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Displays and control elements

Syramed® µSP6000 Front View

Syramed® µSP6000 Rear View


Index numbers

Keys:
11 On / Off

7 Start / Stop

8 Bolus / ESC

5 Menu / Select

12 Rate
13 Volume

Display elements:
6 Information window LCD
9 Rate window
10 Volume window
14 Alarm window
17 Status display

Important mechanical parts:


1 Door latch
2 Syringe clamp
3 Drive head
4 Syringe
15 Door
16 Handle
18 Mains socket
19 Mains fuse
20 Nurse call connector
21 Infrared interface
22 Pole Clamp

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1 Technical description
Control:
The microprocessor controlled Syramed® µSP6000 Premium is a syringe pump driven by
a mechanical drive with intelligent software monitoring of all critical functions. The stepper
motor transfers movement to a drive belt, which is directly connected to the lead screw
mechanism. All important infusion parameters are displayed on very well readable LCD
and LED displays. Entering parameters is done via a touch field.

The pump uses two independent microprocessors mutually checking each other. In case
of a discrepancy, the pump is stopped immediately and an acoustic alarm is emitted.

To achieve the accuracy stated in the specifications, the pump must be used with the
recommended syringes and the correct syringe has to be selected.

Power Supply:
A switching power supply directly mounted on the main PCB allows a wide input range of
110 – 230V AC, 50 - 60 Hz while a regulated 15V DC output.
Furthermore two DC-DC converters are used to secure the 5V and 3.3V power supply. On
the primary inlet the pump is fused. When changing the fuse, follow these instructions:

!!CAUTHION!!:
- Before changing a blown fuse, find out the reason why it is blown.
- Only carry out repairs when device is powered off and disconnected from mains.
- Take note of warning signs!

In addition to the switching power supply, an internal battery enables the user to use the
pump independently from mains supply. The battery is a NiMH Battery (9,6V, 2150 mAh,
Part No.: 71160) and is always being charged when the pump is plugged into mains. The
battery is charged on a cyclic basis, which ensures a long battery life. A complete charge
is complete within approximately 10 hours. Then the charging is set to trickle charge, to
guarantee the battery will not self-discharge on mains. To monitor the charging a counter
is used. A battery empty alarm is triggered if either the counter or the measured voltage
falls below a certain value.

Sensors:
The pump uses several sensors to monitor its functions.

The pressure sensor is positioned inside the drive head. Its working principle is to measure
the force necessary to push the syringe plunger. This force allows the calculation of the
pressure inside the infusion system. The pressure sensor requires a precise electrical
calibration (mbar).

To monitor negative pressures pulling on the syringe (“siphoning”) an optical sensor


checks the contact of the syringe with the drive head.

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For detection of the syringe diameter a potentiometer is used. This potentiometer is
connected to the syringe clamp. The potentiometer must be calibrated (mm).

Using a hall sensor the rotation of the syringe drive system is monitored. If the measured
speed does not correspond to the set rate the pump is stopped and an acoustic alarm is
emitted. This allows checking the mechanical and electrical functioning of the drive head
system.

All verification tests have carried out with syringes of the types Injectomat 50ml and BD
Plastipak 10ml.

Software:
The microcontrollers are equipped with an internal flash memory (256/512kB). For
software updates and data transfer the Syramed® μSP6000 is equipped with infrared
interfaces. This enables to carry out these updates without having to open the housing.
The required USB interface (part nr.: 5316) and arcomed agʼs own PremiumLink™
software are compatible with all common Window operating systems.

!!WARNING!!:
The Syramed® μSP6000 is turned completely off during a software update to access the
internal flash memories. At this stage any false manipulation may cause pump failures. It is
of utmost importance that only trained personnel carry out updates because there are
several variations of carrying out updates. arcomed ag is not responsible for pump
damages because of false handling. There is no physical damage done to the pumps, but
the processors need to be reinitialized. Only arcomed ag may carry out the task of re-
initialisation. Furthermore are updates only to be carried out by trained personnel.

Specifications, instructions for use, warranty, performance data, EMC behaviour:


The specifications, instructions for use, warranty conditions, performance data and EMC
behaviour can be found in the user manual.

2 Maintenance:
Maintenance and safety checks have to be done according to the checklist in the user
manual.

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3 Set-up mode:
To carry out calibrations, adjustments or data transfers, the pump has to be started in
setup mode. In the following chapter this process is described in detail.

3.1 Starting the pump in Setup Mode


1. press and hold right down arrow “V” key on the “VOLUME ML” window
2. press “ON/OFF”
3. enter 1111 in the “VOLUME ML” window with the arrow “V / Λ” keys
4. confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
5. “RATE ML/H” and “VOLUME ML” window show 0

You have now successfully entered the setup mode of the Syramed® μSP6000. The
address number is displayed in the “RATE ML/H” window. In the “VOLUME ML” window
the current values on the corresponding address is shown. The values can be changed
with the arrow “V / Λ” keys.

Figure: Entering the password for Setup Mode (1111)

Each parameter and its functionality are described in the chapters 3.3 and 3.4.

