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Prerequisites
Note:
• There is a minimum of at least two technical
training courses needed to attend the differences
training.

• 1 each Aespire 7100 or 7900 technical training.


• 1 each Aisys or Avance technical training.

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Notice:
The materials contained in this document are
intended for educational purposes only. This
document does not establish specifications,
operating procedures or maintenance methods
for any of the devices referenced. Always refer to
the original User Reference Manual and
Technical Reference Manual provided with the
device for specifications, operating procedures
and maintenance requirements.
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Introduction
Standard Features

• Aespire View 7900


Ventilator
• Advanced Breathing
System
• Dual flow tubes
• LED Light Strip w/2
Illumination levels
• ACGO
• 2 Large Drawers
• Breathing Circuit Hook
• Isolated Electrical Outlets
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Options
• 2 or 3 Gases
• Long or Short Display Mount
• Bag Arm or Bag Tube
• Cable Management Arm
• 4 Scavenging Options
-3 in N. America
• Auxiliary Oxygen Flowmeter
• Standard or Venturi Suction
• Reserve Cylinder Yokes (3
Max)
• Integrated Anesthesia
Monitor mounting
• Folding side shelf
• Total Flow Sensor 1-6
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Optional Monitor integration

12” Color Vaporizers


Ventilator Display
On/Standby Switch

Pipeline &
Cylinder pressure
gauges
ABS

Locking casters
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Display
Standard mounting arm
Accessory
Outlets
Pipeline inlets 2 or
3 gas version
Optional Suction

Tethered
cylinder
AC mains wrench
circuit breaker
Three Cylinder
Yokes maximum
One O2
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Pneumatics
A
Pneumatics H

A. Cylinder Supplies
B. Pipeline Inlets
B
C. Flowmeter Head
G
D. Vaporizer Manifold
F
E. ACGO E

F. Total Flow Sensors


(optional)
G. System Switch C

H. O2 Flush/ Regulator
and Auxiliary O2

D TRM Section 2.7 or 11


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System Switch

• Controls O2 and Air to the


Flowmeter Head
• If O2 fails, Air (if available)
still flows to the patient ON/STAND
when switch is ON BY SW

TRM Section 2.7.1


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Flowmeter Head and Total Flow Sensor

TRM Section 2.7.1


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Total Flow Sensor (TFS) Removal
Remove the TFS assembly
• Disconnect cable.
• Disconnect tubing at top of
TFS assembly.
• Cut tubing between TFS
assembly and flowmeter
modules.
• Lift the TFS assembly to
release from mounting
bracket.

TRM Section 9.8


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Electronics
TRM Section 2.3.1
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AC Inlet Module

System Breaker

Universal
Inrush PCA

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AC Inlet Module w/Isolation Transformer

Universal Inrush Board

Isolation Transformer

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TRM Section 2.3.1
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Power Supply & Battery

• Power Supply
• Outputs
• 12.5 V
• 16 V (battery charger) Data Acquisition (DAQ)

• Battery
• 12 V (4AH)
FH1
• 90 mins backup
• In line fuse (10 A)
AC/DC PS

Battery

Battery Power Supply


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Power Supply Test Points

DAQ Bd.

TRM Section 7.9


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Data Acquisition Board
• Power Circuits
– Voltage regulator
– Battery Charger
• System Communications
– Interface between
components

TRM Section 2.4


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Total Flow Sensor (TFS)
• Optional
• Measures fresh gas flow
• Sensirion gas specific flow TFS assembly

sensors
• Connects to flowmeter
assembly
• Displayed on display unit

• Reinstall TFS assembly


with new tubing.

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Control Module/Ventilator Display Unit
• Display waveforms,
numeric data, alarms and
popup menus.
• The display is the user
interface for the machine
and contains: Right, Lower,
Left keypad, and
ComWheel.
• Audio and visual alarms.
• Folding display mount: long
arm or a short arm.

TRM Section 2.2.2


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Display and Ventilator Controls
Three functional zones
• Settings
• Monitoring
• Alarm management

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Display Unit – Front View

• Front Enclosure Alarm LED


• Left Keypad
• Right Keypad
• Bottom Keypad
• Alarm LED’s
• ComWheel
• Mains LED

Mains LED ComWheel

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Display Unit External Connections

1. System Interface
2. Serial Port (RS-232) 5 1

3. Serial Port (Proprietary)


4. USB Port
5. Network Connection

4 3 2

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FRU’s
A – 12” LCD Display
B – Display CPU
C – Rear Connector Panel
D – Compact Flash card slot

Also: Keypads, Com Wheel,


Backlights and inverters.

