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JOSTRA HL 20 Service Manual

JOSTRA HL 20

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JOSTRA HL 20

Contents

Contents

1 General

1.1

Purpose (Read this First)

1-1

1.2

Service

1-1

1.2.1

General

1-1

1.2.2

Hazard notices

1-1

1.2.3

Preventive maintenance

1-2

1.2.4

Functional check

1-2

1.2.5

To the responsible service personnel

1-2

1.3

Special Notes

1-3

1.4

Manuals

1-3

1.5

Definitions and Abbreviations

1-4

1.6

Location of Signs and Labels

1-6

2

Description

2.1

Introduction

2-1

2.2

Functional elements

2-2

2.2.1

Console

2-2

2.2.2

Module Access Bay

2-3

2.2.3

System Control Panel

2-4

2.2.4

System Monitor Unit

2-5

2.2.5

Pump Front Panel

2-6

2.3

Technical Data

2-7

2.3.1

Performance Standards

2-7

2.3.2

Console

2-7

2.3.3

Pumps

2-9

2.3.4

System Control Panel

2-10

2.3.5

Display Monitor

2-10

2.3.6

Air Bubble Detection

2-11

2.3.7

Ultrasonic Level Detection

2-11

2.3.8

Capacitive Level Detection

2-11

2.3.9

Temperature Measurement

2-12

2.3.10

Pressure Control

2-12

2.3.11

Input/Output devices

2-13

2.3.12

Heater Cooler Unit

2-13

2.3.13

JOCAP

2-14

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JOSTRA HL 20

3

Function

3.1

Principles of Operation

3-1

3.2

Mains and Battery Operation

3-2

3.2.1

Start Options of the HL 20

3-2

3.2.2

Voltage Display

3-3

3.2.3

Mains Operation

3-4

3.2.4

Battery Operation

3-4

3.2.5

Charging the Battery

3-6

3.3

System Control Panel (SCP)

3-7

3.4

System Monitor Unit (SMU)

3-10

3.5

Pumps

3-13

3.5.1

Single Head Pump (RPM)

3-13

3.5.2

Twin Head Pump (TPM)

3-19

3.6

Console

3-23

3.6.1

The Mains Power Supply

3-24

3.6.2

The Main Transformer

3-25

3.6.3

The Power Supply Board

3-27

3.6.4

The Battery

3-30

3.7

Modules

3-31

3.7.1

19" Rack and the Rear Panel Board

3-31

3.7.2

Power Supply Module (PSM)

3-35

3.7.3

Console Control Module (CCM)

3-36

3.7.4

Battery Charger Module (BCM)

3-40

3.7.5

Control Panel and HCU Interconnection Module (CHI)

3-42

3.7.6

Monitor Interface Module (MIM)

3-42

3.7.7

Air Bubble Detector Module (ABD)

3-45

3.7.8

Ultrasonic Level Detector Module (ULD)

3-49

3.7.9

Quad Temperature Module (QTM)

3-52

3.7.10

Dual Pressure Modules (DPM)

3-54

3.7.11

Air Emboli Protection Module (AEP)

3-57

3.7.12

Analog I/O Module (AIO)

3-60

3.7.13

Digital I/O Module (DIO)

