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PDF Content Summary: SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS (For latest revision, go to http://www.precisionmedical.com) Federal (USA) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician. Tel: (+001) 610-262-6090 Fax: (+001) 610-262-6080 300 Held Drive Toll Free Tel: 800-272-7285 Northampton Pa 18067 (USA) Toll Free Fax: 800-353-1240 ISO 13485 Certified http://www.precisionmedical.com USER MANUAL CONTENTS RECEIVING/INSPECTION ....................................................................... 2 INTENDED USE ....................................................................................... 2 OPERATOR PROFILE ............................................................................. 2 READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING ........................................ 2 SAFETY INFORMATION - WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS ....................... 2 SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................5 COMPONENT DESCRIPTION ................................................................. 6 OXYGEN MONITOR IDENTIFICATION .............................................. 6 OXYGEN MONITOR LCD DISPLAY IDENTIFICATION ...................... 8 OXYGEN SENSOR COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION ....................... 9 BATTERY INSTALLATION ..................................................................... 10 BATTERY INSTALLATION DIAGRAM .............................................. 10 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................... 10 QUICK SETUP GUIDE ...................................................................... 11 SENSOR INSTALLATION ................................................................. 11 CALIBRATION ................................................................................... 12 EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE: ............................................................ 12 EFFECTS OF ELEVATION/BAROMETRIC PRESSURE CHANGE ...... 12 EFFECTS OF HUMIDITY: ...................................................................... 13 EFFECT OF PRESSURE: ...................................................................... 13 EFFECTS OF ANESTHETIC GASES: ..................................................13 ALARMS ................................................................................................. 14 TO SET ALARM: ............................................................................... 14 ALARM SITUATION: ......................................................................... 15 CLEANING ............................................................................................. 15 MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................... 16 SENSOR REPLACEMENT ............................................................... 16 BATTERY REPLACEMENT .............................................................. 16 RETURNS .............................................................................................. 16 DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................. 16 TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................... 17 ALARM CONDITIONS ............................................................................ 18 REPLACEMENT PARTS ........................................................................ 18 ACCESSORIES...................................................................................... 18 1 RECEIVING/INSPECTION Remove the Precision Medical Oxygen Monitor from the packaging and inspect for damage. If there is any damage, DO NOT USE and contact your Provider. INTENDED USE Precision Medical, Inc. Oxygen Monitor provides continuous, direct monitoring of oxygen mixtures in a wide variety of medical applications such as anesthesiology (e.g., anesthesia machines), respiratory devices (e.g., respirators, ventilators, pediatric incubators), and oxygen therapy (e.g., oxygen tents). OPERATOR PROFILE The oxygen monitor is to be used by trained healthcare professionals under the supervision, or on the order, of a physician in a hospital (or other clinical setting). The Precision Medical, Inc. Oxygen Monitor is not intended for transport use. This device is not an oxygen supply source. