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TitleTrima Accel Service Manual
LanguageEnglish
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Total Pages340
Table of Contents
                            Contents
Preface
Operational Description
	System Directory
	Boot Sequence
	Blood Collection Process
	Pump System
	Sensor System
		Pressure Sensors
		AC Sensor
		Reservoir Level Sensors
		RBC Detector
		Leak Detector
	Centrifuge System
		Filler Assembly
	Door System
	Valve System
	Linear Actuator
	E-Box
	Display System
	Power System
	Mechanical Systems
System Description
	Pump System
		Pump Assembly
	Sensor System
		Pressure Sensors
		Reservoir Level Sensors
		AC Sensor
		RBC Detector
		Leak Detector
	Centrifuge System
		Centrifuge Drive Assembly
		Centrifuge Motor Controller
	Door System
	Valve System
	Linear Actuator System
	E-Box and Computer Systems
		Control and Safety Functions
		Control CCA
		Control Computer
		Control Ethernet CCA
		Safety CCA
		Safety Computer
		Safety Ethernet CCA
		Motor Driver CCA
		64 V Switch CCA
	Cooling Fans
	Display System
		Display Assembly
		Display CCA
	Power System
	Mechanical System
		IV Pole
		Wheel and Brake System
Software Description
	Version 5.1 Software Description
		Trima Accel Software Description
		State and Substate Overview
		Self Test State
		Power Fail Recovery State
		Startup Tests State
			Startup Tests Substates
		Disposable Tests State
			Disposable Tests Substates
		AC Connected State
		AC Prime State
			AC Prime Substates
		Donor Connected State
		Blood Prime State
			Blood Prime Substates
		Blood Run State
			Blood Run Prime Substates
			Blood Run Collection Substates
			Blood Run Recovery Substates
		Rinseback State
			Rinseback Substates
		Donor Disconnect State
			Donor Disconnect Substates
		Post Run State
	Version 6.0 Software Description
		Trima Accel Software Description
		Self Test State
		Power Fail Recovery State
		Startup Tests State
			Startup Tests Substates
		Disposable Tests State
			Disposable Tests Substates
		AC Connected State
		AC Prime State
			AC Prime Substates
		Donor Connected State
		Blood Prime State
			Blood Prime Substates
		Blood Run State
			Blood Run Prime Substates
			Blood Run Collection Substates
			Blood Run Recovery Substates
		Rinseback State
			Rinseback Substates
		Donor Disconnect State
			Donor Disconnect Substates
		Metered Storage Solution State
			Metered Storage Solution Substates
		Metered Storage Solution Disconnect State
			MSS Disconnect Substates
		Post Run State
	Version 6.1 Software Description
		Trima Accel Software Description
		Self Test State
		Power Fail Recovery State
		Startup Tests State
			Startup Tests Substates
		Disposable Tests State
			Disposable Test Substates
		AC Connected State
		AC Prime State
			AC Prime Substate
		Donor Connected State
		Blood Prime State
			Blood Prime Substates
		Blood Run State
			Blood Run Prime Substates
			Blood Run Collection Substates
			Blood Run Recovery Substates
		Blood Rinseback State
			Rinseback Substates
		Donor Disconnect State
			Donor Disconnect Substates
		Metered Storage Solution State
			Metered Storage Solution Substates
		Metered Storage Solution Disconnect State
			MSS Disconnect Substates
		Post Run State
Troubleshooting
	Touch Screen Troubleshooting
	Valve System Troubleshooting
		Version 6.0.6 Dlog Information
	Door System Troubleshooting
		Version 6.0.6 Dlog Information
Maintenance and Calibration
	Aligning the Centrifuge Door
	Calibrating the Centrifuge Motor Controller
	Positioning the Linear Actuator Sensors
	Removing the Side Panels
	Saline Run
Specifications
	Physical Specifications
	Environmental Specifications
	Electrical Power and Safety
	Safety Certifications
	Performance Specifications
	Product Specifications
	Blood Tubing Sets
	Centrifuge
	Safety
	Draw/Return Pressure Sensor
	Centrifuge Pressure Sensor
	Reservoir Level Sensors
	Fluid Leak Detector
	Anticoagulant (AC) Detector
	RBC Spillover Detector
	Anticoagulant (AC) Flow Alarm
	Anticoagulant (AC) Ratio Alarm
	Anticoagulant (AC) Infusion Alarm
	Touch-Screen Display
	Symbols and Certification
	Seal Safe System Specifications
Index
                        
Document Text Contents
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Trima Accel
®

Automated Blood
Collection System


Service Manual

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Trima Accel®
Automated Blood Collection System

Service Manual

Part No. 777095-548
2015-09

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Raise Cassette Substate

The cassette is commanded to the raised position while the pumps are running at their unload speeds.
When the cassette is detected in the raised position, the Trima Accel system advances to the next
substate.

