION ...........................................................................................................1 A-FLEX FEATURE..................................................... CAUTIONS............................................................ 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION PAGE 1 .............................................INTRODUCTION M SERIES OVERVIEW ....2 ELECTROMAGNETIC EMISSIONS .................................................................................................................................................................................................................3 AMPLIFIER AND LPF ...................................................................7 THEORY OF OPERATION INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................

...........................................................................................6 COMPONENTS CRITICAL TO QUALITY ...........................................................................................8 REPLACING THE NAVIGATION DOOR ........................................6 PROVIDER MODE .......................................................................5 PRESSURELESS SENSOR BOARD ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................10 REPLACING THE ACCESSORY MODULE ......................................................................................................................4 OTHER I/O........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................6 M SERIES BI-LEVEL DEVICE REPLACEMENT PARTS QUICK REFERENCE .............8 SETUP INTRODUCTION ............4 PATIENT/SUMMARY DATA SCREENS ............................................................2 DC POWER ....................................................................................................................................................1 ERROR TYPES ...............................4 PART REMOVAL FLOW CHART ..........1 BENCH CHECKOUT ..................9 REPLACING THE OUTLET PORT/ISO COVER ........................................................................................................................7 NAVIGATING THE PROVIDER MODE SCREENS.............................5 M SERIES CPAP DEVICE REPLACEMENT PARTS QUICK REFERENCE .............................................................................2 AC POWER .................................................................. 04 .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................4 DEBUG PORT ...............................5 LIST OF CONNECTORS ..................................................4 POWER SUPPLIES .....8 ERROR CODES INTRODUCTION ........................................5 NAVIGATING THE USER MODE SCREENS........................................................9 M SERIES SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACEMENT OVERVIEW ..................................................................................3 MODES .15 REPLACING THE TOP ENCLOSURE .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1 REPAIR SUGGESTIONS ............................................................................................................4 USER MODE ..................7 REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS .............................................SPI BUS ...........................................................1 APPLYING POWER TO THE DEVICE ........................................................................4 ANALOG SNORE OUTPUT ........................................................................................................................................1 “VER2” M SERIES DEVICES .......................................................................................................................................... REV...............................................................................7 ERROR CODES ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................12 REPLACING THE FILTER COVER ASSEMBLY ...........................................................................................................17 PAGE 2 ...............................................................................................................8 TOOLS & EQUIPMENT ............................................................4 RESETS .....TABLE OF CONTENTS M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1032926...........................

.......14 REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER PCA ............................................20 ASSEMBLING THE HUMIDIFIER ......................................................................2 REQUIRED EQUIPMENT FOR THE PRESSURE VERIFICATION TEST .........................................................................................................................................................................................................................TABLE OF CONTENTS .........................................2 PRESSURE VERIFICATION PROCEDURE ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................5 DOWNLOADING M SERIES SERVICE CENTER TEST & SERVICE CENTER TOOLS SUITE SOFTWARE .....................................11 REPLACING THE LOWER BASE ASSEMBLY ...................................................................REPLACING THE THERAPY PCA ...................................................................................................... REV.........................................................18 REPLACING THE UPPER BASE ASSEMBLY.........................................................................................36 REPLACING THE ACCESSORY INTERFACE PCA (W / CABLE) ..............................................................7 CONNECTING THE M SERIES SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE TO A PC ..................................................37 REPLACING THE BOTTOM ENCLOSURE ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................14 HUMIDIFIER TESTING ......................................................................................38 ADDITIONAL RP KITS ............................................................42 HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACEMENT OVERVIEW ..................5 REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER INLET/OUTLET SEAL ....7 REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER TANK TOP .................... 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION PAGE 3 .........................................................................................................................20 DOWNLOADING THE RESPIRONICS M SERIES HEATED HUMIDIFIER SOFTWARE.......................................................................................12 REPLACING THE HEATER PLATE ASSEMBLY ..........................................................................................20 1032926.....................................................21 REPLACING THE KEYPAD AND/OR LCD..............9 REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER TANK TOP O-RING ...............28 REPLACING THE FLOW TUBE (REMSTAR M SERIES ONLY)..............................................................................................................................4 REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER TANK ......................1 REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS .....................................................12 CLEARING THE M SERIES DEVICE’S ERROR LOG ............................................................34 REPLACING THE POWER CABLE (HUMIDIFIER INTERFACE CONNECTOR).................................................................10 USING THE M SERIES SERVICE CENTER TOOLS SOFTWARE .....2 FINAL MANUAL TESTING FOR M SERIES CPAP AND BI-LEVEL DEVICES .....................................................................................................13 PERFORMING THE FINAL MANUAL TEST USING THE SERVICE CENTER TEST SOFTWARE .......................................16 REPLACING THE POWER CORD ..10 REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER TANK BOTTOM .............................................................................27 REPLACING THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY ......40 CLEANING AND DISINFECTING............23 REPLACING THE INTERNAL TOP CAP .....................................................................................................................11 CALIBRATING THE M SERIES SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE’S RTC ...................................................22 TESTING PRESSURE VERIFICATION ...............................3 TOOLS & EQUIPMENT ........................................5 EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR THE MANUAL SOFTWARE TEST ...........................................................................................3 REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER DOOR.....................................

..................TABLE OF CONTENTS M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1032926.........................23 M SERIES CPAP & BI-LEVEL DEVICE PRESSURE VERIFICATION DATA SHEET ..........................................USING THE M SERIES HUMIDIFIER TEST SOFTWARE.............................................................1 PAGE 4 ...................................................................1 M SERIES HEATED HUMIDIFIER SCHEMATICS PROPRIETARY STATEMENT ........................................27 M SERIES SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE SCHEMATICS PROPRIETARY STATEMENT .......................................................... REV...................................26 M SERIES HUMIDIFIER TEST DATA SHEET ............ 04 ..................

electrically-driven sleep apnea systems with electronic pressure control for the treatment of adult Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) only in spontaneously breathing patients weighing >66 lbs.INTRODUCTION CAUTION U.S. C-FLEX FEATURE M Series Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) sleep therapy devices (listed above) provide patients with the special comfort feature C-Flex. REV. references to the REMstar Auto M Series throughout this Service and Technical Information package include both the C-Flex and A-Flex models. M SERIES OVERVIEW The Respironics M Series sleep therapy devices are low-pressure. When enabled. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION INTRODUCTION .) REMstar® Plus M Series CPAP Device REMstar® Auto M Series CPAP Device (C-FlexTM and A-FlexTM Models) BiPAP® Plus M Series Bi-Level Device (no SmartCard) BiPAP® Auto M Series Bi-Level Device M Series Integrated Heated Humidifier NOTE There are two REMstar Auto M Series devices .REMstar Auto M Series with CFlex and REMstar Auto M Series with A-Flex. (>30 kg).S. M Series devices available at the time of publication of this Service & Technical Information package are listed as follows: • • • • • • • • REMstar® M Series CPAP Device (no SmartCard®) REMstar® Pro M Series CPAP Device REMstar® ProE M Series CPAP Device (not available in the Domestic U. C-Flex enhances patient comfort by providing pressure 1031209. This section provides an introduction to Respironics’ M Series family of sleep therapy products as well as contact and service training information.PAGE 1 . The M Series devices are intended to augment patient breathing by supplying pressurized air through a patient circuit. Unless specified. The device’s pressure controls are adjusted to deliver pressure support to the patient. federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.

04 . When A-Flex is enabled. AFlex is top limited at 20. A-FLEX FEATURE A-Flex is a special comfort feature that is only active if Auto-CPAP therapy is enabled. This assistance is provided by the administration of two levels of positive pressure.relief during the expiratory phase of breathing. REMstar Plus M Series. pressure is variably positive and always equal to or higher than the expiratory level. PAGE 2 . C-Flex levels of 1. The REMstar Pro M Series. NOTE • A-Flex must be enabled by the Home Care provider. the amount of pressure relief at the end of inhalation and at the beginning of exhalation is established. Bi-Flex "softens" the airflow in inhalation and exhalation. The BiPAP Auto M Series can also operate in Auto Bi-Level or Auto Bi-Level with Bi-Flex. NOTE The REMstar M Series is not equipped with C-Flex. 2. • A-Flex transitions from no A-Flex at 4.0 cm H2O pressure. making the patient’s breathing more comfortable. patient comfort is enhanced by a small amount of pressure relief during the latter stages of inspiration and during active exhalation (the beginning part of exhalation). The BiPAP Plus M Series can operate in either Bi-level mode or Bi-level with Bi-Flex®. and REMstar Auto M Series are equipped with C-Flex. 2. During inspiration. During exhalation. In the Bi-Flex mode. Patient-adjustable settings of 1.0 cm H2O to full A-Flex at 6 cm H2O. A-Flex levels of 1. or 3 provide progressively increased pressure relief. 2. REV. or 3 progressively reflect increased pressure relief. or 3 progressively reflect increased pressure relief. BI-LEVEL DEVICES The BiPAP Plus M Series and BiPAP Auto M Series bi-level devices sense the patient’s breathing effort by monitoring airflow in the patient circuit and adjust the output pressure to assist in inhalation and exhalation. pressure is variably positive or near ambient.INTRODUCTION M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031209.

PRODUCT OPERATING SOFTWARE UPGRADES Most Respironics products can be upgraded with the latest available software via an Internet connection and a Respironics SleepLink® cable. • The BiPAP Plus M Series devices is equipped with a Blank Accessory Module that must be removed from the inside of the device. REV. Connect this end of the SleepLink Cable to the serial port of a PC that has Internet access Insert this end of the SleepLink Cable into the SmartCard slot on the Respironics sleep therapy device you are upgrading. For such devices. (Refer to the following note. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION INTRODUCTION . 1031209.PAGE 3 . Refer to the Testing section of the Service & Technical Information package for additional information. IMPORTANT NOTES!!! • The REMstar M Series can not receive software upgrades without the use of a Respironics Multifunction Test Station.) FIGURE A: SLEEPLINK CABLE NOTE • The SmartCard connector on the end of the SleepLink Cable is removable. • The M Series devices that do not have a SmartCard slot require the use of an M Series SmartCard Accessory Module. Refer to the Sleep Therapy Device Repair & Replacement section of the Service and Technical Information package for more information. Some Respironics Sleep Therapy devices do not have a SmartCard slot. remove the SmartCard connector from the SleepLink Cable and connect to a PC via the DIN connector on the device.

REV. Click on the Service Software link.respironics.respironics. 2. In the event that you are unable to access this site.com.respironics.com. perform the following: 1. Log into http://my. log onto http://servicesoftware.com Login Here Service Software Link FIGURE B: DOWNLOADING OPERATING SOFTWARE PAGE 4 .You must be a registered user to download the M Series Service Center Test and Service Center Tools Suite software. go to http://my.com. Once you have access to download the software.com and complete the on-line registration process. to download Respironics service software. http://my. If you are not a registered user.respironics. NOTE Respironics service software is now available at http://my.INTRODUCTION M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031209. You will be granted same day access.respironics. 04 .

FIGURE C: SERVICE SOFTWARE MENU 1031209. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION INTRODUCTION .PAGE 5 . Select “Product Operating Updates” from the drop-down menu.3. REV.

Choose the Save option if you wish to copy the software to a CD ROM and install it on other PCs. or click on Save to download the software and save it to a specific location on your PC. Click on the “Download” button adjacent to REMstar M Series. FIGURE D: OPERATING SOFTWARE UPGRADES NOTE The REMstar M Series Upgrade software is part of the Service Center Tools Suite. NOTE Clicking on “Run” installs the software onto your PC. 04 . The REMstar M Series upgrade software downloads to the Respironics folder in your Windows® Start Menu. 5. The program will be accessible from the Respironics folder in your Windows Start menu.INTRODUCTION M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031209.4. Click on Run to install the software on your PC. PAGE 6 . REV.

04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION INTRODUCTION . • Remember to periodically log onto http://my. open Service Center Tools from the Respironics folder in your Windows® Start Menu. then select “M Series Upgrade Software and Set Phone-in Compliance Bit”.To upgrade M Series devices. REV. Refer to the “Testing” section of this Service & Technical Information package for additional information.respironics. FIGURE E: UPGRADING M SERIES DEVICES NOTE • Respironics recommends that you use the Service Center Tools software to Clear the device’s error log. Refer to Figure E.com and check for software upgrades.PAGE 7 . 1031209.

Training includes complete disassembly of the device. and Canada Phone:1-800-345-6443 Fax: 1-800-886-0245 International Phone: 1-724-387-4000 Fax: 1-724-387-5012 PAGE 8 . troubleshooting subassemblies and components.com Phone: (724) 755-8220 Fax: (724) 755-8230 PRODUCT SUPPORT STATEMENT For product support. contact the Service Marketing department at: E-mail: service. and necessary safety testing. Only trained and qualified personnel should repair these products. SERVICE TRAINING Respironics offers service training for the M Series products. U.INTRODUCTION M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031209.S. please contact Respironics Customer Satisfaction. For more information. REV.operations@respironics. 04 .SERVICE NOTICE The M Series products are designed so that trained Service Technicians can perform repair and testing procedures.A.

REV. invalidate the warranty. 01 PAGE 1 . or cleaning solutions. CAUTIONS.WARNINGS. CAUTION Cautions indicate the possibility of damage to equipment. the oxygen flow must be turned off when the device is not in use. • Perform Service procedures only in an ESD-protected environment. NOTE Notes are used to emphasize a characteristic or important consideration. oxygen-enriched environments. conditions that may result in equipment or property damage. • If oxygen is used with this device. • Never use an extension cord with the power supply. and notes are used throughout this manual to identify possible safety hazards. • This device is not intended for life support. • Do not immerse this device in water. & NOTES Warnings. or result in costly damage. and important information that must be considered when performing service and testing procedures on Respironics’ M Series sleep therapy products. 1031210.WARNINGS. or nitrous oxide. • Repairs and adjustments must be performed by Respironics-authorized service personnel only. CAUTIONS. Unauthorized service could cause injury. & NOTES M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . solvents. • Do not service M Series products in the presence of flammable anesthetics or other flammable substances in combination with air. WARNING Warnings indicate the possibility of injury to people. WARNINGS WARNINGS • Use only accessories provided by Respironics with this device. Please read this section carefully before servicing Respironics’ M Series sleep therapy products. cautions.

• Do not place liquids on or near the device. • If this device has been exposed to either very hot or very cold temperatures. NOTES NOTE Please refer to the M Series Device’s Provider and User Manuals for additional Warnings. allow it to adjust to room temperature before starting therapy. & NOTES M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031210. Cautions. PAGE 2 .CAUTIONS CAUTIONS • Perform the functional checkout at regular intervals. REV. Notes.WARNINGS. • The device may only be operated at temperatures between 5° C (41° F) and 35° C (95° F). 01 . and Operating Instructions. CAUTIONS.

PAGE 1 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . REV. NOTE 1 hPa = 1 cm H2O 1031211. 04 SPECIFICATIONS & CLASSIFICATIONS .SPECIFICATIONS & CLASSIFICATIONS INTRODUCTION This chapter identifies the classifications and specifications of the following M Series Sleep Therapy devices: • • • • • • • REMstar M Series CPAP Device REMstar Pro M Series CPAP Device REMstar ProE M Series CPAP Device REMstar Plus M Series CPAP Device REMstar Auto M Series CPAP Device (C-Flex and A-Flex models) BIPAP Plus M Series Bi-level Device BIPAP Auto M Series Bi-level Device NOTE The REMstar M Series is not equipped with a Sensor PCA or the C-Flex comfort feature.

0 kg) without humidifier Standards Compliance • IEC 60601-1 General Requirements for Safety of Medical Electrical Equipment • EN ISO 17510-1 Sleep Apnea Breathing Therapy Devices Electrical 100-240VAC.5 increments Devices) <10 hPa (<10 cm H2O) ±0. and Pmax set to 10.54 kPascals. 1.9 cm) Approx.2 lbs. 50/60 Hz.0 to 20. 2nd edition Operating Characteristics 4. (1. 2/3. 12 VDC. 04 . AC Power Consumption DC Power Consumption Type of Protection Against Class II Electric Shock Degree of Protection Against Electric Shock Degree of Protection Against Ingress of Water AC Power Supply (Reorder number 1015642) Mode of Operation Electromagnetic Compatibility Pressure Output (CPAP Devices) Type BF Applied Part Drip Proof. and an atmospheric pressure of 101.SPECIFICATIONS Environmental Temperature Humidity Atmospheric Pressure Elevation Dimensions Weight This device is designed to conform to the following standards Operating: 41 °F to 95 °F (5 °C to 35 °C) Storage: -4 °F to 140 °F (-20 °C to 60 °C) Operating & Storage: 15-95% (non-condensing) 77-101 kPa (0 to 7500 ft. • Measured in accordance with EN ISO 17510-1 @ 1/3. REV.5 >10-20 hPa (>10-20 cm H2O) ±1.5 increments Pressure Output (Bi-level 4. IPX1 Continuous The device meets the requirements of EN 60601-1-2.0 Pressure Stability with Auto Altitude Control • Dynamic pressure accuracy is measured at the patient end of the circuit with a Whisper Swivel II and varying flow conditions. IPX1 Drip Proof.SPECIFICATIONS & CLASSIFICATIONS M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031211. PAGE 2 . 50% RH (±5%).0 A max.0 to 25.0 x 12.5”(L) × 5.0” (W) × 3. (0 to 2286 m) Physical 7. 2.0 cm H2O) in 0.125” (H) (19. [0 to 2286 m]) 0 to 7500 ft.0 cm H2O) in 0.7 x 7.0 to 20.0 A Max.0 hPa (4.0 to 25.0 hPa (4. 15. and 20 BPM @ 68 °F ±3 °F (20° C [±2° C]). 3.

54 kPascals. 1031211. and 20 BPM @ 23° C (±2° C).0 hPa (4. The rise time setting should be adjusted according to the patient comfort level.0 cm H2O) 4.0 hPa (4. 15.5 from static setpoint* to 25.35 LPM Maximum Flow • Measured in accordance with EN ISO 17510-1 @ 1/3.0 to 25. Ramp Duration 0 to 45 minutes ± 10% of setting 0 to 3 ±25% Rise Time** (Bi-level devices) **Rise time settings are adjustable by the patient and the provider from 0 (off) to 3. Rise time varies from 150 msec to 400 msec dependent on patient setting and the pressure differential from IPAP to EPAP.0 ± 0. and an atmospheric pressure of 101.0 ± 0.PAGE 3 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . 04 SPECIFICATIONS & CLASSIFICATIONS . and Pmax with BPM set to 10.0 to 25. 2/3. Parameter IPAP Range Accuracy 4.5 from static setpoint* to 25. 50% RH (±5%). REV.0 cm H2O) Bi-level device Control Accuracy EPAP *Measured at the patient end of the circuit with a Whisper Swivel II exhalation device and no patient flow.

04 . RF emissions CISPR 11 Harmonic emissions IEC 61000-3-2 Voltage fluctuations/ flicker emissions IEC 61000-3-3 Class B Class A Complies PAGE 4 . service. Therefore.ELECTROMAGNETIC EMISSIONS This device is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. its RF emissions are very low and are not likely to cause any interference in nearby electronic equipment.ELECTROMAGNETIC EMISSIONS EMISSIONS TEST RF emissions CISPR 11 COMPLIANCE Group 1 ELECTROMAGNETIC ENVIRONMENT GUIDANCE The device uses RF energy only for its internal function. The device is suitable for use in all establishments. and testing of the device should be performed in such an environment. GUIDANCE & MANUFACTURER ’S DECLARATION . Use. including domestic establishments and those directly connected to the public low-voltage power supply network. REV.SPECIFICATIONS & CLASSIFICATIONS M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031211.

it is recommended that the device be powered from an uninterruptible power supply or a battery. short interruptions. 04 SPECIFICATIONS & CLASSIFICATIONS . service. Use. Power frequency magnetic fields should be at levels characteristic of a typical location in a typical hospital or home environment.ELECTROMAGNETIC IMMUNITY IMMUNITY TEST Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) IEC 61000-4-2 IEC 60601 TEST LEVEL ±6 kV contact ±8 kV air COMPLIANCE ±6 kV contact ±8 kV air EMC ENVIRONMENT GUIDANCE Floors should be wood.5 cycle 40% UT (60% dip in UT) for 5 cycles 70% UT (30% dip in UT) for 25 cycles <5% UT (>95% dip in UT) for 5 sec ±2 kV for supply mains ±1 kV for I/O lines ±1 kV differential mode ±2 kV common mode <5% UT (>95% dip in UT) for 0. or ceramic tile. If the user of the device requires continued operation during power mains interruptions. Mains power quality should be that of a typical home or hospital environment. If floors are covered with synthetic material. and voltage variations on power supply input lines IEC 61000-4-11 ±2 kV for power supply lines ±1 kV for I/O lines ±1 kV Differential Mode ±2 kV common mode <5% UT (>95% dip in UT) for 0. concrete. REV. and testing of the device should be performed in such an environment. Mains power quality should be that of a typical home or hospital environment.5 cycle 40% UT (60% dip in UT) for 5 cycles 70% UT (30% dip in UT) for 25 cycles <5% UT (>95% dip in UT) for 5 sec Power frequency (50/60 Hz) magnetic field IEC 61000-4-8 3 A/m 3 A/m NOTE: UT is the AC mains voltage prior to application of the test level. GUIDANCE & MANUFACTURER ’S DECLARATION .PAGE 5 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . Mains power quality should be that of a typical home or hospital environment. the relative humidity should be at least 30%.ELECTROMAGNETIC IMMUNITY This device is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. 1031211. Electrical fast Transient/burst IEC 61000-4-4 Surge IEC 61000-4-5 Voltage dips.