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING This manual instructs a Professional to install and operate the Oxygen Monitor. This is provided for your safety and to prevent damage to the Oxygen Monitor. If you do not understand this manual, DO NOT USE the Oxygen Monitor and contact your Provider. SAFETY INFORMATION - WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS DANGER Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. WARNING Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. CAUTION Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. CAUTION Used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage. Direct current. PM5900 WITH RESPECT TO ELECTRICAL SHOCK, FIRE AND MECHANICAL HAZARDS ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH UL60601-1, IEC60601-1, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1 Symbol indicates the device complies with the requirements of Directive 93/42/EEC concerning medical devices and all applicable International Standards. 2 Follow instructions for use General Mandatory Action Sign Calibration Calibration Failed Audio Alarm Paused Low Battery Check Locked Oxygen Sensor Pass This device may contain electrical components that are hazardous to the environment. DO NOT dispose device into standard trash. Contact your local waste management for disposal of Electronic Equipment. Caution! U.S. Federal Law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician. Liquid ingress protection - Dripping water (vertically falling drops) shall have no harmful effect on the device when mounted in an upright position. 3 4 DANGER This product is not intended as a life-sustaining or life-supporting device. WARNING • Only trained, qualified medical personnel under the direct supervision of a licensed physician should operate the Oxygen Monitor. • Use this Oxygen Monitor only for its intended use as described in this manual. • Medical Oxygen should meet the requirements of USP. • Always follow ANSI and CGA standards for Medical Gas Products, Flowmeters, and Oxygen Handling. • The Oxygen Monitor should be serviced by a qualified hospital/dealer service technician, or by Precision Medical, Inc. • DO NOT obstruct the alarm grill on the back of the Oxygen Monitor. • DO NOT use near any type of flame or flammable/ explosive substances, vapors or atmosphere. • DO NOT allow an excess length of cable near the patient’s head or neck, this could result in strangulation. Secure excess cable to bed rail or suitable object. • DO NOT use Oxygen Monitor with a cable that appears worn, cracked or has damaged insulation. • Never install the sensor in a location that will expose the sensor to patient’s exhaled breath or secretions, unless you intend to dispose of the sensor, flow diverter and tee adapter. • Improper use of this device can cause inaccurate oxygen measurements • Device intended for use with dry gas only. • Before use, all individuals who will be using the Oxygen Monitor must become thoroughly familiar with the information contained in this Operation Manual. Strict adherence to the operating instructions is necessary for safe, effective product performance. This product will perform only as designed if installed and operated in accordance with the manufacturer’s operating instructions. • Use only genuine Precision Medical Inc. accessories and replacement parts. Failure to do so may seriously impair the analyzer’s performance. Repair of this equipment must be performed by a qualified service technician. • Calibrate the Oxygen Monitor weekly when in operation, or if environmental conditions change significantly. (i.e., Elevation, Temperature, Pressure, Humidity. • Use of the Oxygen Monitor near devices that generate electrical fields may cause erratic readings. • Although the sensor of this device has been tested with various anesthesia gases including nitrous oxide, Halothane, Isoflurane, Enflurane, Sevoflurane and Desflurane and found to have acceptably low interference, the device in entirety (including electronics) is not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide. Only the threaded sensor face, flow diverter, and “T” adapter may be allowed to contact such a gas mixture. • No modification of this equipment is allowed. SPECIFICATIONS Base Device Specifications Dimensions (Monitor without cable and sensor attached): Length: 1.72” (4.36 cm) Width: 3.56” (9.04 cm) Height: 5.44” (13.82 cm) Cable Length: 10 ft. (3.05m) (fully extended) Weight: Device Weight: 1.11 lbs (0.50 kg) (includes: monitor, sensor, batteries and cable) Shipping Weight: 1.64 lbs (0.75 kg) Operating Conditions: Temperature: 50oF- 113oF (10oC - 45oC) Altitude: Sea Level to 8000 feet Storage Conditions: Temperature: 5°F - 122°F (-15°C- 50°C) Humidity: 0 - 95% non-condensing Power Requirements: 4, AA Alkaline Batteries (4 x 1.5 Volts) 6 VDC Battery Life: approximately 2000 hours (continuous use non-alarm condition) Diverter Fitting: fits industry standard, 15 mm “T” adapter Measurement Range: 0.0 - 100% Resolution: 0.1 Increments Accuracy & Linearity: ± 1% of full scale at constant temperature, R.H. and pressure when calibrated at full scale Total Accuracy: ± 3.0% Actual Oxygen Level over full operating temperature range Response Time: 90% of final value in less than 12 seconds at 77°F (25oC) Warm-up Time: none required CAUTION • The Oxygen Monitor contains magnetic, ferrous material that may affect the results of an MRI. • Store the Oxygen Monitor in a clean, dry area when not in use. • DO NOT use if dirt or contaminants are present on or around this Oxygen Monitor or connecting devices. • DO NOT smoke in an area where oxygen is being administered. • DO NOT clean with aromatic hydrocarbons. • DO NOT steam autoclave. • DO NOT gas sterilize with (EtO) Ethylene Oxide. • DO NOT immerse Oxygen Monitor or Sensor in liquid. 