|Metron QA-90 Analyzer|
|Description:||Electrical Safety Analyzer|
The QA-90 represents a new generation of safety testing equipment. It is the only automatic safety Analyzer that can test units with different classes of protection in one test run (e.g., cardiac float and body float defibrillators). It is simple to use. All you need do is select the type and class of equipment to test. When you press START, QA-90 executes the tests prescribed to the selected standard. Test results may be printed out immediately, or stored internally in the unit for later use. QA-90 has full remote control, and may be operated from PRO-Soft QA-90 Software. PRO-Soft QA-90 enables you to make your own test protocols, store the information on disk, and export formatted data to any other database or equipment management program. Individual test sequences may be compiled to satisfy National and international standards. The following standards may be compiled either fully or in part: IEC 60601.1, UL 2601.1, IEC 60601.1.1, UL 2601.1.1, IEC 60601.2.4, IEC 61010-1, EN 60601-1, VDE 0750 Tl/12-91, BS 5724, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No 601.1-M90, AS 3200.1, NZS 6150:1990, VDE 0751 T1/12-90, ÖVE 0751, UL 544, HEI 95, HEI 158 among others.
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|Metron -- QA-90 -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type:||Service and User Manual|
|Size:||995.74 Kbytes (1019637 Bytes)|
|Date:||26 April 2001|
|Quality:||Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.|
|Upload date:||16 August 2019|
|Downloads:||17 since 16 August 2019|
MANUAL REVISION RECORD ... V INTRODUCTION ... QA-90 Features ... 1-1 Specifications ... 1-1 General Information ... 1-3 INSTALLATION ... Receipt, Inspection and Return ... 2-1 Setup ... 2-2 Power ... 2-2 PRO-Soft QA-90 ... 2-2 OPERATING QA-90 ... Control Switches and Connections ... 3-1 Key Pad Functions ... 3-3 Function of The Bar Code Reader ... 3-3 Menu and Function Keys ... 3-4 Display Menus and Messages ... 3-4 Measurements with Several Modules in Manual Mode ... 3-10 Storing Setup Parame- ters in Flash Memory ... 3-11 Upgrading the QA-90 Software Program ... 3-13 Cleaning the QA-90 ... 3-15 TEST MEASUREMENTS ... 4-1 Test Lead Calibration ... 4-1 Connecting an Instrument without Patient Inputs ... 4-2 Connecting an Instrument with Patient Inputs ... 4-3 Power Cable Test ... 4-6 Current Measurement Test (Dual Lead) ... 4-7 Voltage Measurement Test (Dual Lead) ... 4-9 Resistance Measurement (Dual Lead) ... 4-11 Connecting Auxiliary Power Source / Isolating Transformer ... 4-12 AND CALIBRATION ... 5-1 Required Test Equipment ... 5-1 Preparation and Adjustments ... 5-1 Calibration ... 5-5 Other Calibration Procedures ... 5-11 Calibration Constants ... 5-14 6. COMPONENT FUNCTIONS AND PARTS ... 6-1 Theory of Operation ... 6-1 Measuring System ... 6-2 Microprocessor System ... 6-3 Component Parts ... 6-4 APPENDIX A: IEC 601.1, UL 2601.1 AND VDE 0751 TESTING ... A-1 Classification of Equipment ... A-4 Tests on Internally Powered Equipment According To IEC 601.1/UL 2601.1 ... A-13 System Tests Based on IEC 601.1/UL 2601.1 ... A-15 Tests According To VDE 0751-1, 10/1990 ... A-16 APPENDIX B: DIAGRAMS ... B-1 Mains & EUT Connections Schematic Diagram ... B-3 Measuring Board Component Location Layer 1 ... B-4 Measuring Board Component Location Layer 2 ... B-5 Measuring System Schematic Diagram Part 1 (Measuring Preparation) ... B-6 Measuring System Schematic Diagram Part 2 (High Voltage Interface) ... B-7 Measuring System Schematic Diagram Part 3 (High Voltage Logic) ... B-8 Measuring System Schematic Diagram Part 4 (High Voltage Drivers) ... B-9 Measuring System Schematic Diagram Part 5 (Applied Part Matrix) ... B-10 Measuring System Schematic Diagram Part 6 (Measurement Matrix) ... B-11 Measuring System Schematic Diagram Part 7 (Program Amplifier and Lowpass) ... B-12 Measuring System Schematic Diagram Part 8 (Relay Drivers) ... B-13 Microprocessor Board Component Location ... B-14 Keypad Board Component Location ... B-15 Microprocessor System Schematic Diagram Part 1 (QA-90) ... B-16 Microprocessor System Schematic Diagram Part 2 (Integrated Keypad) ... B-17 Microprocessor System Schematic Diagram Part 3 (CPU) ... B-18 Microprocessor System Schematic Diagram Part 4 (CPU) ... B-19 Microprocessor System Schematic Diagram Part 5 (Printer and Display Interface) ... B-20 Microprocessor System Schematic Diagram Part 6 (Series and Keypad Interface) ... B-21 APPENDIX C: ERROR REPORT FORM, QA-90 ... C-1 APPENDIX D: SUGGESTION FORM, QA-90 ... D-1
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