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About this Manual

P/N: 01.54.109399-11
Release Date: November 2011
Copyright EDAN INSTRUMENTS, INC. 2008-2011. All rights reserved.

Statement
This manual will help you understand the operation and maintenance of the product better. It is
reminded that the product shall be used strictly complying with this manual. Users operation
failing to comply with this manual may result in malfunction or accident for which EDAN
INSTRUMENTS, INC. (hereinafter called EDAN) can not be held liable.
EDAN owns the copyrights of this manual. Without prior written consent of EDAN, any
materials contained in this manual shall not be photocopied, reproduced or translated into other
languages.
Materials protected by the copyright law, including but not limited to confidential information
such as technical information and patent information are contained in this manual, the user shall
not disclose such information to any irrelevant third party.
The user shall understand that nothing in this manual grants him, expressly or implicitly, any
right or license to use any of the intellectual properties of EDAN.
EDAN holds the rights to modify, update, and ultimately explain this manual.

Responsibility of the Manufacturer


EDAN only considers itself responsible for any effect on safety, reliability and performance of
the equipment if:
Assembly operations, extensions, re-adjustments, modifications or repairs are carried out by
persons authorized by EDAN, and
The electrical installation of the relevant room complies with national standards, and
The instrument is used in accordance with the instructions for use.
Upon request, EDAN may provide, with compensation, necessary circuit diagrams, and other
information to help qualified technician to maintain and repair some parts, which EDAN may
define as user serviceable.

Terms Used in this Manual


This guide is designed to give key concepts on safety precautions.
WARNING:
A WARNING label advises against certain actions or situations that could result in personal
injury or death.
CAUTION:
A CAUTION label advises against actions or situations that could damage equipment, produce
inaccurate data, or invalidate a procedure.
NOTE:
A NOTE provides useful information regarding a function or a procedure.

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Warranty and Service................................................................................................. 1
1.1 Standard Service................................................................................................................. 1
1.2 Limitation of Warranty ...................................................................................................... 1
1.3 Service Procedure............................................................................................................... 1
1.4 Contact Information ........................................................................................................... 3
Chapter 2 Installation and Safety................................................................................................ 4
2.1 Environment Requirements................................................................................................ 4
2.2 Electrical Requirements ..................................................................................................... 5
2.3 Safety Requirements .......................................................................................................... 5
2.4 Installing the Monitor......................................................................................................... 6
2.4.1 Install the Monitor on a Flat Surface........................................................................ 6
2.4.2 Mount the Monitor on Wall ..................................................................................... 6
2.4.3 Install the Monitor on Pole Clamp ........................................................................... 6
2.4.4 Install the Monitor on Trolley .................................................................................. 6
Chapter 3 Test and Maintenance................................................................................................. 7
3.1 Routine Test ....................................................................................................................... 7
3.1.1 Visual Inspection...................................................................................................... 7
3.1.2 Power- on Test ......................................................................................................... 7
3.1.3 Key Test ................................................................................................................... 7
3.1.4 Recording Test ......................................................................................................... 7
3.1.5 Alarm Test................................................................................................................ 8
3.2 Performance Test ............................................................................................................... 8
3.2.1 SpO2 Performance Test ............................................................................................ 8
3.2.2 NIBP Performance Test ........................................................................................... 8
3.2.3 NIBP Leakage Test .................................................................................................. 8
3.2.4 NIBP Calibration...................................................................................................... 9
3.2.5 TEMP Performance Test........................................................................................ 10
3.3 Safety Test........................................................................................................................ 10
3.3.1 Safety Test Procedures........................................................................................... 10
3.3.2 Protective Earth Resistance.................................................................................... 11
3.3.3 Enclosure Leakage Current .................................................................................... 11
3.3.4 Patient Leakage current.......................................................................................... 12
3.3.5 Patient Leakage Current- Single Fault Condition (S.F.C) Mains on Applied Part 13
3.4.1 Cleaning the Monitor and Accessories .................................................................. 14
3.4.2 Maintaining the Battery.......................................................................................... 15
Chapter 4 System Configuration ............................................................................................... 16
4.1 Enter Factory Maintain .................................................................................................... 16
4.2 Enter Demo Mode ............................................................................................................ 16
III

4.3 Default Configuration ...................................................................................................... 16


Chapter 5 System Principle........................................................................................................ 17
5.1 Principle ........................................................................................................................... 17
5.1.1 NIBP....................................................................................................................... 18
5.1.2 SpO2 ....................................................................................................................... 18
5.1.3 TEMP ..................................................................................................................... 19
5.2 Principle Block Diagram.................................................................................................. 19
5.2.1 Main Control Board ............................................................................................... 20
5.2.2 Power Module ........................................................................................................ 31
Chapter 6 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................ 33
6.1 Monitor Booting Failure .................................................................................................. 33
6.2 Display Failure ................................................................................................................. 34
6.3 Operation Failure ............................................................................................................. 34
6.4 Recorder Failure............................................................................................................... 35
6.5 Network Failure ............................................................................................................... 35
6.6 Power Board Failure ........................................................................................................ 36
6.7 Alarm Failure ................................................................................................................... 36
6.8 Parameter Failure ............................................................................................................. 36
Chapter 7 Disassembling the Monitor....................................................................................... 38
7.1 Tools Required ................................................................................................................. 38
7.2 Replacing Fuses ............................................................................................................... 38
7.3 Disassembling the Main Unit........................................................................................... 40
7.3.1 Separating Front Housing and Rear Housing......................................................... 40
7.3.2 Taking out the Main Frame.................................................................................... 42
7.4 Disassembling Rear Panel Assembly............................................................................... 45
7.4.1 Replacing T2 Module............................................................................................. 45
7.4.2 Replacing the TH Module...................................................................................... 47
7.4.3 Replacing X2 Module ............................................................................................ 48
7.4.4 Replacing Power Module....................................................................................... 49
7.4.5 Replacing Network Module ................................................................................... 50
7.4.6 Replacing Speaker.................................................................................................. 51
7.5 Disassembling Front Panel Assembly.............................................................................. 53
7.5.1 Replacing Main Control Board .............................................................................. 53
7.5.2 Replacing Key Control Board................................................................................ 54
7.5.3 Replacing Extending Key Set Board...................................................................... 55
7.5.4 Replacing LCD Screen........................................................................................... 56
7.5.5 Replacing Alarm LED Board................................................................................. 59
7.5.6 Replacing LCD Driver Board ................................................................................ 59
Chapter 8 Renewal Parts............................................................................................................ 60
Appendix I Specifications ........................................................................................................... 61
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Chapter 1 Warranty and Service


1.1 Standard Service
EDAN provides a one-year-warranty for the warranted products (accessories are included). The
warranty period begins on the date the products are shipped to customers. If a customer promptly
notifies EDAN of customers warranty claim hereunder, EDAN will either repair, adjust or
replace (with new or exchange replacement parts) EDANs products. EDAN warrants that any
service it provides to customers will be performed by trained individuals in a workmanlike
manner.

