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Service Manual

Preface

pHOx Service Manual

Stat Prole pHOx Service Manual


Part Number and Ordering Information
The Stat Prole pHOx Service Manual (PN 24301) can be ordered from Nova Biomedical
Order Services. Write or call:
Nova Biomedical
200 Prospect Street
Waltham, MA 02454-9141
U.S.A.
Tel:

1-800-458-5813

FAX: (781) 893-6998 (in the U.S.A.) or


(781) 899-0417 (outside the U.S.A.)

Technical Assistance (USA)


For technical assistance, call Nova Biomedical Technical Services at:
Tel:

1-800-545-NOVA or
(781) 894-0800

FAX: (781) 894-0585

Trademarks
Stat Prole is a registered trademark of Nova Biomedical.
pHOx is a registered trademark of Nova Biomedical.

Copyright
Printed in the U.S.A. Copyright 2005, Nova Biomedical, Waltham, MA 02454.

Preface

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Stat Prole pHOx Service Manual

Contents
1.0 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
1.1

1.2
1.3

The Stat Prole pHOx Analyzer ............................................................................1-1


1.1.1 Environmental ............................................................................................1-1
1.1.2 Energy consumption ..................................................................................1-1
1.1.3 Physical Dimensions ..................................................................................1-1
1.1.4 Regulatory Compliance .............................................................................1-1
1.1.5 Location - Stable stationary surface. .........................................................1-2
1.1.6 Operational.................................................................................................1-2
1.1.7 General .......................................................................................................1-2
Cautions and Hazards ............................................................................................1-3
Required tools .......................................................................................................1-4

2.0 Product Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1


2.1

2.2

Mechanical Assemblies..........................................................................................2-1
2.1.1 Pump ..........................................................................................................2-2
2.1.2 Sampler Assembly ....................................................................................2-2
2.1.3 Rotary Valve Assembly .............................................................................2-2
2.1.4 Sensor Module Assembly .........................................................................2-3
Electronic Assemblies. ...........................................................................................2-3
2.2.1 Power Entry Module .................................................................................2-3
2.2.2 Power Supply ............................................................................................2-3
2.2.3 Digital Control Board ...............................................................................2-4
2.2.4 Analog Board .............................................................................................2-6
2.2.5 SO2 Control Board.....................................................................................2-6
2.2.6 Electrode Interface Boards .........................................................................2-7
2.2.7 Door Assembly Electronics........................................................................2-7

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Table of Contents
3.0 Replacement Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
3.15
3.16
3.17
3.18
3.19

Cover Removal.......................................................................................................3-1
Tubing Harness .....................................................................................................3-2
Power Supply Removal ..........................................................................................3-4
Sampler Assembly .................................................................................................3-5
Rotary Valve Assembly ........................................................................................3-10
Valve Assembly ....................................................................................................3-11
Rotary Valve Motor ..............................................................................................3-12
Pump Assembly ...................................................................................................3-13
Digital Control Board ..........................................................................................3-14
Analog Board ......................................................................................................3-15
Printer Assembly .................................................................................................3-16
Sensor Module Light Source ...............................................................................3-17
Door Removal /Reinstallation Procedure ...........................................................3-18
Display Assembly ................................................................................................3-20
Distribution board ...............................................................................................3-21
Keypad Assembly ...............................................................................................3-21
Sensor Module Assembly ....................................................................................3-22
Electrode Interface Boards ...................................................................................3-23
Pinch Valve Assemblies .......................................................................................3-24

4.0 Troubleshooting Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1


4.1

4.2

4.3

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Service Screens ......................................................................................................1-3


4.1.1 System Test Screen ....................................................................................1-4
4.1.1.1 Operator Flow Test .........................................................................1-4
4.1.1.2 Service Flow test ............................................................................1-5
4.1.2 Analog Input Screen ..................................................................................1-6
4.1.3 Sensor Subsystem .....................................................................................1-7
4.1.4 Printer Menu ..............................................................................................1-8
4.1.5 Communication Tests .................................................................................1-9
Flow Problems .....................................................................................................1-10
4.2.1 Isolating a Plug in the W/R to Waste Tubing ...........................................1-11
4.2.2 Isolating a ow problem in the Sampler/Sensor module .........................1-11
4.2.3 Isolating a ow problem between the Fluid Pack and the Fluid Fountain1-12
Status Codes .......................................................................................................4-13
4.3.1 Analyte Troubleshooting ( Series code 1-6 and Digit codes 1-4) ............4-18
4.3.2 Single Channel Failures ......................................................................4-20
4.3.3 Temperature Problems .............................................................................4-21
4.3.4 Air Detector (ADT ) Problems ................................................................4-21
Operator Flow Test ...............................................................................................4-26
Sensor Module Back Flush Procedure .................................................................4-27
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Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
A.1
A.2
A.3
A.4
A.5
A.6

Quick Reference Guide .........................................................................................A-1


General Maintenance/QC......................................................................................A-8
A.2.1 Other Analyzer Maintenance ..................................................................A-12
pHOx Electrode/Standards..................................................................................A-13
Electronics and Mechanicals Overview ..............................................................A-13
Shutdown Procedure ...........................................................................................A-14
Start Up Procedure ..............................................................................................A-14
Installation Check List ........................................................................................A-15
Preventive Maintenance Check List....................................................................A-17
Explosion Parts List ............................................................................................A-19

Schematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S-1
#10-1087A
S-2
#10-1071B
#10-1072B
#10-1073B
#10-1074B
#10-1075A
#10-1076B
#10-1077B
#10-1078B
#10-1079B
#10-1080B
#10-1081B
#10-1082B
#10-1083B
#10-1084B
#10-1085B
#10-1086A

Wiring Doucument ...................................................................................... S-1


Wireing Charts ............................................................................................. S-2
24292-01 pHOx Digital Board Processor and Memory ............................. S-3
24292-02 pHOx Digital Board Comm. Printer, Display Touch Memory ... S-4
24292-03 pHOx Digital Board Motor & Valve Drivers .............................. S-5
24292
pHOx Digital Board Assembly Drawing .................................... S-6
21642
pHOx SO2 Board ........................................................................ S-7
24727
pHOx Distribition Board ............................................................ S-8
24291
Analog Board - Cortex Assembly Drawing .............................. S-9
24292-01 New Gen. Sensor Board ........................................................... S-10
24292-02 New Gen. Sensor Board ........................................................... S-11
24292-03 New Gen. Sensor Board ........................................................... S-12
24292-04 New Gen. Sensor Board ........................................................... S-13
23897
Pump Assembly ........................................................................ S-14
23899
Sampler Assembly .................................................................... S-15
23898
Rotary Valve Drive Assembly ................................................... S-16
24614
Printer Interface IF3001 Seiko ................................................. S-17
24720
Power Supply Universal input .................................................. S-18

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Table of Contents

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PN 24301 Rev. B 2005/11

1 Introduction

This manual contains information and procedures used in servicing the Stat Prole
pHOx Analyzer. The intent is to supplement the information provided in the Stat
Prole pHOx Instructions for Use Manual (PN 37865) and the Stat Prole pHOx
Advanced User Applications Manual (PN 35235). This manual does not supersede
any current performance specication claims, expendable maintenance procedures, or warranty criteria as outlined in the reference manual.

1.1

The Stat Prole pHOx Analyzer

1.1.1 Environmental
Ambient Temperature:
Ambient Humidity:

15 - 32 C ( 59 - 86 F)
0% - 95% Non-condensing

1.1.2 Energy consumption


Air Conditioning Load:
Peak 44 BTU/Hour
Power Consumption:
~130 watts peak
Power requirements:
100-120; 230-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

2 Amp Time Delay (SB 2A or T2A) at 100-120VAC line

1 Amp Time Delay (T1A) at 220-240 VAC line

1.1.3 Physical Dimensions


Weight:
Dimensions:

8.1 Kg (18 lbs)


38 cm high (15 in) x 31 cm (12 in) wide x 38 cm (15 in) depth

1.1.4 Regulatory Compliance


The analyzer is tested and acceptable to attach the CSA, GS (Europe), JIS
(Japan), and CE (self declaration) safety marks, and compliant with EN1010-1,
EN55011, and IEC 801-2.

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1. Intro.

1.0 Introduction

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1.1.5 Location - Stable stationary surface.

8 cm ( 3 in) clearance to a wall or adjacent instrumentation


Not intended for use on vibrating (helicopter, etc.) surface
Placement on a cart is acceptable if the cart is stationary during operation.

1.1.6 Operational
The analyzer is designed to be on at all times. It may be turned off without special
procedure or consideration for up to 1 hour with no detrimental effect on the sensors or uidics.
The tubing should be ushed and the pump tubing relaxed prior to extended shutdown periods.
Any shutdown period will require a 2-point calibration and verication by control
material upon restarting operation.

1.1.7 General
The analyzer utilizes an Intel 386EX processor, PCMCIA ROM programming.
There are three RS-232 connectors, utilizing ASTM protocol, and one Bar Code
reader connection.
The display is a backlit liquid crystal (LCD) with type that is CCFT backlit with 320
x 240 pixel resolution.
The internal optional printer is a 20 column thermal international font /166 dot
graphics printer with ~5 cm (2 in) wide paper.
NOTE:

1-2

The circuit boards use ne pitch surface mount technology. Field repair of these circuit boards is not possible.
DO NOT attempt to repair any components on the board.

1 Introduction
1. Intro.

1.2

Cautions and Hazards


There are NO user serviceable assemblies inside the analyzer. Only a trained,
authorized service representative should remove the cover of this analyzer.
WARNING: Removal of the top cover allows access to power supply
voltages. Care should be taken to avoid electrical shock.
Remove the power cord prior to accessing any internal
assemblies.
WARNING: Blood samples and blood products are potential sources of hepatitis
and other infectious agents. Handle all blood products and ow path
components (waste-line, capillary adapter, probe, sensor module, etc.)
with care. Gloves and protective clothing are recommended.
NOTE:

This International Caution Label appears on the rear of


the pHOx Analyzer and means refer to the manual.

It is the responsibility of the service representative to decontaminate any assembly


or analyzer being returned to Nova for repair or warranty claim.
Decontamination of external surface of the ow path may be accomplished by a
wipe down with cleaning agent or 10% bleach solution.
The Internal surfaces of the ow path and tubing should always be considered
contaminated. Prior to removal from the analyzer, ensure that the ow path and
tubing are emptied.
WARNING: Internal surfaces may have sharp edges. Care should be
taken to avoid cuts and scrapes when accessing internal
assemblies.
Used tubing, biosensors, electrodes, reagents, controls, etc. may be disposed by
normal laboratory waste procedures.

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1.3

Required tools
The analyzer is designed to require no unique or special tools. Flow path cleaning
wires/kits are provided in the accessory kit. Avoid metal wires or other material that
may scratch the internal surfaces of the ow path.

Digital Volt Meter (2 decimal accuracy)

Phillips screwdriver (crosshead) preferably one with 15 cm (6 in) shank

Spring clip expander wrench or comparable means of releasing tension of


retention clips

Pliers - needle nose or small snub nose

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2 Product Description
2.0 Product Description

2.1

Mechanical Assemblies
The analyzer is designed to
calibrate using calibration standards and reference solution
contained in a reagent pack.
The tubing automatically connects with the pHOx when the
pack is placed into the analyzer. Likewise, a space is provided for a plug-in control
pack. The content and serial number of the pack is
coded in a Dallas Semiconductor Add-Only Memory,
which is read by a One-Wire
MicroLAN system. The analyzer has 4 major mechanical
assemblies to move calibrator
or sample in front of the biosensors.

Figure 2-1 Flow Diagram

2-1

2. Descrip.

The pHOx analyzer accepts syringe or capillary samples through a sample probe.
The operator selects the sample mode via the keypad. The probe moves from its
home position in the analyzer to an extended 45 position for syringe sampling. If
the capillary sample is selected, the probe moves to a horizontal position that is
back inside the capillary adapter.

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2.1.1 Pump
The analyzer uses one pump (PN 21492) for 2 functions. The pump aspirates
either sample or calibration standards from the sample probe, through the sensor
module/reference electrode, through a solenoid actuated pinch valve, and delivers
to the waste bottle of the reagent pack.
The second function of the pump is to aspirate the reference solution from the
reagent pack and deliver it to the reference electrode through a solenoid actuated
pinch valve.

2.1.2 Sampler Assembly


The sampler assembly (PN 21504) utilizes a probe that rotates to 1 of 3 possible
positions. The HOME position is vertical with the tip of the probe seated against a
"Fluid Fountain assembly that is the common port of the rotary valve.
The syringe position is the probe tip extended out in front of the analyzer at approximately a 45 angle. The capillary position is horizontal, but the tip is totally
inside the capillary adapter. This allows the capillary to be used without a separate
adapter. (This position is also used to change the capillary adapter.)
The capillary adapter is pushed onto the end of the sampler. Extending the probe
outward from the capillary position ensures that the probe will be seated inside
of the adapter. The sampler will exert enough force to push the adapter off of the
sampler if it is not aligned correctly.

2.1.3 Rotary Valve Assembly


The rotary valve assembly (PN 22215) has one common port connected to the
samplers uid fountain. Each calibration standard and quality control standard
is connected to a port on the rotary valve. The rotor positions a central port connecting one of the uids to the outlet port. The outlet port is connected to the Fluid
Fountain by the S-Line. Starting the pump aspirates the selected uid into the ow
path.
The rotary valve's manifold also has positions that allow air to enter the S-line. Refer to the replacement procedures for actual positions.

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2 Product Description
2.1.4 Sensor Module Assembly

2.2

Electronic Assemblies.

2.2.1 Power Entry Module


The power entry module (PN 22818) provides the interconnect to wall power. The
fuses are found in the accessory kit for the operating voltage (120 VAC PN 22814,
236 VAC PN 22817). The power entry module connects to the power supply
through TB1.

2.2.2 Power Supply


The power supply (PN 21602) provides all of the power requirements for the analyzer. The analog and logic voltage used in the pHOx are + 5VDC. The stepper
motors are driven by +24 VDC. This module has no repairable parts inside. The
power supply connects to the digital control board by TB2.

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2. Descrip.

The Sensor Module Assembly contains the measuring sensors, ow cell, and
preheater. The measuring sensors clip into place upon insertion. The sensors have
contacts instead of cabled connectors. When mounted, the sensor module forces
the sensor contacts to align with the matching contacts on the left/right interconnect boards. The module also contains the light sources and detector for the
SO2% channel and 2 air detectors.
Please refer to the drawing section and Appendix A for individual part numbers.

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2.2.3 Digital Control Board
There are 2 Digital Control Boards: all units with monochromatic display use
PN 24292, and all units with a color display use PN 40797. The main controlling
board of the analyzer uses an Intel 386X processor with the following integrated
peripheral functions:

Clock and Power Management unit

Watchdog Timer Circuit

Asynchronous Serial I/O unit

Synchronous Serial I/O unit

Parallel I/O unit

Refresh control unit

JTAG- Complaint Test Logic Unit


The digital control board provides one 72 pin socket for a 4 MB SIMM module of
RAM. This volatile memory stores the calibration, slope, and millivolt data.
Major circuit identication:
U25 is the main clock generator; it is crystal controlled 14.318 MHz and a phaselocked-loop frequency generator. This generates a 50.11 MHz CPU clock,
14.318 MHz for VGA video timing, and 1.84 MHz for Baud rate generation.
U35 is the real time clock containing a battery which will retain the date/time,
setup options, daily QC (up to 144 points), Error log (last 96 errors FIFO),
and sample counter data. The battery has an expected 10 year life.
U37 PEROM stores the monthly (256 data points) and YTD QC data, QC setup
information, and recognition of the QC uid pack presence.
PCMCIA contains the operational program and boot program. This card must be
in place for the unit to function.
U43 is the video control chip. U26 controls the printer output and the I/O ports
Comm 1 and Comm 2. U36 is the DUART that controls the Comm 3 I/O
port.
U16 provides the serial interface for the (RMS) interface and uid pack memories.
The mechanical devices are controlled by U18. The Keypad and home sensors
for the rotary valve and sampler are ported through U18. The stepper motors are 4
phase stepper motors. U18 controls the speed and direction each phase is powered. U3 and U4 provide the power for each winding of the pump motor. U5 and U6
power each phase winding of the sampler motor. U7 and U8 power each phase of
the rotary valve motor.
U18 also provides the logic signal to operate the other mechanical devices. Typically, the devices are connected to either 12 VDC or 24 VDC and the logic provides
a ground path through a transistor. The waste valve solenoid (12 VDC) grounds
through Q3, the reference solenoid (12 VDC) through Q4, the sensor module lamp
(24 VDC) through Q6, and the preheater (24 VDC) through Q2. The 24 VDC valve
boost circuit is on the board but not used on the pHOx analyzer.
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2 Product Description
Power is received from the power supply through the J7 connector on the digital
control board.
Power Supply Connector TB2
5
Ground

6
Ground

7
+5 VDC

8
+5 VDC

Digital Board Connector J7


Pin 1
2
3
Ground +24 VDC. +5 VDC

4
+5 VDC

5
6
7
8
Ground +12 VDC. Ground -12 VDC

Sensing
Wire Color
Black
Violet

White

Red

Black

Orange

Green

Yellow

Individual circuits are protected from an over current condition by the use of Positive Temperature Coefcient Resistors (PTC). These resistors act as a direct short
if the current is below a set current. If the current increases, the resistors heat up
and open, similar to a fuse. When the device cools off, the connection is remade,
allowing the circuit to function. The following lists these devices:
R22 - Solenoid common boost circuit (not used on pHOx)
R24 - Heater power circuit
R29 - Printer motor power
R43 - Print Head heater power
R44 - +24 VDC
R45 - +5 VDC
R71 - Bar Code Reader (+5 VDC out)
R249 - Distribution board power (This board is mounted in the door.)
The LED indicators on this board are mostly unused. All will light at power up and
then go off. The exception is D8 - 100 Hz Clock. D9 - 386 Strobe will appear to be
always on. D7 is your program fail indicator and will come on with a software reset.
Connectors:
J1 Bar Code Reader
J2 COMM 1
J3 COMM 2
J4 COMM 3
J5 JTAG
J6 PCMCIA
J7 Power Supply
J8 Mechanical Assemblies
J9 Printer Connector
J10 Analog Board J11 - Display/Keypad (Motors/heater/lamp/solenoids and door)

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2. Descrip.

1
2
3
4
+12 VDC. -12 VDC +24 VDC. Ground

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2.2.4 Analog Board
There are 2 Analog Boards: pHOx, pHOx Basic, BiopHOx use PN 24291 and
pHOx Plus, pHOx Plus L, and pHOx Plus C use PN 33390. U34 is the microprocessor that controls the signal acquisition and digital conversion. The signals are
connected through several connectors.

Left Sensor Interface board J6 - PCO2, pH, Reference, Air Detector (ADT) 4

Right Sensor Interface board J7 - PO2, Na+

Sensor module J4 -SO2% detector, Preheater temp, ADT2, ADT3/Hct

Mechanical assemblies J3 - ADT1


Barometric pressure sensor U9 is on the analog board. The Analog to Digital Conversion (ADC) is performed by U31. The signals are multiplexed through U26 and U32.
Preheater temperature control circuits are on the analog board. +24 VDC are
ported through J3 to the SO2%/sensor module board (J4). The heater power wiring is protected on the digital control board by a PTC Resistor; the Heater has an
in line thermostat (50C) in the sensor module. The thermistor has 18.25 Kohms
resistance at 37C. The signal will change at a rate of 22.5 millivolts/0.1C.
There are 4 ADTs in the system. ADT1 holds the sample probe (40 uL setting).
ADT2 at the inlet to the sensor module (70 uL). ADT3 is at the input to the sensors
and is also used for the Hct. ADT4 is in the reference electrode housing.
Logic and analog power is supplied to the analog board from the digital control
board. Logic voltage (+5 VDC) enters J1 pin 14. The analog +5 VDC enter J1 pin 3
and -5 VDC J1 pin 4. The analog board provides power to the SO2 board through
+5 VDC J4 pin 5 and -5 VDC J4 pin 6.

2.2.5 SO2 Control Board


SO2 Control Board is an integral part of the Sensor module. It controls the 2 LED
light sources that glow at 880 nM and 660 nM, respectively.

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2 Product Description
2.2.6 Electrode Interface Boards
The electrode interface boards are found only on pHOx
and pHOx Basic.

The Electrode Interface Boards have 2 part numbers: PN 20641 (Left) and
PN 20674 (Right). The electrodes are wireless. The electrodes have point contacts
which engage the Interface board contacts when inserted into the sensor module.
The left interface board, connecting to the analog board through J6, has 3 sets of
contacts: one set for the reference electrode/ADT4, one set for Na+, and one set
for PCO2 sensors. The reference electrode/ADT4 has 3 individual point contacts
while the Na+ and PCO2 have 2 individual point contacts.
The right interface board has 2 sets of contacts: one for the pH and one for the
PO2 sensors; each consisting of 2 individual point contacts. This board is connected through J7 to the analog board.

2.2.7 Door Assembly Electronics


The door assembly electronics include the Display Assembly, the Distribution
Board, and the Keypad Assembly. The digital control board sends/receives signals
to the door via the at cable J104 on the distribution board.
NOTE:

See Section 3.13 for part numbers that are model specic.

The keypad, which is glued onto the door, connects to the distribution board via
J102 and has a ground cable clamped to the conductive surface on the inside of
the door. The Analyze key also connects to the distribution board through this connector.
The distribution board also provides the signal path to the display assembly and
power to the display back lighting lamp. The display is a liquid crystal, graphics display. It has a 320 x 240 dot matrix (1/4 VGA) yielding a 122 x 92 mm (4.99 x 1.33
inch) viewing area. This translates to a 40 x 20 character display using a standard
character set. The display is backlit by cold cathode uorescent tube (CCFT).
An 8 ohm voice coil loudspeaker is mounted on the distribution board, producing
all associated sounds.

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2. Descrip.

NOTE:

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3 Replacement Procedures
3.0 Replacement Procedures
CAUTION: Assemblies may have loose hardware mounting. Ensure no loose hardware is left in the unit before restoring
power to the analyzer.

Cover Removal
1.
2.

3.

4.

Turn the unit OFF, disconnect the line cord, and have the back of the unit
facing you.
R e m o ve t h e 4
Screws (2)
rear-panel-cornermounting screws.
Lift the printer cover
and remove the
2 cover mounting
screws.
Slightly spread the
bottom sides and
slide the cover toward the back. This
Mount
will disengage the
Screws (4)
internal clips at the
front of the cover.
Lift the cover off the
unit.Take care not to
damage any cables
or wiring during removal.
Figure 3-1 Cover Removal

3-1

DWG #10-1029A

3.1

3. Replace.

WARNING: Removal of the analyzer cover will allow access to line


voltage wiring. Power should be turned off and the power
cord disconnected before any assembly replacement
procedure is performed.

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Tubing Harness
1.
2.

Remove the analyzer cover per Section 3.1.


