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Datex-Ohmeda 3800 Pulse Oximeter
Manufacturer
Datex-Ohmeda
Model 3800
Date 2002
Category Medical and Biomedical Equipment
Group Pulse Oximeter
Description
Information
                                    The Datex-Ohmeda Model 3800 Pulse Oximeter with TruTrak®+
technology features two easy-to-read displays that present
patient data and status information.

The numeric display shows the SpO2 and pulse rate values.

The graphic display shows the plethysmographic waveform,
messages, the Relative Perfusion Index (PIr TM) pulsatile
value, and the high and low alarm limit settings for SpO2
and pulse rate.

Otherfeatures

PerfTrak® waveform display, an automatic Scale of the
plethysmographic waveform to provide a relative indication
of the sensor site perfusion level.

Large SpO 2 digital display for clear differentiation from
the pulse rate value.

Backlit display and contrast control for excellent
visibility in subdued lighting conditions; adjustable
viewing angle, using the pull-down feet under the
monitor.

Direct access to user-selectable high and low alarm limits
for SpO2 and pulse rate.

An audible pulse indicator with an adjustable volume; the
automatic pitch modulation reflects changing SpO2 level.

Visual and audible (adjustable volume) alarms.

An alarm-silence feature that silences audible alarms for
120 seconds.

An all-mute feature that silences audible alarms until
deactivated.

Automatic tiered alarm messages.

Short, medium, or long SpO2 response averaging modes.

Adult or neonatal patient modes for default pulse rate alarm
settings.

Automatic storage of up to 12 hours of SpO 2, pulse rate,
and alarm limit violations data in trend memory, which can
be output through the RS-232 serial connector.

An automatic self-test and calibration check at start-up. 
After start up, the oximeter continuously performs
background self-tests.

Rechargeable, sealed, lead-acid battery operation, including
battery status reporting.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Manual Type User Manual DatexOhmeda-10502-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Pages 53
Size 617.89 Kbytes (632724 Bytes)
Language english
Revision
Manual-ID/Number 6050-0006-380
Date 01 October 2002
Quality Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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Information
1/Overview
Product
description ... 1-1
Intended
use ... 1-1
TruTrak+ technology
 ... 1-1
PIr pulsatile
value ... 1-2
Other
features ... 1-2
Functional
components ... 1-3
Principles of
operation ... 1-4
Calibration
 ... 1-5
Front
panel ... 1-6
Alarm silence
button ... 1-7
Alarm silence
 ... 1-7
All
mute ... 1-7
Numeric display
 ... 1-7
Graphic
display ... 1-8
SpO2 alarm limits, high and
low ... 1-8
Pulse rate alarm limits, high and low
 ... 1-9
Display contrast
adjuster ... 1-9
Power/Standby button/AC power light
 ... 1-9
Battery
operation ... 1-9
Carrying handle
 ... 1-9
Sensor connector
 ... 1-10
Pulse beep volume
button ... 1-10
Alarm volume
button ... 1-10
Rear
panel ... 1-11
Power entry
module ... 1-11
Equipotential ground
connector ... 1-11
Product information label
 ... 1-11
Mode Switch
 ... 1-11
RS-232 serial
connector ... 1-12
Precautions
 ... 1-12
Warnings
 ... 1-12
Failure of
operation ... 1-12
Explosion
hazard ... 1-12
Electrical shock and flammability
hazard ... 1-12
Electrical shock
hazard ... 1-12
Data
validity ... 1-13
Patient
safety ... 1-13
Patient safety
(sensors) ... 1-13
RS-232 system interconnection
 ... 1-13
Cautions ... 1-14
Handle the monitor with
care ... 1-14
Cleaning
 ... 1-14
Battery ... 1-14
Sensors ... 1-14
Disposal ... 1-14
Miscellaneous ... 1-14
2/Setup and Operations
Powering the
oximeter ... 2-1
Setup ... 2-2
Factory settings and default
settings ... 2-2
Before powering on the
oximeter ... 2-2
After powering on the oximeter
 ... 2-2
Mode switch settings
 ... 2-3
Language ... 2-3
Averaging
mode ... 2-4
Patient
mode ... 2-4
PIr pulsatile value display.
 ... 2-4
EMI line
frequency ... 2-4
Checkout
procedure ... 2-5
Signal and data
validity ... 2-8
Plethysmographic
waveform ... 2-8
Low
perfusion ... 2-8
Signal noise
 ... 2-9
Numeric display
 ... 2-9
SpO2 ... 2-9
Pulse rate
 ... 2-10
PIr pulsatile
value ... 2-10
Trend
data ... 2-10
3/Messages and Troubleshooting
Messages ... 3-1
Alarm
categories ... 3-4
High
priority ... 3-4
Medium
priority ... 3-4
Low priority
 ... 3-5
System
failure ... 3-5
Troubleshooting
 ... 3-6
4/Maintenance and Service
Cleaning
 ... 4-1
Oximeter ... 4-1
Recharging the
battery ... 4-2
Replacing the battery
 ... 4-2
Replacing the fuses
 ... 4-3
Repair policy and
procedure ... 4-4
Packaging and return procedure
 ... 4-4
Parts
list ... 4-5
A/Compliance and Specifications
Compliance with
standards ... A-1
General safety
requirements ... A-1
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
 ... A-2
Electromagnetic
effects ... A-2
Safety checks for software
 ... A-2
Specifications ... A-3
Circuitry ... A-3
Audio
indicators ... A-3
Audible alarms
 ... A-3
Alarm limits
 ... A-3
Displays ... A-4
Numeric display (Light-Emitting Diodes–LEDs)
 ... A-4
Graphic display (Liquid Crystal
Display–LCD) ... A-4
Mode switch
 ... A-4
SpO2
 ... A-4
Interfering
substances ... A-4
Pulse
rate ... A-5
PIr pulsatile
value ... A-5
Sensor emitter wavelength ranges
 ... A-5
Environmental ... A-5
Electrical ... A-5
Battery ... A-5
Power
 ... A-6
Current
leakage ... A-6
Fuses ... A-6
Serial output,
RS-232 ... A-6
Dimensions and
weight ... A-6
B/Communications
Serial device
communications ... B-1
Requirements
 ... B-1
RS-232 interface cable—serial
pinout ... B-2
Connection
 ... B-2
Serial communication
output ... B-3
Auto-output
mode ... B-3
Trend-output
mode ... B-4
Warranty
DatexOhmeda-10502-Manual-Page-1-Picture


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