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  1. 1. Trainer guideline Infusomat fmSincl. Infusomat P and Infusomat fmPermitted to use by technical Trainers onlyVersion 1.3_gb
  2. 2. Used documents Preparation• Instructions for use Software IFME/IFMe• Service Manual Version: 2.1 English 2
  3. 3. Used abbreviations• TGL = Trainer guideline• IFU = Instructions for use• PT = Participant• mpl = motor power limitation• Tx = Torx x-size screwdriver• MSC = Multi Socket Connector• CAN = Controlled Area Network• RTC = Real Time Clock• SM = Service Manual• TSC = Technical Safety Check• PPT = Power Point• HiBaSeD = History, Barcode, Service, Drug list• PCB = Printed Circuit Board• KVO = keep vein open 3
  4. 4. Overview Seminar workflow• „Preparation“• „Introduction“• B. Braun Presentation• Quality assurance• General Info‘s/risks of CI• System Overview• Service manual• Disassembly• Assembly• Service program and calibration• Checking• Current changing• Documentation and certifying 4
  5. 5. 1.3 Checklist Special-/Calib. tools Preparation Disassembly/Assembly • Cross tip screwdriver Pozidrive Gr.0 • Cross tip screwdriver Pozidrive Gr.1 • Cross tip screwdriver Pozidrive Gr.2 • Slot head screwdriver small • Screwdriver Torx 10 • Tweezers (with special coating) • ESD Kit • Wrist line • Box spanner 7 mm and 10 mm • Allen key 2,5 mm, 3 mm • Plastic hammer 5
  6. 6. 1.3 Checklist Spezial-/Calib. tools PreparationDisposables• Tubing systems 1x Original Infusomat Line 1x Intrafix Air P• Others 1x Injekt Syringe 1 ml 1x Discofix 3 stopcock 6
  7. 7. 1.3 Checklist Spezial-/Calib. tools PreparationCalibration, Checking, Others• (MFC) Interface line 8711661 only for Software updating• Service plug (MFC) 34501215• 4mm gauge 7701527• Pressure adjustment device 7705018• Pin punch 1,8mm 7701446• Pin Punch 6 mm 7701454• (Flat tool) 7701462• Special socket spanner M 18 7701497• Manometer 0 -4 bar 7701357• OIL test infusion line 7701500 Test equipment case Inf. fm (complete) 7701527 Electrical safety tester 7
  8. 8. 6. System Overview 6.1 The view 6.2 Dimensions 6.3 Device and accessory 6.4 The Infusomat fmS 6.5 Powering on and handling 6.6 Start of Infusion 6.7 Additional settings 6.8 Special functions 6.9 Settings inside Service program 6.10 Alarms 6.11 Software versions 8
  9. 9. 6.1 The view System overview Infusomat fmS 9
  10. 10. 6.2 Dimensions System overview H = 240 mm weight: app. 3,1 kg m 0m 20 T= B =140 mm 10
  11. 11. 6.3 Device and accessories System overviewIncluding in delivery:• Device• Mains cable• Drip sensor• Instruction for use• Pole clamp• Final inspection certificate and current TSC checklist 11
  12. 12. 6.3 Device and attachment System overview Universal clamp (Pole Clamp) Developed for fixing stand alone pumps to infusions- poles and wall rail systems. 3 different versions available I.f.u. Pole Clamp Rotation mechanism for horizontal and vertical adaptation of the pumps 12
  13. 13. 6.3 Device and accessories System overview Integrated power supply •Mains voltage: 230V ~/50-60 Hz/0,06A or 100V/110V/120V ~/50/60 Hz/0,12A •Voltage: 12V DC/1A •Insulated construction 13
  14. 14. 6.3 Device and accessories System overviewDrip sensorShort stand withholder for Dripchamber(optional) 14
  15. 15. 6.3 Device and assessories System overviewThe drip sensor•Drip chamber Adapter replaceable depending on drip chamber size•Infrared light pulse with about 1 A current•Pulse frequency 1000 Hz•Wide angle optic•Shielding for a better EMC protection (see production stamp) 15
  16. 16. 6.3 Device and accessories System overview Light pulses 10µs 1ms 1,0 A Receiving window Frequency = 1kHz 16