3.2 Description of pump setup.


The database of the pump consists of approximately 50 addresses. They consist of the
following groups:

Address 0-19 = Basic settings, calibration


Address 20-50 = Optional settings

Basic settings are superior parameters, which define the actual over all calibration of the
device. With the optional settings the LCD contrast or the language etc. can be changed.
Manual changes on the option settings are only possible when address 50 = 0. The
optional setting for each configuration can only be changed with arcomed ag own
PremiumLink™ software. For the usage of PremiumLink™ separate trainings are highly
recommended. Please contact your nearest arcomed ag partner for further details.

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!!IMPORTANT!!:
To ensure that the basic settings take effect, set address 50 = 0!

Optional settings have to be programmed with the PremiumLink™ SW!

Ensure that after maintenance the configuration on address 50 = 1-8.

3.3 Basic Settings

Address Description Default


9999: Re-initialisation (use only when a PCB has been
0 replaced, sets the pump to its default values and needs to 9999
be recalibrated)
1-7 Reserved -
Door Lock Offset: allows adjusting the electronic door lock.
8 1300
Adjust between 1200 – 1400
LCD Contrast: allows adjusting the LCD contrast setting, try
9 354
to increase or decrease last digit first.
10 Speed correction, see volume test 1135
11 End of syringe calibration 0
Gain of syringe fixation to detect diameter (see syringe
12 *
calibration)
Offset of syringe fixation to detect diameter (see syringe
13 *
calibration)
15 Gain of pressure transducer (see pressure calibration) *
Offset of pressure transducer when door is closed with IV
16 *
set (see pressure calibration)
Limit pressure if door closed without IV set (see pressure
17 *
calibration)
18 Clutch and Contact/No contact check (see clutch check) 13
19 Motor torque. Internal setting 125

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3.4 Optional Settings

Address Description Default

20 Backlight on mains, 4099 = 40% night 21h-7h, 99% day 4099

21 Backlight on battery, 4070 = 40% night 21h-7h, 70% day 4070


Near empty alarm in seconds. Triggers pre-alarm before
22 0
syringe is emptied or VTBI is reached.
Stand by delay in seconds. If the pump is left stopped, a
23 240
reminder alarm will be triggered after the stand by delay.
Acoustic alarm, ex: 569: 5 * 100 ms interval between alarm
24 beeps, 6: acoustic volume for key beep, 9: acoustic volume 569
for alarms.
25 Preset Bolus rate in ml/h, internally limited to: 1500 ml/h 1500
Max. Bolus volume in ml. The volume for an automatic bolus
26 10
canʼt exceed this value.
Max. Rate in ml/h. Absolute max rate of the pump including
27 1500
rate during bolus applications. Internally limited to: 1500 ml/h
28 KVO rate in 0.01 ml/h, max. value 10ml/h 30
29 Reserved -
2: Injectomat
4: Terumo
8: Omnifix
16: Perfusor
32: Nipro
64: Monoject
30 128: Plastipak 146
256: Codan
512: Dispomed
1024: Syrasend
2048: Polfa
4096: Margomed
8192: All Pro

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Address Description Default
Options I:
1: reserved
2: reserved
4: backlight alarm (backlight flashed during alarm)
8: Pressure in mmHg (pressure is displayed in mmHg)
16: Pressure auto limit (pressure limit is automatically
adjusted depending on the set rate, 0-10 ml/h: 30%, 10-25
ml/h: 50%, 25 – 100ml/h 80%, > 100 ml/h: 100% of set
pressure limit). Remark: deactivated when limit is manually
changed during infusion but reactivated after restarting
pump.
32: Pressure pre-alarm (if 50% of pressure limit is reached,
pump triggers an alarm but continues to infuse until pressure
31 limit is exceeded) 2884
64: reset volume after infusion complete (After the VTBI is
reached the volume is automatically reset after restart).
128: reset volume at TOV (primary/secondary mode: when
TOV is selected the volume infused is automatically reset)
256: dynamic rate change enabled (rate and VTBI can be
changed without stopping the pump)
512: off lock (pump can only be switched off after stopping
the pump, additional safety).
1024: Automatic priming after syringe loading
2048: summertime Europe (automatic adjustment of daylight
saving time)
4096: summertime AU (automatic adjustment of daylight
saving time)

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Address Description Default
Option II:
1: Standby (enable the standby feature: short press on off
key puts pump in standby, long press switches pump off)
2: Pressure Bar (continues display of pressure with a
horizontal graphical bar in the main window)
4: Pressure Digital (continues digital pressure display in the
main window)
8: Active Nurse Call (relay NO/NC in combination with
wiring)
16: TCI Start Beep (short beep is triggered when starting
TCI application)
32: activate door lock magnet (only if door lock magnet and
sensor is installed)
64: reset bolus VTBI (automatic bolus: bolus volume is reset
every time new bolus is selected).
32 1
128: no running dot (disable running dot on LED display)
256: cumulated VTBI (VTBI has to be continuously
increased after infusion complete)
512: stand by clock (when entering the standby mode a time
can be set in the volume window. After that time elapsed the
pump will emit a reminder alarm)
1024: enable PDMS config.: allow Change of active
configuration through PDMS (UC can can change addr 50,
only if infusion is not started).
2048: display remaining time of syringe
4096: zero cumulated volume only: do not reset infused, but
separate infusion counter (mResetInfused), toggles with
cumulated volume and time, in titration mode (cumulated
VTBI) display of cumulated volume in VOLUME ML and
main LCD window
0: Start-up drug deactivated
33 >1: Start-up drug activated (selected drug name is displayed 0
in LCD display)
Language
34 0
0: first language, 1: second language
35 PCA Password (access to PCA parameters) 1001
36 Pressure limit (default pressure limit) 600
37 Max. Pressure limit (maximum pressure limit) 1000
Bolus reduction (Max backup Volume in µl) After Occlusion,
38 the pump block turns backwards until the pressure is 100
reduced or the programmed volume is reached
Occlusion recovery (Min. Volume since last Backup, pump
39 try to starts automatically after an occlusion. If there is a 100
permanent occlusion, the pump stops automatically.
40 Reserved -
41 Reserved -