5 Classifications Protection against electric shock: Internally powered equipment Protection against water: IPX1 (Drip Proof) Mode of Operation: Continuous Sterilization: Non-Sterile Device Flammable anesthetic mixture: Not suitable for use in presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture Low Battery Indication: Low battery icon displayed on graphics screen, and audible alarm Alarm System: High/low alarms, respective flashing red LEDs and graphics, 68db audible alarm @ 1 meter Low Alarm Range: *15% - 99% Oxygen (*Requires extra action to set below 18%) High Alarm Range: 18% - 100% Oxygen High Alarm De-Activation Setting: Above 100% (“---” will appear ) Alarm Accuracy: Displayed value +/- 0.1 Patient Contact: Indirect contact via gas passing through sensor sampling site. Sensor Specifications Sensor Type Precision Medical 504877 galvanic oxygen sensor (fuel cell) Expected Sensor Life > 1,000,000 O2 % Hours Specifications are subject to change without notice. COMPONENT DESCRIPTION OXYGEN MONITOR IDENTIFICATION High Alarm Set Up Down Low Alarm Set On/OFF Lock / Unlock Sensor Cable Connector Calibrate Audio Alarm Paused 6 High Alarm LED Low Alarm LED ITEM NAME DESCRIPTION Power Key The Power Key turns the Oxygen Monitor ON and OFF. The Lock/Unlock Key must be pressed to unlock the Oxygen Monitor, before being powered OFF. Lock / Unlock Key Pressing the Lock/Unlock Key will “Unlock” the keypad, so changes in the stored settings can be made. When pressing the key to “Lock” the Oxygen Monitor disables the key pad, and no changes can be made. Alarm Silence Key In alarm condition, pressing the Audio Alarm Paused Key will deactivate the audible alarm for 120 seconds. The visual alarm will continue to display. General Alarm Calibration Key Pressing the Calibration Key calibrates the Oxygen Monitor with air or oxygen. Low Alarm Key Pressing Low Alarm Key when the keypad is unlocked, the Low Alarm set point will flash. The Low Alarm setting can be adjusted with the UP/DOWN keys. When the Low Alarm value is changed, pressing the key will save the setting. The Oxygen Monitor will also save the setting and revert to normal operation if no keys are pressed within 10 seconds. The Low Alarm Set is adjustable down to 18% Oxygen. NOTE: Factory Preset = 18% Oxygen. Low Alarm LED During a Low Alarm condition, the red LED will flash accompanied by the triple pulse audible alarm. 7 ITEM NAME DESCRIPTION High Alarm Key Pressing the High Alarm Key when the keypad is unlocked, the high alarm set point will flash. The high alarm setting can be adjusted with the UP/ DOWN keys. When the high alarm value is changed, pressing the key will save the setting. The Oxygen Monitor will also save the setting and revert to normal operation if no keys are pressed within 10 seconds. The High Alarm Set is adjustable up to 100% Oxygen. To disable the HIGH Alarm, raise the HIGH Alarm setting above 100%. Dashes (---) will be displayed next to the UP key on the LCD display. NOTE: When the High alarm is disabled dashes (---) will appear next to the UP key on the LCD display, the Low alarm will still function. NOTE: Factory Preset = 50% Oxygen. High Alarm LED During a High Alarm condition, the red LED will flash accompanied by the triple pulse audible alarm. Up / Down Keys The Up/Down Keys are used in conjunction with the alarm set keys. Pressing either of these keys will change the alarms set points by 1% increments or 5% if held down continuously. Sensor Cable Connector Cable Interface connection between Oxygen Monitor and Oxygen Sensor Cable. OXYGEN MONITOR LCD DISPLAY IDENTIFICATION High Alarm Set Point Measured Gas Calibration Mode High Alarm Indicator Oxygen Concentration Calibration Failed Mandatory Action Check Sensor Locked Indicator Calibration Passed Low Alarm Set Point Low Alarm Indicator Audio Alarm Paused Low Battery Indicator 8 OXYGEN SENSOR COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION Coiled Cable Locking Ring Oxygen Sensor Diverter Fitting Tee Adaptor ITEM NAME DESCRIPTION Coiled Cable with Male Plugs The Coiled Cable allows the Sensor to be positioned up to 10 ft from the side of the Oxygen Monitor. There are Male Plugs at each end of the Coiled Cable. Locking Ring Male Plugs have Locking Rings and must be engaged when in use. Oxygen Sensor Galvanic Oxygen Sensor Diverter Fitting Fitting used to connect to the Oxygen Source. Tee Adaptor The Tee Adaptor is used to connect the Oxygen Sensor and Diverter Fitting to an oxygen pathway circuit. 