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NINGBO DAVID

SERVICE MANUAL

TI-2000 TRANSPORT INCUBATOR

NINGBO DAVID MEDICAL DEVICE CO., LTD.  ADD: NO.158 DAQING ROAD SHIPU TOWN XIANGSHA N COUNTY ZHEJIANG PROVINCE P.R.CHINA POST CODE: 315731

FAX: 0086-574-65962111 0086-574-65962111

MARKETING CENTER: NO. 100, JINGHUA ROAD, HI-TECH INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE, NINGBO, CHINA POST CODE: 315000 TEL: 0086-574-87800008, 0086-574-87800008, 87800009 E-MAIL: [email protected]

FAX: 0086-574-878011 0086-574-87801111 11 [email protected]

WEBSITE: http://www.nbdavid.com EUROPEAN REPRESENTATIVE: SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL HOLDING CORP. GMBH (EUROPE)  ADD: EIFFESTRASSE 80, 20537 HAMBURG, GERMANY GERMA NY TEL: 0049-40-2513175 0049-40-2513175

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WARRANTY

The product described in this manual is warranted against defects in materials or workmanship for one year from the dates of shipment except the following items: 1. All consumable and disposable products are guaranteed to be free for repairing because of defects upon shipment only. 2. Normal drop-in services are not included in the 1-year warranty. 3.Damage caused by improper carrying; for example, drop the device on the ground during transporting or moving. 4. Damage caused by fire, earthquake, flood and other natural calamity. During the warranty period any defective parts other than those listed above will be replaced at no charge to the customer. This warranty is rendered void and our company cannot be held liable for conditions resultant there from if: 1.Damage to the unit is incurred as a result of mishandling. 2.The customer fails to maintain the unit in a proper manner. 3.The customer uses any spare parts, accessories, or fittings not specified or sold by our company when this product is changed, maintained or repaired. 4.Damage caused by ignoring the attention or instruction of the manual. 5.Damage caused by ignorance of the instructions in this manual. 6.Damage caused by the environment of operation, including the electric condition or installation conditions, which do not accord with the instruction of the manual. 7.Damage caused by unauthorized dealer. 8.Damage caused by reducing the system safety due to stalling the accessories, which do not accord with the safety requirements of this product. 9.Enlarge the application scope of this product at will. The company is not responsible for the invalid warranty caused by the damages accidentally including the wastage, the belongings damages or individual injury. Prior to initial use, the capability and mechanized integrity of the product should be tested, afterward, at least once every one year; at the same time, a record is a must. To comply with this standard, we recommend that you participate in our preventive maintenance program during the warranty period. This service can be performed by certified technicians and authorized dealers that have passed through our product service department. i I6

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SERVICE COMMITMENT

For optimal performance, product service should be performed only by qualified service personnel. Technical Services representatives can be reached for fixations and are dispatched for required maintenance by calling 0086-574-87800002, 87801003. Customers outside China should contact their local factory-authorized distributor for service. The device, accessories and the packaging have to be disposed of waste correctly at the end of the usage. Please follow Local Ordinances or Regulations for disposal. COMPLEMENTARY NOTICE

Since our factory, conducts a continuous product improvement program, circuit and component improvements are sometimes incorporated into equipment before they can be incorporated into the printed manuals. Therefore, some parts used in your equipment may be different than those which appear in the parts list of this manual. This sometimes occurs due to difficulty in parts procurement, but does not alter the function of the equipment When this occurs, changed material is provided on separate sheets of the manual. If it brings about trouble in reading this manual, we beg your pardon. This manual contains all of the repairs information. Repairs and authorized modifications should be performed only by qualified service personnel to maintain your warranty and to avoid creating safety hazards. We cannot assume responsibility for any conditions affecting the proper operation of this equipment which may result from unauthorized repair or modification. TABLE OF DEFINITIONS AND SYMBOLS

TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS INCUBATOR TEMPERATURE. Air temperature at a point 10cm above and centered over the mattress surface. INCUBATOR TEMPERATURE. Air temperature at a point 10cm above and centered over the mattress surface. INCUBATOR TEMPERATURE EQUILIBRIUM. The condition reached when the average incubator temperature

does not vary more than 1.0℃ over a period of one hour. TEMPERATURE UNIFORMITY. The amount by which the average temperature at each of four points 10cm

above the mattress surface differs from the average incubator temperature at temperature equilibrium. TEMPERATURE VARIABILITY. The variability of the incubator temperature that will be observed over a

one-hour period after incubator temperature equilibrium has been reached. TEMPERATURE RISING TIME. The time required for the incubator temperature

to rise 11℃, when the air

control temperature is at least 12℃ above ambient. TEMPERATURE ALARM CHECKOUT STATE. The difference point between the real temperature and control

temperature is within ±0.2℃ and such status lasts for over 3 minute.(When check out the temperature alarm function, operation should be enter this state.) ii

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NOTE, IMPORTANT, CAUTION AND WARNING NOTE: A note is inserted in text to point out procedures or conditions that may otherwise be misinterpreted or

overlooked. A note may also be used to clarify apparently contradictory or confusing situations. IMPORTANT:  Similar to a Note but used where greater emphasis is required. CAUTION:  A Caution is insert in a text to call attention to a procedure that if not followed exactly, can lead to

damage or destruction of the equipment or improper operation. WARNING: A Warning is insert in a text to call attention to dangerous or hazardous conditions inherent to the

operation, cleaning, and maintenance of the equipment that may result in personal injury or death of the operator or patient.

SYMBOLS  Att  Atte entio tion! Consult Accompanying Accompanying Documents.

Skin Mode Mode Key

Class I Equipment

Air Mode Mode Key

Type BF Applied Part

Temperature Set Point Up Key

Caution: Caution: Electri Electric c Shock Hazard

Temperat emperature ure Set Point Down Down Key

Protective Protective Earth (Ground) (Ground)

Set Key

Earth (Ground) (Ground)

Silence/Reset Key

Caution, Hot Surface

Battery Battery Acti Active ve Indica Indicator  tor 

Controller Switch On

Controller Switch Off 

Power Switch On

Power Switch Off  DC12V 10A/24V 6A Power Supply  AC  AC 220-23 -230V ,50 ,50Hz Power Supply

Lighting Switch On

Lighting Switch Off 

>37℃ fun functio tion key

>37℃ indicator 

3.15AL/250V F Type Fuse

CE MARKING

Date Of Manufact Manufacture ure

Serial Serial Number iii

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SEASONAL SAFETY CHECK

1. Please clean the plug of power cord at least once a year. Too much dust on plug may cause the fire. 2. The following safety checks should be performed at least every 12 months by a qualified person who has adequate training, knowledge, and practical experience to perform these tests. The data should be recorded in an equipment log. If the device is not functioning properly or fails any of the above tests, the device has to be repaired. 1 . Inspect the equipment and accessories for mechanical and functional damage. ○ 2. ○

Inspect Inspect the safety relevan relevantt labels for legibility. legibility.

3 . Inspect the fuse to verify compliance with rated current and breaking characteristics. ○ 4 . Verify that the device functions properly as described in the instructions for use. ○ 5 . Test the protection earth resistance according IEC 60601-1:1988 + A1:1991 + A2:1995: ○

Limit 0.1Ω.

6 . Test the earth leakage current according IEC 60601-1:1988 + A1:1991 + A2:1995: Limit: ○

NC 500μ A,  A,

SFC: 1000μ A.  A. 7 . Test the enclosure leakage current according to IEC 60601-1:1988 + A1:1991 + A2:1995: ○

Limit: NC

100μ A,  A, SFC: 500μ A.  A. 8 . ○

Test the patient leakage current according IEC 60601-1:1988 + A1:1991 + A2:1995: Limit: for a.c.:

100μ A (BF (BF), for for d.c.: .c.: 10μ A (BF). 9 . ○

Test the patient leakage current under single fault condition with mains voltage on the applied part

according IEC 60601-1:1988 + A1:1991 + A2:1995: Limit: for a.c.:500μ A (BF (BF), for for d.c.: .c.: 50μ A (BF (BF). 10 . According to the test methods of IEC 60601-1:1988 + A1:1991 + A2:1995, the patient leakage current ○

(net voltage should be added on the applied part) of the testing device must less than 5000μ A.  A. 11 . Test the patient auxiliary leakage current according IEC 60601-1:1988 + A1:1991+ A2:1995: Limit: NC ○

for a.c.: 100μ A (BF), for for d.c.: .c.: 10μ A (BF).S ).SFC 500μ A (BF (BF), for for d.c.: .c.: 50μ A (BF (BF).