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Address Description Default
Fast start Volume in 10µl (allows accelerating the start-up
performance at very low rates. The pump will infuse at a
42 0
higher rate until the mechanical play is removed or the fast
start volume is reached)
43 Reserved 6
Door Delay in seconds (allows to open door for limited time
44 0
without alarm)
Door/Off Password (PCA: additional password to switch off
45 the pump; unlock the door when electronic door lock is 1001
installed)

46 Reserved -

Start up filter (filters drug modes for start up drug selection.


0: all drugs, 100: classic ml/h, 200: drug dose calculation,
47 300: PCA, 400: TCI, 507: Tokolysis. Only these drugs will be 0
displayed in the start-up selection, however other drugs can
be selected through the main menu)
Menu Disable (This allows to disable certain menus from the
main menu: binary disable, e.g. 2 disables Bolus, 4 disables
48 0
Zero Volume, 8 disables occlusion limit, 2 + 4 + 8 = 14
disables all three above).
First Menu: Menu item when pressing menu key. 0: help, 1:
49 bolus, 2: zero volume… (running). 100: prime, 200: zero -
volume…(stopped)
Configuration (0: internal setup from setup mode, 1-8
50 0
external configuration downloaded through the interface)
51 Production date (year, month) *
52 Production number (serial number) *
OneClick: Help item when pressing esc key. 0: disabled, 1:
54 status help, 2: time remaining help (running). 100: status
help, 200: time remaining help (stopped)
Service reminder (Ex. 230, 2 years 30 days pre-alert to
55 service pump again. Message is displayed when pump is *
switched on but the pump can still be used normally)

How to apply option settings:


To enable the functions on address 31, 32 or 48, simply add up the numbers of the options
you require. For example, to enable backlight alarm (4), Pressure Auto limit (16) and
summertime Europe (1024), simply add up 4+16+1024 and set address 31 to 1044.

Note:
Normally optional settings are done via PremiumLink™ where the options can be easily
selected. Therefore manual calculations are not necessary.

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4 Trouble shooting
Fault Cause Action
Use correct syringe
Wrong syringe Choose correct syringe when
Over infusion starting up the pump

Dive defect Clean and grease drive


Use correct syringe
Wrong syringe Choose correct syringe when
starting up the pump
Under infusion
Exchange drive
Drive defect
Clean and grease drive
Drive defect Clean and grease drive
Occlusion
Syringe has very high friction Use other syringe
happens very
Pressure gain (address 15)
often Adjust Pressure gain (address 15)
is not set correctly
Pressure sensor defect Replace pressure sensor PCB
Occlusion
Syringe has very low friction Use other syringe
happens very
Pressure gain (address 15)
rarely Adjust Pressure gain (address 15)
is not set correctly
Pressure sensor defect Replace pressure sensor PCB
Wrong syringe Use correct syringe
Syringe is not
Volume (address 11) not
emptied Readjust address 11
adjusted properly
completely
Choose correct syringe when
Wrong syringe selected.
starting up the pump
When syringe is Drive not adjusted properly Readjust, Clean and grease Drive
empty occlusion Volume (address 11) not
Readjust address 11
alarm occurs adjusted properly
Choose correct syringe when
Wrong syringe starting up the pump or use correct
syringe
Syringe is not
Wrong syringe Use correct syringe
recognized and
Syringe not enabled Enable Syringe in PL
cannot be
Adjustment of syringe
chosen Readjust address 12 and 13
potentiometer not correct
Syringe potentiometer is
Replace syringe sensor PCB
defect

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Fault Cause Action
Blown fuses Check and replace
Wire detached from mains
Reconnect
Will not power up socket
(on mains) Display cable defect Check and replace Display PCB
Transformer faulty Check and replace main PCB
Fuse F1 defect Exchange fuse. Warning: If
PCB is damaged while
soldering F1, warranty will be
not given.
Recharge for 10 hours and
Battery discharged
check
Battery cell damage Replace battery
Display cable defective Replace Display PCB
Will not power up
Exchange fuse. Warning: If
(on battery only)
Fuse F2 defect PCB is damaged while soldering
F2, warranty will be not given.
Replace battery fuse F2 on
Battery fuse defective
main PCB
Defective battery cell Replace battery
Pump will not
charge Magnet in back of door is Replace magnet
missing
"Door Open Hall Sensor on syringe PCB is Readjust Hall Sensor
alarm" even not adjusted properly
though the door Hall Sensor on syringe PCB is Replace Hall Sensor PCB
is closed defect
Pressure sensor or spring plate Check and replace if necessary
defective
Constant "Clutch Syphoning Height difference between pump
Open" Alarm and patient too big
Protective plastic strip missing
Replace protective strip
from top IR
Make sure protective strip has
aluminium foil and foil touches
IR interface not Interference top IR and mains
metal chassis.
responding, input
Replace Main PCB with ʻEXʼ
pump above not
transformer
visible in network
Receiver/transmitter on Main
Replace Main PCB
PCB defective