3-63

3.8

Interconnection Overview

3-65

3.8.1

Power Distribution

3-65

3.8.2

Single Signal Paths

3-66

3.8.3

Digital Communication Path

3-68

JOSTRA HL 20

Contents

3.9

Interfaces

3-70

3.9.1

The ConsoleñPump Interface

3-71

3.9.2

The System Control Panel interface

3-72

3.9.3

The System Monitor Unit interface

3-73

3.9.4

The Console Control Module Interface

3-74

3.9.5

The Power Supply Module Interface

3-75

3.9.6

The Universal Module Interface

3-76

3.9.7

The Self Test and Operation Status Outputs

3-77

4

Trouble Shooting

4.1

Alarm Response

4-1

4.2

Alarm Tables

4-2

4.2.1

Console

4-2

4.2.2

Pump and Twin Pump

4-3

4.2.3

Bubble Module

4-4

4.2.4

Level Module

4-5

4.2.5

Pressure Module

4-6

4.2.6

Temperature Module

4-7

4.2.7

"Pulsatile" Module

4-8

4.3

Pumps

4-9

4.3.1

Reports on the Pump Flow Display

4-9

4.3.2

Reports in the Pump Window

4-9

4.3.3

In Case of Pump Error

4-10

4.4

Console

4-11

4.4.1

Mains Power Failure

4-11

4.4.2

Error Reports

4-11

4.4.3

Error Messages

4-12

4.4.4

Error Report EM7f

4-13

4.5

Modules

4-14

4.5.1

Bubble and Level Detection Errors

4-14

4.5.2

Pressure Module Errors

4-15

4.5.3

Temperature Module Errors

4-15

5

Maintenance

5.1

Cleaning and Disinfection

5-1

5.1.1

General

5-1

5.1.2

Pumps

5-1

5.1.3

Sensors

5-2

5.1.4

Jamming ON/OFF Buttons

5-2

Contents

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5.2

Preventive Maintenance

5-3

5.2.1

General

5-3

5.2.2

Preventive Maintenance Interval

5-3

5.2.3

Console mechanics

5-3

5.2.4

Pump mechanics

5-4

5.2.5

Pump electronics

5-4

5.2.6

System Control Panel and System Monitoring Unit

5-5

5.2.7

Battery back-up

5-5

5.2.8

Others

5-6

5.2.9

Electrical safety

5-6

5.2.10

Preventive Maintenance Checklist

5-7

5.3

Extensive Preventive Maintenance

5-9

5.3.1

General

5-9

5.3.2

Initial inspection

5-10

5.3.3

HL 20 Console

5-13

5.3.4

Single Pump

5-16

5.3.5

Belt Replacement, Single Pump

5-20

5.3.6

Twin Pump

5-21

5.3.7

Belts with Pulley Replacement, Twin Pump

5-23

5.3.8

Extensive Preventive Maintenance Checklist

5-26

6

Service

6.1

General

6-1

6.2

Operations Prior to Adjustment

6-2

6.2.1

Open/Close SCP/SMU

6-2

6.2.2

Install Pump

6-3

6.2.3

Remove Pump

6-3

6.2.4

Open/Close Pump

6-4

6.2.5

Open/Close Console

6-5

6.2.6

Remove Module

6-6

6.2.7

Open/Close Module

6-7

6.3

SCP Adjustments

6-7

6.3.1

SCP Time and Date Setting

6-7

6.4

SMU Adjustments

6-8

6.4.1

SMU Display Adjustments

6-8

6.5

Pump Adjustments

6-9

6.5.1

Tube Installation

6-9

6.5.2

Occlusion Setting

6-9

6.5.3

Flow Rate Calibration

6-9

6.5.4

Belt replacement

6-11

6.5.5

Optical Tachometer Board Ajustment

6-11

JOSTRA HL 20

Contents

6.6

Console Adjustments

6-11

6.6.1

Mast Angle

6-11

6.7

Module Adjustments

6-12

6.7.1

Power Percentage Adjustment ñ CCM

6-12

6.7.2

Dual Pressure Module

6-12

6.8

Check Procedures

6-13

6.8.1

Checklist

6-13

6.8.2

Pump Alarm ñ Check Procedures

6-21

6.9

Field Test Procedure

6-22

6.9.1

General

6-22

6.9.2

Initial Inspection

6-24

6.9.3

Battery Capacity

6-25

6.9.4

Pressure Channels Calibration

6-26

6.9.5

Stop Functions

6-27

6.9.6

Control Functions

6-28

6.9.7

Twin Pump Cardioplegia Slave Mode

6-33

6.9.8

Speed Accuracy

6-33

6.9.9

Pump Alarms

6-34

6.9.10

Timers

6-35

6.9.11

Temperature Module

6-35

6.9.12

Air Bubble Detector

6-36

6.9.13

Electrical Safety Test

6-37

6.9.14

User Setting Worksheet

6-38

6.9.15

Field Test Checklist

6-39

7

Installation

7.1

Unpacking

7-1

7.1.1

Transport Package

7-1

7.1.2

General Unpacking

7-1

7.1.3

Cleaning

7-1

7.2

Check after Installation

7-2

7.2.1

Consol mechanism

7-2

7.2.2

Total assembly

7-2

7.2.3

Pump mechanism

7-2

7.2.4

Pump electronics

7-3

7.2.5

System Control Panel and System Monitoring Unit

7-4

7.2.6

Battery backup

7-4

7.2.7

Others

7-4

7.2.8

Electrical safety

7-5

7.2.9

Formal handover

7-5

7.2.10

Installation Checklist

7-6

Contents

JOSTRA HL 20

A Appendix A

Description of the HL-20 Selftest

B Appendix B

Console Wiring Diagram

A-1

B-1

JOSTRA HL 20

1. General

1

General

1.1 Purpose (Read this First)

The purpose of this service manual is to describe the JOSTRA Heart Lung Machine HL 20 system in order to give understanding necessary for making checks after installation, adjustments, locating and repairing faults etc.

The manual covers:

ï Right and left oriented consoles

ï Two, four and five pump consoles

ï The monitoring modules including the System Control Panel and the System Monitoring Unit.

1.2 Service

1.2.1 General

Responsibility for the safe functioning of the equipment reverts to the owner or user in all cases in which service or repair has been done by a non-professional or by persons who are not employed by or authorized by MAQUET, and when the equipment is used for other than its intended purpose.

In addition to the Important information given here and in the related documents (e. g. in the User's Manual), always pay attention to applicable local and national regulations.

1.2.2 Hazard notices

Service by unqualified service engineer!local and national regulations. 1.2.2 Hazard notices WARNING Only service engineers trained and authorized by

WARNING

Only service engineers trained and authorized by MAQUET shall be permitted to perform installation, service or maintenance of the HL 20.

Service by an unqualified service engineer may result in injury to the technician, the patient, other personnel or may cause damage to the equipment.

ESD sensitive components!other per sonnel or may cause damage to the equipment. CAUTION When handling ESD-sensitive devices, established

CAUTION

damage to the equipment. ESD sensitive components! CAUTION When handling ESD-sensitive devices, established procedures

When handling ESD-sensitive devices, established procedures must be observed to prevent damage.

When working with ESD sensitive components, always use a grounded wrist band and a grounded work surface. Adequate service tools must always be used.

1. General

JOSTRA HL 20

Before disassembling or assembling of the HL 20, make sure that the:

ñ Main Power Switch switch is set to Off.

ñ Mains power cable is disconnected.

ñ The unit is cleaned according to instructions in the User's Manual.