2 Note: The Tee Adaptor is intended for single patient use only. 9 BATTERY INSTALLATION CAUTION Use ONLY AA Alkaline Batteries. 1. Press down the center, top edge of the battery cover and slide down. 2. Remove old batteries, if applicable. 3. Install 4 AA Alkaline Batteries, and follow the diagram stamped in the bottom of the battery compartment. 4. Slide the battery cover back into position until the cover snaps on to the Monitor. BATTERY INSTALLATION DIAGRAM Mounting Block AA Batteries (x4) OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS CAUTION Inspect the Oxygen Monitor, Sensor and Cable for visual damage before use, DO NOT USE if damaged. WARNING Read this User Manual before installing or operating the Oxygen Monitor. Alarm Grill Battery Compartment Cover 10 QUICK SETUP GUIDE 1. Install 4 AA Alkaline Batteries. 2. Connect the Oxygen Sensor and Diverter Fitting. 3. Connect the Coiled Cable. 4. Calibrate the Oxygen Monitor. 5. Set the High/Low Alarms. SENSOR INSTALLATION CAUTION • Inspect the Oxygen Sensor and Diverter Fitting for visual damage or electrolyte leakage before use. DO NOT USE if damaged. • Use ONLY an Oxygen Sensor specified by Precision Medical, Inc. • The Oxygen Sensor should not be used in the presence of flammable anesthetics such as Diethyl Ether or Cyclopropane WARNING • DO NOT attempt to open or repair the Oxygen Sensor. • The Sensor electrolyte is corrosive, and contains lead. • DO NOT let it come in contact with the skin. If it does, flush affected area with water. • Check the Sensor regularly for leaks. If the Sensor is leaking, replace with NEW Sensor. Leaking or used Sensors should be handled and disposed of in accordance with local regulations. • An MSDS is available from Precision Medical, Inc. • If the Oxygen Sensor is used in breathing circuits, the Diverter must be attached to the Sensor and must be used with the Tee Adapter. • The Oxygen Sensor must be installed before the Oxygen Monitor can be operated. 1. Screw the Diverter to the bottom of the Oxygen Sensor, tighten until snug. 2. If using the Tee Adapter, attach to the Diverter. 3. Insert the one end of the Coiled Cable into the top of the Sensor, and secure by tightening the Locking Ring, until snug. 4. Insert the other end of the Coiled Cable into the Sensor Cable Connection located on the right side of the Oxygen Monitor. Secure it in place by tightening the Locking Ring, until snug. 5. Wait approximately 20 minutes for the NEW Sensor to stabilize to the environment. 6. Calibrate the Oxygen Monitor with the NEW Sensor. 11 12 CAUTION 1. Calibrate the Oxygen Monitor before each use, and when replacing the Oxygen Sensor or the batteries. 2. The Precision Medical Oxygen Monitor can only be calibrated accurately using 100% Oxygen or 20.9% Oxygen (Room Air). Using any other concentration will result in inaccurate readings. 3. Air calibration is not recommended unless the Sensor can be exposed to a known source of clean air. Hospital room air is often enriched with excess oxygen. 4. Calibrate the Oxygen Monitor at a pressure and flow similar to your clinical application. 5. Before calibrating the Oxygen Monitor, the oxygen concentration readout should be stable and not drifting more than 0.2%. 6. DO NOT calibrate the Oxygen Monitor in humidified gas, as water vapor makes the oxygen concentration appear lower than the actual value. CALIBRATION 1. Place the Sensor with Diverter and Plastic Tee attached into the gas stream of 100% USP Oxygen or room air. The highest accuracy is achieved when using 100% USP Oxygen at a constant pressure and flow. 2. Wait at least 20 seconds or more for the oxygen to purge the line. 3. Turn the Oxygen Monitor “ON” by pressing the POWER key. 4. Let the oxygen concentration display stabilize, the readout should not drift more than 0.2%. 5. Press the key to UNLOCK the keys. 6. Press the CAL key. The display will show “@ 21%” or “@ 100%” oxygen. When “DONE” appears, the calibration is complete. The Oxygen Concentration will be displayed in a gas percent value. Press LOCK/UNLOCK to save the calibration data. If no keys are pressed within 3 seconds, the setting will be saved, and the keypad will be locked. 7. Remove the Oxygen Sensor from the oxygen supply and confirm that the display reads between 19-22% Oxygen in room air. EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE To minimize temperature effects: 1. In a breathing circuit, place the Oxygen Sensor upstream of the heater. 