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Fault Cause Action
Spring Plate is misplaced Reposition spring plate
Drive Head does Pressure Sensor PCB Check and replace pressure
not contact damaged sensor
syringe when Spring plate is not in correct Check spring plate, if necessary
"Prime" is pressed position replace spring plate, bolt and
membrane
Drive Head does IR switch on Main PCB is bent Reposition or replace IR switch
not park in or damaged (only with older
correct position Main PCB up to version 1.07)
Gear wheels in drive head or Replace gear wheels
near DC Motor are damaged

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5 Defect Alarms

If an internal error or defect occurs, the pump will automatically stop, emit an acoustical
alarm and the pictogram “DEFECT” is illuminated:

In the “Status / Help” menu, which can be accessed with the Menu key, the LCD will
display the error code. In such cases the pump must not be used any more until the cause
has been checked. If the device cannot be repaired the pump should be sent to technical
department or to arcomed ag.
On the LITE pumps the defect codes can be viewed in the history from the Read-
back

5.1 Meaning of error codes:

Code Meaning Cause Measure


Different Software
on Display PCB and Complete Software update
Communication error Main PCB
F-00
between processors Main PCB defect Replace Main PCB
Display PCB defect Replace Display PCB
Display cable loose Fix display cable
Air detector plate
Replace air detector plate
Air detector check broken
F-01
(only VP7000) Front PCB broken Replace Front PCB
Display PCB broken Replace Display PCB
Hall sensor defect. Replace Hall PCB
PCB Motor driver
Replace Main PCB
defect.
Stepper motor
Drive spindle
defect
Drive ungreased or Clean and adjust drive, grease
Motor too slow (Hall not well adjusted spindle.
F-03
counter check) Hall PCB not Check Hall PCB connector on Hall
connected properly PCB and Main PCB
Screw motor axis
Tighten screw motor axis
loose
Motor axis defect Replace motor axis
Magnet in crown
Replace magnet
gear lost

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Code Meaning Cause Measure
When drive is Software Problem Software update necessary
moving: Motor too Main PCB defect Replace Main PCB
F-05
slow (Volume
counter check) Loop interrupted Same as F-03
Check clutch, gears, DC
F-05 Clutch test Clutch test failed motor, pressure sensor and
main PCB
Motor too fast Software Problem Software update necessary
F-06 (Volume counter Main PCB defect Replace Main PCB
check) Loop interrupted Same as F-03
Display PCB defect Problem Replace Display PCB
Display PCB is not mounted
Mount Display PCB properly
properly
F-07 Key stuck If key is pressed more than
1min. Microprocessor detects Open pump and unplug
the key as defect and will give battery cables.
a “Defect”-Alarm.
F-09 CRC - Error Software not loaded correctly Make SW update
If persistent, check cable
F-10 Transmit check Internal transmission check main PCB and display PCB,
replace if necessary
If at start-up: Init Setup, SW
update, restart, if during
Initial CRC check, operation and persistent:
F-11 CRC – Error
transmission check check cable main PCB and
display PCB, replace if
necessary
F-12, If persistent, replace main or
Timing check Internal timing failed
13 display PCB
Clutch check Safety check clutch, DC 6000 only: If persistent:
F-18
(6000) driver defect Replace main PCB
Software problem:
F-20 CRC – Error Reload Configuration
Configuration
Revision Check Software Release and Reload Software and
F-21
Error Configuration do not match Corresponding Configuration
F-22 CRC-Error Software problem: pump text Reload Pump Text
Revision Check Software Release and pump Reload Software and
F-23
Error text do not match corresponding pump text.
Software problem: Drug Reload Software and
F-24 CRC Error
mode corresponding drug mode.
Revision Check Software Release and Drug Reload Software and
F-25
Error mode do not match corresponding drug mode.
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6 Repairs
The Syramed® μSP6000 Premium may only be serviced by arcomed ag or through
arcomed ag trained and certified personnel.

In warranty cases please refer to chapter 6 in the user manual.

!!WARNING!!:
The device must be disconnected from mains power prior to any repairs on the device.

6.1 Overview
This service manual describes two types of processes. Firstly the exchange and
mechanical repairs are described. Secondly the initialisations and calibrations are
documented. The most common repairs and calibrations are described in the following
overview:

Task Chapter Repair Chapter Calibration / Initialisation

Initialisation PCB, All


Replacement of Main PCB 6.2.1 p.18 6.3 p. 34
Calibrations

Initialisation PCB, All


Dismantling the Door 6.2.2 p.20 6.3 p. 34
Calibrations

Overhaul Lead screw and 6.3.2.2 / .4 Pressure Test, Contact no


6.2.3 p.22
drive mechanism p. 39 + p. 41 contact

Overhaul of drive head 6.3.2.2 / .4 Pressure Test, Contact no


6.2.4 p.25
mechanism p. 39 +p. 41 contact

Changing the syringe PCB


6.2.5 p.28 6.3.2.1 p.38 Syringe detection
and the syringe clamp

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6.2 Replacement of Main PCB

Tools needed:
- Antistatic work place
- 2.5 mm Hex driver
- Main PCB 73105

Procedure:
1. Start pump in Service Mode according to chapter 3.1
Note all Addresses (1 to 48, 50 to 55)
2. Note: in case it is not possible to access the data this way, standard settings have to
be used with the new PCB.