  17. 17. 6.3 Device and accessories System overviewOriginal Infusion line• Is going to be replaced by Space Line (DC 2000)• 2 filter inside tubing system. Bacteria leak proof venting filter, 15 µm particle filter inside the drip chamber• Diverse type see IFU page 19• 20 drops equals approx. 1 ml 17
  18. 18. 6.4 The Infusomat® fmS System overview6.4.1 Back6.4.2 Bottom side6.4.3 The Front6.4.4 The upper housing 18
  19. 19. 6.4.1 The back The Infusomat® fmS Service sealHolder for short stand andcable guiding for drip sensorDrip sensor connectorMains connector withT 0,16 A fusePotential equalizationbolt 19
  20. 20. 6.4.1 The back Der Infusomat® fmS Adaptation for Pole clamp MFC connector (12V, staff call, PC, Fm system 2. generation) Infrared interface (FM system 1. generation) 12 V connector stabilized (FM system 1. generation) 20
  21. 21. 6.4.1 The back The Infusomat® fmSMFC =Multi Functions Connector 21
  22. 22. 6.4.1 The back The Infusomat® fmS 22
  23. 23. 6.4.2 The Bottom side The Infusomat® fmSUnit feed withrubber elements Battery cover 23
  24. 24. 6.4.2 The Bottom side The Infusomat® fmSBatterycompartmentwith NiCd Battery7,2V 1,2Ah.delivered incl.cover. 24
  25. 25. 6.4.3 The Front (closed) The Infusomat® fmS Handle Door opener LCD Display Key padAlarm- and operating indicator LED 25
  26. 26. 6.4.3 The Front (key pad) The Infusomat® fmS Soft keys On/off keyNumerickey pad Alarm ton mute key (2 min) Start/Stop Clear key Alarm LEDOperating LED Decimal key 26
  27. 27. 6.4.3 The Front (inside) The Infusomat® fmSHandle with upper Peristaltic pump unit with tube fixation membraneUpper line fixation Counter piece for Space line pump door locking Pump door Door locking unit Door locking bolts Anti Freeflow- clamp Pressure sensorLower tube fixation Ultrasonic air detector 27
  28. 28. 6.4.3 The Front (inside) The Infusomat® fmS Anti Freeflow clamp 28
  29. 29. 6.4.3 The Front (inside) The Infusomat® fmS Ultrasonic AirsensorTechnical sensitivity: Air bubble detection > 0,01 mlSingle bubble: 0,01 – 0,3 ml default 0,3 mlAmount of air: 0,5 – 3,5 ml/h cumulated default 1,5 ml 29
  30. 30. Air Alarm Single Bubble Alarm Air Rate Alarm (1 h range)Alarm value 1.5 ml (var. 0.5-3.5 ml)(Standard)Alarm value 0.3 ml (var. 0.01-0,3 ml)(Standard) next page 30
  31. 31. Air Sensor Value Infusomat fm494 mVWater Value Only use the current Values from the TSI182 mV List!!Alarm Value 91 mVAir Value Tube Bubble next page 31
  32. 32. Air Sensor Value Infusomat fm S481 mVWater Value Only use the current Values from the TSI182 mV List!!Alarm Value 78 mVAir Value Tube Bubble next page 32
  33. 33. Air Sensor Value Infusomat P/ Vista455 mVWater Value Only use the current Values from the TSI130 mV List!!Alarm Value 65 mVAir Value Tube Bubble next page 33
  34. 34. Infusomat fm/S/P – Air Trap SignalTransmitter 39 V 1 µs Receiver Alarm Threshold 5 µs 20 µs next page 34
  35. 35. Infusomat fm/S/P – Test ValueTransmitterReceiver Alarm Threshold Measuring Test Value Measuring Test Value Value Value 35
  36. 36. 6.4.4 The upper housing The Infusomat® fmS Handle Short instruction 36
  37. 37. 6.5 Powering on and handling System overviewDisplay when tapping On/Off key for a short timewithout mains connection•Display light dimmed•Software version•Current battery capacity•Ward identification (when used)•Date/time flashing (from Software IFM E)•## = History- Function (from Software IFME)•Mains connection symbol:•Battery symbol•Service mode Symbol (with Service plug):  flashing 37
  38. 38. 6.5 Powering on and handling System overviewDisplay with mains connection and switched off• Akku Symbol (in Abhängigkeit):• Mains connection symbol:• Service mode Symbol (with Service plug):  flashing• Operating time• Battery capacity• Software version• ## = History- Function (from Software IFM E) 38
