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11.1V 5200mAh Li-ion Patient Monitor Battery For GE DASH 3000 DASH 4000 DASH 5000 SM201-6

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11.1V 5200mAh Li-ion Patient Monitor Battery For GE DASH 3000 DASH 4000 DASH 5000 SM201-6

China 11.1V 5200mAh Li-ion Patient Monitor Battery For GE DASH 3000 DASH 4000 DASH 5000 SM201-6 supplier
11.1V 5200mAh Li-ion Patient Monitor Battery For GE DASH 3000 DASH 4000 DASH 5000 SM201-6 supplier 11.1V 5200mAh Li-ion Patient Monitor Battery For GE DASH 3000 DASH 4000 DASH 5000 SM201-6 supplier

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Product Details:

Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Lee&J. Power
Model Number: LH-GME300MD

Payment & Shipping Terms:

Minimum Order Quantity: 3
Price: negotiation
Packaging Details: normal standard package
Delivery Time: 1-2 working days
Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union, PayPal
Supply Ability: 100 pcs available
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Detailed Product Description
Color: Black Type: Li-ion
Voltage: 11.1V Capacity: 5200mAh
Weight: 330G Size: 215 X 52 X 18.5mm
Warranty: 12 Months Replace Code: SM201-6 SM201
Suitable For: GE DASH 3000 DASH 4000 DASH 5000 B20 B30 B40 B20I B30I B40I

Battery Maintenance


How to charge the battery
    The battery can be charged by one of two methods:
    Outside of a patient monitor by using the Lee&Jack Power's charger.
    Inside a patient monitor that is connected to an AC power source.
NOTE
    To extend the life of the battery, we recommends that you charge the battery using the external Lee&Jack Power's charger.
NOTE
    The Lee&Jack Power's charger is no longer available for purchase.
    However, if your site has a Lee&Jack Power's charger, you should continue to use it to charge and condition the battery.
Charging the battery with Lee&Jack Power's charger
    1. Insert the battery into the battery charger. The RUN LED lights.
    2. Leave the battery in the battery charger until the READY LED lights.
NOTE
    If the FAIL LED lights, remove the battery from the battery charger and reinsert it. This should correct     any battery charger time out errors. However, if this does not correct the battery charger time out errors, then the battery is defective and should be replaced.
Charging the battery inside a patient monitor
    The battery is charged whenever the patient monitor is connected to an AC power source.
    When you store the battery inside of a patient monitor that is connected to an AC power source (a state known as “floating”), the battery will selfdischarge to less than 90% of its Full Charge Capacity after approximately two weeks (depending upon the temperature of the battery). At this time, the patient monitor will automatically recharge the battery to 100% of its Full Charge Capacity.
How to condition the battery
    The battery can be conditioned by one of two methods:
    Outside of a patient monitor by using the Lee&Jack Power's charger.
    Inside a patient monitor that is connected to an AC power source.
NOTE
    To extend the life of the battery, we recommends that you condition the battery using the external Lee&Jack Power's charger.
NOTE
    The Lee&Jack Power's charger is no longer available for purchase.
    However, if your site has a Lee&Jack Power's charger, you should continue to use it to charge and condition the battery.
Conditioning the battery with a Lee&Jack Power's charger
    A conditioning cycle using the battery charger requires approximately nine hours to complete.               Complete the following steps to automatically condition the battery.
    1. Insert the battery into the battery charger.
    2. Press the CONDITION button when one of the following conditions occur:
    While the RUN LED light is still flashing.
    While the CONDITION LED is flashing.
    3. Remove the battery from the battery charger when the RUN LED lights. This completes the conditioning cycle.
Conditioning the battery inside a patient monitor

WARNING
PATIENT RISK HAZARD — Never condition a battery while the patient monitor is connected to a patient.
Serious injury or death could result.

    Complete the following steps to manually condition the battery using the patient monitor:
    1. Remove all batteries from the patient monitor.
    2. Insert one battery into Slot A of the patient monitor.
    3. Disconnect the patient monitor from the AC power source.
    4. Access the patient monitor’s Battery Status window to monitor the battery’s Charge Level. See “Identify battery status using the BATTERY STATUS menu” on "Attached Image" below.
    5. Allow the battery to discharge to less than a 90% Charge Level.
    6. Re-connect the patient monitor to the AC power source and fully charge the battery.
    7. Disconnect the patient monitor from the AC power source and allow the patient monitor to run until it displays the BATTERY LOW message, or until the patient monitor shuts down.
    8. Re-connect the patient monitor to the AC power source. Allow the battery to fully charge to complete the conditioning cycle.
How to store the battery
    Condition the battery before storing it. Conditioning the battery to 100% capacity increases the storage shelf-life of the battery.
    Store the battery outside of the patient monitor at a temperature between 20°C to 25°C (68°F to 77°F).
    When the battery is stored inside a patient monitor that is powered by an AC power source, the battery cell temperature increases by 10°C to 15°C (18°F to 27°F) above the room’s ambient temperature. This reduces the life of the battery.
    When the battery is stored inside a patient monitor that is continuously powered by an AC power source and is not powered by battery on a regular basis, the life of the battery may be less than 12 months. We recommends that you remove the battery and store it near the patient monitor until it is needed for transport.
    Re-condition a stored battery every six months to increase the storage shelf-life.
How to wake up the battery
    When the battery is stored for a long period of time without being charged, it will eventually lose all of its charge and “fall asleep.” When the battery is “asleep,” none of the LEDs on the battery will illuminate when the battery’s on/off button is pressed. You must “wake up” the battery before you can use it again.