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION

PAGE

1. GENERAL INFORMATION………………………………………………………………………… 1-1

1.1 INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………………… 1-1 1.2 A .2 AC CCESSORIES IES…………………………………………………………………………………… 1-1 2. INSTALLATION ………………………………………………………………………………… 2-1

2.1 UNPACKING……………………………………………………………………………………… 2-1 2.2 ASSEMBLING THE HOOD ON THE CABINET……………………………………………………… 2-1 2.3 2.3 CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL POWER SOURCES……………………………………………… 2-4 2.4 INSTALLATION OF OXYGEN CYLINDERS……………………………………………………… 2-5 2.5 CONNECTION OF REGULATOR……………………………………………………………… 2-5 2.6 2.6 OPERATION TION CHECKOUT CHECKOUT PROCEDURE…………………………………………………………… 2-6 3.TECHNICAL INFORMATION………………………………………………………………………… 3-1

3.1SPECIFICATION…………………………………………………………………………………… 3-1 3.2 WORKING PRICIPLE ………………………………………………………………………… 3-6 3.2.1 GENERAL…………………………………………………………………………………… 3-6 3.2.2 TEMPERATURE CONTROL…………………………………………………………………… 3-9 3.2.3 ALARMS………………………………………………………………………………………… 3-9 3.2.4 SILENT HAND PORTS, IRIS PORTS AND IV SOFT PORT……………………………………… 3-12 4.

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE………………………………………………………………… 4-1

4.1 GENERAL……………………………………………………………………………………… 4-1 4.2 CLEANING……………………………………………………………………………………… 4-1 4.2.1 DISASSEMBLY FOR CLEANING……………………………………………………………… 4-1 4.2.2 CLEANING AFTER DISASSEMBLY……………………………………………………………… 4-3 4.2.3 REASSEMBLY AFTER CLEANING…………………………………………………………… 4-4 4.3 GAS STERILIZATION…………………………………………………………………………… 4-6

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5. MAINTENANCE…………………………………………………………………………………… 5-1

5.1 INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………………… 5-1 5.2 REPLACEMENT OF INNER BATTERY AND FUSE………………………………………………… 5-1 5.3 REPLACEMENT OUTER FUSE………………………………………………………………… 5-2 5.4 MAINTENANCE AND REPALCEMENT AND THE STORAGE BATTERY…………………………… 5-2 5.5 SYSTEM SET PROCEDURE……………………………………………………………………… 5-4 5.5.1 INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………………… 5-4 5.5.2 BRIEF INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………… 5-4 5.5.3 PROCEDURE…………………………………………………………………………………… 5-5 5.6 PROCEDURE OF TROUBLRE-SHOOTING………………………………………………………… 5-7 5.6.1 INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………………… 5-7 5.6.2 TEST DEVICE…………………………………………………………………………………… 5-7 5.6.3 TEMPERATURE SIMULATION DEVICE………………………………………………………… 5-8 5.6.4 ALARM CODE…………………………………………………………………………………… 5-9 5.6.5 CHECK FLOW CHART………………………………………………………………………… 5-11 6. REPLACEMENT SPARE PARTS…………………………………………………………………… 6-1

6.1 PREFACE………………………………………………………………………………………… 6-1 7. DIAGRAMS………………………………………………………………………………………… 7-1

7.1 GENERAL………………………………………………………………………………………… 7-1

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SECTION 1 GENERAL INFORMATION 1.1 INTRODUCTION

This manual provides instructions for installation, maintenance and repair the David transport Incubators, Model TI-2000. This manual is intended for use only by trained, qualified service personnel. Instructions for the operator of the equipment are provided in a separate operator’s manual.