1.2 Limitation of Warranty


Direct, indirect or final damage and delay caused by the following situations for which EDAN is
not responsible may void the warranty:
Groupware is dismounted, stretched or redebugged.
Unauthorized modification or misuse.
Damage caused by operating beyond the environmental specifications for the medical
product.
Change or remove original serial number label or Manufacturer symbol.
Improper use.

1.3 Service Procedure


(1) Fill in the Service Claim Form (SCF).
Fill in the SCF with detailed information including: Model Name, Serial Number (SN) and
Problem Phenomena.
EDAN should not have any obligation to take over the case without this information. The form
can be downloaded at: http://www.edan.com.cn or obtained from EDANs Service Department.
(2) Send EDAN the SCF and Select a Solution.
Once the service department receives the fully filled SCF, EDANs engineer will offer a solution
in three working days. EDAN will follow out the case based on the two conditions below:
Within Warranty:
There are two options:
i) After receiving the Return Material Authorization (RMA) form from EDAN service
department, the customer sends EDAN the defective parts and informs about the shipment
tracking number. Then we will dispatch new part (s) to your confirmed address with
confirmed shipping invoice.
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ii) The customer signs the Declaration Form and sends it back by email or fax. This form is
legally certificated to make sure the customer or end-user will return the defective parts to
EDAN on time. We will, at this option, dispatch the replacement one (s) with confirmed
shipping invoice.
NOTE:
1 Both Return Material Authorization Form and Declaration Form are offered by EDAN
service department once the SCF is confirmed by service engineer.
2 The customer is responsible for freight & insurance charges when the equipment is
shipped to EDAN for service, including custom charges. EDAN is responsible for the
freight, insurance & custom charges from EDAN to the customer.
Out of Warranty:
After receiving the RMA form from the service department, the customer sends defective parts to
EDAN in advance. We will analyze the problems and discuss with the customer about either
repairing or replacing the part (s). Once the maintenance fee is invoiced and paid, we will make
sure to dispatch good part (s) to the confirmed address.
NOTE:
The customer is responsible for any freight & insurance charge for the returned product.
(3) Obtain the RMA Form.
Before the shipment of the materials, the customer must obtain an RMA form from our service
department, in which the RMA number, description of returning parts and shipping instructions
are included. The RMA number should be indicated on the outside of the shipping container.
NOTE:
EDAN should not have any obligation to the end-user or customer who returns the goods
without the notification by EDANs service department. The sender takes full
responsibility for the accounted fee.
(4) Send the Parts to EDAN.
Follow these recommended instructions:
Please disassemble the parts with anti-static facility, do not touch the parts with naked hand.
Please pack the parts safely before return.
Please put the RMA number on the parcel.
Please describe the returned parts as sample of ***** and put the total value on the invoice,
and note on the invoice as sample, no commercial value.
Please confirm the invoice with Edan before shipment.
Please send back the parts after EDANs confirmation.

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1.4 Contact Information


If you have any question about maintenance, technical specifications or malfunctions of devices,
do not hesitate to contact us.
EDAN INSTRUMENTS, INC.
TEL: +86-755-26898321, 26899221
FAX: +86-755-26882223, 26898330
E-mail: support@edan.com.cn

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Chapter 2 Installation and Safety


WARNING
Only qualified service engineers can install this equipment. And only service engineers
authorized by EDAN can open the shell.

2.1 Environment Requirements


The environment where M3 Vital Signs Monitor (hereinafter called monitor) will be used should
be reasonably free from vibration, dust, corrosive or explosive gases, extremes of temperature,
humidity, and so on.
Size

200.8 mm (L)241 mm (H)189 mm (D)

Temperature
Working

+5 C ~ +40 C

Transport and Storage

-20 C ~ +55 C

Humidity
Working

25% ~ 80% (no condensation)

Transport and Storage

25% ~ 93% (no condensation)

Altitude
Working

860hPa ~ 1060hPa

Transport and Storage

700hPa ~ 1060hPa

CAUTION
1 If the monitor is installed in a cabinet, allow at least 2 inches (5 cm) clearance around
the monitor for proper air circulation; allow adequate accessibility for servicing, and
adequate room for visualization and operation.
2 Ensure the monitor is not subjected to any source of strong electromagnetic
interference, such as CT, radio transmitters, mobile phones base stations, etc.
3 Do not install the monitor in a flammable atmosphere where concentrations of
flammable anesthetics or other materials may occur.
4 Keep the environment clean. Avoid vibration. Keep it far from corrosive medicine, dust
area, high-temperature and humid environment.

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2.2 Electrical Requirements


Power Supply

Voltage: 100V-240V ~
Frequency: 50Hz/60Hz
Pmax: 70VA
Battery: 14.8 V/4.4 Ah; 14.8 V/2.2 Ah.

2.3 Safety Requirements


The monitor complies with the requirements of the valid version of the system standard IEC/EN
60601-1-1, it is Classequipment and internally powered equipment.
Anti-electroshock degree:

NIBP, SpO2
This symbol indicates that the instrument is IEC/EN60601-1 Type BF equipment. The unit
displaying this symbol contains an F-Type isolated (floating) patient applied part providing a high
degree of protection against shock, and is suitable for use during defibrillation.

TEMP
This symbol indicates that the instrument is IEC/EN60601-1 Type CF equipment. The unit
displaying this symbol contains an F-Type isolated (floating) patient applied part providing a high
degree of protection against shock, and is not suitable for use during defibrillation.
CAUTION
1 SHOCK HAZARD- the power receptacle must be a three-wire grounded outlet. A
hospital grade outlet is required. Never adapt the three-prong plug from the monitor to
fit a two-slot outlet. If the outlet has only two slots, make sure that it is replaced with a
three-slot grounded outlet before attempting to operate the monitor.
2 Do not touch signal input or output connector and the patient simultaneously.
3 Equipment and devices that connect to the monitor should form an equipotential body
to ensure effective grounding.
4 Do not switch on the monitor until all cables have been properly connected and verified.

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2.4 Installing the Monitor


2.4.1 Install the Monitor on a Flat Surface
Place the monitor on a flat surface. Make sure the surface does not vibrate, and is free of
corrosive medicine and dust.

