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Mixrate-X20

Service manual

Manual code MAN-060 Revision 02


Revision date: Jul 10, 2008

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Page

1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE INSTRUMENT .................................................................................. 4


1.1 PRINCIPLE OF SAMPLE READING.......................................................................................................... 4
2. PARTS DESCRIPTION.................................................................................................................................. 5
2.1
2.2
2.4
2.5

GENERAL ..................................................................................................................................................... 5
CPU BOARD ................................................................................................................................................. 5
I.R. SENSORS BOARD ..................................................................................................................................... 6
COVER SENSOR BOARD AND MIXER MOTOR .................................................................................................... 6

3.0 DISASSEMBLY OF THE INSTRUMENT ................................................................................................... 6


3.1 OPENING OF THE MACHINE ............................................................................................................................. 6
3.2 DEFECTIVE MODULE REPLACEMENT................................................................................................................ 8
3.3 MECHANICAL REPLACEMENT......................................................................................................................... 8
3.4 I.R. BOARD REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................................ 8
3.5 COVER SENSOR ............................................................................................................................................. 9
4.0 ERROR INFORMATION AND WARNINGS ........................................................................................... 12
4.1 WARNINGS INFORMATION ........................................................................................................................... 12
5. MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................................................................... 13
5.1 MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................................... 13
5.2 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................................................... 13
6. SELF TEST ................................................................................................................................................... 13
7. FACTOR ........................................................................................................................................................ 14
8. COVER SENSOR CALIBRATION .............................................................................................................. 15
9. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ................................................................................................................... 15
A. HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................................... 16
A.1 POWER SUPPLY UNITS SPECIFICATION ......................................................................................................... 16
A.2 POWER CONNECTOR DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................. 16
A.3 PRINTER CONNECTOR DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................ 16
B. HOST SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................... 17
B.1 HOST CONNECTOR DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................. 17
B.2 BARCODE CONNECTOR DESCRIPTION .......................................................................................................... 17
B.3 HOST CONNECTION SPECIFICATIONS - COMMUNICATIONS PROTOCOL ........................................................... 17
B.3.1 HOST CONNECTOR SIGNALS DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................ 17
B.3.2 HOST/DATA TRANSMISSION" REQUEST FROM HOST COMPUTER ................................................................. 18
B.3.3 MESSAGES SENT IN THE BEGINNING ......................................................................................................... 18
B.3.4 MESSAGE SENT FOR ANY RESULT STORED IN MEMORY ............................................................................ 18
B.3.5 DESCRIPTION OF THE DATA FRAME.......................................................................................................... 19
C.4.0 INTERFACING SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................... 20
C.4.1 BASIC PROCEDURE................................................................................................................................... 20
C.4.2 CONFIGURATION...................................................................................................................................... 20
C.4.3 HARDWARE CONFIGURATION ................................................................................................................... 20
C.4.4 SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION .................................................................................................................... 21
C.4.5 TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................. 21

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1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE INSTRUMENT


The Mixrate-X20 instruments consists of ( see Tab.1 schematic diagram ):
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A mechanical support body for test tubes, under which the reading plate moves.

A reading plate consisting of an electronic circuit composed of 20 selected pairs of infrared light
transmitters and receivers. The infrared sensors check the transparency of samples. An additional
pair of infrared sensors on the reading plate, detect the home position.

A mechanism, with reading plate, that is moved up and down from a geared stepper motor where the
position and speed is controlled by the CPU unit.

A CPU board to control timer functions, analysis, calculation, printing.

A Smartcard board for special management.

In the Mixrate-X20 there is a mechanism with a geared motor to control the mixing of tubes.

In the Mixrate-X20 there is cover a sensor board to detect the position of the plastic cover and the
position of the mixer.

An external switching power supply that power the instrument and the printer, if connected.

1.1 PRINCIPLE OF SAMPLE READING


The insertion of new samples is detected by instrument and confirmed by an acoustic signal.
For any new sample, a timer is started and after 90 seconds ( to avoid foam or bubbles problems ) a
level reading is performed. The level of any tube is detected by the instrument and recorded as starting
level.
After 15 minutes the instrument perform a new reading. If the instrument is set to 15 minutes working
time, this is considered the final level and a result is calculated and displayed.
If the instrument is set for 30 minutes working time, a preliminary result for 15 minutes is calculated and
displayed but the timer continue to work. After 30 minutes the instrument read the final level, calculate
and display results for 30 minutes. The display, in this case, change every 3 seconds and display 15 or
30 minutes results.
If the temperature correction is activated, values are converted to a reference base temperature of 18C.
A sample removing, during analysis, will be detected and display and error.
A wrong level of blood is detected during the starting level reading and will give and error. Blood level
must be in the range of 48 - 63 mm from the bottom of the tube.
The instrument manage all timers in a "random" way. Any timer can be started or stopped at any time.
For this reason the motor movements are optimized to reduce the number of reading process. If the user
insert tubes at different time the reading plate may move many times and at different time delay.
When the sample has been removed from its position, the sample data will be cancelled on the display.

