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R NINGBO DAVID

SERVICE MANUAL

YP-2000
INFANT INCUBATOR
NINGBO DAVID MEDICAL DEVICE CO., LTD.
ADD: NO.158 DAQING ROAD, SHIPU, NINGBO, ZHEJIANG PROVINCE, CHINA
POST CODE: 315731 FAX: 0086-574-65962111
MARKETING CENTER: NO. 100, JINGHUA ROAD, HI-TECH INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE,
NINGBO, CHINA
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TEL: 0086-574-87800008, 87800009 FAX: 0086-574-87801111
E-MAIL: sales@chinadavid.cn sales@nbdavid.com
WEBSITE: http://www.nbdavid.com
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ADD: EIFFESTRASSE 80, 20537 HAMBURG, GERMANY
TEL: 0049-40-2513175 FAX: 0049-40-255726
EDITION/REVISION A/0
Guidance and manufacture’s declaration – electromagnetic emissions-
for all EQUIPMENT and SYSTEMS

Guidance and manufacture’s declaration – electromagnetic emission


The YP-2000 Infant Incubator is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The
customer of the user of the YP-2000 Infant Incubator should assure that it is used in such and environment.
Emission test Compliance Electromagnetic environment – guidance
RF emissions The YP-2000 Infant Incubator uses RF energy
CISPR 11 only for its internal function. Therefore, its RF
Group 1 emissions are very low and are not likely to
cause any interference in nearby electronic
equipment.
RF emission The YP-2000 Infant Incubator is suitable for use in
Class A
CISPR 11 all establishments, other than domestic
Harmonic emissions establishments and those directly connected to the
Class A
IEC 61000-3-2 public low-voltage power supply network that
Voltage fluctuations/ supplies buildings used for domestic purposes.
flicker emissions Complies
IEC 61000-3-3

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Guidance and manufacture’s declaration – electromagnetic immunity –
for all EQUIPMENT and SYSTEMS

Guidance and manufacture’s declaration – electromagnetic immunity


The YP-2000 Infant Incubator is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The
customer or the user of YP-2000 Infant Incubator should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Electromagnetic
Immunity test IEC 60601 test level Compliance level
environment - guidance
Electrostatic ±6 kV contact ±6 kV contact Floors should be wood,
discharge (ESD) ±8 kV air ±8 kV air concrete or ceramic tile. If
IEC 61000-4-2 floor are covered with
synthetic material, the
relative humidity should
be at least 30%.
Electrical fast ±2 kV for power supply ±2kV for power Mains power quality
transient/burst lines supply lines should be that of a typical
IEC 61000-4-4 commercial or hospital
environment.
Surge ±1 kV differential mode ±1 kV differential Mains power quality
IEC 61000-4-5 ±2 kV common mode mode should be that of a typical
±2 kV common mode commercial or hospital
environment.
Voltage dips, short <5% UT <5% UT Mains power quality
interruptions and (>95% dip in UT) (>95% dip in UT) should be that of a typical
voltage variations on for 0.5 cycle for 0.5 cycle commercial or hospital
power supply input environment. If the user of
lines 40% UT 40% UT the YP-2000 Infant
IEC 61000-4-11 (60% dip in UT) (60% dip in UT) Incubator requires
for 5 cycles for 5 cycles continued operation
during power mains
70% UT 70% UT interruptions, it is
(30% dip in UT) (30% dip in UT) recommended that the
for 25 cycles for 25 cycles YP-2000 Infant Incubator
be powered from an
<5% UT <5% UT uninterruptible power
(>95% dip in UT) (>95% dip in UT) supply or a battery.
for 5 sec for 5 sec
NOTE UT is the a.c. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.

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Guidance and manufacture’s declaration – electromagnetic immunity –
for EQUIPMENT and SYSTEMS that are LIFE-SUPPORTING
Guidance and manufacture’s declaration – electromagnetic immunity
The YP-2000 Infant Incubator is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The
customer or the user of YP-2000 Infant Incubator should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Compliance
Immunity test IEC 60601 test level Electromagnetic environment - guidance
level
Portable and mobile RF communications
equipment should be used no closer to any part
of the YP-2000 Infant Incubator, including cables,
than the recommended separation distance
calculated from the equation applicable to the
frequency of the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance
Conducted RF 3Vrms 3 Vrms
⎡ 3 .5 ⎤
IEC 61000-4-6 150 kHz to 80 MHz d =⎢ ⎥ P
outside ISM bands a ⎣ V1 ⎦

10 Vrms 10 Vrms
150 kHz to 80 MHz
in ISM bands

Radiated RF 10 V/m 10 V/m


IEC 61000-4-3 80 MHz to 2.5 GHz 80 MHz to 800 MHz

800 MHz to 2.5 GHz


Where P is the maximum output power rating of
the transmitter in watts (W) according to the
transmitter manufacturer and d is the
recommended separation distance in metres (m).
b

Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as


c
determined by an electromagnetic site survey,
should be less than the compliance level in each
frequency range.d
Interference may occur in the vicinity of
equipment marked with the following symbol:

NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by
absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
a
The ISM(industrial, scientific and medical) bands between 150kHz and 80MHz are 6.765MHz to 6.795MHz;
13.553 MHz to 14.567 MHz; 26.957 MHz to 27.283 MHz; and 40.66 MHz to 40.70 MHz.
b
The compliance levels in the ISM frequency bands between 150kHz and 80MHz and in the frequency range
80 MHz to 2.5GHz are intended to decrease the likelihood that mobile/portable communications equipment
could cause interference if it is inadvertently brought into patient areas. For this reason, an additional factor of
10/3 is used in calculating the recommended separation distance for transmitters in these frequency ranges.
c
Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land
mobile radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically
with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic
site survey should be considered. If the measured field strength in the location in which the YP-2000 Infant
Incubator is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the YP-2000 Infant Incubator should
be observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be
necessary, such as reorienting or relocating the YP-2000 Infant Incubator .
d
Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 10 V/m.

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Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile
RF communications equipment and the EQUIPMENT or SYSTEM –
for EQUIPMENT or SYSTEM that are LIFE-SUPPORTING

Recommended separation distances between


portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the YP-2000 Infant Incubator
The YP-2000 Infant Incubator is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF
disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of the YP-2000 Infant Incubator can help prevent
electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF
communications equipment (transmitters) and the YP-2000 Infant Incubator as recommended below,
according to the maximum output power of the communications equipment.
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
Rated (m)
maximum 150 kHz to 80 MHz 150 kHz to 80 MHz 80 MHz to 800 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
output power outside ISM bands in ISM bands MHz
of transmitter
⎡ 3 .5 ⎤
(W) d =⎢ ⎥ P
⎣ V1 ⎦
0.01 0.1167 0.12 0.12 0.23
0.1 0.3689 0.3795 0.3795 0.7273
1 1.1667 1.2 1.2 2.3
10 3.6893 3.7947 3.7947 7.2732
100 11.6667 12 12 23
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d
in metres (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is
the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.

NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.

NOTE 2 The ISM(industrial, scientific and medical) bands between 150kHz and 80MHz are 6.765MHz to
6.795MHz; 13.553 MHz to 14.567 MHz; 26.957 MHz to 27.283 MHz; and 40.66 MHz to 40.70 MHz.

NoTE 3 An additional factor of 10/3 is used in calculating the recommended separation distance for
transmitters in the ISM frequency bands between 150kHz and 80 MHz and in the frequency range 80 MHz to
2.5 GHz to decrease the likelihood that mobile/portable communications equipment could couse interference
if it is inadvertently brought into patient areas.

NOTE 4 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by
absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.

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WARRANTY
The product being described in this manual is warranted against defects in materials or
workmanship for one year from the date of shipment, with the following exceptions.
1. All consumable and disposable products are guaranteed to be free from defects upon
shipment only.
2. Calibrations are considered normal maintenance and are not included in the 1-year
warranty.
During the warranty period any defective parts other than those listed above will be replaced
at no charge to the customer.
This warranty is rendered void and our company cannot be held liable for conditions resultant
therefrom if:
1. Damage to the unit is incurred as a result of mishandling.
2. The customer fails to maintain the unit in a proper manner.
3. The customer uses any parts, accessories, or fittings not specified or sold by our company.
4. Sale or service is performed by the non-certified service/dealer agency.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, and our company shall in
no event be liable for incidental or consequential damages including loss of use, property damage,
or personal injury resulting from breach of warranty.
The Accreditation Manual for Hospitals requires each piece of equipment to be tested prior to
initial use and at least every 12 months. To comply with this standard, we recommend that you
participate in our accreditation Testing compliance Program during the warranty period. This
service can be performed through our company and authorized dealers.

SERVICE
For optimal performance, product service should be performed only by qualified service
personnel. Technical Services representatives can be reached for fixations and are dispatched for
required maintenance by calling 0086-574-87800008, 87800009. Customers outside China should
contact their local factory-authorized distributor for service.

COMPLEMENTARY NOTICE
Since our factory, conducts a continuous product improvement program, circuit and
component improvements are sometimes incorporated into equipment before they can be
incorporated into the printed manuals. This manual contains proprietary information, repairs and
authorized modifications should be performed only by qualified service personnel to maintain your
warranty and to avoid creating safety hazards. We cannot assume responsibility for any conditions
affecting the proper operation of this equipment which may result from unauthorized repair
modification. Therefore, some parts used in your equipment may be different than those which
appear in the parts list of this manual. This sometimes occurs due to difficulty in parts procurement,
but does not alter the function of the equipment
The device, accessories and the packaging have to be disposed of waste correctly at the end
of the usage. Please follow Local Ordinances or Regulations for disposal.

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TABLE OF DEFINITIONS AND SYMBOLS


TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS
SKIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR: A sensing device including the link with the equipment intended
to measure the infant’s skin temperature.
INCUBATOR TEMPERATURE: Air temperature at a point 10cm above and centered over the
mattress surface.
CONTROL TEMPERATURE: The temperature set at the temperature control.
AVERAGE INCUBATOR TEMPERATURE. The average of the maximum and minimum Incubator
temperatures achieved during Temperature Condition.
STEADY TEMPERATURE CONDITION: A condition which is reached when the temperature
does not vary by more than 1℃ over a period of 1 hour.
TEMPERATURE ALARM CHECKOUT STATE: The difference between real temperature and
control temperature is within ±0.5℃ and such state lasts for over 10minutes. The equipment must
stay in such state when check up the alarm about temperature
TEMPERATURE UNIFORMITY: The amount by which the average temperature at each of four
points 10 cm above the mattress surface differs from the Average incubator Temperature at
steady Temperature Condition. The four points are the centers of four quadrants formed by lines
that divide the width and length of the mattress surface.
TEMPERATURE VARIABILITY: The variability of the Incubator Temperature that will be
observed over a one hour period after Incubator Temperature Equilibrium has been reached.
TEMPERATURE RISING TIME: The time required for the Incubator Temperature to rise 11℃,
when the Air Control Temperature is at least 12℃ above ambient.
STEADY HUMIDITY CONDITION: A condition that the disparity between the indicated humidity
value and control value is less than ±5%RH, and maintains over 2 min.

NOTE, IMPORTANT, CAUTION AND WARNING


NOTE: A note is inserted in text to point out procedures or conditions, which may otherwise be
misinterpreted or overlooked. A note may also be used to clarify apparently contradictory or
confusing situations.
IMPORTANT: Similar to a Note but be used where greater emphasis is required.
CAUTION: A caution is inserted in text to call attention of a procedure which, It not followed
exactly, can lead to damage or destruction of the equipment.
WARNING: A warning is inserted in text to call attention to dangerous or hazardous conditions
inherent to the operation, cleaning, and maintenance of the equipment which may result in
personal Injury or death of the operator or patient.

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SYMBOLS

Attention; Consult accompanying documents

CLASS I Class I Equipment Type BF Applied Part

Main power on Main power off

On (only for a part of equipment) Off (only for a part of equipment)

User-Defined Key Set Key

Set Temperature Up Key Set Temperature Down Key

Silence / Reset Key RS232 RS232 Connector

Socket for skin temperature 1 Socket for skin temperature 2

High Water Level Low Water Level

Caution, scald Mattress Tilt Direction


Low High

The VHA Pedestal Rising Key The VHA Pedestal Falling Key

220-230V~ F 6.3AH/250V Fuse Type F 6.3AH/250V


AC Power 220-230V, 50Hz
50Hz

T 1AL//250V Fuse Type T 1AL/250V T 160mAL//250V Fuse Type T 160mAL/250V


220-230V~ Assistant net power outlet, MAX:
50Hz 3A T 800mAL/250V Fuse Type T 800mAL/250V
MAX:3A

SN Serial Number Date Of Manufacture

Weight Limit CE Marking

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SEASONAL SAFETY CHECK


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

2 . Inspect the safety relevant labels for legibility.

3 . Inspect the fuse to verify compliance with rated current and breaking characteristics.

4 . Verify that the device functions properly as described in the instructions for use.

5 . Test the protection earth resistance according IEC 60601-1:1988 + A1:1991 + A2:1995:

Limit 0.1Ω.
6 . Test the earth leakage current according IEC 60601-1:1988 + A1:1991 + A2:1995: Limit:

NC 500μA, SFC: 1000μA.
7 . Test the enclosure leakage current according to IEC 60601-1:1988 + A1:1991 + A2:1995:

Limit: NC 100μA, SFC: 500μA.
8 . Test the patient leakage current according IEC 60601-1:1988 + A1:1991 + A2:1995: Limit:

for a.c.: 100μA (BF), for d.c.: 10μA (BF).
9 . Test the patient leakage current under single fault condition with mains voltage on the

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

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

A2:1995: Limit: NC for a.c.: 100μA (BF), for d.c.: 10μA (BF).SFC 500μA (BF), for d.c.: 50μA (BF).

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION PAGE
1. GENERAL INFORMATION…………………………………………………………………………1-1
1.1 INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………………………………………1-1
1.2 DESCRIPTION………………………………………………………………………………………1-1
1.3 ACCESSORIES……………………………………………………………………………………1-1

2. INSTALLATION………………………………………………………………………………………2-1
2.1 UNPACKING…………………………………………………………………………………………2-1
2.2 ASSEMBLING ………………………………………………………………………………………2-1
2.3 OPERATION CHECKOUT PROCEDURE………………………………………………………2-6

3.TECHNICAL INFORMATION………………………………………………………………………3-1
3.1 SPECIFICATION……………………………………………………………………………………3-1
3.2 WORKING PRINCIPLE……………………………………………………………………………3-4
3.3 ALARM ………………………………………………………………………………………………3-7

4. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE………………………………………………………………4-1


4.1 GENERAL……………………………………………………………………………………………4-1
4.2 CLEANING…………………………………………………………………………………………4-1
4.3 STERILIZATION……………………………………………………………………………………4-8
4.4 MAINTENANCE……………………………………………………………………………………4-8

5.SERVICE……………………………………………………………………………………5-1
5.1 GENERAL…………………………………………………………………………………5-1
5.2 HUMIDITY SYSTEM………………………………………………………………………5-1
5.3 OXYGEN SYSTEM…………………………………………………………………………………5-2
5.4 REPLACEMENT OF ELEMENT……………………………………………………………5-3
5.5 SYSTEM SETTING PROCEDURES…………………………………………………………5-6
5.6 PROCEDURE OF TROUBLE-SHOOTING……………………………………………………5-12

6. SPARE PARTS LIST AND ITS NO..………………………………………………………………6-1


6.1 GENERAL……………………………………………………………………………………………6-1

7. DIAGRAMS……………………………………………………………………………………………7-1
7.1 GENERAL……………………………………………………………………………………………7-1

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SECTION 1
GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 INTRODUCTION
This manual provides instructions for installation, maintenance and repair for the Infant
Incubators.
This manual is intended to use as reference only by trained, qualified service personnel.
Instructions for the operator of the equipment are provided in a separate operator’s manual.

1.2 DESCRIPTION
YP-2000 Infant Incubator includes oxygen concentration system, humidity control system,
Vertical Height Adjustment cabinet (VHA cabinet), baby scale (for optional function) and
monitoring shelf (for optional function). If you don’t purchase the optional part, please omit it.

1.3 ACCESSORIES
The following diagram shows the main parts of the Infant Incubator.

I.V. Pole Monitoring shelf

Baby compartment

Shelf

Base Controller

Mobile Cabinet

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DESCRIPTION OF PART EXPLANATION


A kind of bearing part, which is used for hanging the infusion
I.V. pole bottle.
Max. Load: 2Kg
The core part with two kinds of temperature control modes: air
mode, baby mode, moreover, it also have the function of weighing,
humidity control and oxygen concentration controlling system
Controller
which are used for autocontrol the heat output and the humidity
and oxygen concentration in the incubator. The detail operation
please refer to the user's manual.
A kind of bearing part, which is used for putting Infant monitor
Monitoring shelf system.
Max. Load: 8Kg
A kind of bearing part, which is used for putting some small
Shelf objects.
Max. Load: 3.5Kg
It is used for placing the infant inside, including the Double-wall
Acrylic hood, bassinet, and so on. The bassinet can be tilted at the
Baby compartment request of clinical needs. The baby scale is optional part, and the
Max. Load of bassinet is 10 Kg.
Size of mattress: 740mm×376mm

An important part of Infant Incubator, which mainly composed of


Base
the oxygen device, humidity chamber, air filter, and so on.

A part which can support the main body of Infant Incubator.


Cabinets are supplied in VHA stand which including large and
small storage compartment.
Mobile Cabinet
Big storage compartment Max. load: 4 Kg.
Small storage compartment Max. load: 2 Kg.
Storage cover Max. load: 1 Kg.

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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
2.1 UNPACKING
Generally, the Infant Incubator is usually packed to two cartons: main body and Vertical
Height Adjustment cabinet (VHA cabinet). When taking out the equipment from the cartons, take
care not to damage the spare parts of the Infant Incubator.

2.2 ASSEMBLING
At least two professionals are required to do the installation of the Infant Incubator with
spanners.
A. Install the main body onto the Vertical Height Adjustment cabinet
Mount the main body on the VHA Pedestal using the four hexangular bolts, spring washer, flat
washer by the equipment provided figured as 2.1.

ENLARGED ILLUSTRATION I

Flat Washer M6

Spring Washer M6

Hexangular Bolt M6X45

TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER
POWER PLUG

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Insert the temperature controller power


WHEEL UNLOCKED WHEEL LOCKED Cord to the socket.
NOTE: The Pedestal front locking casters must be facing down to be locked indicated by
arrow 1. The Pedestal front locking casters must be facing down to be unlocked
indicated by arrow 2.
FIGURE 2.1
IMPORTANT: The main body can be installed on the VHA Pedestal only if the power cord of
temperature controller from the VHA Pedestal is located on the same side as
the temperature controller.

WARNING: 1. The incubator must be attached to the VHA Pedestal using the bolts
provided. Failure to do so could result in the incubator separating from the
VHA Pedestal if the VHA Pedestal is tilted, particularly when the hood is
opened.
2. To prevent the incubator from sliding when parked on an incline, the front
locking caster for the VHA Pedestal must be facing down the incline and
locked.

B. Install the I.V. Pole

Seat for the monitor shelf

Step 1: Fix the seat for monitoring shelf on the right and left sides of the main body with the inner
hexagon bolts.

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I.V. Pole
Support pole for I.V. Pole

Clamp seat

Support pole for I.V. Pole

Step 2: Fix the I.V. Pole on the Seat for the monitor Step 3: Adjust the proper height of I.V.

shelf with latch seat and the inner hexagon Pole, and tighten it as the arrow

bolts as the arrow indicates. indicates.