1.2 ACCESSORIES

 Accessories available of use with the Incubators are illustrated in Figure 1.1. Refer to Section 6 of this manual for part numbers.

I.V. POL E PAWL L ATCH

 ACCESS DOOR

ACCESS DOOR L ATCH

I.V. SOFT PORT

HOOD TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER

HOOD RETAINER

OXYGEN CYLINDER CART LOCK MECHANISM

HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT LATCH

CASTER

FIGUER 1.1 DESCRIPTION OF PARTS

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SECTION 2 INSTALLATION

2.1 UNPACKING Typically, the stand and the hood are shipped in separate cartons. When removing the equipment from the cartons, take care not to scratch or damage unprotected surfaces. Remove all packing materials from the shell assembly and check all the spare parts according to the packing list.

2.2 ASSEMBLING THE HOOD ON THE STAND WARNING: For safety, the Transport Incubator should always be handled by two persons.  A. See figure 2.1, install the caster and connect the unit stand and the unit box. 1. Install the spring washer on the wheel, and then connect the stand, fasten it with spanner and from the connection of support pole and stand.

Support Pole Connect the wheel Connect the support pole NOTE: Two Long Support Poles must be installed closing with the side of the Height Adjustment Locking Handle when installing the Support Poles. 2. Place the unit box on the unit stand correctly, pull out the fixed lock as the arrow 1 indicates, and make it break away the unit stand as the arrow 2 indicates. Main Bod y

 Adjustable Stand Fixing Lock

CORRECT POSITION INSTALL MAIN

LOCK THE MAIN BODY AND ADJUSTABLE STAND

BODY ONTO THE ADJUSTABLE STAND

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LOCKED STATUS

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UNLOCKED STATUS

FIGURE 2.1 ASSEMBLING THE MAIN BODY ONTO THE ADJUSTABLE STAND B. Refer to figure2.2, Pull out the Height Adjustment Latch follow arrow 1, and the same time raise the  Adjustable Stand toward the arrow 2, lock the Wheel of the Stand when the Unit rise the top place.

Height Adjust ment Latch

Please read section 2.2 carefully when operating the unit stand. 1

When placing the unit body on the stand, you must ensure that it is in the state of the fixing and locking condition (see figure 2.1) to avoid the unit body falling from the stand when moving.

2

Unit stand: three steps adjusstable, when adjust its height, see figure 2.2, first, pull the control pole, loosen it after giving the strength for lifting or lowering the unit stand, and then you can adjust its height. When adjust then in the right position, ir will sound “ka”, or else, the unit stand can not be adjusted to the right position.

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WHEEL LOCKED

NOTE: The Wheels faced down as to be locked indicated by arrow 3. The Wheels faced down as to be unlocked indi cated by arrow 4. FIGURE 2.2 RAISE THE STAND AND LOCK THE WHEEL

WARNING: To prevent i njur y, keep fingers clear of Wheels and other mo ving parts. WARNING: To prevent the Incubator from sliding when parked on an incline, the Stand front l ocking casters must b e facing down the incline and locked. C. See figure 2.3, Insert the I.V Pole into the base of I.V Pole in the way of arrow 1, and then tighten it in the way of arrow 2. I.V. Pole

1

I.V. Pole Base

FIGURE 2.3

INSTALL THE I.V. POLE

WARNING: The Incubator must be attached to the Stand using the lock mechanism provided. Failure to do so could result in the Incubator separating from the Stand if sufficiently til ted, particularly with the Incubator transport.

2.3 CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL POWER SOURCES  A. The AC Power Cord Receptacle can be connected to standard 3-wire hospital outlet.(See figure 4.1) B. The External DC Power Cord Receptacle should be connected with The External DC Power Cord provided, and their voltage should be according with requirement in Table 1.1. (See figure 4.1) 2-3 I6

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CAUTION: Make sure correct continuity of ground between chassis of battery and AC PLUG groundingp in before use. To ensure grounding reliability, connect AC power cable only to a properly grounded 3-wire hospital-grade or hospital-use outlet of the proper voltage and frequency. DO NOT USE EXTENSION CORDS.