REV.ELECTROMAGNETIC IMMUNITY IMMUNITY TEST IEC 60601 TEST LEVEL COMPLIANCE EMC ENVIRONMENT GUIDANCE Portable and mobile RF communications equipment should be used no closer to any part of the device. the device should be observed to verify normal operation. Recommended separation distance: Conducted RF IEC 61000-4-6 Radiated RF IEC 61000-4-3 3Vrms 150 kHz to 80 MHz 3 V/m 80 MHz to 2.b Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment marked with the following symbol: NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz. such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land mobile radios. NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. and people.5 GHz P = maximum output power rating transmitter in watts (W) according transmitter manufacturer and d recommended separation distance in (m).GUIDANCE & MANUFACTURER ’S DECLARATION . objects. amateur radio.5 GHz 3 Vrms d = 1. To assess the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters. 04 .SPECIFICATIONS & CLASSIFICATIONS M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031211.3 P 800 MHz to 2. a Field strengths from fixed transmitters. Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz. such as reorienting or relocating the device. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from structures.a should be less than the compliance level in each frequency range.2 P 80 MHz to 800 MHz of the to the = the meters d = 2. b PAGE 6 . additional measures may be necessary. than the recommended separation distance calculated from the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter. the higher frequency range applies. as determined by an electromagnetic site survey. the field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.2 P 3 V/m d = 1. If abnormal performance is observed. If the measured field strength in the location in which the device is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above. including cables. an electromagnetic site survey should be considered. Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters. AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy.

RECOMMENDED SEPARATION DISTANCES BETWEEN PORTABLE & MOBILE RF COMMUNICATIONS AND THE M SERIES BASE PLATFORM SLEEP THERAPY DEVICES
This device is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled. Electromagnetic interference may be prevented by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communications equipment (transmitters) and this device as recommended in the table below, according to the maximum output power of the communications equipment.

RATED MAXIMUM POWER OUTPUT OF TRANSMITTER (W)

SEPARATION DISTANCE ACCORDING TO FREQUENCY OF TRANSMITTER (m)
150 kHz to 80 MHz d = 1.2 P 80 MHz to 800 MHz d = 1.2 P 0.12 0.38 1.2 3.8 12 800 MHz to 2.5GHz d = 2.3 P 0.23 0.73 2.3 7.3 23

0.01 0.1 1 10 100

0.12 0.38 1.2 3.8 12

For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in meters (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer. Note 1: At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies. Note 2: These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects, and people.

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THEORY OF OPERATION
NOTE
The following M Series devices are equipped with a Sensor PCA:

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REMstar Pro M Series REMstar Plus M Series REMstar Auto M Series BiPAP Plus M Series BiPAP Auto M Series

INTRODUCTION
This chapter describes the operation of the M Series Sensor Board Printed Circuit Assembly (PCA). Operation of the various circuits on the board are explained. Also included are the specifications for the inputs and outputs of the board.

REAL-TIME CLOCK
The Real-time Clock on the Sensor Board is the source of time for the M Series sleep therapy devices. It takes advantage of Timer 1 on the PIC16LF818 and its ability to run while the rest of the processor is in sleep mode.

CRYSTAL
The Real-time Clock uses a 32.768kHz crystal attached to the Timer 1 oscillator ports on the PIC. This is a common watch crystal frequency because 2^15 cycles equals one second. A crystal specified with ±20ppm accuracy rating and 12.5pf load capacitance is used. Based on experimental testing, capacitors C4 and C5 have been set at 15pf to get accurate timekeeping. Reducing those capacitors will make the clock run faster, while increasing those capacitors will make the clock run slower.

BATTERY
When the +5V system voltage is present, the PIC runs in an active state from that supply. When the +5V system voltage is not present, the PIC software shuts down most of it functions and enters sleep mode. The Real-time Clock on Timer 1 will continue to run off of a 3V lithium coin style battery. CR1 is a dual package common cathode Schottky diode used for steering between the supply voltage, when present, and the battery. Reverse leakage of the diode must be less than 1% of the battery capacity for the expected lifetime because reverse charging currents may reduce the life of the battery. (1% * 235 mAh) / (8760 h/year * 5 years) = 53.7 nA. R21 is required by UL to limit the reverse charging current to prevent a safety hazard in the event that the diode fails. Current must be limited to 25mA. J2 is a two pin header that allows the battery to be soldered to the circuit board but remain disconnected from the circuit before the PIC is programmed and properly reset. Before a proper reset, the current draw of the PIC is large and will drain the battery prematurely. A shunt is placed on the header to connect the battery after it has been programmed and is verified to be operating correctly. The shunt is installed for the operating life of the board.

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THEORY OF OPERATION - PAGE 1

The sense resistors are the bottom half of a resistive bridge. and could cause a shift in the offset voltage if the PWM were not buffered. PRESSURE SENSOR FOR PRESSURE CONTROL The custom version pressure sensor is a gauge style sensor which is amplified.128 LPM of flow. REV. and temperature compensated. A calibration table is calculated and then the data is populated into a lookup table. and calculate the actual flow. the PIC will adjust the duty cycle of the PWM so that the output of the flow sensor amplifier is at mid-scale of the PIC A/D converter input. nominally 2. This bases the pulse width modulation (PWM) voltage directly on the +5V supply instead of the Vdd supply on the PIC.THEORY OF OPERATION M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031212. AMPLIFIER The bridge output of the flow sensor goes into an INA321 instrumentation amplifier. The bridge output voltage is then an indicator of the mass airflow through the sensor. AUTO NULL Offset error is achieved by applying an appropriate voltage into the reference input of the instrumentation amplifier U2 so that at zero flow. A nominal gain of approximately 24. calibrated.FLOW SENSOR The flow sensor is used in a bypass configuration where a flow element in the main air path creates a small pressure drop so that a portion of the airflow will travel through the sensor.5V (half of the 5V supply). The PIC uses a PWM output to create a square wave of approximately 4kHz. The calibration procedure involves applying known flow rates to the sensor board and reading out the raw A/D counts. over the entire range of flow sensor variability. PAGE 2 . The circuit used includes the addition of Q2. CALIBRATION The Sensor Board must be calibrated in order to provide accurate flow measurements. while allowing enough range to measure at least +/. 02 . A level shifting OR gate is used to buffer the square wave. The heater resistors are kept at about 160 °C above ambient temperature by the heater control circuit. perform a linear interpolation between points in the lookup table. the PIC will take the raw A/D counts measured from the flow sensor and amplifier. which is used to increase the drive capability of the op amp. HEATER The flow sensor operates by airflow transferring heat between heated resistors and sense resistors.7 provides the most resolution in the flow signal. The reference input of this amplifier provides a simple means for adding the auto null offset value directly to the amplified flow signal. the voltage being read at the A/D of the PIC is at mid-scale. The PWM value is maintained at a fixed value once the blower is started or a patient begins breathing into the device. which is a diode drop below +5V supply. The voltage drop across the diode will vary with temperature. During regular use. The table is then programmed into the Sensor Board PIC. The square wave is filtered with an RC network and buffered with gate B of op amp U1 to create the DC voltage for the reference. When the blower is not running and the signal from the flow sensor is stable.

SENSOR CALIBRATION The pressure sensor calibrated prior to installation. the PIC performs a mathematical auto null for the pressure sensor. so it will record the raw A/D value as the zero pressure point. so the DC level of the Snore Signal is half-scale. During regular use. When the blower is not running and the signal from the flow sensor is stable. PRESSURE SENSOR FOR SNORE DETECTION The compensated output is sampled too slowly and has too little resolution to be used to detect snores.5V reference created by R11 and R12. and then programmed into the Sensor Board PIC. an INA321 instrumentation amplifier. a 16 bit microcontroller. When the blower is on.5V at -5 hPa (-5 cm H2O) and 4. and an 11 bit D/A converter. AMPLIFIER AND DC REMOVAL The bridge output of the pressure sensor goes into U5. the PIC will take the raw A/D counts. The sensor is calibrated to output 0. AUTO NULL The analog voltage output of the sensor goes directly into an A/D channel of the PIC. A nominal gain of approximately 24. The ASIC has a sampling rate of approximately 10ms and the analog output has a resolution of approximately 3 mV. and temperature compensated voltage output by combining a resistive bridge style silicon sensing element and an ASIC. This calibration will compensate for any changes that have occurred to the sensor during the assembly process or any mechanical strain on the sensor from mounting it on the circuit board. perform a linear interpolation between points in the lookup table. 1031212. This would eliminate any potential errors from the D/A of the ASIC and the A/D of the PIC.SENSOR PLUS ASIC The sensor provides an amplified.5V. access to the actual resistive bridge is provided by the sensor’s vendor. The ASIC has a digital interface available so that the pressure values can be read directly. It adjusts its output. and setting the DC level to approximately 1. Therefore. This data is populated into a lookup table. and calculate the actual pressure. gate B provides the DC removal. AC signals can pass through C15 so that they will not be removed. BOARD CALIBRATION After the sensor is installed on the Sensor Board. The A/D input on the Therapy Board is referenced to 3V. REV. calibrated. It assumes there is zero pressure. three different pressures are measured at two different temperatures. 02 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION THEORY OF OPERATION .9Hz. The reference input of this amplifier provides a simple means for removing the DC component of the signal. Op amp U3. The ASIC consists of a 12 bit analog/digital (A/D) converter.0 V. The ASIC also senses chip temperature so that it can compensate the pressure value for temperature effects.5V at 40 hPa (40 cm H2O) when the supply voltage is 5.PAGE 3 . which goes into the reference input of U5 so that the output of U5 is equal to the approximate 1. there is a board level calibration. The calibration procedure involves applying known pressures to the sensor board and reading out the raw A/D counts. the PIC will subtract the offset value that it has stored. For each sensor. The results are used to calculate seven coefficients for the correction calculation. The cutoff frequency for R10 and C15 is provided by the formula 1/(2πRC) or 15.7 will provide the largest signal level while allowing enough range to remove the DC component of the signal across the expected variations in sensor sensitivity.

REV. except for the real-time clock when +5V is not present. To be within the specified limits of the pressure sensor. PAGE 4 . COMMUNICATIONS CHANNEL The PIC communicates with the device therapy board by way of an SPI bus. so the snore output is provided as an analog signal.5V DC level. There are also two reset signals available. gate A along with R13 and R27 provide a gain of 49. The amplified AC signal rides on an approximately 1. Transistor Q1 is used to provide an open collector. The sensor board creates the +5V supply from the +8V supply with a linear regulator. calibration data.9 while maintaining the approximate 1. POWER SUPPLIES The Sensor Board circuitry requires a +5V supply and a +8V supply. One called Therapy Reset is used as a piece of information by the PIC software for the decision when to transition from sleep mode to active mode.5VDC offset. Op amp U3. OTHER I/O The sensor board requires two voltage supplies and ground. C16 in parallel with R13 provides a low pass filter to remove higher frequencies. clock data.5V. so that the supply divided down by R19 and R30 will not exceed Vdd of the PIC. The +8V supply must be greater than 7.THEORY OF OPERATION M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031212. The PIC looks for any edge on this signal as an indication to wake up. and other information to and from the Therapy PCA. the same +5V supply will be used at time of calibration and during normal operation of the device. for each sensor board. This will ensure that.AMPLIFIER AND LPF The output of U5 is then amplified again to create a large enough signal for detecting snores. RESETS There are two reset lines coming into the Sensor Board. 02 . The nominal signal level is 568mV per hPa (cm H2O) of pressure. The SPI Bus is the means for transferring sensor data. The +8V is required for the flow sensor heater circuit. SPI BUS The PIC has a built in SPI port for communications. The second line is called Sensor Reset. The rest of the board runs on +5V. It can be used by the Therapy Processor to reset the Sensor Processor as a final action when the Therapy Processor can not communicate with the Sensor Processor. The amplified snore signal is output in analog form to the therapy board. This signal is active high. ANALOG SNORE OUTPUT The Sensor Processor does not have the processing capacity to run snore detection software.25V. the +5V supply must be between 4.3V to supply enough voltage to the flow sensor heater under worst case conditions. active low reset signal to the ~MCLR pin on the PIC. The cutoff frequency for R13 and C16 is provided by the formula 1/(2πRC) or 319Hz. This bus requires 5V signaling levels because the PIC runs off of 5V when the unit is powered up. It should be less than 8.75 and 5.

5 V max Not connected.DEBUG PORT A connector on the board allows the connection of a Microchip MPLAB ICD 2 In-Circuit Debugger that can be used for programming and debugging the PIC. minimum 2 us pulse width SS SDO SDI SCK GND Snore Analog Output GND ~Therapy Reset. LIST OF CONNECTORS TABLE 1: J1 DEBUG CONNECTOR Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Pin 5 VPP/~MCLR VDD GND PGD PGC TABLE 2: J2 BATTERY ENABLE (FOR A SHUNT TO ENABLE BATTERY POWER) Pin 1 Pin 2 Battery positive terminal CR1. 8. 4. REV. active high. 40 mA max. 7. 5. 13-17 mA typical.PAGE 5 .25 V max Sensor Reset. edge triggered No Connect 1031212. and U4 Vdd TABLE 3: J3 CONNECTION TO THERAPY PCA Pin 1 Pin 2 Pin 3 Pin 4 Pin 5 Pin 6 Pin 7 Pin 8 Pin 9 Pin 10 pin 11 Pin 12 +8V input.75 V min.3 V min. This connector will not be used during normal operation of the device. 02 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION THEORY OF OPERATION . Reserved for +5V input.

The 100Ω resistor on the sensor board will pull this signal toward ground.THEORY OF OPERATION M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031212. Table 4 includes the components not installed on the Pressureless Sensor Board: TABLE 4: COMPONENTS NOT INSTALLED ON PRESSURELESS SENSOR BOARD MT2 U5 U3 R8 R9 C15 R10 R11 R12 C20 R27 R13 C16 R16 C18 Pressure sensor Instrumentation Amp Op Amp 80.9kΩ 0.0 V).5 V) of Vref (3.5kΩ 8.6kΩ 20.0kΩ 49. REV. PAGE 6 .01 microfarad 100Ω 0.1 microfarad A 100Ω resistor may be installed at R33 on the pressureless sensor board as a “hardware” indicator to the therapy board that the pressure sensor is not installed.66kΩ 0.PRESSURELESS SENSOR BOARD Some M Series units do not need a pressure sensor. a 100kΩresistor pulls this signal toward the midpoint (nominally 1.1 microfarad 1.0 microfarad 10kΩ 20.5kΩ 1. 02 . On the therapy board.

COMPONENTS CRITICAL TO QUALITY The following components on the Sensor board are considered critical to quality: TABLE 5: CRITICAL COMPONENTS MT1 B1 MT2 XFT U4 Y1 Flow Sensor Battery Pressure Sensor Flow Tube Assembly PIC Microcontroller 32.PAGE 7 . 02 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION THEORY OF OPERATION .768kHz Crystal 1031212. REV.

02 . REV.THEORY OF OPERATION M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031212.ERROR CODES The following M Series device error codes relate to the sensor board: TABLE 6: ERROR CODES RELATING TO THE SENSOR BOARD 005 006 009 022 023 024 026 027 028 030 032 035 037 040 062 070 081 ERR_RTC_DRIFT ERR_PRESSURE_SENSOR_ABSENT ERR_FLOW_SENSOR_ABSENT ERR_SENSOR_TIMEOUT_RESET ERR_SENSOR_TIMEOUT_REBOOT ERR_SENSOR_STATUS_TIMEOUT_STOP ERR_RTC_VALUE ERR_RTC_CHECKSUM ERR_FLOW_SENSOR_PWM_REBOOT ERR_SENSOR_RX_REBOOT ERR_SENSOR_REQUEST_OVERRUN ERR_FLOWOFFSET_STOP ERR_PRESSUREOFFSET_STOP ERR_SENSOR_TABLE_CHECKSUM ERR_RTC_STOPPED ERR_SENSOR_BOARD_ABSENT ERR_SENSOR_HANDLER_OVERRUN PAGE 8 .

INTRODUCTION This section provides instructions for supplying power to the device and accessing the User and Provider menu modes. references to the REMstar Auto M Series throughout this Service and Technical Information package include both the C-Flex and A-Flex models.SETUP NOTE Please refer to the appropriate M Series Provider and/or User Manual for additional information. NOTE There are two REMstar Auto M Series devices . Unless specified. REV.PAGE 1 .REMstar Auto M Series with CFlex and REMstar Auto M Series with A-Flex. 1031254. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM SETUP .

04 . as shown in Figure A. CAUTION If the device has been exposed to either very hot or very cold temperatures. FIGURE A: CONNECTING THE POWER CORD TO THE POWER SUPPLY 2. 3. as shown in Figure B. REV. 1. Plug the socket end of the AC power cord into the power supply. Plug the power supply cord’s connector into the power inlet on the back of the device.SYSTEM SETUP M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031254. WARNING This device is activated when the power cord is connected.APPLYING POWER TO THE DEVICE The device can be powered using either alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC). AC POWER Complete the following steps to operate the device using AC power. allow it to adjust to room temperature before beginning the following setup procedures. PAGE 2 . Plug the pronged end of the AC power cord into an electrical outlet that is not controlled by a wall switch. Pressing the Start/Stop button turns the airflow on or off.

Refer to the instructions supplied with the DC power cord and adapter cable for information on how to operate the device using DC power. DC POWER The Respironics DC Power Cord (Reorder Number 1001956) can be used to operate this device in a stationary recreational vehicle. the device should not be used while the vehicle’s engine is running. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM SETUP .PAGE 3 . or motor home. WARNING To remove AC power. REV. disconnect the power supply cord from the electrical outlet. Replace a damaged power cord immediately. • Only use a Respironics DC Power Cord and Battery Adapter Cable. WARNING Inspect the power cord often for any signs of damage. Use of any other system may cause damage to the device or vehicle. boat. CAUTION • When DC power is obtained from a vehicle battery. when used with the DC Power Cord.FIGURE B: CONNECTING THE POWER SUPPLY CORD TO THE DEVICE 4. 1031254. Damage to the vehicle or the device may occur. Ensure that all connections are secure. The Respironics DC Battery Adapter Cable (Reorder Number 532209). enables the device to be operated from a 12VDC free-standing battery.

7 and 30 day averages for Therapy Usage and Session > 4). Apnea/Hypopnea Index Screen (if enabled in provider mode) . PAGE 4 . NOTE • Summary data can be reset by pressing the minus button for more than five seconds when in the “Therapy Usage” screen in Provider Mode. 90% Therapy Pressure Screen (if enabled in provider mode) . NOTE Blower hours in the provider menu cannot be reset. The 90% pressure is the pressure at which the patient spent 90% of the session time at or below. 04 . • Software upgrade will reset device. • • • • • Total Sessions – Patient breathing detected for greater than four hours without a break greater than 1 hour during this period of time.Displays the patient’s Apnea/ Hypopnea index (AHI) for the last 7 and 30 days. press the left or right arrow key when the device is powered on and the Standby screen is displayed. This will erase all other patient therapy statistics (i. (BiPAP Auto M Series only) System Leak Screen (if enabled in provider mode) .MODES PATIENT/SUMMARY DATA SCREENS To view Patient/Summary Data screens.Displays a 7-day and 30-day average of the system leak history for the device in liters per minute (LPM). Existing patient statistic information will be erased.SYSTEM SETUP M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031254. Provider Mode Standby Screen Data Setup + User Mode Standby Screen Setup + FIGURE C: STANDBY SCREENS Depending on the type of device. REV.Displays a 7-day and 30-day average of the 90% pressure used by the Patient. Compliance Check – Number generated by the device that Encore Pro uses to verify that the information provided by the patient is accurate.e. the following may be displayed: • • Therapy Hours – Number of hours the Blower is on and patient breathing is detected since last reset.. It shows the total number of blower hours on the device for all patients. Blower Hours – Number of hours the Blower is on since last reset.

AND BIPAP AUTO M SERIES NOTE The “Flex” button is present on the following M Series sleep therapy devices: BiPAP Auto M Series (“Bi-Flex” is printed on the button) The “Flex” button is not present on the REMstar M Series sleep therapy device.PAGE 5 . BIPAP PLUS M SERIES. REV. REMSTAR AUTO M SERIES. REMSTAR PLUS M SERIES.USER MODE User Mode is the default mode when the device is powered on. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM SETUP . Previous Screen Button Decrease Button Next Screen Button Increase Button Start/Stop Button Ramp Button Flex Button (refer to the note below) FIGURE D: CONTROL PANEL (REMSTAR PRO M SERIES. • • • • • REMstar Pro M Series (“C-Flex” is printed on the button) REMstar Plus M Series (“C-Flex” is printed on the button) REMstar Auto M Series (“C-Flex” or “Flex” is printed on the button) BiPAP Plus M Series (“Bi-Flex” is printed on the button) 1031254.

BiPAP Plus M Series.Previous Screen Button Decrease Button Next Screen Button Increase Button Ramp Button Start/Stop Button FIGURE E: REMSTAR M SERIES AND REMSTAR PROE M SERIES CONTROL PANEL NAVIGATING THE USER MODE SCREENS To navigate the User Mode display screens: 1. REMstar Plus M Series. REV. Use the Next Screen button to advance and the Previous Screen button to go back. 2. The following settings can be modified when in User Mode: • • • • • • C-Flex. 4. REMstar Plus M Series. REMstar Plus M Series. BiPAP Plus M Series. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION Additionally. and BiPAP Auto M Series]) FOSQ questions (if SmartCard is installed [REMstar Pro M Series. User Mode is the default mode when power is applied to the device. 3. and BiPAP Auto M Series]) Therapy usage hours Number of sessions greater than four hours Summary Data Compliance Check 1031254. or A-Flex setting (if enabled by the provider [REMstar Pro M Series.SYSTEM SETUP . Press the + button. and BiPAP Auto M Series]) Altitude Ramp starting pressure Mask disconnect alert (enable/disable [REMstar Pro M Series. BiPAP Plus M Series. REMstar Auto M Series. Apply power to the device. REMstar Auto M Series. the following data can be viewed when in User Mode: • • • • PAGE 6 . REMstar Plus M Series. REMstar Auto M Series. Bi-Flex. BiPAP Plus M Series. Use the Decrease and Increase buttons to adjust the settings on the Setup screens. and BiPAP Auto M Series]) Auto-Off (enable/disable [REMstar Pro M Series. REMstar Auto M Series.