FIGURE 2.2

C. Install Shelf

As figure 2.3 indicates, insert the fixed seat to the infusion rod. Ensure the top of fixed seat is

uniform with the position line on the infusion rod as enlarged figure A show. Then tighten the

hexagon bolts.
ENLARGED ILLUSTRATION A
Line for Tray Position
Shelf

Fix Seat 1 Inner Hexagon Bolt

NOTE: The side with note label of shelf must be installed in front of the incubator.

FIGURE 2.3

D. Install Monitoring Shelf

See figure 2.4, the fixing method of support pole for I.V. pole, fix the support pole for shelf on

the seat for monitoring. Insert the one terminal of tray with hole into the hole of support pole of

monitor, and fasten it with inner hexagon bolt tightly.

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Monitoring Shelf

The support pole for monitoring shelf

The inner hexagon bolts M5×30

FIGURE 2.4

E. Install the big and small storage


Put Φ6 spring washer, Φ6 flat washer and Φ6 outter sawtooth tighten washer onto the four
inner hexagon bolt by turn as figure 2.5 shows. Then fix the small storage and big storage to both
sides of VHA cabinet seprately by inner hexagon spanner.

Hexangular bolt

Storage bracket

FIGURE 2.5

F. Connect the sensor


Connect the sensor connector with sensor socket which is on the side of the incubator’s main
body as figure 2.6 directed. Then tighten the bolt in the connector.
NOTE:Connection between the sensor connector and socket should in the right orientation
for these two parts have their own direction.

Fixed bolt

Sensor connector
FIGURE 2.6

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G. Install oxygen sensor


Install oxygen sensor on the incubator as figure 2.7 directed.
Stator
Sensor Cover

Stopper
Pull out the stator on the left side of sensor box as the arrow indicates, and pull out the sensor
box, unscrew 2 Cross groove countersunk head bolts, and take out the sensor cover, and then
unscrew the stopper on it.

Oxygen Sensor
Sensor Cover

Screw 2 oxygen sensors into the sensor cover clockwise.

Pull the connecting wire of oxygen sensor out and connect the sensor with the double wire of
green and black (if the device is equipped with oxygen control system, please connect another
oxygen sensor with the other double wire of yellow and black). After correctly connecting them,
screw the sensor cover board down with two m3×8 cross groove head bolt, then push the sensor
box into the original place in the hood.

CAUTION: 1. Do not block any of the holes on the sensor box.


2. Please pull out and push in the sensor box in correct way.
3. Sensor box is the important part of controlling the temperature of the
incubator, please treat it carefully.

FIGURE 2.7

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H. Install weighing system


Install the weighing system in the incubator as figure 2.8 directs.

Adjust the bed to the lowest position, and open the front door, place the bed with baby scale on the
wavering mechanism, and it can be pulled out and push in freely as the arrow 1 and 2 indicates.

Arrow Gap

Weight Sensor Make the weight sensor can be inserted into


The gap of socket correctly

1. When plug in or out the power supply cord, the plug must be taken hold and the
wring should not be pulled.
2. Do not bend the connection of sensor.
Connect the plug of sensor on the baby scale with the socket on sensor box correctly.
FIGURE 2.8

I. Insert the power cord


Insert the power cord into the socket of general power supply.
Check the INCUBATOR according to the instruction in section 2.3.

2.3 OPERATION CHECKOUT PROCEDURE


Please proceed the following checkout procedure each time before operation.
1. Check caster
Check whether the caster can drop when lifting the incubator 2cm above the ground. The
drop of the caster will cause danger during transporting.
IMPORTANT: At least two persons are required, one lifts the incubator, and the other has to
check the casters. It needs Min. Please support the stand with block to avoid
the incubator inclining if the casters drop.
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2. START-UP THE CONTROLLER

Connect the power cord of the Base to the electrical source and turn the power of the

controller on. Then the device sounds like "di..." and company's label and the system edition will

be displayed. Then self-check being carried for RAM, SRAM, REAL TIME CLOCK, EEPROM and

communication system by the main body of the device as well as the LED indication lights on the

board totally light. The whole self-check process lasts about 7 seconds. After passing self-check

procedure, the device will enter operation and control interface, or else, the screen indicates the

reason for not passing the self-check procedure and display the words of "Please repair it by

professional maintenance man".

3. CHECK POWER FAILURE ALARM

Pull off the power cord of whole unit, the Power failure alarm should active, and the “Power”

light will flash with continuous audible sound.

This operation is used for checking if the power failure is normal or not. Insert the power cord

again after finishing checking.

IMPORTANT: Make sure that the rechargeable battery is full before usage. If not full, it may

cause the power failure without the alarming indication. If full, and there is no

any indication after disconnecting the main power supply, please refer to the

qualified service personnel.

4. CHECK HEATER

Control the environment temperature at 21℃ ~ 26℃, and choose the air mode, and set the

temperature at 33.0 ℃, and all heat power indicator are on, and heater will output heat completely.

NOTE: When the incubator works under the setting state, and continue the following

operation procedure.

5. CHECK THE ACCURACY OF TEMPERATURE CONTROL

Select the Air Mode, and set the air temperature at 36℃, after the air temperature enters into

the STEADY TEMPERATURE CONDITION, put the calibrated temperature measuring device on

the position above 10cm from the center of mattress to measure the air temperature, compared

with the indicated air temperature to check whether the deviation between them is within 0.8℃.

6. CHECK BABY MODE

Insert two skin temperature sensors into the socket of skin sensor1 and skin sensor2

seprately, the arrow sign on the plug should aim to the opening on the sensor socket so that the

sensor is inserted correctly.

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Skin temperature Sensor 1

Arrow Opening

Sensor plug
A Oxygen concentration sensor
Humidity sensor and air temperature sensor are located in the position A

1.Insert or pull out the skin sensor, you must hold the plug of skin sensor, pulling
the leads is forbidden.
2.Please do not bend the connection of sensor.

When the Air Mode works stablly, change it into the Baby Mode, set temperature at 37℃.

Keep the temperature detected by skin temperature sensor is 2℃ lower than the set temperature

while making the displayed air temperature 4℃ lower than the set skin temperature. The sensor

failure alarm should be actived then. The “Alarm” light will flash with continuous audible sound,

and the screen indicator will show “Alarm Skin Sensor 1 is placed wrong”.

Pull off the skin temperature sensor 1, the sensor failure alarm should active. The “Alarm”

light will flash with continuous audible sound, and the screen indicator will show “Alarm skin

sensor 1 fault”.

7. CHECK PRECISION OF SKIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR

Put the skin temperature sensor with the mercury thermograph for the accuracy with ±0.1ºC

into the water cup with the temperature as 30ºC±5ºC. Make the probe of the skin temperature

sensor and the mercury ball as closely as possible and stir enough, then read the value of mercury

thermograph. Compare the value of the skin temperature sensor and the mercury thermograph,

and the deviation must be within 0.5ºC.

NOTE: Please check again if the accuracy of the skin temperature sensor exceeds the

permissibility deviation. Please let the professional maintenance man service

machine if the accuracy the skin temperature sensor exceeds the permissibility of

deviation again.

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8. CHECK THE SENSOR BOX

Check the connection between the modular and its socket. Only when the interface of the
sensor box is correctly facing the interface of the sensor socket, they can be successfully
connected.

STATOR

Undraw the left stator of sensor box as the arrow indicates; under the condition of stator
undrawing, undraw the sensor box outwards, to check if the Sensor box slides in or out of the
hood smoothly. When the modular falls off from the hood, The “Alarm” light will flash with
continuous audible sound, and the screen indicator will show “Alarm Sensor Box is placed
wrong”. After the modular being put into the correct location and being fixed by stator, the alarm
cancels automaticly as well as the sensor connect indicating light off.

1. All gaps in the sensor module must not be blocked.


2. Please pull out and plug in the sensor module correctly.
3. Sensor Module is an important part which supply Temperature Control to
Incubator, and must operate carefully.

9. CHECK FAN MOTOR ALARM


Refer to paragraph 4.2.1, open the Hood, and take out Infant Mattress, Mattress Tilt
Mechanism, Mattress Tray, and the heater cover. As the follow figure, hold the Motor Fan on hand
carefully, turn on the switch of the controller power, the Alarm Indicator shall be activated, the
message “Alarm Motor Fault” should appear in place of the Trend Display and the audible alarm
should sound. Press the Silence/Reset key, alarm is over and the Controller return to operation
status.

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NOTE: It must take at least 45 minutes after the incubator stopped working to perform this
operation.
10. CHECK OVER-TEMPERATURE ALARM
In the mode of Air Mode or Baby Mode, when the unit enters into the working condition,
Press the air temperature self-definite function key and set value increasing key in figure 4.2A, at
this time, all heating indicators are on, If the set temperature is no indication, it means that the
controller has entered into the over-temp test state. After a long time, the device can alarm, the
alarming lights are on; “Alarm Over Temperature” information can replace the curve indication on
the screen. Press the silence/reset key to cancel the over-temp alarming, and then the device can
return to the working condition.
11. CHECK DEVIATION ALARM
In Air Mode, close all door and panels, set the temperature at 32 ºC. Enter TEMPERATURE
ALARM CHECKOUT STATE(refer to descriptions of terms and symbols concerned), fan into the
hot air inside the hood. When the air temperature indicates 35.1ºC, the high deviation alarm will
active. The “Alarm” light will flash with continuous audible sound, and the screen indicator will
show “Alarm Temperature Deviation”; set the temperature at 35℃, after the device enters into
the temperature alarming checkout state, open the front access panel, when the air temperature
indicates 31.9 ºC, the low deviation alarm should active. The “Alarm” light will flash with
continuous audible sound, and the screen indicator will show “Alarm Temperature Deviation”.
NOTE: If the system can not enter into the TEMPERATURE ALARM CHECKOUT STATE or
the air Temperature does vary within ±3℃ than the setting temperature, the
deviation alarm can not occur.
In Baby Mode, set the temperature at 35 ºC. Enter TEMPERATURE ALARM CHECKOUT
STATE, put the skin sensor into the water cup at 37 ºC. When the skin temperature indicates 36.1
ºC, the high deviation alarm will active. The “Alarm” light will flash with continuous audible sound,
and the screen indicator will show “Alarm Temperature Deviation”; Set the temperature at 35℃,
after the device enters into the temperature alarming checkout state, put the skin sensor into the
water cup at temperature 33℃, when the skin temperature indicates to 33.9ºC, the low deviation
alarm should active. The “Alarm” light will flash with continuous audible sound, and the screen
indicator will show “Alarm Temperature Deviation”.

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NOTE: If the system can not enter into TEMPERATURE ALARM CHECKOUT STATE or the
skin temperature does vary within ±1℃ than the setting temperature, the
deviation alarm can not occur.
12. CHECK THE WATER LACKING ALARM
When humidifying system is on working, pour out the water in the water tank. After a while, the
incubator will alarm. The “Alarm” light will flash with continuous audible sound, and the screen
indicator will show “Low Water”.
13. CHECK THE WATER RESERVOIR POSITION WRONG ALARM
When the incubator is in the working state, pulling out the water tank, the incubator will alarm.
The “Alarm” light will flash with continuous audible sound, and the screen indicator will show
“Alarm Water Reservoir is placed wrong”.
14. CHECK THE TIMER
When the controller is normally working, the message shall displays the current real time. If
the displayed time is not correct, please reset the time. The setting method is as following:
The time can be indicated year (four figures, the former two are the century, the rest are the
year), month, data, week, hour, minute, second. Press the first self-definite function key, and
switch on the controller, and the controller can enter into the interface in follow fugure to set the
recording time of controller.

Press set self-definite function key, the underlined century can indicate, and then press the
select self-definite function key, the underline can move with the time indication, press the
increasing key or the decreasing key can change the underlined information, after correction,
press the store key to change the time and record the time, press Exit key, the controller can enter
into the first interface.
15. CHECK OXYGEN FEEDING SYSTEM
1 The system support with two kinds of oxygen concentration calibration: 21% oxygen

concentration and 100% oxygen concentration. When the oxygen concentration of the
environment is below 21%, we suggest using 100% oxygen concentration calibration.

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21% OXYGEN CALIBRATION

Keep the incubator in the environment which oxygen concentration is 21%.


a. Take out the sensor modular and press the switch of position monitor on the sensor
modular to avoid alarming caused by improper place the sensor modular.
b. After press the second self-definite function key, turning the controller to enter the interface
of oxygen concentration calibration. Press “21% Cal.” Key, see below figure. The controller can
calibrate oxygen sensor automatically, and the screen indicates “O2 sensor calibration”. After
calibration, controller can enter into the first interface. If calibration work fails, the indicator displays
the failure hint, and then users can solve problems according to the hint. If these failures can not
be canceled, please ask the authorized and qualified personnel for repair.

100% OXYGEN CALIBRATION

a. Pull the sensor box out as below figure shows, connect the oxygen calibration device which
equipped with oxygen connecting pipe to the sensor box, supplying the device with 100% oxygen
for more than 2min.
b. After press the second self-definite function key, turning on the controller, the indicator
display the interface of oxygen concentration calibration. Press “100% Cal.” Key, see the before
figure. The controller can calibrate oxygen sensor automatically, and the screen indicates “O2
sensor calibration”. After calibration, controller can enter into the first interface. If calibration work
fails, the indicator displays the failure hint, and then users can solve problems according to the hint.
If these failures can not be canceled, please ask the authorized and qualified personnel for repair.

Sensor modular

Oxygen concentration
calibration device

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2 CHECK THE OXYGEN CONCENTRATION MONITOR FUNCTION



a. Place a calibrated oxygen concentration analyzer on the middle of the bassinet.
b. Input oxygen to the device, wait until the oxygen concentration displays steady, the value
deviation displayed between the value displays in the Oxygen Concentration indicator and the
oxygen concentration analyzer should in the range of ±3%.
3 CHECK FOR OXYGEN CONCENTRATION DEVIATION ALARMING FUNCTION

Connect the oxygen-offering system and manual oxygen input port, set the oxygen
concentration datum mark 30%, and then you can change the oxygen flow according to the
oxygen concentration table posted on the incubator, you can increase or decrease the flow rapidly
when the indication of oxygen concentration reaches the datum mark; while the indication of
oxygen concentration deviates from the datum mark ±5%, the alarming can occur. “Alarm O2
Deviation” can replace the curve trend on screen. Press Silence/Reset key to cancel the alarming,
but the indicator of alarming can flash continuously until the indication value does not exceed the
datum mark ±5%, the indicator can be turn off.
Connect the oxygen input interface of oxygen –offering system and the one of serve control.
The standard of setting oxygen concentration of 30%, when the oxygen concentration reaches the
standard one, rise the oxygen concentration inside of the hood (transfer the extra oxygen
concentration into the hood ), to check the upper deviation alarm (+5% deviation alarm ); When
the oxygen concentration inside of hood resume the standard one, open the front panel to check
the down deviation alarm (-5% deviation alarm ) , when there is deviation alarm, “Alarm O2
Deviation” can replace the curve trend. Press Silence/Reset key to cancel the alarming, but the
alarming light can flash without stopping until the indicate value dose not exceed the standard
±5%, the light is off automatically.
16. CHECK WEIGHT SYSTEM
1 Calibration of weight sensor

a. Take out all the things on the bed and make sure the bed cleans.
b. Press the zero self-definite function key, weight indicator can read 0000g±5g, if exceeds
this range, press ZERO key again.
c. Put the weight of 5000g on the baby scale, and then press Calibration self-definite function
key, the indication window can indicate the following figure, press No key or do not pressing any
key within 15s, the system can exit the calibration procedure automatically. Press Yes key, the
system can enter into the calibration state, the indication window can indicate the weight within
5000g±5g, when exceeds this range, repress Calibration self-definite function key until the weight
is in the right range. If failed, the baby scale should be repaired by qualified personnel.

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2 CHECKING THE CONNECTING OF WEIGHT SENSOR



Disconnect the connection between the weight sensor and the sensor box, enter into the
interface for weight, weight indicator can hint the failure of weight sensor, the controller can cancel
the failure indication information automatically and indicate the weight of sensor.
17. CHECK HUMIDITY CONTROL SYSTEM
1 Fulfill the humidity chamber to the highest level with water, then place a calibrated

humidity analyzer in the middle of the bassinet.
2 Heating the incubator to 36℃, set the humidity value in 50%.

3 Waiting until the value in the indicator rose to 50%RH, the Humidity indicator should

display 50%RH±10%RH.
4 Check the humidity deviation alarm

In the humidity set state, set the humidity value to 40%RH. Waiting until the humidity display
value reach the set value, then increase the humidity display value to make it 15%RH higher than
the set value, the incubator alarming, the “Alarm” light will flash with continuous audible sound,
and the screen indicator will show “Alarm Humidity Deviation”. Set the humidity value to 50%RH.
Waiting until the humidity display value reach the set value, then decrease the humidity display
value to make it 15%RH lower than the set value, the incubator alarming, the “Alarm” light will
flash with continuous audible sound, and the screen indicator will show “Alarm Humidity
Deviation”. Press Silence /Reset key to stop alarming, but the alarm indicator light continuously
shines until the deviation is less than ±15%RH. If 4m later, the alarming condition still exists, it will
alarm again.
NOTE:If the displayed value won’t rise anymore or can’t decline to the set value in the
deviation rate more than ±15%, the alarm won’t occur. When checking the
low-deviation alarm, please make sure that the environmental humidity is
lower than the humidity in the hood so that the alarm can be active.

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18. CHECK THE HOOD OPERATION


NOTE: Make sure all cables are disconnected from the all accessories before raising the
hood in order to avoid interfering with raising the Hood.

Disconnect the cord of sensor module.

THE KNOB LOCATED


Disconnect the cord of the Sensor Module. Slowly tilt the Hood back until the Hood locks in
place. Release the Hood by pulling on and holding the knob located on the right rear hinge while
closing the Hood.
19. CHECK THE ACCESS PANEL

The Pawl Latch

UNLOCK

The Latch Seat

LATCHED
Rotate the panel Latches and make it stays opening. Press the latch seat to open the Access
Panel to the full open position (rotate downward). Close the Access Panel, the seat latch fastened
automatically and then rotate both latches until they are fully locked. Both latches and the seat
latch must be fully locked to avoid accidental opening of the panel.
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20. CHECK IRIS ENTRY PORTS

Rotate the outer ring of each enrty Port, the port should be open and close as rotation is
continued through 360 degree.
21. CHECK INNER WALLS ARE PROPERLY LATCHED

UNLATCHED LATCHED
Open the Access Panels and check that the front and rear inner walls are properly latched.
22. CHECK THE LATCH AND GASKET OF ACCESS DOOR

Press on-off of each access door to open it automatically and check the seal of gaskets.

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23. CHECK MATTRESS TILT MECHANISM

Rotate the mattress tilt mechanism to adjust it.

24. CHECK BASSINET

Open the Access Panel and slide it out to the fully extended position indicated by the arrow.
Lean on Mattress Tray to make sure it is properly supported to provide a firm infant platform.
Return the mattress and close Access Panel.
25. CHECK THE AIR INTAKE FILTER
Loosen the two thumb screws of the Air Intake Filter Cover and remove the cover and inspect
the filter, if dirty, it should be cleaned. Put the filter cover back.

WARNING: A dirty Air Intake filter may affect oxygen concentration and /or cause
Carbon Dioxide build-up. The filter must be checked on a routine basis and
changed at least every two months.

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26. CHECK THE X-RAY TRAY

Open the Access Panel and withdraw The X-Ray Tray can be pull out easily Indicated
the X-Ray Tray. as the arrow.
27. CHECK THE HIGH ADJUSTMENT OF THE CABINET
Step the Up and Down button with your feet to adjust the height of whole unit.