Turn off pump and unplug from mains.


Open housing using a 2.5mm Hex driver

3.

Unplug rear connector and the mains cable from the rear power plug (notice their
position)
Note:
Premium pumps have the switching power supply on the main PCB).

4.

Rear power
plug Rear connector

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Remove four 2.5 mm Hex screws

5.

Remove connectors of:


step motor (1), DC motor (2), Displayprint (door) (3), Battery (4) and Front PCB (5).

(4)
(2)
(5)
6.

(1)
(3)

• Fitting new main PCB

7. • Reassemble pump in reverse order


Note:
Plug in connector correctly, (see connector pin and hole on the main board)

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6.3 Replacement of Door and Door PCB

Tools needed:
- Antistatic work place
- 2.5 mm Hex driver
- Door Complete 73265

Procedure:
1. Start pump in Service Mode according to chapter 3.1
Note all Addresses (1 to 48, 50 to 55)
2. Note: in case it is not possible to access the data this way, standard settings have to
be used with the new PCB.

Turn off pump and unplug from mains.


Open housing using a 2.5mm Hex driver

3.

Unplug rear connector and the mains cable from the rear power plug (notice their
position)
Note:
Premium pumps have the switching power supply on the main PCB).

4.

Rear power
plug Rear connector

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Remove four 2.5 mm Hex screws

5.

Remove connectors of:


step motor (1), DC motor (2), Displayprint (door) (3), Battery (4) and Front PCB (5).

(4)
6. (2)
(5)

(1)
(3)

7. Remove covering stickers. Loosen the two screws at the hinges. Pull out door
gently.

Pull out connector cable gently through the opening.

8.

9. Insert new door.

Reasembel pump in reverse order. Note the mechanical code notches on the
10.
connectors of the cables. Guide wiring bellow the battery holder.

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6.4 Overhaul Lead screw and drive mechanism

Tools needed:
- Antistatic work place
- 1.5mm and 2.5 mm Hex driver
- tweezers
- small brush

Procedure:
Turn off pump and unplug from mains.
Open housing using a 2.5 mm Hex driver

1.

Unplug rear connector and the mains cable from the rear power plug (note position)
Note:
Premium pumps have the switching power supply on the main PCB).

2.

Rear power
plug Rear connector

Remove four 2.5 mm Hex screws

3.

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Remove connectors of:
step motor (1), DC motor (2), Displayprint (door) (3), Battery (4) and Front PCB (5).

(4)
(2)
(5)
4.

(1)
(3)

5. Remove Main PCB and store in antistatic environment.

By turning the pulley manually the drive head can be extended to the furthest point.

6.

At this point check the drive alignment plate grub screw for security. The position of
the drive guide plate is essential for the smooth running of the lead screw. Using
the 1.5 mm Hex screw, loosen the grub screw one full turn. Retighten the screw
until it stops. The back off by 90 degrees

7.

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Remove all grease from the lead screw and guide rods.

8.

Apply new grease to entire length of lead screw as shown,

9.

10. Manually retract drive mechanism until drive head is flush with casing

11. Reassemble pump in reverse order

To ensure an even distribution of grease along the lead screw open the syringe
clamp to fully extend the drive arm. Place a syringe as shown, close the clamp and
allow the drive head to travel the full length. Repeat this several times.
12.
Note: During this final procedure the drive may stick. If this occurs, open the
syringe clamp and try again.

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6.5 Overhaul of drive head mechanism

Tools needed:
- Antistatic Work place
- Phillips screw driver
- tweezers
- 50 ml BD Plastipak syringe
- Drive Head Assembly 73612
Procedure:
Carefully remove blue drive head cover and remove screws from drive head cover

1.

Carefully remove drive head cover and remove spring plate:

2.

Lift pressure sensor PCB to access bolt and membrane. In case the PCB needs to
be replaced, unsolder the four wires.

3.

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If necessary fit new membrane plunger into recess under PCB.

4.

Carefully position pressure sensor PCB over membrane plunger an resecure using
5. existing double sided tape. Make sure the bolt can be moved freely within the whole
of the pressure sensor.
Reposition spring plate. Note: The spring plate has a slight curve to ensure IR
detector is covered.

6.

Replace cover without disturbing positioning of spring plate and replace screws in
correct position.

7.

2 x long screw 3 x short screw


Replace drive head cover. The cover is essential to prevent light entering the drive
head. Otherwise, in certain light conditions the function of the IR detector could be
affected.

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6.6 Changing the syringe PCB and the syringe clamp.
Tools needed:
- Antistatic work place
- 2.5 mm Hex driver
- Phillips screw driver
- 5.5 mm socket wrench
- tweezers
- small brush

Procedure:

Open housing using a 2.5 mm Hex driver and unplug rear connector an the mains
cable from the rear power plug noting their position (remark: Premium pumps have
the switching power supply on the main PCB).

1.

Rear power
plug Rear connector

Remove four 2.5 mm Hex screws

2.