Figure 2-1 M3 monitor on a flat surface

2.4.2 Mount the Monitor on Wall


To mount the monitor on a wall, you need to order a Wall Mounting Bracket (02.01.109481).
Please refer to that instruction for details of installation.

2.4.3 Install the Monitor on Pole Clamp


An Assembling Instruction will be delivered with the 1-piece/4-piece Pole Clamp (02.01.109592
or 02.01.109636). Please refer to that instruction for details of installation.

2.4.4 Install the Monitor on Trolley


An Assembling Instruction will be delivered with the Trolley (12.01.109480). Please refer to the
instructions for details of installation.

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Chapter 3 Test and Maintenance


3.1 Routine Test
An overall check of the monitor, including safety check and functional check, should be
performed by qualified personnel every 24 months or after service.

3.1.1 Visual Inspection


Before using the monitor:
Inspect the monitor and accessories for obvious signs of damage.
Check the external cables, power socket and power cable.
Do not use the monitor if any damage is detected until the monitor is repaired by the service
engineers of EDAN or professional service personnel of the dealer.

3.1.2 Power- on Test


Switch on the monitor after it is connected to the power source and check:
If the power indicator lights up;
If the alarm indicators flicker and if the alarm tone is heard;
If some images and characters are missing;
If there are bright spots and dark shadows on the LCD screen;
If the waveforms, fonts and symbols displayed on the LCD screen are normal.
If any failure is detected, refer to section Monitor Booting Failures and Display Failures for
details.

3.1.3 Key Test


Press the keys on the front panel in turn to check if they work properly. When pressing a key, a
corresponding functional display is supposed to be seen onscreen. Refer to M3 Vital Signs
Monitor User Manual for details about the key function. You can move the cursor by turning the
trim knob clockwise or anticlockwise. Also, you can confirm the operation by pressing the trim
knob.

3.1.4 Recording Test


Check if the recorder can perform printing without problem. Also, check if all the printed traces
are correct and clear on the paper.
If any failure is detected, refer to section Recorder Failures for details.
NOTE:
Please make sure paper is well loaded and the setting is correct before printing.

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3.1.5 Alarm Test


Trigger a signal that is higher than the upper limit or lower than the lower limit to activate a
physical alarm. Disconnect one of the accessories from the monitor to activate a technical alarm.
Check if the audible and visible alarms work properly.
If any failure is detected, refer to section Alarm Failures for defective details.

3.2 Performance Test


1
2

WARNING
Performance tests must only be carried out by qualified service personnel.
If performance of the monitor is in question, conduct an overall performance test
according to the instructions offered by the manufacturer.

A functional check should be performed once possible device malfunction emerges or after
servicing the device.
It is unnecessary to open the device case for functional checks.

3.2.1 SpO2 Performance Test


This test checks the performance of the SpO2 measurement. A SpO2 simulator is required for this
test.
1.

Connect the monitor and the SpO2 simulator with a SpO2 cable.

2.

Switch on the monitor and the simulator.

3.

Set the SpO2 output in the simulator to 70(%).

4.

Check for the display on the monitor. A difference within the range of 2% is reasonable.

3.2.2 NIBP Performance Test


This test checks the performance of the NIBP measurement. Tools required for this test are: a
NIBP simulator, a T-fitting, an extension tube and an artificial limb.
1.

Connect the NIBP simulator to the monitor.

2.

Switch on the monitor and the simulator. Perform calibration prior to using the simulator.

3.

Set the patient type both on the monitor and in the simulator to adult; respectively set the
systolic pressure and diastolic pressure (mean pressure) to 255/195(215) mmHg. Start a
NIBP measurement.

4.

Check for the display on the monitor. A difference within the range of 8mmHg is
reasonable.

3.2.3 NIBP Leakage Test


This test checks leakage of the airway. See Figure 3-1 for details about tools required.

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1.

Connect the cuff securely with the socket for NIBP air hole.

2.

Wrap the cuff around the cylinder with an appropriate size.

3.

Access SYSTEM MENU > MAINTAIN > USER MAINTAIN by inputting the password
ABC. Start a leakage test by selecting NIBP MAINTAIN > LEAK TEST.

The system will automatically inflate the pneumatic system to 180 mmHg. After 20 seconds, the
system will automatically open the deflating valve, which marks the completion of a pneumatic
measurement.
If the prompt of Leak Test OK appears, it indicates that the airway is in good situation and no air
leaks exist. However if the alarm information of NIBP Cuff Leak appears, it indicates that the
airway may have air leaks. In this case, the user should check for loose connection. After
confirming secure connections, the user should re-perform the pneumatic test. If the failure
prompt still appears, please contact the manufacturer for repair.

Figure 3-1 Diagram for NIBP Leakage Test

3.2.4 NIBP Calibration


NIBP calibration must be performed by professional personnel authorized by EDAN.
Access SYSTEM MENU > MAINTAIN > USER MAINTAIN by inputting the password ABC.
NOTE:
NIBP calibration is for checking the measurement accuracy and cannot change the
measurement results.
Tools required are: a T-fitting, NIBP extension tubes, a cylinder and a manometer.
Procedure:
1. Access the NIBP calibration menu according to the above-mentioned instructions.
2.

Connect the equipment as shown below:

Manometer
Tube
Tube
Cylinder

NIBP module
/ Patient
monitor

T-fitting

NIBP
extension
tube or hose

Figure 3-2 Diagram for NIBP Calibration

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3.

Select NIBP MAINTAIN > CALIBRATE.

4.

Apply fixed static pressure on the monitor with the help of the manometer. Compare the
displayed values on the monitor with the manometer values.

5.

A difference within the range of 3mmHg is reasonable.

3.2.5 TEMP Performance Test


This test checks the performance of the TEMP measurement. A resistance box is required.
1. Switch on the monitor and the resistance box.
2. Set the probe type on the monitor to YSI-10K, and respectively connect the probes to
channel T1 and T2 connectors. And then connect the probes with the resistance box.
3. Set the resistance value to (6017) 37 in the resistance box.
4. A difference within the range of 0.1 is reasonable.

3.3 Safety Test


3.3.1 Safety Test Procedures
Use the test procedures outlined here only for verifying safe installation or service of the product.
These tests are not a substitute for local safety testing where it is required for an installation or a
service event.
When performing a safety test, you must use a standard safety analyzer such as Fluke 601Pro
Series safety analyzer or equivalent, perform the test according to your local regulations, for
example, in Europe according to IEC/EN60601-1, IEC/EN60601-1-1, in USA according to
UL60601-1. For the test setup, please refer to the Instructions for Use of the test equipment used.
Additional test may be required by your local regulations.
You are recommended to document the result of the safety test.
NOTE:
1 When testing according to IEC 60601-1, system must be tested and not individual
devices.
2

Systems must be handled as devices.