Down foot button

Up foot button

CAUTION: Please adjust the height of incubator to the lowest position during moving the
incubator.

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SECTION 3
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
3.1 SPECIFICATION
Specifications for the Incubators are provided in Table 3.1. All specifications maybe subject to
change without advance notice. Open Access Doors and Front Panel or change Mattress obliquity,
which can alter the air flow pattern, may affect temperature uniformity, temperature variability, the
correlation of the Incubator temperature reading to center mattress temperature and infant skin
temperature.
TABLE 3.1 SPECIFICATIONS
This equipment belongs to Class I, Type BF applied part, normal device (IP20) continuously
operated.
POWER REQUIREMENTS………………………………………………AC220V-230V, 50Hz,1300VA
Heater Power Output……………………………………………………………………………350W/240V
Working power of VHA cabinet……………………………………………………………120W/220V
Working power of humidifier…………………………………………………………………190W/240V
POWER output socket……………………………………AC220V-230V, 50Hz, MAX. CURRENT 3A
Heater power display………………………………………0 to 100%, adjustable in 10% increments
Temperature control modes………………………………………………………………………Air mode
Baby mode
Air Temperature Control range………………………………………………………………25℃~37℃
override mode: 37℃~39℃ (if applicable)
Baby Temperature Control range……………………………………………………………34℃~37℃
override mode: 37℃ ~38℃ (if applicable)
Temperature sensor display range……………………………………………………………5℃~65℃
Temperature rise Time*(environment temperature is +22℃) ……………………………… ≤40min
Temperature Variation*………………………………………………………………………………≤0.5℃
Temperature Uniformity*(level mattress) ………………………………………………………≤0.8℃
Temperature Uniformity *(Tilt mattress) ……………………………………………………≤1.0℃
Deviation between the indicated air temperature and the real temperature…………≤0.8℃
Accuracy of skin temperature sensor……………………………………………………………±0.3℃
PROTECTIVELY EARTHED…………………………………………………………………………< 0.1Ω
EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT………………………………………………Normal condition: < 0.5 m A
Single Fault Condition: < 1mA
PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT……………………………………………Normal Condition: < 0.1mA
Single Fault Condition: < 0.5mA
PATIENT LEAKAGE CURRENT …………………………………………Single Fault Condition: < 5mA
(Mains Voltage On The Applied Part )

ALARM (See section 3.2)


Power failure alarm……………………………………………………………Actives if power failure
Motor failure alarm………………………………………Motor failure, or motor run speed too low
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TABLE3.1 SPECIFICATIONS (Continued)

Fan failure alarm………………………………………Cool fan failure inside of controller or sensor box


Sensor alarm……………………………………………………………..…Air temperature sensor failure
Skin temperature sensor 1 is out of position
Skin temperature sensor 1 failure
Isolated temperature sensor failure
Air temperature sensor is different from Isolated temperature sensor
Air flow temperature sensor failure
Sensor box placed wrong alarm………..………………….………………Sensor box is placed wrong
ROM failure alarm…………………………………ROM error in the main MCU inside of the controller
ROM error in the client MCU inside of the sensor box
Internal system failure alarm…………Internal system error in the main MCU inside of the controller
Internal system error in the client MCU inside of the sensor box
SRAM failure alarm……………………………………………………SRAM error inside of the controller
EEPROM failure alarm……………………………………………EEPROM error inside of the controller
Real time clock failure alarm………………………………Real time clock error inside of the controller
Communication failure alarm……………Communication error inside of the controller or sensor box
ADC alarm………………………………..Analog-to-Digital Converters error inside of sensor box
Keyboard failure alarm……………………………..………………………Short circuit on the Keyboard
Battery failure alarm……………………………..……………………………Battery failure or no battery
LCD display failure alarm……………………………..………………………LCD display error

Humidity control
Running time when humidity chamber is full of distilled water………………humidity ≤60% RH,
At least 24hrs
Capacity of humidity chamber……………………………………………………………………1300ml
Humidity display range………………………………………………………………0%RH ~ 99%RH
Humidity control range……………………………………0% ~ 90%( adjustable in 1% increments)
Humidity display accuracy
(ambient temperature 20℃~40℃, ambient humidity 10% ~ 90%)………………………±10% RH
NOTE: Under the very high ambient humidity, it may not reach the relative lower humidity
control.

Oxygen control
Oxygen display range…………………………………………………………………………0% ~ 99%
Oxygen resolution………………………………………………………………………………………1%
Oxygen display accuracy ………………………………………………………………………±3 vol.%
Oxygen control accuracy ………………………………………………………………………±4 vol.%
Oxygen set range…………………………………………20% ~ 60%( adjustable in 1% increments)
Lifetime of oxygen sensor………………Max.: 10000hrs under the oxygen concentration at 100%

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TABLE3.1 SPECIFICATIONS (Continued)

WEIGHT INDICATION
Weight range……………………………………………………………………………………100 ~ 8000g
Weight display accuracy …………………………………………………………………………………1g
Weight indication accuracy……………………………………………………………………………±1%

ENVIRONMENT TEMPERATURE
Operating Range…………………………………………………………………………………+20~+30℃
Storage Range……………………………………………………………………………………-20~+55℃

ENVIRONMENT HUMIDITY
Operating Range…………………………………………………………………………………30~75%RH
Storage Range……………………………………………………………………………………≤ 93%RH

ATMOSPHERIC PRESSUR
Shipment and Store atmospheric pressure range…………………………………500hPa~1060hPa
Operating atmospheric pressure range……………………………………………700hPa~1060hPa

AIR VELOCITY
Ambient Air Velocity………………………………………………………………………………< 0.3m/s

OTHER SPECIFICATION
Noise level within Hood Environment………………………………Environment noise ≤45dB(A)
noise inside hood ≤55dB(A)
Carbon dioxide(CO2) level within the hood…………………Less than 0.5% when a mixture of CO2
in air is delivered at 750ml/min at a point 10cm above the center of the mattress.
Air Velocity Over Mattress………………………………………………………………less than 0.35m/s
Lifetime of product…………….…………………………….……………………….………….…8 years

SILENCE/RESET KEY
Press to silence the alarming, press twice to reset alarming.
Silence……………………………………………………………………………silence alarming for 4min,
alarming will silence if there is any other alarming actives
Reset…………………………………………………silence alarming to come back to the setting state
* Refer to Table of Definitions and Symbols

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3.2 WORKING PRINCIPLE


3.2.1 General
This section contains a functional description and detailed theory of operation of the equipment. A
system block diagram of the Controller is shown in Figure 3.2 and 3.3.
The control of temperature is achieved by means of air circulation system as shown in Figure 3.1.
A controlled amount of room air is drawn through the air intake filter by means of the motor-driven
impeller on the Controller and then drawn back to motor though air return filter. Circulated air flows
through temperature sensing sensor. Temperature Controller automatically modulates the temperature
inside Hood according to the temperature sensed by the air temperature sensing sensor.
Heat output control under air mode: control the output of heater according to the air temperature
automatically;
Heat output control under baby mode: control the output of heater according to the skin
temperature automatically.
Oxygen feeding control: control the switch of oxygen valve automatically according to the oxygen
concentration from the oxygen sensor.
Humidity output control of humidity chamber: control the hater inside humidity chamber
according to the humidity from humidity sensor.

FIGURE 3.1 AIR/OXYGEN CONCENTRAION/HUMIDITY CYCLE SYSTEM

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Keyboard Motor test

Humidity control
Displayer
Main
MCU O2 servo control

I/O Control
Temperature heater control A

Air temperature sensor

Skin temperature sensor 1

Skin temperature sensor 2

ADC Humidity sensor

Client MCU A
Oxygen sensor 1

Oxygen sensor 2

Weight sensor module

Isolated temperature sensor

ADC
Air flow temperature sensor 2

Client MCU B

Temperature heater control B

FIGURE 3.2 CONTROL BLOCK DIAGRAM

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Start
INT1

Initialization
Real timer

Data display
Return

INT0
YES
Key input

ADC Sampling
Key handling
NO
Return

Data handling

Timer interruption

YES Timer
Trouble checking

Return
Alarm
NO identification
Series port
interruption
Heating control

Data transfer

Data display

Return

FIGURE 3.3 PROCEDURE BLOCK DIAGRAM

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3.2.2 Temperature Control


In Air Mode, the controller will control the incubator temperature automatically to keep the air
temperature close to the set value. Comparing the air temperature and the air set temperature, the
controller will adjust the heat output proportion to keep the heat balance inside hood. The other probe
inside of air sensor is regarded as the isolated temperature sensor, when set temperature is < 37ºC
incubator temperature must be ≤38.0ºC (while when set temperature is > 37ºC incubator temperature
must be ≤40.0ºC ), the heater is cut off automatically.
In baby Mode, the controller will control the incubator temperature automatically to keep the skin
temperature close to the set value. Skin sensor is attached to the skin of patient. Comparing the skin
temperature and the skin set temperature, the controller will adjust the heat output proportion to keep
the heat balance inside hood. In the whole baby mode, the isolated temperature sensor of air sensor is
always monitor the inside temperature, when the incubator temperature is ≤40ºC, the heater is cut off
automatically.
When the baby mode is working, if the skin temperature sensor 1 drops from the socket, the skin
temperature indicator displays “--.-”, the sensor alarm actives and the heater is cut off automatically.

3.3 ALARM
Alarm is used for monitoring the temperature control system state. The system will check the state
by the alarm checkout procedure. When the checked data is abnormal, it will alarm. Table 3.2 listed
alarm condition.
TABLE 3.2 ALARM

ALARM MESSAGE DESCRIPTION


If the mains power supply fails or no power supply, the alarm with
Power Failure Alarm
audible and visual will active.
If the sensor box wrongly placed, at the same time, heater stops
Alarm Sensor box
working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, it can
is placed wrong
reset when the failure does not exist.
In the air mode, if the temperature sensor short-circuit, open-circuit
Alarm Air Sensor or bad connected, at the same time, heater stops working, press
Fault Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please refer to the
service part.
If the isolated temperature sensor short-circuit, open-circuit or bad
“Alarm” Alarm isolated connected, at the same time, heater stops working, press
light is Sensor Fault Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please refer to the
on service part.
If the temperature difference detected between air temperature
Alarm Air Sensor
sensor and isolated temperature sensor over 0.8℃, at the same
is different from
time, heater stops working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear
isolated Sensor
alarming for 4min, please refer to the service part.
Alarm Air flow If the air flow sensor short-circuit, open-circuit or bad connected, at
Temp. Sensor the same time, heater stops working, press Silence/Reset Key to
Fault clear alarming for 4min, please refer to the service part.

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TABLE 3.1 ALARM (CONTINUE)

ALARM MESSAGE DESCRIPTION


In Baby Mode, if the skin sensor 1 short-circuit, open-circuit or bad
Alarm Skin Sensor connected, at the same time, heater stops working, press
1 Fault Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, it can reset when the
failure does not exist.
In Baby Mode, if the temperature detected by skin sensor 1 always
Alarm Skin sensor 2℃ below the set temperature, at the same time, heater stops
1 is placed wrong working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, it can
reset when the failure does not exist.
If the humidity sensor short-circuit, open-circuit or bad connected, at
Alarm Humidity
the same time, heater keeps working, press Silence/Reset Key to
Sensor Fault
clear alarming for 4min, please refer to the service part.
In oxygen module, if short-circuit or open-circuit or failure occurs on
the oxygen concentration sensor 1, at the same time, heater keeps
Alarm O2 Sensor 1
working, and the oxygen valve cuts off the oxygen feeding, press
Fault
Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please refer to the
service part.
In oxygen module, If short-circuit or open-circuit or failure occurs on
the oxygen concentration sensor 2, at the same time, heater keeps
Alarm O2 Sensor 2
working, and the oxygen valve cuts off the oxygen feeding, press
Fault
Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please refer to the
service part.
In oxygen module, the oxygen concentration deviation from oxygen
sensor 1 and sensor 2 is 3%O2, at the same time, heater keeps
Alarm O2 Sensors
working, and the oxygen valve cuts off the oxygen feeding, press
“Alarm” are Different
Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please refer to the
light is service part.
on
When the wind speed is lower than 1000rpm, at the same time,
Alarm Motor Fault heater stops working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for
4min, please refer to the service part.
Fan is failed inside control, at the same time, heater stops working,
Alarm Fan 1 Fault press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please refer to
the service part.
Fan is failed inside sensor module, at the same time, heater stops
Alarm Fan 2 Fault working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please
refer to the service part.
In air mode, If the air temperature is higher 3℃ than the set
temperature, heater stops working, press Silence/Reset Key to
clear alarming for 4min, it can reset when the failure does not exist.
In baby mode, if the skin temperature is higher 1℃ than the set
temperature, heater stops working, press Silence/Reset Key to
Alarm clear alarming for 4min, it can reset when the failure does not exist.
Temperature In air mode, if the air temperature is lower 3℃ than the set
Deviation temperature. At this time, the heater keeps working, press
Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, it can reset when the
failure does not exist.
In baby mode, if the skin temperature is lower 1℃ than the set
temperature. At this time, the heater keeps working, press
Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, it can reset when the
failure does not exist.

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TABLE 3.1 ALARM (CONTINUE)

ALARM MESSAGE DESCRIPTION


Humidity from humidity sensor is higher 15%RH than the set
humidity. At this time, the heater keeps working, while evaporator
stops working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min,
Alarm Humidity it can reset when the failure does not exist.
Deviation Humidity from humidity sensor is lower 15%RH than the set
humidity. At this time, the heater keeps working, and evaporator
keeps working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min,
it can reset when the failure does not exist.
The oxygen concentration from oxygen sensor 1 is higher 5%O2
than set value, at the same time, heater keeps working, and the
oxygen valve cuts off the oxygen feeding, press Silence/Reset Key
to clear alarming for 110s, it can reset when the failure does not
Alarm O2 Deviation exist.
The oxygen concentration from oxygen sensor 1 is lower 5%O2
than set value, at the same time, heater keeps working, and the
oxygen valve keeps the oxygen feeding, press Silence/Reset Key to
clear alarming for 110s, it can reset when the failure does not exist.
In the air mode, when the incubator temperature is less than
38℃(set temperature <37℃) or less than 40℃(set temperature
> 37℃ ) , at the same time, heater stops working, press
Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, it can not reset after
Alarm Over
clearing the failure, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming.
Temperature
In the Baby mode, when the incubator temperature is less than
“Alarm” 40℃, at the same time, heater stops working, press Silence/Reset
light is Key to clear alarming for 4min, it can not reset after clearing the
on failure, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming.
The temperature detected by air-flow temperature sensor is over-
Alarm Air flow high, at the same time, heater stops working, press Silence/Reset
Temp. Over Fault Key to clear alarming for 4min, it can not reset after clearing the
failure, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming.
Alarm Water When the water tank is not in the correct location, at the same time,
Reservoir is the heater stops working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming
placed wrong for 4min, it can reset when the failure does not exist.
ROM inside of main MCU fails. At this time, the heater will stop
Alarm ROM of
working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please
main MCU Fault
refer to the service part.
ROM inside of auxiliary MCU A fails. At this time, the heater will
Alarm ROM of
stop working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min,
client MCU A Fault
please refer to the service part.
ROM inside of auxiliary MCU B fails. At this time, the heater will
Alarm ROM of
stop working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min,
client MCU B Fault
please refer to the service part.
Alarm Internal The ALU or inner RAM in the main MCU failure, At this time, the
system of main heater will stop working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming
MCU Fault for 4min, please refer to the service part.
Alarm Internal The ALU or inner RAM in the auxiliary MCU A failure, At this time,
system of client the heater will stop working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear
MCU A Fault alarming for 4min, please refer to the service part.

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TABLE 3.1 ALARM (CONTINUE)

ALARM MESSAGE DESCRIPTION


Alarm Internal The ALU or inner RAM in the auxiliary MCU B failure, At this time,
system of client the heater will stop working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear
MCU B Fault alarming for 4min, please refer to the service part.
EEROM inside main MCU fails, At this time, the heater will stop
Alarm EEPROM
working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please
Fault
refer to the service part.
SRAM failure (including system cord failure). At this time, the heater
Alarm SRAM
will stop working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for
Fault
4min, please refer to the service part.
Alarm Communication of main MCU and Auxiliary MCU A fails, At this
Communication time, the heater will stop working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear
A Fault alarming for 4min, please refer to the service part.
Alarm Communication of Auxiliary MCU A and Auxiliary MCU B fails, At
Communication this time, the heater will stop working, press Silence/Reset Key to
B Fault clear alarming for 4min, please refer to the service part.
The Analog-to-Digital Converter TLV2548 inside of the sensor box
Alarm ADC1 is error, At this time, the heater will stop working, press
Fault Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please refer to the
service part.
The Analog-to-Digital Converter TLV2544 inside of the sensor box
Alarm ADC2 is error, At this time, the heater will stop working, press
“Alarm” Fault Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please refer to the
light is on service part.
The internal Analog-to-Digital Converter of the client MCU MS1210
Alarm ADC3 is error inside of the sensor box, At this time, the heater will stop
Fault working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please
refer to the service part.
The keyboard circuit is broken, at this time, the heater will stop
Alarm Keyboard
working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for 4min, please
Fault
refer to the service part.
The battery inside of the controller is error, at this time, the heater
Alarm Battery
will stop working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming for
Fault
4min, please refer to the service part.
Alarm The temperature heater system inside of controller is error, at this
Temperature time, the heater will stop working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear
heater system alarming for 4min, please refer to the service part.
F lt The timer RTC inside the system fails or is not accurate, at this
Alarm Real Time
time, the heater will stop working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear
Clock Fault
alarming for 4min, please refer to the service part.
When the water in the water tank is lower than the detect point, at
Alarm water the same time, the heater will working, the heater in the water
shortage reservoir stop working, press Silence/Reset Key to clear alarming
for 4min, it can reset when the failure does not exist.

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SECTION 4
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
4.1 GENERAL
This section provides cleaning and maintenance instructions.

WARNING: Disconnect all the connections with oxygen feeding device before
cleaning and maintenance. Cleaning or maintenance in the environment
full with oxygen will cause fire or explosion.

4.2 CLEANING
This device must be cleaned and sterilized for the first time for initial use, or after used it for one
week.
4.2.1 DISASSEMBLY BEFORE CLEANING
1. Turn off the Power Switch on the VHA Pedestal and remove the Power Cord. Disconnect the
cables from the Sensor Module and slowly raise the Hood.
CAUTION: Before lifting Incubator Hood for cleaning, ensure that all mounted accessories
have been removed to prevent possible interference with the raised Hood.
2. Refer to Paragraph 2.3, Step Y, and remove the X-ray Tray from the Mattress Tray.
3. Refer to Figure 4.1 and remove the Mattress Tray. (For the bed with the baby scale, please
see the figure 2.8, disconnect the weight sensor and take the baby scale out. Then lift the raise the
Hood.)

Push the Mattress Tray to end following as the arrow 1, raising the Mattress Tray like the arrow
2, then pull out it as the arrow 3.
FIGURE 4.1

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4. Refer to Figure 4.2 and remove the Mattress Tilt Bars.

FIGURE 4.2
5. Refer to Figure 4.3 and pull out the Main Deck by loosening the screw.

FIGURE 4.3
6. Refer to Figure 4.4 and remove the Heater Cover.

FIGURE 4.4

The Heater can be sufficiently hot to cause burns. Avoid removing or


touching the Heater until the unit has been switched off for at least 45
minutes.
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7. Refer to figure 4.5 and take out the inner walls.