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Remove connectors of:
Step motor (1), DC motor (2), Displayprint (door) (3), Battery (4) and Front PCB (5),
(see chapter 6.1, step 6)
Remove Main PCB and store in antistatic environment
Loosen distance bolts using the 5.5 mm socket wrench, then remove spring and
bolt.

3.

Loosen all 5 screw and remove cable connector.

4.

Cut silicon seal and push the cover as shown on the picture. Remove silicon from
housing parts.

5.

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Turn potentiometer shaft on syringe print 71040 clockwise until limit.
Mount o-ring seal on syringe clamp 71030. Mount lever syringe clamp 70990
according to picture and push it until it sits firmly on square shaft.

6.

Insert potentiometer in the hole of the leaver syringe clamp according to picture and
rotate slightly to latch in the groove of the potentiometer shaft, and check if hall
sensor is in a upright position and insert assembly in housing front

7.

Hall sensor upright

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O-ring seal fits in slot and blue housing of potentiometer has to be placed in
square space in housing. Before tightening the screws check if print sits firmly on
the spacer in the housing and the cable from the drive is secured.
Seal the cover housing with silicone except for the o-ring and screw it into the
housing. Clean silicone at the outside of the housing and check for good sealing.

8.

9. Clean outside of pump from silicone; make sure all gaps are filled with silicone.

10. Adjust address 12 and 13 in the service mode according to calibration procedure.

Note: If the potentiometer has not been inserted correctly the values may be
around ø55 mm without a syringe. In that case, the pump can not be switched off
except if the battery is unplugged and the assembly has been done correctly
according to this instruction. If the values vary more than 1 mm from one test to
another, the leaver has not been latched into the groove of the potentiometer. Redo
assembly.

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6.7 Other work
a) Removal of the display PCB and covers:
Undo the eight screws at the rear of the door, which hold the door assembly together.
Undo the five screws between the PCB and the front door section and carefully remove the
PCB. After reassembly ensure the correct key functioning.

b) Replacement of Battery:
After opening the housing, remove the two screws for fixing the metal holding cage.
Unplug Battery from mains and exchange battery. Retighten all screws. Start pump in
service mode and set address 101 to „1“. Confirm with „Start/Stop“ and turn off pump.
Charge battery for 15 hours and do a security check according to chapter 7.

c) Removal of the mechanical assembly (drive):


Undo the three mounting screws holding the mechanical assembly to the case. Undo the
grub screw attaching the drive plate to the drive tube. Carefully withdraw the lead screw
from the tube and disconnect the cable. The mechanism can then be removed from the
case. Re-assemble in reverse order. In particular mount the o-ring seal correctly

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7 Initialisation and Updates
7.1 Initialisation and Updates
Because each pump works with two processors, it has to be ensured that both have the
same SW installed. Spare parts PCB are sent with the newest standard SW and need to
be updated, initialized and calibrated by the service personnel.

7.1.1 Release Note


PremiumLink™ is arcomed ag own pump update software tool. This program undergoes
constant improvements and has different releases. One important change concerns the
transition from version 3.0815 to 4.0111. In this change the update procedure has been
automated resulting in different update instructions. Therefore there are several update
methods:

- Updating pumps from 4.0111 to newer


- Updating pumps earlier than 3.0815 to 4.0111 and newer
- Updating pumps after Exchange of Display PCB
- Updating pumps with release 3.0815 and earlier after Exchange of Main PCB
- Updating pumps with release 4.0111 and newer after Exchange of Main PCB

In the following chapters the different procedures are described.

!!WARNING!!
Due to the risk of failure during updates, only trained and qualified personnel may carry out
these procedures. Any damage done onto the pump due to false handling do not fall under
warranty terms. There are different technical trainings for the use and handling of
PremiumLink™.

NOTE:
Following instructions describe the updates using the standard PremiumLink™ version. In
case you are working with the client version we recommend a separate individual training.
In case you are only carrying out software updates, the last four steps on the instructions
(calibration) can be left out.

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7.2 Updating pumps from 4.0111 to newer

!!WARNING!!: Battery must be on mains!

1. Turn pump off and connected to mains power


2. Connect USB interface to PC, start PremiumLink™, choose set, check “Update SW”,
“Pump Text”, “Drug Modes”, “Configuration” and “Set Time”
3. Choose “Auto” in the download section
4. Position IR windows of interface and pump over each other. Ideal is the UniQueDoc™
Rack Module with adapter for IR interface
!!CAUTION!!: Do not use upper IR-window for data transfer! Min. distance between IR-
windows is 10mm! Pump and IR interface have to stand stable. Do not interrupt data
transfer! Always press “Download” 1x in PL. It is recommended to use a mouse.
5. Press “Download”. Pump will go into updating automatically. First the LCD will blink,
after wards the buzzer will give sounds. Wait until the charging text of the pump
appears.
6. Start pump in setup mode, address 0 = 9999, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
7. Enter production date on address 51, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
8. Enter serial nr. on address 52, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
9. Go through all calibrations.