Remove the digital control shield. There are 4 mounting screws:
One at the top front
One at the bottom front
Two at the bottom rear (above and below the PCMCIA card)

NOTE:

Take care not to lose the spacers on the screws.

NOTE:

It is optional to remove the digital control board and


mount plate when accessing the reference and waste
line. To remove the digital control board and mount plate,
follow these steps:

a.

Disconnect the electrical connectors (J7, J8, J9, and J10)


from the top of the board.

b.

Disconnect J11 connector at the bottom front of the board.

c.

The digital control board


and mount plate come off
as one assembly. There are
3 mounting screws: two on
the rear panel and one at
the top front on the printer
box. (Take care not to damage the board.)

d.

Slightly lift the board and


mount plate upward and out
from the side of the analyzer.

e.

Remove the ground strap


on the back of the board.

Digital Control Board


Mount Plate

Mount
Screws (3)
(4)

Digital Control
Board

DWG #10-1030A

3.2

Figure 3-2 Removing the Digital


Control Board/Mount Plate
3.

3-2

Remove the R and W-lines from their front panel tting. (Looking at the front
panel, R is on the left.) If you have not removed the digital control board, it
may be easier to remove the panel tting nut on the front panel and move
the tting to the new tubing.

3 Replacement Procedures
4.

Carefully remove the tubing from


the rotary valve including the
center port to uid fountain.
Take care not to damage
the valve ports. Push the
tubing end off the port to
reduce the risk of damaging the valve.
3. Replace.

G
DW

0
0-1
#1

A
40

NOTE:

Figure 3-3 Removing Tubing from Rotary Valve

6.
7.

8.
9.

NOTE:

The tubing bracket is held in place on each end by a screw. Two screws
hold the bracket in alignment; access them from the bottom of the analyzer.
Remove both screws.
Lift the bracket and tubing set, removing it from the sampler side of the analyzer.
Slide the new assembly into the
analyzer and reconnect the W and
Front Panel W and R Fittings
R-tubing to the front panel ports.
WR
Ensure that they go to the correct
ports and brackets.
Reinstall the 2 mount screws at the
bottom of the analyzer and the 2 end
mount screws.
Place the reagent tubing and S-line
W
onto their ports on the rotary valve.
R
Take care that the metal ports are
not damaged.
DWG #10-1039A

5.

The A line connects at the


lower left (7 Oclock position).
Figure 3-4 Reconnect W and R-lines

10. If the control board and mount plate were removed, replace them.
11. Reinstall the cover and restore the unit to operation.

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3.3

Power Supply Removal


The Power Supply (PN 24720) is removed as follows:
WARNING: Unplug the Analyzer before proceeding.
1.
2.
3.
NOTE:
4.

Remove the analyzer cover per Section 3.1.


Disconnect the power harness connectors: P1 and P3 (top of the power
supply assembly).
Remove the 4 power supply mounting screws from the rear analyzer panel.
Support the power supply before removing the mounting
screw.
Carefully lower the supply. Rotate it to access the line input module wiring
(TB1) on the bottom of the power supply.

P3

P1

Use Center Holes


to Mount

Rear
Panel
Power Supply
Mount Screws
(4)

DWG #10-1038B

Power Supply

Power Plug
On/Off Switch
Figure 3-5 Power Supply Removal
5.
6.

3-4

Disconnect TB1 and remove the power supply.


Position the new power supply with the lower side toward the analyzer. Plug
in TB1.

3 Replacement Procedures
NOTE:

NOTE:

NOTE:

9.

The holes closest to the


middle of the supply bracket
are the ones used to mount
the supply.

Brown

Connect P1 and P3.


The wires leave the top of
P1. The white wire of P3
goes to the digital display
board P7.

Black

Green &
Yellow

TB1

Guide

Power
Supply

Reinstall the unit cover and power


cord.

Figure 3-6 Power Supply Position

3.4

Sampler Assembly
The Sampler Assembly (PN 23899) is removed as follows:
1. Remove the probe and the air detector.
a. From the Menu screen, select Flowpath/Probe Maintenance and press
Enter.
b. Press Move Probe (soft key). Open the door.
c. Remove the capillary adapter from the front of the probe by gently pulling it off.
d. Disconnect the air detector's sample line from the sensor module.
e. Disconnect the 2-prong cable.
f.
Push the air detector down and pull the air detector with the probe out
of the sampler assembly.
WARNING: Unplug the Analyzer before proceeding.
2.
3.
NOTE:

Remove the analyzer cover per Section 3.1


Cut the tie wraps on the rear of this assembly.
Care should be taken to avoid cutting wires.

3-5

3. Replace.

8.

Position the new power supply to align with the mounting holes in the back
panel.

DWG #10-1037A

7.

TB1 male end has 3 wires. The female end has 5 sockets.
The Green/Yellow wire is closest to you.

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4.

5.
STOP:

Disconnect the following connectors:


J5 Motor cable connector
J10 Home detector
P6 door switch cable
Sensor module light cable
Ground wire
Remove the S-Line from the uid fountain assembly.
There are washers and nuts that are NOT captive. Do not
lose any hardware into the unit.
Flow Cell Light Source

Mount
Screw

Mount
Screws

Ground

Power
Supply

S-Line

J5, J10

DWG #10-1032B

CN3

Figure 3-7 Sampler Assembly

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3 Replacement Procedures
6.

DWG #10-1034B

NOTE:

Remove sampler subassemblies.


a. Motor assembly
1. From the Gear set side
of the assembly, remove
the ywheel (solid metal
disk) by loosening the set
screws on its side.
2. On the motor side remove
the 2 mount screws.
3. Remove the motor (some
Mount Screws
tie wraps may need cutting).
Install the new motor by
reversing these steps. Use
new tie wraps as required.
b. Home detector (PN 21504)
1. Remove the sensor module light and bracket.
Touching the light glass
will shorten use life.

DWG #10-1035A

8.

Figure 3-9 Removal of Motor Assembly


3-7

3. Replace.

7.

Remove the 4 mounting


screws.
Mount

One at the sensor modScrew


ule light bracket to front
panel

One at the lower front


of bracket

Two at the rear of the


sampler bracket, they
Mount Screws
also mount the rotary
valve.
If NOT replacing the entire
assembly, skip to Step 8,
otherwise:
a. Install the sensor module light bracket onto
the new sampler asMount Screw
sembly.
b. Position the new assembly onto the unit.
Install the mounting
screws and tie wraps.
Figure 3-8 Removal of Sampler Assembly

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2.
3.
4.

NOTE:

Remove the 2 mounting screws from the home detector.


Install the new detector by reversing these steps. Use new tie wraps as
required to prevent fouling of the wires.
After restoring power, ensure the capillary adapter seals against the
Fluid fountain in the Home position. If not, adjust the Home ag on the
top gear.
Ensure the home ag enters the detector without obstruction.

DWG #10-1045A

C. Gear Set (PN 22634)


1. The gears are held in position by compression springs. These can be
removed by spreading the open end and lifting.
2. Remove the old gears
noting the position
and orientation of
Gear
each gear. The noise
Compression Spring
damper is behind the
middle gear.
Spread Compression
3. After installing the new
Spring to loosen
gears, ensure that the
Post
gears run freely.
Figure 3-10 Removal of the Compression Spring

3-8

3 Replacement Procedures

DWG #10-1041A

Figure 3-11 Fluid Fountain Assembly

3-9

3. Replace.

D. Fluid Fountain Assembly (PN 24620)


1. Rotate the gears so the capillary adapter lifts off the uid fountain assembly.
2 . Remove the S-Line
from the bottom of the
spike assembly.
3. Loosen the mounting nut (under the
Capillary
sampler bracket).
Adapter
4. Slide the uid fountain assembly off the
sampler.
5. Move the washer and
mount nut to the new
assembly.
Fluid
6. Slide the new assemFountain
bly onto the sampler.
7. Rotate the sampler
Sampler
gears until the capillary presses down on
the uid fountain
Washer
assembly.
Nut
NOTE:
The uid fountain
should be centered
and should move
S-Line
downward between
0.06 to 0.08 inches
(1.5 to 2.0 cm).

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Rotary Valve Assembly
The Rotary Valve Assembly
(PN 23898) is removed as follows.
1. Remove the cover per Section 3.1.
2. Optional: Perform this step
to enhance accessibility.
Remove the sampler assembly per Section 3.4.
3. Remove the 7 tubes and SLine from the rotary valve.
CAUTION: Care should be taken
not to scratch the
metal tubes of the
valve.
4.
5.
6.
NOTE:

Mount
Screws
(2)

Disconnect the motor connector J2 and


the optical detector connector J9.
Loosen the 2 mounting screws at the
bottom of the assembly.
Slide the assembly toward the front and
lift.
The front of the valve bracket is
hook shaped.
Slide the assembly toward the back of
the unit to clear the sampler bracket.
G
DW

#1

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0
04

7.

Flow Cell Light Source

DWG #10-1036B

3.5

Figure 3-12 Removing Rotary Valve Assembly


8.
NOTE:

3-10

If replacing the entire assembly, install the new rotary valve assembly by
following Steps 1 thru 7 in reverse order.
Ensure the red, nonmetallic washers for the sampler
mount screws stay in place during the remounting process. If only repairing the rotary valve assembly, refer to
Section 3.6. If repairing the rotary valve motor, refer to
Section 3.7.

3 Replacement Procedures
Valve Assembly
The Valve Assembly (Valve Repair Kit PN 24626) is removed as follows:
NOTE: The rotary valve assembly must be removed rst before proceeding. (If not
already removed, see Section 3.5.)
1. Remove C clamp on the valve shaft and remove the drive gear.
CAUTION: Do not lose the shaft pin when removing the drive gear.
With the drive gear removed, access and remove the 2 optical-detector mount
screws.
Remove the optical detector.
Remove the 4 screws from the compression spring washer.
Remove the washer and compression spring.
Slide the rotor and tube manifold out of the valve body.

3.
4.
5.
6.
NOTE:

Before proceeding, note the alignment pin in the valve


body that aligns with the slot in the manifold.

NOTE:

Before installing the new parts, lubricate with a small drop


of sealing oil on the mating surfaces.

7.

Slide the new rotor into the valve body. The large ange side goes in rst.
Align with the drive pins.

B
C

J9
DWG #10-1033A

G
F

Figure 3-13 Valve Assembly Removal

3-11

3. Replace.

2.

DWG #10-1019A

3.6

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8.
9.
NOTE:

Align the manifold with the pin and slide it into place.
Reinstall the compression spring and washer
Ensure the drive gear goes all the way over the shaft pin.

10. Install the C clamp on the drive gear shaft.


11. Install the valve by reversing Steps 1 - 10 above.
12. Install the rotary valve assembly. See Section 3.5 and reverse Steps 1 thru 7.

3.7

Rotary Valve Motor


WARNING: Unplug the power from the analyzer.
The Rotary Valve Motor (PN 24627) is removed as follows:
NOTE:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

The rotary valve assembly must be removed rst before


proceeding. (If not already removed, see Section 3.5.)
Remove the drive gear/opto detector as in Steps 1 and 2 in Section 3.6.
Remove the 4 mounting screws from the motor.
Remove the y wheel from the motor shaft byFlow
loosening
the Source
Allen (hex)
Cell Light
screw.
Mount the new motor and opto detector.
Reinstall the rotary valve assembly. See Section 3.5 and reverse Steps 1 thru 7.

Access Holes
in Gear

Optical
Detector
DWG #10-1026B

DWG #10-1027A

Optical
Detector
on Reverse Side

Mounting Screws

Figure 3-14 Optical Detector

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3 Replacement Procedures
Pump Assembly
The Pump Assembly (PN 23897) is removed as follows:
1. Remove the analyzer cover per Section 3.1.
2. Remove the digital control board shield. There are 4 mounting screws:
One at the top front
One at the bottom front
Two at the bottom rear (above and below the PCMCIA card)

3.

Take care not to lose the spacers on the screws.


Remove the digital control board and mount plate.
a. Disconnect the electric connectors (J7, J8, J9, and J10) from the top
of the board.
b. Disconnect J11 connector at the bottom front of the board.
c. The digital control board and mount plate come off as one assembly.There
are 4 mounting
plate screws: two
WR
on the rear panel
and two under the
printer box.

NOTE:

Take care not


to damage the
board.
d.

Slightly lift the


mount plate and
the board upward
and out the side of
the analyzer.

Pump
Assembly
W
R

Figure 3-15 Pump Assembly


4.
5.
6.
7.

Disconnect the motor connector J1.


Remove the pump cap (on the front side of the pHOx) by pulling it off.
Remove the 4 corner mounting screws then remove the pump.
Install the new pump by reversing the above steps.

3-13

3. Replace.

NOTE:

DWG #10-1048A

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3.9

Digital Control Board


WARNING: Unplug the power from the analyzer.
The Digital Control Board is removed as follows:

1.
2.

Units manufactured after June 1, 2005, use PN 40797;


Units manufactured through June 1, 2005, use PN 24292.

Remove the analyzer cover


per Section 3.1.
Remove the digital control
board shield. There are 4
mounting screws:
-One at the top front,
-One at the bottom front
-Two at the bottom rear
(above and below the PCMCIA
card)

NOTE:

The shield is not present on units manufactured after June 1,


2005.

Mount
Screws
(4)

Shield

DWG #10-1047A

NOTE:

Figure 3-16 Digital Board Removal

3.

4.

Take care not to lose the spacers on the screws.

At the top of the board,


disconnect the electrical connectors:
J 7 - Power Supply
J 8 - Mechanical devices harness
J 9 - Printer (Pull side
tabs outward to release
the cable.)
J10 - Analog Board
At the front lower corner
disconnect J11 Display/ PCMCIA
keyboard (pull side tabs Release
outward to release cable). Button

Mount Screws

Digital Control
Board

Figure 3-17 Install PCPMIC Card

3-14

Shield
Stand
Offs

DWG #10-1046B

NOTE:

3 Replacement Procedures
5.
6.

7.

3.10 Analog Board


The Analog Board is removed as follows:

1.
2.
3.

Basic/BiopHOx, pHOx/pHOx use PN 24291; pHOx Plus,


Plus L,Plus C use PN 33390; all jumpers will be in the
3 to 4 position. To access the top/rear mounting screw,
use a long shank (15 cm or 6 inch) Phillips head (cross
head) screwdriver.
Remove the analyzer cover per
Section 3.1.
Disconnect the sampler ground
strap.
Disconnect the cable connectors
from the Analog board Sensor
Interface board connectors:
J6 - 3 sensor board
J7 - 2 sensor board
J4 - Sensor module/SO2 cable
J3 - RMS/Fluid Deck (Pull side
tabs outward to release cable.)
J1 - Digital control board

J4
J6
J7

J3

Analog
Board
Mount
Screws

J1

DWG #10-1049B

NOTE:

Figure 3-18 Analog Board Removal


3-15

3. Replace.

8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Remove the PCMCIA card (PN 22805) Push the button below the PCMCIA
card (bottom rear corner) to release the card.
Remove the 2 mounting screws and 2 shield standoffs:
One screw is at the top rear corner
One screw is between J8 and J9 connectors
One shield standoff is at the top front and the other is at the bottom front
Remove the 8 COM connectors screw standoffs at the rear of the pHOx by
unscrewing 2 standoffs from each COM port.
Remove the board.
Position the new board on the mount plate.
Install the 2 mounting screws and the 2 shield standoffs.
Install the 8 COM connector screw standoffs.
Reinstall the PCMCIA card into its slot.
Reconnect all the cable connectors.
Reinstall the digital board shield (4 screws).
Reinstall the cover and restore the analyzer to operation.

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4.
5.

Remove the 3 mounting screws: one in each corner of the board. You may
need to place a screw driver through the holes in the power supply to access
the screw in the upper back corner of the board.
Install the analog board by reversing the above steps.

3.11 Printer Assembly


WARNING: Unplug the power from the analyzer.

DWG #10-1050A

The Printer Assembly (PN 24615) is removed as follows:


1. Remove the analyzer cover per Section 3.1.
2. Remove the digital control board per Section 3.7.
3. Open the front door; remove the 2 screws on top of the printer cover plate;
remove the printer cover plate by pushing the plate from the inside outward;
then remove the paper and roller bar.
4. Remove the 3 print
Printer Cover
head mounting
screws: two at the
top of the print head
2 Screws
and one at the lower
right.
5. The at ribbon cable
from the print head
sits in a connector.
Slide the top of the
connector upward
to release the cable.
The connector stays
on the board. Tilt the
print head from the
assembly. Remove
the paper advance
motor cable that is
connected into the
printer control board.
Figure 3-19 Printer Cover Removal
6.
NOTE:

3-16

The Printer Control Board (PN 24614) is mounted to the paper box by 2
screws that t into the slots. Loosen the screws and slide out the board.
Save cable that goes from the printer control board to J9
of the digital control board.

3 Replacement Procedures
7.
8.
NOTE:

When installing the new assembly, install the printer control board rst. Do not
tighten the 2 slotted screws. This allows access when connecting the print head
cable. Attach the paper advance motor cable to the printer control board.
Install the print head. Connect the at ribbon cable. The easiest way to plug in the
print head cable is using one nger on each side. Tighten the 3 print head screws.
The print head cable is clamped in place. Lift up on the
white connector to release the at cable for easy removal
or replacement.

9.

Use 2 Fingers to
Connect Printer Cable
to Printer Board

DWG #1

0-1051A

3. Replace.

After connecting the print head, tighten


the printer control board mounting
screws inside the paper box.
10. Attach the cable from the printer
control board (key faces up, blue or
black wire faces towards the front of
unit) to the digital control board.
11. Reinstall the digital control board,
shield, printer cover, analyzer cover,
and paper. Restore unit to operation.

Figure 3-20 Attaching the Printer Cable

3.12 Sensor Module Light Source


Flowcell Light Source Mount Screws

DWG #10-1052A

The Sensor Module Light Source


(PN 24717) is removed as follows:
1. Remove the analyzer cover per
Section 3.1.
2. Remove the 2 screws of the light
source mounting bracket.
3. The light bulb is removed by pushing it into the socket, rotating it
counterclockwise a 1/4 turn, then
releasing it.

Figure 3-21 Removing Mounting Screws


CAUTION: Do not touch the glass surface of the new light.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Place the glass end of the new light bulb into the tubing provided.
Insert the light bulb into the socket. Push it in and rotate it clockwise a 1/4
turn. Then pull off the tubing.
Reinstall the bracket.
Reinstall the covers and restore the unit to operation.
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Push and rotate 1/4 turn counterclockwise to


unscrew light.

DWG #10-1053B

Push plastic tube


over lamp . Do not
touch glass of new light bulb.

Push and rotate 1/4 turn


to clockwise to install new
bulb into socket
Figure 3-22 Tubing for Light

3.13 Door Removal /Reinstallation Procedure

CAUTION: Until free of the


hinge and cables,
support the door
to prevent stress
to other cables/
assemblies.

105
4B

Use a pencil to
3 Mounting
trace the position
Screws
of the hinge onto
the door mounting
plate.

10-

STOP:

Turn the unit OFF and


disconnect the line
cord.

DW
G#

1.

Figure 3-23 Door Removal

3-18

3 Replacement Procedures

NOTE:

4.

Remove the 3 hinge screws from the door plate.


Remove the 5 plate-mounting screws: one in each corner, plus one at right
side.
Care should be
taken not to strip
the threads.

Keypad

Display Shield

5 Plate
Mounting
Screws
Door

Distribution
Board

Figure 3-24 Door Removal Continued


5.

Reinstall the Door by reversing the above steps. Use the pencil marks made
on the door plate to realign the door to the hinge. Ensure the door opens
and closes easily and aligns with the chassis.
Analyzer
pHOx
pHOx Basic/ BiopHOx
pHOx Plus
pHOx Plus L
pHOx Plus C

PN of Door
21493
33102
30817
34082
35350

3-19

3. Replace.

Remove the plate


and disconnect the
at cable (J101). This
frees the door. Place it
face down on a protective surface to prevent
scratching.

DWG #101055B

2.
3.

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3.14 Display Assembly
The Display Assembly is removed as follows:
Prior to June 1, 2005
Display Assy.
24716
Door Distribution Board
24727
Digital Control Board
24292
Door Interface Cable
21983
1.
2.
3.
4.

June 1, 2005 forward


40910
40795
40797
40495

Remove the analyzer door assembly per Section 3.13.


Disconnect the cable from the display board (CN2).
Disconnect the light source, J103, on the distribution board.
Remove the 4 corner mounting screws.

CAUTION: When reinstalling the mount screws, DO NOT overtighten. Assure the door plastic is not stripped. The screws will
tighten in about one turn clockwise.
5.
6.

Position the new display and install the 4 mounting screws. Reconnect the
cables CN2 and J103.
Reinstall the door per Section 3.13.
CN2

Keypad
J104
DWG #10-1065A

J101

J102

J102
Light Source
J103
Keypad Clip
Ground
Strip

Figure 3-25 Display Removal

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3 Replacement Procedures
3.15 Distribution board

CAUTION: When reinstalling the mount screws, DO NOT overtighten. Assure the door plastic is not stripped. The screws will
tighten in about one turn clockwise.
5.
6.

Reconnect cables J104, J103, J102, and J101.


Reinstall the door per Section 3.13.

The Keypad Assembly (PN 24625) is removed as follows:


1. Remove the analyzer door per Section 3.13.
2. Disconnect the cable connector J102 from the distribution board.
3. Remove the clip holding the keypad
ground strip to the door. Save this for
reuse.
4. The Keypad is held by adhesive to the
front panel. Peel the old assembly from
the front of the door.
5. Clean the surface of any debris.
6. Remove the protective backing from
the new keypad.
7. Slide the cable/ground strap through
the hole in the door. Align and press
new keypad in place.
8. Fold the ground strap over the ledge
and reinstall the clip.
Keypad Clip
9. Plug in J102 and reinstall the door per
Ground
Section 3.13.
Strip

DWG #10-1056A

3.16 Keypad Assembly

Figure 3-26 Keypad Removal

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3. Replace.

The Distribution Board (PN 24727) is removed as follows:


1. Remove the analyzer door per section 3.13.
2. Disconnect the cable connectors J104 and J103 coming from the display
board, J101 coming from the digital control board (should already be disconnected), and J102 coming from the Keypad. (Refer to Figure 3-25.)
3. Remove the 4 corner mounting screws.
4. Position the new distribution board (J101 will be on the hinge side of the
door) and remount.

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3.17 Sensor Module Assembly
WARNING: Unplug the power from the
analyzer.

NOTE:

The preheater and SO2


component are all part of
this assembly.

DWG #10-1059A

The Sensor Module Assembly is removed as follows:


1. Remove the sensors (electrodes)
and sample probe/ADT1 assemblies.
2. Remove the reference electrode
assembly.
3. Rotate the retaining clamp on
the top and the bottom of the
assembly.
4. Pull the assembly toward you.
5. Remount by reversing these
steps.