A system is a combination of several devices of which at least one is a medical


electrical device which is connected to other devices by functional connections or by
a transportable multiple socket outlet.

With devices that are connected to other devices by means of a data cable, this
connection must be disconnected prior to performing the electrical safety check, in
order to avoid incorrect measurements.

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3.3.2 Protective Earth Resistance

NOTE:
The circuit diagram is based on the Fluke 601Pro series safety analyzer.
This measures impendence of Protective Earth (PE) terminal to accessible metal part of Device
under test (DUT) which is protectively earthed. A current of 25A is passed for 5s to 10s through
the protective terminal and each accessible metal part which is protectively earthed.
Allowable value: without mains cable, maximum impendence: 100 mOhms
(IEC 60601-1 and UL60601-1)

3.3.3 Enclosure Leakage Current

NOTE:
The circuit diagram is based on the Fluke 601Pro series safety Analyzer.
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This measures leakage current of exposed metal parts of Device under test (DUT) and parts of the
system within the patient environment; normal and reversed polarity using S2 test performed both
in normal condition and single fault conditions.
Normal condition (NC): with S1, S3, S5 closed, S2, S4 variable.
Single fault condition (SFC): S1, S3 open (one for each time) and S5 closed, S2, S4 variable.
Allowable value:
Normal condition: 100A (IEC/EN60601-1)
Single fault condition: 500A (IEC/EN60601-1)
Normal condition: 100A (UL60601-1)
Single fault condition: 300A (UL60601-1)

3.3.4 Patient Leakage current

NOTE:
The circuit diagram is based on the Fluke 601Pro series safety Analyzer.
This test measure the leakage current flowing between the selected applied part and the mains PE;
the test with normal and reverse polarity, in normal condition and single fault condition.
Normal condition (NC): with S1, S3, S5 closed, S2, S4 variable.
Single fault condition (SFC): S1, S3 open (one for each time) and S5 closed, S2, S4 variable.
Allowable value:
Normal condition: 10A (BF applied part), 10A (CF applied part)
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(IEC/EN60601-1, UL60601-1)
Single fault condition: 500A (BF applied part), 50A (CF applied part)
(IEC/EN60601-1, UL60601-1)
Leakage Current
Applied
Part

Normal
Condition

Single Fault
Condition

Earth Leakage Current

<0.5 mA

<1 mA

Enclosure Leakage Current

<0.1 mA

<0.5 mA

CF

AC: <0.01 mA
DC: <0.01 mA

AC: <0.05 mA
DC: <0.05 mA

BF

AC: <0.1 mA
DC: <0.01 mA

AC: <0.5 mA
DC: <0.05 mA

Patient Leakage Current

Patient Leakage Current (Mains on


Applied Parts)

CF

<0.05 mA

BF

<5 mA

CF

AC: <0.01 mA
DC: <0.01 mA

AC: <0.05 mA
DC: <0.05 mA

BF

AC: <0.1 mA
DC: <0.01 mA

AC: <0.5 mA
DC: <0.05 mA

Patient Auxiliary Current

3.3.5 Patient Leakage Current- Single Fault Condition (S.F.C)


Mains on Applied Part
NOTE:
The following test is based on test with the Fluke 601 pro series safety analyzer. This
device allows applying a 110% mains voltage between the applied part and the device PE.
When testing with other device, you may need to apply the 110% mains voltage manually.

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NOTE:
The circuit diagram is based on the Fluke 601Pro series safety Analyzer.
This test measure the current flowing between the applied part and the mains PE in response to an
isolate mains voltage (110% of the mains voltage) applied to applied part. This test is performed
with normal and reverse polarity of the mains voltage using S2, and normal and reverse polarity
of the isolate voltage using S4.
Single fault condition: S1, S3, S5 closed, S2, S4, S6 variable.
Allowable value:
Single fault condition (110% mains voltage on applied part):
5000A (BF applied part), 50A (CF applied part)
(IEC/EN 60601-1 UL 60601-1)

3.4 Maintenance
For details about basic cleaning and maintenance methods, refer to relevant sections in M3 Vital
Signs Monitor User Manual. For further technical support, contact service engineers of EDAN.
Users are responsible for preventive maintenance and periodic inspection for the monitor.

3.4.1 Cleaning the Monitor and Accessories


Refer to relevant sections in M3 Vital Signs Monitor User Manual for details.

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3.4.2 Maintaining the Battery


Refer to relevant sections in M3 Vital Signs Monitor User Manual for details.

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Chapter 4 System Configuration


The end users can not change the system configuration of the monitor. As a service engineer, you
need to change the configuration for them after the monitor is installed and checked properly.
NOTE:
Restart the monitor after changing the settings.

4.1 Enter Factory Maintain


Press the MENU button to display SYSTEM MENU, and then select MAINTAIN > FAC KEY.
Input the password 9980 in the ENTER MAINTAIN PASSWORD box and press CONFIRM.
Factory maintenance is only available for the service engineers of EDAN or representatives
authorized by EDAN.
SpO2 DEV/ NIBP DEV/ TEMP DEV: to set the SpO2, NIBP and TEMP module.
POWER TYPE: to set the type of power source.
RECORDER: this item is available if the monitor is outfitted with a recorder.
FACE SELECT: to select the displayed parameters.
MODULE SELFTEST: to display module information.
UPDATE: for X2 module update.

4.2 Enter Demo Mode


Press the MENU button to display SYSTEM MENU, then select MAINTAIN > DEMO. Input
the demo password 3 0 4 5 in the ENTER MAINTAIN PASSWORD box and press CONFIRM to
enter Demo mode.

4.3 Default Configuration


Press the MENU button to display SYSTEM MENU, select SYSTEM MENU > DEFAULT to
display the default setup menu.
NOTE:
Select any item in this submenu to cancel the current setup and use the selected default
setup.
FAC DEF CONFIG: factory default configuration.
USER DEF CONFIG: user-defined default configuration.
SAVE CURRENT AS USER CONFIG: Save the current setup as the user default
configuration.
CONFIRM: Confirm your choice, exit this submenu, and return to the previous menu.
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Chapter 5 System Principle


This chapter introduces the structure and principle of the monitor, as well as the principles and
port definitions of the modules.