2. Allow time for the Oxygen Sensor to stabilize to its new room temperature. 3. Perform the calibration procedure at a temperature close to or similar to your clinical application EFFECTS OF ELEVATION/BAROMETRIC PRESSURE CHANGES This device does not automatically compensate for changes in barometric pressure. Calibration of the Monitor shall be performed when elevation at which the device is being used changes more than 500 feet. EFFECTS OF HUMIDITY: High Moisture levels will dilute the oxygen concentration, decreasing the concentration of oxygen being monitored by the Oxygen Sensor. High humidity can cause condensation to collect on the Oxygen Sensor, obstructing the passages and reducing the effectiveness of the Oxygen Sensor. CAUTION To reduce the effects of humidity on the Sensor: • DO NOT USE the Oxygen Sensor in environments with greater than 95% humidity. • Place the Oxygen Sensor upstream from the humidifier in a breathing circuit. EFFECT OF PRESSURE: CAUTION The Oxygen Monitor is not equipped with automatic barometric pressure compensation. When the Oxygen Sensor is placed in a breathing circuit, the alternating “breathing” pressure cycles will be sensed as an increase in oxygen concentration. The concentration is not actually changing, but it appears to be due to the change in pressure. The following recommendation is provided to reduce the chances of pressure causing false readings. Calibrate the Precision Medical Oxygen Monitor using 100% Oxygen or room air at the same pressure and flow as the gas to be monitored. EFFECTS OF ANESTHETIC GASES: ANESTHETIC AGENT TEST CONCENTRATION Oxygen CONCENTRATION ERROR Helium 50%, Balance Oxygen 0% Nitrous Oxide 80%, Balance Oxygen 0% Carbon Dioxide 10%, Balance Oxygen 0% Halothane 4% <1.5% Oxygen* Enflurane 5% <1.5% Oxygen* Isoflurane 5% <1.5% Oxygen* Sevoflurane 5% <1.5% Oxygen* Desflurane 15% <1.5% Oxygen* Test mixture = 30% O2, balance 70% N2O except where noted. 13 * Errors may vary based on concentrations and exposure times. These results meet or exceed the requirements of ISO 7767 and DIN EN 12598. CAUTION The Oxygen Sensor should not be used in the presence of flammable anesthetics such as Diethyl Ether or Cyclopropane. ALARMS The Precision Medical Oxygen Monitor will store the HIGH/LOW alarm settings in memory after the Oxygen Monitor is turned “OFF”. The Oxygen Monitor is designed to prevent crossing of the HIGH/LOW alarm settings. The LOW alarm cannot be set above the HIGH alarm and the High alarm cannot be set below than the LOW alarm. Operator’s Position - Visual alarms are best viewed at a distance of 3 feet (1m) or less from the Oxygen Monitor along with the following conditions; – the Operator has a visual acuity of 0 on the logMAR scale or 6-6 (20/20) vision(corrected if necessary), – the viewpoint is at the Operator’s Position or at any point within an angle of 30° to the axis horizontal to the center of the plane of the monitoring display, and – the ambient luminance in the range of 100 lx to 1 500 lx. TO SET ALARMS WARNING Do Not set alarm limits to extreme values that can render the alarm system useless. 1. With the Power key ON. 2. Press the LOCK/UNLOCK key. 3. To set the HIGH Alarm: Press the HIGH ALARM SET key once. Press the UP and DOWN arrow keys until the desired value is displayed next to the Up arrow in the upper right corner of the display. Continuously pressing the arrow keys will move the value in increments of 5. Press the HIGH ALARM SET key to save the setting. Flashing Number indicates the Number can be changed. If no keys are pressed for 10 seconds, the setting will be saved and the Oxygen Monitor will revert to locked mode. 4. To set the LOW Alarm: Press the LOW ALARM SET key once. Press the UP and DOWN arrow keys until the desired value is displayed next to the Down arrow in the lower right corner of the display. Continuously pressing the arrow keys will move the value in increments 14 of 5. Press the LOW ALARM SET key to save the setting. Flashing Number indicates the Number can be changed. If no keys are pressed for 10 seconds, the setting will be saved and the Oxygen Monitor will revert to locked mode. To set the LOW Alarm below 18%: Press the LOW ALARM SET key once. Press the DOWN arrow key until 18% is displayed. Press and hold the LOCK/UNLOCK key down and press the DOWN arrow key to set the lower limit and then release LOCK/UNLOCK key. 5. Lock the display by pressing the LOCK/UNLOCK key. 6. To disable the HIGH Alarm, raise the HIGH Alarm setting above 100%. “---” will be displayed next to the Up arrow on the display. The LOW alarm will still function while the HIGH alarm is disabled. ALARM SITUATION: During a HIGH or LOW alarm. 