The Inner Walls are hinged on the Access Panel or rear wall of the Incubator. Refer to

Paragraph 2.3 Step T, and release the Inner Wall by pressing on the catches located at the top of

the Inner Wall. Press the inner wall, and at same time, move it as the arrow 1 indicates to take out

the inner wall.

FIGURE 4.5
8. Refer to figure 4.6 and take out the water reservoir.

Handle

Reservoir

Rotate the spanner of the water tank to the horizontal position and pull the water tank out then.
(Please keep the water tank flat and straight and don't move it up towards when it been pulled out,
or else it will be hard to pulled out).
FIGURE 4.6
CAUTION:1. Because the temperature of the water tank is high after the power of the
device is on as well as the heating groups are tighten then, so please take out
the water tank after it is totally cooling down to avoid damage to the heating
group.
2. The humidifying system is in the bottom of the reservoir. Don’t put hands into
the reservoir to avoid being burned.

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9. Refer to figure 4.7 and take out the fan.


NOTE: The direction for unscrewing the heat dissipation slice in way of anti-clock wise.

Cover For Bolt

Hold the fan, and loose the cover for bolt, draw the fan upward
FIGURE 4.7
10. As the figure 4.8, take out the oxygen transfusion tube.

Unscrew the fixing nut of the oxygen transfusion tube, and take it out
FIGURE 4.8
11. Remove all Access Door Sleeves, Cuff and Gaskets from each side of the Hood by pulling
them free.
12. Remove Tubing Access Ports from the Hood by pulling them free.
13. Remove the Air Intake Micro filter Cover by loosening the two thumbscrews. Refer to
Paragraph 2.3 Step X.

4.2.2 CLEANING PROCEDURE


CAUTION: Some chemical cleaning agents may be conductive and/or leave a residue which
may permit a build-up of dust or dirt which may be conductive. Do not permit
cleaning agents to contact electrical components. Do not spray cleaning
solutions onto any of those surfaces.

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A. Clean the skin temperature sensor and sensor modular


Use a disinfectant-detergent to thoroughly clean all surfaces; then dry with a clean cloth or
paper towel.
CAUTION: Do not steep Sensor into disinfectant-detergent and avoid the disinfectant-
detergent leak into the sensor modular.
B. Clean the Soft tubing, Gaskets, Iris Port Sleeves
Allow parts to soak as recommended by the cleaning solution’s manufacturer, then remove
them and dry completely with a clean cloth or paper tower.
C. Clean the Hood and inner wall
Use a disinfectant-detergent to thoroughly clean all surfaces, including all holes, indentations,
Access Doors and Iris Ports then dry them with a clean cloth or paper towel.
NOTE: Alcohol can cause crazing of the clear Acrylic panel. Do not use alcohol, acetone,
or any organic solvents for cleaning. Do not expose the panel assembly to direct
ultraviolet radiation.
D. Clean the controller
Use detergent to clean the all surfaces thoroughly. Then dry it with clean cloth.
E. Clean the heater radiator and fan impeller
Remove any lint build-up on the Heater Radiator and Fan Impeller.

WARNING:Not clean the heater and fan will result in accumulate of fiber dust,
baffle the air flow. That will influence the temperature control and result
in high CO2 concentration.

F. Clean the mattress, mattress tilt bars, main deck, shelf, storage compartment and heater
cover.
Use a disinfectant-detergent to thoroughly clean all surfaces; then dry with a clean cloth or
paper towel.
G. Clean mattress cover
Use a disinfectant-detergent to thoroughly clean it and sun it after washing it with clean water.
H. Clean the infant bed
Separate the upper bed and the lower bed, clean the dirt’s inside the bed; clean the surface of
bed and baby scale (accessory) with the cloth dipping into the detergent, and dry it with clean cloth.
NOTE: There is weight sensor inside of bed, clean and place carefully, do not put it into the
detergent and sterilized liquid.
I. Clean Air filter
Use a disinfectant-detergent to thoroughly clean all surfaces, including all holes, indentations,
Access Doors and Iris Ports then dry them with a clean cloth or paper towel. If the air filter is dirt or
is used for more than 2 months, please replace it.
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J. Clean Water tank and Humidity chamber fill spout


Take the humidifying chamber out from the drawer group as figure 4.7 shows. Open the two
cover boards on the humidifying chamber and pull up the water input baffle. Use the national
registered neutral disinfectant-detergent to clean the all surfaces and cupped place thoroughly.
Clean it again with clean water and then dry it with clean cloth or paper.
Please pay special attention that clean the inner and outter surface of the probe with the
around the detect point can control the microorganism breed in the water tank and ensure the
accuracy of the water level detecting.
When the scale appears visibly on the radiating cover inside the water tank, it is recommended
to soak it with table vinegar or the scale cleaning detergents which is used exclusively for casting
water dispenser. The soaking time is about 15min to 20 min. (The longer the radiating cover be
soaked, the better) .In the process of soaking, make sure that the cover is immersed entirely. After
soaking, scrub with bottle brush and rinse the cover till the scale is cleaned completely.
Reek outlet Cover board Detecting probe
Radiating cover

Water proof

Gap of the water proof

Humidity chamber Drawer groups Water inlet hole on the bottom


CAUTION:1. Please clean the water tank after the radiating cover inside the water tank
totally cooleddown.
2. Make sure the water inlet hole on the bottom and the reek outlet hole of tank
throughable after cleaning. Two gaps on the water proof must placed downwards.
3. If the water tank is uncleaned, especially there're dusts near the probe, there
will be a possibility that water-lacking alarm failure.
4. Please use soft cloth to wipe the surface of the probe when it is covered by
nobel metal. Do not use the hard material to scrape the probe so as not to
damage it.
5. When the scale appears on the radiating cover visibly, you must clean it in time,
or it will easily breed ground for bacterium and affect the humidification.
FIGURE 4.9
K. Clean the oxygen infusion tube
Clean the surface of oxygen infusion tube with clean cloth. Replace it when it is damaged.
L. Clean surface of device
Use a disinfectant-detergent to thoroughly clean all surfaces, including all holes, indentations,
Access Doors and Iris Ports then dry them with a clean cloth or paper towel.
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4.2.3 REASSEMBLY AFTER CLEANING


NOTE: Before reassembling parts into Incubator, check carefully if there is any crack or
damage. Some disinfectant-detergent may cause crazing of plastic parts in Incubator.
A. Install Humidity chamber fill spout in the reverse steps as they are moved out.
B. Install the Heater Cover.
C. Install the Main Deck.
CAUTION: Make sure the Hood is raised before attempting to install the Main Deck. Installing
the Main Deck when the Hood is down may result in damage to the Main Deck
and/or jamming of the Hood in place.
D. Install the Mattress Tilt Bars on the Main Deck.
E. Install the Mattress Tray and X-ray Tray.
F. Install the Mattress.
Visually and physically examine the mattress for any holes or cuts that will permit the entry of
fluids onto the inner foam. If the mattress is damaged, it should be replaced.
G. See figure 4.5 install inner walls in the reverse steps as they are moved out.
H. Rotating the iris entry sleeves, see figure 4.10.

Install the smaller diameter elastic band of a new Fold back and slip elastic band over
Sleeve over the inner ring of the port housing. the outer ring of the port housing.

Rotate outer ring to close. If properly installed, the sleeve will open again if rotation is reversed.
FIGURE 4.10
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I. See figure 4.11, install the Access door gasket, and then install the Access door cuff.

Installation of Access Door Gasket Installation of Access Door Cuff


FIGURE 4.11
J. Install Tubing Access Ports, as shown in Figure 4.12.

FIGURE 4.12
K. Install an Air Intake Micro filter. Refer to the Paragraph 2.3, Step X, place the Air Intake
Micro filter into the Cover and tighten the two thumbscrews.

4.3 STERILIZATION
NOTE: Please do not steam autoclave.
Please sterilize under low temperature.

4.4 MAINTENANCE
Please check the condition of the build-in rechargeable battery before the first use of device or
in the alternation of device using.
A. Operate the unit for a period of 12 to 24 hours.
B. Trigger a power failure alarm by disconnecting the AC power cord.
C. The power failure alarm should activate and continue to alarm for at least 10 minutes.
D. Reconnect the unit to the AC line and recharge the battery.
If the power failure alarm cannot last more than 10 minutes, please replace the rechargeable
battery. For this battery, it should be replaced by authorized and qualified service personnel.

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SECTION 5
SERVICE

5.1 GENERAL
This section provides faliure detecting and overhauling for the humidity system failure, oxygen
supplying system failure, inner rechargeable battery failure and the replacement for fuses.

5.2 HUMIDITY SYSTEM


5.2.1 Working Principle

See following figure, and the humidity id mainly composed of the water saving part, humidifier,

heater and so on. Water from water saving part filters from the baffle naturally to enter into the

humidifier through the water inlet, and the heater will heat the heat conduction bush to make the water

boil, which produce the vapor and then enter inside hood through the vaport outlet. With the output of

vapor, there is always water to be added to the humidifier to keep the water in humidifier to consist with

the one in water saving part. When the water level is lower, please add water from the water inlet.

Water adding port Water saving part vapor outlet humidifier

micro switch

temperature
control switch

heater
baffle water inlet shell of humidity heat conduction
chamber bush

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5.2.2 Service
The following table lists the possible trouble failure, reason and remedy within the lifetime of
humidity system:

TABLE 5.1 TROUBLE FAILURE

TROUBLE
REASON REMEDY
FAILURE

1.Humidity Sensor Failure See Flow Chart 5.11

Abnormal humidity 2.Heater Is Damaged For Short


Replace Heater
message Circuit
3. Temperature Controller Switch For Replace The Temperature Controller
Short Circuit Switch

Distilled Water Can 1.Baffle Hole Is Blocked Clean Baffle


Not Enter Into The
Humidifier 2.Water Inlet Is Blocked Clean Water Inlet

Tighten The Screw Or Replace The


Heat Conduction Bush Is Loose
Silicon Pad
Water Leakage
Too Much Distilled Water Will
Lower It To The Highest Water Level
Overflow

5.3 OXYGEN SYSTEM


5.3.1 Working Principle

Oxygen feeding system is mainly composed of seperation unit of air and oxygen, electric valve,
MCU control system, and there is two connectors on the seperation unit of air and oxygen: one
connects the system servo control oxygen port, and the other connects the inlet.
The system will compare the oxygen concentration from oxygen sensor and the set oxygen
concentration during supplying oxygen, and it will output the differenct control signals accoridng the
result to control the on and off for the electric valve so that the oxygen concentration inside hood will
reach the stable state.

seperation unit of air and oxygen

electric valve

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5.3.2 Service
The following table lists the possible trouble failure, reason and remedy within the lifetime of
oxygen system:
TABLE 5.2 TROUBLE FAILURE

TROUBLE FAILURE REASON REMEDY

1.humidity sensor failure See flow chart 5.12

Abnormal oxygen 2.heater is damaged for short


See flow chart 5.12
message circuit
3. temperature controller switch for
See flow chart 5.13
short circuit
Check whether the oxygen
High devication of oxygen flow rate is over high.
concentration Calibrate oxygen
concentration sensor
Check the seal condition of
access doors and panels
Check whether the oxygen
flow rate is over low.
Alarm O2 Deviation
Check whether the output
Low devication of oxygen voltage of oxygen
concentration concentration sensor is
normal, (output voltage in
normal condition is >9mV), or
else, replace oxygen
concentration sensor
Check oxygen concentration
sensor
Connector of oxygen system may Check the seal condition of all
Much noise of oxygen leak oxygen connectors
supply Spring inside the seperation unit of Replace the seperation unit of
air and oxygen may change air and oxygen

5.4 REPLACEMENT OF ELEMENT


5.4.1 DISASSEMBLY THE CONTROLLER
1. See figure 5.1, uncrew the fixing bolt beside of power switch of controller.

FIGURE 5.1
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2. See figure 5.2, take out the controller.

FIGURE 5.2
3. Disconnect all connection on the back of controller, and unscrew the bolts on two sides of
contrtoller, and you can open the cover for the controller.

5.4.2 REPLACEMENT OF FUSE AND INTERNAL BATTERY


A. Replacement Of Internal Battery
Open Controller and replace internal battery. See figure 5.3, disonnect the battery fastener and the
internal charing battery, and take out the plastic warsher to replace the battery.

Battery fastene Internal charing battery Baffle


FIGURE 5.3
NOTE: 1. During replacing the internal battery, the plastic washer should be placed the original
position, and keep correct connection between the anode/ cathode of battery and its
fastener; the faulty connection will cause the damage to the battery and no hont for
power failure alarm.
2. Please replace theb internal battery after using it for three years.
3. Battery will be automatically charged when the temperature controller works, charging
the battery outside of the incubator is forbidden.
4. The charging battery inside the wartmer is GP17R8H Ni-MH8.4V/170mAh, to ensure
safety, do not disassemble battery. Connect the battery correctly, do not use other type
battery.
5. It will not influence battery charging and the battery capacity when the battery is full.
(Switch on controller)
6. Please do not throw the old battery into fire or water to avoid explosion or leakage.
7. Please dispose the Old battery accoring to local law, and please do not throw them
away randomly.
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B. Replacement Of Fuse
a. See figure 5.4, unscrew the fuse's cover to replace 2pcs fuse F6.3AH/250V

Fuse’S Seat

FIGURE 5.4

b. See figure 5.5, open the outer shell of controller.Open the fuse's cover T type fuse T1AL/250V
and T800mAL/250V on power board with tools to replace the fuse. Unscrew he fuse's cover T type fuse
T 160mAL/250V of power transformer to replace the fuse.
Fuse’S Seat

Fuse’S Seat

Fuse’S Seat
FIGURE 5.5
NOTE: You must cut off the power supply when replacing the fuse, and then pull off the power
cable, replace the fuse according to the marked specification.

5.4.3 REPLACE HEATER


See figure 5.6, rotate anticlockwise to replace heater.

FIGURE 5.6
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5.4.4 REPLACEMENT OF SEPARATING UNIT FOR AIR AND OXYGEN


See figure 5.7, take out the air filter cover, and unscrew the fixed bolt on separating unit for air and
oxygen, pull it out from the port from the air filter, and unscrew the connectors from separating unit for
air and oxygen to change it.
connection of oxygen port
inlet connection

FIGURE 5.7
NOTE: The inlet on the separating unit for air and oxygen and inlet of oxygen feeding are
connected, therefore, please be careful to pull out the separating unit for air and oxygen,
do not pull it out for lond distance.
CAUTION: After replacing the separating unit for air and oxygen, make sure all tubes are
correctly connected and sealed.

5.4.5 Replacement Of Baby Scale


Because the baby scale is connected with bassinet together, therefore, please replace the whole
part when the weight system is damaged.

5.5 SYSTEM SETTING PROCEDURES


5.5.1 General
This paragraph provides controller system setting procedure. This procedure is only available to
the qualified service personnel.
NOTE: Please follow by the procedures of item 5.5.3. If it is unnecessary, please do not change
data of system setting to avoid hazards.
5.5.2 Brief Introduction
Controller system setting procedures listed below:
1. Air temp Compensation
2. Air flow Compensation
3. Skintemp 1 Compensation
4. Skintemp 2 Compensation
5. Humidity Compensation
6. Incubator Address
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7. Alarm-set Fan Motor


8. Alarm-set Air temp Low
9. Alarm-set Air temp High
10. Alarm-set Skin temp Low
11. Alarm-set Skin temp High
12. Alarm-set Humidity Low
13. Alarm-set Humidity High
14. Alarm-set O2 Low
15. Alarm-set O2 High
16. Set Minimum Humidity
17. Set Maximum Humidity
18. Set Minimum O2
19. Set Maximum O2
20. Set Minimum Air temp
21. Set Maximum Air temp
22. Set Minimum Skin temp
23. Set Maximum Skin temp
24. Set Over-temp A for <37℃
25. Set Over-temp B for >37℃
26. Alarm-set Air flow A for <37℃
27. Alarm-set Air flow B for >37℃

5.5.3 Procedure
At first, connected power supply, press and hold key and turn on the power supply for 3s
and loose key , LCD screen will indicate like the figure 5.8:

FIGURE 5.8

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See figure 5.8, press or key to switch the number, and them press the muner key

to input the password 78722, press key to enter into the system setting screen--first screen

infigure 5.9. At this time, press the select key to choose the different item to set, the left arrow can show

the current item, at this time, press or key to set the data of current item. If not pressing

any key for 20s, the system will exit the setting screen.

The first screen The second screen


FIGURE 5.9
A. The first screen

Select
Select
Press this key to move the arrow downward“ ” that indicated on the left side of screen. The arrow

can move circularly, if you miss the wanted item, you have to move the arrow to the last item and

restarting the arrow-moving. After choose the wanted item, press or key to change the

setting value of the selected item.

Store
Press this key to store the current changed setting value.

Menu
Press this key to enter into the second screen:

Exit
Press this key to exit the system setting interface, the controller enters into the working mood and starts
self-testing then.

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B. The second screen

Default

Press this key to reset the system data to the original set value.

Resume

Press this key to load the copied data. (namely the data which have been copied before)

Backup

Press this key to copy the current data, for the using of reset.

Home

Press this key to exit the second display interface to the first display interface.

z 1. Air temp Compensation


Stipulate the temperature compensation of air sensor, and the setting value is +050~-050,
“+”and“-”mean the increasing and descreasing value. For example, “+002” means that the temperature
meansured by air sensor increases by 0.2℃ as compensation, “-013” means that the temperature
meansured by air sensor decreases by 1.3℃ as compensation.
NOTE: This temperature compensation acts on isolated temperature sensor.
z 2. Air flow Compensation
Stipulate the temperature compensation of air flow temperature sensor, and the setting value is
+050~-050,“+”and“-”mean the increasing and descreasing value. For example, “+002” means that the
temperature meansured by air flow temperature sensor increases by 0.2℃ as compensation, “-013”
means that the temperature meansured by air flow temperature sensor decreases by 1.3℃ as
compensation.
z 3. Skin temp 1 Compensation
Stipulate the temperature compensation of skin sensor 1, and the setting value is +050~-050,
“+”and“-”mean the increasing and descreasing value. For example, “+002” means that the temperature
meansured by skin sensor 1 increases by 0.2℃ as compensation, “-013” means that the temperature
meansured by skin sensor 1decreases by 1.3℃ as compensation.
z 4. Skintemp 2 Compensation
Stipulate the temperature compensation of skin sensor 2, and the setting value is +050~-050,
“+”and“-”mean the increasing and descreasing value. For example, “+002” means that the temperature
meansured by skin sensor 2 increases by 0.2℃ as compensation, “-013” means that the temperature
meansured by skin sensor 1decreases by 1.3℃ as compensation.