5.1 Principle
Parameter module is the basic unit to acquire signals for monitoring parameters in the monitor.
The monitoring signals are transmitted to the main control board and subsequently processed by
it. The measurement data and waveforms will be displayed on the LCD. The power link board
can realize power switching and conversion. The whole system structure is shown in the
following figure:
Medical staff

LCD

Key control
board

Recorder

Display
driver board

Network
interface
board

Main control
board

Power supply

NIBP

SpO2

TEMP

Patient

Figure 5-1 System structure

As shown in the figure above, the three parameter modules execute real-time monitoring of NIBP,
SpO2, and TEMP respectively by using cuff and measuring cables. The results will be sent to main
control board for processing and displayed on the LCD. Hereinafter the function details of
parameter monitor will be explained.

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5.1.1 NIBP
Blood pressure monitors commonly measure arterial pressure, which is produced by the
contraction of the heart and constantly changes over the course of cardiac cycle. Three blood
pressure values, expressed in millimeters of mercury above atmospheric pressure, are obtained.
The systolic pressure is the maximum cycle pressure; which occurs during ventricular contraction.
The diastolic pressure is the minimum cycle pressure, occurring during the ventricles filling
stage between contractions. The means arterial pressure (MAP) is the mean value of the blood
pressure over the cardiac cycle.
The monitor measures non-invasive blood pressure using the oscillometry method. The following
are detailed measurement procedures. Inflate the cuff encircling the upper arm until the pressure
in the cuff blocks the blood flow in the artery of the upper arm. Then deflate the cuff gradually
according to the requirement of certain arithmetic. With the decreasing of the pressure in the cuff,
the artery blood will palpitate with the pulse, which results in palpitation in the cuff. Through the
pressure sensor connected with the inflating pipe of the cuff, a palpitation signal palpitating with
the pulse will be generated. After being filtered by a high-pass filter (about 1Hz), this signal
becomes pulsating signal and is amplified. Then the amplified signal is converted into digital
signal by A/D. After using the singlechip to process this digital signal, we may obtain systolic
pressure, diastolic pressure and mean pressure. Be careful to choose appropriate cuffs for
neonatal, pediatric and adult patients so as to avoid generating measurement error. NIBP module
also has protection circuit to prevent the cuff from being inflated to a very high pressure. The
following are the main operating modes of NIBP.
a.

Adult/pediatric/neonate: select according to the patient shape, weight and age.

b.

Manual measurement/auto measurement/continuous measurement: Manual measurement is


also called single measurement. It means the monitor performs only one measurement each
time. Auto measurement means to perform one measurement within selected cycle. Time
interval can be set to 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 15, 30, 60, 90, 120, 240 or 480 minutes. Continuous
measurement means after being activated, the monitor will perform quick measurement
continuously within 5 minutes. Continuous measurement is effective in monitoring changes
in blood pressure.

5.1.2 SpO2
SpO2 is based on the absorption of pulse blood oxygen to red and infrared light by means of
finger sensor and SpO2 measuring unit. The light-electronic transducer in finger sensor converts
the pulse red and infrared light modulated by pulse blood oxygen into electrical signal, the signal
is processed by hardware and software of the unit. The PLETH curve and numeral value of SpO2
will be obtained.
By tracing the pulse waveform in the fingertip, using specified arithmetic and consulting the
clinical data table, we can obtain the SpO2 value. The SpO2 sensor consists of two LEDs and a
photodetector. The two LEDs are respectively red diode and infrared diode, which are lighted on
according to certain time sequence. When the capillary vessel of the fingertip congests repeatedly,
the light of the LED is absorbed by blood vessels and organs and then projected onto the
photodetector. The photodetector can detect the light intensity varying with pulse changes and
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display the changing light intensity in the form of changing electronic signals. The ratio between
the DC and AC of the two types of signals for light is the proportion of oxygen in the blood. Then
we can calculate correct SpO2 value by using specified arithmetic and also calculate pulse rate
according to the SpO2 waveform.
The SpO2 module mainly consists of the following four parts: sensor, signal processing, control
unit of LED driving sequence, singlechip.

5.1.3 TEMP
Two optional modules are available for TEMP measurement. The one is T2 module; the other is
TH module.
Regarding the T2 module, the temperature of human body is first converted into electronic
signals, which are then amplified by amplifier and processed. In this way we can obtain the
TEMP value. The circuit includes proportional amplifier constructed by operational amplifiers.
The temperature passes the thermal sensor, producing pressure signals, which are amplified and
transmitted to A/D converter for further processing.
The TH module works on the principle of infrared radiation. It can quickly take a temperature in
the ear in a non-contact way. The measurement value will be displayed on the LCD of the
thermometer within one second and transmitted to the monitor via communication wire. The
monitor consequently displays and stores the measurement value.

5.2 Principle Block Diagram


The following figure shows the hardware structure of the whole monitor and the connection
relationships between different parts. The boards displayed in the figure are the core parts of the
monitor, i.e. main control board and parameter board.

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Choose one
from
T2 TEMP
and
TH TEMP

J1
Infrared
insulate board

J2

Infrared ear
thermometer

Figure 5-2 Block diagram of the monitor

NOTE:
The nurse call board and the network board are optional configurations; they can not be
installed at the same time. If you want to use the nurse call function, you should install the
nurse call board; otherwise you should install the network board.

5.2.1 Main Control Board


The block diagram of main control board is displayed as follows:

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LCD

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Figure 5-3 Block diagram of the main control board

The M3 main control board is installed on the display holder with the font shell assembly. Its
main functions are:
1.

To supply power for the external parameter modules (including NIBP, SpO2 and TEMP
module), and to realize communication between each parameter module via serial interfaces;

2.

To control and realize data store and display of parameter modules;

3.

To control data traffic between each interface board (including alarm LED board, network
USB board, LED backlight driver patching board ,key control board);

4.

To supply power for the external recorder and realize data traffic between the recorder;

5.

To realize data traffic between the power module PS900K;

6.

To supply voltage for the 5.6" TFT LCD.

There are different ports on the main control board. The port definitions are illustrated as follows.

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System Principle

Power Input Port

Pin NO.
Power input

5.2.1.2

Definition

+5V

GND

GND

+12V

Input Port of Power Control Signal

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Pin NO.
Power control

5.2.1.3

Definition

MTXD8_POWER

MRXD8_POWER

GND

DISG_CHARGE_POWER

DISG_ACON_POWER

DISG_SWITCH_POWER

GND

NC

NC

10

NC

X2 Module Port

X2 module

Pin NO.