Table 3-49: Raise Cassette Substate

AC Pump

(mL/min)

Inlet Pump

(mL/min)

Plasma

Pump

(mL/min)

Platelet

Pump

(mL/min)

Return

Pump

(mL/min)

Platelet

Valve

Plasma

Valve

RBC

Valve

Centrifuge

(rpm)

60 60

140*

60 60 150

-110*

Open Open Open 0

*Versions 5.1.6 through 5.1.9

Exit Condition When the cassette plate is detected in the up position.

Stop Pumps Substate

The pumps are commanded to stop and the operator is prompted to press Continue. When the operator
presses Continue, the Trima Accel system advances to the Post Run state.

Table 3-50: Stop Pumps Substate

AC Pump

(mL/min)

Inlet Pump

(mL/min)

Plasma

Pump

(mL/min)

Platelet

Pump

(mL/min)

Return

Pump

(mL/min)

Platelet

Valve

Plasma

Valve

RBC

Valve

Centrifuge

(rpm)

0 0 0 0 0 Open Open Open 0

Post Run State
The Post Run state displays end-of-run statistics.

The Post Run state ends when the operator touches the Next Procedure button. Successful completion of
the Post Run state results in the following conditions and actions.

Exit Condition
Trima Accel System

Condition
Trima Accel System Action

The operator touches the Next
Procedure button.

Paused. The Trima Accel system reboots and advances to
the Self Tests state.

Version 5.1 Software Description

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Version 6.0 Software Description

Trima Accel Software Description
This section describes the Trima Accel system software.

The Trima Accel system operates automatically, performing many individual steps to complete the
entire blood component collection procedure. The collection procedure consists of separate and
sequential system states, some of which contain substates. Within each substate, the system performs a
series of tasks.

When an alarm or error occurs, the Data Log (DLog) file captures the system state and hardware
information related to that alarm. Compare the information in the Data Log file with the information in
this chapter to solve the alarm or error problem.

Self Test State
The Self Test state starts boot sequence starts with the BIOS self test. This is similar to a PC BIOS self
test, and tests the major processor board components such as the CPU, interrupt controller, timer, and
RAM.

If any of these tests fail, the system displays an error message and aborts the boot sequence. If all tests pass,
control is passed to the boot device. The boot device then loads the vxWorks boot ROM image. The
boot ROM image contains the software required for loading and starting the operating system. It
provides a set of device drivers for accessing the storage device or network device through which the
operating system is loaded.

When the boot ROM image is executed, it first tests for the presence of a keyboard. If a keyboard is
attached, the system enables the loading of a debug vxWorks image that includes the necessary software
components for using the WindRiver development and debugging tools. If the Esc key is pressed, the
system enters an alternate boot mode in which booting is stopped immediately after loading the OS
image and drivers. This is signified with a prompt that looks like an arrow: "->." Note that a login or
password is not required when using the keyboard to execute commands from the command line. The
login and password are required to upload files to the machine via FTP.

The OS software uses the pause and stop keys to select Single-Step boot and Service mode. In Single-
Step mode, the system pauses and waits for the technician to press the pause button after each step of the
boot sequence is completed; otherwise the boot proceeds normally. During Single-Step mode, the
technician can login to the machine via FTP after the message "initializing network software" appears on
the screen. Service mode is used for software installation, updates, and machine maintenance.

During the network initialization process, the system start mode is determined: normal boot, Service
mode, or Alt Boot mode. If the system start mode is normal, then the safety board MAC address in the
control computer ARP table is made permanent. This removes any possibility that an ARP update from
the external network interface could overwrite it. Overwriting that MAC address would prevent the
control computer from communicating with the safety computer. Note that this protection is not
provided in Service mode or Alt Boot mode to aid in system troubleshooting.

Software Description

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Service Manual

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