  39. 39. 6.5 Powering on and handling System overview Displayed things without with mains mains/off Display light dimmed yes yes Battery symbol yes depends Mains connection symbol: no yes Date/time (from Software IFM E) yes yes ## = History- Function (from Software IFM E) yes yes Ward identification (when used) yes yes Current battery capacity yes yes Operating time yes yesor [ Software version Service mode Symbol (with Service plug):  flashing yes yes yes yes 39
  40. 40. 6.5 Powering on and handling System overview After switching device on the following self test must be correctly passed through:Optical Acoustic000,0 beep beep beep888,8 and display of all symbols and LEDs000,0 40
  41. 41. 6.6 Start of Infusion System overview• Prepare infusion system and prime• Insert Infusomat line according IFU and close door• Open roller clamp (no free flow should occur)• Place drip sensor at drip chamber• Set delivery rate• Start Infusion by pressing Start/Stop key 41
  42. 42. 6.6 Start of Infusion System overview 42
  43. 43. 6.7 Additional settings System overview6.7.1 Online delivery rate setting6.7.2 Volume preselection6.7.3 Time preselection6.7.4 Rate calculation6.7.5 KOR mode (keep-open-rate)6.7.6 Status request 43
  44. 44. 6.7.1 Online Delivery rate setting Additional settings 44
  45. 45. 6.7.2 Volume pre-selection Additional settings 45
  46. 46. 6.7.3 Time pre-selection Additional settings 46
  47. 47. 6.7.4 Rate calculation Additional settings 47
  48. 48. 6.7.5 KOR-Mode Additional settings 48
  49. 49. 6.7.6 Status request Additional settings 49
  50. 50. 6.8 Special functions System overviewSpecial functions can be activated or deactivated in serviceprogram.All special functions are available when the service plug isconnected. 50
  51. 51. 6.8 Special function System overview6.8.1 Bolus function6.8.2 Standby / Pause6.8.3 Drug display6.8.4 Occlusion pressure6.8.5 Switch off drip control6.8.6 Check battery capacity6.8.7 Data lock6.8.8 Loudness control6.8.9 Contrast6.8.10 Date / Time6.8.11 Dosage calculation6.8.12 Piggyback6.8.13 History6.8.14 Double rate entry 51
  52. 52. 6.8.1 Bolus function Special functions Bolus function is available as follows: •Bolus with volume pre-selection •Bolus without volume pre-selection (on demand) •Interval bolus All bolus functions are also available in dosage calculation mode. 52
  53. 53. 6.8.1 Bolus function Special functions 53
  54. 54. 6.8.1 Bolus Special functionsWith volume pre-selection: 54
  55. 55. 6.8.1 Bolus Special functionsWithout volume pre-selection: 55
  56. 56. 6.8.1 Interval bolus Special functions 56
  57. 57. 6.8.2 Standby / Pause Special functions 57
  58. 58. 6.8.3 Drug display Special functions 58
  59. 59. 6.8.4 Occlusion pressure Special functionsAlarm reacting time in subject to the delivery rate and the chosen pressure stage 59
  60. 60. 6.8.5 Switch off drip control Special functionsAttention: please take care of the caution hint in the IFU!(page 10) 60
  61. 61. 6.8.6 Check battery capacity Special functions 61
  62. 62. 6.8.7 Data lock Special functions . . 62
  63. 63. 6.8.8 Loudness control Special functionsThis function is only available in devices withthe Software version IFM E xxxxx. 63
  64. 64. 6.8.9 Contrast Special functionsInside this function there is the opportunity to adaptthe contrast of the display via „-“ or „+“ key to theoptimal readability! 64
  65. 65. 6.8.10 Set Date/time Special functionsDate and time setting is only be used in correlation with theHistory-Function 65
  66. 66. 6.8.11 Dosage calculation Special functionsPlease find a completeinformation about dosagecalculation on page 10 – 11in the Instructions for use.Dosage calculation is acomfortable arithmeticoperation, which helps theuser to calculate a deliveryrate form differentparameters (rule of three) 66