If in Auto mode) Patient Reminder (REMstar Pro M Series.PROVIDER MODE The following settings can be modified when in Provider Mode: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Therapy Mode (Max) IPAP (BiPAP Auto M Series only . REMstar Auto M Series. REMstar Plus M Series. REMstar Plus M Series. AND REMSTAR AUTO M SERIES) 1031254. and BiPAP Auto M Series) Altitude adjustment setting (REMstar M Series and REMstar Plus M Series) Fine pressure adjustment setting Ramp time setting Ramp starting pressure Mask disconnect alert (enable/disable [REMstar Pro M Series. BiPAP Plus M Series.PAGE 7 . REV.Max if in Auto Bi-LEvel Mode) (Min) EPAP (BiPAP Auto M Series only . REMstar Plus M Series. and REMstar Auto M Series) Flex setting (REMstar Pro M Series. REMSTAR PLUS M SERIES.Min if in Auto Bi-LEvel Mode) Max Pressure Support (BiPAP Plus M Series and BiPAP Auto M Series . REMstar Plus M Series.If in Auto Bi-LEvel Mode) Pressure setting (REMstar Pro M Series. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM SETUP . and REMstar Auto M Series]) Split Night Time (REMstar Auto M Series and BiPAP Auto M Series . REMstar Plus M Series. and REMstar Auto M Series]) Auto-off setting (enable/disable [REMstar Pro M Series. and REMstar Auto M Series) Therapy usage hours Number of sessions greater than four hours Blower hours Simultaneously Hold Down These Buttons While Applying Power to Access Provider Mode Additionally. the following data can be viewed when in Provider Mode: Previous Screen Button Decrease Button Next Screen Button Increase Button Press this Button to Exit Provider Mode and Enter User Mode FIGURE F: ACCESSING PROVIDER MODE (REMSTAR PRO M SERIES.

To prevent patients from tampering with the settings. Data Setup + Press Press + Press Therapy Mode Press CPAP Patient Reminder Off 90 180 270 365 CPAP Pressure 10. 04 . 2.SYSTEM SETUP M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031254. Use the Next Screen button to advance and the Previous Screen button to go back. simultaneously hold down the Previous Screen and Next Screen buttons while applying power to the device.0 cmH2O FIGURE G: REMSTAR PRO M SERIES PROVIDER MODE SETUP SCREENS PAGE 8 . NAVIGATING THE PROVIDER MODE SCREENS To access Provider Mode. Use the Decrease and Increase buttons to adjust the settings on the Setup screens. To navigate the Provider Mode display screens: 1. REV. Always refer to the Provider Manual for the device with which you are working if you need additional information on menu navigation.NOTE Provider Mode unlocks additional settings that are not available to the patient. do not reveal the directions to access the Provider Mode screens.0 cmH2O Show AHI/Leak Feature: ON C-Flex Setting off 1 2 3 Auto Off Ramp Time Feature: OFF 0:25 Min Mask Alert Ramp Start Pres Feature: OFF 4.

0 cmH2O Ramp Time -1.Data Setup + Press Press + Therapy Mode CPAP Press Press Patient Reminder Off 90 180 270 365 CPAP Pressure 15. Adj 4. REV.2 cmH2O 0:25 FIGURE H: REMSTAR PLUS M SERIES PROVIDER MODE SETUP SCREENS 1031254.0 cmH2O Auto Off C-Flex Setting Feature: ON off 1 2 3 Mask Alert Altitude Feature: ON 1 2 3 Ramp Start Pres Fine Pres. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM SETUP .PAGE 9 .

04 . REV.+ Press + Press x PAP CPAP Press cm H2O 0 90 180 270 365 15.SYSTEM SETUP M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031254.0 cmH2O AHI-LPM 0 1 0:25 0 1 4.0 cmH2O 0 1 FIGURE I: REMSTAR PROE M SERIES PROVIDER MODE SETUP SCREENS PAGE 10 .

Auto Off C-Flex Setting Feature: OFF off 1 2 3 Note: Will display “Autoramp Time” if Auto-CPAP therapy is enabled. Note: Only appears if Auto-CPAP therapy is enabled. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM SETUP .Data Setup + Press Press + Therapy Mode CPAP Press AUTO Press Patient Reminder Off 90 180 270 365 CPAP Pressure 10.PAGE 11 .0 cmH2O Note: Will display “Autoramp” if Auto-CPAP therapy is enabled. 0:25 Min 4. REV.0 cmH2O Note: Only appears if CPAP therapy is enabled.0 cmH2O Note: Only appears if Auto-CPAP therapy is enabled. FIGURE J: REMSTAR AUTO M SERIES PROVIDER MODE SETUP SCREENS (C-FLEX MODEL) 1031254. Show AHI/Leak Feature: ON Auto: Max 10. Mask Alert Ramp Time Feature: OFF Ramp Start Pr.0 cmH2O Note: Only appears if Auto-CPAP therapy is enabled. Split Night Time Off 120 180 240 Auto: Min 5.

FIGURE K: REMSTAR AUTO M SERIES PROVIDER MODE SETUP SCREENS (A-FLEX MODEL) PAGE 12 .0 cmH2O 10.0 cmH2O 5. Off C-Flex A-Flex Auto: Max Auto Off Auto: Max 10. C-Flex Setting A-Flex Setting off 1 2 3 off 1 2 3 1 2 3 4.0 cmH2O Feature: OFF C-Flex Setting Ramp Start Pres Note: Will say Autoramp if Auto-CPAP therapy is enabled. REV.0 cmH2O Split Night Time Off 120 180 240 Note: Only appears if Auto-CPAP therapy is enabled. 04 .0 cmH2O Auto: Max 10.0 cmH2O Auto: Min 5.SYSTEM SETUP M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031254.0 cmH2O Feature: OFF Auto: Min Mask Alert Auto: Min 5.0 cmH2O Ramp Time 0:25 Min Note: Will say Autoramp Time if Auto-CPAP therapy is enabled.Press + Data Setup + Patient Reminder Off 90 180 270 365 Therapy Mode CPAP AUTO Show AHI/Leak Feature: ON CPAP Pressure Comfort Type Off C-Flex A-Flex 10.

Press FIGURE L: BIPAP PLUS M SERIES PROVIDER MENU NAVIGATION 1031254. REV.PAGE 13 . 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM SETUP .

Ramp Start Pres 4.0 cmH2O Note: Only appears if Auto Bi-Level therapy is enabled. Note: Only appears if Auto Bi-Level therapy is enabled. 04 . REV. Note: If the device is in Auto Bi-level mode. FIGURE M: BIPAP AUTO M SERIES PROVIDER MENU NAVIGATION PAGE 14 .0 cmH2O Note: Only appears if Bi-Level therapy is enabled.0 cmH2O Bi-Flex Setting off 1 2 3 Note: If the device is in Auto Bi-level mode. this screen will read Autoramp Time instead of Ramp Time.SYSTEM SETUP M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031254.0 cmH2O Note: Only appears if Auto Bi-Level therapy is enabled.0 cmH2O Note: Only appears if Bi-Level therapy is enabled.Data Press Setup + Press + Press Press Therapy Mode BiLEVEL AUTO BILEVEL Patient Reminder off 90 180 270 365 IPAP 5. Split Night Time off 120 180 240 Max IPAP 15. this screen will read Autoramp instead of Ramp Start Pres. Auto Off Feature: ON Min EPAP 4. Mask Alert Feature: ON Max Press Sup 4. Ramp Time 0:25 Min Rise Comfort off 1 2 3 Note: Only appears if Bi-Flex has been disabled.0 cmH2O Note: Only appears if Auto Bi-Level therapy is enabled. Show AHI/Leak Feature: ON EPAP 4.

therefore. ERROR TYPES The four types of errors are described as follows: ERROR TYPE STOP REBOOT CONTINUE LOG_ONLY & DESCRIPTION “Service Required” is reported as soon as the condition is detected. otherwise.ERROR CODES .com and download the Utility Tools Software. For example. The device will restart for no more than four occurrences of these Error Types within a 24 hour period. Error codes are stored in the device’s memory. you must log onto http://my.ERROR CODES INTRODUCTION This section provides a list of the error codes for the M Series CPAP devices. To view and clear the device’s error log. The error codes listed in this section are shared by the following M Series products: • • • • • • • REMstar M Series CPAP Device REMstar Pro M Series CPAP Device REMstar Plus M Series CPAP Device REMstar Auto M Series CPAP Device (C-Flex and A-Flex models) BiPAP Pus M Series Bi-level Device BiPAP Auto M Series Bi-level Device M Series Integrated Heated Humidifier NOTE Please note that not all error codes apply to all devices. REV. refer to the Testing section of this Service & Technical Information package. the device displays “Service Required”. error codes that indicate a failed Sensor PCA are not used on the device. These Error Types do not interrupt the performance of the device and are only recorded in the log. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION PAGE 1 .respironics. NOTE To Read and Clear Error Logs. 1031255. the REMstar M Series device is not equipped with a Sensor PCA.

the device is considered to be within operating specifications and no action is necessary. the error log should be examined to determine if any other REBOOT level errors occurred during the same time period.never in the middle of an otherwise full log.you should only see this code in the error log when the log entry is empty . 04 . pay close attention to the type of error code that is logged and the number of times each error is logged. When five REBOOT level events occur within a twenty-four hour period. Failed the destructive power on self test of external RAM's data lines. CORRECTIVE ACTION N/A 001 REBOOT Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA No action necessary 002 REBOOT 003 REBOOT 004 REBOOT 005 CONTINUE 006 007 STOP REBOOT Replace the Sensor PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA PAGE 2 . If as many as four REBOOT level errors occur in a single 24 hour period. Failed the destructive power on self test of external RAM's address lines. Failed the non-destructive continuous self test of external RAM. The device has been improperly configured to a type that requires a pressure sensor but none is present. Failed the non-destructive power on self test of internal RAM. This will help you to determine the correct action to take when servicing the device. To better determine the actual cause. REV.ERROR CODES M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031255. This indicates an error in program flow which is most likely a programming defect. the device will enter “Service Required” Mode. Failed the continuous comparison test of the RTC against the crystal oscillator clock by more than 4 seconds in a minute. ERROR CODE 000 ERROR TYPE CONTINUE DESCRIPTION No Error . These errors may offer a better diagnosis of the actual problem.ERROR CODE CHART NOTE Repair suggestions are included on page 9 of this section for Error Codes marked with an asterisk (*) in the following table. SPECIAL NOTE When examining the Error log. A REBOOT error has several potential root causes.

ERROR CODE
008

ERROR TYPE
REBOOT

DESCRIPTION
A non-volatile RAM storage unit has been corrupted upon power-up. All M Series devices in this platform that report this error require a flow sensor but it is absent. A watchdog timeout occurred after intialization has been completed. A watchdog timeout occurred before intialization has been completed. Failed the power on self test of the watchdog timer - the RAM flag indicating that the test is occurring failed. Failed the power on self test of the watchdog timer.

CORRECTIVE ACTION
Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Replace the Sensor PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Replace the Therapy PCA No action necessary. System

009 011

STOP REBOOT

012

REBOOT

013

REBOOT

015

REBOOT

016

REBOOT

The DSP crystal appears to have fallen off the board while operating. Therapy controller constant registers used for compiler optimization have had their values corrupted. Programming error - stack memory overrun.

017

REBOOT

018

REBOOT

019*

REBOOT

Therapy controller application software has been corrupted in Flash memory. Therapy controller has vectored to an undefined interrupt. Indicates that a device is trying to access external RAM that doesn't exist. 100 ms have elapsed without a pressure/flow message from the sensor PCA. Reset the sensor PCA. Another 100 ms have elapsed without a pressure/flow message after resetting the sensor PCA. Reboot the therapy controller. 3 seconds have elapsed without receiving a TOD message from the sensor PCA.

020

REBOOT

021 022* 023*

STOP CONTINUE REBOOT

024

STOP

Replace the Sensor PCA

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ERROR CODE
025

ERROR TYPE
REBOOT

DESCRIPTION
DSP watchdog timeout has occurred.

CORRECTIVE ACTION
Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA No action necessary No action necessary Sensor PCA Therapy PCA or Blower (Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA) System Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA System Test the Humidifier. Refer to the Testing section of this Service & Technical Information package. Humidifier Replace the Sensor PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Replace the Sensor PCA

026 027 028 029

CONTINUE CONTINUE REBOOT REBOOT

Indicates that the sensor PCA battery may be dead. Could also indicate that the RTC has never been set. Sensor PCA has reported a RTC checksum error. The only way to correct this is to set the RTC. Sensor PCA has reported a flow signal processing error. The only way to correct this is to reset the sensor PCA. During spinup of the motor, the drive detected that the rotor was not spinning or wires were broken.

030* 031*

REBOOT REBOOT

Sensor PCA has reported >30 communication errors within the last minute. DSP application software has been corrupted in Flash memory. Sensor PCA has reported that it cannot keep up with the rate of comm messages being received. Humidifier plate is not making heat. Could be TCO open, AC disconnected.

032 033

REBOOT CONTINUE

034 035 036

CONTINUE STOP REBOOT

Humidifier plate temperature is at maximum (183 °F). Could be shorted thyristor. Sensor PCA has reported a flow offset error (offset exceeded ±40 lpm range) for 5 minutes consecutively. DSP boot software has been corrupted in Flash memory.

037

STOP

Sensor PCA has reported a pressure offset error (offset exceeded ±3 cm H2O range) for 5 minutes consecutively. A RAM copy of NVRAM storage unit is corrupted. Either an invalid key is depressed at startup or one has been held for 30 seconds after startup. The blower has been commanded on when a sensor PCA calibration table is corrupted.

038 039 040

STOP CONTINUE STOP

Replace the Therapy PCA No action necessary Replace the Sensor PCA

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ERROR CODE
041 042

ERROR TYPE
LOG_ONLY REBOOT

DESCRIPTION
The therapy controller's 10 ms periodic loop has exceeded 10 ms. The therapy controller's 10 ms periodic loop has exceeded 10 ms. Both NV Images of the Daily Values data used to calculate the 7 and 30 day averages were corrupted and defaulted. DSP not responding to request for software version at startup. This indicates an error in program flow which is most likely a programming defect. Therapy processor cannot shut the drive down via hardware - power on self test. DSP has reported a fault that the therapy controller is unable to translate to an error code. DSP not getting messages from the therapy controller.

CORRECTIVE ACTION
No action necessary Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA No action necessary

043*

CONTINUE

044

REBOOT

Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA No action necessary Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Therapy PCA or Blower (Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA) Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Therapy PCA or Blower (Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA)

045 047

LOG_ONLY REBOOT

048

REBOOT

050

REBOOT

051

REBOOT

DSP has seen the hardware trip line activate.

052*

REBOOT

V bus has dropped below 7.08 VDC for 25 ms.

053*

REBOOT

V bus has risen above 17.3 VDC for 25 ms.

054

REBOOT

Motor cannot be controlled: Not spinning, broken wires, broken motor drive, wrong motor calibration.

055*

REBOOT

DSP application data has been corrupted in Flash memory. Motor cannot be controlled (speed detected as too high): Blower Control, broken wires, broken motor drive, wrong motor calibration.

056

REBOOT

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ERROR CODE 057 ERROR TYPE REBOOT DESCRIPTION Motor cannot be controlled (speed detected as negative): Not spinning. Could be defective motor drive. broken motor drive. Motor thermistor is open circuit. Humidifier has reported a fault that the therapy controller is unable to translate to an error code. DSP has vectored to an undefined interrupt. Likely caused by Therapy to DSP reset line hardware failure. CORRECTIVE ACTION Therapy PCA or Blower (Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA) Therapy PCA or Blower (Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA) Therapy PCA or Blower (Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA) Therapy PCA or Blower (Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA) Replace the Therapy PCA or Blower (Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA) No action necessary Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA No action necessary No action necessary No action necessary No action necessary Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA System Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA 058 CONTINUE 059 CONTINUE Motor thermistor is shorted. the Sensor PCA's software version or serial number could not be read. 062 063 CONTINUE REBOOT The RTC has not incremented within one minute should increment every second. Therapy controller detected the DSP running in boot mode. REV. Humidifier's thermistor may be opened. Motor drive calibration data has become corrupted 064 065 066 067 069 CONTINUE CONTINUE CONTINUE CONTINUE REBOOT Communications to the humidifier has been lost for 5 seconds after being successfully established. Motor drive detected development boot code.ERROR CODES M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031255. broken wires. Could be a broken wire or bad or missing connector. 060 REBOOT This indicates an error in program flow which is most likely a programming defect. 070* 071 REBOOT STOP At startup. broken wires. DSP contains the wrong software. Could be caused by the motor being very high temperature. 061 STOP Measurement of motor parameters could not be found within 18s. Humidifier's thermistor may be shorted. 072 STOP PAGE 6 . wrong motor calibration. 04 .

Auto data or titration cannot be performed unless the pressure sensor is the digital type with the gain stored to accommodate snore detection. The flow sensor tubing may be occluded with water resulting in a constant near zero output. STOP error only if in an Auto Therapy Mode after blower is turned off. Motor cannot be controlled (An attempt to decelerate the motor has failed). 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION PAGE 7 . 081 CONTINUE The therapy controller's handler of sensor PCA communications has exceeded the period of the fastest sensor comm message (5 ms). The Event Type and length do not match.DSP stack memory overrun. Motor cannot be controlled (Attempts to start the motor have failed). 080 REBOOT Programming error . Motor cannot be controlled (An attempt to accelerate the motor has failed).ERROR CODE 073 074 ERROR TYPE CONTINUE REBOOT DESCRIPTION This indicates an error in program flow which is most likely a programming defect. The flow sensor tubing may be occluded with water resulting in a constant near zero output. 088* LOG ONLY No action necessary 1031255.ERROR CODES . LOG-ONLY error only if not an Auto Therapy Mode after blower is turned off. Replace the Sensor PCA. Failed the non-destructive power on self test of DSP internal RAM. 082 083* CONTINUE REBOOT No action necessary Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA No action necessary Replace the Sensor PCA 084 085 CONTINUE STOP 087* STOP Defective Flow Sensor. The present therapy or DSP software does not support this hardware version. The DSP's 20 kHz periodic loop has exceeded 50 µs. Indicates that the Therapy Event Queue in an Auto device is full. CORRECTIVE ACTION No action necessary Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA REMstar M Series Only REMstar M Series Only REMstar M Series Only Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA No action necessary 075 076 077 078 REBOOT REBOOT REBOOT REBOOT 079 REBOOT The DSP's 100 Hz periodic loop has exceeded 10 ms. REV. Error is persistent through power cycles.

ERROR CODE 089 ERROR TYPE REBOOT DESCRIPTION One of the tasks in the background thread has somehow gotten stuck preventing the remaining tasks from executing. CORRECTIVE ACTION Refer to the Special Note on page 2 before replacing the Therapy PCA PAGE 8 . REV.ERROR CODES M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031255. 04 .

or Therapy PCA Reflash with latest device software. If OK. Otherwise. If it persists replace Therapy PCA May be user induced if running from noisy DC power. connectors/cable. May occur once after reflashing device software. If using RI supplied power supply. Inspect the flow sensor for water damage. connectors/cable. May be user induced if running from DC power that is too high. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION PAGE 9 . Replace the Sensor PCA. Reset occlusion detection using Service Software.ERROR CODES . REV. Otherwise. 53 55 70 83 87 88 1031255. May indicate a problem with Sensor PCA. Otherwise. replace the Therapy PCA. reflash again to correct this. it may be the Therapy PCA or power supply. or Therapy PCA. it may be the Therapy PCA or power supply. or Therapy PCA. If error occurred after reflashing. Reset occlusion detection using Service Software. reflash again to correct this. If reflashing doesn’t correct this. Inspect the flow sensor for water damage. Clear error log. Replace the Sensor PCA. May indicate a problem with Sensor PCA. replace the Therapy PCA. reflash again to correct this. connectors/cable. then one of the PCAs is defective.REPAIR SUGGESTIONS ERROR CODE 019 022 023 30 31 43 52 REPAIR SUGGESTION If error occurred after reflashing. replace the Therapy PCA. If error occurred after reflashing. Check the connection between the Therapy PCA and Sensor PCA. May indicate a problem with Sensor PCA. replace the Therapy PCA. If using RI supplied Power Supply.

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M SERIES SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACEMENT OVERVIEW This section provides procedures for removing and replacing M Series CPAP and Bi-level device components and identifies the replacement part (RP) kits available for the devices. references to the REMstar Auto M Series throughout this Service and Technical Information package include both the C-Flex and A-Flex models. Respironics implemented a design change to the following M Series parts: • • • • • Therapy PCA Sensor PCA Accessory Interface PCA Sensor PCA Cable Accessory Interface PCA Cable These parts are not compatible with the previously designed parts. NOTE The M Series Sleep Therapy device must be run-in for two hours and final tested after any repair. M Series devices that contain the redesigned parts can be identified by “VER2” on the Serial Number/Model Number Label FIGURE A: SERIAL NUMBER/MODEL NUMBER LABEL 1031256. “VER2” M SERIES DEVICES In May of 2007. IMPORTANT REMINDER There are two REMstar Auto M Series devices . REV.PAGE 1 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . Unless specified. Refer to the Testing & Calibration section of this M Series Service and Technical Information package for instructions on testing M Series devices. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . M series devices manufactured with these parts can be identified by a “VER2” marking on the Serial Number/Model Number Label located on the bottom of the device. Refer to the following illustration.REMstar Auto M Series with C-Flex and REMstar Auto M Series with A-Flex.

be sure to let the Customer Service Representative know whether or not your device is marked “VER2”. 04 . • • • • Therapy PCA Sensor PCA Accessory Interface PCA Sensor PCA Cable and Accessory Interface PCA Cable Both the previously designed parts and the “VER2” parts will be available for an indefinite period of time.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256.IMPORTANT NOTE When ordering any of the following parts. REV. The following illustrations identify the differences between previously designed parts and “VER2” parts: Connectors are not compatible with previously designed parts Connectors J6 and J7 have been relocated Previous Design FIGURE B: THERAPY PCA COMPARISON “VER2” Design PAGE 2 .

the Accessory Interface PCA Cable requires the use of a ferrite (not included in the kit). you must reuse the ferrite from the defective Accessory Interface PCA Cable.PAGE 3 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION .Different Connector Types Previous Design “VER2” Design FIGURE C: ACCESSORY INTERFACE PCA Sensor PCA Cable Accessory Interface PCA Cable Previous Design “VER2” Design Previous Design “VER2” Design FIGURE D: SENSOR PCA AND ACCESSORY INTERFACE PCA CABLES NOTE The Sensor PCA Cable and Accessory Interface PCA Cable installed in “VER2” M Series Devices are identical and have the same RP kit #. Therefore. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . However. 1031256. REV.

SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. 3.BENCH CHECKOUT Prior to performing repair and replacement procedures on M Series devices: 1. view the device’s error codes. 4. Using the Service Center Tools software. Apply power to the device and verify the buttons are properly backlit and the LCD is working. Perform repairs to the device as necessary. Run the device for two hours. Refer to the Testing & Calibration section for instructions on using the Service Center Tools software. Listen to the device for noisy operation or loose components. 7. Visually inspect the outside of the device for physical damage and broken or missing parts. Conduct the Performance Verification Procedure in the Testing & Calibration section of this Service & Technical Information package. 6. REV. PAGE 4 . 2. Turn on the device and verify proper operation of the unit. 5. 04 .

PART REMOVAL FLOW CHART The Flow Chart shown in Figure E can be used as a quick reference tool. REV. Accessory Module Outlet Port/ISO Cover Navigation Door Rubber Feet Filter Cover Assembly Top Enclosure Internal Top Cap w/Foam Accessory Interface PCA w/Cable Accessory Interface Cable (10-pin) Therapy PCA Blower Assembly Keypad/LCD Flow Tube (REMstar M Series device only) LCD Sensor PCA w/ Cable Sensor Cable Power Cable Bottom Enclosure FIGURE E: PART REMOVAL FLOW CHART NOTE The REMstar M Series device is not equipped with the following: • Accessory Module • Sensor PCA • Sensor Cable 1031256.PAGE 5 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE .

Interface PCA Cable (for “VER2” devices) Acc. 04 .SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256.M SERIES CPAP DEVICE REPLACEMENT PARTS QUICK REFERENCE REMstar REMstar Pro REMstar ProE REMstar Plus REMstar Auto (w/ C-Flex) REMstar Auto (w/ A-Flex) Acc. Interface PCA w/Cable Acc.S.) Bottom Enclosure (International) Communication Cable Dog Bone Coupler Filter Cover Assembly Flow Tube Internal Top Cap w/Foam Keypad LCD M Series Test Port Navigation Door Outlet Port/ISO Cover Outlet Assembly Pollen (Inlet) Filter (one pack) Pollen (Inlet) Filter (two pack) Power Cable Rubber Feet Sensor Cable Sensor Cable (for “VER2” devices) Sensor PCA w/Cable Sensor PCA w/Cable (for “VER2” devices) Shipping Box (for devices w/carry case) Shipping Box (for devices w/out carry case) SmartCard Accessory Module Therapy PCA Therapy PCA (for “VER2” devices) Top Enclosure Ultra-fine Filter (two pack) Ultra-fine Filter (six pack) Wired Modem Accessory Module Wired Modem Cable and Splitter (does not include Module) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1035063 1035313 1035355 1029603 1024610 1027931 1035064 1030335 1035065 N/A 1034283 1024620 1024615 1035066 1035443 1029330 1030339 1030550 N/A N/A N/A N/A 1036864 1036885 1027563 1035153 N/A 1035071 1035442 1029331 N/A N/A 1030337 1044504 1030338 1044502 1030333 1022754 1027905 1030359 N/A 1024610 1027931 N/A 1030335 1024617 1024621 N/A 1024620 1024615 N/A 1035443 1029330 1030339 1030550 1030342 1044504 1035169 1044501 1036864 1036885 1027563 1028897 1042134 1030330 1035442 1029331 1037688 1046821 1030337 1044504 1030338 1044502 1030333 1022754 N/A 1030359 N/A 1024610 1027931 N/A 1030335 1035410 1024621 N/A 1024620 1024615 N/A 1035443 1029330 1030339 1030550 1030342 1044504 1035169 1044501 1036864 1036885 1027563 1028890 1042133 1030376 1035442 1029331 N/A N/A 1030337 1044504 1030338 1044502 1030333 1022754 1027905 1030359 N/A 1024610 1027931 N/A 1030335 1024617 1024621 N/A 1024620 1024615 N/A 1035443 1029330 1030339 1030550 1030342 1044504 1027929 1044503 1036864 1036885 1027563 1027930 1042132 1027924 1035442 1029331 1037688 1046821 1030337 1044504 1030338 1044502 1030333 1022754 1027905 1030359 N/A 1024610 1027931 N/A 1030335 1024617 1024621 N/A 1024620 1024615 N/A 1035443 1029330 1030339 1030550 1030342 1044504 1035169 1044501 1036864 1036885 1027563 1028898 1042135 1035068 1035442 1029331 1037688 1046821 1030337 1044504 1030338 1044502 1030333 1022754 1027905 1030359 N/A 1024610 1027931 N/A 1030335 1040972 1024621 N/A 1024620 1024615 N/A 1035443 1029330 1030339 1030550 1030342 1044504 1035169 1044501 1036864 1036885 1027563 1040480 1042138 1040999 1035442 1029331 1037688 1046821 PAGE 6 . Interface PCA w/Cable (for “VER2” devices) Blank Accessory Module Blower Assembly Bottom Enclosure (Domestic U. Interface PCA Cable Acc. REV.

M SERIES BI-LEVEL DEVICE REPLACEMENT PARTS QUICK REFERENCE BiPAP Plus Accessory Interface PCA Cable Accessory Interface PCA Cable (for “VER2” devices) Accessory Interface PCA w/Cable Accessory Interface PCA w/Cable (for “VER2” devices) Blank Accessory Module Blower Assembly Bottom Enclosure (Domestic U.S. REV. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE .) Bottom Enclosure (International) Communication Cable Dog Bone Coupler Filter Cover Assembly Flow Tube Internal Top Cap w/Foam Keypad/LCD LCD M Series Test Port Navigation Door Outlet Port/ISO Cover Outlet Assembly Pollen (Inlet) Filter (one pack) Pollen (Inlet) Filter (two pack) Power Cable Rubber Feet Sensor Cable Sensor Cable (for “VER2” devices) Sensor PCA w/Cable Sensor PCA w/Cable (for “VER2” devices) Shipping Box (for devices w/carry case) Shipping Box (for devices w/out carry case) SmartCard Accessory Module Therapy PCA Therapy PCA (for “VER2” devices) Top Enclosure Ultra-fine Filter (two pack) Ultra-fine Filter (six pack) Wired Modem Accessory Module Wired Modem Cable and Splitter (does not include Module) 1030337 1044504 1030337 1044502 1030333 1038121 1027905 1030359 N/A 1024610 1027931 N/A 1030335 1038122 1024621 N/A 1024620 1024615 N/A 1035443 1029330 1030339 1030550 1030342 1044504 1035169 1044501 1036864 1036885 1027563 1028899 1042136 1038124 1035442 1029331 N/A N/A BiPAP Auto 1030337 1044504 1030337 1044502 1030333 1038121 1027905 1030359 N/A 1024610 1027931 N/A 1030335 1038122 1024621 N/A 1024620 1024615 N/A 1035443 1029330 1030339 1030550 1030342 1044504 1035169 1044501 1036864 1036885 1027563 1028900 1042137 1038123 1035442 1029331 1037688 1046821 1031256.PAGE 7 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION .

Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) protected work station . PAGE 8 .07” (1. 04 .78 mm) diameter Antistatic. ESD-protected work environment.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. NOTE The information contained in this section pertains to the following M Series Sleep Therapy Devices: • • • • • • • TOOLS & EQUIPMENT REMstar M Series REMstar Pro M Series REMstar ProE M Series REMstar Plus M Series REMstar Auto M Series (C-Flex and A-Flex models) BiPAP Plus M Series BiPAP Auto M Series The following tools and supplies are necessary for repairing M Series Sleep Therapy Devices: • • • • • Torx screwdrivers (RI p/n 1040889) Small Flat-blade Screwdriver Needle Nose Pliers Probing tool smaller than 0.minimum requirement is a grounded work station. REV.REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS WARNING Remove AC power from the unit prior to performing any repairs. CAUTION Perform repair and replacement procedures only in an antistatic.

NOTE It may be necessary to remove the Top Enclosure to remove the Navigation Door. Refer to “Replacing the Top Enclosure” on page 17 if necessary. 2. Separate the two locking tabs that secure the Navigation Door to the Top Enclosure and remove the Navigation Door.PAGE 9 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. Open the Navigation Door. SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . 04 .REPLACING THE NAVIGATION DOOR RP KIT NAME M SERIES NAVIGATION DOOR RP KIT # 1024620 Included in Kit Navigation Door Tools Required None Applicable M Series Device(s) All M Series Sleep Therapy Devices Navigation Door FIGURE F: NAVIGATION DOOR TO REMOVE THE NAVIGATION DOOR: 1. TO INSTALL THE NAVIGATION DOOR: • Insert the locking tabs into the holes on the Top Enclosure until the Navigation Door snaps into place. REV.

Depress the bottom of the Outlet Port/ISO Cover until the locking tabs are free from the Bottom Enclosure. 2. REV. 04 . PAGE 10 . Remove the Outlet Port/ISO Cover from the Bottom Enclosure.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256.REPLACING THE OUTLET PORT/ISO COVER RP KIT NAME M SERIES OUTLET PORT/ISO COVER RP KIT # 1024615 Included in Kit ISO Cover Tools Required None Applicable M Series Device(s) All M Series Sleep Therapy Devices Outlet Port/ISO Cover FIGURE G: OUTLET PORT/ISO COVER TO REMOVE THE OUTLET PORT/ISO COVER: 1.

2. Press the Outlet Port/ISO Cover until it snaps into place.Depress Here to Release Locking Tabs FIGURE H: OUTLET PORT/ISO COVER REMOVAL TO INSTALL THE OUTLET PORT/ISO COVER: 1. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . Align the Outlet Port/ISO Cover’s locking tabs with the holes in the Bottom Enclosure. REV. 1031256.PAGE 11 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION .

04 . BLANK PART # 1030333 Included in Kit Blank Accessory Module Tools Required None Applicable M Series Device(s) • • • • • • REMstar Pro M Series REMstar ProE M Series REMstar Plus M Series REMstar Auto M Series BiPAP Plus M Series BiPAP Auto M Series ACCESSORY PART NAME M SERIES WIRED MODEM ACCESSORY MODULE PART # 1037688 Included in Kit Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) • Wired Modem Accessory Module None • Modular Connector • Phone Cable • • • • REMstar Pro M Series REMstar Plus M Series REMstar Auto M Series BiPAP Auto M Series PAGE 12 .REPLACING THE ACCESSORY MODULE ACCESSORY PART NAME M SERIES SMARTCARD ACCESSORY MODULE PART # 1027563 Included in Kit SmartCard Module (w/SmartCard) Tools Required None Applicable M Series Device(s) • • • • • • REMstar Pro M Series REMstar ProE M Series REMstar Plus M Series REMstar Auto M Series BiPAP Plus M Series BiPAP Auto M Series ACCESSORY PART NAME M SERIES ACCESSORY MODULE. REV.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256.

S.) and 1035355 (Int’l). REV. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE .ACCESSORY PART NAME M SERIES WIRED MODEM CABLE AND SPLITTER PART # 1046821 Included in Kit Tools Required None Applicable M Series Device(s) • Modular Connector • Phone Cable • • • • NOTE REMstar Pro M Series REMstar Plus M Series REMstar Auto M Series BiPAP Auto M Series The REMstar M Series device is equipped with a non-removable blank Accessory Module.PAGE 13 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . The non-removable blank Accessory Module is not available by itself and comes installed in the Bottom Enclosure RP Kits 1035313 (Domestic U. Depress Here to Release Locking Tab SmartCard Accessory Module FIGURE I: REMOVING THE ACCESSORY MODULE (SMARTCARD SHOWN) 1031256.

FIGURE J: WIRED MODEM ACCESSORY MODULE. SPLITTER. Slide the SmartCard Module into the Bottom Enclosure until it locks into place. REV. 2. TO INSTALL THE ACCESSORY MODULE: 1. 04 . While depressing the locking tab. AND CABLE PAGE 14 . 2.TO REMOVE THE ACCESSORY MODULE: 1. Depress the locking tab located on the bottom of the Bottom Enclosure to free the SmartCard Module from its mounting location. Align the SmartCard Module with the slot in the Bottom Enclosure. slide the SmartCard Module out of the front of the Bottom Enclosure. The cutout side on the front of the Module should face the outside of the Bottom Enclosure.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256.

Two pack TO REMOVE THE FILTER COVER ASSEMBLY: 1. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . remove the screw that secures the Filter Cover Assembly to the Bottom Enclosure. 3. REV. 1031256.PAGE 15 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . 2. Under normal usage. a white ultra-fine filter is disposable and should be replaced once per month or sooner if it appears dirty. CAUTION Dirty filters may cause high operating temperatures that may affect device performance. Regularly examine the filters as needed for integrity and cleanliness.REPLACING THE FILTER COVER ASSEMBLY RP KIT NAME M SERIES FILTER COVER ASSEMBLY RP KIT # 1027931 Included in Kit Tools Required T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver Applicable M Series Device(s) All M Series Sleep Therapy Devices • • • • Filter Cover Pollen Filter Foam Noise Trap Screw Foam Noise Trap Pollen (Inlet) Filter FIGURE K: FILTER COVER ASSEMBLY NOTE Additional Pollen Filter Kits: • 1035443 . If present.One pack • 1029330 . DO NOT clean the ultra-fine filter. Using a T8 or T9 Torx screwdriver. the gray foam filter should be cleaned at least once every two weeks and replaced with a new one every six months. Turn the unit over on an ESD-protected work surface to expose the bottom of the unit. Remove the Filter Cover Assembly.

The Ultra-fine filter is not washable or reusable and should be replaced every 30 nights of use or sooner if it appears dirty.Screw FIGURE L: FILTER COVER SCREW LOCATION TO INSTALL THE FILTER COVER ASSEMBLY: 1. Position the Filter Cover Assembly so that the screw hole in the Filter Cover aligns with the hole in the Bottom Enclosure. 2. NOTE An optional Ultra-fine Filter is available for use with all M Series Sleep Therapy devices. NOTE Clean the Pollen Filter at least once every two weeks and discard and replace the Filter each time the unit is used on a different user. 04 . REV. Secure the Filter Cover to the Bottom Enclosure using the screw.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. PAGE 16 .

REPLACING THE TOP ENCLOSURE RP KIT NAME TOP ENCLOSURES 1035071 .REMSTAR AUTO M SERIES WITH C-FLEX 1040999 .REMSTAR M SERIES 1030330 .REMSTAR PLUS M SERIES 1035068 .REMSTAR AUTO M SERIES WITH A-FLEX 1038124 . 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE .BIPAP AUTO M SERIES Tools Required RP KIT #’S Included in Kit • Top Enclosure • Navigation Door • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver Top Enclosure (shown w/Navigation Door) FIGURE M: TOP ENCLOSURE TO REMOVE THE TOP ENCLOSURE: 1. 1031256.PAGE 17 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION .BIPAP PLUS M SERIES 1038123 . Remove the Filter Cover Assembly.REMSTAR PRO M SERIES 1030376 .REMSTAR PROE M SERIES 1027924 . REV. Refer to page 15.

Refer to Figure O. 04 . 5. remove the three screws that secure the Top Enclosure to the Bottom Enclosure. Using a T15 Torx screwdriver. While securely holding the Top and Bottom Enclosures together.2. REV. The Therapy PCA is secured to the Top Enclosure with locking tabs. Disconnect the wiring harnesses from the Therapy PCA. PAGE 18 . Partially separate the Top Enclosure from the Bottom Enclosure. FIGURE N: SCREW LOCATION 3. carefully return the unit to its upright position. NOTE The Top Enclosure is still connected to the unit via the Therapy PCA. 4.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256.

PAGE 19 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . The Therapy PCA is secured to the Top Enclosure via locking tabs. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . Remove the Top Enclosure.REMstar M Series FIGURE O: WIRING HARNESS CONNECTIONS (CONNECTION LOCATION ON “VER2” DEVICES DIFFERS FROM THAT SHOWN ABOVE) 6. 1031256. REV.

TO INSTALL THE TOP ENCLOSURE: 1. REV. Refer to page 24. 7. Assemble the remainder of the device as necessary. 8. 2. Place the Therapy PCA into the Top Enclosure. Connect the LCD Ribbon Cable to the Therapy PCA. 8. Allow the locking tabs to secure the Therapy PCA to the Top Enclosure. Remove the Therapy PCA from the Top Enclosure. PAGE 20 . Remove the Keypad/LCD assembly from the Top Enclosure. While holding the Top and Bottom Enclosures together. if necessary.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. Position the Top Enclosure onto the Bottom Enclosure and connect all wiring harnesses and ribbon cables to the Therapy PCA. Secure the Top Enclosure to the Bottom Enclosure using the three Torx screws. 3. 04 .7. Refer to page 21. Install the Keypad/LCD Assembly into the Top Enclosure. Fully seat the Top Enclosure onto the Bottom Enclosure. turn the unit over to expose the bottom of the unit. 4. 6. 5.

REMSTAR AUTO M SERIES W/C-FLEX 1042138 .BIPAP PLUS M SERIES PCA 1042137 .REMSTAR PRO M SERIES 1042133 .BIPAP AUTO M SERIES PCA Tools Required RP KIT #’S Included in Kit • Therapy PCA • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver 1031256.REMSTAR AUTO M SERIES W/A-FLEX 1042136 . 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE .BIPAP AUTO M SERIES Tools Required RP KIT #’S Included in Kit Therapy PCA • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver RP KIT NAME THERAPY PCA (INSTALLED IN “VER2” DEVICES) 1042132 .REMSTAR AUTO M SERIES W/C-FLEX 1040480 . RP KIT NAME THERAPY PCA 1035153 .REPLACING THE THERAPY PCA IMPORTANT NOTE Refer to the “VER2” M Series Devices section on page 1 for additional information regarding redesigned parts installed in “VER2” M Series Devices. REV.BIPAP PLUS M SERIES 1028900 .PAGE 21 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION .REMSTAR PROE M SERIES 1042135 .REMSTAR PRO M SERIES 1042133 .REMSTAR PLUS M SERIES 1028898 .REMSTAR AUTO M SERIES W/A-FLEX 1028899 .REMSTAR PROE M SERIES 1027930 .REMSTAR PLUS M SERIES 1042134 .REMSTAR M SERIES 1028897 .

Note the LCD is installed on the PCA and is not a replaceable part. 2. 3. TO INSTALL THE THERAPY PCA: 1. PAGE 22 . Remove the Top Enclosure.Locking Tabs Therapy PCA for REMstar M Series device. 3. LCD Ribbon Cable FIGURE P: THERAPY PCA (“VER2” NOT SHOWN) TO REMOVE THE THERAPY PCA: 1. 4. Lift up to release the Ribbon Cable Unlocked FIGURE Q: REMOVING THE RIBBON CABLE 4. Refer to page 15. REV. Lift the Therapy PCA out of the Top Enclosure. Remove the Filter Cover Assembly. Insert the LCD Ribbon Cable into its connector on the Main PCA. Assemble the unit as necessary. 04 . 5. Place the Therapy PCA into the Top Enclosure. Separate the locking tabs that secure the Therapy PCA to the Top Enclosure and remove the PCA. 2. Refer to page 17. Press on the Therapy PCA until the Top Enclosure’s locking tab snaps into place. Refer to Figure Q. Remove the LCD Ribbon Cable from the connector on the Therapy PCA.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256.

04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . 2 BUTTON PROE RP KIT # 1035410 Included in Kit Keypad Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) REMstar ProEM Series • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver 1031256. REV. 2 BUTTON RP KIT # 1035065 Included in Kit Keypad Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) REMstar M Series • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver RP KIT NAME M SERIES KEYPAD.PAGE 23 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION .REPLACING THE KEYPAD AND/OR LCD RP KIT NAME RP KIT # Included in Kit Keypad M SERIES KEYPAD 1024617 Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver • REMstar Pro M Series • REMstar Plus M Series • REMstar Auto M Series with C-Flex RP KIT NAME M SERIES A-FLEX KEYPAD RP KIT # 1040972 Included in Kit Keypad Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver • REMstar Auto M Series with A-Flex RP KIT NAME M SERIES KEYPAD.

The LCD is not a replaceable part on the REMstar M Series device. the LCD is soldered to the PCA. Keypad for REMstar Pro M Series. 04 . REV. and REMstar Auto M Series Keypad for REMstar M Series Device FIGURE R: KEYPADS PAGE 24 .SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. REMstar Plus M Series.RP KIT NAME BIPAP M SERIES KEYPAD RP KIT # 1038122 Included in Kit Keypad Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver RP KIT NAME M SERIES DISPLAY LCD KIT RP KIT # 1024621 • BiPAP Plus M Series • BiPAP Auto M Series Included in Kit LCD Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver • • • • • • REMstar Pro M Series REMstar ProE M Series REMstar Plus M Series REMstar Auto M Series BiPAP Plus M Series BiPAP Auto M Series NOTE For the REMstar M Series device.

During manual testing of M Series Devices. BiPAP Plus M Series. Remove the LCD from the Keypad. Remove the Keypad from the Top Enclosure. Refer to page 21. REMstar Plus M Series. and BiPAP Auto M Series. TO REMOVE THE KEYPAD: 1. Remove the Therapy PCA. REV. 2. Install the Keypad/LCD Assembly into the Top Enclosure. technicians will be asked to choose which Keypad is installed in the device. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . REMSTAR PLUS M SERIES.Refer to page 17. 4. Use caution when removing the Keypad so as not to damage the LCD. the LCD is installed in the Keypad. 1031256. Remove the Top Enclosure. Place the LCD into the Keypad as shown in Figure S. REMSTAR AUTO M SERIES.IMPORTANT NOTE!!! M Series devices may be equipped with a dark gray colored Keypad. CAUTION For REMstar Pro M Series. TO INSTALL THE KEYPAD ON REMSTAR PRO M SERIES. BIPAP PLUS M SERIES.PAGE 25 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . AND BIPAP AUTO M SERIES: 1. as shown in or a white colored Keypad (shown below). REMSTAR PROE M SERIES. FIGURE S: LCD INSTALLATION 2. REMstar Auto M Series. 3.

04 . FIGURE T: KEYPAD INSTALLED IN TOP ENCLOSURE (REMSTAR M SERIES ONLY) PAGE 26 . Place the Keypad into the Top Enclosure as shown in Figure T.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. Assemble the remainder of the unit as necessary. TO INSTALL THE KEYPAD ON REMSTAR M SERIES DEVICES: 1.3. REV.