Definition

RS232MRXD0_NIBP&CO2

GND

RS232MTXD0_NIBP&CO2

GND

TRTS2_NIBP&CO2

VCC_5V

VCC_12V
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T2 Module Port

Pin NO.
T2 Module

5.2.1.5

Definition

VCC_5 V

GND

MTXD7_T2

MRXD7_T2

TH Module Port

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Pin NO.
TH Module

5.2.1.6

Definition

VCC_5 V

GND

MTXD7_T2

MRXD7_T2

Network Interface Board Port

Pin NO.
Network module

Definition

RX+

RX-

TX-

TX+

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USB and Nurse Call Ports

Pin NO.
USB and Nurse call

Definition

GND

DSIG_DN0_USB

DSIG_DP0_USB

VCC_5V

GND

EXGPIO4_NURSECALL

GND

VCC_12 V

NC

10

NC

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Recorder Port

Pin NO.
Recorder

Definition

DSIG_NSTB_PRINTER

DSIG_PD0_PRINTER

DSIG_PD1_PRINTER

DSIG_PD2_PRINTER

DSIG_PD3_PRINTER

DSIG_PD4_PRINTER

DSIG_PD5_PRINTER

DSIG_PD6_PRINTER

DSIG_PD7_PRINTER

10

DSIG_NACK_PRINTER

11

DSIG_BUSY_PRINTER

12

DSIG_PE_PRINTER

13

DSIG_NEER_PRINTER

14

GND

15

GND

16

VCC_12V

17

VCC_12V

18

VCC_12V

19

VCC_5V

20

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Key Control Board Port

Pin NO.
Key Control Board

Definition

DSIG_CHARGE_POWER

DSIG_ACON_POWER

DSIG_SWITCH_POWER

GND

MTXD2_KEYBOARD

MRXD2_KEYBOARD

GND

VCC_5V

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5.2.1.10 FPC Port of LCD

Pin NO.
FPC port of LCD

Definition

VCC_12V

VCC_12V

GND

GND

VCC_5V

VCC_5V
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Pin NO.
FPC port of LCD

Definition

DSIG_PWM_LCD

VBB_3V3

VBB_3V3

10

GND

11

GND

12

LCD_VD19

13

LCD_VD20

14

GND

15

LCD_VD21

16

LCD_VD22

17

GND

18

LCD_VD23

19

LCD_VD10

20

GND

21

LCD_VD11

22

LCD_VD12

23

GND

24

LCD_VD13

25

LCD_VD14

26

GND

27

LCD_VD15

28

LCD_VD3

29

GND

30

LCD_VD4

31

LCD_VD5

32

GND

33

LCD_VD6

34

LCD_VD7

35

GND

36

LCD_HSYNC

37

LCD_VSYNC

38

GND

39

LCD_VCLK

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Pin NO.
FPC port of LCD

Definition

40

GND

41

LCD_ENAB

42

GND

43

LCD_PWR

44

GND

45

GND

46

LCD_VD0

47

LCD_VD1

48

LCD_VD2

49

DSIG_LIGHTON_5.6LCD

50

GND

5.2.2 Power Module


The power module can provide DC power supply to the main control board and recorder.
Principle Block Diagram
Battery

Fan

Power
module

Power control
board

Figure 5-4 Block diagram of power board

Principle Introduction
This module converts +220 V AC mains power supply or battery power into +5 V and +12 V DC
supplies to power other boards. If AC mains and battery coexist, the former take the priority to
power the system and charge the latter at the same time.

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AC/DC
Converts high-voltage AC supply into low-voltage DC supply to power subsequent circuits and
charge the battery.
Battery Control Circuit
If AC supply and battery coexist, this circuit controls the output from AC/DC part to charge the
battery. If AC supply is disconnected, this circuit controls the battery to power the subsequent
circuits.
+5 V DC
Convert the DC supply from the previous circuit into stable +5 V DC supply to power other
boards.
+12 V DC
Convert the DC supply from the previous circuit into stable +12 V DC supply to power other
boards.
Power Switch Circuit
Control the working status of +5 V DC and +12 V DC in order to control ON/OFF action of the
monitor.
Voltage Detection Circuit
Detects the output voltage of every part in detection circuit, converts analogue signals to digital
signals and then send them to main control board for processing.

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Chapter 6 Troubleshooting
In transportation, storage and use of monitor, various factors such as unstable network voltage,
changing environmental temperature, falling-down or impact, component aging may all result in
monitor failures and therefore affect normal application of the device. In failure conditions,
professional personnel with the experience of repairing electronic medical devices should
perform component-level upkeep for the failure classification listed in the table below.
Component-level upkeep means based on analyzing, replacing or trial-operating the component,
we can pinpoint the failure on a certain component of the device, such as power board, main
control board, TFT assembly, measuring cable or parameter module, etc. Repair of only some
components means component-level repair. The repair operation must be conducted by a service
engineer with abundant experience and with the assistance of special equipment and in specific
environment and conditions.

6.1 Monitor Booting Failure


Phenomenon

Possible Cause

Solution

After switching on, LCD Fuse damage (If it has fuse Replace fuse
has no display; the power
on)
Replace power board
indicator is off.
Power board damage
Anchor the short-circuited
Component short-circuits.
component.
No display after power-on Main control board failure or Refer to section 6.2 Display
or black screen during display failure.
Failure.
operation,
however,
power indicator lights.
Operation
or Main
control
measurement function is corresponding
disabled.
damage.
Abrupt switching off.

board
or Examine the main control
component board and the corresponding
components.

Moment
intensive Check power supply and
interference of network.
grounding system.
Poor performance of power
board.

Poor performance of main


control board.

Bad connection of power


supply or main control board.

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Replace
board.

main

Replace
or
connectors.

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6.2 Display Failure


Phenomenon

Possible Cause

Solution

Characters are displayed Data


communication
error Replace the main control
normally,
however between main control board and board or parameter module
waveforms are displayed parameter module.
based on the error prompt.
intermittently.
When powering on the Malfunction in the circuit of Replace the display
device, power supply is in
the display driver board.
driver board.
normal operation, however, The wire for connecting Repair
or
replace
there is no display or the
display screen is damaged.
connecting wire.
screen goes black during
Damage of main control board. Replace main control
normal operation.
board.
Damage of power board.
Replace power board.
LCD displays
character.

improper

LCD screen has failure.

Replace the LCD screen.

6.3 Operation Failure


Phenomenon

Possible Cause

Solution

Buttons or the rotary Malfunction in the key set on the Replace the key set or key control
knob is disabled.
key control board.
board.
Sound of speaker is Malfunction in the audio Replace the key control board.
raucous or there is no
subassembly of the key Replace
the
speaker
or
sound.
control board.
connecting wire.
Malfunction in the speaker or
connecting wire.