2.4 INSTALLATION OF OXYGEN CYLINDER WARNING: The oxygen cylinders can become hazardous projectiles if the gas is released rapidly due to damage or other causes. Cylinders must be securely fastened to prevent movement or damage.  A. Before attempting to install the Oxygen Cylinders, ensure that the Draw Clamp Keeper for the retaining clamp is in the proper position for the size of oxygen cylinders being mounted on the incubator. B. Slide the oxygen cylinder into the compartment provided after lock button connection press lock wrench toward arrow direction to fix oxygen bottle. Tighten the yokes on the cylinders; make sure the cylinders are firmly clamped (See Firgure2.4). LOCK HAND

CYLINDER

DRAW HOOK Cylinder must be tig htening to pr event it movement. FIGURE 2.4 TIGHTEN CYLINDER

2.5 CONNECTION OF REGULATOR Refer to the figure 2.5; connect regulator with oxygen cylinder in the proper position. After connection, the oxygen pressure gauge must be placed in level.

FIGURE 2.5 CONNECT OXYGEN FEEDING VALVE 2-4 I6

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2.6 OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT PROCEDURE The Operational Checkout should be performed before the Incubator is first placed into service and after any disassembly for cleaning or maintenance. WARNING 1. Infant must be taking out from the incubator before general operation and functional checkout procedure. 2. Incubator must be stopped to use if it cannot pass the following operation checkout procedure or find any foreseeable trouble. The troubleshooting must be serviced by qualified person. 3. The checkout procedure related to temperature enable to use, only when set temperature must be high 3 than ambient temperature.

A

Check to tighten the wheels

CAUTION: Before mount the main body of the incubator on the stand, checkout wheels must be operated as follow. User to avoid the risk of the wheel should check the wheel regular. Elevate each end of incubator approximately 2cm and test on each wheel one by one. A loosened wheel can result in incubator instability or tip-over while Incubator is transported. Do not use Incubator before the loosened wheel is replaced. IMPORTANT: Two people are required to implement the test. One elevates Incubator and the other check the wheel. The minimum weight of Incubator to be elevated is approximately 100 kilograms. B

Check different parts of Hood and stand: Follow the procedures illustrated by figures. Perform this Operational Checkout Procedure along with the Operational Checkout Procedure provided

for the Controller before first placing the Incubator into service and after any disassembly or maintenance. CHECK STAND

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Pull out the Height Adjustment Latch follow arrow 1 and at the same time press the stand, the stand should fall down slowly until the minimum height, release the Height Adjustment Latch, it should be locked automatically. The stand should have two-step adjustable height and can lock automatically. NOTE: The stand of incubator should be dropped down to the lowest height when the Incubator pushed into ambulance. CHECK FRONT ACCESS PANEL

2 1

 ACCESS PANEL LATCHE LOCKED

 ACCESS PANEL LATCHEUNLOCKED

Pull and rotate access panel latches to unlocked position as same as the arrow 1 and arrow 2, open the access panel to the full open position (hanging straight down). Close the access panel and rotate both latches until they are fully engaged. Both latches must be fully engaged to prevent accidental opening of the access panel. CHECK THE ACCESS DOOR LATCHES AND GASKETS

Press the door release of each access door. The access door should spring open. Check that the access door gaskets are airproof. 2-6 I6

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CHECK THE IRIS ENTRY PORTS

Rotate the outer ring of the Iris Port; the iris should open and close as rotation is continued through 360 degrees. CHECK THE SHELL LATCHES AND HOOD RETAINERS

UNLOCKED

LOOSEN

LOCKED Check the shell latches and hood retainers. All four latches and retainers should be properly secured. 2-7 I6

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CHECK MATTRESS TRAY

STOPPER

Open the Head End Access Panel and slide the tray out to the Incubator until it reaches its fully extended position indicated by the arrow. Check that the tray is stable when force is applied to extended portion. The mattress tray should be draw out while pressing the stopper beside the mattress tray as show as the arrow. Return the mattress tray and close the panels. Both latches must be fully engaged to prevent accidental opening of the access panel. CHECK THEAIR INTAKE MICROFILTER WARNING: A dirty Air Intake Microfilter may affect oxygen concentration and /or cause Carbon Dioxide build-up. Be sure the filter is checked on a routine basis commensurate with local conditions. It must be changed at least every two months or visi bly dirty.