  67. 67. 6.8.12 Piggyback Special functionsA complete information about the Piggyback-Functionsee IFU page 12 67
  68. 68. 6.8.13 History Special functionsHistory FunctionIn connection with the software „IFME“ the Infusomat fmSis equipped with a history function (memory of events). Thispermanent memory records the last 350 events time- anddate related:- Set delivery rate- Changes of the rate- Switching on/off- Start/Stop of infusion- Remote Control- Operating and device alarmsProtocol display (see IFU page 8) via terminal program 68
  69. 69. 6.8.14 Double Rate entry Additional settings• The function double entry is a safety function. It is intended to minimize the danger of entry error:• A delivery rate must be typed in twice in order to really set it. Only when the entries are identical it will be possible to start the infusion. 69
  70. 70. 6.9 Settings inside Service program System overviewOverview (Details later on during practice session)Settings as follows can be set in service mode only (see also SM starting page 3-6):- Max. delivery rate- Air alarm- Staff call- Alarm ton- Dianet address- Activate and deactivate of special functions- User- and Service language 70
  71. 71. 6.10 Alarms system overview6.10.1 Operating alarmsOperating alarms can be mute for 2 minutes. When the userremedy the failure, a restart of the therapy is possible!6.10.2 Device alarmsDevice alarms can‘t be mute. An audible alarm soundspermanently. Infusion will be stopped (patient safe state). 71
  72. 72. 6.10.1 Operating alarms System overviewFollowing alarms (IFU Page 13) will be displayed as text together withan optical and audible signal:•Drip alarm•Pressure alarm•Air alarm•End of Standby time•Battery pre alarm (30 min) -> battery end alarm•KOR Alarm•Pump door open•Invalid rate•Reminder alarm 72
  73. 73. 6.10.1 Alarm (pressure alarm) System overviewPressure inside the infusion system will be measured by amechanical pressure sensor system. This system moves a metal coreinside a coil. Graphic pressure alarm principleA change in inductivity will create an electronic signal which willbe changed in a digital information. During calibration of thepressure sensor limiting values will be measured and stored.In infusion mode there is a continuous monitoring and comparisonof rated value and current value. In case of deviation pressurealarm will be given. 73
  74. 74. 6.10.2 Device alarms System overviewDevice alarms can‘t be mute. An audible alarm sounds permanently.Infusion will be stopped (patient safe state).„Device alarm“ will be displayed in the LCD display. A numeric error codewill also be displayed.The error code of the Function processor 80c535 will be displayed in theupper area of the display (7-Segment-Display).The error code of the Control processor 68HC11 will be displayed in thelower area of the displays (text area).For an efficient troubleshooting you need both error codes!(SM page 2-3ff) 74
  75. 75. 6.11 Software Versions System overview Supplied and released software versions Infusomat fmS:Version Art. from SN Date Kind of ModificationIFM C 02002 5177 17.11.1998 -IFM C 02003 22756 05.05.2000 -IFM E 03002 3450645B 34298 19.04.2001 New Hardware/Dianet StarIFM e 02002IFM E 03004 3450645C 41923 27.11.2001 Dianet Star, changed doseIFM e 02004 calculationIFM E 03005 3450645D 63136 01.07.2003 Dianet StarIFM e 02005 cyclic battery testIFM E 03006 3450645E 69846 12.02.2004 Dianet Star, Cut downIFM e 02006 sequence optimized 75
  76. 76. 6.11 Software Versions System overview Supplied and released software versions Infusomat fm:Version from SN Date Kind of Modification (approx.)IFM A 00002 1559 01.03.1993 -IFM A 00003 5379 04.01.1994 -IFM B 00001 25176 19.03.1996 Self test, run controlIFM B 00002 45446 04.02.1998 Dianet Star 76