With power supply connected to the HL 20, there are energized electrical components inside the unit. All personnel must exercise extreme caution if fault tracing or adjustments are performed with power supply connected.

1.2.3 Preventive maintenance

The HL 20 must be serviced at regular intervals by personnel trained and authorized by MAQUET. Refer to chapter ì5. Maintenanceî. Any maintenance or service must be noted in a log book provided.

1.2.4 Functional check

After any installation, maintenance or service intervention in the HL 20, perform functions checks according to instructions in chapter ì6. Serviceî.

1.2.5 To the responsible service personnel

ì6. Serviceî. 1.2.5 To the responsible service personnel The contents of this document are not bi

The contents of this document are not binding. If any significant difference is found between the product and this document, please contact MAQUET for further information.

We reserve the right to modify products without amending this document or advising the user.

Only personnel trained and authorized by MAQUET shall be permitted to perform installation, service or maintenance of the HL 20.

Only MAQUET genuine spare parts must be used. PC boards (spare parts) must always be kept in a package for sensitive electronic devices. MAQUET will not otherwise assume responsibility for the materials used, the work performed or any possible consequences of same.

Surface mounted components on the PC boards must not be replaced. The PC board is the only available spare part. The information in this manual regarding components on the PC boards is intended for troubleshooting only.

Many circuit boards have jumpers which require proper placement for correct operation. Verify jumper settings on new boards are identical with boards being replaced. If installing a newer revision board then contact MAQUET Technical Support for assistance.

Special waste. This product contains electronic and electrical components. Discard disposable, replaced and left-over parts in accordance with appropriate industrial and environmental standards.

JOSTRA HL 20

1. General

1.3 Special Notes

Pay attention to the special notes in the manual.

Danger of severe personal injury!Notes Pay attention to the special notes in the manual. WARNING An instruction or procedure, which

WARNING

An instruction or procedure, which if not carried out correctly, may result in injury to the technician, the patient or other personnel.

Danger of damage to the equipment!in injury to the technician, the patient or other personnel. CAUTION An instruction or procedure, whic

CAUTION

An instruction or procedure, which if not carried out correctly, may damage the equipment.

NOTE

Notes are used to provide important or explanatory information.

1.4 Manuals

The HL 20 comprises a number of units. Some of these have their own instruction manual and are therefore only described in brief in this manual.

Service documentation for the HL 20 consists of:

Manual

Contents

Userís Manual

Practical and functional description of the HL 20. The Userís Manual is an indispensable complement to the Service Manual for proper servicing.

Service Manual

This Manual. Includes a brief description of the HL 20 Self-test

Description of the HL 20 Self- test

Describes how to perform and evaluate all self-tests on the HL 20.

Spare Parts information

Spare Parts information is published in the HL 20 Spare Parts List.

1. General

JOSTRA HL 20

1.5 Definitions and Abbreviations

Mnemonic

Meaning

ABD

Air Bubble Detector

ABS

Air Bubble Sensor

ADC

Analogue to Digital Converter

AIO

Analogue In/Out Module

BCM

Battery Charger Module

CCB

Console Control Board

CCM

Console Control Module

CUED

The Control Unit Error Display. This is the display normally used for displaying the real time clock, but can display a Master Error Code or a Panel Error code. A master error is displayed in the form EMnn where nn is a hexadecimal error code - HEC. A panel error is displayed on the form EPnn where nn is a HEC.

DIO

Digital In/Out Module

DPM

Dual Pressure Module

External output

Output to an external device, such as a probe, a sensor or external equipment such as a computer or a recorder.

Front panel

The front panel of a unit. On the pump front panel means the tilted panel with flow knob and displays. On a module front panel means the panel with external equipment connections, intervention switches etc.

Group

A group is a pump or the monitoring system.

HEC

Hexadecimal Error Code. Refer to Description of the HL 20 Self-test for the used hexadecimal error codes.

MIM

Monitor Interface Module

MPU

Micro Processing Unit. Incorporates a microprocessor, some memory, serial and parallel in/out ports and more. Almost every unit in HL 20 contains an MPU.

MSG Display

The eight digit lower display on the pump's front panel which normally is displaying the pump mode and tube size, but also is used when stepping through the hierarchical menu.

ODU

With ODU means the connector on the bottom side of a pump and on the top side of the console connecting the pump to the system.

Output

Output from a unit to the HL 20 system.

PCB

Printed Circuit Board

PSB

Power Supply Board

PSM

Power Supply Module

PWM

Pulse Width Modulation/Modulated etc.

QTM

Quad Temperature Module

RP

Rear Panel board of the 19" rack

RPM Display

The four digit display on the pump's front panel, normally showing the pump speed in rpm or the calculated flow in lpm. This display is also used to report internal pump faults.

SCP

System Control Panel

JOSTRA HL 20

1. General

Mnemonic

Meaning

SMU

System Monitoring Unit Square wave signal Ultrasonic Level Detector Module A module, a pump, the SCP or the SMU

Sqw signal

ULD

Unit

Connectors are expressed as

Ln:a

where

L

is a letter - normally P

n

is a board unique connector number and

a

is a connector unique pin number

or

 

Ln:a-b

where

a-b

means all pins from pin a to pin b.

Example:

P1:3-4

means connector P1, pins 3 and 4

Test points

Abbreviations used for 0V:

0Vl = 0 V logic. To be used when measuring +5 V. 0Vm = 0 V monitor. To be used when measuring +24 V. 0Vp = 0 V pump. To be used when measuring +24 V. 0Vs = 0 V signal. To be used when measuring +12 V and -12 V.