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z 5. Humidity Compensation

Stipulate the relative humidity compensation of humidity sensor, and the setting value is

+050~-050,“+”and“-”mean the increasing and descreasing value. For example, “+008” means that the

relative humidity (%)meansured by humidity sensor increases by 8% as compensation, ”-118” means

that the relative humidity (%)meansured by humidity sensor decreases by 18% as compensation.

z 6. Incubator Address

The address of the infant incubator, and the range of number is 0~40, For example, 001 means the

machine No. 1, 015 means the machine No. 15. This number is just used for the central monitoring

operation.

z 7. Alarm-set Fan Motor

Stipulate the setting methods of alarm value for motor speed. Seeting range is 000~255,every 001

means 20rpm. For example, “050” means 1000rpm, if the speed of motor is lower than this speed, it will

alarm.

z 8. Alarm-set Air temp Low

Stipulate the setting methods of alarm value for low deviation in air mode. Seeting range is

000~050,for example, “008” means 0.8℃, if the temperature measured by the air sensor is lower 0.8℃

than the setting temperature, it will alarm.

z 9. Alarm-set Air temp High

Stipulate the setting methods of alarm value for high deviation in air mode. Seeting range is

000~050,for example, “008” means 0.8℃, if the temperature measured by the air sensor is higher

0.8℃ than the setting temperature, it will alarm.


z 10. Alarm-set Skin temp Low

Stipulate the setting methods of alarm value for low deviation in skin mode. Seeting range is

000~050,for example, “008” means 0.8℃, if the temperature measured by the skin sensor 1 is lower

0.8℃ than the setting temperature, it will alarm.

z 11. Alarm-set Skintemp High

Stipulate the setting methods of alarm value for high deviation in skin mode. Seeting range is

000~050,for example, “008” means 0.8℃, if the temperature measured by the skin sensor 1 is higher

0.8℃ than the setting temperature, it will alarm.

z 12. Alarm-set Humidity Low


Stipulate the setting methods of alarm value for humidity low deviation. The setting value is

000~020. For example, “008” means that the relative humidity 8% for low deviation, if thehumidity

measured by the humidity sensor is lower 8% than the setting value, it will alarm.

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z 13. Alarm-set Humidity Higih

Stipulate the setting methods of alarm value for humidity high deviation. The setting value is

000~020. For example, “008“ means that the relative humidity 8% for high deviation, if thehumidity

measured by the humidity sensor is higher 8% than the setting value, it will alarm.

z 14. Alarm-set O2 Low

Stipulate the setting methods of alarm value for oxygen concentration low deviation. The setting

value is 000~010. For example, “005” means that the oxygen concentration 5% for low deviation, if

thehumidity measured by the oxygen concentration sensor is lower 5% than the monitoring value, it will

alarm.

z 15. Alarm-set O2 High

Stipulate the setting methods of alarm value for oxygen concentration high deviation. The setting

value is 000~010. For example, “005” means that the oxygen concentration 5% for high deviation, if

thehumidity measured by the oxygen concentration sensor is higher 5% than the monitoring value, it

will alarm.

z 16. Set Minimum Humidity

Stipulate the setting methods of lower limit for humidity setting. The lower limit value is 000~050.

For example, “020”means that Min. setting value is 20% rlative humidity.

z 17. Set Maximum Humidity

Stipulate the setting methods of lower limit for humidity setting. The lower limit value is 030~100.

For example, “090” means that Min. setting value is 90% relative humidity.

z 18. Set Minimum O2

Stipulate the setting methods of lower limit for oxygen concentration. The lower limit value is

000~030. For example, “020” means that Min. setting value is 20% oxygen concentration.

z 19. Set Maximum O2

Stipulate the setting methods of upper limit for oxygen concentration. The upper limit value is

030~065. For example, “060” means that Min. setting value is 60% oxygen concentration.

z 20. Set Minimum Airtemp

Stipulate the setting methods of lower limit for air temperature. The lower limit value is 000~340.

For example, “250” means that Min. setting value is 25.0℃.

z 21. Set Maximum Aritemp

Stipulate the setting methods of upper limit in the mode of air setting temperature>37℃. The

upper limit value is 370~390. For example, “390” means that Min. setting value is 39.0℃.

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z 22. Set Miminum Skintemp

Stipulate the setting methods of lower limit for skin temperature. The lower limit value is 300~340.

For example, “340” means that Min. setting value is 34.0℃.

z 23. Set Maximum Skintemp

Stipulate the setting methods of upper limit in the mode of skin setting temperature>37℃. The

upper limit value is 370~390. For example,” 380” means that Min. setting value is 38.0℃.

z 24. Set Ovet-temp A for <37℃

Stipulate the setting methods of over-temp alarm in the mode of air temperature ( setting

temperature<37.0℃).The alarm value is 375~390. For example, “375 “ means that over-temp alarm

value is 37.5℃.

z 25. Set Over-temp B for >37℃

Stipulate the setting methods of over-temp alarm in the mode of air temperature ( setting

temperature >37.0℃)or in the skin mode. The alarm value is 385~400. For example, “395” means that

over-temp alarm value is 39.5℃.

z 26. Alarm-set Air flow A for <37℃

Stipulate the setting methods of air flow temperature alarm in the mode of air temperature(setting

temperature<37.0℃).The alarm value is 385~480. For example, “375 “ means that over-temp alarm

value is 37.5℃.

z 27. Alarm-set Air flow B for >37℃

Stipulate the setting methods of air flow temperature alarm in the mode of air temperature(setting

temperature >37.0℃)or in the skin mode. The alarm value is 405~520. For example, “395” means that

over-temp alarm value is 39.5℃.

5.6 PROCEDURE OF TROUBLE-SHOOTING


5.6.1 Introduction
Section 5.6.3 and 5.6.4 will offer the repairing methods of control. In section 5.6.3, it offers the
alarm code when the alarm of the controller happens; in section 5.6.4, it gives the details of the
repairing methods by the way of flow chart.
NOTE: Before deal with the troubles, you should confirm the correct set of the system set
procedure.
5.6.2 Test device
During the trouble-shooting procedure, it needs the following test devices, and you can replace it
with the same effect device.

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z Figure clock, FLUKE 17B Type


z 31.0℃ Air Temperature Simulation

Resistor
Resistor R=23166Ω/0.25W/0.5%

z 31.0℃ Air flow Temperature Simulation

Resistor
Resistor R=23166Ω/0.25W/0.5%

z 31.0℃ Skin Temperature Simulation

Resistor
Resistor R=23166Ω/0.25W/0.5%

5.6.3 Troubleshooting
All alarms have the relevant alarm code except for the power ailure alarm, please refer to Table
5.3.
TABLE 5.3 ERROR CODES

TYPE EXPLANATION AND CORRECTIVE ACTION


1. check whether the sensor module is placed right
or not
Sensor module failure alarm 2. check the connection between the micro switch
on the bottom of sensor module and hood
3. replace sensor module
Air temperature sensor failure alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.1
Isolated temperature sensor alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.2
temperature deviation failure alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.3
Air flow sensor alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.4
Skin temperature sensor 1 failure alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.5
Over temperature failure alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.6
Air flow over-temp failure alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.7
Wrong position of skin sensor 1 alarm Check the position of skin sensor 1
Fan motor failure alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.8
Fan failure alarm inside controller Refer to Flow chart 5.9
Fan failure alarm inside sensor module Refer to Flow chart 5.10
Check whether there is heat source nearby, far away
High deviation temperature failure alarm
from the heat source
Low deviation temperature failure alarm Check the closing condition of all doors and panels
Humidity sensor failure alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.11

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TABLE 5.3 ERROR CODES (Continued)

TYPE EXPLANATION AND CORRECTIVE ACTION


Check whether there is water inside of humidity
Low deviation alarm for humidity
chamber
High deviation alarm for humidity Check the humidity condition around
Oxygen concentration sensor 1 failure alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.12
Oxygen concentration sensor 2 failure alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.12
Difference alarm of oxygen sensor 1 and
Refer to Flow chart 5.13
sensor 2
High deviation alarm for Oxygen
Check whether outside oxygen flow rate is overhigh
concentration sensor 1
Low deviation alarm for Oxygen
Check whether oxygen flow rate is small
concentration sensor 1
ROM failure alarm inside main MCU Replace Main MCU
Internal system failure alarm inside main
Replace Main MCU
MCU
ROM failure alarm inside auxiliary MCU A Replace sensor board
Internal system failure alarm inside auxiliary
Replace sensor board
MCU A
Check Auxiliary MCU B inside sensor
ROM failure alarm inside auxiliary MCU B
module(AT89C4051, replace the sensor board)
Internal system failure alarm inside auxiliary Check Auxiliary MCU B inside sensor
MCU B module(AT89C4051, replace the sensor board)
ADC failure alarm outside Auxiliary MCU A Refer to Flow chart 5.14
ADC failure alarm outside Auxiliary MCU B Refer to Flow chart 5.15
Check Auxiliary MCU A inside sensor module
ADC failure alarm inside Auxiliary MCU A
(MS1210), replace the sensor board
Temperature heater system failure alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.16
Humidity heater system failure alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.17
EEPROM inside main MCU failure alarm Replace main MCU
1. check the connection between SRAM and MCU
SRAM failure alarm
2. check SRAM (U7 on main board)
1. check the connection between RTC and MCU
Real timer RTC failure alarm
2. check RTC (U23 on main board)
1. Check the connection of circuit between the
Communication failure alarm between main
main MUC and auxiliary MCU
MCU and auxiliary MCU A
2. Replace main MUC and auxiliary MCU
Communication failure alarm between
Replace sensor board
auxiliary MCU A and auxiliary MCU B
When the key board of the control panel on
Keyboard fault alarm controller short-circuit alarms, please replace the
control panel.
Inner storage battery failure alarm:
1. Check the wire connection between the inner
Battery failure alarm storage battery and the power board.
2. Replace the inner storage battery.
Power failure alarm Refer to Flow chart 5.18
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5.6.4 Troubleshooting Flow Chart


Turn off the power supply before reparing, remove the controller and sensor box from incubator and
check the connecting wire from sensor box to the controller. Befor turn on the controller and sensor box,
keep the power supply +5V, +12V of controller, elements and leads normal. Connect the wire of sensor
box to the socket at the back of controller. In working state, at the same time, press key 4 and upper key,
it will display the real temperature of isolated sensor at the display area of air sensor, display the real
temperature of air flow sensor at the display area of set value, display the battery voltage at the area of
skin sensor 1, and display motor value at the area of skin sensor 2( “7.2” means 1440 rpm), and the
oxygen concentration indication window can indicate the second oxygen concentration, so it is easy for
the repairman to find the problem.

AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR FAILURE ALARM

Good connection? No Check the relative connection of air


temperature sensor

Yes

Connect resistance 23166Ωinstead of the Air temperature sensor


to socket J3 on sensor prefix board, then open the power supply

the temperature display is


31.0℃ and add the
No
compensation temperature System alarm? Replace the air temperature sensor
of system set procedure

Yes

U4-6 is 2.63V?
On Sensor board Check R8, C2

Check U4

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`` ISOLATED TEMPERATURE SENSOR FAILURE ALARM

No
Good connection? Check the relative connection of isolated
temperature sensor

Yes

Connect resistance 23166Ωinstead of the Air temperature sensor


to socket J2 on sensor prefix board, then open the power supply

the temperature display is


31.0℃ and add the
System alarm? No
compensation temperature Replace isolated temperature sensor
of system set procedure

Yes

U7-6 is 2.63V?
On Sensor board Check R11, C4

Check U7

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DIFFERENCE FAILURE BETWEEN AIR AND


ISOLATED TEMPERATURE ALARM

``

No Check the socket J2 and J3 on Air and


Voltage of J2-1 and
On Sensor prefix board
Goodare
conection? Isolated temperature sensor
J3-1 same?

Yes

No Check the connection between sensor


Voltage of J1-1
On Sensor board prefix board and sensor board
and J1-3 are same?

Yes

Voltage of U4-6 and No


On Sensor board Check the connection of R8, R11, C2, C4
U7-6 are same?

Yes

Replace U4 and U7

Still alarming? No
Exit

Yes

Replace sensor board

FLOW CHART 5.3 DIFFERENCE FAILURE ALARM


BETWEEN AIR AND ISOLATED TEMPERATURE SENSOR

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FAN MOTOR SENSOR FAILURE ALARM

``

Good connection? No Check the relative connection of


fan motor sensor

Yes

Connect 31.0℃ air flow temperature simulation ( equal to


23166Ω) instead of air flow sensor, turn on power supply

The temperature display is


31.0℃ and add the No
System alarm? Replace air flow sensor
compensation temperature
of system set procedure

Yes

Pin11 of U4 is about No
On sensor board Check R26, C12
2.63V?

Check U7

FLOW CHART 5.4 FAN MOTOR SENSOR FAILURE ALARM

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SKIN TEMPERATURE SENSOR 1 FAILURE ALARM

``

Good connection? No Check the relative connection of skin


temperature sensor 1

Yes

Connect 31.0℃ skin temperature simulation ( equal to 23166Ω)


instead of skin sensor 1, turn on power supply

The temperature display is


31.0℃ and add the No
System alarm? Replace skin temperature seneor 1
compensation temperature
of system set procedure

Yes

Pin7 of U4 is about No
On sensor board Check R9, C3
2.32V?

Check U4

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OVER-TEMP FAILURE

Yes
Is there heat source nearby? Far away from the heat source

No

Yes
Air and isolated temperature check air and isolated temperature sensor

Sensor is OK?

No

Replace Air and Isolated temperature sensor

FLOW CHART 5.6 OVER TEMPERATURE FAILURE

AIR CIRCULATION FAILURE ALARM

Check whether the inlet


Check the fan motor sensor
Or outlet is blocked

Check the air flow condition of inlet and outlet

FLOW CHART 5.7 AIR CIRCULAATION FAILURE

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FAN MOTOR FAILURE ALARM

Motor rotating No
To sheet 2

Yes

On the power Pulse at J12-4? No


check the motor fan checking
supply board

Yes

Pulse at U5-2? No
On the power check U5

supply board

Yes

Pulse at U20-16? No
On the main check the connect
board condition between
power board and main
board

Yes

The wind speed is Yes


On the main Replace the motor
lower than 1000rpm
board

No

Replace U20

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Whether the power No


board for motor Check the power cord
fan works

Yes

Whether the
No
On the power motor fan can be
rotated by manual Replace the motor
supply board operation

Yes

Replace the capacitor CM

FLOW CHART 5.8 FAN MOTOR FAILURE ALARM(SHEET 2 OF 2)

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Alarm Fan in the controllor Fault

No
Fan in the controller is
Check the fan and the connection
rotating?

Yes

Votage on pin 3 of No
On powerboard Adjust the registor regulator
J2 is about 1.5V?
VR1 to make the voltage on
pin 3 of J2 as 1.5 V

Yes

Voltage on pin 5 of No
On powerboard Check resistor R16, R17
U3 is about 1.8V?

Yes

Voltage on pin 2 of No
On powerboard Check resistor R4, R14
U3 is about 0.5V?

Yes

Output of pin U3-1 is No


On powerboard Replace U3
high level?

Yes

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Output of pin U3-7 No Repalce U3


On powerboard
is high level?

Yes

Output of pin U5-8 No


On powerboard Check U5 and the connenction
is low level?
between U5 and U3

Yes

Intput of pin U11-4


No
On mainboard Check the connenction between
is high level?
mainboard and powerboard

Yes

Replace the mainboard

FLOW CHART 5.9 ALARM FAN IN THE CONTROLLOR FAULT (SHEET 2 OF 2)

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ALARM FAN IN THE SENSOR MODULE FAULT

Fan in the sensor No Check the fan and the connection


module is rotating?

Yes

Votage on pin 2 of No
On sensor board Adjust the registor regulator VR1
J1 is about 1.5V?
to make the voltage on pin 2 of
J1 as 1.5 V

Yes

No
On sensor board Voltage on pin 5 of Check resistor R13, R14
U1 is about 1.8V?

Yes

No
On sensor board Voltage on pin 2 of Check resistor R6, R12
U1 is about 0.5V?

Yes

No
On sensor board Output of pin U1-1 Replace U1
is high level?

Yes

To sheet 2

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Output of pin U1-7 No


On sensor board Repalce U1
is high level?

Yes

Input of pin U5-46 No


On sensor board Check the connenction
is high level? between U5 and U1

Yes

Intput of pin U5-47 No


On sensor board Check the connenction
is high level?
between U5 and U1

Yes

Replace the senso rboard

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ALARM HUMIDITY SENSOR FAULT

Connection is ok? No
Check connection humidity
sensor

Yes

On prepositive Pin J4-10 is within No Check the humidity


sensor board the range of sensor and the power
0.6V~4.5V? Vcc

Yes

On sensor The voltage on pin No


U4-10 is same as pin Check C1, R27, R1
board
J1-5 ?

Check U4

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ALARM O2 SENSOR 1 FAULT

Connection is ok? No
Check connection oxygen
sensor 1

Yes

Mesure the voltage between pin J6-4 and pin


J6-3, and named “O2 Vol.” below

No
O2 Vol. > 9mV? Replace the O2 sensor 1

Yes

Calibration the O2 sensor. (See the


second 6 of operator’s manual)

Alarm again? No
Exit

Yes

The voltage on pin No Check R28, R29, R32, R34,


On Sensor board U11-1 is 0V? C6, C40, U11

Yes

To sheet 2

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From sheet

The voltage on pin


No
On Sensor board U4-12 and U11-1 are Check U11
same?

Check U4

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ALARM O2 SENSORS ARE DIFFERENT

The difference value of No Check the main MCU


two O2 sensor is>3%? (U16 on the mainboard)
Yes

Yes

Mesure the voltage between pin J6-4 and pin


J6-3, and named “O2 Vol.” below

No
O2 Vol. > 9mV? Replace the O2 sensor 1

Yes

Calibration the O2 sensor. (See the


section 6 of operator manual)

Alarm again? No
Exit

Yes

Replace the mainboad and sensor board

FLOW CHART 5.13 ALARM O2 SENSORS ARE DIFFERENT

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ADC FAILURE ALARM OUTSIDE AUXILIARY MCU A

Voltage on the joint No


On sensor board of R18 and R19 is Check R18, R19
2.5V?

Yes

Votage on pin 13 No
On sensor board Check the connection between
of U4 is 2.5V? U4 and R18, R19

Yes

The connection No
On sensor board Connecting coreectly or
between U4 and
replace the sensor board
U5 is ok?

Yes

Replace the sensor board

FLOW CHART 5.14 ADC FAILURE ALARM OUTSIDE AUXILIARY MCU A

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ADC FAILURE ALARM OUTSIDE AUXILIARY MCU B

Voltage on the No
On sensor board joint of R22 and Check R22, R23
R23 is 2.5V?

Yes

Votage on pin 9 of No
Check the connection between
On sensor board
U7 is 2.5V? U7 and R22, R23

Yes

The connection No Connecting coreectly or


On sensor board between U7 and replace the sensor board
U9 is ok?

Yes

Replace the sensor board

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ALARM TEMPERATURE HEATER SYSTEM FAULT

Is heater No
On powerboard connected with pin Connect well
1 and pin 4 of J9 ?

Yes

Switch off the power of incubator, and disconnect


the heater from the controller, then measure the
resistance value of the heater.

The resistance No
Replace the heater
value of heater is
abour 165 Ohms?

Yes

Disconnect the sensor box and the mainboard, connect pin


11 of J11 and pin 7 of J13 on powerboard to VCC power,
and then switch on the controller.

Voltage on Q1, Q3 No
On powerboard are about 0.7V? Check R1, Q1, R3, R8, Q3

Yes

To sheet 2

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Voltage on control No
On powerboard port of relay S1, K1 Replace Q1, Q3
is about 12V?

Yes

Cnnect pin 11 of J11 and pin 7 of J13 on powerboard to


Gnd power instead, and then switch on the controller.

Voltage on B port of Yes


On powerboard Check R1, Q1, R3,
audion Q1, Q3 is about
R8, Q3
0.7 V?

No

Voltage on control Yes


On powerboard port of relay S1, K1 Replace Q1, Q3
is about 12V?

No

Disconnect these connections for testing, and


connect the mainbaord and the sensor box, then
switch on the controller.

To sheet 3

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From sheet 2

No
Alarm again? Exit

Yes

Replce the relay S1 and K1

No
Alarm again? Exit

Yes

Check the connection between powerboard


and mainboard, or replace the mainboard.

No
Alarm again? Exit

Yes

Check the connection between powerboard and


sensor board, or replace the sensor board.

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ALARM HUMIDITY HEATER SYSTEM FAULT

Is heater No
On powerboard connected with pin Connect well
2 and pin 5 of J9 ?