 AIR FILTERING MATERIAL

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it; if the microfilter is visibly dirty, replace it. CHECK THE OXYGEN SYSTEM Connect the oxygen input valve, Introduce 8L/min oxygen, then monitor level within hood with a calibrated oxygen analyzer to verify that they reach the predicted level as indicated on the Oxygen Concentration Guide located on Incubator. CHECK THE BOLT OF STORAGE BATTERY TRAY  After loosen the switch bolt of storage battery tray, the storage battery tray should be pulled out. After pushing back storage battery tray, tighten the switch bolt; the storage battery tray should not be pulled out. C. Check power supply mode and check the power failure alarm Disconnect AC power supply cord under the temperature controller turned on, the unit should be changed power supply to DC power; Disconnect DC power supply cord, the unit should be changed power supply to storage battery. Turn off the controller, loosen the bolt of storage battery tray and slide the Battery tray out approximately 5cm to disconnect the internal batteries; then turn on temperature controller again, the power fail indicator on the controller should light and a steady audible alarm should sound. The alarm should terminate automatically when the storage battery is restored. D . Check Temperature Controller  WARNING: The Incubator should not be used if it fails to function as described. Service should be referred to qualified personnel. NOTE: Please operate the Controller according to the Manual strictly. Do not to press the key freely. Perform this Operational Checkout Procedure along with the Operational Checkout Procedure provided for the Hood before first placing the incubator into service and after any disassembly or maintenance. CHECK DEVIATION ALARM (AIR MODE) Close all of the doors, windows and set the temperature to 32 ºC. Enter Temperature Alarm Checkout Status (refer to TABLE OF DEFINITIONS AND SYMBOLS). Warm up the displayed air temperature(fan warm air within the Hood) to check High Temperature Deviation Alarm (+3℃ deviation alarm). Set the temperature to 35℃, Enter Temperature Alarm Checkout Status. Open the Access Panel to check Low Temperature Deviation  Alarm. (-3℃deviation alarm). When High Temperature Deviation or Low Temperature Deviation 2-9 I6

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occurs, the Alarm Indicators should activate, Temperature Deviation Alarm Message E09 or E10 should appear on Set Temperature Display and the audible alarm should sound. NOTE: This alarm will not oc cur unt il the temperature fails mo re than 3

up or below set point. When

checking the Low Temperature Deviation Alarm, the ambient temperature must be lower than set point or f an the air with in the Hood, then the alarm will occurs. CHECK THE DEVIATION ALARM (SKIN MODE) Insert the Skin Temperature Sensor into Skin Socket.

The arrow of Skin temperature sensor shou ld aim at the gap for r ight insert. 1. Must handle the Sensor Plug t o insert or pull o ut the sensor, don’t pull the Sensor by the cord. 2. Never place the Skin Temperature Sensor under the Infant or use it rectally. 3. Don’t bend at the joint of the sensor. Set the Skin Set Temperature to 35℃, to Enter Temperature Alarm Checkout Status. Place the Skin Temperature Probe into trough with the temperature of over approximately 37℃ or below 33℃respectively, check the Deviation Alarm of ±1℃. When the Temperature High or Low Deviation Alarm occurs, the Alarm Indicators should activate, the Temperature Deviation Alarm Message E09 or E10 should appear on the Set Temperature Display and the audible alarm should sound. NOTE: The Low Deviation Alarm will not occur until the temperature falls dow n 1.0

than set point.

