First, check whether an electrical contractor may contact a patient with a medical device. Even a modest leakage current from medical gadgets might harm vulnerable individuals. Second, the medical device power supply must have the lowest leakage current. Third, medical devices are more EMI-sensitive than industrial devices. Third, medical device power supplies should satisfy stricter EMI requirements. Third, medical device power supplies must have safe and dependable shielding between input and output to prevent electric shock. Safety distance and transformer isolation voltage offer insulation. Thus, medical device power supplies must consider leakage current, EMI, and insulation.
If the medical gadget is unlikely to make electrical contact with the patient, a medical-grade or industrial-grade power source will safeguard the operator.
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The MOP comprises insulation, air clearance, creepage distances, impedances, and safe ground connections. MOPP protects patients and MOOP operators.
For BF/CF medical devices, the power supply must fulfill 2x MOPP; however, it may be medical-grade or industrial for B devices.
A ventilator moves breathable air into and out of the lungs to provide a patient who can’t breathe breaths. A ventilator is used to treat severe pneumonia patients and has become an essential medical instrument. First aid, anesthesia, ICU, and respiratory treatment utilize it more.
The ventilator application diagram regulates airflow via the inspiratory and exhalation valves and measures airflow, pressure, oxygen density, etc., to alert the patient of aberrant breathing.
Mains AC/DC, DC/DC, and internal backup batteries power the ventilator. A ventilator’s power supply is crucial for stability, reliability, and safety. Ventilator power supply analysis follows.
To fulfill worldwide common ventilator input requirements, mains AC/DC power supplies must meet a universal input voltage range from 85Vac to 264Vac and deliver steady 24Vdc output voltage with excellent precision. To prevent disturbing other medical equipment, the power supply must be very dependable and conform with EN55011 (CISPR11) CLASS B. Because the ventilator does not directly touch the patient, an industrial AC/DC power source may be used.
DC/DC power supply input voltage ranges from 10.8Vdc to 33Vdc, compatible with 12Vdc and 24Vdc systems. In case of a hospital power loss, the ventilator’s backup batteries offer fast power to keep the patient breathing.
The ventilator’s control system includes a blower, valve, flow meter, signal sampling, and fan, all of which need dependable power.
Power supply requirements for blowers include 24Vdc input, ideal safeguards, output cutoff, and short circuit protection if the blower becomes stuck. The power supply’s output should equal the ventilator’s blower, from 1A to 3A or more.
Because the front AC/DC or DC/DC power source is separated, the valve subsystem’s inspiratory, exhalation, and oxygen valves may employ non-isolated power supplies.
Flow meters detect a patient breath. Pressure and temperature sensors make up the signal sampling system. They need a power supply with minimal ripple and noise and excellent output voltage precision. If the system is disturbed, utilize an isolated DC/DC power source.
The system fan may use a 5W non-isolated power source.
Mornsun provides dependable, safe, and fast power solutions for the power above supply needs. Power solutions diagram.
Medical AC/DC power converter LH25-20B24MU from Mornsun has a universal input voltage range from 85Vac to 264Vac, low power consumption, high efficiency, high reliability, and low ripple and noise. This product’s isolation voltage is up to 4000Vac, it meets IEC60601-1, EN60601-1, ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60601-1 clearance (2xMOPP), and EMI meets EN55011(CISPR11) CLASS B. Medical ventilators utilize it.
Since the ventilator does not have electrical contact with the patient, an industrial AC/DC power supply may be used instead of a medical-grade power supply. Hence Mornsun’s LO30-10B24 is also suggested. This device has a universal input voltage range from 85Vac to 264Vac, excellent EMI performance, and meets IEC/EN61000-4, CISPR32/EN55032 Class B, UL/EN/IEC62368, and EN/UL60335 requirements.
Mornsun‘s medical DC/DC power converter URH2424LP-20WR3 has 20W, a 9-36Vdc input voltage range, 89% efficiency, 5000Vac isolation voltage, over-voltage protection (OVP), and short-circuit protection (SCP). This product fulfills double patient protection (2x MOPP) and EN60601-1, and its leakage current is less than 5μA, making it excellent.