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ECYTE-20 INSTRUMENT SCHEMATIC BLOCK

2. PARTS DESCRIPTION
2.1 General
The equipment consists of three basic
solid connected parts: a bottom panel
containing the CPU board (fig.1); a
central mechanical unit (M) and a
plastic case .

2.2 CPU board


The CPU board is shown in fig.21 ( 1 ).
In this board there are drivers for
motors, temperature sensor and plate
reading circuit.

Fig.1

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2.4 I.R. sensors board


The I.R. board is shown in fig.2 ,
consisting of 21 infrared pairs (emitterreceiver) sensors.
This part is assembled on a mobile
plate and is used to detect level of
blood in the tubes.

Fig.2

2.5 Cover Sensor board and mixer motor


The cover sensor board is shown in fig15 . It detect the position of the cover and position of the mixer during
mixing. The motor of the mixer ( Fig.7 ) has a special current sensor that detect the home position and detect
movement problems.

3.0 DISASSEMBLY OF THE INSTRUMENT

3.1 Opening of the machine


Make sure that the power supply is
disconnected. Raise the four side tags with
a screwdriver, unscrew the bottom panel
locking screws.
Fig. 3

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Fig. 4

Fig.5

Close the plastic cover and rotate the racks by lifting vertically the back panel (fig.4)
Remove the plastic panel letting it slide gently up. Be careful with the internal cabling (fig.5).
Remove vertically the plastic case . It is necessary, disconnect cables as for fig. 7

Mixer motor
Fig.6

Fig. 8

Fig.7

Fig.9

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3.2 Defective module replacement


At this point, having identified which one of the three modules is defective, replace it making sure that
each part is correctly assembled.

3.3 Mechanical replacement


Mechanical is fixed to the bottom plate. To dismount it, unscrew the 4 screws as showed in the fig 8.
Mechanical part is already pre-calibrated in the factory and after replacement do not need calibration.

Fig.10

Fig. 11

3.4 I.R. board replacement


Dismantle the mechanical rotor group from the mechanical
support (procedure showed in Fig 10,11,12), turn the central
endless screw, to move the IR module up. ( Fig. 13 )
Remove screw that fix I.R. board ( Fig. 14 ).
Take out the board and lightly extracting it form the side of the
mechanism. During replacement of this part pay attention
because the I.R. sensor pairs.

SCREWS

Fig.13

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3.5 Cover sensor


A sensor board (fig 15) is employed to detect the
closing of the plastic cover. Reflecting label
mounted on the cover enable the IR sensor to
start the mixer.
Mixing move the rotor ( R ), CCW and CW until
the reflecting labels (B) and (C) appear in front
the sensor (A).
Sensitivity of the sensor (A) can be increased or
decreased from the trimmer (T)

R
A
C

B
T

Fig. 15

Inclination alignment
Assembled the mechanical show the pictures
beside. Be sure that the plate is placed in the
correct horizontal position as in fig. 16 .
A bubble, must be used for this control .
NOTE: Be sure that the table is flat and
horizontal.

Fig.16

If the horizontal position must be aligned


Turn the screw CW or CCW until well horizontal
position of the top plate.
Fig. 17
Fig.17

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12

13

Fig.18

29
21

28

14
9
10

11
22
Fig. 19

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21

17

23
16

19
Fig.20

Fig.21

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4.0 ERROR INFORMATION AND WARNINGS


4.1 Warnings information

This message, appear when mechanical obstruction or mixer motor problem


dont permit to start the mixing

This message appear when the mixer during the movement has found
mechanical resistence.

This message appear when during the Path. ID , all the 20 channels are
identified and dont permit to enter more ID.

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5. MAINTENANCE
5.1 Maintenance
The Instrument does not require special maintenance, due to instrument and component parts simplicity. The
most sensitive parts are the infrared sensors inside the instrument.
Please pay attention to the cleanliness of the upper part (test tube positioning plate), which must be covered
(when the instrument is not used) with the dust cover, supplied as an accessory.
Do not clean the upper plate with liquids or damp cloths.
The entry of liquids or solid material into the channels can cause considerable damage to the instrument.

