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Error e-83


Hole in hose or cuff

Sep 08, 2014 | CRITIKON DINAMAP PRO 100 Monitor

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My dinamap is showing error 950 when i hit the inflate start button. what is wrong?


HI From a Tech Guy,
Your issue is caused by motor over current.
Check the pump motor assembly under the foam cover.
remove torx screw on top.remove cover that has two nipples.
check inside mesh filter/ dust filter. if black is dust.
spray contact cleaner and blow with air. let dry.becareful not to use slovents may damage blue mushroom check valve.reassemble all.test should be ok.
hope it helps
cheers

Mar 12, 2012 | General Electric Dinamap ProCare Series...

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There is a discripincy between dynamap temperature and thermometer readings. Is there an expected % difference between dynampa readings and thermomters?


Hello dear

Thermometer reading is more accurate then dinamap reading.
In dinamap take three reading and then the average of these three are the correct one, But in thermometer the first reading is accurate.
Well in dinamap it shows usually plus minus 5 difference.

Hope the answer will help, do rate it please

Regards

Feb 28, 2011 | Health & Beauty

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I keep getting an error code E83 Timeout:Inflation. I need to be checking my sons BP. Is there a trouble shooting i can perform? What do i do?


How old is the cuff? If it has written on it "single use" and you've been using it a while you may have microleaks which means you need a new cuff. Also, check the hose for holes (usually found where the hose splits and connects to the cuff). Last, check the Dinamap to hose connector are the black orings still on the connecting posts?

Critikon/Ge utilizes the oscillitory method for determining NIBP. In other words, it pressurizes the cuff, stabilizes, decreases pressure slightly, stabilizes, etc. so a leak in the cuff or hose won't allow the pressure to stabilize resulting in an E83 error.

Nov 04, 2010 | General Electric Dinamap ProCare Series...

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My dinamap is giving me E13 msg. and I have tried replacing cuff, hose and checked all connecters. I have 3 units so have tried the same connectors and hose with cuff on another unit and it works fine....


E13 indicates not enough battery power. Does this error come on when plugged into AC? If so, please check the front of the unit to see if the green charging light is on (seen under mmHG), I bet you it's not illuminated. Check your power cord to power brick connection and the barrell connector to Dinamap connection (one of them is probably loose). If they are seated fine yet no indicator is lit, replace the power cord and if that doesn't solve it then order a new power brick.

Oct 21, 2010 | General Electric Dinamap ProCare Series...

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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...

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Adjust time on a procare 400 dinamap


GE Procare 400 DPC-420N Unit turned off. Hold down Menu button while pressing the On button. Press Menu button several times until see a display to the left of the ?min? on the display area. Use + and ? to set time.

Feb 24, 2010 | General Electric Dinamap ProCare Series...

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High reading on everyone using aDinamap GE Pro Care 300


Sometimes if the person starts moving his arm around or bending the arm in which the blood pressure is being taken, the high error will come on. The only solution that I know of is to hae a qualified person evaluate it.

Jan 28, 2010 | General Electric Dinamap ProCare Series...

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Dinamap ProCare 300 error 'E13' displayed.


E13 indicates the battery is too low. The reason this occurs when you press 'inflate" is due to the battery being low and the inflation pump requiring more power to start the process. Make sure your green charge light is illuminated when plugged into AC (most likely it isn't). Check your power connections first: power cord to brick connection and barrel connector to Dinamap connection. If you pressed those in and still no charge light, replace the power cord, if still unsuccessful you'll have to buy a new power brick.

Apr 07, 2009 | General Electric Dinamap ProCare Series...

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I am doing a college paper on health care informatics. In regards to the Dinamap Pro 400 machine: What type of hardware is used to run the application. What is the operating system that supports the...


I have been in healthcare for TOO many years to list, and I have never known a company to give out propriatory information as you are seeking. It might just be a bold enough question to call the HQ and flat out ask them, just what you put here.... GOOD LUCK! Guy

Jan 19, 2009 | General Electric DINAMAP Pro 100 Monitor

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