1. Triple pulse alarm sounds. 2. LED will flash. 3. Alarm Low/High set point will flash. 4. UP or DOWN Arrow will turn dark. Pressing the Alarm Silent key will deactivate the audible alarm for 120 seconds. If the alarm exists after 120 seconds, the alarm will sound again. CLEANING CAUTION • DO NOT steam autoclave. • DO NOT immerse the Oxygen Monitor into any liquid. • DO NOT use any strong solvent or abrasive cleaners. • DO NOT allow any liquid to enter the Oxygen Monitor or the Oxygen Sensor; this will damage the Oxygen Monitor or Oxygen Sensor and will void the Warranty. 1. Disconnect all connections before cleaning. 2. Clean exterior surfaces of the Oxygen Monitor and Coiled Cable with a cloth dampened with mild detergent and water. 3. Wipe dry with a clean cloth. 15 MAINTENANCE SENSOR REPLACEMENT Reference “SENSOR INSTALLATION” CAUTION Sensor Replacement must be performed by a Qualified Medical Personnel. BATTERY REPLACEMENT Replace batteries when (Low Battery) is displayed. Reference “BATTERY INSTALLATION”. RETURNS Returned products require a Returned Goods Authorization (RGA) number, contact Precision Medical, Inc. All returns must be packaged in sealed containers to prevent damage. Precision Medical, Inc. will not be responsible for goods damaged in transit. Refer to Precision Medical, Inc. Return Policy available on the Internet, http://www.precisionmedical.com. DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS The Oxygen Monitor may contain electrical components that are hazardous to the environment. DO NOT dispose device into standard trash. The Oxygen Monitor contains internal batteries. Batteries contain materials which can contaminate the environment when improperly disposed of. The Oxygen Sensor contains lead. DO NOT dispose sensor into standard trash. Dispose in accordance with the local regulations. Contact your local waste management for disposal of Electronic Equipment. 16 TROUBLESHOOTING If the oxygen monitor fails to function, consult the Troubleshooting Guide. If the problem cannot be solved by using Troubleshooting Guide, consult your Provider.Problem Probable Cause Remedy Low Battery Indicator is second displayed chirp with alarm a 30 1. Battery voltage too 1. Replace with 4 NEW AA low alkaline batteries Check Sensor appears on 1. Cable connections display pulsing with alarm a continuing are not secure 2. Oxygen functioning Sensor not 3. Using Oxygen Sensor other Medical than Oxygen Precision Sensor 1. Make sure cable connections and locking rings are secure are tight 2. Replace Precision with Medical New 3. Attach Oxygen New Sensor Precision Medical Oxygen Sensor New Oxygen Sensor 1. Oxygen Sensor has 1. Wait approximately 20 responds to drift slowly or seems NOT stabilized temperature minutes Sensor to for stabilize Oxygen with the then environment, recalibrate the and Oxygen Monitor Oxygen Sensor does 1. Condensation on the not oxygen react concentration to changes in 2. Non Oxygen functioning Sensor Oxygen Sensor 1. Remove Condensation 2. Replace with New Precision Oxygen Sensor Medical Triple Pulse Alarm and 1. Oxygen readings are flashing LED outside Alarm limits the High/Low 2. Loss of Air or Oxygen Supply 1. Adjust the High/Low Alarm setting the oxygen to be value above/below being 2. Reconnect displayed the Air or Oxygen Supply Keys inoperable 1. The keypad is Locked 1. Unlock the keypad (Power ON) No Display / LCD screen 1. Dead Batteries will not power ON 2. Battery installed incorrectly 1. Check and replace with 4 2. Check New AA that alkaline batteries batteries are installed position (+/-) in the proper “SERVICE on the display NEED” appears 1. Electronic malfunction 1. Oxygen serviced Monitor must be “CAL FAIL” appears on 1. Improper or wrong the display 2. Improper Oxygen Sensor Air / Oxygen 3. Non source functioning Oxygen Sensor 1. Recalibrate the Oxygen 2. Check Monitor the Air / Oxygen 3. Replace source with New Precision Oxygen Sensor Medical 17 ALARM CONDITIONS Alarm Condition Alarm Meaning Corrective Action High alarm LED flashing Measured O2 and audible beep concentration than the high alarm is higher set point. • Adjust O2 concentration source dose. to prescribed • Set prescribed high alarm limit. to Low alarm LED flashing Measured O2 and audible beep concentration than the low alarm is lower set point. • Adjust O2 concentration source dose. to prescribed • Set prescribed low alarm limit. to Low and O2 Battery displays symbol “- - on -“ instead of a value. The the installed voltage output batteries of is replacement low and will soon. require • Replace new batteries. all batteries with Oxygen Sensor symbol on. Oxygen Sensor failure • • Replace Recalibrate O2 O2 sensor Monitor REPLACEMENT PARTS Description Part # User Manual 505127 Precision Medical Oxygen Sensor with Diverter 504877 Tee Adaptor 505126 Extendible Cable 504937 AA Alkaline Battery (4 Pack) 505124-4 Rubber Feet (4) 505122-4 Battery Cover 504909 V Block 505010 Diverter 505344 ACCESSORIES Description Part # Monitor Wall Mount Bracket 505189 Monitor Vertical Pole Mount Clamp 505013 Monitor Horizontal Pole Mount Clamp 505014 Dove tail Bracket 505012 Dove tail Bracket Screw 505712 Orders for replacement parts should include the part number, if available and the model and serial number of the instrument for which the parts are intended. 