9840 Series Specifications
Oxygen Saturation Display Range: 0% to 100% SpO2
Pulse Rate Display Range: 18 to 321 beats per minute (BPM)
CO2 Range: 0 to >75mmHg
CO2 Response Time: 250 ms
Respiration Rate Range: 1 to 60 breaths per minute
Breath Detection Threshold: 5 mmHg
Accuracy – Sensors: Declared accuracy data for compatible sensors can be found in Nonin’s Sensor Accuracy document.
CO2 Accuracy of Bar Graph Thresholds (Arms)*: ±25% of reading (typical)
Measurement Wavelengths and Output Power**::
Red: 660 nanometers @ 0.8 mW maximum average
Infrared: 910 nanometers @ 1.2 mW maximum average
Alarm Volume Range: 70 – 71 dBA
Pulse Quality Indicator: LED, tricolor
Numeric Displays: 3-digit, 7-segment LEDs, tricolor
CO2 Bar Graph: 8-segment bar graph, red
Low Battery Indicator: Dedicated icon, yellow
No Breath Indicator: Dedicated icon, red
“Audible Alarm Disabled” Indicator: Dedicated icon, yellow
Audible Indicator: Miniature speaker
Pulse Oximeter: -20 °C to +50 °C (-4 °F to +122 °F)
CO2 Detector: 0 °C to +50 °C (32 °F to +122 ° F)
Temperature (Storage/Transportation): -40 °C to +70 °C (-40 °F to +158 °F)
Operating: 10% to 95% non-condensing
Storage/Transportation: 10% to 95% non-condensing
Operating: Up to 3,000 meters (10,000 feet)
Hyperbaric Pressure: Up to 4 atmospheres
Six 1.5V AA-size alkaline batteries.
90 hours – Pulse Oximeter only.
20 hours – CO2 and Pulse Oximeter.
24 hours – CO2 only.
Dimensions: 8 cm W x 15 cm H x 2.5 cm D (3 in W x 6 in H x 1 in D)
Weight: 310 g (11 oz) (with alkaline batteries)
Classifications per IEC 60601-1 / CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 601.1 / UL 60601-1:
Type of Protection: Internally powered (on battery power)
Degree of Protection: Type BF-Applied Part
Mode of Operation: Continuous
Enclosure Degree of Ingress Protection: IP32
This device is not made with natural rubber latex.
* ± 1 Arms represents approximately 68% of measurements.
** This information is especially useful for clinicians performing photodynamic therapy.
9840 Series Troubleshooting
CARBON DIOXIDE DETECTOR INTENDED USE:
The CO2 detector is a mainstream device intended to be used for semiquantitative detection of CO2 levels in intubated patients. The CO2 detector main purpose is to be used to initially confirm proper placement of the endotracheal tube and to provide continued confirmation of correct endotracheal tube placement and respiration status. The CO2 portion of the unit is designed to approximately measure the CO2 changes in the patient airway adapter tube, and is not intended to provide the accuracy of a capnometer or capnograph. The CO2 is calculated by assuming the rapid decrease in measured CO2 on the start of an inhalation where a negligible amount of CO2 is present. This is the baseline for calculating the exhaled CO2. When the patient exhales this is the absorption change due to the increasing amount of CO2 in the light path.
ALARM UNIT: Apnea, oxygen saturation, pulse rate alarms and 18-hour memory.
When turned on this unit should beep 3 times to show the user that the speakers are functioning. After power-up the advance switch can be pressed to verify speaker function or change the speaker volume. If the speakers do not work on power-up the unit needs to be returned for service.
AUDIBLE BREATH BEEP: 2 TYPES “VARIABLE PITCH” AND “FIXED PITCH”
- Variable pitch this is the units’ default setting. During variable pitch breath beeps, the tone of the breath beeps is indexed to the number of bars illuminated on the CO2 display. The more bars lit, the higher the pitch. In this mode the breath beeps will sound at inspiration, the falling edge of the CO2 waveform.
- Fixed pitch breath beep has a pitch higher than the highest bar graph-indexed pitch. In this mode the breath beeps will sound during exhalation, on the rising edge of the CO2 waveform.
NO CO2 BARS OR ONLY 3rd and 6th BAR:
During the power-up sequence the CO2 bar graph should rise and fall to show all led’s for the CO2 are working properly. If no sensors are plugged in there should no lights on the display only a flickering LED in the switch panel. When the CO2 sensor is plugged in with no AAT in place the unit will have the 3rd and 6th bar lit. If the bars do not light when the CO2 sensor is plugged in check the serial number of the sensor to verify its age, normally it will be a sensor problem.
When the sensor is plugged with a new AAT the bar graph should register 1 or 2 bars and if they breathe through the AAT the bar graph should rise and fall. If this doesn’t happen, make sure it’s a NEW AAT.
Since these units are used in surgery make sure the CO2 sensor stays dry, they do not like moisture. Place a wash cloth over the sensor or use a plastic sandwich bag and cut a slit in one end and slide the bag over the sensor, this helps keep the AAT dry.
BATTERY LIFE: Batteries will last about 100 hours using only the oximeter portion, if using both oximeter and CO2 battery life is about 15-20 hours.
Frequently Asked Questions
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