Figure 3-27 Removing the Sensor Module


Sensor Module Part Numbers
Analyzer
pHOx
pHOx Basic/BiopHOx
pHOx Plus
pHOx Plus L
pHOx Plus C

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Part Number
21494
34653
27807
34738
37343

3 Replacement Procedures
3.18 Electrode Interface Boards
This section pertains to the pHOx, pHOx Basic, and BiopHOx Analyzers only.
WARNING: Unplug the power from the analyzer.

NOTE:

3 Mount Screws
to Remove
Electrode Interface Board
Bracket

DW
G#

10-1

057

The top left corner screw was removed with sampler removal.

Figure 3-28 Removing the 3 Mount Screws


6.

Pull the electrode interface board out thru the inside of the pHOx.

3-23

3. Replace.

The Electrode Interface Boards (PN 24719 {left} and PN 24718 {right}) are removed as follows:
1. Remove the analyzer's cover per Section 3.13.
2. Remove the sampler assembly per Section 3.4.
3. Remove the sensor module assembly per Section 3.17.
4. Remove the spring loaded sensor module retaining clips (front of pHOx).
5. Remove the 3 remaining mount screws.

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7.

Each interface board is held to the plate by 2 screws. Ensure that the 3
connector board is on left, and the 2 connector board is on the right when
looking at it from the front.

3 Connector
Board

DWG #10-1058A

2 Connector
Board

Figure 3-29 Correct position of Interface Board


8.
9.

Disconnect the affected board from the analog board: 3 connector board to
J6, 2 connector board to J7.
Install new assembly by reversing the above steps.

3.19 Pinch Valve Assemblies

0-1059A

#10 Screw

DWG #1

The Pinch Valve Assemblies


(PN 16928) are interchangeable.
The assembly plugs into the
front panel and is held in by one
screw.

#10 Screw

Figure 3-30 Pinch Valve Assemblies

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4 Troubleshooting
4.0 Troubleshooting Information
This section contains suggestions for individual error codes, cycle information to
help identify the cause of an error condition, and hints on basic troubleshooting.
1.

Troubleshooting is recognizing the variance from normal operation. The


calibration cycle can be used as the sequence of events where the cycle
response and results are known.
Fluid Function
all 4 ADTs, Hct, PCO2, Na+, K+, iCa, Cl-, Gluc, Lact
PCO2
pH, Na+, K+, Cl-, Gluc, Lact, (iCa on pHOx +L)
all ADTs, pH, Hct, (iCa on pHOx+C)

4. Trouble.

Start cycle
Std. A
Std. B
Std. C
Std. D

PO2 uses Room Air (A-air position of the rotary valve).


SO2/Hb utilizes external calibrators. (These are model specic.)
2.

Sensor Methodology
ISE sensors - Na+, K+, iCa, Cl-, pH, and PCO2
ISE requiring a reference signal - Na+, K+, iCa, Cl-, pH
ISE with its own internal reference - PCO2
Reected Impedance - Air Detectors 1,2,4, 3/Hct
Amperometric - PO2, Glucose, Lactate
Optical Reectance - SO2%

3.

Calibrator Functions other than calibration.


PO2 Std. B is used to ush the system.
PO2 is monitored on all uids in the Calibrator pack. If the PO2 millivolt reading varies from that of room air, a 72 Delta mV error is generated indicating
a contaminated calibrator pack.
Std. D has surfactant and is used to clean the owpath between pump cycles.

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4.

Dependencies (Refer to the quick reference guide in the appendix.)


Hct Calibrated Na+ required

NOTE: The pHOx Na+ is a 30 day expendable electrode.


SO2%
Hb
PCO2

Calibrated Hct and PO2 required


Calibrated Hct and SO2% required
Calibrated pH required

Calculated values will not be reported if a needed test is suppressed.


P50 is reported only if PO2 is between 30 mmHg (4 kPa) and 75 mmHg (10 kPa).
5.

Password protection - One password for Set Up, QC, and Service menus.
Should the password be lost, enter the following number when asked for the
password.
Date Code
Back-door Password = (((month x 31) + day) x 137) + (year x 16)) + 5987
2 digits
2 digits
last two digits
Example: If today is 02 January 2003 the back-door password would
be:
Password
= (((01 x 31) + 02) x 137) + (03 x 16)) + 5987
= (33 x 137) + 48 + 5987
= 4521 + 48 + 5987 = 10556
Change the password to a known value and write it down.

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4 Troubleshooting
4.1

Service Screens
Pressing the MENU soft key from the Ready Screen displays an Operation
Menu. Note that the soft key labels change. The QC label changes to Service
(second key from the left). Pressing this key will display the Service Menu. If the
home key is pressed, the system returns to the Ready Screen.

Manual Device Control

Service Menu
Use

to select. Press

to change / enter.

System T est

Active analog
input signal (1 - 25)

Analog Input - Real Time mV

Calibration data

Sensor Subsystem

Printer enable, Error log,


System conguration print

Printer Menu

Error log
(Last 100 FIFO)

I/O Signals / Loop


Back Test

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Manual Device
Control
+ Flow test

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4.1.1 System Test Screen
System Test Rev: 123.456
Measured Parameters/
Current signal (millivolt)

Use to select. Press to select / enter.


pH: +047.43 LED1: +314.3
Na: +147.4

AD3: +314.3

PCO2: -082.12 LED2: +314.3

AD4: +314.3

PO 2: -051.20

Device Names (column 1&3) /


Current state of the device (column 2&4)

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AD1: +314.3

HCT: +007.43 AD2: +314.3

Rot. Valve:

STD A

Sampler:

Pump:

CTRL 1

SO 2% LEDs:

Waste valve:
Ref. valve:
Home

Open
Closed
Exit

Temp:

Home
On

Air Osc:

On

X level:

Hct

Operator
Exit
Flow Test

37.0

Service
Flow Test
Test
Flow

Manual Control of a mechanical device:

Move the cursor over the device /Press ENTER.

The Option selections will appear.


(If there are only 2 options, the device will toggle its state when the ENTER
key is pressed, i.e., solenoid valves.)

Move the cursor over the option wanted /Press ENTER.


NOTE:

To successfully move uids, a knowledge of the complete


ow path is required.

4.1.1.1 Operator Flow Test


Pressing the soft key under the Operator Flow Test turns on the pump and raises
the sample probe. Use the guide in this Section titled Flow Problems in Conjunction with the Operator Flow Test.

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4.1.1.2 Service Flow test

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Pressing the soft key under the Service Flow Test brings up a screen that displays
the results of this test. On this screen, pressing the soft key under Run Test causes
the unit to pump each uid twice: once with the Reference valve shut and once
with the Reference valve Open.
The expectation is that the ow time will increase with the decrease in vacuum
caused by pumping reference solution into the waste line junction in the reference
electrode. Ideally the 2 pump windings are equal and the ow time will double with
the reference solenoid valve open.
The pumping times will yield 2 pieces of information:
1. The individual ow times appear at the end of pumping that uid.
2. All the uids will pump at the same rate. Usually Standard D is the one standard that varies in ow rate from the other uids.
A good rule of thumb for the ow rates is
pHOx Basic/BiopHOx and pHOx is in the 1000 1200 range.
pHOx Plus/C is in the 1200 1300 range.
pHOx Plus L pumps in the 1300 1400 range.

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At the end of the Test, the Average ow time for Reference Valve Closed and
Reference Valve Open is displayed. A ratio of the average times is presented. The
ratio should fall between 0.5 0.65.

Ratios approaching 1 indicate the loss of reference ow.

Ratios approaching 0.0 indicate an obstruction or air leak in the system


before the owpath reaches the Reference electrode.
FLOW TEST RESULTS

CAL A
1180
CAL B
2010
CAL C
CAL D
0.58
QC 1
QC 2

1190

AVG FLOW 1

1195

AVG FLOW 2

1190
1170

RATIO

Average Flow time


Reference Valve Shut
Average Flow time
Reference Valve Open
Flow 1/Flow 2
(nominal 0.5 0.65)

1195
1193

QC 3

1195
Print

EXIT

Run Test

4.1.2 Analog Input Screen


Selecting this option, displays the 25 possible input channels. The display is active.
Chnl Signal
Unit
Chnl
Signal
Unit
PO2
pHOx+, pHOx+ C
1
Analog GND ALL
15
+
2
K
pHOx+,+L,+C
15
Lac
pHOx+L
pHOx+,+L
16
Glu
pHOx+,+L,+C
3
Cl-/Ca++
3
ClpHOx+C
17
PO2
pHOx+L
++
4
Ca
pHOx+C
18
PO2
pHOx+,+C
5
pH
pHOx
18
Lac
pHOX+ L
pHOx+,+L,+C
20
Temp 0.00=37C
5
Na+
pHOx
22
LED1
ALL
6
Na+
6
pH
pHOx+,+L,+C
23
LED2
ALL
7
PCO2
All
24
ISE Ref
ALL
PCO2,Ref
ALL
8
Barr.Press. All
25
9
+5V Ref
All
13
HCT
pHOx, pHOx+C 14
PO2
pHOx, pHOx+C
10
Voltage Monitor Sums +24 and +5
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4.1.3 Sensor Subsystem
This set of screens shows the calibration data for each analyte measured by the
pHOx. Use the NEXT soft key to page to the analyte of interest.
Last 2-point calibration data
Millivolts for each standard
Slope calculated
Last 1 point data
(Millivolts should be similar
to the same Standard in 2 point cal)

pH Sensor
Callibration & Analysis Data
mV

mV

STDA

+ 43.1

STDA

STDB

+ 43.1

SAMPLE

STDC

+ 43.1

CONC

STDD

+ 43.1

SLOPE

+ 43.1
+ 43.1
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Sample millivolts and concentration - Unknown and therefore not relevant to


troubleshooting
Useful to the clinician for any possible dilution
SO2 LED 1

SO2 sensors - Each LED has its own screen.

Displays similar data to the other


Measured parameters, plus

The dark (off) and Light (full)


Signals are shown

Callibration & Analysis Data


STD1

mV
+ 379.1

SAMPLE

STD2

+ 379.1

CONC

DARK

+ 379.1

LIGHT

+ 379.1

SLOPE

+11.4

Home

Print

Exit

AIR
+ 117.0

FLUID

THRESHOLD

AD1

+ 54.0

+ 99.0

mV

+ 379.1

Next
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Air Detector Subsystems


Air Detectors

Displays the millivolts for Air and


Liquid. (Air column is actually Standard D.)
Shows the AIR/Liquid threshold
(set by the analyzer) millivolt level
NOTE:

Numbers shown on this screen


are not real values.

Callibration Data

AD2

+ 117.0

+ 54.0

+ 99.0

AD3

+ 117.0

+ 54.0

+ 99.0

AD4

+ 117.0

+ 54.0

+ 99.0

Exit

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4.1.4 Printer Menu
This menu is straight forward. Move the cursor to the desired action and press
ENTER

Printer Menu
Use

to select. Press

to change / enter.

Enable/Disable internal printer

Printer: Enabled

Prints last errors

Print System Error Log


Print System Dump

Prints setup conguration and


millivolt data

Character Set Test

Test Print
Home

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Printout

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4.1.5 Communication Tests
This screen allows you to transmit out a particular port for testing. Likewise using a
test plug you can perform a Loopback test for each I/O function.
Communications Tests
Use to select. Press

to change / enter.
Loop Back Tests
Send test characters.

4. Trouble.

Home

Exit

Loopback Tests
Use

to select. Press

to change / enter.

COOX

1. Select Port and install loopback plug.

ASTM

2. Press to begin testing.

Remote

Tests Completed: 0

Bar Wand

RXD

DTR

RTS

TXD DSR DCD CTS RI


Errors

Home

Exit

Loopback Tests
Use

to select. Press

to change / enter.

COOX

1. Select Port and install loopback plug.

ASTM

2. Press to begin testing.

Remote

Tests Completed: 0

Bar Wand

RXD

DTR

RTS

TXD DSR DCD CTS RI


Errors

Home

Exit

Pressing the HOME key returns to the READY screen, or EXIT to go back one
screen.

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4.2

Flow Problems
NOTE:

Each of the following troubleshooting procedures has an


associated ow diagram that may be found at the end of
this chapter.

General procedures when isolating ow problems:


NOTE:

Refer to the FLOW TEST decision tree. Do not be confused with the Flow Test Cycle that only shows the ow
times.

Unit calibrates, but the sample will not aspirate. This usually means you have an air
leak into the system. The sample, being more viscous than the aqueous standards,
causes more vacuum to be created by the roller pump. If a membrane is leaking,
this increase in vacuum will pull the aqueous ll solution from the electrode, easier
than pulling sample from the probe. Likewise, a poor connection at the interconnect tubing or between the electrode sealing washer and the sensor module will
allow air to enter easier than pulling sample up the ow path.

Check the connections between probe and sensor module, sensor module,
and reference electrode.

Check the electrodes for the loss of internal ll solution.

Check the ow cell window during a pump cycle, looking for bubbles entering
the ow path or pump and waste tubing.
A No ow or obstructed ow cause can be isolated by performing the FLOW TEST.
The uidic system can be isolated into three large sections. This will limit the area
of your search. The 3 sections are Fluid Pack to Fluid Fountain, Sampler/Sensor
module, and W/R to Waste tubing. Use the SYSTEM TEST screens to control the
mechanical devices.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
NOTE:

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Extend the sampler to the syringe position.


Open the waste line solenoid.
Turn on the pump and attempt to aspirate water then air from a sample
cup.
If water is aspirated from the cup, the sample probe, sensor module, external
tubing, and waste line are functioning. The problem exists between the Fluid
Fountain and Fluid Pack.
If water is NOT aspirated from the cup, remove the tubing from the outlet
port of the Reference electrode. Place it in a cup of water.
This assumes the waste solenoid has functioned and is
not pinching the tubing.

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6.
7.

If step 5 fails to aspirate from the cup, the problem lies between the W/R
tubing and the waste bottle of the Fluid Pack.
If Step 5 does aspirate water, the problem is in the Sampler/ Sensor module.

4.2.1 Isolating a Plug in the W/R to Waste Tubing


NOTE:

1.

3.
4.
5.

Disconnect the waste tubing from the reference electrode and place in a cup
of water. If water is NOT aspirated, there is a plug.
Lift the waste tubing out of the waste solenoid. If ow starts, the valve is dirty.
Clean the dirt from the waste solenoid or replace it.
If ow does NOT start, remove the waste line from the front panel connection. If water ows from this tube there is a plug in the internal waste tubing
or waste bag of the uid pack.
Turn off the pump. Connect a syringe of water to the waste port on the front
panel. Attempt to inject water through the line to clear the plug.
If there is no ow, remove the Fluid Pack to ensure the problem is not a
poorly seated or damaged waste connection. Should the problem continue,
replace the internal tubing set.

4.2.2 Isolating a ow problem in the Sampler/Sensor module


1.
2.
3.
4.

NOTE:

You noted ow when aspirating from the waste tubing in step 2 of Section
4.2.3.
Raise the Sampler to the Syringe position. The Pump should be OFF for this test.
Connect a syringe of water to the reference electrode outlet port. Attempt to
inject the water.
If water ows freely, air is entering the system preventing aspiration.
a. Inspect each electrode to assure the internal ll solution level is not
dropping.
b. If yes, replace the electrode or membrane as required.
c. Inspect the seal between the reference electrode and sensor module
(interconnect tubing) .
If the ow path starts to empty while the syringe is still
attached, only the water below the leak will leave the ow
path out of the tip of the probe.

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2.

If the reference ow is obstructed, the sample may not


stop in the sensor module due to increased vacuum. Flow
time decreases due to increased ow rate.

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d.

5.

Inspect the sensor sealing washers for distortion or misalignment. Replace as necessary.
e. The seal between the air detector and the sample probe may be tested
by attaching the syringe to the sample probe, blocking the air detector
outlet tube. Apply pressure to the syringe and look for water leaking
out.
If water does not ow freely, there is a blockage.
a. Loosen the reference electrode. Water should pass through or the
electrode is plugged. Flushing with cleaning agent or hot water may
free the blockage.
b. If the reference is clear, reinstall it and remove the bottom electrode.
c. Apply a moderate pressure with the syringe.
d. If water does not enter the sensor module of the bottom electrode the
blockage is above it.
e. Removing one electrode at a time. Look for water entering the sensor
module. If no water enters the module as the electrode is removed, the
plug is above it.
f.
If water did enter the bottom sensor module in step C above, the plug is
in the Sample Probe/Air detector. Remove these assemblies and ush
through them or replace them.

4.2.3 Isolating a ow problem between the Fluid Pack and the Fluid Fountain
If you have successfully aspirated a sample, but the analyzer will not calibrate or
aspirate on-board controls, proceed as follows.
1. Position the sampler in the syringe position and inspect the capillary adapter
for signs of wear. Replace if necessary.
2. Lower the sampler to the Home position; connect a syringe to the reference
outlet port.
3. Remove the analyzer cover.
4. Disconnect the S-Line (center tube) from the rotary valve.
5. Inject the water and look for ow from the S-Line.
6. Look for a leak between the uid fountain and the capillary adapter. Realign
if necessary.
7. If there is no ow from the S-Line, remove the uid fountain/S-Line and
ush with hot water or cleaning agent, or replace the assembly.
8. If there is free ow through the S-Line, the problem is in the rotary valve,
tubing harness, or connection to the uid pack.
9. Reconnect the S-Line and remove the uid pack.
10. Move the rotary valve to all the possible positions, observing which ports do
not allow ow.
11. If there is no ow in ALL positions, remove the valve and clean or replace it.

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12. Remove the tubing for each position that does not ow freely.
13. If water can be ushed through the individual lines, remove and clean or
replace the valve.
14. If water cannot be ushed through the affected lines, replace the tubing harness.

4.3

Status Codes
Error codes come in 2-digit groups. The tens (rst) number, called the series
code, identies the affected component.
Series 1 through 6 are sensors,
0 = pH 1 = PCO2 2 = PO2 3 = SO2 % 4 = Hb 5 = Hct 6 = Na+

Series Digit code


-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
-6
-7

1-6

Slope
No Std.A No QC1
Instability No Std.B No QC2
Overload No Std.C No QC3
Drift
No Std.D
Dependency
Sample ow
Air ow

pH Status Codes
Code Status Screen Text
01
pH Slope
02
pH Instability
03
pH Overload
04
pH Drift
96
Hardware
97
Software

10

Barometer
Not assigned
Printer
Flow Cell Temp
Communication
Digital Board
Analog Board (ADX)
Software

Error Log Text


pH Slope
pH Instability
pH Overload
pH Drift
pH ADC
pH Math

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Series 7 = ow, 8 = Q.C. 9 = Electronic/Mechanical/Hardware 10 = CO-Oximeter


codes.
The ones (second) number, called the digit code, provides more information on
the failure.

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PCO2 Status Codes
Code
11
12
13
14
15
96
97

Status Screen Text


PCO2 Slope
PCO2 Instability
PCO2 Overload
PCO2 Drift
PCO2 Dependency
Hardware
Software

PO2 Status Codes


Code
21
22
23
24
96
97

Status Screen Text


PO2 Slope
PO2 Instability
PO2 Overload
PO2 Drift
Hardware
Software

SO2 LED 1 Status Codes


Code
31
32
33
34
35
96
97

Status Screen Text


SO2 % Slope
SO2 % Instability
SO2 % Overload
SO2 % Drift
SO2 % Dependency
Hardware
Software

SO2 LED 2 Status Codes


Code
31
32
33
34
96
97

Status Screen Text


SO2 % Slope
SO2 % Instability
SO2 % Overload
SO2 % Drift
Hardware
Software

Hb Status Codes
Code Status Screen Text
41
Hb Slope
45
Hb Dependency
97
Software

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Error Log Text


PCO2 Slope
PCO2 Instability
PCO2 Overload
PCO2 Drift
PCO2 Dependency
PCO2 ADC
PCO2 Math
Error Log Text
PO2 Slope
PO2 Instability
PO2 Overload
PO2 Drift
PO2 ADC
PO2 Math
Error Log Text

SO2 % LED1
SO2 % LED1
SO2 % LED1
SO2 % LED1
SO2 % Dependency
SO2 % LED1 ADC
SO2 % LED1 Math
Error Log Text

SO2 % LED2
SO2 % LED2
SO2 % LED2
SO2 % LED2
SO2 % LED2 ADC
SO2 % LED2 Math
Error Log Text
Hb Slope
Hb Dependency
Hb Math

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Error Log Text
Hct
Hct
Hct
Hct
Hct
Hct ADC
Hct Math

Na+ Status Codes


Code Status Screen Text
61
Na Slope
62
Na Instability
63
Na Overload
64
Na Drift
96
Hardware
97
Software

Error Log Text


Na Slope
Na Instability
Na Overload
Na Drift
Na ADC
Na Math

AD1 Status Codes


Code Status Screen Text
51
Hct/Air Det Slope
52
Hct/Air Det Instability
53
Hct/Air Det Overload
96
Hardware
97
Software

Error Log Text


AD1
AD1
AD1
AD1 ADC
AD1 Math

AD2 Status Codes


Code Status Screen Text
51
Hct/Air Det Slope
52
Hct/Air Det Instability
53
Hct/Air Det Overload
96
Hardware
97
Software

Error Log Text


AD2
AD2
AD2
AD2 ADC
AD2 Math

AD3 Status Codes


Code Status Screen Text
51
Hct/Air Det Slope
52
Hct/Air Det Instability
53
Hct/Air Det Overload
96
Hardware
97
Software

Error Log Text


AD3
AD3
AD3
AD3 ADC
AD3 Math

4. Trouble.

Hct Status Codes


Code Status Screen Text
51
Hct/Air Det Slope
52
Hct/Air Det Instability
53
Hct/Air Det Overload
54
Hct/Air Det Drift
55
Hct/Air Det Dependency
96
Hardware
97
Software

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AD4 Status Codes


Code Status Screen Text
51
Hct/Air Det Slope
52
Hct/Air Det Instability
53
Hct/Air Det Overload
96
Hardware
97
Software

Error Log Text


AD4
AD4
AD4
AD4 ADC
AD4 Math

Flow Status Codes


Code Status Screen Text
71
StdA Flow
72
StdB Flow
73
StdC Flow
74
StdD Flow
75
Flowtime
76
Sample Flow
77
Air Flow
78
Back Flow

Error Log Text


StdA Flow
StdB Flow
StdC Flow
StdD Flow
Flowtime
Sample Flow
Air Flow
Back Flow

Control Status Codes


Code Status Screen Text
81
Ctrl 1 Flow
82
Ctrl 2 Flow
83
Ctrl 3 Flow

Error Log Text


Ctrl 1 Flow
Ctrl 2 Flow
Ctrl 3 Flow

System Status Codes


Code Status Screen Text
91
Barometer
92
Printer
93
Temperature
94
Communication
95
Hardware
95
Hardware
95
Hardware
96
Hardware
97
Software
99
Scheduled QC Not Run

Error Log Text


Barometer
Printer
Temperature
Communication
PEROM Write
PEROM Read
PEROM CRC
Hardware
Software
Scheduled QC Not Run

RMS Status Codes


Code Status Screen Text
688
N/A
690
N/A
691
N/A
693
N/A
694
N/A

Error Log Text


Software (Pack Not Present)
Software (Pack Empty)
Software (Pack Lot Date Expired)
Software (Pack Use Life Expired)
Communication Error

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CMS Status Codes
Code Status Screen Text
696
N/A
698
N/A
699
N/A
701
N/A
702
N/A

Error Log Text


Software (Pack Not Present)
Software (Pack Empty)
Software (Pack Lot Date Expired)
Software (Pack Use Life Expired)
Communication Error

Standards Information:
Sensor

Hct& ADETs

A&D

4. Trouble.

Standards Used
Delta mV Calibration
To calibrate
(between standards)
_______________________________________________________
pH
C&D
33
+
Na (pHOx)
A&D
17
(pHOx+/C/L)
A&C
16
PO2
Electronic 0.00 / Room Air,
Std A used for 1 pt Ca++
PCO2
A&B
17
Insert sheet shows HCO3- value. HCO3 x 1.5=CO2 in mmHg
(all ADETs) > 500
Hct ideal > 800

(Hb) Based on SO2 & Hct (mV not shown)


SO2
External Stds 1 & 2
n/a
+
K
A&C
24
iCa
A&D
12
Cl
A&C
15
Gluc
A&C
38-55
Lact
A&C
35-50
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4.3.1 Analyte Troubleshooting ( Series code 1-6 and Digit codes 1-4)
Multiple Channel failures:
Slope

Ensure the Reagent Pack is fully plugged in.