Yes

Switch off the power of incubator, and disconnect the


heater from the controller, then measure the
resistance value of the heater.

The resistance No
value of heater is replace the humidity heater.
abour 360 Ohms?

Yes

Disconnect the sensor board and the main board,


connect pin 12 of J11 on powerboard to VCC power,
and then switch on the controller.

Voltage on B port No
On powerboard of audion Q2 is Check R2, Q2
about 0.7V?

Yes

To sheet 2

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Voltage on control No
On powerboard port of relay S2 is Replace Q2
about 12V?

Yes

Cnnect pin 12 of J11 on powerboard to Gnd power


instead, and then switch on the controller.

Voltage on B port of Yes


On powerboard audion Q2 is about Check R2, Q2
0.7 V?

No

Voltage on control Yes


On powerboard port of relay S2 is Replace Q2
about 12V?

No

Disconnect these connections for testing, and


connect the mainbaord and the sensor box, then
switch on the controller.

To sheet 3

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No
Alarm again? Exit

Yes

Replce the relay S2

No
Alarm again? Exit

Yes

Check the connection between powerboard and


mainboard, or replace the mainboard.

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POWER FAILURE ALARM

The power of the No


controller is ok? Check the power

Yes

No
On DC powerboard The fuse F3 is ok? Replace the fuse F3

Yes

On DC The output voltage on No Check the fuse F1, F2,


powerboard second part of the
and the transfromer
transform is correct?

Yes

On DC The output voltage No Check U2, U3, C2,


powerboard on J1 is correct? C4, C5, C7, C8, C10,
C11, C12

Yes

Cross point of R10, No


On main board R25 is +2.5V? Check R10, R25

Yes

To sheet 2

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Crosspoint of No
On power board R11, R26 is Replace R11, R26
2.53V?

Yes

Crosspoint of No
On power board R24, R27 is Replace R24, R27
2.1V?

Yes

Pins7, 1 of No
On power board U4 is high Replace U4
level?

Yes

No
Pin 6 of U5 is
On power board Replace U5
low level?

Yes

No Check connection between


Pin6 of U11 is
On main board high level? power board and main
board

Yes

Replace main board

FLOW CHART 5.18 POWER FAILURE ALARM (SHEET 2 OF 2)

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SECTION 6
MAIN PARTS LIST AND PARTS NUMBER
6.1 GENERAL
This section provides parts lists for infant incubator. Part numbers of accessories are provided
below:

05

03

04
02

01

FIGURE 6.1 PARTS LOCATION DIAGRAM, THE WHOLE DEVICE ASSEMBLY

TABLE 6.1 REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST FOR WHOLE SPARE PARTS

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

1 VHA Basinet 13.10.000.00

2 Controller 13.07.000.00

3 Hood 13.02.001.01S

4 Base 13.04.008.02S

5 I. V. Pole Groupware 13.11.001.00S

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FIGURE 6.1 PARTS LOCATION DIAGRAM, HOOD ASSEMBLY (SHEET 2-2)

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TABLE 6.2 HOOD ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

1 Hood 13.02.002.00

2 Access panel 13.02.006.00

3 Window touch head 05.02.013.00

4 Latch seat 05.02.015.00

5 Cross groove oval head bolt M3×10 86.44.148.00

6 Bolt cover M3 05.02.046.00

7 Clamp 13.02.008.00

8 Iron scrap 13.02.009.00

9 Spring 13.02.010.00

10 Cross groove oval head bolt M3×14 86.44.150.00

11 Nut M3 86.44.334.00

12 Soft port for I.V. Pole 13.02.011.00

13 Stopper 12.02.046.00

14 B type round pin3×25 86.44.471.00

15 Left gemel for front door 13.02.012.00

16 Cross groove oval head bolt M5×16 86.44.184.00

17 Flat washer 5 86.44.444.00

18 Spring washer 5 86.44.418.00

19 Cross groove oval head bolt M3×12 86.44.149.00

20 Right pad (I) 13.02.013.00

21 Left pad (II) 13.02.014.00

22 Back Left gemel (I) 13.02.015.00

23 Back Left gemel (II) 13.02.018.00

24 Front right gemel (I) 13.02.017.00

25 Front right gemel (II) 13.02.019.00

26 Front left gemel (II) 13.02.020.00

27 Position limit pole 13.02.021.00

28 Cross groove countersunkhead bolt M3×8 86.44.216.00

29 Inner front panel 13.02.022.00

30 Heat insulation board for Inner front panel 13.02.035.00

31 Cross groove head bolt ST2.9×9.5 86.44.268.00

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ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

32 Fix fittings for inner wall 13.02.026.00

33 Special bolt 13.02.034.00

34 Right pad (II) 13.02.043.00

35 Back right gemel (I) 13.02.028.00

36 Back right gemel (II) 13.02.029.00

37 Fastener 13.02.030.00

38 Shield cap 13.02.031.00

39 Door panel sheath 12.02.038.00

40 Shield sheath 13.02.042.00

41 Cross groove head bolt ST2.9×9.5 86.44.256.00

42 Door latch 12.02.040.00

43 Spring (Ⅳ) 12.02.039.00

44 Latch handle 05.02.035.01

45 Spring (I) 05.02.034.00

46 Roller latch sheath 05.02.033.00

47 Latch stopper 05.02.032.00

48 O type seal circleφ12×1.9 86.44.547.00

49 Access door’s cuff 05.02.029.00

50 Rubber seal for window(I) 13.02.032.01

51 Rubber seal for window(II) 13.02.033.02

52 Torsional Spring 05.02.027.00

53 Window’s shaft 05.02.026.00

54 Bolt cover M5 05.02.047.00

55 Moving assembly 05.02.022.00

56 Fixing circle 05.02.023.00

57 Set assembly 05.02.024.00

58 Iris door’s cuff 05.02.025.00

59 Cross groove oblate head bolt 5×16 86.44.290.00

60 Locating bush 13.02.038.00

61 O type seal φ6.3×1.8 86.44.509.00

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TABLE 6.2 HOOD ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (CONTINUE)

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

62 Hexagon nutM5 86.44.338.00

63 Special bolt (II) 13.02.039.00

64 Rotating gasket 13.02.040.00

65 Gemel blank cap 13.02.041.00

66 Lock fastener 05.02.040.01

67 Latch stopper 05.02.043.00

68 Cross groove countersunk bolt 3×25 86.44.212.00

69 Lock supporting block 05.02.042.00

70 Locked base 05.02.044.00

71 Flat washer 3 86.44.440.00

72 Door lock shaft 05.02.041.00

73 Transition pad 13.02.044.00

74 Axle sleeve 05.02.045.00

75 Thread locking agent 86.61.119.00

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FIGURE 6.2 PARTS LOCATION DIAGRAM, BASE ASSEMBLY (SHEET 1-2)

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FIGURE 6.2 PARTS LOCATION DIAGRAM, BASE ASSEMBLY (SHEET 2-2)

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TABLE 6.3 BASE ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

1 Handle 13.04.009.00

2 Cross groove head bolt M5×16 86.44.184.00

3 Spring washer 5 86.44.418.00

4 Flat washer 5 86.44.444.00

5 Inner hexagon column bolt M6×20 86.44.099.00

6 Spring washer 6 86.44.420.00

7 Flat washer 6 86.44.446.00

8 Catheter 13.03.001.00

9 Water reservoir 13.05.001.00S

10 Upper shell A 13.04.011.00

11 Bottom shell 13.04.015.01

12 Air-oxygen seperation controlling device 13.16.007.00S

13 Air filter 13.04.018.00

14 Spring washer 4 86.44.414.00

15 Flat washer 4 86.44.442.00

16 Cross groove head bolt M4×20 86.44.167.00

17 Cover for box 13.04.021.00

18 Flat washer 3 86.44.440.00

19 Spring washer 3 86.44.412.00

20 Cross groove oval head bolt M3×10 86.44.271.00

21 Protection mantle 12.07.024.00

22 Checking board 12.07.084.00S

23 Cover for Protection mantle 12.07.025.00

24 Raster plate 12.07.026.00

25 Notch clamp bolt M3×5 86.44.130.00

26 Cross groove head bolt ST2.9×9.5 86.44.256.00

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TABLE 6.3 BASE ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (CONTINUE)

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

27 Cross groove head bolt M3×10 86.44.148.00

28 Two-Segment Adjustable Wiring stator TS-0607 86.45.018.00

29 Label for warning 13.04.081.00

30 Start-up CBB61-500V-0.27uF±5% 86.51.032.00

31 Fixing pin for capacitor 12.07.048.00

32 Left shaft 13.04.025.00

33 Right tilt machanism 13.04.026.00S

34 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M5×8 86.44.235.00

35 Cross groove head bolt M4×10 86.44.161.00

36 Charles clip CC-3 86.45.005.00

37 Impeller groupware 12.07.077.00S

38 Shell plug 12.05.004.00

39 Sensor connecting wire 13.04.044.00S

40 Cross groove oval head bolt M3×16 86.44.274.00

41 Hex nut M3 86.44.334.00

42 Motor 90YY2 86.60.002.00

43 Fixed circle for motor 13.04.046.01S

44 Cross groove head bolt M4×12 86.44.162.00

45 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M3×20 86.44.211.00

46 Heater group 13.04.047.00S

47 Pad 13.04.053.00

48 Heat insulation board 13.04.071.00

49 Heat dissipation slice 13.04.054.00

50 Cover 13.04.055.00

51 Cover board 13.04.056.00

52 Lock groupware 13.04.090.00S

53 Non-shedding bolt 13.04.072.00

54 O type seal circleφ3.75×1.8 86.44.507.00

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TABLE 6.3 BASE ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (CONTINUE)

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

55 Self-control oxygen inlet groupware 13.16.032.01S

56 Cover groupware 13.04.057.00S

57 Right tilt machanism 13.04.059.00S

58 Cross groove head bolt M5×8 86.44.195.00

59 Left shaft groupware 13.04.064.00S

60 Handwheel 13.04.067.00

61 Cover cap 13.04.069.00

62 Drawer group 13.05.009.00S

63 Seal of humidifier rim 13.04.023.00

64 Press board for seal 13.04.024.00

65 Cross groove oval head bolt M3×6 86.44.158.00

66 Heat dissipation slice label 13.04.079.00

67 Label for high-temp warning 13.04.070.00

68 Air flow sensor 13.07.082.00

69 Earthed lable 12.07.047.00

70 Cross groove head bolt M3×8 86.44.159.00

71 Warning label 12.07.029.00

72 Motor absorbing pad 13.04.073.00

73 Upper shell B 13.04.074.00

74 Handle 13.04.075.00

75 Seal for shell 13.04.076.00

76 Plastic washer 13.07.008.00

77 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M3×8 86.44.216.00

78 Earthed clamp 13.04.082.00

79 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M3×6 86.44.215.00

80 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M4×16 86.44.220.00

81 Connecting column 13.04.083.00

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FIGURE 6.4 PARTS LOCATION DIAGRAM, IV POLE ASSEMBLY

TABLE 6.4 I.V. POLE ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER


1 Flat washer 8 86.44.448.00
2 Spring washer 8 86.44.423.00
3 Inner hexagon colume bolt M8×40 86.44.118.00
4 Seat for the monitor shelf 13.12.012.00
5 Fixing seat 13.11.013.00
6 Support pole for I.V. Pole 13.04.008.00
7 Tray 06.11.005.00
8 Spring washer 6 86.44.420.00
9 Flat washer 6 86.44.446.00
10 Inner hexagon colume bolt M6×20 86.44.099.00
11 I.V.Pole 13.11.001.00S
12 Monitor shelf 13.12.001.00S
13 Inner hexagon colume bolt M5×30 86.44.089.00
14 The support pole for monitoring shelf 13.12.005.00
15 Clamp seat 13.12.009.00
16 Cross groove head bolt M6×16 86.44.201.00
17 Inner hexagon colume bolt M8×35 86.44.116.00

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FIGURE 6.5 PARTS LOCATION DIAGRAM, LIFT STAND

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TABLE 6.5 LIFT STAND REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

1 Left drawer 13.10.042.00S

2 Weight warning lableA 13.10.015.00

3 Outer serrate clamp washer 6 86.44.398.00

4 Inner hexagon bolt M6×25 86.44.100.00

5 Flat washer 6 86.44.445.00

6 Spring washer 5 86.44.418.00

7 Flat washer 5 86.44.444.00

8 Outer serrate clamp washer 5 86.44.397.00

9 Cross groove head bolt M5×12 86.44.180.00

10 Connection board 13.10.016.00

11 Protectin mantle goupware 13.10.017.00

12 Weight warning lable B 13.10.019.00

13 Right drawer 13.10.052.00S

14 Winding frame 13.10.022.00

15 Cross groove head bolt M4×10 86.44.161.00

16 Spring washer 4 86.44.414.00

17 Flat washer 4 86.44.442.00

18 Outer serrate clamp washer 4 86.44.395.00

19 power cable 86.46.013.00

20 Protective bottom shell 13.10.023.00

21 Lift support 13.10.060.00S

22 Spring washer 12 86.44.404.00

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TABLE 6.5 LIFT STAND REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (CONTINUE)

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

23 Flat washer 12 86.44.431.00

24 Flat Axletree wheel 86.52.002.00

25 Inner hexagon bolt M8×25 86.44.112.00

26 Spring washer 8 86.44.422.00

27 Flat washer 8 86.44.447.00

28 Switch rack groupware 13.10.058.00S

29 Hex nut M3 86.44.334.00

30 Spring washer 3 86.44.412.00

31 Blade terminal OT1.5-3 86.55.129.00

32 Earthed label 12.07.047.00

33 Stand 13.10.038.00

34 Adjustable wiring clamp 86.45.032.00

35 Power cable for the controller 86.46.002.00

36 Weight warning lable C 13.10.040.00

37 Flat Axletree wheel with brakes 86.52.006.00

38 Outer serrate clamp washer 8 86.44.399.00

39 Spring washer 6 86.44.419.00

40 Power cable 86.46.012.00

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FIGURE 6.6 PARTS LOCATION DIAGRAM1, CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY

TABLE 6.6 CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST 1

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

1 Middle frame groupware 13.07.037.00S

2 Groupware for indicating frame 13.07.053.00S

3 Electric nameplate 13.07.032.00

4 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M3×8 86.44.216.00

5 Sensor box 13.07.059.01S

6 RS232 label 13.07.036.00

7 Earthed label 12.07.047.00

8 Skin sensor 13.07.088.00

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FIGURE 6.7 PARTS LOCATION DIAGRAM 2, CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY

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TABLE 6.7 CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST 2

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

1 Shell 13.07.001.00

2 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M3×8 86.44.216.00

3 Groupware for power socket 13.07.052.00S

4 Earthed label 12.07.047.00

5 Flat washer 3 86.44.440.00

6 Spring washer 3 86.44.412.00

7 Cross groove head bolt M3×6 86.44.158.00

8 Wiring terminal 86.55.145.00

9 Hex nut M3 86.44.334.00

10 Label for switch 13.07.002.00

11 Power module 13.07.044.00S

12 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M3×5 86.44.214.00

13 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M3×4 86.44.519.00

14 Ferrite 86.60.082.00

15 Groupware for power socket 12.07.089.00S

16 Groupware for power switch 13.07.051.00S

17 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M3×16 86.44.210.00

18 Fan cover 13.07.037.00

19 Fan cushion 13.07.038.00

20 Axial-flow fan groupware 13.07.043.00S

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FIGURE 6.5 PARTS LOCATION DIAGRAM 3, CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY

TABLE 6.5 CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST 3

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

1 Groupware for front panel 13.07.010.00

2 LCD protectibve board 13.07.011.00

3 Main board 13.07.058.00

4 Front panel 13.07.014.00

5 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M3×8 86.44.216.00

6 Hexagon Isolated Roller S6×16 13.07.016.00

7 Nut cover 13.07.006.00

8 Cross groove pan head bolt M3×10 86.44.148.00

9 Hex bolt M3 86.44.334.00

10 Spring washer 3 86.44.412.00

11 Flat washer 3 86.44.440.00

12 LCD indication board 86.58.051.00

13 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M3×10 86.44.207.00

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FIGURE 6.6 PARTS LOCATION DIAGRAM 4, CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY

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TABLE 6.6 CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST 4

ITEM No. DESCRIPTION PART NUMBER

1 Bottom shell for sensor 13.07.024.00

2 Top shell for sensor 13.07.025.00

3 Socket for skin sensor 2 13.07.065.00S

4 Label for sensor box 13.07.021.00

5 Screw stopper 13.07.027.00

6 Cross groove countersunk head bolt M3×8 86.44.216.00

7 Sensor cover board 13.07.026.00

8 Cross groove head bolt M3×18 86.44.152.00

9 Label for skin temperature 13.07.019.00

10 Socket for skin sensor 1 13.07.066.00S

11 Position limit switch 13.07.068.00S

12 Groupware for prepositive board of sensor 13.07.062.00S

13 LED reflector shell 13.07.028.00

14 Groupware for sensor board 13.07.060.00

15 Wire clip 6P- 4 86.45.002.00

16 Wiring for sensor 13.07.061.00S

17 Socket for baby scale 13.07.067.00S

18 Label for baby scale 13.07.030.00

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SECTION 7
DIAGRAMS
7.1 GENERAL
The section provides schematic and wiring diagrams for Infant Incubator and circuit diagrams,
connection diagram for temperature controller boards.