  77. 77. 6.11 Software Versions System overview Supplied and released software versions Infusomat P:Version Art. from SN Date Kind of ModificationIFP C 02001 1 blockedIFP C 02002 695 07.12.1998IFP E 13001 5506 05.05.2000 New Hardware/Dianet Star changing max. delivery rate toIFP E 13002 3450645B 5704 999,9 ml/h, Hardw. changingIFP e 02002IFP E 13003 3450646C 7217 22.01.2002IFP e 02003IFP E 13004 3450646D 23844 09.08.2004 Changing of battery testIFP e 02004 77
  78. 78. 7. Service Manual 7.1 Overview 7.2 How to handle 7.3 Change control 78
  79. 79. 7.1 Overview Service ManualChapter Content0 Important information on this manual, general info1 System overview2 Software3 Service program4 Unit elements5 Checks after repair6 Maintenance7 Technical safety check (TSC)8 Procedural Instructions for inspection9 Test equipment and special tools10 Spare parts listA Appendix 79
  80. 80. 7.2 How to handle Service ManualPlease find spare part numbers in chapter 4 „unit elements“together with the corresponding repair instruction.Please find also the complete spare parts list in chapter 10.The checklist „Checks after repair“ is separated in 4 parts (seechapter 5).Depending on the work carried out, the relevant check blocks haveto be used. 80
  81. 81. 7.3 Change control Service Manual A database is in schedule to realize change control and technical information in the future. Trained technicians will receive access to this database. Technical information will become available for download. 81
  82. 82. 8. Disassembly 8.1 Required tools 8.2 The procedure 82
  83. 83. 8.2 The procedure (overview) Disassembly Disassembly lesson is separated into steps as follows: (Service on closed device open the housing elements inside) 8.2.1 Demo/part A - Opening the housing - Disassembly of Controller board - Disassembly of back incl. power supply, MFC and other connectors 8.2.2 Demo/part B - Disassembly of Front - Disassembly of the pump unit - Disassembly of door unit 83
  84. 84. 8.2.1 Demo/Part A DisassemblyOpening of housing• Disassembly of battery• Loosing of 4 screws and one screw at the back. Spread housing at the lower end a little to remove itDisassembly of Controller board• Loosen connectors to the PCB (attention: zero force connector!!)  Compatibility-Table (SM page 4-5 ff)• Loosen plastic punch clip 84
  85. 85. 8.2.1 Demo/Part B Disassembly Disassembly of the Front • Spreader • Air sensor, Reed sensor • Front panel (complete exchange is recommended) Disassembly of pump unit • Disassembly of pump motor always before pump unit!! • Pressure sensor disassembly (caution of screw) Disassembly of door unit • Door lock • Rubber cable pre formed (position and connector) • Operating unit (LCD, etc.) • Hinge pin 85
  86. 86. 9. Assembly 9.1 Caution 9.2 Typical faults 86
  87. 87. 9.1 Caution Assembly 9.1.1 Cable routing 9.1.2 Tips 9.1.3 Special plastic screw 9.1.4 Handling of pressure sensor and pump unit 87
  88. 88. 9.1.1 Cable routing Caution 88
  89. 89. 9.1.1 Cable routing Caution • Motor cable routing see photo left • Cable should have no contact to the gear 89
  90. 90. 9.1.2 Tips Caution Cable red Cable blue 90
  91. 91. 9.1.2 Tips (PCB position) Caution Insert PCB in the last possible guiding slot (inner position) upright mounting 91
  92. 92. 9.1.3 Special screws Caution 92
  93. 93. 9.1.4 Pressure sensor and pump unit CautionAfter exchange of pressure sensor unit a calibration is obligatory. When exchanging the pump unit all user specific settings are lost.• With a new pump unit all user specific settings has to be entered again (see SM 4-12ff)..• Before removing the pump unit always remove the motor.• Mount pressure sensor PCB not with pre stressing of pressure sensor Basic setting of pressure sensor PCB has always to be carried out. 93