5.2 Cleaning Instructions


Dust can be removed using an ordinary vacuum cleaner.
Pay particular attention to the test tube: it must be well closed and the cap should not be never removed.
The label must be correctly positioned and well stuck to the test tube surface. Label fragments could fall
into the test channel and obstruct a correct reading function during analysis.

6. SELF TEST
6.1 Introduction
The "SELF TEST TOOL" can be used to control Mixrate-X20
Analyzers. The tool is made up of 3 tubes containing 3 black
plastic columns which have a height of 60 mm, 50 mm and 30
mm. The control system simulates a blood sedimentation in
order to check the correct functioning of the analyzer.
With this test the operator can check:
- the internal temperature sensor
- the calibration of the level detector
- level reading at room temperature
- results conversion at reference temperature of 18C
- correction factor

6.2 HOW TO PERFORM THE SELF TEST


1. Switch on the instrument
2. Be sure that all the channels are free.
3. When the normal initialization process is finished and the Analyzer is in the
stand-by mode, enter in the SETUP MENU (key 6).
4. Move the cursor in the second row with the down arrow key.
5. Now, using the keyboard, digit 222
6. The operator will hear a beep, and on the display appears:
TEST
7. Now the operator can insert in channel 1, 2 and 3, respectively the 60 mm,
50 mm and 30 mm tubes.
8. The instrument now starts the self test, and after about 1 minute on the
display appears:

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6.3 RESULTS INTERPRETATION


a- Temperature indicates the value of the temperature measured by the inner temperature sensor. If
the sensor has some problems, appears: T. ERR, and values wont be converted to the reference
temperature ( 18C).
b- Calibration indicates the mechanical level of the tube inserted in channel 1. This value must be in
the range 300 +/- 5.
c- Values of the row marked with a.t., represent the values expressed in mm/h of the theoretical level
of sedimentation of tubes inserted respectively in channel 1, 2 and 3.
These values must be respectively:
1 +/-+0;

24 +/-5;

93+/-6

d- Values of the row marked with 18 C, represent the values in mm/h of the theoretical level of
sedimentation of tubes inserted in channel 1 2 and 3, converted to the reference temperature of
18C. To know if the conversion is correct, please consider the table below:
Theor.
Value

Temp.
<= 16.3

24
93

27
103

Temp
16.4
18.7.

Temp
18.8
21.2

Temp
21.3
23.7

Temp
23.8
26.2

Temp
26.3
28.7

Temp
28.8
31.2

Temp
> 31.3

24
96

23
91

21
86

19
81

17
75

15
70

15
70

6.4 HOW TO QUIT THE SELF TEST


When the instrument has performed the test, to esc from the self test function, the operator has to press
the [ESC] key. By pressing it for two times, the instrument will return in the normal configuration and will
be ready to analyze new samples.

7. FACTOR
The correction factor is usually not used and it is set to 100 ( 1,00) by default.
In case of use, the service engineer can only change the factor by entering in the function
using the hidden function.
Enter in the SETUP menu (instrument in Stand by), digit 111 the screen will change
as:

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8. COVER SENSOR CALIBRATION


The calibration of the sensor can be adjusted with a
trimmer placed on the sensor board (T).
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Check the presence of the metal label on the


cover placed in front of the sensor board hole
Turn the trimmer counterclockwise completely (
about 20 complete turn )
Turn on the instrument and wait "Ready" condition
Close the cover
Turn the trimmer clockwise very slowly ( the
system need about 1seconds to detect cover )
When the instrument beep and show "do not open
the cover", open the cover
Turn the trimmer clockwise for about 1 turn

R
A
C

B
T

Then check the detection by opening and closing some times the cover.

9. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
ERROR/ALARM
lev

rem
Temp. "T.ERR"
System stopped
Data result is not printed

Data results seem to be wrong

CCD Scanner does not read


Barcode
HOST communication failure
Display background is dark

Memory error
Keyboard malfunction

CAUSE
a) Sample level high or low
b) The label was not placed in its proper
position
Sample has been removed
Temperature sensor malfunction
Motor or mechanical defect
a) Printer setup turned off
b) Printer cable
c) Printer malfunction
a) Sample clot
b) Sample has foam
c) Sample measured after 4
hours from sample collection
d) Incorrect sample mixing
a) Scanner configuration wrong
b) Driver board malfunction
c) Scanner malfunction
a) Host cable
b) Configuration disabled
a) Power switch on?
b) Power supply working?
c) Internal problem
Memory battery discharged
Keyboard broken