18 LIMITED WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY Precision Medical, Inc. warrants that the Oxygen Monitor, (the Product), will be free of defects in workmanship and/or material for the following period: Two (2) years from shipment. Precision Medical, Inc. is NOT responsible for normal wear and tear, or any neglect or abuse of the product. The customer is responsible for the shipping costs of repairs back to Precision Medical, Inc. Precision Medical, Inc. will have in its sole and absolute discretion, the final determination if your product is covered under this limited warranty. Should any failure to conform to this warranty appear within the applicable period, Precision Medical, Inc. shall, upon written notification thereof (received by Precision Medical, Inc. within 30 days of the customer’s discovery of the alleged defect), along with return of the Product at the customer’s expense and substantiation that the goods have been stored, installed, maintained and operated in accordance with Precision Medical, Inc.’s instructions and standard industry practice, and that no modifications, substitutions, or alterations have been made to the goods, correct such defect by repair or replacement (at Precision Medical, Inc.’s option) at its own expense. Precision Medical, Inc. warrants the 504877 Oxygen Sensor included with the PM5900 Oxygen Monitor to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of sixteen (16) months, from date of shipment. Should any failure to conform to this warranty appear within the applicable period, Precision Medical, Inc. shall, upon written notification thereof (received by Precision Medical, Inc. within 30 days of the customer’s discovery of the alleged defect), along with return of the sensor at the customer’s expense and substantiation that the sensor has been stored, installed, maintained and operated in accordance with Precision Medical, Inc.’s instructions and standard industry practice, and that no modifications, substitutions, or alterations have been made to the sensor, correct such defect by repair or replacement (at Precision Medical, Inc.’s option) at its own expense. Should a sensor require repair or replacement due to said defects, the sensor is warranted only for the remainder of the original sensor warranty period. A sensor shall not be considered defective for failure to function beyond its normal estimated consumption capacity/rates, and this warranty does not cover normal wear due to consumption beyond the sensor’s estimated O2% hours. ORAL STATEMENTS DO NOT CONSTITUTE WARRANTIES. The representatives of Precision Medical, Inc. or any retailers are not authorized to make oral warranties about the merchandise described in this warranty, and any such statements shall not be relied upon and are not part of the contract for sale. Thus, this writing is a final, complete and exclusive statement of the terms of the warranty for the products covered by the applicable contract. THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHER WARRANTY OF QUALITY, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. Precision Medical, Inc. shall not under any circumstances be liable for special, incidental or consequential damages including but not limited to lost profits, lost sales, or injury to person or property. Correction of non- conformities as provided above shall constitute fulfillment of all liabilities of Precision Medical, Inc. whether based on contract, negligence, strict tort or otherwise. Precision Medical, Inc. reserves the right to discontinue manufacture of any product or change product materials, designs, or specifications without notice. Precision Medical, Inc. reserves the right to correct clerical or typographical errors without penalty. For Declaration of Conformity see our website: http://www.precisionmedical.com/documentation Precision Medical, Inc 300 Held Drive Northampton PA 18067 Emergo Europe Prinsessegracht 20 2514 AP, The Hague The Netherlands Phone: +31 (0) 70.345.8570 Fax: +31 (0) 70.346.7299 505127 Rev15 4/18 (?M) Printed in USA


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