CHECK SKIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR ALARM Select Skin Mode Control, Disconnect the Skin Sensor from the receptacle. The audible and visual alarms should activate. Set Temperature Display indicates E04. When the Skin Sensor reconnected, the Incubator should return to normal operation. Select Skin Mode Control, keep Skin Temperature Sensor 2ºC lower than this Set Point. The audible and visual alarms should activate when the Incubator enters  temperature alarm checkout state   (refer to 2-10 I6

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descriptions of terms and symbols concerned). Set Temperature Display indicates E08.

CHECK OVER TEMPERATURE ALARM Select Air Mode of operation, in turn press UP, Down and Silence/Reset Key simultaneous, the Set Display should go blank, Heating indicators lights illuminate after Temperature Controller is put into Over Temperature Test Mode. After a while, the Over Temperature Alarm Indicator shall be activated with audible and visual. Set Temperature Display shows E05. Press the Silence/Reset Key, alarm is over and the Controller return to set status. Select Skin Mode of operation, in turn press UP, Down and Silence/Reset Key simultaneous, the Set Display should go blank, Heating indicators lights illuminate after Temperature Controller is put into Over Temperature Test Mode. After a while, the Over Temperature Alarm Indicator shall be activated with audible and visual. Set Temperature Display shows E05. Press the Silence/Reset Key, alarm is over and the Controller return to set status. CHECK FAN MOTOR FAILED ALARM Refer to figure 5.2; raise up the Hood and take out the Mattress Tray. Hold the fan carefully and turn on the power switch of the Temperature Controller, an alarm should be occur, the fan alarm indicator flashing, Set Temperature Display will indicate E07, loosen the fan, the fan alarm will be canceled automatically after the fan turned. The fan should return to normal operation after pressing the Silence/Reset Key.  Air Temperature & Isolate Temperature Probe

Heater

NOTE: To avoid scalding, it must take at least 45 minutes after the incubator stopped working to perform this operation.

CHECK THE ACCURACY OF TEMPERATURE CONTROL Select the air mode, and set the air temperature at 36℃ , after the air temperature enters into the stable state, put the calibrated temperature measuring device on the position above 10cm from the center of mattress to measure the air temperature, compared with the indicated air temperature to check whether the deviation between them is within 1.0℃. 2-11 I6

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CHECK DISPLAYING PRECISION OF SKIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR Put the mercury thermograph for the accuracy within ±0.1ºC into the main baby of incubator and assure the mercury ball which must be loom above center of the mattress. Choose the air mode control, set the temperature as 36ºC, enter into incubator temperature equilibrium condition, read the value of the mercury thermograph, compare the value of the mercury thermograph with 1ºC. CHECK PRECISION OF SKIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR Put the skin temperature sensor with the mercury thermograph for the accuracy with ±0.1ºC into the water cup with the temperature as 30ºC±5ºC. Make the probe of the skin temperature sensor and the mercury ball as closely as possible and stir enough, then read the value of mercury thermograph. Compare the value of the skin temperature sensor and the mercury thermograph, and the deviation must be within 0.5ºC. NOTE: Please check again if the accuracy of the skin temperature sensor exceeds the permissibility deviation. Please let the professional maintenance man service machine if the accuracy the skin temperature sensor exceeds the permissibi lity of d eviation again. Operation of temperature controller checkout is complete. Switch all the switches off and remove the power cord to stop using Incubator if it is not necessary to use.

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SECTION 3 TECHNICAL INFORMATION

3.1 SPECIFICATION Specifications for the Incubators are provided in Table 3.1. All specifications maybe subject to change without advance notice. Open Access Doors and Front Panel, which can alter the air flow pattern, may affect temperature uniformity, temperature variability, the correlation of the Incubator temperature reading to center mattress temperature and infant skin temperature.

TABLE 3.1

SPECIFICATIONS

 AC power …………………………………………………………………… AC220V-230V, 50Hz DC power ………………………………………………………………………12V/10A,24V/6A Power input………………………………………………………………………400VAProtectively earthed……………………………………………………………………………………<0.1Ω Chassis leakage current…………………………………………………NC:<0.5mA,SFC:<1mA Patient leakage current…………………………………………………Normal Condition
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