I have a Dinamap Pro 1000. In a recent urgent
Vaguely remember that unit(or something similar--Dinamap Pro 1000)back when before I retired from my clinical nursing position in 2013. Seem to recall it had a SMPS(switching-mode power supply) that had a coaxial power plug which plugged into the unit itself to provide power to the monitor and also seem to recall that the monitor had various functions/inputs for things like BP, HR, Thermometer, and pulse-oximetry. Anyway that SMPS, like several others I've dealt with over the past 15-20 years, was in some sort of generic "black-box" type of enclosure which had a standard 120 Volt AC cord feeding in one side and the DC power cord going to the monitor coming out the other end. Anyway I'll probably need to see if I can pull up a parts list and/or schematic or product specs for that particular model. I've been an amateur electronics enthusiast/hobbyist for something like 30 years--in addition to 40+ years as a health-care professional. But would suspect that the coaxial power plug; if that's what you replaced; might not have been the proper type, wasn't correctly soldered, or the polarity might've been switched when you replaced it. Alternatively the SMPS might've suffered sufficiently severe of a "short" so as to overload the normal over-current protections that such devices have as inherent protection. Anyway will see if I can pull up any relevant data. And please don't try to use the device on any human until it's fully functional.
Mar 17, 2017 |
General Electric Dinamap ProCare Series...