1. General

JOSTRA HL 20

1.6 Location of Signs and Labels

This label is placed on the SCP, the SMU, on each module inside the Module
This label is placed on the SCP,
the SMU, on each module
inside the Module Access Door
and on the bottom side of each
Pump.
This label is placed to the right
inside the Module Access Door.

The HL 20 Rear Side

JOSTRA HL 20

2. Description

2

2.1

Description

Introduction

The Jostra Heart Lung Machine HL 20 is a modular equipment system for the regulation, control and monitoring of extracorporeal circulation.

The System Control Panel (SCP) contains all the controls necessary to run and monitor all system functions, except individual pump settings. External ECG signals and pressure traces, separate information windows for Cardioplegia and bypass timing, different data pages of programmed presets and digital input devices etc. can be displayed on the System Monitoring Unit (SMU).

Electronic modules for the supervision and control of various functions are installed in a Module Bay at the rear of the Console.

An integrated data collection system collects and records data from all the modules, and certain other external data inputs connected to the HL 20. This information is written to Memory Cards for later retrieval and analysis.

The HL 20 is available with either two, four or five pump bays. In each bay a single head pump or a twin head pump may be mounted. The SMU and SCP can be mounted at the left, right or centered above the pumps. On right or left oriented consoles, an integral writing surface folds down in front of the SCP.

More detailed information can be found in the User Manual.

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1. Console

2.

3.

4. System Control Panel (SCP)

Pump Module

Writing board

HL 20 Main Parts

5. System Monitoring Unit (SMU)

6.

7.

8. Module Access Bay (rear side of the Console)

Halogen lamp

Infusion masts

2. Description

JOSTRA HL 20

2.2 Functional elements

2.2.1

Console

The basic component of the HL 20 is the Console. It contains the complete power supply for the pumps, the monitoring system and the halogen lamps. The emergency battery power system is standard equipment on the HL 20 and is installed inside the Console. The individual supervisory modules are installed inside the Console and are accessible by opening the rear access door.

Console and are accessible by opening the rear access door. Front view 1. Main Switch 4.

Front view

1. Main Switch 4. Battery Charging Indicator Light 2. Monitoring System Switch 5. Individual Pump
1.
Main Switch
4. Battery Charging Indicator Light
2.
Monitoring System Switch
5. Individual Pump Power Switches
3.
Battery Operation Warning Light
6
Rear view
6.
Module Access Door

HL 20 Console Functional elements

JOSTRA HL 20

2. Description

2.2.2 Module Access Bay

The individual monitoring modules of the Jostra HL 20 Heart Lung Machine are installed in the Module Bay at the rear of the Console. Open the Module Access Door at the back of the Console for access to the modules.

MIM
MIM
4-pump version
4-pump version

Inside the module box

Under the transparent flap

2-pump version

1. Circuit-breaker for the distributor socket

2. Circuit-breakers for the pumps

3. Circuit-breaker for the Monitoring System

4. Main Circuit-breaker

5. System Ground

6. Circuit-breaker for the 24 V socket

7. Socket for an additional Halogen Lamp

(24V)

8. Power Supply Module

9. Air Emboli Protection Module (or Air Protection Module)

10. Blank

11. Quad Temperature Module

12. Analog In/Out Module

13. Dual Pressure Module, channel 1+2

14. Dual Pressure Module, channel 3+4

15. Console Control Module and Battery Charger Module

16. System Control Panel socket

17. Monitor Interface Module

18. Digital In/Out Module

19. Sockets for EGB and RCU

Monitoring modules on 2-pump and 4-pump versions.

2. Description

JOSTRA HL 20

2.2.3 System Control Panel

Switches and controls on the SCP are grouped into sections by function.

controls on the SCP are grouped into sections by function. System Control Panel SCP 2-4 Service

System Control Panel SCP

JOSTRA HL 20

2. Description

2.2.4 System Monitor Unit

The System Monitor Unit consists of a flat screen display and a keypad. The screen display is capable of displaying multiple pages of information including real-time ECG and pressure traces as well as multiple data pages.

The keys on the System Monitor Unit are used for recording events and switching to different displays

for recording events and switching to different displays Front view Side view 1. Flat Screen Display

Front view

events and switching to different displays Front view Side view 1. Flat Screen Display 8. Event

Side view

1. Flat Screen Display

8. Event keys

15.ECG Curve amplitude adj.

2. Fast button

9.

Clear button

16.Pressure Curve amplitude

3. Stop button

10.Enter button

adj.

4. Page Select button

11.OK LED

17.ECG Curve position adj.

5. Event Table button

12.COM LED

18.Pressure Curve position adj.

6. Recording ON button

13. (Not Used)

19.Memory Card slot

7. Recording OFF button

14.Screen Brightness adj.

System Monitor Unit and Screen Adjustments

2. Description

JOSTRA HL 20

2.2.5 Pump Front Panel

The RPM, RPM and TPM Pump Modules are intended to be used as components of the Jostra HL 20 Heart Lung Machine.

The RPM pump has a single pump head, and the TPM pump has two smaller heads in the same package. Each head of the TPM pump can be controlled independently, and the functions are the same as on the single head pump.

Various supervisory modules which monitor and control pump functions are built into the HL 20.

onitor and control pump functions are built into the HL 20. RPM Front Panel 1. Speed

RPM Front Panel

pump functions are built into the HL 20. RPM Front Panel 1. Speed Control Knob 2.