    There are two methods to wake up the battery:
    Outside of a patient monitor by using the Lee&Jack Power charger.
    Inside a patient monitor that is connected to an AC power source.

Waking up the battery with a Lee&Jack Power charger
NOTE
    A deep discharged battery will require you to repeat the following steps more than once before the battery will “wake up.”
    1. Insert the battery into the battery charger and wait for the RUN LED light to illuminate (approximately three minutes).
    2. If the RUN LED light does NOT illuminate, complete the following steps:
    a. Remove the battery from the battery charger.
    b. Re-insert the battery into the battery charger and let the battery trickle charge for two to three minutes while the FAIL LED flashes. (If the RUN LED light lights, ignore it.)
    c. Watch the battery charger LEDs and immediately remove the battery from the battery charger when the FAIL LED stops flashing and remains illuminated, or when both the RUN and CONDITION LEDs flash.
    d. Wait for one to two seconds, then re-insert the battery into the battery charger. The RUN and CONDITION LEDs will flash for five to ten seconds while the charger initializes the battery. If the FAIL LED lights, remove the battery and re-insert it into the battery charger.
    e. Watch the battery charger LEDs. The RUN LED should stop flashing and remain illuminated for approximately one minute later the CONDITION LED should stop flashing. At this time, the battery is awake and being charged.
Waking up the battery with a patient monitor
    1. Connect the patient monitor to an AC power source.
    2. Activate the Boot Loader program.
    a. Hold down NBP Go/Stop (or NBP Auto on Dash 5000) and ZERO ALL (FUNCTION).
    b. Press and release the Trim Knob control.
    c. Keep holding NBP Go/Stop (or NBP Auto) and ZERO ALL (FUNCTION) until the Boot Code information appears on the display.
    3. Select Wake Up Battery from the Service Menu.
    4. Insert the “sleeping” battery into slot A of the patient monitor.
NOTE
    In some languages, slot A is identified as slot 1 and slot B is identified as slot 2.
    5. Select Wake Up Lithium Ion Battery in SLOT A. Then, the patient monitor applies a “wake-up” shot of current for up to 210
seconds.
    6. Watch for the message, Battery awake, run main code to charge. The battery should now be “awake.”
    If the “Battery awake, run main code to charge” message appears but the battery is NOT awake, the battery may be in a deep discharge state. You should repeat step 5 at least four more times to give the battery additional “wake-up” shots of current.
    7. Quickly reboot (or power cycle) the patient monitor to begin charging the batteries. The patient monitor’s illuminated yellow-colored CHARGING STATUS LED indicates that the battery is being charged.
NOTE
    The patient monitor will not charge the battery while it is running the Boot Loader program.
How to replace the batteries

WARNING
EXPLOSION OR FIRE — Using non-recommended batteries could result in injury/burns to the patient or users.

    1. Open the battery doors on the left side of the patient monitor, along the bottom.
    2. Remove the faulty batteries.
NOTE
    Depending on your model, the battery compartment may be a single plastic door or two silicone doors.

               11.1V 5200mAh Li-ion Patient Monitor Battery For GE DASH 3000 DASH 4000 DASH 5000 SM201-6

                                  11.1V 5200mAh Li-ion Patient Monitor Battery For GE DASH 3000 DASH 4000 DASH 5000 SM201-6
    3. Replace with a new battery. The patient monitor supports up to two exchangeable lithium-ion batteries. Install the battery with the connection pins facing down and inserted first.
    4. Close the battery covers.
    5. Verify that the patient monitor operates correctly.
    a. Confirm that the Battery IDs with a battery icon displays in the lower right corner of the patient monitor.
    b. Verify that the Battery LEDS illuminate either green or amber.

 

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11.1V 5200mAh Li-ion Patient Monitor Battery For GE DASH 3000 DASH 4000 DASH 5000 SM201-6

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Product Description

 

This battery has been manufactured with high-quality components. It complies with every particular of the orginal manufacturer's regulations and is guaranteed against all manufacturing defects.
A margin of 0.1V difference in the voltage is negligible in batteries. Therefore, such a battery would still be perfectly compatible. If the capacity (mAh) of the replacement battery is higher than that of the original battery, this will allow for a longer usage time.

 

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