S:Power switch for controller G:Internal battery GP17R8H Ni-MH8.4V/170mAh


X1:Powr input socket for controller F:DC12V axial-flow fan
X2,X4:Wiring terminal T:Transformer R20
A1:Power board A2: Main board
A3: DC power board

WIRING DIAGRAM OF TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER

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D

XZ3 S1
X1

SB1~SB4: Jiggle switch


F2 F1 XZ8-1 XZ9

CT: Power supplying plug


XZ6 1 3 XZ7
2 1 2 4
3 XZ4 XZ5

1
1

F3: 800mAL/250V type T fuse


XZ1

XZ2
2 2

XZ1
XZ4

XZ5
XZ2
F3
XZ8-1 XZ8-2 XZ10

1
T
XZ9 XZ11

D1

7-2
D2

XZ33
XZ33 XZ14 XZ20

M: Lift motor
XZ12 XZ22
1 2 1 2
XZ16

XZ29
XZ17
XZ13 XZ19 XZ23

X1,X2,X3: Socket
S1: Power switch
3 3 3 3
XZ17 XZ23
XZ12 1 4 XZ18
XZ13 XZ19
XZ16
XZ15 XZ14 XZ20 XZ18 XZ21
2 1 2 1
XZ15 4 1 XZ21 XZ22
SB1 SB2 SB3 SB4

WIRING DIAGRAM OF LIFT STAND


1 1 1 1

XZ24 XZ25
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X3 XZ28 XZ29 X2 XZ32

2(N)
2(N)

1(L)
1(L)
XZ30
XZ31

3
3
XZ26 XZ27 XZ24 XZ25 M

T: Transformer
XZ26 XZ27

L G N

CT

F1, F2: 6.3AH/250V type F fuse

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K1: Temperature control K2: Temperature control switch K3: Minor switch Z15G1305 (Applied
switch KSD-II-85 KSD-II-85 for reservior location detecting)
P1~P4:φ6.3retagular plug M:Motor for controller Start-up capacitance:0.27μ/400V
J1:Plug MC100-50806 J2:Plug MC420-35010
J5:Plug YT-005-4( To Motor) J6:Plug YT-005-2( To Steamer) J7:Plug YT-005-3( To O2 Sensor )
J8:Plug YT-005-5(To J10,J10’:Plug socket J3,J3’:Plug socket JD28050-6P,
humidifier ) JD28050-3P, JD28050-3R JD28050-6R

INCUBATOR WIRE CONNECTING DIAGRAM

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DC POWER BOARD ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM 1

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DC POWER BOARD ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM 2

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DC POWER BOARD PARTS LIST

No. SYMBOL NAME AND SPECIFICATION QUANTITY

1 C1~C5,C12 Capacitor 0805-0.1uF±20% 6

2 C6~C8 Capacitor CD11-25V-470uF±20% 3

3 C9~C11 Capacitor CD11-16V-2200uF±20% 3

4 B1,B2 Rectification bridge GBU10005 2

5 U1,U2 Integrated circuit MC7805CT 2

6 U3 Integrated circuit MC7812CT 1

7 Radiator GHSI-45 3

8 F1,F2,F3 Seat for fuse 520101 3

9 F1 Fuse T1AL/250V 1

10 F2 Fuse T800mAL/250V 1

11 F3 Fuse T160mAL/250V 1

12 T1 Transformer R20 1

13 J1 Socket XY4-6S 1

14 J2,J4 Socket XY4-3S 1

15 J3 Socket XY4-4S 1

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Va MC7805CT VLCD+
1 3
Vin +5V
C1 C6 C9 C3
104 470uF 2200uF 104

GND
2
U2
B1 Va MC7805CT VCC
F1
3 1 1 3
AC + Vin +5V
T1A/250V C2 C7 C10 C4
4 2 104 470uF 2200uF 104
GND
AC -
GBU10005
2

J3
TRANSFORMER 4
3
PRI. SEC. 2 U3
1 MC7812CT
B2 +12
F2
4PIN 3 1 1 3
AC + IN OUT
TRANS-OUT

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T800mA/250V C12 C8 C11 C5


4 2 104 Comment: 470uF 2200uF 104
2

AC -
GBU10005

J4 J2
3 3
2 2
F3
1 1
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3PIN 3PIN

ELEMENTS DIAGRAM FOR DC POWER BOARD


TRANS-IN
J1
1
+12
2
VCC
3
VLCD+
4
5
6

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POWER BOARD ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM 1

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POWER BOARD PARTS LIST

No. SYMBOL NAME AND SPECIFICATION QUANTITY


1 R1~R3,R6,R7,R9,R35~R38, R43 Resistor 0805-1KΩ±5% 11
2 R4 Resistor 0805-1KΩ±1% 1
3 R5 Resistor 0805-2KΩ±5% 1
4 R8,R12,R13,R18 Resistor 0805-10KΩ±5% 4
5 R10,R25,R26 Resistor 0805-2KΩ±1% 3
6 R11 Resistor 0805-7.5KΩ±1% 1
7 R14 Resistor 0805-9.1KΩ±1% 1
8 R15,R41 Resistor 0805-100KΩ±1% 2
9 R16 Resistor 0805-33KΩ±1% 1
10 R17 Resistor 0805-18KΩ±1% 1
11 R19 Resistor 0805-100Ω±5% 1
12 R20~R23, R44 Resistor 0805-10KΩ±5% 5
13 R24 Resistor 0805-3KΩ±1% 1
14 R27 Resistor 0805-2.2KΩ±1% 1
15 R28 Resistor 0805-10KΩ±1% 1
16 R29~R34 Resistor 0805-200Ω±5% 6
17 R39 Resistor 0805-510Ω±5% 1
18 R40 Resistor 0805-30KΩ±1% 1
19 R42 Resistor 0805-499KΩ±5% 1
20 VR1 Potentiometer 3296-100Ω 1
21 C1~C3,C10 Capacitor SMD-25V-150uF±20% 4
22 C4,C5,C14,C15,C18,C24,C25,C33 Capacitor 0805-0.1uF±20% 8
23 C6~C9,C11,C32 Capacitor 0805-0.01uF±20% 6
24 C19,C20 Capacitor 0805-2200pF±20% 2
25 C21,C22,C23 Capacitor CA45B-10uF±20% 3
26 C28~C31 Capacitor CA45A-25V-1uF±20% 4
27 C34 Capacitor 1210-25V-10uF±20% 1
28 D1~D7 Diode SM4007-D0214 7
29 D8 Diode HZ5.6BP 1
30 D10 Diode 1N5339B 1
31 D11 Diode HZ11B1 1
32 Q1~Q5,Q10,Q11 Diode MMBT3904LT1 7

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POWER BOARD PARTS LIST (Continue)

No. SYMBOL NAME AND SPECIFICATION QUANTITY


33 Q6 Diode MMBT3906LT1 1
34 Q7 Diode 2SD667 1
35 U1,U2 Integrated circuit MC7805BDTG 2
36 U3,U4,U9,U15 Integrated circuit LM358D 4
37 U5 Integrated circuit SN74AHCT00D 1
38 U8 Integrated circuit 4N35 1
39 U10,U11 Integrated circuit K1010 2
40 U12 Integrated circuit MAX232CSE 1
41 U13 Integrated circuit KP1020 1
42 U14 Integrated circuit MAX489CSD 1
43 U16 Integrated circuit SN74LVC1G3157DBVR 1
44 J1 Socket ME040-50803 1
45 J2 Socket XY2.5-3S 1
46 J3 Socket XY4-3S 1
47 J4 Socket XY2.5-2S 1
48 J5 Socket XY4-2S 1
49 J6 Socket XY2.5-4S 1
50 J7 Socket ME040-50802 1
51 J8 Socket XY4-6S 1
52 J9 Socket ME040-50806 1
53 J10 Buzzer EFM230 1
54 J11 Socket DC-2-26S 1
55 J12 Socket ME040-35010 1
56 J13,J14 Socket DD09SZG 2
57 T1,T2 Inductor TVA1421-01 2
58 DC2 DC-DC F0505S-1W 1
59 K1 Solid relay JW1aFSN-DC12V 1
60 S1,S2 Solid relay CX240D5 2
61 F1,F2 Fuse F 6.3AH/250V 2
62 F3,F4 Fuse 1812L050-C 2

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VCC
C18
R20 J8
+12 10K 6PIN
0.1uF heater_state
U9A To DC Powerboard
3 D4
R7

1
2
3
4
5
6
1 Q10
2 1K 8050
+12
1N4007 J11
VCC
AC POWER INPUT LM358 C21 WENB 1
R22 VLCD+
AC-N 10uF RENB 2
F1
J1 10K TOTXD2 3
3 C19 TORXD2 4
T6.3A
2 AC-L T1OUT 5
F2 J7
1 R1IN 6
2200pF Q3 D5 U2 MC7805BDTG +5 7
T6.3A R3 F3
3PIN power switch ctr_relay 1 3 8
K1A +12 IN OUT
1K C1 C10 ctr_bell 9
PTC 500mA GND C4 D10
J3 8050 1N4002 150uF 150uF ctr_bat 10
1 D6 0.1uF 1N5339B ctr_ssr 11
+12

4
2 ctr_hum 12
bat+
3 U5A ctr_o2 13
JW1aFSN 1N4002 +5 14
3PIN D3 1 15
3 motor_pulse 16
AC POWER OUTPUT Q1 U1 MC7805BDTG +5A R15 2 water_state 17
For DC Powerbaord 1N4007 R1 ctr_ssr 1 3 fan_state 18
+12 IN OUT 100K SN74AHC00D
1K C2 C3 heater_state 19
+12 GND
S1 8050 150uF 150uF humheater_state 20
2 3 power_state 21
~ +

4
T1 1 4 D1 tank_state 22
~ - 1N4007
J9 23
INDUCTOR2 VCC
RP1A40D5 24
1
1-4 Heater 25
2 +12 +5
K1B S2 Q2 C5 26
3 R2 +5A
2-5 Steamer 2 3 ctr_hum
4 ~ + D2 +5 26PIN
JW1aFSN 1 4 1K
5 ~ - 1N4007 0.1uF
3-6 Motor T2 8050 VCC +12 +5
6 U4A
RP1A40D5 To Mainboard
INDUCTOR2 tvb 3
VCC R10 R11 R24
CON6 1
R21 2K 7.5K 3K tvc 2 U5B
10K tva tvb tvc 5 J5
humheater_state LM358 6 power_state 2
U9B R25 R26 R27 U4B VLCD+
4 1
5 D7 2K 2K 2.2K tva 5
7 R9 Q11 7 2PIN
J10 6 8050 tvc 6 SN74AHCT00
1K
6 1N4007 For LCD power
5 R29 LM358 LM358
C22
4 R23
200 10uF +12
3 Q4

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2
R6 10K C23 U8 VCC
2 ctr_bell C20 C6
+5 10uF3 1 ctr_o2 R5 1 6
1 1K anode base 0.01uF
R39 VR1 2K 2 5 Q7
8050 U3A cathode collector
510 2200pF J2 100 3 4 2SD667 R41 sen_airflow 1 J12
6PIN/empty n.c. emitter
3 3 2
C7 VCC
2 1 U5C 4N35 1M 3
Bell 0.01uF
1 2 motor signal 4
VCC 9 U15B 5
3PIN +12 LM358 8 fan_state 5 6
U3B 10 water_state 7 water 7
R14 R16 5 6 oxygen valve 8
9.1K 33K 7 SN74AHC00D 9
6 LM358 tank_state R43 10
VCC DC2 +5D
1 7 VCC +5 C33 1K
VIN Vout+ R4 R17 LM358 R45 R42 R44 10PIN
cool fan VCC
R34 1K 18K 1M 499K C34 10K C8 C9 C11
200 C14 C15 0.1uF 10uF 0.01uF 0.01uF 0.01uF
2 5 C28 U12 C29 +5D
GND Vout- D8 0.1uF 0.1uF
1uF 1 2
HZ5.6BP C1+ VDD VCC VCC
H0505S-1W 3 16
C1- VCC 1uF C24
4
C2+ 0.1uF J4
C31 5 +5D F4
C2-
U10 1uF

ELEMENTS DIAGRAM FOR POWER BOARD


SERVICE MANUAL FOR YP-2000 INCUBATOR

11 14 PTC 500mA
T1IN T1OUT +12 BATTERY
10 7
R31 T2IN T2OUT
TORXD2
+5D J6 J13
200 12 13
R35 K1010 R1OUT R1IN battery switch R1IN 1
9 8
VCC R2OUT R2IN Q6 bat_voltage 6
1K C30 8550
R36 15 6 bat+ T1OUT 2
R30 +5D GND VEE R18 R8 ctr_relay 7
VCC U11 1K 10K 3
200 MAX232CSE 1uF J14 R19 10K +12
R40 8
1
100 30K 4
TOTXD2 U14 +5D C25 6 +12
1 14 2 bat_voltage 9
K1010 NC VCC ctr_bat R12 Q5 sen_airflow 5
2 13 7
R37 RO NC 0.1uF 10K 8050 D11 R28
3 12 A 3
R32 +5D /RE A R13 HZ11B1 10K C32 DB9
U13A 1K 4 11 B 8
VCC DE B 10K 0.01uF
200 5 10 Z 4
DI Z
6 9 Y 9 To Sensorboard
GND Y
WENB 7 8 5
GND NC
KP1020 MAX489CSD DB9
R38
R33 +5D
U13B 1K U6 +5D RS 232 interface
VCC
200 3 5
B1VCC
1
B2
RENB 4
A
6 2
KP1020 S GND
SN74LVC1G3157

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MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM 1

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MAIN BOARD ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM 2

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MAIN BOARD PARTS LIST

No. SYMBOL NAME AND SPECIFICATION QUANTITY


R2~R5,R7,R8,R21,R22,
1 Resistor 0805-1KΩ±5% 14
R24~R29
2 R1,R6,R9~R13,R18 Resistor 0805-10KΩ±5% 8

3 R19,R30~R32 Resistor 0805-10KΩ±5% 4

4 R14 Resistor 0805-5.6KΩ±5% 1

5 R20,R23 Resistor 0805-200Ω±5% 2

6 R15,R16 Resistor 0805-180Ω±5% 2

7 R17 Potentiometer 3296-500Ω 1

8 C21,C36~C38,C40~C42 Capacitor 0805-0.01uF±20% 7

9 C1~C6,C10,C12~C15 Capacitor 0805-0.1uF±20% 11

10 C17~C20,C22~C27 Capacitor 0805-0.1uF±20% 10

11 C32,C33 Capacitor SMD-25V-150uF±20% 2

12 C16 Capacitor 0805-1500PF±20% 1

13 C7,C8 Capacitor 0805-15PF±20% 2

14 C34,C35 Capacitor 0805-22PF±20% 2

15 C28~C31 Capacitor CA45A-25V-1uF±20% 4

16 C9 Capacitor CA45B-16V-10uF±20% 1

17 C11 Capacitor CD11-25V-10uF±20% 1

18 C39 Capacitor CD11-16V-470uF±20% 1

19 U22 Integrated circuit TPS3824-50 1

20 U18,U19 Integrated circuit SN74LVC1G3157DBVR 2

21 U12 Integrated circuit SN74AHCT00D 1

22 U4 Integrated circuit SN74AHCT04D 1

23 U20 Integrated circuit AT89C51ED2-U 1

24 U7 Integrated circuit DS1230Y-100 1

25 U8,U9 Integrated circuit SN74AHCT574DW 2

26 U3 Integrated circuit SN74AHCT273DW 1

27 U17 Integrated circuit MAX232CSE 1

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MAIN BOARD PARTS LIST (Continue)

No. SYMBOL NAME AND SPECIFICATION QUANTITY

28 U10 Integrated circuit MC34063AP1 1

29 U23 Integrated circuit DS12C887 1

30 U13 Integrated circuit RA8835P3N 1

31 U14 Integrated circuit CY62256LL-70SNC 1

32 U21 Integrated circuit SN74AHCT373DW 1

33 U11,U16 Integrated circuit SN74LS244 2

34 U5,U6 Integrated circuit SN74AHCT139D 2

35 U1,U2 Integrated circuit SN74AHCT32D 2

36 U26,U27 Integrated circuit K1010 2

37 JZ1 Crystal oscillator HC-49/S-SMD-11.0592MHz 1

38 JZ2 Crystal oscillator HC-49/S-SMD-10.000MHz 1

39 L1 Winding inductance 100uH 1

40 L2~L7 Indsuctance 1210-22uH±20% 6

41 D1 Diode 1N5817 1

42 H1 LED-φ5-G/Y 1

43 H2 LED-φ5-G 1

44 H3 LED-φ5-Y 1

45 H4~H5 LED-φ5-R 2

46 TDK1 Inverter CXA-L10A 1

47 J3 Single row DPCZ-60T 6

48 J2 Socket XY4-2S 1

49 J1 Socket DC-2-26S(WS) 1

50 UZ1(U20) integrated circuit socket PLC-44 1

51 UZ2(U23) integrated circuit socket IC-24J 1

52 UZ3(U7) integrated circuit socket IC-28J 1

53 JP1 Socket 5597-12APB 1

54 J4 Socket SM03-BHS-1-TB 1

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U12A
/VCE 1 U12B
C9 3 4
R6 2 6 RAM3CS
+5
10K 5
10uF SN74AHCT00
VA15 SN74AHCT00

10
9
C7 J4
U12C SMO3-BHS-1-TB(JST)
SN74AHCT00

/WR
/RD
/RES
/VCE
/VWR
VA0
VA1
VA2
VA3
VA4
VA5
VA6
VA7

1
1
2
15pF
JZ2

54
53
52
51
50
49
48
47
46
45
44
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
C15 C8 XTAL U13

2
U14
+5
10 11 VD0

XG
RD
NC
NC
VA5

WR
8
A0 D0

RES
VA0
VA1
VA2
VA3
VA4
VA5
VA6
VA7

VRD
VCE
0.1uF 15pF

VWR
35 VA8 9 12 VD1

SEL1
SEL2
VA14
3
4
5

VA8 A1 D1
55 34 VA9 VA7 8 13 VD2
XD VA9 A2 D2
D7 CS8 56 33 VA10 VA13 7 15 VD3
D7 CS VA10 A3 D3
D6 A8 57 32 VA11 VA12 6 16 VD4

13
12
D6 A0 VA11 A4 D4
D5 +5 58 31 VA12 5 17 VD5 TDK1
OUT1
OUT2

VA11
OGND

D5 VDD VA12 A5 D5 U12D


D4 D0 59 30 VA13 VA10 4 18 VD6 CXA-L10A
D4 D0 VA13 A6 D6 SN74AHCT00
D3 D1 60 VA9 3 19 VD7
VCC
GND

D3 D1 A7 D7
D2 29 VA1 25 28
D2 NC A8 VCC VCC
D1 D2 1 28 VA14 VA2 24
1
2

D1 D2 VA14 A9
D0 D3 2 27 VA15 VA4 21 14
D0 D3 VA15 A10 GND
A8 D4 3 26 VD0 VA3 23
A8 D4 VD0 A11
CS8 D5 4 25 VD1 VA8 2 27 /VWR
CS8 D5 VD1 A12 WE
11

/RD D6 5 24 VD2 VA0 26 22 C39


/RD D6 VD2 A13 OE
/WR VA6 1 20 RAM2CS
/WR A14 CE

D7
XD3
XD2
XD1
XD0
XECL
XSCL
VSS
LP
WF
YDIS
YD
YSCL
VD7
VD6
VD5
VD4
VD3
HM62256 470uF
SED1335F

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
U15
2
1

VA5 10 11 VD0
A0 D0

7-17
9 12 VD1

D7
XD3
XD2
XD1
XD0
CP
GND
LP
DOFF
FLM
VD7
VD6
VD5
VD4
VD3
VA14 A1 D1
VA7 8 13 VD2 From powerboard
A2 D2
VA13 7 15 VD3 J2
A3 D3
VA12 6 16 VD4 2PIN
A4 D4
5 17 VD5

GND
VCC
XD3
XD2
XD1
XD0
DOFF
CP
LP
FLM
+20 VA11 A5 D5
VCC VA10 4 18 VD6
A6 D6
VA9 3 19 VD7
A7 D7
VA1 25 28
C12 C13 C14 A8 VCC VCC
VA2 24

9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
A9

12
11
10
0.1uF 0.1uF 0.1uF VA4 21 14
A10 GND
LCD Driver VA3 23
A11
JP1 VA8 2 27 /VWR
A12 WE
5597-12APB(MOLEX ) VA0 26 22 RAM3CS
A13 OE
VA6 1 20
L1 A14 CE

ELEMENTS DIAGRAM 1 FOR MAIN BOARD


SERVICE MANUAL FOR YP-2000 INCUBATOR

VCC
100uH HM62256
R15
180
R14
5.6K U10
5 8 D1
CMPR DRVC
7 1
IPK SWC +20V
+20
2 3
SWE CT 1N5817 C11
10uF
MC34063AP1(8)