1. Speed Control Knob

2. Flow scale (LPM)

3. Speed scale (RPM)

4. Reverse buttons

5. Speed/Flow display

6. RPM/LPM button

7. RPM LED

TPM Front Panel

8. LPM LED

9. Monitoring module intervention

LEDs 10.Status display 11.Menu button 12.Set button 13.Reverse Safety button (only TPM)

JOSTRA HL 20

2. Description

2.3 Technical Data

2.3.1 Performance Standards

The Jostra HL 20 meets following standards:

ï IEC 60 601-1, IEC 60 601-1-1, IEC 60 601-1-2

ï Safety class: type B

ï Electrical safety: Class 1

ï Classification (MDD Annex IX): IIb

2.3.2 Console

General

Line voltage, nominal

230 VAC, 50-60 Hz. Can be optionally wired for 115 VAC, 60 Hz, 16 Amps.

Battery switch-over voltage

~ 196 VAC

Maximum current consumption

7 A

Power supply fuse

16 A

Main fuse

7 A

Pump fuses

16 A

Monitoring system fuse

16 A

Distributor socket fuse

12 A

Batteries

Two 12 V, 30 AH, gel-filled

Fuse for the halogen lamps

3 A

Operating temperature

10 C to 40 C (50 F to 104 F)

Storage temperature

0 C to 50 C (32 F to 122 F)

Dimensions (mm)

2-Pump consoles

Measurements: W D H

493 600 1485 (19 24 58 in.)

Weight

50 kg (110 lb.)

4-Pump consoles

Measurements: W D H

855 600 1485 (34 24 58 in.)

Weight

80 kg (176 lb.)

5-Pump consoles

Measurements: W D H

Weight

1036 600 1485 (41 24 58 in.)

96 kg (211 lb.)

2. Description

JOSTRA HL 20

All systems include:

Console control module

CCM

Power supply (DC to DC converter)

PSM

Internal Battery Charger

BCM

Halogen Spotlight

24 Volt

Console accessories

Top Shelf, 4-pump console

MTS

Top Shelf, 5-pump console

MTS

Cross Mast, 4-pump console

CRM

Cross Mast, 5-pump console

CRM

Venous Clamps

Venous clamp, standard

VCS

Venous clamp, fast-acting

VCQ

Gas flow meters: for supplying the oxygenator with gas mixture

Gas flow meter, 2 tubes

Gas flow meter, 3 tubes

Sechrist gas blender, 2 hose

Sechrist gas blender, 3 hose

Electronic gas blender, 2 hose

Console grounding cable

GFM O 2 : 0.2 to 15 LPM CO 2 : 0.1 to 2 LPM

GFM O 2 : 0.2 to 15 LPM CO 2 : 0.1 to 2 LPM O 2 /CO 2 : 0.2 to 15 LPM

SGB (O 2 /Air mixtures) O 2 /Air: 0.2 to 1 LPM and O 2 /Air: 2 to 10 LPM

SGB (O 2 /Air/CO 2 mixtures) CO 2 : 0.2 to 1.4 LPM O 2 /Air: 0.2 to 1 LPM and O 2 /Air: 2 to 10 LPM

EGB (O 2 /Air mixtures) O 2 /Air: 0.2 to 1 LPM and O 2 /Air: 2 to 10 LPM

CEC

JOSTRA HL 20

2. Description

2.3.3

Pumps

Single Head Roller Pumps:

Universal tubing clamp system

RPM

Insert tubing clamp system

RPM

Twin Head Roller Pumps:

TwinPump

TPM

Pump Accessories

Hand crank, single pump

HCS

Hand crank, TwinPump

HCT

Adjustment screwdriver

ASD

Pump Technical Data

The pumps conforms to:

ï IEC 60 601-1

ï Safety class: type B

ï Electrical safety: Class 1

ï Water protection: IP 64 (splashing water protected)

Specifications common to both single and TwinPump, unless noted.

Voltage supply

+24 V

Maximum Stalled Current

16 Amp at 24 V

Rotation Capabilities

Forward or reverse speed

0-250 RPM

Slave speed, single pump (± 5 RPM at 100 RPM master speed)

Cardioplegia slave speed , Twin Pump

80-120% of master

0.1% to 102% of master

RPM Display precision

±1 RPM

RPM Display resolution

1 RPM

Flow rates, single pumps

1/2" tubing

0-10 LPM

3/8" tubing

0-6.6 LPM

1/4" tubing

0-3.2 LPM

Flow rates, Twin Pump

1/4" tubing

0-1.5 LPM

Accuracy of LPM display

1/2" tubing

±0.15 LPM

3/8" tubing

±0.15 LPM

1/4" tubing

±0.018 LPM

2. Description

JOSTRA HL 20

Resolution of LPM display

1/2" tubing

0.1

LPM

3/8" tubing

0.1

LPM

1/4" tubing

0.01

LPM

Display range of Cardioplegia pump:

1/4" tubes

up

to 655 Liter

3/8" or 1/2" tubes

up

to 6 553 Liter

Time

up

to 65 535 Sec

Pulsatile RPM Pump Mode

(up to 18 hours)

Base flow range

0

to 100%

Pulse start range

0

to 60%

Pulse stop range

20

to 80%

Triggering range (external)

40

to 200 BPM

Triggering range (internal)

40

to 180 BPM

Upper pulse rate alarm

80

to 200 BPM

Lower pulse rate alarm

40

to 100 BPM

Trigger accuracy

Pulse Assist (weaning) mode

Max. deviation of flow in case of error

± 2 BPM

1:1, 1:2, 1:3

±10%

Max. tube diameter, single pump

5/8"

3/32" (20.6 mm)

Max. tube diameter, Twin Pump

1/4"

3/32" (8.8 mm)

Pump Measurements:

Single Pump L W H

180

375 270 mm

Twin Pump L W H

Weight

(7 15 10.6 In.)