TRM Section 10.23


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Display Unit CPU
• Microprocessor
• On-Chip peripheral
modules
• Ventilator software

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CPU Board Connections

Cap for internal clock


Inverter
s

Right Keypad Left Keypad

LED

Encoder / Speaker Bottom Keypad


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FRU - LCD Assembly

Display Kit (DG61), 12” LCD


• Display LCD Kit includes:
– Backlight assembly
– Inverters
– Harnesses

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FRU- Backlight
§ Set the LCD face down, as shown in the photo, on a soft surface or
cloth to avoid damage to the face of the display.
§ Remove single assembly screw completely from the bulb housing.
Slide plastic bulb housing down to unlock and to the left about 4mm
and remove the bulb housing by pulling up on the left side.
Remove
Single Screw

TRM Section 9.23.5


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Ventilation
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Standard
VCV: Volume Control with volume compensation

Optional
PCV: Pressure Control
SIMV-PSV: Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory
Ventilation/Pressure Support Ventilation
SIMV-PC: Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation -
Pressure Control
PSVPro: Pressure Support Ventilation with Apnea Protection
PCV-VG: Pressure Controlled Ventilation w/volume
guaranteed
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Mandatory vs. Support Vent Modes
Mandatory
•VCV
•PCV
•PCV-VG

Support
•SIMV-PSV
•SIMV-PC
•PSVPro
– Apnea Backup mode
§ Synchronized Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation/Pressure Control
(SIMV/PC)

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SIMV/PSV or SIMV/PCV
• Patient can breathe spontaneously at the RR, TV or PInsp and
I:E as desired assisted by pressure provided by the vent.
• At a given time interval, vent looks for inspiratory effort and
then delivers a breath with a set tidal volume or inspiratory
pressure and inspiratory time (Tinsp).
• SIMV modes are the same principle with Pressure or Volume
Controlled mandatory breaths.

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Pressure Support Ventilation (PSVPro) Mode

• Patient provides the trigger for inspiration, and establishes


the rate and tidal volume.
• As a breath is sensed, the ventilator supplies a constant
pressure to do the inspiratory “work” of breathing.
• If the patient stops breathing, the ventilator will
The settings for PSVPro are:
automatically switch to SIMV/PCV mode. • Pinsp
• RR
• Tinsp
• Psupport
• PEEP
• Pmax (cmH2O)
• Rise Rate
• End of Breath
• Trigger
• Trig Window
• Backup mode active

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Pressure Control Mode w/Volume Guaranteed
The first breath in this mode is delivered as a Volume breath,
then every breath thereafter is delivered as a pressure
breath.

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Ventilator Electronics

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Control Module/Ventilator Display Unit
Control Module

• CPU board
• LCD display
• Keyboard
• Rotary encoder
• Speaker

TRM Section 2.2.2


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Enhanced Sensor Interface Board (ESIB)
• Circuit O2%
• ABS on Switch
• ACGO Position Switch
• Bag/Vent Switch
• Absorber CO2 Bypass Switch
• Manifold Pressure Transducer
• Airway Pressure Transducer
• Flow Sensors
• DPL Switch

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ESIB interface

TRM Section 2.4.4


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Vent Engine Board

Vent Engine to DAQ


Flow Control Valve
Gas Inlet Valve

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Service Screens-
TRM, Section 4
To Enter Service Mode

Machine Turned Off


• Push and hold the Rotary
Encoder knob till the “Service
Confirmation” screen is display
• Highlight “Service Mode” push
the adjustment know

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Main Menu - Service Mode

Current CPU Current System

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Main Menu - Service Mode

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System Configuration

If set to ‘Automatic”, High and Low alarm


limits are +/-20% of set minute volume.
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Option Configuration

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Software Upgrades

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Software Upgrade

Minimum PC Requirements
• PC with a Pentium 600 or higher
• Windows 2000/XP
• 1024 by 768 resolution (or higher) video adapter
• Minimum of 128 MB of RAM, 256 MB recommended
• About 150 MB free hard disk space
• Serial Port or USB port with an RS-232 adapter

Port Setup
• COM1 port

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Software Upgrade
Software Installation
Settings Preserved:
• System Configuration
• User Select Defaults
Debug port
• Option Configuration

Serial Cable DB9


P/N 1006-3900-000

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Software Upgrade
After software upgrade the
following must be preformed:
• Select the altitude *
• Select the drive gas*
• O2 Calibrations
• Calibrate Flow Sensors
• Calibrate Flow Valve
• Bleed Resistor Calibration
• Perform the Checkout
Procedure

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