  94. 94. 9.1.4 Pressure sensor and pump unit CautionAdjusting screw formechanical pressure cut off Never loosen this screw !! 94
  95. 95. 9.1.4 Pressure sensor and pump unit Caution Adjustment screw for basic setting of pressure sensor by using the 4mm template. 95
  96. 96. 9.2 Typical Fault(s) Caution• It is impossible to turn on device. Reason: Rubber flex cable Front -> Controller board• etc. 96
  97. 97. 10. Service Program and Calibration 10.1 General 10.2 With service plug 10.3 Service Program (structure, opportunities) 10.4 Preparing calibration 97
  98. 98. 10.1 General Service Prog./Calib.• The service program is part of the device software• Interface to the service program is the keypad of the pump• Service program is only available when using the service plug (last point in special functions).• All calibration and changes will become effective after data backup 98
  99. 99. 10.2 With service plug Service Prog./Calib.Expanded functions with plugged in servicePlug:• Display **• Acoustic alarm is inactive• Operating alarms are mute• Additional display of the battery capacity (0Min/32Min)• Target/actual comparison display alternating• Pressure state mechanical is accessible• The service program is accessible• Expanded alarm displayWith plugged in service plug it‘s forbidden to run the device at the patient! 99
  100. 100. 10.3 Service Program Service Prog./Calib. Structure of service program is described in service manual. (see chapter 3-1 ff.) The Service program consists of the following groups: • Group 100 Unit data • Group 200 History data • Group 300 Test • Group 400 Unit modification • Group 500 Calibration 100
  101. 101. 10.3 Service Programm Service Prog./Calib.Demo with exercise of the service program• Fct 300 Air sensor test – air-/water value Fct 520 Air sensor – value entry (182 mV)• Fct 310 pressure sensor – here only valuation („basic setting“ + adjustment off pressure sensor SM 4-13) Fct 540 Occlusion level – value entry! 101
  102. 102. 10.3 Service Programm Service Prog./Calib.Demo with exercise of the service programFct 310 Pressure sensor – two different adjustment devices are available: a. for Inf. fm and fmS and b. for Inf. P (also valid for Inf. fm + Inf. fmS) 102
  103. 103. 10.3 Service Programm Service Prog./Calib.Main settings that only can be modified inside the service program:- Alarm tone (Fct 420)- Staff call (Fct 430)- Activating/deactivating of special functions (Fct 440)- Availability of menu on user interface (Fct 450) (double rate entry, Online rate entry, Interval bolus)- Max. delivery rate (Fct 460)- Alarm threshold for air alarm (Fct 470)- Operating alarms can be displayed (Fct 230) 103
  104. 104. 10.4 Preparing Calibration Service Prog./Calib.• Performing of calibration (SM – page 3-9, and 4-12ff)• To perform a calibration of the delivery rate a special calibration line has to be used• For the calibration of the pressure sensor it is a must to use the pressure adjustment device 104
  105. 105. 11. Checking 11.1 Checking after repair 11.2 Preparing the TSC 11.3 Maintenance 105
  106. 106. 11.1 Checking after repair Checking• See Service Manual chapter 5• The checklist „Checks after repair“ is separated into 4 parts. Depending on the work carried out, the relevant check parts have to be performed. 106
  107. 107. 11.2 Preparing the TSI Checking• Be aware of the checklist TSI chapter 7 and the „Procedural Instructions for Inspection“ chapter 8 inside service manual.• The delivery accuracy check is carried out with a measure cylinder or a weight measurement (scale).• The occlusion pressure check is carried out with a manomenter or an electronically measuring system.• The respectively valid calibration value for the air detector out of the TSI form has to be set at the device/-type. (Infusomat fm/fmS at present = 182 mV) 107