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6.4 Recorder Failure


Phenomenon

Possible Cause

Solution

No paper in the drawer

Load paper and close the drawer.

Press Record but no paper


The drawer is open.
is out.

Close the drawer.


Open the drawer and check if the
paper is well loaded. Reload paper
and close the drawer.

Paper is jammed.

Recording control board Replace


failure.
board.
Recorder
failure.

connection

the

recording

control

Check all the connections.

Gear box/ gear failure.

Replace the gear box or the gear.

Main control board failure.

Replace the main control board.

The detector of recording Clean the detector of recording


paper is contaminated.
paper.
The alarm indicating out of
Detector of recording paper Replace the detector of recording
paper is onscreen, but there
failure.
paper.
is paper in the drawer.
The drawer is not fastened
Fasten up the drawer.
up.
Inexact loading of the
Load the recording paper exactly.
Trace on the recording
recording paper.
paper is blurred or tilts; or it
The two screw nuts on the
is blank on the paper.
print head are not adjusted Adjust the screw nuts.
to balance.
Print head failure.

Replace the print head.

6.5 Network Failure


Phenomenon

The monitor can not


be linked to the

network.

Possible Cause

Solution

Network linking wire is Check and repair network linking


damaged
wire or the HUB.
Network bed NO. conflicts

Change bed NO.

Main control board failure

Replace main control board

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6.6 Power Board Failure


Phenomenon

Possible Cause

Solution

Fuse is burned upon power-on.

Short circuit occurs in power


supply or other parts.

Check after power on the


monitor.

Fuse is burned although all loads


are disconnected.

Power board failure.

Replace power board.

Fuse is burned after connecting a


part.

Short circuit occurs in this


part.

Replace this part.

6.7 Alarm Failure


Phenomenon
No audible
activated.

alarm

Possible Cause
is

Audio
alarm
temporarily disabled.
Speaker
connecting
failure.

and
wire

Solution
is
its
has

Switch on the audible alarm.


Replace the speaker or the
wire.

The alarm indicator stays


off.

Alarm indicator has failure.

Replace the alarm indicator; if


there is no alarm indicator for
replacing, change the key
control board.

No audible alarm or visual


alarm is activated.

Program failure

Update the software.

6.8 Parameter Failure


Phenomenon

Possible Cause

Solution

NIBP function of X2 The connection of X2 Check


the
connection
module communication
module and main control
between boards.
stops.
board has failure.
Replace X2 module.
NIBP function of X2 module
Replace main control board.
has failure.
Main control
failure.

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NIBP cuff can not be Airway is folded or has leakage.


inflated.

Adjust or repair the airway.

Blood pressure can not Cuff becomes loose or patient is Keep the patient quiet, bind the
be
measured moving.
cuff correctly and safely.
occasionally.
Great error in NIBP Cuff size does not fit the Use the cuff of appropriate
measurement.
patient.
size.
X2
module
performance.

has

bad Replace NIBP module.

SpO2 function of X2 Bad connection between X2 Check


the
connection
module communication
module and main control
between boards.
stops.
board.
Replace X2 module.
Malfunction in X2 module.
Replace main control board.
Malfunction in the main
control board.
No SpO2 waveform

Sensor or
damaged.

X2

module

is Replace the sensor.

SpO2 waveform has Patient is moving.


Keep the patient quiet.
strong interference.
Environment light is very Weaken the light intensity in
intensive.
the environment.
SpO2 value is inaccurate Coloring agent has been injected Remove the coloring agent before
into patient body.
measurement.
No TEMP value (for Malfunction in TEMP sensor. Replace the TEMP sensor.
T2 module)
Malfunction in the connection Check the connection.
of TEMP sensor.
Replace the T2 module.
Malfunction in T2 module.
No TEMP value (for Malfunction
TH module)
thermometer.

in

the Replace the thermometer.

Check the communication


Malfunction in the infrared
wires.
ear TEMP communication Replace
the
infrared
wires.
insulated board.
Malfunction in the infrared
insulated board.

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Disassembling the Monitor

Chapter 7 Disassembling the Monitor


WARNING
1

Only qualified service personnel can open the monitor case.

Switch off the monitor and remove the AC power cable before disassembling the
monitor.

After any repair of the monitor, perform safety tests before using the monitor again.

7.1 Tools Required


A cross-head screwdriver

A flat-head screwdriver

An M3 nut driver

A pair of pliers

7.2 Replacing Fuses


To replace the blown fuse in the following procedure:
1) Switch off the monitor and unplug the power cable.
2) Carefully place the monitor upside down on a flat surface covered with cloth or other
protecting pad.
3) Place a flat-head screw driver in the gap of the fuse. Apply a certain amount of pressure on
the screw driver to sink the fuse for about 1 mm. Unscrew the fuse anticlockwise.

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4) Remove the old fuse. Take out a new fuse supplied by EDAN or of the same specification:
Size: 5mm20mm; Model: T1.6AL 250V.
5) Place the new fuse in the fuse socket. Press and screw it clockwise back in position.

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7.3 Disassembling the Main Unit


7.3.1 Separating Front Housing and Rear Housing
1.

Remove the four screws in rear panel with screwdriver to separate the front housing and rear
housing.

M325 cross recessed


pan head screws

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Take apart the front housing and rear housing at the joint, and disconnect the linking wires in
order to separate the two parts.

Wires linking M3A main control board and T2 TEMP module

Wires linking X5 board and the recorder

Wires of M3 USB and nurse call ports

Sonatina (B) sensor ground line

Cable between speaker and main control board

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Socket for wire linking PS900K and M3 main board power source

Socket for the controlling wire of PS900K

M3 NIBP wire socket

NIBP airway tube socket

M3 SpO2 sensor wire socket

7.3.2 Taking out the Main Frame


1.

To separate the rear cover, firstly, you should overturn the monitor and remove the fuses as
described in section 7.2 Replacing Fuses. Then remove the three screws for securing the
main frame and rear housing.

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M36 cross
recessed
countersunk
head screws

Fuses

2.

Remove the four screws in the main frame and one screw for grounding. Then carefully take
out the main frame.

M36
cross
recessed pan
head screws

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M36
cross
recessed pan
head screws

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7.4 Disassembling Rear Panel Assembly


7.4.1 Replacing T2 Module
To replace T2 module, you should remove it according to the following procedure:
1. Separate the front and rear assemblies according to section 7.3.1 Separating Front Housing
and Rear Housing.
2. Remove the two screws securing the T2 module on the rear panel.
3. Remove the wire linking the T2 module and main control board; pull the wire out from the
hole in the rear panel.
4. Slide out the block on the T2 module bracket, and then uninstall the bracket from the monitor.
Avoid damaging the block when uninstalling.