REV. Refer to page 17. The Internal Top Cap is secured in the Bottom Enclosure by three locking tabs. 2. 1031256. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE .REPLACING THE INTERNAL TOP CAP RP KIT NAME M SERIES INTERNAL TOP CAP RP KIT # 1030335 Included in Kit Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) All M Series Sleep Therapy Devices • Internal Top Cap • Foam • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver TO REMOVE THE INTERNAL TOP CAP: 1.PAGE 27 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . TO INSTALL THE INTERNAL TOP CAP: 1. 2. Locking Tabs FIGURE U: INTERNAL TOP CAP NOTE A piece of foam is installed inside the Internal Top Cap. Press down on the Internal Top Cap until it snaps into place. Place the Internal Top Cap (with foam) over the Blower. Release the locking tabs in the Bottom Enclosure to remove the Internal Top Cap. Remove the Top Enclosure.

REV.REPLACING THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY RP KIT NAME M SERIES BLOWER RP KIT # 1022754 Included in Kit Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) • Blower • Dog Bone Coupler • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver • • • • REMstar Pro M Series REMstar ProE M Series REMstar Plus M Series REMstar Auto M Series RP KIT NAME REMSTAR M BLOWER ASSEMBLY RP KIT # 1035063 Included in Kit Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) REMstar M Series • Blower • Dog Bone Coupler • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver RP KIT NAME BIPAP M SERIES BLOWER ASSEMBLY RP KIT # 1038121 Included in Kit Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) • Blower • Dog Bone Coupler • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver • BiPAP Plus M Series • BiPAP Auto M Series PAGE 28 .SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. 04 .

Remove the Top Enclosure. REV. 3. Position the Blower Assembly in the Bottom Enclosure’s foam cutout. Connect the Dog Bone Coupler to the Sensor PCA. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . install the Dog Bone Coupler onto the Blower. 4. Refer to page 27.Blower for REMstar M Series (RP Kit #1035063) One Wiring Harness Two Wiring Harnesses Dog Bone Coupler Removed FIGURE V: BLOWER ASSEMBLY NOTE The Dog Bone Coupler is available by itself (RP Kit #1024610). TO REMOVE THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY: 1. 3. If necessary.Refer to page 17. Lift the Blower Assembly out of the Bottom Enclosure. 2. Remove the Internal Top Cap.PAGE 29 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . Fully seat the Blower Assembly in the Bottom Enclosure. 1031256. TO INSTALL THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY: 1. 2.

04 .SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. REV.07” Probing Tool Small Flat Blade Screwdriver PAGE 30 .78 mm) Probing Tool Small Flat Blade Screwdriver • • • • • REMstar Pro M Series REMstar ProE M Series REMstar Auto M Series BiPAP Plus M Series BiPAP Auto M Series RP KIT NAME REMSTAR M OUTLET ASSEMBLY RP KIT # 1035066 Included in Kit Outlet Assembly support brace) (w/ Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) REMstar M Series • • • • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver T15 Torx Screwdriver <.07” (1.07” Probing Tool Small Flat Blade Screwdriver RP KIT NAME M SERIES PRO/PLUS/AUTO SENSOR PCA RP KIT #S Included in Kit 1035169 1044501 (FOR “VER2” DEVICES) Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) • Sensor PCA • Sensor Cable • • • • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver T15 Torx Screwdriver <.REPLACING THE SENSOR PCA/OUTLET ASSEMBLY RP KIT NAME REMSTAR PLUS M SENSOR PCA RP KIT #S Included in Kit 1027929 1044503 (FOR “VER2” DEVICES) Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) REMstar Plus M Series • Sensor PCA • Sensor Cable • • • • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver T15 Torx Screwdriver <.

Sensor PCA FIGURE W: BLOWER ASSEMBLY AND SENSOR PCA INSTALLED Sensor Cable Sensor PCA is connected to the Outlet Assembly for REMstar Pro M Series.PAGE 31 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . FIGURE X: SENSOR PCA AND OUTLET ASSEMBLY 1031256. BiPAP Plus M Series. REMstar Plus M Series. It does not have a Sensor PCA connected to it. and BiPAP Auto M Series This Outlet Assembly is used only on the REMstar M Series device. REMstar Auto M Series. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . REV.

07” diameter access hole. hole is not present. 04 . NOTE During early stages of production. 4. Insert a <0. REMstar ProE M Series. Insert a small probing tool (less than 0. 1/16”) into the access hole located above the Power Cable in the Bottom Enclosure. then push the Power Cable into the unit to access the latch on the bottom of the Sensor PCA FIGURE Y: SENSOR PCA REMOVAL PAGE 32 .NOTE A Sensor PCA is present only in REMstar Pro M Series.07” dia. and BiPAP Auto M Series. REV. Refer to Figure Y. Push on the latch on the bottom of the Sensor PCA and lift the Sensor PCA out of the Bottom Enclosure. Push on the latch on the Sensor PCA to free the PCA and proceed to Step 4. BiPAP Plus M Series. REMstar Auto M Series.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. If the 0. Remove the Top Enclosure. use a small flat blade screwdriver to release the Locking Tabs.07”. Probing Tool Here to Release the Outlet Assembly/Sensor PCA Push Here with Probing Tool to Free the Sensor PCA/Outlet Assembly from Bottom Enclosure If 0. approx. use a small flat blade screwdriver to depress the Power Cable locking tabs and push the Power Cable into the device.07” diameter hole is not present. Refer to page 17. 3. TO REMOVE THE SENSOR PCA/OUTLET ASSEMBLY: 1. REMstar Plus M Series. 2. not all M Series device Bottom Enclosures were manufactured with a 0.07” dia.

REV. Refer to Figure Z.TO INSTALL THE SENSOR PCA/OUTLET ASSEMBLY: 1. (Foam is not shown) FIGURE Z: INSTALLING THE SENSOR PCA 1031256.PAGE 33 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . The locking tabs on the side of the Bottom Enclosure help to secure the Sensor PCA. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . 2. Push the Sensor PCA Assembly onto the foam in the Bottom Enclosure. Also make sure the latch on the bottom of the Outlet Assembly snaps into place. Align the slot in the outlet with the cutout in the Bottom Enclosure. Locking Tabs Verify Slot Aligns with Cutout in Bottom Enclosure.

Remove the Blower Assembly. Remove the Outlet Port/ISO Cover. 04 PAGE 34 . Refer to page 28. Remove the Outlet Assembly. Flow Tube FIGURE AA: FLOW TUBE TO REMOVE THE FLOW TUBE: 1. Refer to page 17.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . Remove the Flow Tube from the Outlet Assembly. Refer to page 30.REPLACING THE FLOW TUBE (REMSTAR M SERIES ONLY) RP KIT NAME REMSTAR M FLOW TUBE RP KIT # 1035064 Included in Kit Flow Tube Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) REMstar M Series • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver • Small Flat Blade Screwdriver NOTE The Flow Tube is present only in REMstar M Series devices. 3. 6. 1031256. Remove the Internal Top Cap. 5. TO INSTALL THE FLOW TUBE: • Refer to Figure AB. 2. 4. REV. Refer to page 27. Refer to page 10. Remove the Top Enclosure.

Blower Dog Bone Coupler Flow Tube Outlet Assembly Short End Verify Dog Bone Touches Shoulder on Both Ends Verify Outlet Touches Shoulder Verify Wires Over Flow Tube and Not Pinched Verify Slot of Outlet Fits into Feature in Enclosure FIGURE AB: OUTLET ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION 1031256.PAGE 35 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . REV.

Push the Power Cable through the opening in the Bottom Enclosure until the Power cable locks into place. Using a small flat-blade screwdriver. Refer to page 17. While working from inside the unit. Refer to Figure AC.REPLACING THE POWER CABLE (HUMIDIFIER INTERFACE CONNECTOR) RP KIT NAME M SERIES POWER CABLE RP KIT # 1030339 Included in Kit Power Cable Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) All M Series Sleep Therapy Devices • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver • Small Flat Blade Screwdriver TO REMOVE THE POWER CABLE: 1. Refer to page 28. Remove the Sensor PCA/Outlet Assembly. 2. 4.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. depress the locking tabs from the outside of the unit. 3. 5. Remove the Blower Assembly. align the Power Cable’s locking tabs and alignment pin with the cutouts in the Bottom Enclosure. Refer to page 30. TO INSTALL THE POWER CABLE: 1. REV. Remove the Outlet Port/ISO Cover. Locking Tabs Alignment Pin FIGURE AC: POWER CABLE REMOVAL 7. Remove the Internal Top Cap. 04 . Remove the Power Cable from the inside of the unit. Refer to page 27. 2. Refer to page 10. PAGE 36 . Remove the Top Enclosure. 6.

2. Refer to Figure AD. Push the Accessory Interface PCA into its mounting location until it snaps into place. 2. Assemble the unit as necessary. Refer to page 17. Remove the Top Enclosure. Interface PCA • Acc. 3. 3. Interface Cable (installed) • Ferrite • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver • T15 Torx Screwdriver • Needle Nose Pliers • • • • • • REMstar Pro M Series REMstar ProE M Series REMstar Plus M Series REMstar Auto M Series BiPAP Plus M Series BiPAP Auto M Series FIGURE AD: ACCESSORY INTERFACE PCA INSTALLED IN UNIT (“VER2” NOT SHOWN) TO REMOVE THE ACCESSORY INTERFACE PCA: 1.PAGE 37 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . Pull the Accessory Interface PCA straight up until it is free from the Bottom Enclosure. TO INSTALL THE ACCESSORY INTERFACE PCA: 1. Carefully grasp the Accessory interface PCA with needle nose pliers and release the locking tab that secures the Accessory Interface PCA in the Bottom Enclosure. REV. Position the Accessory Interface PCA in its mounting location so that the white terminal Block connector faces the outside of the device. 1031256. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE .REPLACING THE ACCESSORY INTERFACE PCA (W / CABLE) RP KIT NAME M SERIES ACCESSORY INTERFACE PCA (W/CABLE) RP KIT # 1030338 Included in Kit Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) • Acc.

S. 04 .x4 (installed) Warning Label Clear Overlay (x2) • • • • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver T15 Torx Screwdriver Needle Nose Pliers Small Flat Blade Screwdriver • • • • • • REMstar Pro M Series REMstar ProE M Series REMstar Plus M Series REMstar Auto M Series BiPAP Plus M Series BiPAP Auto M Series RP KIT NAME RP KIT #’S Included in Kit REMSTAR M BOTTOM ENCLOSURE 1035313 (DOMESTIC U. REV.S.REPLACING THE BOTTOM ENCLOSURE RP KIT NAME RP KIT #’S Included in Kit M SERIES BOTTOM ENCLOSURE 1027905 (DOMESTIC U.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. Interface PCA Acc. Interface Cable (installed) Power Cable (installed) Rubber Feet .) 1030359 (INT’L) Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) • • • • • • Acc.) 1035355 (INT’L) Tools Required Applicable M Series Device(s) REMstar M Series • • • • Power Cable (installed) Rubber Feet .x4 (installed) Warning Label Clear Overlay (x2) • • • • T8 or T9 Torx Screwdriver T15 Torx Screwdriver Needle Nose Pliers Small Flat Blade Screwdriver FIGURE AE: BOTTOM ENCLOSURE (POWER CABLE NOT SHOWN) PAGE 38 .

1. Refer to page 28. Remove the Accessory Module. 7. Refer to page 15. Remove the Outlet Port/ISO Cover. 4. Remove the Sensor PCA. Remove the Internal Top Cap. Remove the Top Enclosure. Refer to page 10.PAGE 39 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . REV. Refer to page 27. Remove the Blower Assembly. Refer to page 17. Refer to page 37. NOTE You must place a new Serial Number label on the Bottom Enclosure. Refer to the instruction sheet provided with the Bottom Enclosure RP kit. Refer to page 12. 1031256. 2. Remove the Accessory Interface PCA. 5. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE .TO REPLACE THE BOTTOM ENCLOSURE: 1. Install all components into the new Bottom Enclosure and assemble the device as necessary. 8. Refer to page 30. 6. Remove the Filter Cover. 3.

ADDITIONAL RP KITS The following RP Kits are available from Respironics. 04 . RP Kit # Description 1034283 M Series Test Port 1029603 Communication Cable 1030550 Rubber Feet (x4) 1036864 Shipping Box (for devices with a carrying case) Photo Not Available 1036885 Shipping Box (for devices without a carrying case) 1030342 Sensor Cable PAGE 40 . REV.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256.

PAGE 41 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION .1044504 Sensor Cable (installed in “VER2” devices) 1030337 Accessory Interface PCA Cable 1044504 (Ferrite not included) Accessory Interface PCA Cable (installed in “VER2” devices) • 1035443 (single) • 1029330 (2 pack) Pollen (Inlet) Filter • 1035442 (2 pack) • 1029331 (6 pack) Ultra-fine Filter 1024610 Dog Bone Coupler 1031256. 04 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE . REV.

Replace any damaged parts. or any opening.25% Sodium Hypochloride. household. 1 to 5 part reduction with water. 2. Allow the device to dry completely before plugging in the power cord. CAUTION Do not immerse the device in liquid or allow any liquid to enter the enclosure. 5. Let the device dry completely before plugging in the power cord. inlet filter. 3% 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Vinegar. REV. 3. Inspect the device and all circuit parts for damage after cleaning. Discard and replace the Pollen Filter. Allow the device to dry completely before plugging in the power cord.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031256. 04 . PAGE 42 . 5% acidity Water Chlorine bleach. 2. 4. Wipe the outside of the device with a cloth slightly dampened with water and a mild detergent. be sure that the M Series device is not plugged in to an electrical outlet while cleaning.CLEANING AND DISINFECTING WARNING To avoid electrical shock. TO DISINFECT THE M SERIES DEVICE: 1. TO CLEAN THE M SERIES DEVICE: 1. Use a cloth with one of the following cleaning agents to clean the exterior of the device: • • • • • Hydrogen Peroxide. Disinfect the outside of the device only.

1031466.HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACEMENT OVERVIEW This section provides procedures for removing and replacing M Series Heated Humidifier components. Humidifier Door (RP Kit #1028114) Humidifier Tank (RP Kit #1028115) Lower Base Assembly (RP Kit #1028118) Inlet/Outlet Seal (RP Kit #1028116) Heater Plate w/ Compression Springs (RP Kit #1040059) PCA (RP Kit #1028119) Humidifier Tank Bottom (RP Kit #1031576) Humidifier Tank Top (RP Kit #1031575) Upper Base Assembly (RP Kit #1028120) Power Cord (RP Kit #1028182) Tank Top O-ring (RP Kit #1029358) FIGURE A: COMPONENT REMOVAL FLOW CHART IMPORTANT NOTES! • During early stages of production. refer to Assembling the Humidifier on page 22 of this section. the M Series Integrated Heated Humidifier’s Upper Base Assembly included only one docking post (refer to Figure B). • The Humidifier must be tested after any repairs are performed.PAGE 1 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . 03 HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE . it is important to properly route and secure all wiring harnesses with glass cloth electrical tape prior to securing the Lower Base Assembly to the Upper Base Assembly. Respironics requires that the Humidifier Assembly Fixture Shown in be used when assembling the Humidifier. Refer to the Testing & Calibration section of this M Series Service & Technical Information package for testing procedures. • When assembling the M Series Heated Humidifier after a repair. In addition. Both the one post docking and two post docking versions of the Upper Base Assembly are compatible with the Lower Base Assembly. REV.

One Post Docking Two Post Docking FIGURE B: UPPER BASE ASSEMBLY PAGE 2 . REV. 03 .HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031466.

REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS WARNING Remove AC power from the unit prior to performing any repairs.minimum requirement is a grounded work station. Respironics requires that the Humidifier Assembly Fixture Shown in be used when assembling the Humidifier. it is important to properly route and secure all wiring harnesses with glass cloth electrical tape prior to securing the Lower Base Assembly to the Upper Base Assembly. CAUTION Perform repair and replacement procedures only in an antistatic. REV. testing. refer to Assembling the Humidifier on page 22 of this section. Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) protected work station . TOOLS & EQUIPMENT The following tools and supplies are necessary for troubleshooting. 03 HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE . In addition. 1031466. and repairing the M Series Heated Humidifier: • • • • • T15 Torx Screwdriver Humidifier Assembly Fixture Needle Nose Pliers Glass Cloth Electrical Tape Antistatic. CAUTION When assembling the M Series Heated Humidifier after a repair.PAGE 3 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . ESD-protected work environment.

Open the door. Separate the two locking tabs that secure the door to the Humidifier’s Lower Base Assembly and remove the Humidifier Door. 03 PAGE 4 . REV.REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER DOOR RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER DOOR RP KIT # 1028114 Included in Kit Humidifier Door Tools Required None Locking Tabs FIGURE C: HUMIDIFIER DOOR TO REMOVE THE HUMIDIFIER DOOR: 1. 1031466. 2. TO INSTALL THE HUMIDIFIER DOOR: • Insert the locking tabs into the holes on the Upper Base Assembly until the Humidifier Door snaps into place.HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION .

1031466. Open the Humidifier Tank Door. REV. 2.REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER TANK RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER TANK RP KIT # 1028115 Included in Kit Tools Required None • Humidifier Tank • Inlet/Outlet Seal • O-Ring Humidifier Tank FIGURE D: HUMIDIFIER TANK INSTALLED TO REMOVE THE HUMIDIFIER TANK: 1. Pull the Humidifier Tank out of the Humidifier Base Assembly. 03 HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE .PAGE 5 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION .

03 . REV. Push the Humidifier Tank into the Base Assembly until it seats into place.HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031466. 2.FIGURE E: HUMIDIFIER TANK REMOVED TO INSTALL THE HUMIDIFIER TANK: 1. Close the Humidifier Tank Door. PAGE 6 .

REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER INLET/OUTLET SEAL RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER INLET/OUTLET SEAL RP KIT # 1028116 Included in Kit Inlet/Outlet Seal Tools Required None RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER INLET/OUTLET SEAL (10 PACK) RP KIT # 1029357 Included in Kit Inlet/Outlet Seal (x10) Tools Required None Inlet/Outlet Seal FIGURE F: INLET/OUTLET SEAL TO REMOVE THE INLET/OUTLET SEAL: 1. 03 . REV. HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE . Remove the Inlet/Outlet Seal from the Humidifier Tank.PAGE 7 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031466. 2. WHEN INSTALLING THE INLET/OUTLET SEAL: • Be sure that the groove in the Inlet/Outlet Seal is properly seated in the Humidifier Tank Top to ensure a good seal. Refer to page 5. Remove the Humidifier Tank.

03 .HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031466. REV.Groove FIGURE G: INSTALLING THE INLET/OUTLET SEAL PAGE 8 .

REV. Separate the Humidifier Tank Top from the Bottom.PAGE 9 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . 1031466. 2.REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER TANK TOP RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER TANK TOP RP KIT # 1031575 Included in Kit Tools Required None • Humidifier Top • O-ring • Inlet/Outlet Seal FIGURE H: HUMIDIFIER TANK TOP TO REMOVE THE HUMIDIFIER TANK TOP: 1. 03 HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE . Remove the Humidifier Tank.

Remove the O-ring from the Humidifier Tank Top. TO INSTALL THE O-RING: • Install the O-ring in the groove in the Humidifier Tank Top as shown in Figure J. 3.HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031466. 03 . Make sure that the O-ring is properly seated in the groove to ensure a good seal. FIGURE J: O-RING INSTALLATION PAGE 10 . Remove the Humidifier Tank. 2.REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER TANK TOP O-RING RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER O-RING RP KIT # 1029358 Included in Kit O-ring Tools Required None RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER O-RING (10 PACK) RP KIT # 1029359 Included in Kit O-ring (x10) Tools Required None FIGURE I: O-RING TO REMOVE THE O-RING: 1. Separate the Humidifier Tank Top from the Bottom. Refer to page 5. REV.

2. Refer to page 5.PAGE 11 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION .REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER TANK BOTTOM RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER TANK BOTTOM RP KIT # 1031576 Included in Kit Humidifier Bottom Tools Required None FIGURE K: HUMIDIFIER TANK BOTTOM TO REMOVE THE HUMIDIFIER TANK BOTTOM: 1. Separate the Humidifier Tank Top from the Bottom. Remove the Humidifier Tank. 03 HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE . REV. 1031466.

REPLACING THE LOWER BASE ASSEMBLY RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER LOWER BASE ASSEMBLY RP KIT # 1028118 Included in Kit Tools Required T15 Torx Screwdriver • Lower Base • Warning Labels (Int’l & Dom. use care so as not to misplace the springs. NOTE Four compression springs rest freely on the Heater Plate Assembly. REV. 03 . 2.HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031466. Remove the Lower Base Assembly. PAGE 12 . Humidifier Springs are available separately in RP kit #1031770.) • #6 x 1/4” screw (x6) Lower Base Assembly Rubber Feet (x4) RP Kit #1029360 FIGURE L: HUMIDIFIER LOWER BASE TO REMOVE THE LOWER BASE ASSEMBLY: 1. Remove the six screws that secure the Lower Base Assembly to the Upper Base Assembly. While removing the Lower Base Assembly.

TO INSTALL THE LOWER BASE ASSEMBLY:

CAUTION
When assembling the M Series Heated Humidifier, refer to Assembling the Humidifier on page 22 of this section. Respironics requires that the Humidifier Assembly Fixture (RI p/n 1031860) be used when assembling the Humidifier. In addition, it is important to properly route and secure all wiring harnesses prior to securing the Lower Base Assembly to the Upper Base Assembly. 1. Place the Lower Base Assembly onto the Upper Base Assembly. 2. Ensure that the Humidifier Springs are in place on the Heater Plate Assembly. 3. Secure the Lower Base Assembly to the Upper Base Assembly using the six screws.