180 375 285 mm

(7 15 11.2 In.)

Single pump

Approx.

18 kg (40 Lb.)

TwinPump

Approx.

14 kg (31 Lb.)

2.3.4 System Control Panel

System Control Panel (4 Pressure)

2.3.5 Display Monitor

System monitor unit

Includes 24 programmable event buttons

SCP

SMU

Screen type

EL

display

Resolution

640

400

Monitor interface module

MIM

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2. Description

2.3.6 Air Bubble Detection

Air Bubble Detector module

Module measurements L W H

ABD

175 70 130 mm (7 3 5 inches)

Sensitivity: Immediate pump stop: bubbles larger than 5 mm

Detection: bubbles larger than 300 µm

Tube sizes

1/4", 3/8", 1/2"

wall thickness range

1/16" to 3/32"

Ultrasonic energy at sensor

0.1 µWs

Bubble detector accessories

Air bubble sensor

ABS

Bubble sensor measurements L W H

90 45 38 mm (3.5 2 1.5 in.)

Ultrasonic gel

UGD

Bubble sensor holder

BSH

Sensor insert, BSI

1/4" 1/16" tube 1/4" 3/32" tube 3/8" 1/16" tube 3/8" 3/32" tube 1/2" 1/16" tube 1/2" 3/32" tube

2.3.7 Ultrasonic Level Detection

Level Detector Module

ULD

Energy emitted at sensor

1 µWs max.

Level Detector disposables

Level sensor holder

LSH

Ultrasound gel with dispenser

UGD

2.3.8 Capacitive Level Detection

Level Detector Module

AEP

Capacitive Level Sensor

CLS

Level Sensor Pad (disposables)

LSP

2. Description

JOSTRA HL 20

2.3.9 Temperature Measurement

Quad temperature module

Measurements, L W H

QTM

175 35 130 mm

(7 1.4 5 in.)

Display range

0

to 50 C

 

(32 to 122 F)

Resolution

0.1

C

Display refresh rate

1

Hz

Temperature measurement Accessories

Thermistor temperature probe, adult

TTP

Thermistor temperature probe, pediatric

TTP

Temperature Probe Box

TPB

Other probes available on request

2.3.10 Pressure Control

Dual pressure module

Measurements, L W H

Display

Range

Resolution

Accuracy

Linearity

DPM

175 35 130 mm

(7 1.4 5 in.)

- 997 to +997 mm Hg

1

1%

<

mm Hg of full scale

1% of full scale

Capture range

±150

mm Hg

Gain adjustment

±30%

Transducer current supply

Alarm range

Control loop precision

Reaction time

Pressure measurement accessories

Pressure transducer

(similar to Spectramed P 23 XL)

Measurement range

Pressure transducer holder

+5 Volt through full scale ±2 digits

5 seconds

EPT

-50 to 300 mm Hg

PTH

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2. Description

2.3.11 Input/Output devices

Analogue In / Out module

AIO

Input impedance all ports

10 k

Min. Input voltage for full-scale

±0.25 VDC

Max. Input voltage for full-scale (range internally adjustable)

±2.5 VDC

Pin allocation of the sockets, Analog In / Out Module

Input

Output

Input

Pin 1

ECG curve input

Pin 15

Pressure 2 curve output

Pin 2

Pressure curve input

Pin 16

Pressure 1 average output

Pin 3

Systolic pressure input

Pin 17

Pressure 2 average output

Pin 4

Diastolic pressure input

Pin 18

Temperature 1 output

Pin 5

Mean pressure input

Pin 19

Temperature 2 output

Pin 6

Free input

Pin 20

Temperature 3 output

Pin 7

Free input

Pin 21

Temperature 4 output

Pin 8

Free input

Pin 22

Arterial flow output

Pin 9

Circuit ground

Pin 23

Free output

Pin 10 -

Not connected

Pin 24

Circuit ground

13

Pin 14

Pressure 1 curve output

Pin 25

Ground

Digital Input-Output module

DIO

In general, the HL 20 can send and receive digital signals to any system with an industry standard input or output. Per customer request, the HL 20 will be configured to communicate with specific devices.

2.3.12 Heater Cooler Unit

Heater Cooler Unit

HCU

Remote control Unit for HCU 20-600

RCU

Remote control Cable

RCC

Water Supply tubing

WST

Blanket Connection Kit

BCK

Thermostatic water mixer

TWM

2. Description

JOSTRA HL 20

2.3.13

JOCAP

JOCAP Serial Reader

JSR

Software Package and User Manual included.

Computer requirements (PC 486 or compatible)

RAM

16

Mbyte

HDD

300

Mbyte

Windows

3.x

or 95

Connection

standard

serial RS232 port

JOCAP memory card, 512 Kb

JMC

Shock, water, HF and magnetic resistant. Contactless coupled.

Measurements

120 54 4 mm

(5 2 1/4 in.)