The pack box edge closest to you should


lie inside the small lip of the chassis.

Check the ow times displayed on the


service screens.

Inspect the Reference tubing to assure


ow.

Inspect the waste line


for bubbles.

Prime the system,


check each uid for air.

pH and Na+ require


a working reference
electrode.
Figure 4-1 Reagent Pack Placement

Note if the channels that fail use the same standard from the uid pack.
Loss of the +5 Vdc on the analog board
Loss of the Analog board A/D/ converter
Loss of +5 Vdc to the Analog Board
Analog Board over heated (PTC resister open) - If unit is allowed to cool off
by shutting it off for 5 minutes. Investigate why the unit or Analog board is
overheating.

Dependency Rules

Hct requires calibrated Na+ for calibration and results.

PCO2 requires calibrated pH for results (pH checked on standards to assure


bicarbonate is correct).

SO2 requires calibrated Hct and PO2 for results. Calculated SO2% is reported if measured SO2 is not available.

Hb requires Hct and SO2 for reporting.


Priority:
1. If linked with COOX, the COOX HGB is reported.
2. If no COOX link, the measured result is reported, if available.
3. If no COOX or measured result, the calculated result from the Hct reading
(Hct/3) is reported.
4. If no COOX, no measured, and no Hct, the default value (Hb) is reported.

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Qsp/Qt requires 2 separate blood samples for determination: mixed venous


and arterial.
RI utilizes input or default FIO2% for calculation.
Calculated Results require calibrated and proper results by measured tests
used in the calculation.
Suppression rules - If measured test is suppressed in the Setup, the calculated results based on test also will not be shown or printed.
Password (One) is used for Setup, Service Menu, and QC. (No user passwords are available.)
Interfaces are NOVA COOX, PDM, and ASTM.
Standby Mode:
There is no time dependency. Analyzer will prime and calibrate after coming
out of standby.
Idle pumping is active, but no uidic or gas calibrations are performed.
Features Auto-Wake-Up, Auto-Cal, and Auto-QC
Micro Sample Analysis:
Micro-Mode Tests: pH, PCO2, and PO2
Stepped Analysis: Stage 1 = Tip of probe to ADT1 (40 L)
Stage 2 = Up to ADT3
Stage 3 = Between ADT3 (up to ADT4): Other Tests
Reading (including contact with reference electrode)

Instability

Inspect sensor module for bubbles during the measurement cycle

Ensure that the waste valve stops the uid ow during analysis. Fill the ow
path with any standard, raise the probe to the syringe position
Look for droplets forming at the sampler tip.

Ensure that the waste and Reference solenoid valve are functioning.

Fill the ow path with any standard and view the system test screen.
The signals should be steady and there is no ow of uid there are three
Possible conditions, a loose sensor module, an analog board failure, or a
poor connection between a set of electrodes and an interconnect board.

Inspect the electrode washers to assure proper alignment. Nonalignment


may cause a ow problem.

In rare cases the tubing harness may have become contaminated. Using the cleaning adapter, ush the system with cleaning agent followed by distilled water.

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4. Trouble.

P50 is measured and is reported only when PO2 is between 30-75 mmHg.
P50c is reported when PO2 is outside those limits. P50 also requires calibrated SO2% and Hb/Hct for reporting.

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4.3.2 Single Channel Failures
Slope
View the Sensor Subsystem screens. If the change in millivolts between standards
is 0 or less than that mentioned in Section 4.3.1, there are several possibilities:

Membrane or sensor has reached the end of its use life.

Bubble of Air is covering the sensing material at the electrode tip.

The electrode is not making good contact with the Interconnect board contacts.

Loss of the Analog board multiplexer will cause a zero input to the A/D converter.

Ensure calibration on required channels: Sodium is required for Hct, Hct is


required for SO2%.

Viewing the Sensor subsystem screens you note an overload condition (999.9 mv).

Check for NO connection to the Interconnect board.

Check the PO2 /PCO2 for loss of the Internal Fill solution (membrane rupture).

Loss of the multiplexer or individual channel circuit on the Analog board.

The pH electrode may need conditioning.

Na+ sensor over 30 days of use. The Na+ sensor will be destroyed by conditioning.
Instability
Single channel instability is seldom a ow problem unless a standard is unique to a
particular channel.

De-bubble the electrodes.

Ensure a good connection between the electrode and the Interconnect


Board.

Ensure a good connection between the sensor module and Chassis.

Ensure the analyzer's door is closed and the ground strap is making good
connection.

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4.3.3 Temperature Problems

Ensure that the room ambient temperature is within specication ( 18o - 32o C).
Ensure that the sensor module is plugged in correctly.
View the Analog Input screen channel 20. This channel will be a 0 if the
module is at 37o C and change at a rate of 22.5 mv/1oC, + if above and - if
below 37o C.
The power for the preheater comes from the digital control board.
The heater control circuitry is on the analog board.

4.3.4 Air Detector (ADT) Problems

NOTE:

Air Detectors are only calibrated during a 2-point calibration.


Typically the Fluid /Air millivolt difference will be about 700.
Check the sample probe for air being introduced below the sensor module.
Check the sensor module for air being introduced at the electrode/sensor
module seal.
Ensure that the electrode sealing washers are centered and seated correctly.
The Air detector signals are processed by the analog board. They are only
displayed on the System Test screen. Alternately aspirate air and then uid
to see the change in the signal.
Remember to turn on the air oscillator to obtain an ADT reading.
Flow Test
During a ow test, the rotary valve rotates to each uid position.
The pump turns on to ll the lines from the rotary valve S-line port to
the ADT1.
The rotary valve rotates to an air position.
The pump turns on and the time in milliseconds until the ADT senses
air is recorded.
The time is normally 1200 msec. The acceptable range is 100 to 1700
milliseconds.
Run a Flow Test; press the soft key on the Service screen.
Typical result for Standard A, B, C, D is 1300.
If all are high (3000-5000), there is a ow path obstruction.
If only one is high,
1. Check for correct uid pack installation.
2. Check that the valve is in the correct position.
3. Connect a syringe to the S-line port of the valve. Remove the
reagent pack and move the valve to each position. Verify that the
link is clear by purging air through the S-port.

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4. Trouble.
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Inspect for air leak. Loss of IFS,


Replace
or
use
plasClear
the
plug
by
ushbad washer, ruptured membrane,
Replace or
or interconnect tubing seal.
backush the tic cleaning line to ing plastic line or reclear
the
plug.
place
the
module.
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air detector.

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4. Trouble.
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Appendix
A

Appendix

A.1

Quick Reference Guide


Measured Tests:
pH, PO2, PCO2, SO2%, Hb/Hct, (Na+ is not reported)

Alveolar Oxygen Concentration


Arterial Alveolar Oxygen Tension Ratio
Arterial Alveolar Oxygen
Base Excess, Extracellular Fluid
Base Excess, Blood
Actual Bicarbonate Concentration
Oxygen Content
P50 Calculated (when PO2 is <30 or >75)
Physiologic Shunt
Respiratory Index
Standard Bicarbonate
Oxygen Saturation % (Calculated)
Total Carbon Dioxide
pH/PCO2/PO2 (Temperature Patient Corrected, if selected)

Slope Limits:
pH 9.1 to 11.6 (1,7)
PO2 -15.0 to -1.6 (1,2,4,8)
Na+ 8.8 to 11.5 (1,7,8,9)
Electrode Notes:
1 = Long Life Sensor
2 = Intl Ref Electrode
3 = Membrane Cap; Push-On
4 = Membrane Cap; Screw-On
5 = Reectance

PCO2 7.9 to 12.6


SO2% 6.9 to 18.2
Hct:

12.0 to 50.

Appendix

Calculated Tests:

a/A

A-aDO2

BEecf

BEblood

HCO3
O2Ctc

P50c

Qsp/Qt

RI

SBC

SO2%c

TCO2

Temp

(1,2,4,8)
(1,5,8)
(1,6,7)

6 = Impedance
7 = No Washer
8 = Internal Washer
9 = Non-Reported Test
10= Obtained from SO2% and Hct

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Flow Limits:
Flow Test (Service Menu): Typical/Ideal Value = 1300 (milliseconds)
** High Values (ie: > 3000) or ERROR note on Std Channel:
Indicates major ow blockage.
Offset Limits (Slope/Intercept):
Test
Y-Intercept Range
pH
+/- 100 mpH
H+
NONE
PCO2
+/- 10 mm Hg
PO2
+/- 20 mm Hg
SO2 %
NONE
Hct
+/- 10.0 %
Hb
+/- 2.0 g/dl

Slope Range
NONE
0.8 to 1.2
0.8 to 1.2
0.9 to 1.1
0.9 to 1.1
0.8 to 1.2
0.9 to 1.1

Flow Cell Positions:


Top
Adet 1
Adet 2
Adet 3
Adet 4

Reference Biosensor
Located above Sample Probe
Na+
Used to detect 40 uL MicroSample
In Sensor Mod/Flow Cell
pCO2
Used to detect 70 uL sample
Reads Hct, then blood pulled up and air is
seen telling stop for electrode sample
sO2
reading; sample position
Positions top of sample for electrode readings

Reference
ADET 4

pH

pO2
ADET 3
ADET 2

Calibration Details (Analysis Time/Throughput):


Two Point Calibration:
User Selects (not auto control),
2,4,6 hour intervals (turned off in Standby Mode).
One Point Cal:
User selects for 30 or 45 minutes (same as STP/UL),
One point cal for ALL (gases plus pH/Hct),
One point SO2 done with each full 2-point calibration.
Standard One Point Cal: Done with blood samples: Single Mode (each sample);
NOT available with product release; will be for low
volume users only.

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Appendix
Throughput specs subject to change without notice
due to software sequence changes.

Throughput Details:

Mode A = 44 sec.; Mode B = 64 sec (time to view results)


Mode A = 62 sec; Mode B = 74 sec (full cycle)
Approx 50/Hour (varies by mode)
Analysis (view) = 43 sec; Run Time = 65 sec.

pHOx+C:
Analysis Cycle:
Run Time:
Throughput:
Micro Mode:

Mode A = 47 sec.; Mode B = 100 sec (time to view results)


Mode A = 65 sec; Mode B= 109 sec (full cycle)
Approx 33/Hour (varies by mode)
Analysis (view) = 45 sec; Run Time = 65 sec.

pHOx+-L:
Analysis Cycle:
Run Time:
Throughput:
Micro Mode:

Mode A = 60 sec.; Mode B = 126 sec (time to view results)


Mode A = 89 sec; Mode B= 134 sec (full cycle)
Goal: 25-30/Hour
Analysis (view) = 71 sec; Run Time = 95 sec.

Default Values:
Hb
Temperature
FIO2 %

14.5 g/dL
37 C
20.9 % (room air)

Sample Volume:
Regular Mode

Micro Mode

70 uL
115 uL
120 uL
40 uL
55 uL

(Range 10.0 to 20.0 g/dL)


(Range 10.0 to 40.0C)
(Range 20 to 100.0%)

pHOx/B
pHOx-Plus
pHOx-Plus L
pHOx/B
pHOx-Plus- Plus L

(all tests)
(all tests)
(all tests)
(gases)
(gases)

Software Version: 4.xx


Sample Type:
Arterial, venous, capillary, mixed venous, Quality Controls, and Prociency

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Appendix

pHOx/B:
Analysis Cycle:
Run Time:
Throughput:
Micro Mode:

pHOx Service Manual


One-Point Cal Modes:
Mode A One point uid cal performed with each Gas Cal I (30-45 min intervals).
(Best for medium-high volume customers)
Mode B One point uid and Gas Cal performed with EACH analysis.
(Best for LOW volume customers only - No separate Gas Cal I)
Rotary Valve Positions:

Closed
("Air Std D")

AIR
("Air Cntrl 1")

Std D

Std C

Cntrl 1

AIR
("Air Std C")

Closed
("Air Cntrl 2")

Std B

Cntrl 2

Sample

AIR
("Air Cntrl 3")

Closed
("Air Std B")

Cntrl 3

Std A
AIR ("Air Std A")
Home: Closed

"Dummy"/Closed
(not used)

Figure A-2 Valve Manifold Assembly (Tubing Connections and Rotation Positions)

Control/Position Valve Manually and View Positions: Service Menu, System Test

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AIR Positions:
Closed Positions:

Air Std A, Air Std C, Air Cntrl 1, Air Cntrl 3


HOME, Air Std B, Air Std D, Air Cntrl 2, Dummy

Fluid Positions:
Connections on Valve:

Std A
(A)

Control (Fluid) Positions:


Connections on Valve:

Cntrl 1
(E)

Not Used Position:

Dummy

Std B
(B)
Cntrl 2
(F)

Std C
(C)

Std D
(D)

Cntrl 3
(G)

Appendix
Linear (Measurement) Ranges:
pH
6.50 to 8.00 pH units
PCO2
3.0 to 200 mmHg (0.4 to 26.7 kPa)
PO2
0 to 800 mmHg
(0.0 to 106.7 kPa)
SO2% 0.0 to 100%
Hct
12% to 70%
Hb
4 - 23.3 g/dL - based on Hct
Na+
not reported - 1.0 to 200.0 mmol/L)

Memory Storage Capability:


Patient Storage 18 Samples (FIFO)
QC Storage
6 QC Files (FIFO)
Stores up to 10 daily points/level - condensed to 1 monthly point
Monthly Data - 32 points for each level
Error Codes
96 total codes stored (FIFO)
6 shown per screen (16 potential screens)
Appendix

QC Files Details:
6 QC Files plus File 0 (prociency)
3 On-Board QC les (combined gases/Hct/SO2 controls; 3 levels)
3 External QC les (3 levels for BG; 2 levels for Hct/SO2)
Features Auto QC (on-board QC) w/ preset times
Control reminder/lockout;
Setting daily QC analysis times.
Tracking Daily, Monthly, Cumulative, Levey-Jennings.
Fluids Details:
Std A - It is used to calibrate PCO2, Na+, Hct, and PO2 (1-point check) and sits
in ow cell during idle.
Std B - It is used to calibrate PCO2, contains surfactant, and is used to clean ow
path during cycles.
Std C - It is used to calibrate pH.
Std D - It is used to calibrate pH, Na+, and Hct.
External SO2 Calibrators - There are 2 levels used to calibrate SO2 (approx 50
and 95 %; nal values TBD). Calibrate monthly (or as needed).

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Dependency Rule and Setup Information:
HCT
Requires Na+ calibrated for calibration/results.
PCO2
Requires pH calibrated for results. (pH checked to assure bicarbonate
is correct.)
SO2% Requires Hct calibrated, uses SO2%c if measured SO2 is not available.
Hb
Requires Hct and SO2 for reporting.
Hb method priority:
(1) If linked with COOx, then COOx Hb will be reported.
(2) If no COOx link, measured results are reported (if available).
(3) If no COOx or measured result, calculated result from Hct reading
(Hct/3) is reported.
(4) If no Coox, no measured, and no Hct: Reports Default Value (Hb).
P50 Measured Reported only with PO2 between 30 and 75 mmHg.
Also requires calibrated SO2% and Hb/Hct for reporting.
Qsp/Qt Requires 2 separate blood samples for determination: Mixed Venous
and Arterial.
RI
Utilizes input or default FIO2 % for calculation.
nCa
pHOx-Plus Only. Requires properly installed/calibrated iCa and pH.
Anion Gap pHOx-Plus Only. Requires properly calibrated/installed Na+,K+,Cl-, PCO2.
Calculated Results require calibrated and proper results by measured tests used
in calculation.
Suppression (Hb): Only Hb can be suppressed: Option to turn Hb from measured
to calculated (one or the other will always appear).
Passwords:

One password (System Password) for Set Up

200 user unique passwords available - 3 levels of priviledge:


1. Privilege Level 1: Operators have access to all areas of the analyzer
except those protected by the existing System Password. Level 1 operators do not require PDM review and may override this feature. Level 1
operators can override QC lockout.
2. Privilege Level 2: Operators have access to all areas of the analyzer
except those protected by the existing System Password. Level 2 operators DO require PDM review, but may override this feature. Level 2
operators cannot override QC lockout.
3. Privilege Level 3: Operators have access to analysis only. Level 3 operators require PDM review and cannot override this. Level 3 operators
cannot override.
Test Suppression:
If measured test is suppressed, any calculated/associated tests will also be
suppressed. Tests still will be calibrated w/errors displayed on suppressed
channels.

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Appendix
Interfaces:
NOVA COOX, PDM, ASTM interfaces.
Standby Mode:
No time dependency will prime and calibrate after coming out of Standby,
In Standby only does idle pumping, no uidic/gas calibration,
Auto-Wake-Up, Auto-Cal, and Auto-QC
Micro-Sample Analysis:
Micro-Mode Tests: pH, PCO2, PO2
Stepped Analysis: Stage 1 = Tip of Probe to Adet 1 (45/55 uL
Stage 2 = Up to Adet 3.
Stage 3 = Between Adet 3 (up to Adet 4):
Other Tests Reading (including contact with Reference Electrode)

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Appendix

QC Lockout:
Mode A Lockout:
If lockout enabled, and tests fail, unit can be unlocked by running any
control level and passing all tests.
Mode B Lockout:
If lockout enabled, and tests fail, unit can only be unlocked by running
specic control level(s) that failed and passing all tests.
QC Storage Options:
Mode A QC Storage:
If all QC results pass range limits, QC results are automatically stored
in memory. If any results fail range limits, all results will remain on unit
display until either user accepts/rejects results or another QC or sample
result is run/displayed (at which time past [non-released] QC results)
will be deleted.
Mode B QC Storage:
All QC results, whether passing or failing range limits are automatically
stored in memory at end of control analysis.
Glucose (Overrange Testing) pHOx-Plus/C/L only:
Gluc Overrange Solution included in Reagent Pack: Done Automatically Daily;
Elimination of manual - ampule running of Performance Check Solution
Automatic Glucose Performance done at operator-programmed time daily.
(Nova recommends to set time at 5:00 AM for optimum performance.)
PASS - FAIL is reporting. Change Gluc Membrane if test lists as FAILED and
repeat.
Glucose Auto Polishing Cycle: Automatic polishing of Gluc sensor occurs each day
at midnight, followed by 2-point cal, and additional 2-pt calibrations at 2 and 4 AM.

pHOx Service Manual


Error Code Overview:
Code Groups Summary
Group: 1 - 6
Group: 7 - 13
Group: 14 - 19
Group: 20 - 32
Group: 33 - 35
Group: 36 - 42
Group: 43 - 48
Group: 49 - 53
Group: 54 - 58
Group: 59 - 63
Group: 64 - 68
Group: 69 - 75
Group: 76 - 78
Group: 79 - 104
Group: 602 - 684
Group: 686 - 703

pH
PCO2
PO2
SO2%
Hb
Hct
Na+
ADET 1
ADET 2
ADET 3
ADET 4
Flow-Related
QC-Related
Hardware-Software Related
QC Related
RMS Reagent Pack Related

(Refer to the reference manual for specic code details.)

A.2

General Maintenance/QC
1.

Flowpath Conditioning
(AS NEEDED)
(Use serum/plasma/whole blood - Automated Cycle.)
(Sales/Customer Typical Information: Customers as below; Sales- Do once
at start of demo/evaluation.)
a. Done daily for low-mid volume users (as needed).
b. Not required for higher volume users.

2.

Control(s) Analysis
(DAILY)
(Sales Information: SetUp QC Files fully before demo/evaluation;
Customers: Run QC as they wish.)
NOTE: Internal & External Controls are unique for all
pHOx models. Controls for pHOx cannot be used on
pHOx-Plus or L, and visa-versa.
a.
b.

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Internal Controls - 3 levels (All Tests including gases and SO2)


External Controls - 3 levels in Multi-Pack Only (pHOx/B =All Tests inc.
SO2 & Gases; pHOx+/L = All Tests, inc. electrolytes/Glu/Lac)

Appendix
Glucose Overrange Solution (Analysis) pHOx+/L/C Only (DAILY)
(Sales Information: Verify Performance Chk passes- AutoRun at start of
demo/evaluation & at each followup)
Software Versions 2.0.x or Higher
(Elimination of manual-ampule running of Performance Check Solution.)
Automatic Glucose Performance done at operator-programmed time daily.
PASS - FAIL reporting: Change Gluc Membrane if test lists as FAILED then
repeat test.
For Failed Test: Gluc is BACKLIT on Ready screen indicating failure; tests
are unavailable for use until resolved.

4.

Flowpath Cleaning
(MONTHLY)
a. For product release: Do monthly.
b. Automated aspiration cycle, use Deproteinizing Solution.
c. For pHOx only, remove Na+ electrode (non-glass sensor) and use a
blank electrode.

5.

Calibrate SO2 Channel pHOx/+/L/C


(MONTHLY)
a. Calibrate using 2 external Calibrators (latex suspension).
b. Do monthly or more frequently as needed.

6.

Clean SO2 Sensor (Optics) Surface: (pHOx/+/L/C)


(QUARTERLY)
a. Wipe optics surface of SO2 Sensor with lint-free tissue soaked with
Cleaning Solution or 10% Bleach. Rinse with H2O.

7.

Replace Na+ Electrode pHOx


(AS NEEDED)
a. Required to be done based on slope or results performance.
b. Correct Hct QC is NOT reliable indicator of Na+ channel performance.
Condition Na+ Electrode pHOx+/L/C
(AS NEEDED)
a. Required to be done based on slope or results performance.
b. Use Na+ Conditioning Solution (PN 36856). Remove Na+ and soak in
Conditioning Solution for 2 minutes.

8.

Electrode Maintenance Details


pH Electrode

Condition (manually) troubleshooting w/ pH Cond Soln (PN 06856); 10


min soak.

