SCHILLER Cardiovit AT-1 moves the paper too slowly when printing
Our cardiograph SCHILLER Cardiovit AT-1 appears to be working fine. The power supplies are 5V and 24V respectively. However, when we try to print the 24V drop down to just a few volts. Most probably the problem arises in the current protection circuit.
What I need is a circuit diagram. If anyone could help me with one and with advice too, I will be very grateful.
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HI, check the paper u have inserted. it should be Schiller original paper with page marking. also clean the paper sensor. u can see the paper sensor near the side of printing head. a small square portion. clean it with an ear bud, don't use any solution for cleaning only ear bud. ok
Does it work in auto mode ? are you putting paper correctly means , there is a black mark on paper which is sensed by paper sensor .If you put paper up side down then paper sensor won't be able to sense any paper & gives you error for rifilling paper .If this doesn't help you then You need to replace battrey . Thanks
If the unit print lightly or not printing anything at all?
The most common causes for not printing ECGs is one of those:
1- Too little heat on the stylus
2- Insufficient stylus pressure on the paper
1- Using an insulated probe, such as a screwdriver, gently press the stylus onto the paper.
2- If a dark line appears on the paper, the problem is too little pressure, but if no dark line appears, the problem is not enough heat.
Hello LV792727, Disconnect the AC & battery power and proceed with caution. Open the case to aquire access to the thermal print head. Clean the print head with a white eraser, the type used for cleaning ink prints not the #2 pencile eraser. Test the printing function. If necessariy use a Q-Tip with a light touch of Aceatone to whip the print head. The next step is replacing the printing element. Please inform me of the results. Good luck.