JOSTRA HL 20

3. Function

3

Function

3.1 Principles of Operation

The JOSTRA Heart Lung Machine HL 20 consists of four main parts

ï System Control Panel (SCP)

ï System Monitoring Unit (SMU)

ï Pumps (2, 4 or 5)

ï Console

ñ Power Supply

ñ Control Modules

The SCP is the system main computer as well as the userís main interface to the HL 20 system. It communicates with the SMU, the pumps and the modules via the central databus (DINBUS). Individual pump settings are however made on each pump.

The Monitoring Modules DPM, AEP, ULD and ABD can influence any required pump.

See the other sections of this manual for details.

pump. See the other sections of this manual for details. The HL 20 Block Diagram Revision

The HL 20 Block Diagram

3. Function

JOSTRA HL 20

3.2 Mains and Battery Operation

3.2.1 Start Options of the HL 20

The HL 20 system is started with the ON/OFF button (1). The system monitoring units (2) and the pumps (5) can be switched ON/OFF separately with the corresponding ON/OFF buttons.

The system monitoring units are the SCP, the SMU and all control modules except the CCM

are the SCP, the SMU and all control modules except the CCM 1. Main Switch 2.

1. Main Switch

2. Monitoring System Switch

3. Battery Operation Warning Light

HL 20 ON/OFF buttons and indicators

4. Battery Chargin Indicator Light

5. Individual Pump Power Switches

The buttons 1,2 and 5 are lit when ON and mains supply is available. When mains supply is not available and the machine is run on batteries, button 1 is not lit. The indicator 3 is lit at power failure and the indicator 4 is lit at battery charge.

JOSTRA HL 20

3. Function

3.2.2 Voltage Display

On the Console

The Battery Power Control indicator is illuminated at power failure and as long as the line power is out.

The Battery Charge Control indicator is illuminated as long as the batteries are charging.

On the SCP

as long as the batteries are charging. On the SCP 1. Voltage Display 2. Battery Voltage

1. Voltage Display

2. Battery Voltage button

Console power information on the SCP.

Battery Voltage button Console power information on the SCP. 3. Power Control indicators 4. Alarm OFF

3. Power Control indicators

4. Alarm OFF button

During normal operation, line voltage as a percent of nominal is displayed in the Voltage Display (1). The Power Control indicator (3) îMainsî is illuminated.

When the HL 20 is switched to battery operation

ï Voltage Display (1) begins to blink and battery voltage is displayed

ï Power Control indicator (3) îBatteryî is illuminated

ï An acoustic alarm sounds.

The alarm can be switched OFF by pressing the Alarm OFF button (4).

Battery voltage can be checked at any time by pressing the Battery Voltage button (2). Battery voltage in volts will be displayed as long as the button is pressed.

3. Function

JOSTRA HL 20

3.2.3 Mains Operation

The HL 20 is designed to operate from conventional 220 to 240 (optionally 110 to 120) V AC. When operating in this mode, line voltage as a percent of nominal is displayed in the Console window on the SCP.

That is, when 230 VAC (or optional 100-120 VAC) is detected by the system, 100% is displayed in the window. The lamp next to "Mains" is illuminated, showing that the system is operating from Mains or line power.

3.2.4 Battery Operation

The power supply in the CCM constantly monitors input voltage. If the line voltage falls below 85 % ± 5 % of the nominal voltage, the HL 20 unit is automatically switched to battery operation.

The Console display on the SCP begins to blink, the "Battery" lamp on the SCP is illuminated and an acoustic alarm sounds. The alarm can be switched OFF by pressing the button with the blinking loudspeaker logo on the SCP. The voltage display blinks, battery voltage is displayed and the "Battery" lamp on the SCP is illuminated as long as the system is in battery operation. The Battery Power Control indicator on the Console is lit.

The Battery Power Control indicator on the Console is lit. WARNING Battery Power. Battery Power is

WARNING

Battery Power.

Battery Power is not available if the Main Switch is OFF.

If adequate mains power is restored, the system automatically switches back to mains.

The battery system on the HL 20 will run the complete system; all pumps, supervisory modules, monitoring and recording continue to function completely in case of power outage.

JOSTRA HL 20

3. Function

Battery Operation Time

The following diagram[CE1] shows the drop of voltage during the discharging process. Fully charged batteries have a voltage of about 27.4 volts.

Fully charged batteries have a voltage of about 27.4 volts. 27.4V Battery-voltage curve during battery back-up
27.4V
27.4V

Battery-voltage curve during battery back-up mode

The battery voltage drops relatively slowly at the beginning of battery operation. As the battery becomes exhausted, the voltage drops more rapidly.

The CCM monitors the battery voltage during battery operation.

When the voltage has dropped to 23 volts, there is only enough power for a few more minutes of operation. The system warns the operator of the impending halt by sounding an acoustic alarm. A double beep sounds which cannot be silenced and the Battery Operation Warning Lamp on the console blinks.

When the battery voltage drops to 19.2 volts, operation of the pump motors becomes unpredictable, and the system halts. At this point, a continuous tone is heard, which can be switched off only by switching the Main Switch OFF.

Battery operation time depends on

ï the condition of the batteries (age and charge)

ï the load powered by the batteries.

The total length of battery operation time of the complete system (one arterial pump at 4 LPM, three sucker pumps 50 RPM, display and monitoring) is approximately 1.5 hours.