NO need to condition at start of use (Cond Soln in electrode pouch:


pre-soaked)

Long-Life Sensor (similar to Stat Prole M)

Expected Lifetime: 1-2 Years; Warranty = 6 months from installation

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Appendix

3.

pHOx Service Manual


PO2 Electrode

Screw-On Membrane Cap (w/ Washer attached)


Polish electrode (manually) (10 sec. circular on paper) w/ each membrane change.
Electrode = Long Life; Membrane = Short Life
Electrode estimated life = 1-3 Years; Membrane estimated life = 1-5
months
Warranty: Electrode: 6 months; Membrane: Free of defects at installation
Blood Condition after new electrode is installed (membrane changed
as needed).
Prelled Membrane Caps (no IFS addition required or to be added)

PCO2 Electrode

Screw-on Membrane Cap (NEW Version; Different than STP/UL);


washer attached.
Membrane Life (new membranes/sensors = 2-12 weeks
NO Conditioning (PCO2 Condition Solution) at StartUp (Caps presoaked in package)
Electrode = Long Life; Membrane = Short Life
Electrode estimated life = 1-3 Years; Membrane estimated life = 1-5
months
Warranty: Electrode: 6 months; Membrane: Free of defects at installation
Blood Condition after new electrode install, membrane change and
as needed.
Pre-lled Membrane Caps (no IFS addition required or to be added)

Na+ Electrode
pHOx:

Short- Life Disposable Electrode. NO maintenance.

Expected Lifetime: 2-4 months. Warranty = 1 month (from install).

Do NOT condition with pH Cond Solution (will damage electrode).

Must remove Na+ when doing Flowpath Cleaning (use blank).


pHOx-Plus/L/C:

Long-Life Sensor (similar to SP-M)

Expected Lifetime: 1-3 Years. Warranty = 6 months (from install).

Condition (as needed): Requires manual soak in Na+ Conditioning


Solution.

NO need to remove Na+ (from owpath) when doing Flowpath Cleaning.

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Appendix
SO2 Channel

pHOx/+/L/C Only
Clean ow-channel with cotton-tipped swab.
Wipe optics surface of SO2 Sensor with lint-free tissue soaked w/
Cleaning Solution or 10% Bleach. Rinse with H2O. (Quarterly)
Expected Lifetime: 6-12 Months
Warranty = 3 months from installation

K+ Electrode
pHOx-Plus/L/C Only

Mid-life (age) Sensor (similar to SP-M); Max Use Life = 5 months

Blood/protein conditioning for low-volume customers (as needed)


iCa Electrode
pHOx-Plus/L/C Only

Short-life (age) Sensor (similar to STP-M)

Expected Lifetime: 1-3 Months; Warranty = 7 days or 300 samples from


installation

Blood conditioning (optional) can improve sensor performance.

Glucose Electrode pHOx+/L/C Only

Electrode Short-life (age) Sensor (similar to STP-M)

Electrode = Long Life; Membrane = Short Life

Electrode estimated life = 1-3 Years; Membrane estimated life = 1-4


weeks (replace membrane if Glucose Performance Check fails or slope
drops out)

Warranty: Electrode: 6 months; Membrane: 3 days from installation

Polish using new YELLOW (1 u) Polishing Paper only.

NO CONDITIONING (soaking) of Sensor required routinely.

Polish sensor ONLY FOR TROUBLESHOOTING (not with each membrane change). (Polish AS NEEDED.)

Polish 10 seconds. (Polish DRY on paper: no water added.)

Rinse with water; blot dry.

Replace new membrane directly.

Condition sensor in Soaking Solution (PN 13409) for 5 minutes with


polishing.

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Appendix

Cl- Electrode
pHOx-Plus/L/C Only

Short-life (age) Sensor (similar to STP-M)

Expected Lifetime: 1-3 Months; Warranty = 7 days or 300 samples from


installation

Blood conditioning (optional) can improve sensor performance

No membrane cap; pre-lled/sealed sensor (similar to STP-M)

pHOx Service Manual


Lactate
pHOx-Plus-L Only

Electrode = Long Life; Membrane = Short Life

Electrode estimated life = 1-3 Years; Membrane estimated life = 1-3


weeks (Replace membrane if Lact Std D Hi or Lo errors occur or slope
drops out.)

Warranty: Electrode: 6 months; Membrane: 3 days from installation

Polish using new YELLOW (1 u) Polishing Paper only.

NO CONDITIONING (soaking) of Sensor required routinely.

Polish sensor ONLY FOR TROUBLESHOOTING (not with each membrane change). (Polish AS NEEDED.)

Polish 10 seconds. (Polish DRY on paper: no water added.)

Rinse with water; blot dry.

Condition sensor in Soaking Solution (PN 13409) for 5 minutes with


polishing.

A.2.1 Other Analyzer Maintenance


1.
a.
b.
c.
d.

2.

Analyzer Shutdown
a. Short-Term (<2 Hours)

Power-off the analyzer

No need to rinse/clean unit for this period of time


b.

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Tubings Details
Pump Tubings
QUARTERLY
May need more frequent changes due to any ow-related problems.
External Tubings: Waste/Reference Lines (through Solenoids) YEARLY
Other External Tubings
YEARLY
Internal Tubings (Manifold)
YEARLY
(done only at time of PM by eld engineer)
AS NEEDED

Long Term (> 48 Hours)

Requires water and air purge of owpath and all reagent lines

Utilize special Purge Manifold to attach to reagent needle ports and


place

Put all lines (except waste) in distilled water. Process 2-3 uid primes
with water.

Then remove lines from water and leave open to air; process 2 uid
primes with air.

After air prime, unit may be shut-off and remove electrodes as needed.

Take pump tubing off pump roller to relieve tubing tension.

Appendix
A.3

pHOx Electrode/Standards
Electrode

Standards Used in
Approximate Delta mV
Calibration/Slope
(between standards)
_________________________________________________________________
Stds C & D

33

Na+

Stds A & D

17

PO2

Stds Room Air, Std A and 0


(Ratio Air to Fluid (A)
for 2 pt Cal;
Std A used for 1 pt Cal)

Not Shown (Air to 0)


1 (typical ratio Air/A)
(should be almost same)

PCO2

Stds A and B
(HCO3- for
dissolved gas>>monitor pH)

17

Hct and ADETs

Stds A and D (all ADETs)

> 500 (Adet 3 = Hct)


(ideal > 800)

Hb

Based on SO2 and Hct

TBD

Appendix

pH

SO2%

External Stds 1 and 2


n/a
_________________________________________________________________

A.4

Electronics and Mechanicals Overview


Electronics
Circuit Boards and Main Assemblies
NOTE:

Almost all circuit boards on the pHOx utilize surfacemount technology, therefore board component repair is
not recommended except for socketed chips.
Analog Board/Sensor Board
Digital/Controller Board
Display Assembly

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A.5

Distribution Board
Electrode (Left and Right) Interconnect Boards
Keypad
Power Entry Module
Power Supply Assembly
Printer Printhead and Printer Interface Board
SO2 Sensor Board

Shutdown Procedure
If the analyzer is to be turned off for more than 24 hours, ush the tubing harness rst with
distilled water then with air. Use the Flush Fixture (PN 24327) to perform this procedure.
1. Remove the Reagent Pack from the analyzer.
2. Install the Flush Fixture into the analyzer in the same way as the Reagent
Pack.
3. Place the W-line of the xture into an empty container.
4. Place the other tubing ends into a beaker of distilled water.
5. From the Ready/Not Ready screen, press Menu (soft key).
6. Select Flowpath Maintenance and press Enter.
7. Press Purge (soft key).
8. When the cycle ends, take all the tubings out of the distilled water. Leave
the W-line in its container.
9. Repeat the purge with air.
10. When this cycle is completed, remove the ush xture.
11. The pHOx Analyzer is now ready to be powered off for extended time.

A.6

Start Up Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

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Insert the Reagent Pack and the Quality Control Pack.


Reinstall the pump tubing.
Power up the analyzer.
Perform normal uid priming and biosensor maintenance.
Calibrate the analyzer.
Run QC per your normal procedures.

Stat Prole pHOx


Installation Check List

DONE

DONE

Model _____________________ Serial # ____________________

Instrument Check Out

Set Up Check Out

W/R Pump Tubing Harness


Reagent Cartridge
Control Cartridge (when available)
Tubing Harness
Electrode / Membranes
SO2 Sensor Module
Software Card and Version
Probe/Microsample Adapter
W and R Lines

Inspect Unit for Shipping Damage


Remove Cover, Check all Cable Connections
Fuses
Correct Line Voltage
N/A

YES

SMR(s) ____________________

Barometric Pressure

N/A

YES

Sensor Module Temperature

Troubleshooting Training Subjects


Solenoid Valve Tubing Incorrectly Seated
Water Test
Flow Blockage
Other __________________________
Other __________________________
Other __________________________

Operator Training Subjects


System Identicaion
Running an Analysis
Operational Status
Calibrating the Analyzer
Replacing Reagents and Paper
Troubleshooting
Flow Test and Flushing

DONE

Using and Handling Controls

Fill out and review PACE forms


Review customer warranty or service
nancing coverage

Maintenance
Set Up

The above checks have been performed on your NOVA analyzer as part of your INSTALLATION. We at NOVA BIOMEDICAL believe that you, our valued customer, are entitled to the highest quality support available. As part of this service, we are leaving a copy of this check list for your records. If any questions arise,
feel free to contact us TOLL FREE at 1-800-545-NOVA.

Nova Support Representative

Date

Customer Signature

Date
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Preventive Maintenance Check List
SMR _____________________

CLEAN

ADJUST

REPLACE

Mechanical Checkout

INSPECT

CLEAN

ADJUST

REPLACE

INSPECT

Model _____________________ Serial # _____________________

Electronic Checkout
LCD Screen
Electronics Bay
Electrical Grounds
RS232 Connections
Software Version ______

Pump Assy
Sampler Assy
W & R Valve
Rotary Valve

CLEAN

ADJUST

REPLACE

INSPECT

Printer Assy

Fluidic Checkout
Flowcell
SO2 Sensor
Sensors (replace membrane,
if applicable)
DONE

External Tubing
Internal Tubing
Fluids Bay
Fluid Fountain
Sample Probe
Capillary Adapter

The above checks have been performed on your NOVA analyzer as part of your scheduled PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE service call. We at NOVA BIOMEDICAL believe that you, our valued customer, are entitled to the highest quality support available. As part of this service, we are leaving a copy of this check list
for your records. If any questions arise, feel free to contact us TOLL FREE at 1-800-545-NOVA. The PM sticker placed on the upper, front corner of the left side
cover indicates todays date, the month your next scheduled PM is due, the initials of the Nova Support Representative and the service report number.

Nova Support Representative

Date

Customer Signature

Date
A-17

A-18

A-19

A-20

PCMCIA

COM3

COM2

COM1

BARCODE

POWER SUPPLY
J7

TB2

AC
INPUT

TB1

J8
DIGITAL CONTROL BOARD
J9
CN3

P1

P5

PUMP

J11

SAMPLER

J10
SEIKO
PRINTER

J102

J104

J103

J6

J3

FLUID
PACK

FP

P4

FRONT
PANEL

LEFT ELECTRODE CLIP

TEST

J7

CN1
CCFL

KEYPAD

J2

ANALOG BOARD

CN2
OPTREX
LCD PANEL

P2

J1

DISTRIBUTION BOARD

SENSOR
MODULE

RIGHT ELECTRODE CLIP

J101

ROTARY
VALVE

CP

Title:

Page S-1

Size

CONTROL
PACK

WIRING DOCUMENT
FOR PRODUCT: NOVA PHOX
Drawing Number

Rev

D
Do not scale drawing

Sheet

of

DWG #10-1087A

AC Mains Entry Module To Power Supply TB1


AC Line
Brown

AC Neutral
Earth Ground

3
5

Blue
Green/Yellow

Analog Board J3 to Sensor Module CN1


ADT1-E
Yellow

ADT1-M

THERMISTOR
FPACK
AGND

Blue
Red

White

Black

---

HEATER+

Red

HEATER-

Brown

N.C.

N.C.

---

N.C.

---

10

Digital Control Board J9 to Seiko Printer CN3


PV1
---

GND
PV2
PV2

-------

2
3
4

PGND
PGND

-----

5
6

P STB#
P DR1
P DR2

-------

11
12
13

P DR3
P DR4
P DR5

-------

14
15
16

P DR6
P DR7
P DR8

-------

17
18
19

P BUSY
P ACK#
P ERR#

-------

20
21
22

P PE
GND
P RESET#

-------

23
24
25

P ONLINO
P ONLINI
P FEED#

-------

26
27
28

P BFEED#
P NMI#

-----

29
30

PV2
PV2
GND

-------

31
32
33

PV1

---

Digital Control Board J11 to Distribution Board J101


GND
1
--2
D LP
---

GND
DM
GND
D FLM
GND
D CP
GND
D DD0
GND
D DD1
GND
D DD2
GND
D DD3
GND
D SPARE
GND
D ENAVDD
D VEEN
D ENABKL
D YELLOW#
D GREEN#
D VCC
D VCC
D VCC
D VCC
KBY5#
KBY4#
KBY3#
KBY2#
KBY1#
KBY0#
KBX3#
KBX1#
KBX2#
KBX0#
SPCLK
DACLK
DADAT
SPKRSPKR+

Digital Control Board J8 to Main Wire Harness


PGND
P9
Black

ANA V+
+5VANA
-5VANA
ANAGND
ANAGND
ANAGND
ANARXD#
ANATXD#
VCCPROT
GND
GND
INT7
HTRCTL#
FAIL#
$1N3313
PGND

---

PGND

P6

Black

-----

3
4

PMD1
PMD3

P1
P1

Red
Yellow

-----

5
6

PMD0
PMD2

P1
P1

Black
Grey

---

10

-----

12
13

-------

-----

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29

-------

30
31
32

-----

33
34

-------

35
36
37

-----

38
39

Main Wire Harness J8 to Rot Val P9


N.C.
---

-------

41
42
43

N.C.
ROVHOME#
ROVLED

--White
Red

2
3
4

---

44

GND
GND

Black
Black

5
6

---------------------------------------------------

34

Main Wire Harness J8 to Control Pack CP


TOUCH
Orange

Main Wire Harness J8 to Lamp P7


LAMPRed

LAMP+

N.C.
N.C.
GND

2
3
4

Brown

Digital Control Board J10 to Analog Board J1


PGND
---

----Black

5
6

-------

2
3
4

7
8

KBY1#
KBY0#

-----

5
6

9
10
11

KBX3#
KBX2#
KBX1#

-------

7
8
9

12
13
14

KBX0#
G AN
G KA

-------

10
11
12

Y AN
Y KA

-----

13
14

VALVECOM
TOUCH

P4
FP

Black
Orange

P5

Red

14
15
16

DOORSW#

P6

White

SMD2
PGND

P5
P10

Grey
Black

-----

18
19

SMD1

P5

Yellow

15

---

20

GND
SMD10

P10
P5

Black
Black

16
17

-----

22
24

PGND
RVD3
SAMPLED

FP
P2
P10

Black
Red
Red

18
19
20

RVD2
ROVLED
HEATER+

P2
P9
P3

Grey
Red
Red

21
22
23

HOME#
DOORLED
SAMHOME#

P9
--P10

White
N.C.
White

24
25
26

HEATERLAMP-

P3
P7

Brown
Brown

27
28

GND

---

N.C.

29

LAMP+
VALVE1#

P7
P4

Red
White

30
31

P2
P4
P2

Black
Violet
Yellow

32
33
34

P9
---

Black
N.C.

2
4

D CP
DM
VADJ
VCCS
GND
VEE
D DD3
D DD2
D DD1
D DD0
DISPOFF#

Power Supply TB2 to Digital Control Board J7


PGND
Black

Main Wire Harness J8 to Rotary Valve P2


RVD1
Yellow

+24VDC
POWER-FAIL
+5VDC

Violet
White
Red

2
3
4

RVD3
RVD0
RVD2

Red
Black
Grey

2
3
4

GND
+12VDC

Black
Orange

5
6

N.C.
N.C.

-----

5
6

GND
-12VDC

Green
Yellow

7
8

Main Wire Harness J8 to Sampler P10


N.C.
---

Main Wire Harness J8 to Fluid Pack FP


TOUCH
Orange

N.C.
N.C.
GND

2
3
4

N.C.
SAMHOME#
SAMPLED

--White
Red

2
3
4

GND
GND

Black
Black

5
6

VALVE0#
VALVECOM
N.C.

Violet
Black
---

2
3
4

ADT1-E
ADT1-M

Yellow
Blue

5
6

Main Wire Harness J8 to Pump P1


PDM1
Red

PDM3
PDM0
PDM2

Yellow
Black
Grey

2
3
4

Main Wire Harness J8 to Sampler P5


SMD1
Yellow

RVD0
VALVE0#
RVD1

2
3

PGND
PGND

N.C.
N.C.

KBY4#
KBY3#
KBY2#

SMD3

Main Wire Harness J8 to Fluid Deck P4


VALVE1#
White

SMD3
SMD0
SMD2

Distribution Board J102 to Membrane Keypad


KBY5#
---

Red
Black
Grey

-----

5
6

Main Wire Harness J8 to Door Switch P6


DOORSW#
White
N.C.
---

1
2

PGND

Black

----Black

Distribution Board J103 to Optrex Backlight CN1


COM
White
1
N.C.
N.C.
HOT

----Black

2
3
4

Distribution Board J104 to Optrex LCD Panel CN2


D FLM
--1
D LP
--2
-----

3
4

-----

5
6

---

7
8
9
10
11
12
13

-------------

P2

DB0

16

DB1

15

DB2

14

DB3

13

GND

DB8

DB5

11

DB6

DB7

ADB16

15

14

ADB3

13

DB12

ADB4

12

DB13

ADB5

11

DB14

ADB6

10

DB15

ADB7

ADB17

15

ADB18

14

ADB10
ADB11
ADB19

13

ADB20

12

VCC

ADB25

BADS#

ADB21

11

ADB22

10

ADB23

RAMADD0

16

RAMADD8

RAMADD1

15

RAMADD9

RAMADD2

14

RAMADD10

RAMADD3

13

GND

RAMADD4

12

RAS0#

RAMADD5

11

RAS1#

RAMADD6

10

CASH#

RAMADD7

CASL#

CLKOUT
3

14

BRSTSYNC
4

13

LATERD#

12

CHOKEWR#

11

BD/C#

READY#

10

DREQ0

BM/IO#

GND

DACK0#

BW/RD#

ADB15

15

BWR#

BBLE#

ADB14

P6

16

BCLK2

BRD#

BBHE#

ADB13

ADB24

GND

ADB12

10

TP2

P4
16

ADB9

ADB2

DB11
12

ADB1

DB10
5

P3

16

ADB8

DB9

DB4

PMPCLK

1.8MCLK
BUSY

D8

R137
221

R138
221

R123
221

GREEN

GREEN

GREEN

D9

LOGIC ANALYZER TEST POINTS

TP1

DIAGNOSTIC LEDS

VCC

P1

D7

U21
DB15

OC

CLK100

DB14

7406D

CLOCK GENERATOR
1 OHM 1W

C75

C64

47
16V

C63

0.1

0.1

R136 10

X1

14
6
11
7
1

X2

24MHZ

F0

14.3MHZ

F1

12MHZ

F2

1.8MHZ

50.113 MHz

11

CLK2

R150 33
R133 33

MR#

1.8MCLK

RTC / NVRAM

SYSTEM BUS BUFFERS

D10
8
7
5

RST
RST#

C96

PFI

PFO#

CLK2
RST#

RST#
RSTSYNC
RSTSYNC

U32

W/RD#

POWER ON RESET

R114
4.75K

D/C#
M/IO#
RD#
WR#

R134

A25

R145
4.75K

PWRFAIL#

221

C65

BARCODE

A24
A23

VCC

A22

100PF

A21
A20

CLK2

A19

install BARCODE pullup OR pulldown only

KU386EXTC

so software sees the right levels when nothing is connected

J1
DSR
RXD#
RTS
TXD#
CTS
DTR
RI

SGND

U24

5
6

BCRXD

R170
4.75K

4.75K

74HCT14

2
8

BCTXD

VCC

U23

BCVCC

TMRGATE0

LAMPON#

74HCT14

C7

100PF

NMI

R135

U23

BCODE

C28

R175
4.75K

74HC02D

221

R46

1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5

BS8#

221

R49

DCD

VCC

4.75K

4.75K

AUDIOENB
DOOR

100PF

R148

110
33
41
90
73
120

A18

RESET

CLK2

BS8#

ADS#

NA#

W/R#

NMI

D/C#

SMI#

M/IO#

SMIACT#

READY#
LBA#

101
105
129
102
131
132
104
106

P1.0/DCD0#

RD#

P1.3/DSR0#

WR#

DRIVENB#
SHELL

MECHENB#

4.75K

NMIENB#

12 OD13

CS3

R71

CS3#

ACT05

SMD050

CS2#
CS1#

U14

111
108
107
126
125
124
123
122

CS0#

P1.1/RTS0#

A25

P2.6/TXD0

A24

P2.7/CTS0#

A23

P1.2/DTR0#

A22

P1.4/RI0#

A21

P1.7/HLDA

A19

P1.6/HOLD

A18

P1.5/LOCK#

A17

P2.4/CS4#

A16

P2.3/CS3#

A15

P2.2/CS2#

A14

P2.1/CS1#

A13

P2.0/CS0#

A12
A11

VCC

R47

1.8MCLK

4.75K

U23

R51

DOORSW#

INT2
INT1

1.00K

C8

INT3

74HCT14

CLK100

22
40V
C29

100PF

TMROUT1
TMROUT0

R164

93
94
95
96

INT4

INT6

INT7

74LS14D

U19

OD

92
89
91
PMPCLK

10

RXD3
TXD3

IPCMRX

74HCT14

IPCM PORT

DREQ0

12 13

ANATXD#

P3.6/PWRDWN

A9

P3.5/INT3

A8

P3.4/INT2

A7

P3.3/INT1

A6

P3.2/INT0

A5

P3.1/TMROUT1

A4

P3.0/TMROUT0

A3

TMRCLK0/INT4

A1

TMRGATE0/INT5

BHE#

TMRCLK1/INT6

BLE#

DACK0#

IPCMTX

XCDONE

4.75K
XCRLD#

R183
4.75K

BUSY#/TMRGATE2

D14

PEREQ/TMRCLK2

D13

ERROR#/TMROUT2

D12
D11

118
112
117
128
113

DRQ1/RXD1

D10

DACK1#/TXD1

D9

DRQ0/DCD1#

D8

DACK0#/CS5#

D7

EOP#/CTS1#

D6

R147

74HCT14

U23

XCDATA

XINIT

D5

98
77
79
78

STXCLK/DSR1#

D4

SRXCLK/DTR1#

D3

SSIOTX/RTS1#

D2

SSIORX/RI1#

D1
D0

76
25
24
26
119

J5

BRST#

VCC

TDI
TDO
TMS

4.75K

R182

10
8
6
4
2

UCS#
CS6#/REFRESH#
WDTOUT

ADS#

R176

W/RD#
D/C#

221

M/IO#

R189

72
70
68
67
66
65
63
62
61
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
48
45
44
43
42
39
37