Screws

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Block

Wire linking
T2 module
and
main
control
board

Block

5. Remove the four screws on the T2 module; and then separate the module from the monitor.

Screws

To replace the T2 module:


Install a new T2 module in a reverse procedure.

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7.4.2 Replacing the TH Module


To replace the TH module, you should remove it according to the following procedure:
1. Separate the front and rear assemblies according to section 7.3.1 Separating Front Housing
and Rear Housing.
2. Remove the two screws securing the module on the rear panel.
3. Remove the wire linking the module and main control board; pull the wire out from the hole
in the rear panel.
4. Slide out the block on the module bracket, and then uninstall the bracket from the monitor.
Avoid damaging the block when uninstalling.

Screws

Block

Infrared ear TEMP


communication wire

5. Remove the five screws on the module; and then separate the module from the monitor.

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Screws

To replace the TH module:


Install a new module in a reverse procedure.

7.4.3 Replacing X2 Module


To replace X2 module, you should remove it according to the following procedure:
1. Separate front panel and rear panel assemblies according to section 7.3.1 Separating Front
Housing and Rear Housing.
2. Remove the four screws securing the X2 module on the rear panel.
3. Remove the wires, and then take out the X2 module.

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Screws

To replace the X2 module:


Install a new X2 module in a reverse procedure.

7.4.4 Replacing Power Module


To replace power module, you should remove it according to the following procedure:
1. Separate front panel and rear panel assemblies, and take out the main frame as described in
section 7.3 Disassembling the Main Unit.
2. Remove the four screws securing the power module on the main frame as the following figure
shows:

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Screws

To replace the power module:


Install a new power module in a reverse procedure.

7.4.5 Replacing Network Module


To replace network board in the following procedure:
1. Separate front panel and rear panel assemblies, and take out the main frame as described in
section 7.3 Disassembling the Main Unit.
2. Remove the three screws securing the network module and the interface cable, and then take
out the network module.
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Cross
recessed
pan head screws

To replace the network module:


Install a new network module in a reverse procedure.

7.4.6 Replacing Speaker


To replace the speaker in the following procedure:
1. Separate front panel and rear panel assemblies, and take out the main frame as described in
section 7.3 Disassembling the Main Unit.
2. The speaker is fixed on the rear panel. Remove the two screws securing the speaker, and then
take out the speaker.

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Speaker

To replace the speaker:


Install a new speaker in a reverse procedure.

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7.5 Disassembling Front Panel Assembly


7.5.1 Replacing Main Control Board
To replace main control board, you should remove it according to the following procedure:
1. Separate front panel and rear panel assemblies according to section 7.3.1 Separating Front
Housing and Rear Housing.
2. Remove the flat cable for LCD screen: release the snap-fit on the flat cable, and then remove
the flat cable from the FPC interface.
Snap-fit

3. After taking off the flat cable for LCD screen, remove the six screws for securing the module,
and then remove the main control board.

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M36
cross
recessed screws

To replace the main control board:


Install a new main control board in a reverse procedure.

7.5.2 Replacing Key Control Board


To replace the key control board, you should remove it according to the following procedure:
1. Separate front panel and rear panel assemblies according to section 7.3.1 Separating Front
Housing and Rear Housing.
2. Remove the six screws securing the key control board and the front assembly; take out the
key control board.

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6-3X8
recessed
screws

cross
tapping

To replace the main control board:


Install a new key control board in a reverse procedure.

7.5.3 Replacing Extending Key Set Board


To replace extending key set board, you should remove it according to the following procedure:
1. Separate front panel and rear panel assemblies according to section 7.3.1 Separating Front
Housing and Rear Housing.
2. Remove the three screws securing the extending key set board and the front assembly; take
out the extending key set board.

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3-3X8
cross
recessed
tapping
screws

To replace the main control board:


Install a new extending key set board in a reverse procedure.

7.5.4 Replacing LCD Screen


To replace LCD screen, you should remove it according to the following procedure:
1. Separate front panel and rear panel assemblies according to section 7.3.1 Separating Front
Housing and Rear Housing.
2. Take out the main control board according to section 7.5.1 Replacing Main Control Board.
3. Remove the four screws securing the display holder and the front housing.

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4-3X8 cross
recessed pan
head tapping
screws

4. Remove the four screws and take out the LCD holder.

4-3X6 cross
recessed
screws

5. Separate the LCD upward from the display holder.

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6. Release the snap-fit of the flat cable, and separate the driver board and the LCD.

Snap-fit

To replace the LCD screen:


Install a new LCD screen in a reverse procedure.

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7.5.5 Replacing Alarm LED Board


To replace the alarm LED board, you should remove it according to the following procedure:
1. Separate the holder and the front shell according to section 7.5.4 Replacing LCD Screen.
2. Remove the two screws and take out the alarm LED board.
Cross recessed pan
head screws

To replace the alarm LED board:


Install a new alarm LED board in a reverse procedure.

7.5.6 Replacing LCD Driver Board


To replace the LCD driver board, refer to section 7.5.4 Replacing LCD Screen.

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Renewal Parts

Chapter 8 Renewal Parts


WARNING
Only connect the replaceable parts supplied by EDAN to the monitor

Parts

Part Number

Lithium-ion button cell

21.21.064169

M3 main control board PCBA (debugged)

02.03.451187-10

PS900K Power Board

02.03.112196

PS900K DC conversion board

02.03.112198

PS900K power control board

12.03.112200-11

Proportional valve of NIBP module

11.58.029016

Deflating valve

11.58.40301-13

Pump

11.58.40302

X2 NIBP and SpO2 module assembly

02.01.118001

Speaker

01.14.038010

M3 key control board PCBA (debugged)

12.03.220040-10

M3 extending key set board PCBA

02.02.100343

M3 AT056TN52 display driver board PCBA (debugged)

12.03.109553-10

M3 Alarm LED board PCBA (without firmware)

12.02.451199-10

M3 network interface board PCBA (without firmware)

12.02.451201-10

5.6 TFT LCD

01.16.045044-11

FPC wire for M3 LCD driver

01.03.036268-10

Recorder assembly

22.04.240405

T2 TEMP module assembly

02.01.110112

M3 infrared ear temperature holder assembly

22.01.210442

Lithium-ion battery (14.8V, 2200mAh)

21.21.064168

Lithium-ion battery (14.8V, 4400mAh)

21.21.064167

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Specifications

Appendix I Specifications
Please refer to M3 Vital Signs Monitor User Manual for more information.

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