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HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE - PAGE 13 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION

REPLACING THE HEATER PLATE ASSEMBLY RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER HEATER PLATE

RP KIT # 1040059
Included in Kit Tools Required

• Heater Plate Assembly • Humidifier Springs (x4) • Star Washer RP KIT NAME

• T15 Torx Screwdrivers • Glass Cloth Electrical Tape

M SERIES HUMIDIFIER SPRINGS

RP KIT # 1031770
Included in Kit Tools Required

• Humidifier Springs (x4) • Star Washer RP KIT NAME

• T15 Torx Screwdrivers • Glass Cloth Electrical Tape M SERIES STAR WASHER (10 PACK)

RP KIT # 1036278
Included in Kit Star Washer Tools Required

• T15 Torx Screwdrivers • Glass Cloth Electrical Tape

FIGURE M: HEATER PLATE, HUMIDIFIER SPRINGS, AND STAR WASHER

TO REMOVE THE HEATER PLATE ASSEMBLY:
1. Remove the Lower Base Assembly. Refer to page 11.

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2. Remove the Glass Cloth Electrical Tape that secure the Wiring Harnesses to the Upper Base Assembly. 3. Disconnect the Heater Plate’s wiring harnesses from the PCA. 4. Lift the Heater Plate Assembly out of the Upper Base Assembly.

TO INSTALL THE HEATER PLATE ASSEMBLY:

NOTE
During early stages of production, the Humidifier Springs were of longer length than those provided in Humidifiers during latter stages of production. When assembling the Humidifier, verify that all four compression springs are of equal length. 1. Set the Heater Plate Assembly in the Upper Base Assembly. 2. Connect the wiring harness to the PCA. 3. Route the Wiring Harnesses as shown in Figure N.

CAUTION
When assembling the M Series Heated Humidifier after a repair, refer to Assembling the Humidifier on page 22 of this section. Respironics requires that the Humidifier Assembly Fixture (RI p/n 1031860) be used when assembling the Humidifier. In addition, it is important to properly route and secure all wiring harnesses prior to securing the Lower Base Assembly to the Upper Base Assembly. 4. Use Glass Cloth Electrical Tape to secure the wiring harnesses to the Upper Base Assembly as shown in Figure N.
Humidifier Spring, verify that all four springs are of equal length

Star Washer

FIGURE N: WIRING HARNESSES SECURED 1031466, REV. 03 HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE - PAGE 15 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION

2. 03 . Refer to page 11. Disconnect the wiring harnesses and ribbon cable from the PCA. Refer to Figure P.REPLACING THE HUMIDIFIER PCA RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER PCA RP KIT # 1028119 Included in Kit Humidifier PCA Tools Required • T15 Torx Screwdriver • Needle Nose Pliers FIGURE O: HUMIDIFIER PCA TO REMOVE THE HUMIDIFIER PCA: 1. Remove the Lower Base Assembly.HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031466. PAGE 16 . REV.

FIGURE P: WIRING HARNESSES CONNECTED TO HUMIDIFIER PCA 3. In addition. REV. 1031466. it is important to properly route and secure all wiring harnesses prior to securing the Lower Base Assembly to the Upper Base Assembly. TO INSTALL THE HUMIDIFIER PCA: 1. 03 HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE . refer to Assembling the Humidifier on page 22 of this section.PAGE 17 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . Use caution when removing the PCA so as not to damage the terminals. Remove the PCA from the Upper Base Assembly. 2. Connect the wiring harnesses and ribbon cable to the PCA. Set the PCA in the Upper Base Assembly. Respironics requires that the Humidifier Assembly Fixture (RI p/n 1031860) be used when assembling the Humidifier. CAUTION When assembling the M Series Heated Humidifier after a repair. CAUTION The Power Cord is connected to the Main PCA via terminal connectors.

REV. Disconnect the Power Cord’s terminal connectors from the Humidifier PCA. Remove the Lower Base Assembly. Refer to page 11.REPLACING THE POWER CORD RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER POWER CORD RP KIT # 1028182 Included in Kit Power Cord Tools Required • T15 Torx Screwdriver • Needle Nose Pliers FIGURE Q: POWER CORD TO REMOVE THE POWER CORD: 1. PAGE 18 . 2. 03 .HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031466.

PAGE 19 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . it is important to properly route and secure all wiring harnesses prior to securing the Lower Base Assembly to the Upper Base Assembly. Assemble the Humidifier as necessary.FIGURE R: POWER CORD CONNECTED TO PCA TO INSTALL THE POWER CORD: 1. 2. Connect the Power Cord’s terminal connectors to J9 (blue) and J10 (brown) on the Humidifier PCA. In addition. REV. Respironics requires that the Humidifier Assembly Fixture (RI p/n 1031860) be used when assembling the Humidifier. refer to Assembling the Humidifier on page 22 of this section. 03 HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE . 1031466. CAUTION When assembling the M Series Heated Humidifier after a repair.

the M Series Integrated Heated Humidifier’s Upper Base Assembly included only one docking post (refer to Figure S). Both the one post docking and two post docking versions of the Upper Base Assembly are compatible with the Lower Base Assembly. 03 . One Post Docking Two Post Docking FIGURE S: UPPER BASE ASSEMBLY (TOP VIEW) PAGE 20 .REPLACING THE UPPER BASE ASSEMBLY RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER UPPER BASE ASSEMBLY RP KIT # 1028120 Included in Kit Upper Base Assembly Tools Required T15 Torx Screwdriver IMPORTANT NOTES! During early stages of production.HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031466. REV.

Respironics requires that the Humidifier Assembly Fixture (RI p/n 1031860) be used when assembling the Humidifier. 1031466. 5. 03 HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE . Refer to page 4. Remove the Lower Base Assembly.FIGURE T: UPPER BASE ASSEMBLY (BOTTOM VIEW) TO REPLACE THE UPPER BASE ASSEMBLY: 1.PAGE 21 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . 3. Refer to page 16. it is important to properly route and secure all wiring harnesses prior to securing the Lower Base Assembly to the Upper Base Assembly. 2. In addition. Refer to page 11. Remove the Heater Plate Assembly. refer to Assembling the Humidifier on page 22 of this section. Refer to page 14. Remove the Humidifier PCA. CAUTION When assembling the M Series Heated Humidifier after a repair. Remove the Humidifier Tank. 4. REV. Remove the Humidifier Door. Refer to page 5.

REV. 03 . verify that all four compression springs are of equal length. FIGURE U: HUMIDIFIER ASSEMBLY FIXTURE PAGE 22 . IMPORTANT NOTE! During early stages of production. When assembling the Humidifier.HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031466. the Humidifier Springs were of longer length than those provided in Humidifiers during latter stages of production.ASSEMBLING THE HUMIDIFIER RP KIT NAME M SERIES HUMIDIFIER ASSEMBLY FIXTURE RP KIT # 1034284 Included in Kit Humidifier Assembly Fixture Tools Required T15 Torx Screwdriver CAUTION Respironics requires the use of the Humidifier Assembly Fixture shown in when assembling the M Series Heated Humidifier.

REV.-lbs Compression Springs (x4) Ensure Washer is present Verify the power cord’s strain relief is properly seated FIGURE V: ASSEMBLING THE HUMIDIFIER 1031466.1 3 6 4 2 5 Torque screws to 8 in.PAGE 23 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . 03 HUMIDIFIER REPAIR & REPLACE .

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Docking and undocking of M Series CPAP and Bi-level devices onto an M Series Heated Humidifier is necessary when performing the testing described in this section. Single Post Docking Two Post Docking 1 1 2 2 3 3 llllll l FIGURE A: DOCKING THE M SERIES DEVICE 1031257.PAGE 1 . The Manual Testing procedure provided in this section must be performed after any repairs have been made to an M Series device. The following illustration demonstrates proper docking procedures.TESTING IMPORTANT REMINDER There are two REMstar Auto M Series devices . REV. Unless specified. references to the REMstar Auto M Series throughout this Service and Technical Information package include both the C-Flex and A-Flex models. Note that there are both single post and two post versions of the M Series Heated Humidifier Upper Base Assembly.REMstar Auto M Series with C-Flex and REMstar Auto M Series with A-Flex. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING . This section provides instructions for conducting Pressure Verification (for verifying the operation of the device prior to performing any repairs) and Manual Testing of M Series CPAP/Bi-level devices and the M Series Heated Humidifier.

1/8” (3.. The manual test software described later in this section can not be used with the REMstar M Series device (with the non-removable Blank Accessory Module).TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257.25” Test Adapter (RI p/n 332353) Pressure tubing: PVC Tubing. REV.3 cm H2O) accuracy ±0.48cm) long (RI p/n 304018) Respironics Digital Manometer (RI p/n 302227) or equivalent with the following minimum specifications: • • • • • • 0 – 70 hPa (0-70 cm H2O) ±0. 1 hPa = 1 cm H2O The Pressure Verification test may be used to determine that the device is functioning properly. which includes the following: a.PRESSURE VERIFICATION NOTE The Pressure Verification test may be used to determine that M Series devices are functioning properly.75mm) I. Install a gray foam Pollen (Inlet) Filter into the device. the following Pressure Verification test acts as the final test for the REMstar M Series model device. NOTE M Series Sleep Therapy devices may display either hPa or cm H2O.1 cm H2O) resolution M Series Tubing and Swivel kit (RI p/n 1029532) Pollen (Inlet) Filter (1035443) M Series Power Supply PRESSURE VERIFICATION PROCEDURE Perform the following: 1. and therefore. 04 . 6-12” (15. or whenever a device is returned for service.24 to 30.D.1 hPa (±0. O2 Enrichment Attachment (RI p/n 312710) c. during normal patient usage (as routine maintenance).25” Test Adapter to the outlet of the device and run in the device for at least two hours. This verification should be performed for preventive maintenance at periodic intervals commensurate with hospital or home care provider guidelines. 2. Connect the 0. x 1/4” (6.D. between rentals. End cap or similar device for occluding the O2 Enrichment Attachment • • • 0.3 hPa (±0. Whisper Swivel® II (RI p/n 332113) b. REQUIRED EQUIPMENT FOR THE PRESSURE VERIFICATION TEST • Pressure Measurement Kit (RI p/n 1026062).35mm) O. PAGE 2 .

If a Humidifier was returned for service with the device. With the device unplugged.3. perform the pressure verification test without the Humidifier first. Set the device to 4 hPa (4 cm H2O). Respironics recommends that the Pressure Verification procedure be performed both with and without the Humidifier. Whisper Swivel II Then dock the device onto the Humidifier and perform the pressure verification test again. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING .PAGE 3 . Turn the manometer on and adjust it to read zero. connect the system as shown in Figure B. Plug in the device while simultaneously holding down the left arrow and right arrow buttons to enter Provider Mode. 5. REV. 1031257. 6. FIGURE B: PRESSURE VERIFICATION SETUP 4. NOTE If the M Series Sleep Therapy device was returned for service with a Humidifier.

Verify the manometer reads 20 hPa (20 cm H2O) ±2 hPa (±2 cm H2O) for CPAP devices or 25 hPa (25 cm H2O) ±2. adjust the device’s Fine Pressure setting (if available) as necessary.7. manometer. perform the following: a. the minimum acceptable output pressure value is 17. 11. Press the M Series Sleep Therapy device’s Start/Stop button to turn the blower on.7 hPa (17. 9. etc. 0. 04 . NOTE The Fine Pressure setting is not available on all M Series devices.3 hPa (±0. tubing.25” Test Adapter. d. Turn the Humidifier to any setting other than zero while the Sleep Therapy device is on and verify the LED on the Humidifier dial is on. Set the device to the maximum output pressure setting as follows: • • 20 hPa (20 cm H2O) for CPAP devices 25 hPa (25 cm H2O) for Bi-level devices 10.3 cm H2O) of the measured values taken from the device without the Humidifier. when the device is set to 20 hPa (20 cm H2O). NOTE Output pressures may vary at local altitude and barometric pressure.5 cm H2O) for Bi-level devices. Dock the M Series device onto the M Series Heated Humidifier. as shown in Figure B. Record all information on the Pressure Verification Data Sheet(s) provided on page 26 and page 27. Perform the preceding steps 3 through 10.TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257. Refer to the device’s Provider Manual for additional information on menu options. 5. If the pressure setting does not match the measured value. If the pressure setting does not match the measured value. Therefore. IMPORTANT NOTE A slight drop in output pressure is expected when the M Series device is docked onto a Humidifier.7 cm H2O).5 hPa (±2. Because of these factors. Verify the manometer reads 4 hPa (4 cm H2O) ±1 hPa (±1 cm H2O). REV. The tolerance for the output pressure is ±0. 8. adjust the device’s Fine Pressure setting (if available) as necessary.. Connect the Whisper Swivel. If the M Series Sleep Therapy device was returned for service with a Heated Humidifier. PAGE 4 . c. Refer to the device’s Provider Manual for additional information on menu options. b. devices may slightly vary in output pressure over the range of the altitude settings.

24 to 30.48cm) long (RI p/n 304018) Known-good M Series Heated Humidifier M Series Power Supply PC running Microsoft® Windows® Internet Connection M Series Service Center Test and Service Center Tools Suite software (available on the internet) Respironics SleepLinkTM communication cable (RI p/n 1007492) M Series SmartCard Accessory Module (RI p/n 1024611) 18” Patient Tubing (RI p/n 1008198) (x3) Any Respironics CPAP device capable of delivering 20 hPa (20 cm H2O) to be used as a negative flow source Flow Valve (RI p/n 1037985) Flow Meter (with range capability of 0-300 Std. 04 . calibrate the device’s RTC. O2 Enrichment Attachment (RI p/n 312710) c. Prior to Manual Testing.25” O2 Enrichment Attachment installed on the outlet of port. which includes the following: a. REV. 6-12” (15. NOTE Run in for the CPAP and Bi-Level devices must be performed at the maximum pressure setting with the 0. x 1/4” (6. LPM) TESTING . and run in the device for at least two hours.D. clear the error log. Whisper Swivel® II (RI p/n 332113).PAGE 5 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257.D.FINAL MANUAL TESTING FOR M SERIES CPAP AND BI-LEVEL DEVICES NOTE The M Series Service Center Test Software can not be used to test the REMstar M Series model device. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR THE MANUAL SOFTWARE TEST • Pressure Measurement Kit (RI p/n 1026062).75mm) I. • Set Bi-Level devices’ EPAP and IPAP settings to the maximum pressure setting—25 hPa (25 cm H2O). as follows: • Set CPAP devices to CPAP mode and set the pressure to 20 hPa (20 cm H2O).. not used during Manual Testing b. The software can be used to test the following M Series devices: • REMstar Pro M Series • REMstar ProE M Series • REMstar Plus M Series • REMstar Auto M Series • BiPAP Plus M Series • BiPAP Auto M Series Manual Testing must be performed after repairs have been made to the M Series Sleep Therapy device.35mm) O. End cap or similar device for occluding the O2 Enrichment Attachment • • • • • • • • • • • • Pressure tubing: 1/8” (3.

1 cm H2O) resolution 2 3 5 6 7 1 4 8 9 Item # 1 2 3 4 5 Description SmartCard Accessory Module O2 Enrichment Attachment w/End Cap Pressure Tubing Digital Manometer 18” patient Tubing (x3) Item # 6 7 8 9 Description CPAP Device (Neg.TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257. 04 . REV. Flow Source) Flow Valve SleepLink Cable Flow Meter Personal Computer (not shown) FIGURE C: MANUAL TEST EQUIPMENT PAGE 6 .3 cm H2O) accuracy ±0.1 hPa (±0.• • Printer (if you wish to keep hard copies of test results.3 hPa (±0.) Respironics Digital Manometer (RI p/n 302227) or equivalent with the following minimum specifications: • • • 0 – 40 hPa (0-40 cm H2O) ±0.

respironics. log onto http://servicesoftware.com and complete the on-line registration process. go to http://my.PAGE 7 . Once you have access to download the software. 2.respironics. perform the following: 1.com.respironics.respironics. REV. to download Respironics service software.respironics.DOWNLOADING M SERIES SERVICE CENTER TEST & SERVICE CENTER TOOLS SUITE SOFTWARE NOTE Respironics service software is now available at http://my. http://my. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING . You must be a registered user to download the M Series Service Center Test and Service Center Tools Suite software.com. Log into http://my. Click on the Service Software link.com. In the event that you are unable to access this site. If you are not a registered user.com Login Here Service Software Link FIGURE D: RESPIRONICS “MY RESPIRONICS” WEB PAGE 1031257.

NOTE The Respironics Service Center Tools software is used to upgrade M Series devices. 3.com and check for software updates. Select “Utility Tools” from the drop-down menu. Select “Utility Tools” FIGURE E: SELECT UTILITY TOOLS FROM THE DROP-DOWN MENU 4. REV.TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257. the latest version of the Service Center Tools will be automatically installed onto your PC. PAGE 8 .Service Center Tools Suite or M Series Service Center Test Software. When you download M Series Product Operating Software Upgrades. Remember to periodically log onto http://my. 04 .respironics. Click on the Download button adjacent to the software you wish to download . NOTE The Respironics Service Center Tools Suite is used for several Respironics products.

When you click on the Download button.Click here to download the Service Center Tools Suite software (for calibrating the RTC) Click here to download the M Series Service Center Test Software (for conducting the manual test) FIGURE F: DOWNLOADING SOFTWARE IMPORTANT NOTE If the Service Center Tools Suite is already installed on your PC. you must perform the “Download” procedure two times. the “Run or Save?” window will appear as shown in Figure G. FIGURE G: RUN OR SAVE WINDOW 1031257. 5. otherwise. clicking on the download button will remove the current version of the software from the PC.PAGE 9 . Verify that the installed version is the latest version. REV. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING .

FIGURE H: REMOVING THE BLANK ACCESSORY MODULE FROM THE BIPAP PLUS M SERIES PAGE 10 .TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257. Remove the device’s Top Enclosure enough to gain access to the Blank Accessory Module’s locking tab as shown below. CONNECTING THE M SERIES SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE TO A PC Connect a SleepLink Communication Cable between the device’s SmartCard slot and com1 of the PC.6. install one (refer to the M Series Sleep Therapy Device Repair & Replacement section of this Service & Technical Information package). Refer to Figure H. For BiPAP Plus M Series devices. refer to the following information. Follow the on-screen prompts to “Run” or “Save” the software. 1. The program will be accessible from the Start menu in your Windows Task Bar. Choose the Save option if you wish to copy the software to a CD ROM and install it on other PCs. 2. 7. or click on Save to download the software and save it to a specific location on your PC. Click on Run to install the software on your PC. NOTE The Blank Accessory Module installed in BiPAP Plus M Series can only be removed by accessing the inside of the device. depress the locking tab while pulling the Blank Accessory Module from the BiPAP Plus M Series. NOTE Clicking on “Run” installs the software onto your PC. 04 . REV. Refer to the M Series Sleep Therapy Device Repair & Replacement section of this Service and Technical Information Package for additional information on removing the Top Enclosure. If the device is not equipped with a SmartCard Accessory Module. Using a flat screwdriver or similar tool.

USING THE M SERIES SERVICE CENTER TOOLS SOFTWARE Prior to performing the Manual Test. install the non-removable Blank Accessory Module. you must calibrate the M Series device’s RTC. Refer to Figure I.PAGE 11 . NOTE Prior to performing testing on the BiPAP Plus M Series device. 4. 1. Refer to the “Connecting an M Series Device to a PC” section on page 10 of this Testing section. Insert the SleepLink Cable into the SmartCard slot of the device and connect the cable’s serial port connector to your PC.respironics. Connect the M Series device to a PC. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING . 3. reassemble the device. It is not necessary to disassemble the device to install the Nonremovable Blank Accessory Module.3.com and check for software updates. Remember to periodically log onto http://my. Apply power to the M Series device. clear the device’s error log. and run in the device for at least two hours. To calibrate the RTC and clear the error log. Open Service Center Tools from the Start menu. 2. Assemble the BiPAP Plus M Series and install a SmartCard Accessory Module. perform the following: NOTE The Respironics Service Center Tools Suite is used for several Respironics products. REV. Once testing is complete. FIGURE I: START MENU 1031257.

5. Click on the “OK” button and return to the Service Center Tools main screen. Click on the “Set RT Clock” button. Click on the “Execute Tool” button. perform the following: 1. 4. When you open the Service Center Tools software. REV. Click here then select “Real Time Clock Calibration” FIGURE J: REAL TIME CLOCK CALIBRATION TOOL 2. PAGE 12 . When the RTC is set. Refer to Figure J. select “Real Time Clock Calibration” from the drop-down menu. the “CLOCK HAS BEEN VERIFIED AND HAS PASSED” screen will appear.CALIBRATING THE M SERIES SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE’S RTC To Calibrate the M Series Sleep Therapy Device’s RTC. 04 .TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257. The following window will appear: FIGURE K: SET OR VERIFY CLOCK 3.

1031257. Select Clear Error Log from the drop-down menu. 3.PAGE 13 . Click on the OK button. 2. then click on the Close button to return to the Service Center Tools main screen. Click on the Execute Tool button to Clear the Error Log of the sleep therapy device.CLEARING THE M SERIES DEVICE’S ERROR LOG The Clear Error Log Tool allows you to remove all errors stored in an M Series sleep therapy device’s memory. 5. REV. perform the following: 1. Click on the drop-down arrow next to “Please Select a Tool to Execute”. The “ERROR LOG HAS BEEN CLEARED” screen will appear once the error log has been successfully cleared. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING . To use the Clear Error Log tool. FIGURE L: SELECT THE CLEAR ERROR LOG TOOL 4.

TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257. REV. Turn on and zero the manometer. Attach the Pressure Tubing to the O2 Enrichment Attachment and the manometer. Before starting the test. Once you have installed the software. 2. 04 . 1. FIGURE M: START MENU NOTE Remember to periodically log onto http://my. Connect the SleepLink Cable between the device and Com1 of the PC (if not already connected). In addition.PERFORMING THE FINAL MANUAL TEST USING THE SERVICE CENTER TEST SOFTWARE NOTE You must calibrate the M Series sleep therapy device’s RTC and clear the error log. Refer to Figure M. Connect the O2 Enrichment Attachment (occluded) to the Outlet Port of the M Series Device.com and check the site for software updates. run in the device for at least two hours.respironics. perform the following (refer to Figure N): • • • • • Install the SmartCard Accessory Module into the M Series Device (if not already installed). open M Series Service Center Test from the Windows Start menu. PAGE 14 .