REMEDY
a) Repeat sample collection
b) Replace label and repeat analysis
Re-insert sample
Call Technical Support
Call Technical Support
a) Check setup and turn on
b) Check cable
c) Replace printer
a) Repeat sample collection
b) Re-mix gently
c) Repeat sample collection and
promptly process
d) Follow mixing instructions found in
Section 5.3
a) Check setup and turn on
b) Call Technical Support
c) Call Technical Support
a) Check if cable is connected
b) Check setup
a) Switch power on
b) Check power supply
c) Call Technical Support
Call Technical Support
Call Technical Support

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A. HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS
A.1 Power Supply Units Specification
Manufacturer: Dee Van Enterprises (DVE)
Model:

DSA-0421S-12

Input:

100 - 240 Vac, 47 - 63 Hz

Output:

+12Vdc, 3.5A

Warning: For user's security and instrument safety, use only original power supply unit.
NOTE: In case of power supply cord substitution, use only power supply cord listed/certified minimum 18
AVG, 3C VW-1 Min. 75C, minimum SVT type.

A.2 Power Connector Description


PIN DIRECTION NAME
DESCRIPTION
-------------------------------------------------1
internal +12V
Power supply 12Vdc, 3.5A
2
external GND
Ground

A.3 Printer Connector Description


Instrument 9 pin female connector:
PIN DIRECTION NAME DESCRIPTION
-------------------------------------------------1 ----(Do not connect!)
2 ----(Do not connect!)
3 OUTPUT
TXD
Serial data output
4 OUTPUT
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
5 --GND
Ground
6 ----(Do not connect!)
7 ----(Do not connect!)
8 INPUT
CTS
Clear to send
9 ----(Do not connect!)

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B. HOST SPECIFICATIONS
B.1 Host Connector Description
Instrument 9 pin male connector:
PIN DIRECTION NAME
DESCRIPTION
-----------------------------------------------------1 ----(Do not connect!)
2 INPUT
RXD
Serial data input
3 OUTPUT
TXD
Serial data output
4 OUTPUT
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
5 --GND
Ground
6 ----(Do not connect!)
7 ----(Do not connect!)
8 INPUT
CTS
Clear to send
9 ----(Do not connect!)

B.2 Barcode Connector Description


Instrument 9 pin male connector:
PIN DIRECTION

NAME

DESCRIPTION

-----------------------------------------------------1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

--INPUT
--OUTPUT
-----------

--RXD
--DTR
GND
---------

(Do not connect!)


Serial data input
(Do not connect!)
Data Terminal Ready
Ground
(Do not connect!)
(Do not connect!)
(Do not connect!)
(Do not connect!)

B.3 Host Connection Specifications - Communications Protocol


EXAMPLE OF A CONNECTION TO A PC IBM COMPATIBLE COMPUTER
Note:

Connectors are 9 pin female.


2
3
4
8
5

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

3
2
8
4
5

B.3.1 Host Connector Signals Description


1) Data format is: 9600 bps, 8 data bit, 1 stop bit, no parity, hardware protocol RTS-CTS.
2) In order to make this document clear the character tilde ("~") is used in place of a space (" ") when
there is more of one space and spaces are important for data collection.
3) Control characters sent by the instrument is:
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STX code (2 decimal) in this document, replaced by the string "[STX]";


ETX code (3 decimal) in this document, replaced by the string "[ETX]";

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B.3.2 Host/Data Transmission" Request From Host Computer


The host computer could require data transmission by sending the character "?". Data transmission starts
only if the operator is not using the instrument. If the instrument still executing a command menu,
characters will not be transmitted.

B.3.3 Messages Sent In The Beginning


Instrument model: "MODEL: xxxxxxxx V.1.0"
Note: The model name and version of the software can be different.

Device configuration: "MODE: 15' T.CORRECTION ON", "MODE: 30' T.CORRECTION ON"
or "MODE: 60' T.CORRECTION ON"
NOTE: Values 15, 30 and 60 depend on the analysis time mode, respectively 15', 30' or 60'. The string
"~T.CORRECTION ON" is transmitted only if the temperature correction is enabled.
Date and Time: "DATE: GG/MM/AAAA~~HH:MM"
Operating temperature: "TEMPERATURE: gg.rC"
where: gg.r is the operating temperature value with one decimal. Transmitted only if the temperature
correction is enabled.

