China World Technology Medical Equipment Service Group
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|Philip MP50 Patient Monitor Power Supply
|TNR 149501-41004 M8003-60002 M8003-30101
|In Good Working Order
|Patient Monitor Power Supply Board
|Minimum Purchase Contract:
|Hospital, Clinic, Hospital Room, ICU,etc
|Original,Professional Technical Team
|If There Are Any Problems Caused By Us, We Will Be Free For You To Repair Or Returned
|Advanced Technology, High-quality Products, Attentive Service
|Method Of Transport:
|100-240VAC 1.8-1.0A 50-60Hz
M8003-30101 Patient Monitor Parts,
M8003-60002 Patient Monitor Parts,
MP50 Patient Monitor Power Supply Board
Hospital Medical Equipment Parts Philipilip MP50 Patient Monitor Power Supply Board TNR 149501-41004 M8003-60002 M8003-30101
► Brief Introduction
The AC/DC converter converts the AC power from the power plug to 14 V/80W DC power and isolates the monitoring system from the AC power.
The 14V is distributed through the power bus and supplies power to all components of the system: the 48V DC power required for MMS and measurement server expansion is generated by isolated DC/DC converters. The power required by backlight is converted to 12V DC by backlight DC/DC converter. The CPU and non-isolated I/O board are powered by 3.3V and 5 V DC power supplies. The isolation interface board requires 10V AC power. The remote HIF board and LED are powered by 12V dc power.
The 4-slot rack uses an 8-14V DC bus to create a 60 V (DC/DC converter) power supply for the module. In addition, 3V and 5V are required to operate the 4-slot rack boards and front end modules.
► Power Supply Architecture:
► Removing the Power Supply Assembly
When the power supply is replaced, the display must reload the serial number. Support tools are required to perform this task.
|Separate the front and back parts of the monitor.
|Remove the mainboard and internal module rack (if present).
|Remove the MSL board
|Remove the five screws and pull up the power supply. It can be difficult to pull up the power supply due to the bonding foil between the rear chassis and the power supply.
► Reassembling the Power Supply Assembly
1 Clean the power supply assembly in the area shown below and remove any residue from the old thermal foil.
2 Remove the protective layer from the new thermal foil, place the thermal foil on the dome, and press it with your thumb against the power supply assembly.
3 Insert the power supply into the rear housing of the monitor, as shown below. Make sure the power card is inserted into the dome and correctly aligned with the screw hole.
4 Fasten the five screws in the sequence specified below.
► Packing and Delivery Arrangements
All products are transported in pallets or cartons to ensure maximum safety during transportation. As an international manufacturer, we ship medical equipment worldwide and use trusted carriers as the standard for insurance and traceability. It is very important for us to deliver your items to you accurately, quickly and safely. We have worked hard to provide the best moving service. The shipping cost mainly depends on your location, the products you order and how quickly you want the package to arrive. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
► Warranty Policy
Please note that both new and used medical devices have a warranty period of at least 90 days. You should not leave our workshop until you have been fully tested by our engineers. They will treat every machine and equipment very carefully to ensure that it is 100% effective equipment. Of course, we are confident that you will be satisfied with our products and services. However, if you are not, please contact us as soon as you find any problems. Our ultimate goal is to strive to develop and sell the best products to customers all over the world. Customer satisfaction is our greatest pursuit.
If you have any questions about Philipilip MP50 Patient Monitor Power Supply Board, please feel free to contact us at any time, we are glad to answer them. Thank you for your time!
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