C16
R16
R17 180
500 1500pF
H2
led_set R4
1K
LED
U4A H1
U3 led_batchg R2
D0 3 2 ctr_ssr 1 2 ctr_bell 1K
D1 Q1
D1 4 5 ctr_bat
D2 Q2 R3
D2 7 6 C2 led_batfull
D3 Q3
D3 8 9 ctr_hum 1K D7
D4 Q4 SN74AHC04+5
U4B LED2 D7
U1A U1B D4 13 12 ctr_o2 D6
D5 Q5 0.1uF D6
CS1 1 CS3 4 D5 14 15 H4 D5
D6 Q6 R7 D5
3 CLK1 6 CLK2 D6 17 16 led_pwr 3 4 led_alm D4
D7 Q7 D4
/WR 2 /WR 5 D7 18 19 1K D3
D8 Q8 LED D3
D2
SN74AHCT32 SN74AHCT32 D2
C1 CLK1 11 C10 SN74AHC04 H5 D1
CLK R8 D1
/rst 1 led_pwr D0
+5 CLR +5 D0
U1C U1D 1K A8
0.1uF 0.1uF LED A8
CS2 9 CS5 12 SN74AHC273DW CS8
CS8
8 CLK3 11 CLK4 H3 /RD
R5 /RD
/WR 10 /WR 13 C18 led_37 /WR
/WR
VCC 1K
SN74AHCT32 SN74AHCT32 LED
U8 0.1uF
C3 U2A U2B 1
OC
CS6 1 CS7 4 CLK2 11 VCC +5A
+5 CLK
3 G1 6 G2 +5A
0.1uF /RD 2 /RD 5 D0 2 19 led_batchg C20
1D 1Q R20 R21
D1 3 18 led_batfull C30
SN74AHCT32 SN74AHCT32 2D 2Q 1K C29
D2 4 17 led_set 200 U26 1uF
3D 3Q 0.1uF
D3 5 16 led_37 1uF U17 J1
4D 4Q
C4 D4 6 15 2 6 WENB 1
5D 5Q VS+ VS-
D5 7 14 TXD1 C28 C31 RENB 2
+5 6D 6Q
D6 8 13 1uF 1 4 1uF TOTXD2 3
0.1uF 7D 7Q K1010 C1+ C2+
C17 D7 9 12 3 5 TORXD2 4
8D 8Q C1- C2-
U5A U5B 11 14 T1OUT 5
VCC T1IN T1OUT
A14 2 4 A12 14 12 CS1 SN74HCT574DW U27 10 7 R1IN 6
A Y0 A Y0 0.1uF T2IN T2OUT
A15 3 5 A13 13 11 CS2 U7 12 13 7
B Y1 B Y1 R1OUT R1IN
6 10 CS3 A0 10 11 D0 C19 9 8 8
Y2 Y2 A0 D0 R2OUT R2IN
1 7 15 9 CS4 A1 9 12 D1 RXD1 ctr_bell 9
G Y3 G Y3 A1 D1 VCC
A2 8 13 D2 MAX232 ctr_bat 10
A2 D2 0.1uF R22 K1010 R23
SN74LS139A SN74LS139A A3 7 15 D3 U9 ctr_ssr 11
A3 D3 1K 200
A4 6 16 D4 1 ctr_hum 12
A4 D4 OC
U6A A5 5 17 D5 CLK3 11 ctr_o2 13
A5 D5 CLK
C5 A10 2 4 CS5 A6 4 18 D6 14
A Y0 A6 D6
A11 3 5 CS6 A7 3 19 D7 D0 2 19 VCC +5A 15
+5 B Y1 A7 D7 1D 1Q
6 CS7 A8 25 28 D1 3 18 motor_pulse 16
0.1uF Y2 A8 VCC VCC 2D 2Q
1 7 CS8 A9 24 D2 4 17 water_state 17
G Y3 A9 3D 3Q
A10 21 D3 5 16 fan_state 18
A10 4D 4Q

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SN74LS139A A11 23 D4 6 15 heater_state 19
A11 5D 5Q
A12 2 27 /WR D5 7 14 key_out1 humheater_state 20
A12 WE 6D 6Q
A13 26 22 /RD D6 8 13 key_out2 power_state 21
A13 OE 7D 7Q
U18 VCC U19 VCC A14 1 20 A15 D7 9 12 key_out3 tank_state 22
A14 CE 8D 8Q
TXD1 3 5 RXD1 3 5 C6 +5 VCC 23
B1VCC B1VCC VCC
TXD2 1 RXD2 1 DS1230Y-100 SN74HCT574DW 24
B2 B2 C24 +5
TXD 4 C22 RXD 4 C32 C33 25
A A 0.1uF 0.1uF +5
S0 6 2 0.1uFS0 6 2 C25 150uF 150uF 26
S GND S GND +5A
U11A U11B
VCC 26PIN
SN74LVC1G3157 SN74LVC1G3157 1 G1 19
0.1uF G G
U21 D0 18 9 TOTXD2
Y1 Y1
D0 3 2 A0 D1 16 2 heater_state TXD2 11 7 RXD2
D0 Q0 Y2 A1 A1 Y2
D1 4 5 A1 D2 14 4 fan_state TORXD2 13 5 WENB From Powerboard
D1 Q1 Y3 A2 A2 Y3
C23 D2 7 6 A2 D3 12 6 power_state 15 3 RENB
D2 Q2 Y4 A3 A3 Y4
D3 8 9 A3 8 water_state 17
+5 D3 Q3 A4 A4
D4 13 12 A4
0.1uF D4 Q4
U20 D5 14 15 A5 SN74LS244 SN74LS244
D5 Q5
+5 D0 43 2 S0 D6 17 16 A6
R1 P0.0/AD0 P1.0 D6 Q6
wdi D1 42 3 D7 18 19 A7 U16A
+5 P0.1/AD1 P1.1 D7 Q7
10K D2 41 4 1 G2
R9 P0.2/AD2 P1.2 G
D3 40 5 1 D0 18
P0.3/AD3 P1.3 OE Y1

4
10K D4 39 6 ALE 11 D1 16 2 humheater_state

ELEMENTS DIAGRAM 2 FOR MAIN BOARD


P0.4/AD4 P1.4 LE Y2 A1
SERVICE MANUAL FOR YP-2000 INCUBATOR

2 1 /rst D5 38 7 D2 14 4 tank_state
GND RST P0.5/AD5 P1.5 Y3 A2 R24
D6 37 8 SN74AHC373 D3 12 6 key_out1 L2 KC1 KR1
C21 P0.6/AD6 P1.6 Y4 A3
D7 36 9 wdi C26 VCC 8 22uH 1K J3
0.01uF 5 P0.7/AD7 P1.7 A4 R25
3 rst C27 key_out2 L3 KC2 KR2 1

WDI
VDD RST
RTC_INT 15 24 A8 SN74LS244 22uH 1K 2
R10 P3.3/INT1 P2.0/A8 0.1uF VCC
+5 U22 14 25 A9 U23 U16B key_out3 L4 KC3 R26 KR3 3
10K P3.2/INT0 P2.1/A9
TPS3824-50 26 A10 1 24 19 G2 0.1uF 22uH 1K 4
P2.2/A10 MOT VCC G L5
17 27 A11 23 D4 9 KC4 R27 KR4 5
+5 P3.5/T1 P2.3/A11 SQW Y1
C34 motor_pulse 16 28 A12 D5 7 11 key_in1 22uH 1K 6
P3.4/T0 P2.4/A12 Y2 A1 L6
+5 29 A13 D0 4 D6 5 13 key_in2 KC5 R28 KR5
P2.5/A13 AD0 Y3 A2
35 30 A14 D1 5 D7 3 15 key_in3 22uH 1K 6PIN
EA/VP P2.6/A14 AD1 Y4 A3 L7

2
22pF 31 A15 D2 6 19 RTC_INT 17 KC6 R29 KR6
JZ1 P2.7/A15 AD2 IRQ A4
21 D3 7 18 /rst 22uH 1K Keyboard
XTAL1 AD3 RST
C35 11.0592M 20 D4 8 17 /RD SN74LS244
XTAL2 AD4 DS

1
D5 9 KR1 KR2 KR3 KR4 KR5 KR6
AD5
rst 10 11 RXD D6 10 15 /WR
22pF RST P3.0/RXD AD6 R/W R12 R13 R18 R19 R30 R31 R32
13 TXD D7 11 14 ALE
P3.1/TXD AD7 AS 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K 10K
/RD 19 33 ALE 12 13 CS4
P3.7/RD ALE/P GND CS
/WR 18 32
P3.6/WR PSEN VCC
DS12C887
AT89C51ED2-P44 R11 VCC KC1 KC2 KC3 KC4 KC5 KC6
10K
C36 C37 C38 C40 C41 C42

+5

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SENSOR BOARD ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM 2

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SENSOR BOARD PARTS LIST

No. SYMBOL NAME AND SPECIFICATION QUANTITY

1 R3,R4,R6 Resistor 0805-1KΩ±1% 3

2 R1,R5,R41,R48,R43,R44 Resistor 0805-1KΩ±5% 6

3 R12 Resistor 0805-9.1KΩ±1% 1

R2,R15~R17,R20,
4 Resistor 0805-10KΩ±5% 7
R21,R24

5 R25,R36~R40 Resistor 0805-10KΩ±5% 6

6 R14 Resistor 0805-18KΩ±1% 1

7 R13 Resistor 0805-33kΩ±1% 1

8 R7,R42,R45 Resistor 0805-200Ω±5% 3

9 R27,R32~R35 Resistor 0805-499KΩ±5‰ 5

10 R50,R51 Resistor 0805-100Ω±1% 2

11 R8~R11,R18,R19 Resistor 0805-20KΩ±1‰ 6

12 R22,R23,R26,R46 Resistor 0805-20KΩ±1‰ 4

13 R28~R31 Resistor 0805-13KΩ±5‰ 4

14 R47 Resistor 0805-30KΩ±1‰ 1

15 R49 Resistor 0805-510Ω±5% 1

16 VR1 Potentiometer 3296-100Ω 1

17 C16,C17 Capacitor 0805-10PF±20% 2

18 C1~C4,C5~C12,C40,C43 Capacitor 0805-0.01uF±20% 14

19 C18~C27,C32~C34 Capacitor 0805-0.1uF±20% 13

20 C44,C45,C47~C49 Capacitor 0805-0.1uF±20% 5

21 C35 Capacitor 1206-1uF±20% 1

22 C28~C31 Capacitor 0805-0.1uF±20% 5

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SENSOR BOARD PARTS LIST (Continue)

No. SYMBOL NAME AND SPECIFICATION QUANTITY

23 C13~C15,C36 Capacitor CA45B-16V-10uF±20% 4

24 C41,C42 Capacitor 0805-22PF±20% 2

25 C37~C39,C46 Capacitor SMD-25V-150uF±20% 4

26 U10 Integrated circuit SN74AHCT74D 1

27 U11,U15 Integrated circuit TLC277CD 2

28 U4 Integrated circuit TLV2548CDW 1

29 U5 Integrated circuit MSC1210Y5 1

30 U6 Integrated circuit MAX232CSE 1

31 U1,U16 Integrated circuit LM358D 2

32 U8,U13 Integrated circuit MC7805BDTG 2

33 U2,U3 Integrated circuit TPS3824-50 2

34 U17 Integrated circuit TLV2544CD 1

35 U9 Integrated circuit AT89C4051 1

36 U12,U14 Integrated circuit K1010 2

37 U17 Integrated circuit SN74AHC08D 1

38 Q1~Q3 Triode MMBT3904LT1 3

39 JZ1,JZ2 Crystal oscillator HC-49/S-SMD-11.0592MHz 2

40 LS1 Buzzer TMB12A05 1

41 S1 Plucking switch A6S-4101 1

42 H1 LED RL-803ARC30-0 1

43 F1,F2 Fuse 1812L050-C 2

44 J1 Strip needle with round hole RCD-40P 1

45 J8 Socket ATY1.25-6S 1

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SENSOR BOARD PARTS LIST (Continue)

No. SYMBOL NAME AND SPECIFICATION QUANTITY

46 J3 Socket ATY1.25-2S 1

47 J6 Socket XY2.5-4S 1

48 J4,J5,J7 Socket ATY1.25-4S 3

49 J2 Socket XY2.5-10S 1

50 JP1 Single row header DPCZ-60T 1

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THE PREPOSITIVE SENSOR BOARD ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM

THE PREPOSITIVE SENSOR BOARD PARTS LIST

No. SYMBOL NAME AND SPECIFICATION QUANTITY

1 J2,J3 Thermistor 14A3002-C3 2

2 J4 Humidity sensor HIH-4000-003 1

3 J5 Socket FD-10P 1

4 R1 Resistor RJ-0.25-68Ω±1% 1

J1 J4 J2 J3
smallfan
2
1

1
2
3

2
1

2
1

+12
+5B +5C +5B
sen_hum

sen_duli
smallfan

+5B
+5C
+12
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

J5

ELEMENTS DIAGRAM FOR THE PREPOSITIVE SENSOR BOARD


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1. Oxygen sensor 2. Connecting wire for oxygen sensor 3. Connecting wire for Baby scale sendor

SENSOR WIRE-CONNECTING DIAGRAM

7-25
+5B

J1 R37 R38 R39 R40


10 +5B 10K 10K 10K 10K
+12
9

1
8 S1
+5C R27 VR1
7 C18 SW_HUM 5 4 H1 +5B
+5B C1 499K 100 R7
6 2 SW_O2 6 3
0.01uF R1 +5B
5 ch_hum SW_O2CTR 7 2 200
4 1K 0.1uF SW_WEIGHT 8 1
3 ch_isolated C13 U1A LED

ADC1CS
SCLK1
SDI1
SDO1
TXD2
RXD2
CSTAR1

3
2 smallfan 10uF 3 A6S-4101
1 ch_air 1 coolfan_st1 LAMP_ALM R5 Q1
2 1K J3 8050
10PIN R8 C2 R11 C4 SW_BOX 2
20K 0.01uF 20K 0.01uF R12 R6 LM2903 1
To Prepositive sensor board 9.1K 1K C19 R36
10K 2PIN
+5B Q2
over_alarm R41

64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
50
49
+5B U1B 0.1uF C16 1K 8050
5 +5B
7 coolfan_st2

1
R13 R14 6 10pF
33K 18K JZ1 +5B +5B

DVdd
DGND
J4 LM2903 +5B C17 XTAL 1 48
XOUT EA

2
P1.0/T2
4 2 47 coolfan_st1
XIN P0.6/AD6 R17
3 +5B RXD1 3 46 coolfan_st2 J7

P0.0/AD0
P0.1/AD1
P0.2/AD2
P0.3/AD3
P0.4/AD4
P0.5/AD5
+5B R2 10pF P3.0/RxD0 P0.7/AD7 10K
2 TXD1 4 45 JP1 1

P1.3/TxD1
P1.2/RxD1
P1.1/T2EX
R50 10K P3.1/TxD0 ALE +5B +5B
1 ch_skin1 ADC1INT 5 44 PSEN 2 2
P3.2/INT0 PSEN/OSCCLK/MDOCLK
6 43 1 TXD1 3

P1.4/INT2/SS
100 P3.3/INT1/TONE/PWM P2.7/A15 +5B
4PIN R9 C3 7 42 RXD1 4
0.01uF P3.4/T0 DVdd C23
20K 8 41 2PIN
P3.5/T1 DGND

P1.6/INT4/MISO
P1.5/INT3/MOSI

4
0.1uF

P1.7/INT5/SCLK
Skin 1 sensor C21 9 40 PSEL 4PIN
+5B P3.6/WR P2.6/A14
2 1 10 39
+5B GND RST C22 P3.7/RD P2.5/A13
11 U5 38 serial port
0.1uF C20 0.1uF DVdd P2.4/A12
U4 12 MSC1210 37
C14 C5 DGND P2.3/A11
SDO1 1 20 ADC1CS 0.1uF 5 3 13 36

WDI
SDO CS 10uF 0.01uF VDD RST RST P2.2/A10
J5 SDI1 2 19 14 35
SDI REFP R15 DVdd P2.1/A09
4 SCLK1 3 18 +5B U2 15 34 +5B C24
SCLK REFM +5B
10K DVdd P2.0/A08
3 ADC1INT 4 17 TPS3824-50 16 33
+5B EOC/(INT) FS +5B NC NC
2 5 16 C30
R51 +5B VCC PWDN C29 0.1uF
1 ch_air 6 15 U6 1uF
A0 GND
100 ch_skin1 7 14 CSTAR1 +5B 1uF 2 6
R10 C8 A1 CSTAR VS+ VS-
4PIN ch_skin2 8 13 ADC_CHECK C28 C31
20K 0.01uF A2 A7
bat_voltage 9 12 ch_O2_1 1uF 1 4 1uF
A3 A6 C10 R18 R19 C1+ C2+
Skin 2 sensor ch_hum 10 11 ch_airflow 3 5
A4 A5 C1- C2-

NC
0.01uF 20K 20K TXD1 11 14 R1IN

AIN0
AIN1
AIN2
AIN3
AIN4
AIN5
T1IN T1OUT

AVdd

AGND
AGND
TLV2548 10 7
T2IN T2OUT

REF IN-
REF IN+

17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
R26

AINCOM
RXD1 12 13 T1OUT
REF OUT
20K C12 R1OUT R1IN
+5B 9 8

AIN6/EXTD
AIN7/EXTA
R2OUT R2IN

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C44 0.01uF
MAX232
R32 C40 +5B R3 R4
J6 499K 0.01uF U11A 0.1uF 1K 1K
R28 +5B
4 3 +5B +5C C35
C25 C36
3 13K 1 ch_O2_1
2 R29 2 0.1uF 10uF +12 U8 MC7805BDTG +5B J2
R42 R43 F1
1 13K 1uF +5B 1 3 R1IN 1
1K IN OUT
TLC277 200 U12 C37 C39 T1OUT 2
315mA C26 GND
4PIN R34 T2IN 150uF 150uF 3
0.1uF +12
499K 4
4

O2 Sensors C6 TXD2 ch_airflow 5

1
2
3
4
5
6

bat_voltage 6
K1010 J8 relay_ctr 7
0.01uF scaler 8
C45 U14 +12 U13 MC7805BDTG +5C 9
F2
R2OUT 1 3 10
R33 C43 +5C IN OUT
315mA C46 C38
499K 0.01uF U15A 0.1uF RXD2 C47 150uF GND 150uF 10PIN
R30 3 0.1uF

SENSOR BOARD PRINCIPLE DIAGRAM


R44 K1010 R45
4

13K 1 ch_O2_2 +5C To powerboard of controller


R31 2 1K 200
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13K
TLC277 R46 ch_isolated 3
20K +5C
+5B +5C 1 over_alarm
R35 2
499K
C7 R47 LM358 LS1 TMB12A05
30K C48 R48 Q3
clear 1K 8080
+5C

4
0.01uF +5C R21 R49
C32 2 1 R20 10K U16B 0.1uF 510
GND RST
10K 5
+5C C33 C34 +5C 7
U7 0.1uF 0.1uF 5 3 R16 6

WDI
C15 C9 VDD RST
SDO2 1 16 ADC2CS 10K
SDO /CS 10uF 0.01uF 0.1uF
SDI2 2 15 +5C U3 LM358
SDI REFP
SCLK2 3 14 TPS3824-50 U9 U17A
SCLK REFM
ADC2INT 4 13 C41 1 20 U10A 1
EOC/(-INT) FS +5C RST VCC
5 12 T2IN 2 19 4 3 relay_ctr
+5C VCC /PWDN RXD P1.7 +5C PRE
ch_isolated 6 11 R2OUT 3 18 3 5 2
A0 GND TXD P1.6 CLK Q

2
7 10 CSTART2 22pF 4 17 2 6
A1 /CSTAR JZ2 XTAL2 P1.5 D Q SN74AHC08D
ch_O2_2 8 9 5 16 CSTART2 clear 1
A2 A3 XTAL XTAL1 P1.4 CLR
C42 ADC2INT 6 15 ADC2CS C49
/INT0 P1.3
TLV2544 R22 R23 C11 1 7
/INT1 P1.2
14 SDO2
R24
SN74LS74A
+5C
20K 20K 0.01uF 8 13 SDI2 C27
22pF T0 P1.1 +5C 0.1uF
9 12 SCLK2 10K
T1 P1.0 +5C
10 11
GND P3.7 R25 0.1uF
+5C
AT89C4051 10K

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