2
3
5
6
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
16
17
19
20
21
23
24

1B2

1A2

1B3

1A3

1B4

1A4
1A5
1A6

1B7

1A7

1B8

1A8

1B9

1A9

2B1

2A1

2B2

2A2

2B3

2A3

2B4

2A4

2B5

2A5
2A6

2B6
2B7

2A7

2B8

WR#

2A8

2B9

2A9

1DIR

TDI

2DIR

TDO

1OE#

TCK

2OE#

TMS

55
54
52
51
49
48
47
45
44
43
42
41
40
38
37
36
34
33

1
2
114

A16
A25
A15
A24
A14
A23
A13
A22
A12
A21
A11
A20
A10
A19
A9
A18
A8
A17
A7
A16
A6
A15
A5
A14
A4
A13
A3
A12
A2
A11
A1
A10
BHE#
A9
BLE#

2
3
5
6
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
16
17
19
20
21
23
24

A8

R174

A6

A16

A13

PFO

A12

VCC

A11

WE

31

BCLK2

ADB12

30

BRST#

ADB11

29

BRSTSYNC

ADB10

28

BADS#

ADB9

27
A9

ADB8

BW/RD#

A10

BD/C#

ADB7

25
A7

BM/IO#

ADB6

24
A6

BRD#

ADB5

23
A5

BWR#
ADB25

ADB4

22
A4

ADB3

21
A3

ADB24

ADB2

20
A2

ADB23

ADB1

19
A1

ADB22

BBLE#

18
A0

ADB21

ADB15

ADB16

ADB15
ADB14
ADB13

CE

CHOKEWR#

BRD#

CS2#

DQ6
DQ5
DQ4
DQ3

10

DB6

11

DB5

12

DB4

13

DB3

DQ1
DQ0

ADB10
ADB9
ADB8
ADB7
ADB6
ADB5
ADB4
ADB3

DB2

14

DQ2

ADB11

DB7

DQ7

ADB12

VCC

OE

26
A8

15

DB1

16

DB0

ADB2
ADB1
BBLE#

17

GND

DS1644P

ADB20

CS1#
BRD#

ADB19

U35

ADB18

CHOKEWR#

30
27
29
28

1
26
56
31

1B1

1A1

1B2

1A2

1B3

1A3

1B4

1A4

1B5

1A5

1B6

1A6

1B7

1A7

1B8

1A8

1B9

1A9

2B1

2A1

2B2

2A2

2B3

2A3

2B4

2A4

2B5

2A5

2B6

2A6

2B7

2A7

2B8

2A8

2B9

2A9

1DIR

TDI

2DIR

TDO

ADB14

XTDO

6
75
64
17

ADB13
ADB12

ADB5

71

CS3B#

ADB4

CS4A#

72

CS4A#

CS4B#

69

CS4B#

M/IO#

10

IO#

CS5A#

66

CS5A#

ADS#

11

ADS#

CS5B#

65

CS5B#

RD#

27

RD#

W/RD#

26

W/R#

CHWR#

80

D/C#

95

D/C#

LTRD#

81

BRST#

91

/RESET

SYSTEM DRAM

ADB1

U28

ADB9

UCS#
BRD#

CHOKEWR#

ADB7

BWR#

LATERD#

ADB6
ADB5

33
33

44
34

MECHENB#

R196
R198
R195
R197

33
33
33
33

40
43
41
42

R154

33

47

79

RAS0#

CLK2

89

CLK2

RAS1#

78

RAS1#

CLKOUT

92

CLKOUT
CASL#

82

CASL#

CASH#

86

CASH#

ADB3
ADB2
ADB1
BBHE#
WDTOUT

96

WDTOUT

BBLE#
MECHENB#

30
27
29
28

A3

RA2

54

RAMADD2

A4

RA3

67

RAMADD3

BHE#

ADB5

22

A5

RA4

74

RAMADD4

BLE#

ADB6

33

A6

RA5

73

RAMADD5

ADB7

100

A7

RA6

57

RAMADD6

ADB8

98

A8

RA7

62

RAMADD7

ADB9

99

A9

RA8

60

RAMADD8

A10

RA9

58

RAMADD9

59

RAMADD10

D3
D2
D1
D0
VCC
UCS#
CS6#

CLKOUT

4.75K
R166
R165
4.75K

30
27
29
28

1A1

1B1

1A2

1B2

1A3

1B3

1A4

1B4

1A5

1B5

1A6

1B6

1A7

TMS

1A8

1B8

1A9

1B9

2A1
2A2

2B2

2A3

2B3

2A4

2B4

2A5

2B5

2A6

2B6

2A7

2B7

2A8

2B8

2A9

2B9

TDI

1DIR

TDO

2DIR

TCK

1OE#

TMS

2OE#

U27

DB15

1MEG = No jumper

DB14

4MEG = No jumper

DB13

ADB10

DB11
DB10

ADB11

ADB12

ADB13

23

ADB14

18

DB8

ADB15

37

DB7

ADB16

34

DB6

ADB17

24

DB5

ADB18

25

DB4

R213

DB3

4.75K

DB2
DB1

4.75K

R162
4.75K

DB0

R209

VCC

E7

BWR#

ADB19

ADB20

ADB21

16

ADB23

30

A13

DRVEN#

77

A14

RSTSYN

56

A15

POEH

A17

CAS0#

DQ3

CAS1#

DQ4

CAS2#

DQ5

CAS3#

DQ6
DQ7

WE#

DQ8

A0

DQ10

A1

DQ11

A2

DQ12

A3

DQ13

A4

DQ14

A5

DQ15

A6

DQ16

A7

DQ17

A8

DQ18

A9

DQ19

A10

DQ20

55

DRIVENB#

POEL
BUSY

A19

DQ23

POEH#

A20
A21

ACK

44

PDEN

A23

DACK0

MEMSIZ0#

15

SIZ0

MEMSIZ1#

12

SIZ1

46
47
48

DB00

BWR

DQ25

4.75K

READY#
POEL#

DQ26
DQ27
DQ28

BUSY
43

DREQ0

DQ24

R200

42

PSTB#

A22

19

52

DQ22

RSTSYNC

51

RDYIN

A18

21

VCC
DQ29

PSTB#
ACK#
PDEN

DQ30

MEMSIZ0#

DREQ0
DACK0#

67
68
69
70

DQ31

AT0

35

DB1

PP38

38

DB2

PP49

49

DB3

TDO

TMS

TCLK

TCLK

CARD

DB1
DB2

AT2

NC0

AT3

NC1

ACCESS

8-BIT

16-BIT

DB4
DB5

E6

R211

4.75K

DB6

R215
221

DB7
DB8

4.75K

R212

DB9

BRSTSYNC

DB10

R218

C119

DB11
DB12
DB13

4.75K

R144

DB14

4.75K

47

D0

DB15

R156

4.75K

R140

4.75K

R129

4.75K

R125

4.75K

R142

4.75K

DB0

16V

D1

DB1

D2

DB2
DB3

D3

DB4

D4

DB5
DB6

D5

4.75K

R127

DB7

GND4

D6
DB8

R157

4.75K

R139

4.75K

R124

4.75K

R141

4.75K

R126

4.75K

DB9
DB10

FUJITSU FCN565PO68G0231E4

D7
D8

DB11
DB12
DB13
DB14

VCC

DB15

D9

FRAME OF PCMCIA

D10
D11

4.75K

D12

33
45
R173
R155

4.75K

R167
4.75K
4.75K

R168

4.75K

R169

4.75K

CONNECTS TO CHASSIS GND


D13
D14

D15

256K X 32, 1M X 32,


OR 4M X 32 SIMM DRAM
R17

PP63

63

SUICI

J7

JUMPER SELECTS SIZE

+24VDCIN

1.0 OHM 1W

1
PGND

R18
2
1.0 OHM 1W

J10

+12VDC

3
PWRFAIL#

R1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

R16

ANA_V+

ALTERA
Epm7128SQC100-7

+24VDC
+5VANA

-5VANA

4
VCC

5
1
6
C33
22
40V

GND
4

-12VDC
ANAGND

R146
4.75K

C2
R15

ANARXD#

C41
47
16V

+24VDC

VCC

MC78M05CDT
3
OUT
IN
U10

+5VANA

1.0 OHM 1W

SMD050

ANAGND

R98
100

R70
10 OHM 1W

1.0 OHM 1W

R44

16
BSY#
33
WP
36
CD1
42
CE2#
43
RFSH
44
RFU1
45
RFU2
57
RFU3
58
RST
59
WT#
60
RFU4
61
REG#
62
BVD1
63
BVD2
67
CD2
18
VPP1
52
VPP2
17
VCC1
51
VCC2
1
GND1
34
GND2
35
GND3
68

BS8#

DB3

AT1

VCC

TMS

DB0

R12833

DB0

PP35

386BIST

R208
4.75K

TDI

DQ1
DQ2

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
28
31
32
19

A16

87

BIST#

RAS1#

WE#

2
4
6
8
20
22
24
26
49
51
53
55
57
61
63
65
3
5
7
9
21
23
25
27
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64

DQ21

RD#

R143
1.00K

DQ0

A12

14

ADB22

RA10

A11

VCC

DB9

R163
4.75K
26
56
31

16MEG = Yes jumper

DB12

10
12
13
14
15
16
17
19
20
21
23
24

2B1

DRAM SELECTION

RAS0#

DQ9

TCLK

2
3
5
6
8
9

1B7

BWR#

11
A9
12
A8
22
A7
23
A6
24
A5
25
A4
26
A3
27
A2
28
A1
29
A0
7
CE1#
9
OE#
15

MT8D132M-6
R187
R199

RAS0#

ADB4

U33

55
54
52
51
49
48
47
45
44
43
42
41
40
38
37
36
34
33

BBLE#

ADB8

39

TMS

ADB2

ADB10

2OE#

TCK

ADB3

ADB11

ADB4

D4

ADB10

CS3B#

ADB3

D5

ADB11

TDI
TDO
TCK
TMS

RAMADD1

D6

ADB12

CS3A#

83

D7

ADB13

70

RA1

D8

ADB14

CS3A#

A2

D9

ADB15

CS0#

29

D10

ADB16

ADB6
94

CS0#

ADB2

1OE#

A3

D11

ADB17

ADB15

RAMADD0

D12

ADB18

ADB16

85

D13

ADB19

ADB7

55
54
52
51
49
48
47
45
44
43
42
41
40
38
37
36
34
33

RA0

D14

ADB20

U38

A1

D15

ADB21

ADB8

31

R188
221

ADB22

ADB9

ADB1

A1

ADB23

56
A25
55
A24
54
A23
53
A22
50
A21
49
A20
48
A19
47
A18
46
A17
19
A16
20
A15
14
A14
13
A13
21
A12
10
A11
8

TMS

BLEN#

A2

ADB24

DRAM CONTROLLER

TCLK

32

A4

ADB25

U37

BBLE#

221

J6

A10

BHEN#

A5

AT29C010A-90JC
2 A16
21
DB7
D7
3 A15
20
DB6
D6
29 A14
19
DB5
D5
28 A13
18
DB4
D4
4 A12
17
DB3
D3
25 A11
15
DB2
D2
23 A10
14
DB1
D1
26 A9
13
DB0
D0
27 A8
5 A7
6 A6
ADB18
1
7 A5 A18
8 A4
30 ADB17
9 A3
A17
10 A2
11 A1
12 A0
128K x 8
22 CE#
24 RD#
31 WR#

ADB17

50

103

U29

A14

ADB16

BBHE#

WDTOUT

FLT#

A15

ADB13

74ABT18245ADL
23
22
21
20
19
18
16
14
13
12
11
10
8
7
6
5

NC2

32

DB1

D0

NC1

74ABT18245ADL

A7

DB2

U34

RD#

4.75K

9
7
5
3
1

1A1

1B6

1
26
56
31

221

1B1

1B5

READY#

TRST#
CLKOUT

99

A17

TCK

R158

JTAG PORT

DB3

DB0

NC3

ADB14

TMRGATE1/INT7
D15

U11

11

A10

BIST#

ACT05

U23
ANARXD#

P3.7/COMCLK

A2

4.75K

87
86
85
84
82
80
75
74

115
40
30
29
27
32
4
34
35

P2.5/RXD0

A20

34

74ABT18245ADL

ADS#

100PF

DB4

STORAGE

1.8474 MHz

MAX707CSA
1

R254

PATIENT DATA

33

SUICIDE

R50

DB5

VIDCLK

U25

VCC

10

7406D

14.318 MHz

OE

R177
4.75K
E5

DB8

DB6

OC

DRIVENB#

VCC

MANUAL RESET

DB9

DB7

VCC

14.318MHZ

DB10

U21

MBRS140T

Y1

DB12
DB11

OC

BADS#

VCC2

50MHZ

DB13

VCC1

2
16
15
10
9

"DRV"

7406D

4
13
3

VCC

"ADS"

U21

AV9154-27CS16

R149

"RST"

41
D15
40
D14
39
D13
38
D12
37
D11
66
D10
65
D9
64
D8
6
D7
5
D6
4
D5
3
D4
2
D3
32
D2
31
D1
30

PCMCIA CARD CONNECTOR

R45

4.75K
SUICIDE

ANATXD#

E501

1000

Ripple I => 1.5AS12

35V

105c / 3000 hr

1
GND

C34
47
16V

ESR =< 0.1 ohms

-5VANA

U9
OUT

IN

MC79M05CDT

SUICI

C27
22
40V

R48
10 OHM 1W

VCCPROT

T
INT7

SMD050

HTRCTL#
FAIL#

U23

12 13
74LS14D

RIGHT NEXT TO J7

5
74HCT14

POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR

LOCATE THESE PARTS

NET MUST CARRY 5A CURRENT

DRIVENB#

NOVA Biomedical

ANARST

DRAWING TITLE

Schematic, Cortex Digital Board


Processor & Memory

U44

PGND

SIZE

Page S-3

ANALOG BOARD CONNECTOR

DRAWING NUMBER

E
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING

200 Prospect Street P.O. Box 9141


Waltham, MA 02254-9141

REV.

24292-01
LAST MODIFIED ON: 10-5-1998_13:54 SHEET

OF

DWG #10-1071B

U15
MAX211ECAI
12

C1-

C55

DCD
DSR
RXD#
RTS
TXD#
CTS
DTR
RI
SGND

1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5

16

0.1

17

R99

25

1.0 OHM 1W

4.75k

R3D

R3Q

R2D

R2Q

R4D

R4Q

T3Q

T3D

T1Q

T1D

R1D

R1Q

T2Q

T2D

R5D

R5Q

T4Q

T4D

SHDN

26
5
22
20
7
8
6
19
21

DCD1#
DSR1#
RXD1
RTS1#
TXD1
CTS1#
DTR1#
RI1#

1.00K

1.00K
MAX211ECAI

C66

IPCM DEBUG PORT

J3
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5

DSR
RXD#
RTS
TXD#
CTS
DTR
RI
SGND

16

R100

17

C70

R3D

T4D

26
5
22
20
7
8
6
19
21

EN#

24

R3Q

R2D

R2Q

R4D

R4Q

T3Q

T3D

T1Q

T1D
R1Q

R1D
T2Q

T2D

R5D

R5Q

T4Q

SHDN

U20

0.1

IPCMRX

1.00K

2
5
6
9

R29

3
4
7
8

T
SMD050

EN

D0

TRI

RXD0

D5
D4

RTS0#
TXD0

D3

DCD1#

A2

DSR1#

A1

RXD1

A0

CS0#

CTS1#

CS1#

DTR1#

CSP#

PD1
CLK
PD2
RESET#
PD3
BDO
PD4
INTSEL#
PD5
INT0
PD6
INT1
PD7
INTP

SLCT

AFD#

BUSY

STB#

PE

SLIN#

ACK#
BIDEN

DB12
DB13
DB14
DB15

T
R31

221
221
221
221

R6
R32
R7
R33
R8
R34
R9

2
5
6
9

221
221
221
221

EN

R10

221

R36

221

R37

221

R39

221

R11

4
39
44
43
45
60
59
63
65
66
67
68
1

1.8MCLK
BRST#
R159

1.00K
INT2
INT3
PERR_INT
BUSY
PE_INT

DB0
DB1
DB2
DB3

VCC

R203

4.75k

R153

DB4
DB5
DB6
DB7

4.75k

R35

4.75k

R38

OE

4.75k

1
4.75k

12

C1+

V+

4.75k
221

CLKIN

MD6
MD5

4.75k
1.00k

LDEV#

MD4

LRDY#

MD3

BCFG2

MD1

BCFG1

MD0

VMD11
VMD10
VMD9
VMD8
VMD7
VMD6
VMD5
VMD4
VMD3
VMD2
VMD1
VMD0

ADDHI

108
107
106
105
104
103
102
101
100

MA7
MA6

5
4
3
2
1
153
152
151
150
149
148
147
146
145
144
143
141
140
138
137
136
135
134
133

MA5

A23
A22

MA4

A21

MA3

A20

MA2

A19

MA1

A18

MA0

A16

VMA7
VMA6
VMA5
VMA4
VMA3
VMA2
VMA1
VMA0

A15

HCAS#

A14

LCAS#

A13

R225

110
112
113
111

RAS#

WE#

TMROUT0

4.75k

VCC

CLICK

8
9

10

2
3

R223
R222
R224

R30

D_VCC

T
SMD100

R214
221

R233
4.75K

A10
A9

R231
4.75K

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43

A7
A6
A5
A4
A3
A2
A1
A0

D_VEEN
D_YELLOW#

RAS#
HCAS#

D_VCC

LCAS#

KBY5#

WE#

KBY3#
KBY1#

OE#

KBX3#

U40

KBX2#
SPCLK
DACLK

A8
A7

27
4
23
1
2
9
3
18
28

DCD3
DSR3
RXD3#
RTS3
TXD3#
CTS3
DTR3
RI3
R171
R160

1.00K

C97
0.1
C86

C2+

R2D

R2Q

R4D

R4Q

T3Q

T3D

T1Q

T1D

R1D

R1Q

T2Q

T2D

R5D

R5Q

T4Q

25

SHDN

DCD3#
DSR3#
RXD3
RTS3#
TXD3
CTS3#
DTR3#

29
31
41
24
26
28
25
30

IPCMRX
IPCMTX

8
5
62
12
10
13
11
6

PERR_INT
PE_INT
RXD4
PGMEN#
TXD4
PROGPULSE

221

R179

SYSTEM STATUS LEDS

D12

D13

D_DD2
D_DD3
D_SPARE

D_ENAVDD
D_ENABKL
D_GREEN#
D_VCC
KBY4#
KBY2#
KBY0#
KBX1#
KBX0#

DADAT

SPKR+

A3
A2

N74F244D

A1

2
4
6
8

BLE#

D15

D14

FLM
LP
CP
M

53
54
56
55

SHFCLK

D12
D11

ENAVDD

D10

ENAVEE

D9

ENABKL

48
47
76

PSTB#

PNL7

D6

PNL6

D5

PNL5

D4

PNL4

U43

D3

66
65
64
63
61
60
58
57

PNL3

D2

PNL2

D1

PNL1

D0

PNL0

R4

VO2

BYPASS

GND

+IN

VDD

-IN

VO1

BPSTB#

19

R210

221
N74F244D

DD3
DD2
DD1
DD0

2
4
6
8

18
16
14
12

17
15
13
11

221
R255

SHUTDOWN

D_ENAVDD
D_VEEN
D_ENABKL

U41

YELLOW#
GREEN#

1
2
3
4

D_FLM
D_LP
D_CP
D_M

3
5
7
9
1

U39

D8
D7

18
16
14
12

17
15
13
11

D13

D_DD3
D_DD2
D_DD1
D_DD0

3
5
7
9
1

D_YELLOW#
D_GREEN#
D_SPARE

19
R217
221

8
7
6
5

VCC

LM4861M

20.5K

C5

+15VDC

C142
C141

0.1

20.5K

R102

C44

R3

49.9

0.1

10K

74HC02D
U24

4.75k
R401

C400

560

1000PF

U16
MIC6211

.1UF

DSR0#

D6
D5

RTS0#

D4
D3

TXD0
CTS0#

D2

DTR0#

D1

RI0#

D0

21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14

DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0

OC

5
V+

D7

RXD0

U21
PROGPULSE

DCD0#

DCD1#

A2

DSR1#

A1

RXD1

A0

1
R104

R121
20K

5
V+

C56

11.8VDC

D5

10PF

Q5

2 E

4.75K

MIC6211
+2.5VREF

V-

7406D

C
22657

V-

R122

C58
100PF

R120

4.75K

R501

10K
+15VDC

VCC

24.9K

CS0#

CTS1#

CS1#

YELLOW#
GREEN#

GREEN

D14

XCCLK

R207
R206

DTR1#

CSP#

IORD#

57
56
55
58

32
3
38
36
37

PD0
PD1
CLK
PD2
RESET#
PD3
BDO
PD4
INTSEL#
PD5
INT0
PD6
INT1
PD7
INTP
ERR#

221
221
221
221

ADB2
ADB1
BBLE#

D500

R119

MBRS140T

1.00K

CS4A#
CS4B#
CS5B#

R502
324K

RI1#
IOWR#

53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46

33
34
35

R118
3.32K

RTS1#
TXD1

220

GREEN

D_DD1

24

EN#

U30

GREEN

D_CP
D_DD0

SPKR-

U500

T4D

D_FLM

A4

DUART

TRI

1.0 OHM 1W

R172

0.1

17

26
5
22
20
7
8
6
19
21

D_M

A5

TL16C552FN
R3Q

D_LP

VCC

C2-

R3D

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44

A6

+15VDC
13

J11

A8

14
28
29
13
27

33

A11

R28

CW

33
33
33

A12

13
14
15
16
17
18
20
21
23
24
25
26
27
28
30
31

OPTION

26
25
24
23
22
19
18
17
16

VMA8

A17

R504

OPTION

R249

BCFG0
MA8

.22uF

BPSTB#

C500

V-

16

0.1

D11

MD7

VMD12

VGA VIDEO CONTROLLER

C1-

C87

GREEN

CPURST

VMD13

VCC

1.5uF

COM3
J4

34
35

40
39
38

C143

MAX211ECAI

14
15

VCC

MD9

MT4C16257-70
39 D15
38 D14
37 D13
36 D12
34 D11
33 D10
32 D9
31 D8
10 D7
9 D6
8 D5
7 D4
5 D3
4 D2
3 D1
2 D0

U24

0.1

SHELL

MD10

RD#

DOORBOARD FUSE

16V
VMD14

U45

AUDIOENB

C85

1
6
2
7
3
8
4
9
5

MD11

M/IO#

36
37

DB15
DB14
DB13
DB12
DB11
DB10
DB9
DB8
DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0