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7.3 Updating pumps earlier than 3.0815 to 4.0111 and newer

!!WARNING!!: Battery must be charged at least 10%

1. Disconnect pump from mains power, wait approx. 30sec. until acoustic signal sounds
2. Start device in setup mode
3. Using arrow “V / ∧” keys enter 1111 on address 99, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”,
LED / LCD must show 256. If not wait for approx. 30 sec. and confirm again with
“MENU/SELECT”
4. Turn pump off with “ON/OFF”
5. Connect USB interface to PC, start PremiumLink™, choose set, check “Update
SW” only
6. Position IR windows of interface and pump over each other. Ideal is the
UniQueDoc™ Rack Module with adapter for IR interface
!!CAUTION!!: Do not use upper IR-window for data transfer! Min. distance between IR-
windows is approx. 10mm! Pump and IR interface have to stand stable. Do not interrupt
data transfer! Always turn on pump “ON/OFF” first, then press “Download” 1x in PL. It is
recommended to use a mouse.
7. Turn on pump “ON/OFF”. Within 10 sec. press “Download” 1x in PL. Has a slight
delay prior to download. First there is blinking of the LCD, after come the acoustic
signal from the main pcb. Do not move pump or interface until pump has
switched itself on. NOTE: after this first update the pump may display
unrecognisable characters and emit a constant alarm. This is a normal state and will
resolve it self with continuation of the update procedure.
8. Restart pump, make sure pump is on and LEDʼs display 0.0
9. Start PremiumLink™, choose set, uncheck “Update SW”, check “Pump Text”,
“Drug Modes”, “Configuration”, “Set Time” and “Auto”
10. Repeat steps 6 and 7
11. Start pump in setup mode, address 0 = 9999, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
12. Enter production date on address 51, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
13. Enter serial nr. on address 52, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
14. Go through all calibrations

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7.4 Updating pumps after Exchange of Display PCB

!!WARNING!!: Battery must be charged at least 10%. If possible, update the pump first to
the newest release prior to exchanging any PCB.
1. Disconnect pump from mains power, wait approx. 30sec. until acoustic signal sounds
2. Start device in setup mode
3. Using arrow “V / ∧” keys enter 1111 on address 99, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”,
LED / LCD must show 256. If not wait for approx. 30 sec. and confirm again with
“MENU/SELECT”
4. Turn pump off with “ON/OFF”
5. Connect USB interface to PC, start PremiumLink™ newest release (4.1008 and
higher), choose set, check “Update SW” and “sk.d”
6. Position IR windows of interface and pump over each other. Ideal is the
UniQueDoc™ Rack Module with adapter for IR interface
!!CAUTION!!: Do not use upper IR-window for data transfer! Min. distance between IR-
windows is approx. 10mm! Pump and IR interface have to stand stable. Do not interrupt
data transfer! Always turn on pump “ON/OFF” first, then press “Download” 1x in PL. It is
recommended to use a mouse.
7. Turn on pump “ON/OFF”. Within 10 sec. press “Download” 1x in PL. Has a slight
delay prior to download. The Main PCB emits an acoustic signal. Do not move
pump or interface until pump has switched itself on. NOTE: after this first update
the pump may display unrecognisable characters and emit a constant alarm. This is
a normal state and will resolve it self with continuation of the update procedure.
8. Repeat steps 1 to 4
9. Start PremiumLink™ newest release, choose set, check “Update SW”, uncheck
“sk.d”
10. Repeat steps 6 and 7
11. Restart pump, make sure pump is on and LEDʼs display 0.0
12. Start PremiumLink™ newest release, choose set, uncheck “Update SW”, check
“Pump Text”, “Drug Modes”, “Configuration”, “Set Time” and “Auto”
13. Press “Download” button, pump will automatically update, wait until pump restarts on
its own
14. Start pump in setup mode, address 0 = 9999, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
15. Enter production date on address 51, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
16. Enter serial nr. on address 52, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
17. Go through all calibrations

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7.5 Updating pumps with release 3.0815 and earlier after Exchange of
Main PCB

!!WARNING!!: Battery must be charged at least 10%. If possible, update the pump first to
the newest release prior to exchanging any PCB.
1. Disconnect pump from mains power, wait approx. 30sec. until acoustic signal sounds
2. Start device in setup mode
3. Using arrow “V / ∧” keys enter 1111 on address 99, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”,
LED / LCD must show 256. If not wait for approx. 30 sec. and confirm again with
“MENU/SELECT”
4. Turn pump off “ON/OFF”
5. Connect USB interface to PC, start PremiumLink™ 3.0815 downgrade version,
choose set, check “Update SW” and “sk.d”
6. Position IR windows of interface and pump over each other. Ideal is the
UniQueDoc™ Rack Module with adapter for IR interface
!!CAUTION!!: Do not use upper IR-window for data transfer! Min. distance between IR-
windows is approx. 10mm! Pump and IR interface have to stand stable. Do not interrupt
data transfer! Always turn on pump “ON/OFF” first, then press “Download” 1x in PL. It is
recommended to use a mouse.
7. Turn on pump “ON/OFF”. Within 10 sec. press “Download” 1x in PL. Has a slight
delay prior to download. With “sk.d” the Main PCB emits an acoustic signal. With
“sk.m” the LCD will blink. Do not move pump or interface until pump has
switched itself on. NOTE: after this first update the pump may display
unrecognisable characters and emit a constant alarm. This is a normal state and will
resolve it self with continuation of the update procedure.
8. Repeat steps 1 to 4
9. Start PremiumLink™ 3.0815 downgrade version, choose set, check “Update SW”
and “sk.m”, uncheck “sk.d”
10. Repeat steps 6 and 7
11. Repeat steps 1 to 4
12. Start PremiumLink™ newest release, choose set, check “Update SW” only
13. Repeat steps 6 and 7
14. Restart pump, make sure pump is on and LEDʼs display 0.0
15. Start PremiumLink™, choose set, uncheck “Update SW”, check “Pump Text”,
“Drug Modes”, “Configuration”, “Set Time” and “Auto”
16. Press “Download” button, pump will automatically update, wait until pump restarts on
its own
17. Start pump in setup mode, address 0 = 9999, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
18. Enter production date on address 51, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
19. Enter serial nr. on address 52, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
20. Go through all calibrations