Click here to begin test FIGURE O: BEGIN TEST 1031257. REV. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING . Pressure Tubing. & Manometer FIGURE N: SETUP 3. Refer to Figure O. Click on the white arrow in the upper left corner to begin the test.PAGE 15 .SleepLink Cable connected between M Series Device and PC O2 Enrichment Attachment w/End Cap.

connect the Flow Control Valve and Flow Meter to the M Series device.TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257. Thorough testing of the Humidifier with the M Series Sleep Therapy device is conducted using the M Series Humidifier Test software. it is not necessary to perform the Humidifier test at this time.4. Follow the on-screen prompts to perform the test. Refer to Figure P. NOTE • The Humidifier Test portion of the M Series Service Center Test quickly verifies that the M Series Sleep Therapy device and the Humidifier are communicating. Follow the on-screen prompts to continue with the test. 5. 04 . • If the M Series device was returned with a Humidifier. REV. and The M Series device was returned for service without a Humidifier. Refer to page 23 for instructions on using the software. you will be asked if you want to perform the Humidifier Test. When the “Open Flow Control Valve and Connect Flow Meter” window appears. Perform this test only under the following conditions: • • The test is performed with a known-good Humidifier. Flow Control Valve Flow Meter FIGURE P: SETUP FOR FLOW TESTING PAGE 16 . During the test.

Set the negative flow source to 20 hPa (20 cm H2O).6. Click here to adjust flow FIGURE Q: INCREASE OR DECREASE FLOW 7. Follow the on screen prompts to continue with the test.PAGE 17 . 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING . Negative Flow Source FIGURE R: NEGATIVE FLOW SOURCE CONNECTION 1031257. connect the negative flow source device as shown in Figure R. REV. Refer to the device’s provider manual as necessary. When the “Connect and Apply Negative Flow Source” window appears.

04 . perform repairs as necessary and retest the device. FIGURE S: PASS WINDOW PAGE 18 . Once the test is complete and the device has passed. REV.8. the following window will appear: NOTE If the device does not pass.TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257. Continue following the on-screen prompts to complete the test.

Print the test results data sheet and maintain for future reference. Click on the “OK” button to view the test results data sheet. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING .PAGE 19 .9. REV. FIGURE T: TEST RESULTS DATA SHEET 1031257.

2.HUMIDIFIER TESTING DOWNLOADING THE RESPIRONICS M SERIES HEATED HUMIDIFIER SOFTWARE You must be a registered user to download the M Series Heated Humidifier Software. Once you have access to download the software.respironics. http://my. Click on the Service Software link.respironics.com. 04 . REV.com Login Here Service Software Link FIGURE U: RESPIRONICS “MY RESPIRONICS” WEB PAGE PAGE 20 . go to http://my.TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257. Log into http://my. perform the following: 1.respironics. If you are not a registered user. You will be granted same day access.com and complete the on-line registration process.

PAGE 21 . REV. Select “Utility Tools” from the drop-down menu. Click Here FIGURE W: DOWNLOADING SOFTWARE 1031257. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING . Click on the Download button adjacent to M Series Heated Humidifier Software.3. FIGURE V: SELECT UTILITY TOOLS FROM THE DROP-DOWN MENU 4.

the “Run or Save?” window will appear as shown in Figure X.5. The program will be accessible from the Start menu in your Windows Task Bar. PAGE 22 . or click on Save to download the software and save it to a specific location on your PC. 04 . NOTE Clicking on “Run” installs the software onto your PC.TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257. When you click on the Download button. Choose the Save option if you wish to copy the software to a CD_ROM and install it on other PCs. FIGURE X: RUN OR SAVE WINDOW 6. Follow the on-screen prompts to install the software. 7. REV. Click on Run to install the software on your PC.

3. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING . Refer to Figure Y. REV. Connect the SleepLink Cable between the device and Com1 of the PC (if not already connected). 1031257.com and check the site for software updates. open M Series Humidifier Test from the Start menu. Dock the M Series device onto the Humidifier. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the test.PAGE 23 . 2. FIGURE Y: START MENU NOTE Remember to periodically log onto http://my.USING THE M SERIES HUMIDIFIER TEST SOFTWARE 1. Once you have installed the software. Before starting the test. perform the following: • • • Install the SmartCard Accessory Module into a known-good M Series device (if not already installed).respironics.

the Test Report sheet will print out.TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257. PAGE 24 . REV.4. Once the test is complete and the device has passed. as shown in Figure AA and the following window will appear: FIGURE Z: TEST RESULTS WINDOW NOTE If the device does not pass. perform repairs as necessary and retest the device. 04 .

04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING .FIGURE AA: HUMIDIFIER TEST REPORT PRINTOUT 1031257.PAGE 25 . REV.

Tested By (Print / Sign): / Date: / / PAGE 26 . 04 .5 hPa [±2.5cm H2O]): (Bi-Level devices only) Humidifier Test LED on Humidifier Works Properly Pass / Fail / NA NOTES • Mark Unused sections of this Data Sheet with N/A.TESTING M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1031257. • Attach this sheet to the software Test Results Data Sheet.3 hPa (±0.3 cm H2O) of Measured Pressure w/out Humidifier Humidifier (If returned with CPAP or Bi-Level) 4 hPa (4 cm H2O) (±1 hPa [±1 cm H2O]): 20 hPa (20 cm H2O) (±2 hPa [±2 cm H2O]): 25 hPa (25 cm H2O) (±2.M SERIES CPAP & BI-LEVEL DEVICE PRESSURE VERIFICATION DATA SHEET CPAP or Bi-Level Device Notification # (if applicable): Serial #: Model #: Blower Hours Pre Run-in: Post Run-in: Measured Pressure (w/out Humidifier) Measured Pressure (with Humidifier) Tolerance: ±0. REV.

1031257. 04 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION TESTING .PAGE 27 .M SERIES HUMIDIFIER TEST DATA SHEET Humidifier Notification # (if applicable): Serial #: Model #: Humidifier Test LED on Humidifier Works Properly Pass / Fail Humidifier Test Did Humidifier Pass Software Test? Yes / No Tested By (Print / Sign): / Date: / / NOTE Attach this sheet to the software Test Results Data Sheet. REV.

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Repairs and testing are supported only at the complete board level. Do not copy the schematics or disclose them to third parties beyond the purpose for which they are intended. The schematics are intended to satisfy administrative requirements only. They are not intended to be used for component level testing and repair. New revisions may or may not be distributed in the future.M SERIES SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE SCHEMATICS PROPRIETARY STATEMENT Schematics are supplied in direct support of the sale and purchase of this product. 1031260. The Schematics are proprietary and confidential. and void warranties. Any changes of components could effect the reliability of the device. 03 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE SCHEMATICS . prohibit lot tracking of electronic components. REV.PAGE 1 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION . The schematics are of the revision level in effect at the time this manual was last revised.

22K R9 10 R134 100 R 21 4.22K GN D GN D R142 GN D R 17 10 100 R145 R 31 R144 100 4.22K 100 R127 4.22K PAGE 2 .22K GN D GN D R133 100 100 P HASE _ A CO NN M 3 PI 100 N 10 R8 R141 100 P WM_B T R1 8 Q8 90.9K MMBT3904L 1 T GN D Q15_G AT E R3 0 J 2:C 3 4.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE SCHEMATICS J 2:A 1 MMBT3904L 1 T GN D IMOTS E NSALO IMOTS E NSAHI P HASE _ B CO NN M 3 PI 100 N GN D J 2:B 2 T MMBT3904L 1 Q10 P HASE _ C CO NN M 3 PI 100 N P WM_C T R2 8 Q14 90. REV.9K R2 7 10 3 MMBT3906L 1 T VBULK Q32 C 88 2 R6 .9K GN D P WM_C B R3 3 D SC ALE S1023002 N/A PA T NO.22K PW M_AB R1 0 Q6 4.22K GN D 3 MMBT3906L 1 T 1 Q3 2 C 86 GN D Q31 MMBT3904L 1 T 3 Q4_GATE Q3_GATE R131 100 Q29 VBULK IRF R5305 1uF GN D 1 2 R1 2 90.9K R3 4.005 2W 499 1/4W 1uF R2 499 1/4W R6 2 C 87 VBULK R 13 4.22K R132 100 MMBT3904L 1 T GN D MMBT3906L 1 T Q30 R1 1 GN D Q33 MMBT3904L 1 T VBULK GN D .9K IRF R3505 R2 9 10 IMOTS E NSB HI IMOTS E NSB LO R126 4.HALLW IRT H ED MS ED MS 9-1-04 ED MS ED MS 1 OF 10 .VBULK R1 499 1/4W Q27 MMBT3904L 1 T VBULK GN D 1uF 499 1/4W R6 0 C 80 PW M_AT R4 Q2 MMBT3904L 1 T 90.22K M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 3 MMBT3906L 1 T Q15 2 VBULK R2 2 R6 5 499 1/4W 1uF Q39 GN D 3 Q16_G AT E 1 1 IRF R5305 D GN Q36 C 90 GN D PR ODUCT LINE: +3. 03 4.22K 10 R 16 +3.3V R125 4.22K R147 MMBT3904L 1 T GN D Q38 MMBT3906L 1 T R146 100 R 36 GN D GN D 1031260. R 12 1023002 SHE E T 4.22K C .9K IRF R3505 Q4 GN D R7 R6 1 499 1/4W 499 1/4W +3.22K 100 P WM_B B R2 3 Q12 MMBT3906L 1 T Q34 499 1/4W Q37 MMBT3904L 1 T VBULK GN D 1uF GN D 499 1/4W R1 9 R6 4 C 89 VBULK MMBT3904L 1 T 4.3V Q10_G AT E 1 R143 100 2 R2 5 90. R3 5 Q18 90. MOT OR DRIVE RE V.3V MMBT3904L 1 T 499 1/4W MIC ROPAP P ROCES S : TITLE : Q16 2 IRF R3505 DRN BY: C HK B Y: AP P RB Y: T HE R APY SC HEMAT IC SI E Z DRAWING NO.22K R 26 4.005 2W GN D GN D 3 Q35 1uF IRF R5305 Q9 R1 5 R6 3 499 1/4W 499 1/4W 1 Q9_GATE R2 0 4.22K R129 R5 4.

12 1023002 SHE E T SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE SCHEMATICS .00K 0.9K B AS40-04 GND IRFR5305 C R2 1 Q20 * * * 1000uF 25V 1 2 C R7 1 S M J10CA B C R30 1 2 S M J10CA B R4 5 499 1/4W R4 4 499 1/4W R191 1. 03 +3. POWER E NTRY AND BRAKING R EV. D S CALE S1023002 N/A PART NO.1uF GND GND 3 2 16.0K PRODUCT LINE: MICROPAP PROCES S : TITLE : THE RAPY S CHEMATIC DRN BY: CHK BY: APPRBY: S IZE DRAWING NO.1642 F1 7A 12V DC INPUT FROM AC POWER S UPPL Y J1 SC L 1 SS 3 2 GND GND VBULK 3 1 IRFR5305 Q1 2 GND Q40 BS S138LT1 GND Q41 BS S138LT1 FAULT LOW_LIMIT BRAKE _S ENSE 10.H ALLWIRTH E DMS E DMS 9-1-04 E DMS E DMS 2 OF 10 .PAGE 3 C .0K R194 15 1W R196 15 1W R4 7 2 499 1/4W R8 8 B AS40-04 R7 7 499 1/4W 3 R 89 1 2 Q19 IRFR3505 R190 10.22K 15 1W R195 GND VBULK VBULK HIGH_LIMIT R8 7 10.3V 3 + C1 GND S CALED_VBULK S CALED_VBULK = VBULK * 0.1W 1031260. REV.00K R4 9 4.32K .VBULK 2 R3 8 R3 9 C 91 1uF R7 1 R 56 IMOTORBUS LO IMOTORBUS HI R7 3 C 17 3.0K 3 C R20 1 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION GND VBULK GND /BR AKE BRAKE Q42 BS S138LT1 GND GND GND 2.

1uF 1 GND R9 0 1.+3.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE SCHEMATICS * +5V HIGH_LIMIT LOW_LIMIT IA IMOTS E NSALO * S CALING = . REV.0833 VOLTS /A MP GND MIC ROPAP PROCES S : TITLE : SC HEMATIC DRN BY: C HK BY: AP P RBY: SI E Z DRAWING NO. 03 C . THE RAPY C UR R E AND VOLTAGE NT S ENSING RE V.1uF C3 10uF 25V LOW_LIMIT 1 2 IMOTS E NSBHI 8 +IN OUT 1.8 HIGH_LIMIT +5V LOW_LIMIT HIGH_LIMIT 100 R 51 R 59 C 12 .0833 VOLTS /A MP +5V HIGH_LIMIT * LOW_LIMIT * IMOTORBUS IMOTORBUS L O * PRODUCT LINE: S CALING = .0833 VOLTS /A MP C 81 C 11 .HALLWIRTH ED MS ED MS 9-1-04 ED MS ED MS 3 OF 10 . D S CALE S1023002 N/A PA T NO. R 12 1023002 SHE E T 1031260.00K VRE F C R13 IMOTS E NSAHI 8 +IN OUT 5 VRE F 7 1 3 VRE F 2 1 -IN 4 NC GND AD8205A R GND GND 2 3 V+ 6 B AS40-04 U6 2 PP1 0 C 82 C 15 1 C R14 IMOTORBUS H I 8 +IN OUT 5 VRE F VRE F 7 1 3 VRE F 2 R9 1 3 * PP1 1 GND GND 2 4 NC C 85 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION PP9 * U12 V+ 6 GND 1 -IN 2 PAGE 4 .00K VRE F 5 VRE F 7 1 3 VRE F 2 2 R7 6 1 -IN 4 NC GND AD8205A R GND GND 3 V+ 6 B AS40-04 GND C R12 U5 R 57 GND 100 100 IB IMOTS E NSBLO S CALING = .3V R 50 69.

P OWER S UP P L IES RE V.00K 0.2uF 25V V IN U7 BOOST 1 41.3 MMBD914LT1 C R4 1 C 74 C R16 R109 8.HALLWIRTH ED MS ED MS 9-1-04 ED MS ED MS 4 OF 10 .32K 8 4 9 7 R119 MBR S130LT 3 C 28 .2uH PP7 SH DN 6 GND GND SW 5 3 C 20 C 92 2.2uH VBULK L2 MIC ROPAP TITLE : THE RAPY SC HEMATIC DRN BY: SI E Z C HK BY: AP P RBY: DRAWING NO.1uF C 29 .2K 2 C 21 1031260.1W 2.1W 10uF 25V .PAGE 5 C . 03 .3 3 IN GND OUT TAB S 1M U8 KA78M05R 1 IN GND 4 OUT OUT +8V 3900pF GND GND 7. REV. R 12 1023002 SHE E T SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE SCHEMATICS .00K GND GND C 22 GND C R5 C R6 S 1M +5V +3.1W M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION +5V VRE F Q25 MMBT3904LT1 MMBT3906LT1 Q26 PRODUCT LINE: U22 LM431 GND GND PROCES S : 1.3V U3 LM1117MP X-3.00K 0.1uF R110 SY NC FB GND GND VC LT1767EMS8E 1. GND D S CALE S1023002 N/A PA T NO.1uF +8V L1 8.2uF 25V .1uF + C 36 100uF 6.1uF R183 10.0K 0.3V GND GND GND GND GND +5V R186 C 83 C 84 R185 GND GND 2.

DSP RE V.0K LM431 6 LM339M (3=VBULK.2K R102 LM339M 10 R 85 C 65 20.3V Q24 MMBT3904LT1 GND GND .1uF IMOTORBUS P RES S U E R _SNOR E BRAKE _ E S NSE 7 8 5 6 7 8 5 6 ANA0 ANA1 ANA2 ANA3 ANA4 ANA5 ANA6 ANA7 TCK T MS TDI DE TDO TRS T RN 3:D RN 10:A RN 10:B RN 10:C 4 1 2 3 14 15 17 12 23 24 10 10 10 10 10 10 6 5 7 7 6 5 3 4 2 2 3 4 RN 5:C RN 5:D RN 7:B RN 5:B RN 7:C 7:D RN RN 4:B RN 4:A RN 6:D RN 6:C RN 6:B RN 6:A 9:D RN RN 9:C 2 1 4 3 2 1 4 3 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 31 32 33 35 36 37 38 39 PWM_AT PWM_AB P WM_BT 4 SS 5 MIS O 6 MOS I 7 SC LK 5 8 7 6 10 10 10 10 P WM_BB R113 10.0K R114 10.01uF .1uF + C 35 + C 46 100uF 6.3V .1uF . 03 C .1uF U11:B 1 8 R N8:A 1 1K 8 LM339M (3=VBULK.HALLWIRTH ED MS ED MS 9-1-04 ED MS ED MS 5 OF 10 .00M Y1 4 GND 56F801FA80 TCS VSS VSS VSS VSS VS S A 13 9 19 29 43 27 1 8.2uF 25V C 48 R 78 IA TEMP_WINDING T MS T DI 10.3V GND VBULK 4 U11:A /DS P _RE S E T 2 7 R N8:B 2 1K R 66 499 1/4W R 82 39.1uF .0K PAGE 6 . 12=G ND) R117 3.3V 41 VCAPC 1 18 VCAPC 2 10 10 10 GND GND GND GND GND U10 BRAKE PP5 /BR A KE VDD VDD VDD VDD VDDA 10 20 28 42 26 FAULT . R 12 1023002 SHE E T 1031260. 12=GND) 7 11 U23 10.VRE F 4 R N17:A 1 1K +3.3V 5 U11:D 13 (3=VBULK.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE SCHEMATICS R116 EX T_DSP _R E S E T /DS P_TR S T P WM_C T P WM_C B /DS P _RE S E T /IR E QA +3.01uF .32K +3.0K R 83 499 1/4W VBULK LM339M (3=VBULK.01uF 100uF 6.1uF C 40 .0K M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 7 8 5 6 7 8 P WMA0 P WMA1 P WMA2 P WMA3 P WMA4 P WMA5 8 TXDO 11 RX D0 PP1 6 PP1 7 RN 5:A 10:D 4 10 5 R N 10 8 1 RN 9:B RN 9:A RN 11:D RN 11:C RN 11:B RN 11:A 2 1 4 3 2 1 10 10 10 10 10 10 40 44 45 46 47 48 4:D 4 10 5 RN 7:A 8 10 1 RN GND GND GND 25 RESE T 16 IRE QA 21 TAL EX 22 XTAL R8 0 1.00MHZ VBULK +3.01uF C 44 GND R 79 R 81 100K 100K 2 R N17:B 3 1K GND GND GND GND 3:A 8 1 RN 3:B 7 2 RN 3:C 6 3 RN 1 TD0 2 TD1 3 TD2 GND 4:C 3 6 RN 10 30 FAULTA0 VRE F +3. 12=G ND) Q23 MMBT3904LT1 3. 12=G ND) U11:C 14 6 R N8:C 3 1K R115 10.0K GND T CK IB T DO /DS P_TR S T DSP _S S DSP _S O DSP _S I DSP _S C K GND GND 2. REV.1uF GND VRE F 34 C 51 . GND D S CALE S1023002 N/A PA T NO.2uF 25V SC ALED_VBULK .3V C 45 GND C 47 2.3V VBULK PP1 8 8:D 5 4 RN 1K PP1 9 GND PRODUCT LINE: 9 /THER A Y_RE S E T P P ROCES S : MIC ROPAP TITLE : THE RAPY SC HEMATIC DRN BY: SI E Z C HK BY: AP P RBY: DRAWING NO.32K GND +3.3V C 37 C 39 C 41 C 42 C 43 C 38 .

1uF MC74VHC1GT32 (3=GND.83K 10.0K R130 1.5=+3.0K GND U15 4 GND 10.00K R123 MICRO_S O 2 1 MC74VHC1GT32 (3=GND.3V GND PROG_SI U24 4 R192 100 GND J 6:K PP1 2 J 6:L 11 12 MC74VHC1GT32 (3=GND. 8 J10:H 9 J10:I I/O C ONNEC TORS R EV. 03 B AS40-04 GND 2 J 6:D J 6:E 4 J 6:C S ENSOR_SS U4 1 TO S ENSOR BOARD 6 7 LOW_LIMIT J 6:H R 135 1.3V) GND 20. 10 J10:J 11 J10:K D S CALE S1023002 N/A PART NO. REV.PAGE 7 GND .00K J 6:J J 6:I 8 9 10 MC74VHC1GT32 (3=GND.H ALLWIRTH E DMS E DMS 9-1-04 E DMS E DMS 6 OF 10 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE SCHEMATICS .5=+5V) R121 10.3V) /THER APY_RE S E T 2 1 +3.0K 1 2 3 MICRO_S I 4 B AS40-04 2 C R11 R120 10.5=+5V) GND GND VRE F 4 TEMP_WINDING R 42 24.3V J 6:A 1 2 3 4 5 J 6:F J 6:G GND HIGH_LIMIT 1 2 J 6:B S ENSOR_RE S E T C R19 3 R148 MC74VHC1GT32 (3=GND.3V) R122 1031260.+5V +8V +3.5=+3.9 J 4:A CONN M 2 PIN 100 1 R 84 24. 12 1023002 SHE E T C .0K C 66 R5 3 10.0K R112 2 MICRO_S CK 3.9 J 4:B CONN M 2 PIN 100 U14 1 MOTOR 2 1 J10:A GND GND 2 J10:B PP3 3 /DS P_TR ST J10:C PP4 PRODUCT LINE: 4 J10:D J10:E 6 J10:F MICROPAP PROCES S : TITLE : 7 J10:G GND THE RAPY S CHEMATIC DRN BY: CHK BY: APPRBY: S IZE DRAWING NO.5=+3.0K DSP PROGR AMMER TCK TDO TDI TMS /DS P_RE S E T 5 R128 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION U13 1 PRE S S U E_SNOR E R * +3.3V GND * GND PROG_SCK .