221
221
221

R42

ADS#

FLM

stb used for b_feed output

PRINTER CONNECTOR

SGND

CHOKEWR#
LATERD#

R152
1.00K

74HC02D

RI

36
37

221

R41
R12

MD12

4.75k

ADB23
ADB22
ADB21
ADB20
ADB19
ADB18
ADB17
ADB16
ADB15
ADB14
ADB13
ADB12
ADB11
ADB10
ADB9
ADB8
ADB7
ADB6
ADB5
ADB4
ADB3
ADB2
ADB1
BBLE#

R503

R40

BHE#

CS3

CS3A#
CS3B#
CS5A#

ACK#

221

R13

DTR

32
3
38

221

R5

MD14

C90
0.1

VMD15

1.5uF

P_RESET#
P_ONLINO
P_ONLINI
P_FEED#
P_BFEED#
P_NMI#

CTS

R244

PDEN

25
26
27
28
29
30

RTS

R204

POEL#

P_BUSY
P_ACK#
P_ERR#
P_PE

TXD#

R202

R161

20
21
22
23

RXD#

ADB2
ADB1
BBLE#

TP3

13
14
17
18
11

DSR

R205

33
34
35

U26

U31
3
4
7
8

12
15
16
19

P_STB#
P_DR1
P_DR2
P_DR3
P_DR4
P_DR5
P_DR6
P_DR7
P_DR8

MD15

14.3MCLK

LP

N74F373D

R43
SMD100

PV2

RESET

131
130
129
128
127
126
125
124
123
122
121
120
119
117
116
114

MD2

POEH#

2
5
6
24
33

DCD

BCLK2

PV1

7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

R201

READY#

PD0

INIT#

CVCC2

157
158

MD8

RI1#

IORD#

8
9
10
33

BBHE#
ADS#
M/IO#
W/RD#

DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0

RTS1#
TXD1

BE3#

OE

11

57
56
55
58

DB8
DB9
DB10
DB11

13
14
17
18

12
15
16
19

VCC

RI0#

D6

ERR#

P_INIT#

U2

N74F373D

3
4
31
32

53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46

FSELA
FSELB
FSELC
FSELD

RS232 DRIVER/RECEIVERS

1
34

8
5
62
12
10
13
11
6

DCD2#
DSR2#
RXD2
RTS2#
TXD2
CTS2#
DTR2#
RI2#

R117
25

1.0 OHM 1W

J9

D1

DSR0#

IOWR#

1.00K

D2

DTR0#

D7

0.1

C2-

27
4
23
1
2
9
3
18
28

SHELL

CTS0#

21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14

DCD0#

VCC

C2+

CVCC1

MD13

C1-

V-

DCD2
DSR2
RXD2#
RTS2
TXD2#
CTS2
DTR2
RI2
R151

13

V+

C67

14
15
C68
0.1

DCD

C1+

0.1

E8

COM2

12

159
155

TL16C552FN
29
31
41
24
26
28
25
30

STANDBY#

C71
0.1

R220
10
C115
47

BRSTSYNC
VIDCLK

IPCMTX

R72

24

EN#

DUART/PRINTER PORT

C120
0.1

F65535A
11
7

R219
4.75k

C116
47
16V

C121
0.1

R232
4.75K

R230

C2-

27
4
23
1
2
9
3
18
28

DCD1
DSR1
RXD1#
RTS1
TXD1#
CTS1
DTR1
RI1
R73

SHELL

R216
4.75K

C54
0.1

C2+
V-

J2

VCC
0.1

14
15

COM1

13

V+

C1+

0.1

10

VCC

MBRS140T3

C42

R221

C43

INIT#

SLCT

AFD#

BUSY

STB#

PE

SLIN#

ACK#
BIDEN

R192

4
39
44
43
45
60
59
63
65
66
67
68
1

R400

RXD4
R101

6.81K

MBRS140T

U22

CHOKEWR#
LATERD#

8
9

TXD4

1.8MCLK
BRST#

U21
10

74HC02D

OC

D6

1.0 OHM 1W

DS2505

R190

U46

option for either package

221

install only one ds2505

TOUCH MEMORY INTERFACE

INT4
INT6
VCC
R194
R193
R186
R185
R184

221
221
221
221
221

R181

221

TOUCH

7406D

R103

NC

4.75K

DATA
GND

3
2

U501

6
GND

NC

DATA

NC

NC

NC

2
3

5
4

DS2505P

U36

R191

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Touch Memory

TP4

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FUNCTION SELECT
H

SYSTEM CLOCK DIVIDER

VCC

KEYBOARD SCANNER
MOTOR CONTROLLER

R132

4.75K

R130

4.75K

R131

4.75K

R110

R109

R108

4.75K

VCC

4.75K

4.75K

XC5202-6PQ100C

PGND
E1

FSELD

4.75K

E2

FSELC
1
85
22
13
36
11
93
87

DB7
DB6
DB5
DB4
DB3
DB2
DB1
DB0

M2

DB6

M1

DB5

M0

SP7

DB1

SP8

AB2

PUMP1

AB1

PUMP2

BBLE

PUMP3

CE#

38
10

81
82
83
84

BRSTSYNC

DB2

PUMP4
PUMPHOLD

RD#
PMPCMP12

AB4

SAMP2
CCLK
SAMP3
DIN
SAMP4
PROG#
SAMPHOLD
SMPCMP12

79
7
8
9

5
7
11

DENNA

OUT1

IN1

BOOT1

IN2
ENABLE

XXSP7

R253

XXSP8

9
6

C9
0.1

4.75K

R252

4.75K

BOOT2

GND

SENSE

ROV1
TCK
ROV2

ROV4
INIT#
ROVHOLD
HDC
ROVGOOSE#
LDC#
ROVCMP12
DOUT

57
56

PGMEN#
PROGPULSE

+24VDC

PUMP1
PUMP2

5
7
11

PUMP3
PUMP4

DENNA

PUMPHOLD

1 C14

SAMP2

SAMP3

U11

9
6

VREF

BOOT2

GND

SENSE

1.0 OHM 1W
R75 24.9K

ACT05

SMPCMP12

U12

COMCLK

SP2

CLK100

SP3

SMPCMP34

ROV2

R74 24.9K

ROV3
ACT05

VCC

ROVHOLD

U12

ROVCMP12

ROV2IN

73

CLICK

SPCLK

+24VDC

5
7
11

DENNA
DACLK
eepot increment

C15
0.1

U19

XOUT1
XOUT2

16

221

ROVHOME
YIN0

74LS14D
YIN1

ROVHOM2#

YIN2

YIN3

R506

221

U19

+24VDC

SMD2

OUT2

VREF

BOOT2

GND

SENSE

8
10

L6203

2
5
7
11

VALEN0#

DENNA
XOUT0

4
IN1

0.01

XOUT1

C18
0.1

XOUT2

9
6

XOUT3

C19

BOOT2

0.01

GND

SENSE

8
10

74LS14D

YIN4

13

46
59
37
48
49
60

YIN0

U11

YIN1

SMD0

YIN2

14

VCC

YIN3
YIN4

U13

U11
11

R83 24.9K
U13

4.75K

R93

R228

R229

R238

KBY5#

R239

4.75K

R240

R241

4.75K

U42

4.75K

KBY4#

4.75K
KBY3#

4.75K
4.75K

KBY2#

+24VDC

R226
R227

221

R234

221

UNUSED GATES

13

221

R237

C21

9
6

+24VDC

14
8

U8

U12

5
7
11

2
DENNA

R245

100

KBX2#

R247

100

KBX1#

R246

100

KBX0#

10 11

100

R248

LM339AD

C24
13

8
5

U12

1
U14

74LS14D

9
6

0.1

10

74LS14D

74LS14D

100PF

100PF

100PF

100PF

100PF

100PF

100PF

100PF

100PF

100PF

U44

IN2

R106

U14

1000

U44

BOOT2

GND

SENSE

L6203

LAMP-

8
10

OUT1

IN1

BOOT1

4
IN2

C23

BOOT2
SENSE

ACT05
OD
ACT05

13

RVD0

MBRS140T

C124

C125

C129

C130

C131

C132

C135

C137

C136

C138

U14

11

ACT05
OD

KEYBOARD CONNECTOR
VALEN1#

2
3

DRIVENB#

+15VDC

ROTARY VALVE MOTOR:


RUN: 1700 MA

21.5K

U13

C49

11

C74

C107

C39

C139

C35

C51

C57

C140

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

18.2K

R84

21.5K

Q3

2
R59

U13

4.75K

IN

OUT3

R92
10K

C3

C1
22

4
0.1

C47 220PF

Local +15VDC

+2.5V REFERENCE

R86
10K

1
G
3 S

R26

MTD3055EL

R88

+2.5VREF
C46
0.001

100K

2
8
4

VCC
VCC

R251

VCC

VIN
COMP
GND

VO
TR

1000

C45

MAX872CSA

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

C69
0.1

C77
0.1

C37
0.1

C91
0.1

C126
0.1

C122
0.1

C89
MBRS140T

0.1

C80

0.1

VP0610T

0.1

C81

Q1
VALVE0#

6
5
3

0.1
DRIVENB#

OD

0.1

C88
0.1

C40
0.1

C38
0.1

C62
0.1

C50
0.1

C60
0.1

C79
0.1

C78
0.1

D4

0.1

C103
0.1

C104
0.1

C95
0.1

C93
0.1

C101
0.1

C102
0.1

C83
0.1

C82
0.1

C72
0.1

C76
0.1

C73
0.1

0.1
VALEN0#

C117

+24VDC

C84

C36

DRIVENB#

5
6

C6

Q4

U22
4

C134

C123

C111

C110

C114

C106

C105

C118

C112

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

D2
MBRS140T

2
1

40V

1
G

74HC02D

R27
221

0.1

VALVECOM

R21
324K

MTD3055EL

OC

NOVA Biomedical

R22

12
0.1

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Motor & Valve Drivers

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U21

VALBOOST

VALVE DRIVERS

SMD050

C4
7406D

C108

U11

22

13

C127

MBRS140T

DENNA

0.1

C128

0.1

C53

0.1

C59

D1

TEMP

+24VDC
C52

C144

2.49K

ACT05

C100

220

GND

4.75K

U17
C99

R19

R20

B
C98

OUT2

R68

LM339AD

U22

+12VDC

+24VDC

2
3
6
7

OUT4

INSTALL ONE DIODE ONLY

C92

OUT1

220PF

221
C109

LM317LM

100K

R82
10

VCC
4

74HC02D

C113

U1

4
D3

C94

ROV Motor

40V

ACT05

+24VDC

LAMP IS T3/4 BULB 28V .17A

R69

0.01

OD

VALVE1#

LAMP DRIVER

C26

1.5uF

U14

MTD3055EL

18.2K

4.75K

R64

G
R128

4.75K

8
R94

Q6

74HC02D

DRIVENB#

1.0 OHM 1W
R96

221

GND

13

R66

OUT2

VREF

11
12

LAMPON#

RVD1
C25

4
U22

R67

0.01

0.01

8
10

RVD2

VS

LAMP+

0.01
1

VREF

+24VDC
1.0 OHM 1W

OD

VCC

U44

TP5

C133

MTD3055EL

Jumper 2-3: inverted sense (requires new sw)

C22

OUT2

R90

C61

221

R243
RVD3

LM339AD

VCC

HEATER CONTROL POLARITY

10
U44

74HC02D

R87 20K

BOOT1

ENABLE

11

74LS14D

13

+2.5VREF

4
IN1

74LS14D

KBX3#

DRIVENB#

1.0 OHM 1W

74LS14D

74LS14D

Q2

R250

11
12

Jumper 1-2: normal sense (original state)

LM339AD

10

12

5
7
11

0.1

74LS14D

11

HTRCTL#

OUT1

ENABLE

8
74LS14D

221

R236

KBY0#

DENNA

1000
5

74LS14D

4
U24

220PF

U7

VCC

221

R235

KBY1#

U14

R85 21.5K

L6203
VS

R58
221

Sampler Motor

C48

221

U42

HEATER DRIVER

OD
ACT05

4.75K

20K

R89 100K

U42

R105

LM339AD

221

U42

HEATER-

E500

R60

U42

4.75K

220PF

R95 21.5K

100K

10

OD

VCC

U42

4.75K

C32

R91

ACT05

ROVLED2

R500

LM339AD

YIN5

VCC

R505

R65

0.01

R63 4.75K

HOME DETECTORS
R2
221
ROVLED

R14

C20

1.0 OHM 1W
R97 24.9K

ACT05

1000
DOORLED

4.75K

12

OD

R25

R61

OUT2

VREF

SMD100

VCC

ENABLE

U18

R23

T
SMD1

BOOT1

IN2

HEATER+

R62

OUT1

U6

VALEN1#

R24

+24VDC

C17

VS

YIN5

SAMLED

0.01

IN2

R115

74LS14D

71

DADAT
eepot direction

74LS14D

42
43
47
45

BOOT1

XOUT3

SAMHOME

ROVHOME#

9
6

SMD3
C16

1.0 OHM 1W

VALBOOST

VALVE0#

4
IN1

ENABLE

12

99

R113
20.5K

OUT1

U5

VBOOST

XOUT0

+2.5VREF
3

VS

CLICK

10

100K

L6203

U19

74

21.5K

R76 20K

74LS14D

VALVE1#

11

R78

LM339AD

ROVCMP34

U19

GCK2

220PF

ROVGOOSE#

R54 4.75K

C31

ROV4

PUMP and SAMPLER MOTORS:


RUN: 1300 MA

4.75K

R79 20K

OD

PMD1
PMD0
VALVECOM
SMD3
SMD2
SMD1
SMD0
RVD3
RVD2
HEATER+
DOORLED
HEATERGND
VALVE1#
VALVE0#

J8

R56

100K

R81

ROVHOM2#

220PF

R77 21.5K

LM339AD

SP4

30

R55 4.75K

Pump Motor

C30

ROV1

23
24
51
72

SAMLED
ROVLED
ROVHOME#
SAMHOME#
LAMPLAMP+
RVD0
RVD1

R57

OD

VCC

SAMPHOLD

AB3

SAMHOME#

8
10

SAMP4

R112 221

PMD0

OUT2

SAMP1

74LS14D

U19

GND

0.01
C12
0.1

PMPCMP34

VCC

R116
20.5K

PMD1

4.75K
IN2

R80

SP1

PMD3
PMD2
TOUCH
DOORSW#

BOOT1

PMPCMP12

90
88
70
89
65
17
69
68

ROVLED2

R53

4
IN1

ENABLE

13

R242

3 C13

1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40

R52

OUT1

U44

PMPCLK

20.5K

PMD2

0.01

U4

PGMEN#

100
2
50

ADB3

PMD3

1 C11
0.01
8
10

L6203

2
VS

PROGPLS

1.8MCLK
CLK100
PMPCLK

3 C10
0.01
4

1.0 OHM 1W

ROVCMP34

OUT2

VREF

U11

TDI

39
31
33
76

4.75K

U3

VS

SMPCMP34

ROV3

VCC

L6203

TDO

TMS

R111

BRSTSYNC

32
19
35
18
12
95
34

SAMP1

DONE

XINIT

+24VDC

KYBDINT

77
75
55
53

XTDO
TDI
TCLK
TMS

POWER GROUND

PMPCMP34

21
44

XCCLK
XCDATA
XCRLD#
XCDONE

E4

D
C
B
A

ANARST

63
64
58
62
20
86
61

WR#

INT1
ADB4

E3

FSELB
FSELA

ANARST

DB3

96
97
94
98

BRD#
CHOKEWR#

29
25
27

DB4

DB0

ADB2
ADB1
BBLE#
CS6#

DB7

R107

REV.

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DWG #10-1075A

VCC
C9
.1UF
R16
8.45K

U6
X9C103

DADAT

U/D

7
DACLK

VCC

3
CS

VH

INC

VW

VSS

VL

R18
1K

2
E
1

Q2
MMBT4403LT1

B
6

C
3
U8
74ACT05
11 OD
10

VADJ
D_ENAVDD

R17
20.5K

R2
1K

R4
1K

R21
182K

J104

Q3
VP0610T

VEE

VCC

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

D_FLM
D_LP
D_CP
D_M
VADJ
VCCS
VEE

C16
47
16V

note:

C2
0.1

J101
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
35
37
39
41
43

D_VEEN
D_YELLOW
VCCU
KBY5#
KBY3#
KBY1#
KBX3#
KBX2#
SPCLK
DACLK

2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44

D_LP
D_M
D_FLM
D_CP
D_DD0
D_DD1
D_DD2
D_DD3

R5
1K

R37
1K

SPAREPIN
D_ENAVDD
D_ENABKL
D_GREEN
VCCU

5
3
4
2

KBY4#
KBY2#
KBY0#
KBX1#
KBX0#
SPDAT

CS

SHDN

EXT

REF

OUT

FB

GND

6
7

G
1

N.C.

Q6
MTD2955E

12
11
10
9
13
14

LCD DISPLAY

1
D2
MBRS140T3

4
D

R9
324K

VCC

VCCU

C4
47
16V

L1
47UH

C1
0.1

C3
0.1

C17
22
35V

DADAT

TP1

SPKR+

D_DD0
D_DD1
D_DD2
D_DD3

DISPOFF#

VCC

R10
20.5K

L2
.15PH

-23.5V @ 10mA

U5
MAX775

U8
74ACT05
9 OD
8

D_VEEN

Y2
.2W
SPKR-

R6
1K

pixels swizzeled here

R11
0.47

VCC

J102

R8
1K

R33
1K
U8
74ACT05
13 OD
12

VCC
SPCLK

R3
1K

R1
1K

R29

U4
E1636C

1K

R35
1K

4
HOT

ADJ
COM
GND

D_ENABKL

R19
1K

3
C

Q1
MMBT4401LT1

B
1

C15
47
16V

R36
1K

R15
4.75K

R14
4.75K

R12
221

HOT

VIN

U8
74ACT05
1 OD
2

VCC

COM

4
3
2
1

U8
74ACT05
5 OD
6

D_GREEN

R13
221

2
J103

BACKLIGHT

U8
74ACT05
3 OD
4

D_YELLOW

KBY5#

KBY4#

KBY3#

KBY2#

KBY1#

KBY0#

KBX3#

KBX2#

KBX1#

KBX0#

10

G_AN

11

G_KA

12

Y_AN

13

Y_KA

14

KEYPAD

VCC

C10
.1UF

C11
.1UF

C12
.1UF

C7
.1UF

NOVA Biomedical

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CORTEX DISTRIBITION BOARD

BYPASSING NOTES:
Place power supply filter as close to J101 as possible.
Bypass each chip with one 0.1uF from Vcc to Gnd unless bypass capacitors are explicitly shown.

SIZE

DRAWING NUMBER

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12.4K

U4

3
R65

5V REF.

LM324

BAROMETER
3

4
NC
5
NC U9
6
NC
MPX4115AP 2

24.9K

COMMON MODE VOLTAGE CLAMP


2

CLAMP2 3

+5V
R69
2.5V

24.9K

24.9K

R500

R197

C34

24.9K

100PF

100PF

BAR

D3

C26

100PF

SSTPAD5
D1
2
3
1

1000PF
C3

C27

R11
BAV99LT1

SSTPAD5
D2
2
1
3

C2

R51

4.75K

A
1000PF

SSTPAD5
D5

4.75K

-5V
R10

1
CLAMP1

D4

J6

SEE SHEET 3
ISE 5 = PCO2+

SSTPAD5

12

14

200MEG

J6

R3
1K

3
5

J6
J6

LMC6484
U1

R167

J6

ISE5

13

LOW RES ANALOG BUS

2.5V
C12

1000PF
7

J6

LMC6484

R166

J6
J6

GUARD

~CLEAN0,~CLEAN1,PEAK0,PEAK1

REF2

CLEAN/PEAK CTRL BUS

200MEG

R2

11

U1

1K
J6

10 CLAMP2

J6

REF2

R164

14

LMC6484
U1

10
R1

R49

ISE4
24

J6

J6

GNDCHS

J6

LMC6484
U1

22

J7

7
200MEG

6
REF1

U21
LMC6484

10.0K
R98

J8

A
A
2.49K

J7

+5V
GNDCHS

A
32

J8

J7

200MEG

J7

ISE 3 = NA

R171

LMC6484
U2

12

14

R9

36

J8

ISE3

J7

10

200MEG

21

J7

ISE 2

R169

19

J7

LMC6484
U2

8
R6

GNDCHS

ISE2

J8

R7

J8
J8

11

J8
J8

ISE 1

24

R174

26

200MEG

2
10

RG

RG

I/V16

AD622

REF

U23

R97A
R47

10.0K

R177
24.9MEG

R55

20K

25

J8

1
-

10.0K

ISE1

1K
J8

R79

C129
0.01

7
R54

LMC6484
U2

R97

R59
10.0K

1000PF

23

51.1K

14
13

100K

C13

22

J8

LMC6484
U21

12
R60

J8

1K

10.0K

U21
4 LT1004CD-1 LMC6484
D19
8

C55
.011.235V LT1004

1K

J8

20

cw
R180

R48

1K

J7

6
7

U21
LMC6484

18

J7

1.235V

R83

J8

.1

R83A
LT1004CD-1

LT1004 4
44.2K

40

J8

D21

10

1000PF

C56

1K
6

R82

39

R94

BAS21LT1

DG444DY

24.9K

C14

17

2
S

38

J8

R81

37

J8

J7

J8

1000PF

I/V 1

35

J8

13

1K
J7

33

J8

34

J8

D20

U16

C54
21.5K

J7

R98A

51.1K

21

J6

I/V1+

R50
1K

24

J7

CLAMP1

18

5
8

RG

RG

CLEAN1

REF1
J6

U22

J8

23

J7

2-

REF

AD622

100K

J8

1000PF

R62

J8

C8

3+

REF1
20

10.0K

J8

15

R165

20K

R61

0.01
R80

13

J6

10.0K

C130

1K
J6

23

J6

200MEG

16

J6

24.9MEG

ISE 4 = PH

12

J6

Not used in CORTEX

R178

22

J6
A
J6

HIGH RES ANALOG BUS

A/D+,A/D-,F+,F-,E+,E-,D+,D-,C-,ISE[0:5],BAR,2.27V,HX,CAIR,HCTD,I/V[0:2]+,I/V[0:2]-,PK[0:2],TMPR,REF[1:2],VMN,HTR-,BTMP,MH