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7.6 Updating pumps with release 4.0111 and newer after Exchange of
Main PCB

!!WARNING!!: Battery must be charged at least 10%. If possible, update the pump first to
the newest release prior to exchanging any PCB.
1. Disconnect pump from mains power, wait approx. 30sec. until acoustic signal sounds
2. Start device in setup mode
3. Using arrow “V / ∧” keys enter 1111 on address 99, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”,
LED / LCD must show 256. If not wait for approx. 30 sec. and confirm again with
“MENU/SELECT”
4. Turn pump off “ON/OFF”
5. Connect USB interface to PC, start PremiumLink™ newest release (4.1008 and
higher), choose set, check “Update SW” and “sk.d”
6. Position IR windows of interface and pump over each other. Ideal is the
UniQueDoc™ Rack Module with adapter for IR interface
!!CAUTION!!: Do not use upper IR-window for data transfer! Min. distance between IR-
windows is approx. 10mm! Pump and IR interface have to stand stable. Do not interrupt
data transfer! Always turn on pump “ON/OFF” first, then press “Download” 1x in PL. It is
recommended to use a mouse.
7. Turn on pump “ON/OFF”. Within 10 sec. press “Download” 1x in PL. Has a slight
delay prior to download. With “sk.d” the Main PCB emits an acoustic signal. With
“sk.m” the LCD will blink. Do not move pump or interface until pump has
switched itself on. NOTE: after this first update the pump may display
unrecognisable characters and emit a constant alarm. This is a normal state and will
resolve it self with continuation of the update procedure.
8. Restart pump, make sure pump is on and LEDʼs display 0.0
9. Start PremiumLink™, choose set, uncheck “Update SW”, check “Pump Text”,
“Drug Modes”, “Configuration”, “Set Time” and “Auto”
10. Press “Download” button, pump will automatically update, wait until pump restarts on
its own
11. Start pump in setup mode, address 0 = 9999, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
12. Enter production date on address 51, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
13. Enter serial nr. on address 52, confirm with “MENU/SELECT”
14. Go through all calibrations

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8 Calibration
8.1 Syringe Detection
To calibrate the syringe detection, start the pump in Setup Mode. Follow the following
procedure:
Procedure
1. Remove syringes and go to address 13

2. Press Menu button. Address 12 is displayed

3. Insert syringe Injectomat 50 ml, press Menu button again.

Remove syringe. In Volume window measurement without syringe is displayed


4.
(tolerance: 10.6 ... 10.9 mm)

Insert syringe Injectomat 50 ml again. In Volume window syringe diameter is


displayed (tolerance: 31.6... 31.9 mm)

5.

Figure: Address 12, no syringe inserted, measured diameter: 10.8 mm

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8.2 Pressure sensor
To calibrate the pressure sensor, start the pump in Setup Mode. Follow the following
procedure:
Procedure
1. Remove syringe and go to address 17 (offset pressure sensor)

2. Press MENU, pump displays address 16


Go back to address 17, value displayed in LCD must be at least 10

3.

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4. Turn pump off.


Connect filled syringe to manometer, insert it into pump, load and choose correct
5.
syringe brand and size
6. Start pump Setup Mode, go to address 15

7. Press and hold “START/STOP” key until pressure on manometer is 500 mbar

Press “MENU” key, in Volume window pressure is displayed (should be around


500).

8.

Figure: Address 15, syringe inserted, 500 mbar pressure applied

Note:
It is recommended to use an Injectomat 50ml or BD Plasitpak 50 ml syringe for calibrating
the pressure sensor. When using a BBraun Perfusor 50 ml syringe make sure to place the
syringe in the pump in such a way that the rigid side of the syringe plunger is pointing
towards the door.

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8.3 Syringe volume offset
To calibrate the syringe volume offset, follow the following procedure:
Procedure
1. Empty 50 ml syringe, so that only one ml is left inside

2. Insert syringe into pump, load and confirm brand and size

3. Start setup mode, go to address 11

4. Adjust value in Volume window to 0.50, confirm by pressing the “MENU” key

Turn off pump

5.

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8.4 Contact / NoContact (Check only)
To check the correct function of the contact / no contact switch, follow the following
procedure:
Procedure
1. Without syringe, start pump in setup mode, go to address 18

In Volume window no contact value is displayed (must be at least: 1000)

2.

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Press “Menu” key, the syringe locking clamp closes. Observe value in Volume ml
window (maximum value: 150)

3.

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U)A(9&(S"&/9-(^-1(:",#)(!"#37%9(,7$>($>-(<-#/(^-1)

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9 Part list Syramed® µSP6000 Premium
When ordering spare parts always state the serial number of the pump.

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