+3.3V 1 1 1 +3.3V +3.3V 1 1
R118 1.00K

S W1

2

S W2

2

S W3

2

S W4

2

5 R N14:D 4 10K

6 R N14:C 3 10K

7 R N14:B 2 10K

8 R N14:A 1 10K 5 R N13:D 4 10K

6 R N13:C 3 10K

S W6 1
C 10 .1uF C6 .01uF C 60 .01uF C 61 .01uF

2

1

S W7 100uF 6.3V +3.3V +3.3V
1 2

2 100uF 6.3V
.1uF C 63 .1uF C8

7 R N13:B 2 10K

S W5

2

+ C7

+ C5

S W8 1 1 GND GND
C R10 B AS40-04

2

1

S W9

2

S W10 GND GND GND GND
VP P _ FLMD0 /THER A Y_RE S E T P

2 GND GND GND 1 1 1 VP P IC / 1
SE NSOR_RE S E T /E E _ S C

U1

S W11

2

P ROGR A MMING C ONNEC TOR

1:A 8 1 RN 1K 1:B 7 2 RN 1K 1:C 6 3 RN 1K 1:D 5 4 RN 1K 2:A 8 1 RN 1K 9 VDD 70 BVDD 34 EV DD
3

S W13

2

8

J 5:A J 5:D R137
VPP1

S W14 +3.3V
1 2 1 1 2

2 +3.3V +3.3V
2

2:B 7 2 RN 1K 2:C 6 3 RN 1K 61 P CM0/ WAIT 62 P CM1/CLKOUT 63 P CM2/ HLDAK 64 P CM3/ HLDR Q
/CS 0 /CS 1

6 7 17 18 19 20 21 P00/TOH0 P01/TOH1 P02/NMI P03/INTP0 P04/INTP1 P05/INTP2 P06/INTP3

J 5:B

VBULK
VP P _ FLMD0 AC C _ A P R S _TXD

R 43

59 P CS 0 CS 0 / 60 P CS 1 CS 1 /
C R8 C R9 C R15

ACC_ A P R S _RXD

GND GND
3
/UP WR 0

GND

C 55

C 32

C 56

C 33

C 59

C 58

B AS40-04

100pF

100pF

100pF

100pF

100pF C 34

100pF

100pF

B AS40-04

3

3

B AS40-04

FAULT SE NSOR_SS HUMID_COMM /THER A Y_RE S E T P /UP RD DSP _S S P ROG_SI A16 A17 MIC RO_S O P ROG_SC K

GND J 5:E J 5:F J 5:G J 5:J GND J 5:K R136 ZER O J 5:H
VPP2

10.0K

GND

GND

3 P10/ANO0 4 P11/ANO1

*

R 67

499 1/4W

R 68

499 1/4W

R187

499 1/4W

R188

R189

*
R5 8 ZER O
ACC_ D S A0 AC C _ C S L0 MIC RO_S I MIC RO_S O MIC RO_S C K EX T_DSP _R E S E T EESI EESO EES K C

*
+3.3V GND
R193 10.0K

65 P CT0/ WR 0 66 P CT1/ WR 1 67 P CT4/ RD 68 P CT6/AS T B

BLUE C R25 22 P40/S I00 23 P41/S O00 24 P42/S C K00

BLUE C R26

BLUE C R27

*
P DH0/A16 P DH1/A17 P DH2/A18 P DH3/A19 P DH4/A20 P DH5/A21 87 88 89 90 91 92

*

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 35 36 P30/TXD0 P31/R X D0 P32/ASC K0 P33/TI000/TO00 P34/TI001 P35/TI010/TO01 P 36 P 37 P38/S DA0 P39/S CL0

C R28

C R29

R 24

499 1/4W

R 37

499 1/4W

R138

1 GND
VER S ION A0

LS1

10.0K

1

2

1

2

C R1

R 54

B AS40-04

C R31

A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15

P50/TI011/R T P00/K R0 P51/TI50/R T P01/K R1 P52/TO50/R T P02/K R2 71 P DL0/AD0 P 53/S IA 0/RTP03/KR 3 72 P DL1/AD1 P54/S OA0/RTP04/K R4 73 P DL2/AD2 P55/S C KA0 /RTP05/K R 74 P DL3/AD3 75 P DL4/AD4 P70/ANI0 76 P DL5/AD5 P71/ANI1 77 P DL6/AD6 P72/ANI2 78 P73/ANI3 P DL7/AD7 79 P DL8/AD8 P74/ANI4 80 P75/ANI5 P DL9/AD9 81 P DL10/AD10 P76/ANI6 82 P DL11/AD11 P77/ANI7 83 P DL12/AD12 P90/A0/TXD1/K R6 84 P DL13/AD13 P91/A1/RXD1/K R7 85 P DL14/AD14 P92/A2/TI020/TO02 86 P DL15/AD15 P93/A3/TI021
D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5_FLMD1 D6 D7

2.00K 0.1W

B AS40-04

3

3

R197

10.0K

P CA C ONFIG C ODE
GND 12 X1 13 X2 4
R198 10.0K

R199 VOLT

R EASON F OR C HANG E

43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 +3.3V 10 RE C G P94/A4/TI030/TO03 P95/A5/TI031 P 96/A6/TI51/TO51 P97/A7/SI01 P98/A8/SO01 P99/A9/ SC K01 P910/A10/S IA 1 P 911/A11/S OA1 P912/A12/ S C KA1 P913/A13/INTP4 P914/A14/INTP5 P915/A15/INTP6 RESE T 14 1 AVR E F0 5 AVR E F1

/THER A Y_RE S E T P

+3.3V

0
+3.3V Y2 1 15 XT1 16 XT2
22pF

0

0

R5 2 100

GND

1

1.54K 0.440

C HANG E THE RMIS TOR R A NGE -10 TO +130C

+ C 62
C 57 .1uF

2
10.00MHZ
C 52 22pF C 53

3.32K 0.822

R199

6
+3.3V

30.1K 2.477

7
GND

69.8K 2.886

1.54K

R 41

R 40

10.0K

10.0K

R 32

10.0K R 34

10.0K R 46

+3.3V
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U2
1 2 3 4 CS SO WP VSS 25AA640 GND VCC HOLD SC K SI 8 7 6 5

10.0K

M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION
DSP _S O

3

6.04K 1.243

2 AVS S 69 BVS S 33 EV S S 11 VSS uPD70F3215 GND

100uF 6.3V

4

10.0K 1.650

GND

GND

5
GND GND

16.2K 2.041

+3.3V

3900pF

GND

C 93

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J 5:C FOR uPD70F3214 INS T ALL R137 FOR uPD70F3215 INS T ALL R136 PP1 PP2 J 5:I J 5:L VBULK
SC ALED_VBULK P RE S S U E R _SNOR E AC C _ C S _TYPE S _SWITCH AC C _ C DSP _S I DSP _S C K

Q28 BS S 138LT1

GND

37 38 39 40 41 42

2 PP6
A1 A2

100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93

+3.3V

GND

PULL BAC K PLANE S +3.3V VBULK

TO HUMIDIF IE R
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03 +3. D4 25 J 8:Y LCD C ONNEC TOR RE V.3V /WR 31 J 8:AE A0 32 J 8:AF .3V 4 J 8:D C 2- 14 J 8:N C 1C 79 C 78 1uF 1uF 15 J 8:O C 1+ 16 J 8:P C3 PP1 3 17 J 8:Q C5 18 J 8:R LCD_VOUT 19 J 8:S C 77 1uF C 75 1uF 1031260.3V GN D D7 D6 D5_FLMD1 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0 /CS 1 34 J 8:AH 10. D3 26 J 8:Z D2 27 J 8:AA D SC ALE S1023002 N/A PA T NO.PAGE 11 + C 73 100uF 6.3V GN D 5 J 8:E VR V5 6 J 8:F V4 7 J 8:G V3 8 J 8:H V2 9 J 8:I V1 10 J 8:J T O LCD VR5 11 J 8:K C 4 12 J 8:L C 2+ 13 J 8:M VSS 20 J 8:T VDD 21 J 8:U R140 /RE S 33 J 8:AG /THER A Y_RE S E T P /CS 0 SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE SCHEMATICS .HALLWIRT H ED MS ED MS 9-1-04 ED MS ED MS 10 OF 10 D0 /UP RD /UP WR 0 A0 29 J 8:AC /RD 30 J 8:AD +3.3V IRS 1 J 8:A /HP M 2 J 8:B P /S 3 J 8:C C 86 GN D C 70 1uF C 71 1uF C 69 1uF C 68 1uF C 72 1uF PP1 4 PP1 5 +3.0K M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION PRODUCT LINE: D7 22 J 8:V MIC ROPAP P ROCES S : TITLE : D6 23 J 8:W D5 24 J 8:X T HE R APY SC HEMATIC DRN BY: C HK BY: AP P RBY: SI E Z DRAWING NO.+3. REV. R 12 1023002 SHE E T D1 28 J 8:AB C .

0K 20.25K 1 RG DOWN 2 V+ VIN3 VIN+ VOUT 4 VRE F INA321 1.22uF 3 R8 R 27 2 +5V R 13 G ND C 22 C 16 R 32 10.0K R 16 6 G ND R 15 C7 4.00K * G ND 7 R 19 +5V C 28 +8V U2 S D101C W G ND J 3:A 10.7uF C 23 .82K R 31 4.6K +5V +8V +5V C 14 .J 2:B 2 1 R 21 J 2:A 200 R7 20.25K (4=GND. 8 =+8V) 2 49. 8 =+8V) R 24 1.1uF G ND R 22 10.1uF 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8. REV. D S CALE S1026637 1:1 P AR T NO.0K J 3:B J 3:C R N1:B 7 R N1:C 6 R N1:A 8 R N1:D 5 R N2:D 5 100 100 100 100 100 2 3 1 4 4 J 3:F J 3:E J 3:G J 3:D J 3:K J 3:L U4 1 2 3 6 5 7 4 11 12 U1:B R4 C 27 AIR F LOW S ENSOR DOWN G ND +5V +8V C 26 .0K 8 .22K R 11 C 21 +8V +8V V+ 7 6 VOUT 5 RE F G ND * .01uF R 28 +8V +5V 3 4 10.B OUT+ +5V 5 6 7 8 * * G ND 1 R 10 G ND * * C 29 .22K C6 1uF C 17 . R EV.0K . 1026637 S HE E T 2 1 OF 1031260.1uF C 18 G ND 8 S DA U5 +8V +8V R5 4.768 K HZ Y1 5 VSS 6 VSS TO MAIN B OARD Q2 1 MMBT3906LT 1 J 3:H S NORE 8 J 3:I C5 15pF PP4 PP5 15pF J 3:J R 20 G ND G ND 49.16K R3 MT1 5 +5V R2 +5V G ND R 14 49.9K 3 1 U3:B 10.1uF 10.1uF LM358DP 1 RG 2 VIN3 VIN+ 4 V- * S CL 19 20 1 2 3 4 17 18 R A0/AN0 R A1/AN1 RA 2/AN2/VRE FRA 3/AN3/VRE F+ R A4/AN4/T 0C KI R A5/MCLR/VP P R A6/OSC 2/CLKO R A7/OSC 1/CLKI RB 0/INT 7 R B DI/S DA 8 1/S R B DO/C C P 9 2/S 1 R B C P 1 M 10 3/C /PG R B CK /S CL 11 4/S R B5/S S 12 R B6/T1OSO/T1C KI/P GC 13 RB 7/T1OSI/P GD 14 32.0K PAGE 12 .01uF 2 6 G ND C4 G ND 2 G ND G ND 4 R 12 C 20 G ND 4 * R 18 3 G ND R 34 C 15 (4=GND.SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE SCHEMATICS * U6 1 MC74VHC1GT 32 (3=GND.HALLWIRT H ED MS ED MS 5-5-05 ED MS ED MS DRAWING NO. 03 1 .00K Q1 MMBT3904LT 1 EN BP U7 G ND 2.5K R6 C R1 C R2 80.5K 7 * 5 R 30 G ND G ND P IC16LF819-I/S S U1:A R9 R 29 G ND * .9K 6 1uF R 17 VDD 16 VDD 15 C 19 1uF 8.5 =+5V) G ND * * * * VP P /MCLR VDD 3 R N2:C 6 100 J 1:A J 1:B J 1:C P GD P GC 1 2 3 J 1:D J 1:E G ND 4 5 2 R N2:B 7 100 1 R N2:A 8 100 G ND G ND RESE T R 23 1.9K 9 10 G ND G ND C 30 +5V * C 10 .01uF 100 +5V 5 7 LM358DP C3 G ND RESE T S DI S DO S CK SS +5V B1 C R2032RH1 S D101C W R1 3.1uF R 33 100 * G ND U3:A * MT2 1 +VS S CL 2 VOUT VPP 3 G ND S DA 4 B OUT.2uF G ND 1 VIN VO 5 1uF C 25 G ND G ND C 24 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION P RODUCT LINE: G ND 2 LP2985 G ND MPAP P ROCES S : T IT LE : S CHEMATIC S IZ E DRN BY: C HK BY: AP P RBY: P RES S U ELES S R S ENSOR B OARD C .

768 K HZ Y1 100 100 100 100 100 2 3 1 4 4 J 3:F J 3:E J 3:G J 3:D J 3:K J 3:L J 3:H S NORE 1 2 3 6 5 7 4 11 12 8 J 3:I J 3:J 9 10 G ND G ND +8V +8V G ND +8V TO MAIN B OARD LM358DP Q2 2 U1:A R 29 1 MMBT3906LT 1 +5V G ND 1 G ND U3:A MT2 1 5 +VS S CL 2 6 VOUT VPP 3 7 G ND S DA 4 8 B OUT. 8 =+5V) G ND C 15 G ND G ND 1uF .5K 1uF C 17 C 21 .25K MT1 R2 +5V G ND +5V 5 7 R 14 49. G ND G ND D S CALE S1023226 1:1 P AR T NO. REV.1uF 10.5K G ND 6 G ND 4 1 U3:B 10.66K G ND (4=GND.25K LM358DP (4=GND.9K C 16 R 32 10.9K U6 R 20 C 30 C 10 .0K .PAGE 13 1 .6K 1.01uF 100 +5V 8 7 6 5 R1 3.1uF 80.22uF .22K C6 20. 8 =+8V) 2 49.01uF R 28 +8V +5V 3 4 10. 1023226 S HE E T 4 1 OF SLEEP THERAPY DEVICE SCHEMATICS .82K R 31 .0K C 28 .1uF G ND R 22 10.5K 7 R 30 C4 15pF PP4 PP5 15pF R 34 2 4 C5 * * R 10 10.1uF 4.2uF M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION U4 U1:B 7 +5V G ND 6 5 5 VSS 6 VSS 5 R9 G ND G ND 19 20 1 2 3 4 17 18 R A0/AN0 R A1/AN1 RA 2/AN2/VRE FRA 3/AN3/VRE F+ R A4/AN4/T 0C KI R A5/MCLR/VP P R A6/OSC 2/CLKO R A7/OSC 1/CLKI RB 0/INT 7 R B DI/S DA 8 1/S R B DO/C C P 9 2/S 1 R B C P 1 M 10 3/C /PG R B CK /S CL 11 4/S R B5/S S 12 R B6/T1OSO/T1C KI/P GC 13 RB 7/T1OSI/P GD 14 1 RG DOWN 2 VINV+ 3 VIN+ VOUT 4 VRE F INA321 G ND P IC16LF819-I/S S C 29 1031260.0K 20.0K 3 R8 2 LM358DP +5V R 33 (4=GND.01uF .16K G ND R3 8.9K LM358DP R 18 3 20.00K J 3:A J 3:B J 3:C R N1:B 7 R N1:C 6 R N1:A 8 R N1:D 5 R N2:D 5 32.0K 1uF C 25 C 24 2.1uF 3 R 12 C 20 8.1uF (4=GND.0K R 16 G ND 100 R 15 C7 4.1uF C 18 .5K R6 80.6K +5V +5V B1 C R2032RH1 J 2:A 2 1 G ND U2 +8V 1.0K R 24 1.7uF C 23 . 8 =+5V) +5V 49. R EV.9K 6 C3 1uF VDD 16 VDD 15 C 19 1uF 1 RG DOWN 2 V+ VIN3 VIN+ VOUT 4 VRE F INA321 C 14 R 19 +5V S D101C W R 17 R4 C 27 AIR F LOW S ENSOR 8 S DA U5 +8V G ND +8V C 26 S CL .00K Q1 MMBT3904LT 1 EN BP U7 G ND G ND 1 VIN VO 5 LP2985 P RODUCT LINE: G ND 2 MPAP P ROCES S : T IT LE : G ND S CHEMATIC S IZ E DRN BY: C HK BY: AP P RBY: S ENSOR B OARD C .B OUT+ S Z76105 ASDX001D44R * VP P /MCLR VDD G ND 3 R N2:C 6 100 J 1:A J 1:B J 1:C P GD P GC 1 2 3 J 1:D J 1:E G ND R 23 4 5 2 R N2:B 7 100 1 R N2:A 8 100 G ND RESE T 1.1uF 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8. 03 J 2:B R 21 200 R7 20.5 =+5V) G ND G ND G ND 49.22K R5 R 11 4.HALLWIRT H ED MS ED MS 9-14-04 ED MS ED MS DRAWING NO.C R1 C R2 S D101C W +8V +5V .01uF G ND R 13 G ND C 22 .00K R 27 1 MC74VHC1GT 32 (3=GND. 8 =+8V) G ND RESE T S DI S DO S CK SS 10.

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Do not copy the schematics or disclose them to third parties beyond the purpose for which they are intended. and void warranties. Repairs and testing are supported only at the complete board level. The Schematics are proprietary and confidential. REV. 1031698. prohibit lot tracking of electronic components. Any changes of components could effect the reliability of the device. New revisions may or may not be distributed in the future.PAGE 1 M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION .M SERIES HEATED HUMIDIFIER SCHEMATICS PROPRIETARY STATEMENT Schematics are supplied with this manual in direct support of the sale and purchase of this product. The schematics are intended to satisfy administrative requirements only. 02 M SERIES HEATED HUMIDIFIER SCHEMATICS . The schematics are of the revision level in effect at the time this manual was last revised. Patents are pending. They are not intended to be used for component level testing and repair.

25mm S M NN T 3 5 1 HEAT_LE V L E J 7:E Y1 4 P IC16LF819-I/S S GND 5 VSS 6 VSS B AS40-04 VPP/MCLR 19 20 1 2 3 4 17 18 RA 0/AN0 RA 1/AN1 RA 2/AN2/VRE F RA 3/AN3/VRE F + RA 4/AN4/T0C KI R A MCLR /VP P 5/ RA 6/OSC 2/CLKO RA 7/OSC 1/CLKI RB 0/INT 7 R B DI/S DA 8 1/S R B DO/C C P 9 2/S 1 R B C P GM 10 3/C 1/P RB C 4/S K/S C 11 L R B S S 12 5/ RB 6/T1OSO/T1C KI/P GC 13 R B7/T 1OSI/P GD 14 2 8.3V 3 * C3 1uF C4 GND RH % 4 +3. R E FER TO S E AR A BILL OF MATER I LS FOR ADDITIONAL P AR T INFOR M P TE A ATION.01uF 1 J 7:A CO F 5 PIN 1.3V J 2:B GND 3 J 2:C 3 B AS40-04 1 C R3 J 2:A +3.3V J 4:C C5 1 1 GND +3.3V S 1M 1 GND R6 8.INDIC ATES ITE M NOT INS T S ALLED. PRODUCT LINE: 1 J9 MIC ROPAP PROCES S : TITLE : 1 J 10 S CHEMATIC GND DRN BY: C HK BY: AP P RBY: SI E Z HEATE D HUMIDIF IE R DRAWING NO.1uF C R4 +3. 02 C .00MHZ J 7:B GND CO F 5 PIN 1.3V J 1:B J 1:C 1 1 J 6:A * 2 3 GND P GD P GC TO P LATE THE RMIS TOR P LATE _TEMP 2 J 6:B DEB UG C ONNEC TOR J 1:D J 1:E 4 5 1:B 7 2 RN 100 1:A 8 1 RN 100 GND GND F1 3.3 DATA GND TO MAIN B OARD 100 R1 0 1 IN GND OUT +3.VBULK +3. RE V.3V U3 HEAT_LE V L E C6 .3V +3.25mm S M NN T .2uF C1 GND GND GND GND R9 LED_CONTROL TO HUMIDITY S ENSOR GND T O C ONTR OL K NOB VBULK 4 J 7:D C 10 CO F 5 PIN 1. REV.9K +3.15A 250V R 14 R V1 402K 1/8W C 13 S14K320 .3V GND PP4 DATA P GC P GD 2 CO F 5 PIN 1.3V 1uF GND GND AMBIE N T_TEMP 2 3 +3.1uF 1.25mm S M NN T Q2 MMBT3904LT1 100 100K 22pF 3 J 7:C CO F 5 PIN 1.3V 1 2 C 14 1uF C R2 VBULK U2 LP2950CDT-3.66K B AS40-04 GND C R6 2 4 J 2:D R 19 GND 2 3 +3.3V RH % J 4:A 2 J 4:B 100 R1 1 R 12 49.HALLWIRTH ED MS ED MS 11-4-04 11-4-04 11-4-04 1 .1uF GND GND R5 10.M SERIES HEATED HUMIDIFIER SCHEMATICS 2 B AS40-04 .25mm S M NN T C8 C 11 .01uF J 4:D C R5 GND +3.00K PAGE 2 . HEAT_CONTROL PP5 1:C 6 3 RN 100 2.068uF 275V R 17 165 1/8W CO FA ON TA NN ST B R 16 AC IN 402K 1/8W M SERIES SERVICE & TECHNICAL INFORMATION 8 MM B AR R I E R VBULK U1 R2 R1 8 6 5 4 MOC3062 Q1 MMBT3904LT1 C R1 Q6008N H4 8A 3 267 1/8W R4 100 2 R1 1 11 11 1 J 3:A CO M 2 PIN 156 NN HEATE R P LATE 2 J 3:B CO M 2 PIN 156 NN NOT ES : 1. 1024897 SH ET E 4 1 OF 1031698. PP6 8 MM B AR R IER * . CO FA ON TA NN ST B D S CALE S1024897 N/A PAR T NO.1uF 3 1 C2 2.1uF R 13 22pF C 12 R8 GND 165 1/8W R 15 267 1/8W C7 R7 .3V GND VPP/MCLR 1:D 5 4 RN 100 J 1:A +3.25mm S M NN T .3V AMBIE N T_TEMP PP1 PP2 PP3 LED_CONTROL HEAT_CONTROL GND 1 C9 .0K P LATE _TEMP VDD 16 VDD 15 +3.

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