B.3.4 Message Sent For Any Result Stored In Memory


"sss pp cccccccccccc mmmm 30mm 60mm"

where: sss = is the sequential sample number ( ~~1 - 999).


pp = sample location identified by a number (from ~1 to 20).
cccccccccccc = patient ID - code ("............" if not present).
mmmm = 30' analysis result whose values can be shown as:
"~~~0" sample under analysis.
"~LEV" if error level.
"~REM" if sample error.
"~mmm" mmm = result in millimeters. (on the right).
">140" result more than 140 millimeters.
30mm = 1h analysis result, whose values can be shown as:
"~~~0" sample under analysis.
"~~~~" if the result of mmmm is an error or the value is higher than >140.
"~mmm" mmm = result in millimeters. (on the right).
">140" result more than 140 millimeters.
60mm = 2h the result of the analysis can have the following values:

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"~~~0" sample under analysis.


"~~~~" if the result of mmmm is an error or the value is higher than >140.
"~mmm" mmm = result in millimeters. (on the right).
">140" result more than 140 millimeters.
Note: the 60mm result is present only if the instrument works in mode: 60'
"~~~~" is send, if the instrument works in mode: 30'.

B.3.5 Description Of The Data Frame


Any string of characters is transmitted with the following frame:
<STX>string<ETX>ECC
ECC represent the checksum used to detect if a string transmitted is defective. The checksum is
encoded as two characters sent after the <ETX> character. The checksum is computed by adding the
binary values of the characters in a string (modulo 256) and keeping the least significant 8 bits of the
result. The 8 bits can be considered as two groups of 4 bits which are converted to ASCII and
represented in hexadecimal format. The two ASCII characters are transmitted as the checksum with the
most significant character first.

Using the following frame as an example, the checksum for this frame is calculated.
Example:
<STX>ABCDEFGHI<ETX>70
Character

ASCII value

A
B
C

065
066
067

1st character for calculation


2nd
etc

068

etc

E
F
G
H
I

069
070
071
072
073

etc
etc
etc
etc
etc
003

<ETX>

etc

Total sum value =


624
Module 256 (624) is: 112
Then 112 (decimal) is 70 (hex) ECC is: 70.

If ECC length is 1 character, the resultant ECC is adding a zero character (ASCII 48) on the left.
Example: First ECC: A

The resultant ECC is 0A

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C.4.0 Interfacing Specifications


This document contains moderately complex technical information. The reader should have an intermediate
level of knowledge in the following areas:
Computer systems
Computer communications
This manual assumes that the users of Windows systems have logged on as Administrator.

C.4.1 Basic Procedure


The basic procedure to setup an Excyte 20 and a host system is:
a) Connect the two systems together
b) Configure Excyte
c) Configure host PC

C.4.2 Configuration
The Excyte 20 can be interfaced to an external computer system using a 9 pin serial cable. The Excyte 20
host settings can be configured in 3 modes, these are:
1 No
2 Yes
3 Auto
In Auto mode, the Excyte sends data when results are ready, or the host computer can request a data dump
of the complete Excyte memory by sending a ? character to the Excyte. This request will be ignored if the
Excyte is busy.

C.4.3 Hardware Configuration


The Excyte 20 can be interfaced to an external computer system with a 9 pin Serial cable. The cable
configuration is:
Host Side
Excyte Side
Pin
Pin
2 ----------------- 3
Both sides use female connectors.
3 ----------------- 2
4 ----------------- 8
8 ----------------- 4
5 ----------------- 5
Press 6 from the Excyte main menu and set the host to AUTO.

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C.4.4 Software Configuration


The host system uses a standard PC serial COM port configured with the following settings:
9600 bits/second
8
Data bits
N
No Parity
1
Stop bit
Hardware handshake (RTS-CTS)
The host system must be configured to read data in the format described in Section C.6. This is the
responsibility of the customer or host PC vendor. The test procedure described in section 4 will verify that
the Excyte is transmitting data to the host PC.

C.4.5 Troubleshooting
5.1 If data is not displayed in the host PC application, check the application configuration with reference to
section 5. The application must be able to accept data in the format of section 5.
5.2 Check the interface cable by testing it with an ohm meter or using it with a system that is known to be
working. This does not need to be an Excyte; it can be two computer systems.
5.3 Try using a different COM port. Check and verify COM port settings and COM port properties in
Windows device manager.
5.4 Check Excyte settings.
5.5 Verify communications and cable integrity by running HyperTerminal and interrogating the Excyte.
This procedure is described below; example screenshots are for a Windows 2000 System. Other systems
may differ slightly. The Excyte must be ON, and it must NOT be measuring samples.

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TP1

TRM2

EPROM

TRM1

CPU Board

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