  108. 108. 11.3 Maintenance CheckingMaintenance is recommended every 2 years.Please find a list with all necessary actions in the SM chapter 6.Carry out the listed points in addition to the technical safety inspection. 108
  109. 109. 12. Current changing Change over of customers to Spaceline Order No.: 8707879 for DC 2000 clip/adapter 109
  110. 110. 13. Documentation and Certification •Summary •open questions •Handing out certificates and service seals to the participants 110
  111. 111. Thank you very much for your attention! 111
  112. 112. Peristaltic Pumps 112
  113. 113. The Seal‘s Meaning• Only use the Seal for B. Braun-Devices• The Seal number is exceptional for your Personal use (related on your name) and not transferable• The Seal number are only allowed to stick on Devices which you have been trained on (normally by a B|BRAUN certified Technical Trainer)• A virgin Seal upon the Device says that after your sealing, there weren‘s anyone who‘s opened it 113
  114. 114. The Handling of the Seal• After quitting the job as a Service engineer, please send us (Technical Training Dept.) an information about it and destroy your remaining seals• In the moment you are receiving a new seal number all probably existing older seal numbers on your name are invalid. Those older numbers are going to be deleted at B|Braun• Eventually remaining invalid seals have to be destroyed by yourself• If you change your employer, please order a new seal number (We need your new companies complete address)• Please order your seals like you order your spare parts (when ordering, please write your seal number as clear as possible) 114
  115. 115. Pressure alarm Principle Coil Tube BearingP-Cover Tube Expands Door nose Force transmitter 115
  116. 116. Software IFMe02003, IFM03003IFMe02003, IFME03003:Correction of Dianet StarOnly IFME03003:Correction History•protocols delivered Volume•new event: normal mode/piggy modeFor Updates use only later Software ! 116
  117. 117. Software IFMe02004, IFME03004•New language „Hungarian“ in language group E•Special function dose calculation changed:•When changing concentration, weight and dose rate is cleared automatically•Correction of Dianet Star 117
  118. 118. Software IFMe02005, IFME03005• Cyclical battery test• Holding/clearing of the last dose calculation values when powering off, selectable in service program 118
  119. 119. Software IFMe02006, IFME03006•Power off sequence of service program is optimized 119
  120. 120. Air Bubbles 1 ml ~ a length of aprox. 14 cm in the PVC-tube with 0.1 ml Bubble  no alarm with 0.4 ml Bubble  alarm occurs Infusomat Alarm Point: between 0.24 and 0.36 ml at a alarm setting from 0.3 ml (single bubble) 120
  121. 121. Staff Call off on off Operation Switch On alarm Test for example On empty bottle Opt. Alarm On Switch On Test 2 min OnAudible Alarm On switch on pulse, Staff Call optional ETI Static Alarmwithout off-alarm Run ETI 1 sec Dynamic Alarmwithout off-alarm Run ETI 1 sec 1 sec Dynamic Alarm with off-alarm Run 121
  122. 122. Changed Pressure Sensor threshold, electronic measuring Pressure sensor OIL Space Line Threshold low 0,25…0,65 bar 0,21…0,61 bar medium 0,55…0,95 bar 0,48…0,88 bar high 0,90…1,30 bar 0,83…1,23 bar mechanical max 1,35…1,76 bar 1,30…1,70 bar min > 0,95 bar > 0,83 bar The new Pressure Sensor threshold are valid by using an electronically Measuring Instrument. By using a mechanically Measuring Instrument, the Values are expected to be found up to 100 mbar lower. 122
  123. 123. Typical measuring mistakesReading mistake: Tube is hanging Measuring flask is down in the closed!!¯ lowest point the solution: should be read! ¯smaller delivering- ¯finish too early! rate! 123
  124. 124. Correct Measuring Installation! OK!! 124