3. Function

JOSTRA HL 20

However; in an extended power outage (power failure), an early decision to shut down non-critical pumps can significantly extend the battery operation time. The perfusionist should plan to balance battery operation time against pump requirements in case of power failure of uncertain duration. The following table is intended to be a rough guide to the relative amount of power consumed during battery operation of an HL 20 using two pumps only.

Relative Power Consumption:

Arterial Pump (3/8" tube, 4 LPM, 21 C blood, 100 mm Hg)

53%

Sucker Pump (3/8" tube, 1 LPM)

30%

System usage, complete

11%

Halogen lamp

6%

To ensure maximum available battery capacity, the batteries should be replaced every two years. See Maintenance.

3.2.5 Charging the Battery

The battery is automatically charged whenever the HL 20 is connected to line voltage and the Main Switch on the front of the Console is switched ON. If the batteries are being charged, the yellow Battery Charging Lamp on the Console is illuminated.

yellow Battery Charging Lamp on the Console is illuminated. WARNING Do not cover the console when

WARNING

Do not cover the console when connected to the mains.

The batteries may overheat during charging if air circulation is restricted.

Fully discharged batteries require about 15 hours to recharge. During overnight charging, plug the HL 20 in to line voltage, switch ON the Main Switch, and switch OFF each individual pump module.

JOSTRA HL 20

3. Function

3.3 System Control Panel (SCP)

The SCP is the HL 20 users main interface and houses the system main computer. It communicates with every smart module (module with MPU) in the HL 20 system. The user can make input via the different SCP control buttons and get information like various measurements, limits, alarms, overrides and errors.

The SCP consists of two boards:

ï Display Board

ï Master Panel Board

and errors. The SCP consists of two boards: ï Display Board ï Master Panel Board Revision

3. Function

JOSTRA HL 20

3. Function JOSTRA HL 20 Display Board IC5 IC15 PP PM Master Panel Board 3-8 Service
3. Function JOSTRA HL 20 Display Board IC5 IC15 PP PM Master Panel Board 3-8 Service
Display Board IC5 IC15 PP PM
Display Board
IC5
IC15
PP
PM

Master Panel Board

JOSTRA HL 20

3. Function

Jumper Settings

Verify jumper settings on new boards are identical with boards being replaced. If installing a newer revision board then contact MAQUET Technical Support for assistance.

Test Points

TP0

Ground

TP1

Ground

TP2

+5V DC

TP3

+12V DC

TP5

+5V DC adjusted with Pot 1 ±5mV

TP6

+5V DC adjusted with Pot 2 ±5mV

TP7

+5V DC

TP8

Ground

TP9

Protective earth

Fuses

F1

1 A

F2

4 A

Surface mounted components must not be replaced. The PC board is the only available spare part. The information above is intended for troubleshooting only.

Wiring

Cable

Connected

Panel cable

running through a mast to the connector on the Rack.

3. Function

JOSTRA HL 20

3.4 System Monitor Unit (SMU)

The main task of the SMU is to display signals and measurements like:

ï the arterial pulsatile pump curve

ï the cardioplega window(s)

ï external signals from the DIO if programmed to.

ï ECG and pressure curves if connected to the AIO

It also handles:

ï sending R-trig signal to the SCP

ï accepting data from user to record into JOCAP

The JOCAP recorder is mounted inside the SMU. Several push buttons on the SMU front is designated for the JOCAP system.

the SMU. Several push buttons on the SMU front is designated for the JOCAP system. 3-10

JOSTRA HL 20

3. Function

JOSTRA HL 20 3. Function Monitor Board Jumper Settings Verify jumper settings on new boards ar

Monitor Board

Jumper Settings

Verify jumper settings on new boards are identical with boards being replaced. If installing a newer revision board then contact MAQUET Technical Support for assistance.

Test Points

TP1

Protective earth

TP2

+5V ref.

TP3

0Vs

TP4

0Vl

TP5

+5V DC

TP6

+12V DV

TP7

-12V DC

TP8

VSYNC

TP9

HSYNC

TP10ñTP12

R-trig adjustment

3. Function

JOSTRA HL 20

Fuses

F1

4 A

F2

1 A

F3

1 A

F4

4 A

Surface mounted components must not be replaced. The PC board is the only available spare part. The information above is intended for troubleshooting only.

Wiring

Cable

Connected

Monitor cable

running through a mast to the MIM.

JOSTRA HL 20

3. Function

3.5 Pumps
3.5
Pumps

3.5.1 Single Head Pump (RPM)

P6
P6

Front Panel Board

Front Panel Board

JMP 1

closed

Note:

Jumper 1 can be removed to silence the pump while doing service.

P6

to connect the service terminal when running self test

3. Function

JOSTRA HL 20

3. Function JOSTRA HL 20 Motor Control Board (on pumps delivered before june 1996) Motor Control

Motor Control Board (on pumps delivered before june 1996)

Motor Control Board (on pumps delivered before June 1996)

JMP 2

closed

Test Points

Motor Control Board (on pumps delivered before June 1996)

TP0

Ground

TP1

Ground

TP2

Check for +5.1 ±0.1V

TP3

Check for +12 ±0.5V

TP4

Check for -12 ±0.5V

Motor Control Module 1 (on pumps delivered before june 1996)
Motor Control Module 1 (on pumps delivered before june 1996)

JOSTRA HL 20

3. Function

Test Points

Motor Control Module 1 (on pumps delivered before June 1996)