A
1K

C24

DG444DY

1000PF

11 S
9
27
29
31

J8

LMC6484
U2

R56

51.1K

ISE0

R89
100K

1K
28

J8

12

R57

LMC6484
U17

10

LMC6484
U17

PEAK1

8
9
PK1

13
1K

.22

C57

C71

C25
4700pf

1000PF

1
TP1

+5V

U5

2N7002

14

30

J8

D 10

G Q4

R196

10.0K

D13

J8

ISE 0

R175
200MEG

MMBD914LT1

J8

R90

1
100K

R86

A
R84
100K

C123
.22UF
CTHRU2

R170
DG444DY

24.9MEG

6 S

D 7

+5V

8
100K

C124

PO2+

G Q5
A

2200PF

U5

2N7002

PEAK0

R17

R19
100K
R8

J7

11

J7

5
2RG 8
RG1

R16

2
1

R87

U14

51.1K
51.1K

1K

U13
LMC6484

10.0K
R74

10.0K

D10

10

LMC6484
U17
PK0

7
6

CLEAN0

C72
4700PF

.22

C58

10.0K
3

100K
R88

+5V
1000PF

R91

2.49K

I/V 0

R92
100K

2
3

J7

LMC6484
U17

BAV99LT1

R18

J7

I/V0+
REF

AD622

D14

3+

MMBD914LT1

J7

R52
U16

C18

16

21.5K

14

R34

R42A

D
6
D11

DG444DY

1K
C20
.1

LT1004CD-1

R33

LT1004 4
44.2K

1.235V

cw
R172

6
7

10.0K

5
R42

10
U13
LMC6484

C23
.01

C127
.22UF
CTHRU2

15
S

24.9K

R85
100K

U13
4 LT1004CD-1 LMC6484
D9 6 8

LT1004

HIGH RES ANALOG BUS

1.235V

PO251.1K

R5
J7
J7
J7

12

1K
R15

14

100K

12

LMC6484
U13

APC CTRL BUS


R75

14
13

16

R14
J7
J7

I/V0-

10.0K

13

R20

R4

C118

15

2200PF

2
100K

10.0K

1
-

RG

RG

AD622

REF

R168

U15

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DG444DY
11 S
9

D 10

+5V

G Q6
U16

2N7002
R124

12

LMC6484
U30

10

100K

LMC6484
U30

R125

8
9

14

PEAK2
MMBD914LT1

13

C95

R96A
10.0K

C94
4700pf

.22

D37

51.1K

R127
10.0K
R126

100K

V+
R123

C126

100K

-5V

.22UF
CTHRU2

R146
6.81K

PK2
A
R158
R162

4.99K

10.0K
1
3

100K
A-

R159
100K

13
14

D40

MMBD914LT1

R163

A+

R160
100K

12

ACH6

U33

SEE SHEET 3

LMC6484

+5V
R161
100K
VMN

A/D+,A/D-,F+,F-,E+,E-,D+,D-,C-,ISE[0:5],BAR,2.27V,HX,CAIR,HCTD,I/V[0:2]+,I/V[0:2]-,PK[0:2],TMPR,REF[1:2],VMN,BTMP,MH
2.5V

HI RES ANALOG BUS

~CLEAN2,PEAK2

CLEAN/PEAK CTRL BUS

LOW RES ANALOG BUS

2.5V,AIR[1:4],PHTR,ACH6,MHTRTEMP

GEN CTRL BUS


CAIR
MHTRTEMP

500mV/C

R130
1K
2
A

IND11

R108

C61

JUMPER
J3

16

AD2M

L2

IND11

PAKPRESENT

PHTR

10PF

500mV/C

R115

C65

.22

TMPR

10.0

R116

C69
.15UH

74HC14

39

J2

1K

MH

R110
AIR2

R111

FLOW CELL TEMP

200

J4

475K

R138
11

2.5V

D7
2

R31

J4

18.2K
12

C105

2.5V

1000PF

10

475K

U10
LMC6484

BAV99LT1
A

10PF

9.53MEG

HEATER TEMP

HCT/AIR DETECTOR #3

J4
18

1
3

U25
1

12
U10
LMC6484

R143

U33
LMC6484

100

4.75K

R105

J3

38

J2

14

R106

R100

13

AIR DETECTOR #2

R144
475K

200

10.0

J4

1
BAV99LT1

+5V

475K

1K

9.53MEG

30.1K

.22

.15UH

C63
R107

J3

AIR1

R133

FLUID_TEMP.

BTMP
R101

L7

AD1M

2
J3

1000PF

D26

10PF

AIR DETECTOR #1

C104

+5V

2.5V

J4
C17

R32

HCT-M

J4

7
1K

R145
475K

HCTD

HCT/AIR DETECTOR

R137

13

R102

14

R142

4700pf

HCT1

U6

18.2K

R139

R136

475K

18.2K

18.2K

R141

7
5
U33
LMC6484

LMC6484
10.0K
10PF

C59

R109

C101
R140

THERMISTOR RETURN
C66

AIR DETECTOR #4

R112

475K

1
AD4M
19

J6

L1

C70

R117

1000PF

10.0K

9.53MEG

AIR3

U10

LMC6484

IND11

.15UH

.22

1K

+5V

6
7

D38

2
3

U10
LMC6484

AIR4

1
BAV99LT1

R114
1.25V

D39
2

10.0K

A
C67

R113
10.0K

1
BAV99LT1

4700pf
A

D8

HCT EXCITATION
J4

17 HCT-E

[PASS THRU SIGNALS ONLY]


2

+5V

3
1

2.5V

-5V

7
J3

BAV99LT1
1

J3

AD1E

C38
.22

J4

15 AD2E

8
C62

AIR EXCITATION MONITOR

4700pf

17

AD4E

2.49K

C39

J3

DG444DY
AIR EXCITATION

3 S
1

D 2

10
U5

C64A
1.0UF

J3

J4

24

J4

25

J4

26

LAMPHI

PWM0BUF

R103

.22

23

HEATERLO

HX

C37
.22

J6

J3

PWM0BUF,HSO.3

J4
HEATERHI

LAMPLO

HSO.3

J3

R104
49.9

C64B
1.0UF

C64C
1.0UF
C64D
1.0UF

C64E
1.0UF

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TP2

J2

J2

J5
J5
J5
J5
J5
J5
J5
J5
J5
J5
J5
J5
J5
J5
J5
J5
J5

29

30
A

J2

27

GND

J2

R181

40

AGND

ISE0

ISE2

REF1

ISE1

ISE3

ISE5

11 PK1

PK0

10

13 I/V0+

PK2

12

15 I/V1+

I/V0-

14

17 I/V2+

I/V1-

16

19 MH

I/V2-

18

ISE4

REF2

J5
J5

TO SHEETS 1 & 2

PEAK[0:2],~CLEAN[0:2]

J5
J5
J5
J5

J5

J5A

J5

23 TMPR

22

25 BTMP

VMN

24

27 AIR1

CAIR

26

29 AIR2

HX

28

31 A+

PHTR

30

33 AGND

A-

32

PGND

34

J5

J2

J2

PHTR,ACH[0:2],ACH6,2.5V,AIR[1:4],MHTRTEMP

2.5V

100

A/D+

-5V

PMUX0

PMUX1

A2

10.0K

PMUX2

PMUX3

C90

NMUX0

A+
6
.01

NMUX1

5
U30
LMC6484

C85

+V
1
F
E
NC 2
D
-V
27
C
NC 3
B
GND 12
A
NC 13
9
U26
8
7
OUT 28
6
5
4
EN 18
3
A3 14
2
A2 15
1
A1 16
0
A0 17

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19

EDCBTMP
MH
VMN
REF2
REF1
I/V2I/V1I/V0HCTD
CAIR
HX

.01

3
U30
LMC6484

+5V

.1

+5V

.1

R118
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19

E+
D+
SO2DET2
SO2DET1
TMPR
PK2
PK1
PK0
I/V2+
I/V1+
I/V0+
HCTD
CAIR
HX

.1

C84

A
NMUXENA0
NMUX3
NMUX2
NMUX1
NMUX0

F
E
D
C
B
A
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0

C106

+V
1
NC 2
-V
27
NC 3
GND 12
NC 13

.1

C103

U32
PMUXENA1

OUT 28

EN
A3
A2
A1
A0

A
PMUXENA0
PMUX3
PMUX2
PMUX1
PMUX0

18
14
15
16
17

14

10

R119

DG406DN

GND

J2

J2

12

31

32

NMUXENA1

+5V

PMUXENA2

PMUXENA3

VDD
U31
1
AD7710
24
SCLK
DGND
2
23
MCLK IN
DVdd
3
22
SDATA
MCLK OUT
4
21
A0
/DRDY
5
20
/SYNC
/RFS
6
19
/TFS
MODE
7
18
AIN1(+)
AGND
8
17
Iout
AIN1(-)
9
16
AIN2(+)
REF OUT
10
15
AIN2(-)
REFIN(+)
11
14
Vss
REFIN(-)
12
13
AVdd
Vbias

MCLKOUT

A/D+

A/D-

D38A
8

R198 2.49k

.1

C97

A
R131
121K

R132

4
A

C100
.1

R134

8
10

0.0

U33
LMC6484

9
10
11
12
7
6
5
4

BAR
ISE5
ISE4
ISE3
ISE2
ISE1
ISE0

7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0

C109

22PF
WRL

FPX-20MHZ

-5V

J2

GND

E+

VDD

SYNC
DRDY
MODCTRL
HSO.5

U34-1

.15UH

LEDSEL0

A
J2

J2

J2

16

17

PMUX0

PMUX1

PMUX2

PMUX3

R148

R147

R149

R150

4.75K

4.75K

4.75K

4.75K

23

J1

17

J1

OC
CLK
19
1D
1Q
18
2D
2Q
17
3D
3Q
16
4D
4Q
15
5D
5Q
14
6D
6Q
13
7D
7Q
12
8D
8Q
74HC574

J1

J1

PEAK0
PEAK1
PEAK2
CLEAN0
CLEAN1
CLEAN2
A/DSYNC
BLKHTR

R188 SIGOUT
18

U24
1

3 D33

1
BAV99LT1

LOGIC SUPPLY L3

D28
2

GND

MOD0
MOD1
MOD2
MOD3
PMUXENA1
PMUXENA2
PMUXENA3
NMUXENA1

C134

C138

47UF
R128

4.75K

4.75K

MOD0

MOD1

R120

.1

R122

4.75K

J1

IND11 .15UH

1
MMBZ5V6A

R129

14

16

J1

15

J1

4.75K

MOD2

MOD3

P2.3
PAKPRESENT
SPARE1

GND

PWM0
SPARE2

L6

ANALOG SUPPLIES
+5V

VDD

IND11

C137

D27

C135

47UF

47UF

C133

.1

J1

J1

.15UH

L5

HSO.3
C136 IND11 .15UH
.1

3
1

J1

J1

10

J1

MMBZ5V6A
A

MODON

18
LEDSEL3

J2

J1

100

74HC14

VDD

MIX/VAL
RFS
TFS
PMUXENA0
NMUXENA0

GND

LEDSEL2

1
11
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

PMUX0
PMUX1
PMUX2
PMUX3
NMUX0
NMUX1
NMUX2
NMUX3

PMUX0
PMUX1
PMUX2
PMUX3
NMUX0
NMUX1
NMUX2
NMUX3

U34-14,36,68

LEDSEL1

NMUX3

U27

HSO.1
P1.6
P2.6
HSO.0 P1.5
P1.7
HSO.2
28 29 30 31 32 33 34

C109B
.01

C109A
.1

15

NMUX2

A
PMUXENA1
PMUX2
PMUX1
PMUX0

-5V

+5V
IND11
J2

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27

PREHTR

+5VF

NMUX1

VDD

PWM2

L8

3
13
14
8
2
15
16
1

26

J2

67 66 65 64 63 62
XTAL1 XTAL2
BUS INST ADV
RD 61
CLKOUT
P3.0 60
/EA
NMI
P3.1 59
ACH3
P3.2 58
P3.3 57
ACH1
ACH0
P3.4 56
P3.5 55
ACH2
ACH6
P3.6 54
ACH7
P3.7 53
P4.0 52
ACH5
P4.1 51
ACH4
ANGND
P4.2 50
VREF
P4.3 49
U34
P4.4 48
P4.5 47
EXTINT
P4.6 46
/RESET
RXD
P4.7 45
TXD
P2.3 44
READY 43
P1.0
P1.1
P2.4 42
P1.2
WRH 41
8XC196KC
PWM1
WRL 40
PWM2
PWM0 39
P2.7 38
HSI.0
VPP 37
HSI.1
HSO.4
HSO.5
HSO.3 35

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

FAIL
PHTR
AIR3
AIR4
MHTRTEMP
ACH6
2.5V
AIR2
AIR1

ALE

28

J2

R154

VDD
GND

X1

D+

4.75K

NMUX0

C108

22PF

33

4.75K

C99

C-

34

R153

4.75K

NOT INSTALLED IN CORTEX

.1

J2

VV+
GND
OUT
EN
A2
A1
A0

DG508ADY

2.5V

SMDXTAL
J2

R152

4.75K

.1
U28

2.27V
+5V MONITOR

R151
C96

+5V

100K

C98
37

4.75K

-5V

100K

GND

D-

35

R157

4.75K

.1

+5V

.1
J2

R156

4.75K

DG406DN

R199

+5V

E-

36

R155

4.75K

VDD

A
J2

R121

C93

NMUX3

R135 0.0

J2

PMUXENA3
NMUXENA1

PMUXENA2

C91

NMUX2

J2
13

J5A

J5

GND
J2

J5A
10

LOW RES ANALOG BUS

J5

J2
11

J5A
8

J5

LT1009S8

J2

J5A

J5A

10.0K
J2

J5

7
J2

SO2DET1

J5

A
J2

HCTD

J5

J2

AIR3

J5A

ANALOG MUX BUS

-5V

J2

HX

PMUX[0:3],NMUX[0:3],NMUXENA[0:1],PMUXENA[0:3]

J2

AIR4

7 SO2DET2

J5A

A/D-

J2

AGND

3
J5A

20

ACH6

1
J5A

HI RES ANALOG BUS

J5

MHTRTEMP

21 BAR

CLEAN/PEAK CTRL BUS

J5

19
LEDSEL6

MOD CTRL BUS


J2

J2

J2

/LEDSEL

20

LEDSEL0
LEDSEL1
LEDSEL2
LEDSEL3
LEDSEL4
LEDSEL5
LEDSEL6
LEDSEL7

LEDSEL7
23
HSO.5
24

P2.3

U29
15
Y0
14
1
Y1
A
13
2
Y2
B
12
3
Y3
C
11
Y4
10
6
Y5
G1
9
4
Y6
G2A
7
5
Y7
G2B
74HC138

MOD0
MOD1
MOD2

21

TO SHEETS 1 & 2

D31
3

4.75K

1
GND

BAV99LT1

LEDDRV

GND

GND

R38

10.0

R193

VDD

R64
J2

GEN CTRL BUS


MOD2

MODON

U24

VDD

10.0

PREHTR

J2

C33

.1
R195
475

J4

10

R37

475

150

Q2

Q1

Q3

MMBT4403LT1

MMBT4403LT1

MMBT4403LT1

R35
J4

R27

1K

LED2-A

TXD

74HC14

RXD

U24
6
5

2.5V

RESET

U24
8
9

74HC14

EXTINT

74HC14

U24
12 13

U24
10 11

74HC14

V+
2
3

1K

FAIL

PWM0

VP-

1K
R36

U5
14

LED1

C22

12

J1

13

J1

22

J1

11

J1

20

J1

VDD

3
1

2
3
1

BAV99LT1
D29
2
3
1

R189

R182

R184

R191

4.75K

4.75K

4.75K

4.75K

BAV99LT1
D30

9.09K
22

FAILIN

D34
2

R67

J2

INTIN

R190
100

DG444DY

RESETIN

R183
100

BAV99LT1
D32

.01UF

100K

15

SRXD

R194
100

6
R70

16

200K

LED1-A

5
LM324

J1

R185
100

D35

VDD

U4
R72

S
J4

74HC14

J1

21

STXD

R187
100

19

SYNCIN

R192
100

U25
5

74HC14

PWM0BUF

R28
24.9
LED1

74HC14

VP+

4
U3
MIC6211B

D6
J4

SYNC

R200
681 1

R21

LED2

U25
4
3

HTRCTL

R186
100

R63
10.0

25

LEDCOM
R22
10.0

R23

R24

10.0

10.0

C36

C29

R73
470PF

2
1
GND

49.9K

BAV99LT1

BAV99LT1
D36
2
3
1
BAV99LT1
GND

4700pf
R68
1K

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VDD

V+
C28

U25
C68

C92

C30

C44

C87

C86

C83

11

.1
.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

U25
10

13

74HC14

.1

12

74HC14

P
GND

+5V

C5A

C45

C40

C19

C52

C89

C16

C48

C102

C107

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

C21

C53

C88

C49

C60

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

C35

C46

.1

.1

C41
.1

C73

C5

.1

.1

C74

C10

.1

.1

C77

C81

C31

C42

C75

C79

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

C78

C82

C32

C43

C76

C80

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

.1

C7
.1

C1
.1

-5V

MAKE CONNECTION TO ALL SPARES WITH ETCH


SO THAT ECCH CUTS AND JUMPERS CAN USE THESE DEVICES FOR ECO'S
J4

J4

J4

U4

10

A
J4

LM324

U4

12

8
13

14

LM324

+5V

-5V

R300

U25
9

MCLKOUT

CLKOUT

U12

MOD0
MOD2
MOD3

1
A
2
B
3
C

MODCTRL 6
G1
4
G2A
5
G2B
74HC138

15
14
13
12
11
10
9
7

Y0
Y1
Y2
Y3
Y4
Y5
Y6
Y7

U11

SAM1
B1
SAM1
SAM2
MEAS

IN1

74HC08

J1

BKGND_IN

9
8
10

74HC08

U11

SAM2
B2

B1
B2

U11

B1
B2

100

74HC14

IN2

6
5

U11

74HC08

SCOPETRIGGER

12
11
13

74HC08

DG444DY

R41
2

DG444DY

14 S
16

R40

12

LMC6484
U6
14

475K

10.0K
U7

SO2-1

D15

13

U7

MEAS

SO2DET1

SAM1

C114
DG444DY
3 S
1

D 2

C119

U8

DG444DY

SAM2

6 S
8

.033UF
CTHRU

.22UF
CTHRU2

C122
.033UF
CTHRU

DG444DY

D 7

11 S
9

D 10

U8

U8
A

C121

IN1

C120
.033UF
CTHRU

.033UF
CTHRU

DG444DY
14 S
16

DG444DY
6 S
8

C115

.22UF
CTHRU2

R66

D 15

U8

DG444DY
11 S
9

SO2DET2

CTHRU2

CTHRU2

IN2

D 10

U7
A

.22UF

.22UF
BKGND_IN

LMC6484
U6

C116
C117

U7

SO2-2

475K

D 7

MEAS
A

MEAS

CO2INPUT

A
R30
200K
J4

R29
2

9
8

J4

10.0K
R26

U6
LMC6484

10.0K

C113

.22UF
CTHRU2

SO2DET-C

10

R25
36.5K

NOVA BIOMEDICAL
A

NEW GEN. SENSOR BD.


SIZE

REV.

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PN 23897
DWG #10-1082B

ITEM
65
5, 40, 58, 38
31
8
52

P/N
22745
24628
24622
24621
20861

DESCRIPTION
Flowcell Lamp
Kit Sampler Gears
Optosensor
Motor, Sampler
Fluid Fountain

PN 23899

Page S-15

DWG #10-1083B

ITEM
2
3
4
5

P/N
24627
24626
24613
24624

DESCRIPTION
Motor Rotary Valve
Kit Rotary Valve Gear
Rep. Opto Sensor Rotary Valve
Rep. Kit Ceramic Rotary Valve

Page S-16

PN 23898
DWG #10-1084B

SPECIFICATION
SHEET

TITLE

DWG.NO.

SIZE

PRINTER INTERFACE IF3001 SEIKO

REV

A
P/N

24614

SHT 1 OF 1

To Print Head
CN01: Head flexible printed circuit connector

CN01

CN02: Motor control connector


To Printer
Motor

CN03: Input/Output control connector


CN02

SW01: Function switch

SW01

a, b:

Position selection notches for mounting to the LTP3245

c:

Holes for mounting to the LTP3245

d:

Two holes for mounting to the outer case (or frame)

d
c
NOTE: CN01: Lift white plastic part to release print head flat cable

CN03

PT300
P01

To Control
Board J9

PT300
GA1

Page S-17

REV

ECO#

APPROVED
DRP/CO-DRP/DATE

EFFECTIVE
ECO MGR/DATE

REV

ECO#

APPROVED
DRP/CO-DRP/DATE

EFFECTIVE
ECO MGR/DATE

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TITLE

SPECIFICATION
SHEET
INPUT:

SIGNALS:

OUTPUT:

J1 AMP P.C.B. HEADER P/N 640445-5


PIN 1)
AC LINE
TB1
PIN 2)
N/C
PIN 1)
PIN 3)
AC NEUTRAL
PIN 2)
PIN 4)
N/C
PIN 3)
PIN 5)
AC GROUND
J2 AMP P.C.B. HEADER P/N 640456-4
PIN 1)
N/C
PIN 3)
PIN 2)
+SENSE
PIN 4)
J3 AMP P.C.B. HEADER P/N 1-640445-6
PIN 1)
OUTPUT #4
PIN 14)
PIN 2)
OUTPUT #4
PIN 15)
PIN 3)
OUTPUT #3
PIN 16)
PIN 4)
OUTPUT #3
PIN 5)
OUTPUT #2
TB2
PIN 6)
OUTPUT #2
PIN 1)
PIN 7)
COMMON
PIN 2)
PIN 8)
COMMON
PIN 3)
PIN 9)
COMMON
PIN 4)
PIN 10)
COMMON
PIN 5)
PIN 11)
COMMON
PIN 6)
PIN 12)
COMMON
PIN 7)
PIN 13)
COMMON
PIN 8)

SIZE

POWER SUPPLY UNIVERSAL INPUT


5+/-12 24Vo

DWG.NO.

A
P/N

24720

SHT 1 OF 1

AC LINE
AC NEUTRAL
AC GROUND

REV

TB1
3

F1
T3.5A/250V~

TB2

-SENSE
POWER FAIL

OUTPUT #1
OUTPUT #1
OUTPUT #1

V1
ADJ.
V2
ADJ.

OUTPUT #4
OUTPUT #3
OUTPUT #2
COMMON
COMMON
COMMON
OUTPUT #1
OUTPUT #1

NC
+S
-S
PF

J2

8.50" (215.9mm)
8.000" (203.2mm)

NOTE: 5A MAXIMUM RECOMMENDED CURRENT PER CONNECTOR PIN

Page S-18

Model
(Note A)

Output

Output
Voltage

Minimum

Output Current
Maximum
(Note C)

Maximum
(Note D)

Peak

Noise
P-P

Total
Regulation
(Note B)

GPx130D

1
2
3
4

+5V
+24V
-12V
+12V

3A
0A
0A
0A

16A
3.5A
1.2A
1.2A

20A
3.5A
1.2A
1.2A

25A
5A
1.5A
1.5A

50mV
240mV
120mV
120mV

2%
2%
3%
3%

REV

ECO#

APPROVED
DRP/CO-DRP/DATE

EFFECTIVE
ECO MGR/DATE

REV

ECO#

APPROVED
DRP/CO-DRP/DATE

EFFECTIVE
ECO MGR/DATE

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WEIGHT: 2.3 LBS. MAX.

DWG #10-1086A