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TEBCO® OEM Module

TEBCO® OEM Module is a rectangular printed circuit board (PCB) - se pictures below - with the following dimensions: 5.5" x 9.1" x 0.6" (140 x 231 x 15.2 mm). The four mounting holes are 0.2" (5 mm) inside each corner. The lower left mounting hole is connected to the safety ground.

The TEBCO® Module is available in two hardware configurations:
(These hardware configurations differ in settings of the two jumpers (lower center of the PCB), presence/absence of U25 (USB Communication circuit) and in type of communication protocol the TEBCO Module is programmed to).

This hardware configuration is depicted here:
tebco-rs232

TEBCO® PCB with RS-232 serial communication (jumpers J6 and J8 are populated and there is no USB communication circuitry - U25). This hardware configuration, though, comes in two different communication protocols, programmed into its memories: TEBCO® Communication Protocol and HOTMAN® Communication Protocol. Communication with the host system is via the serial RS-232 communication port (J4 connector). The PCB is powered through the J5A connector (+5VDC @ 0.45A). Presence of power is indicated by green LED (D26). Patient cable plugs into the J3 connector.

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This hardware configuration is depicted here:
tebco-usb

TEBCO® PCB with USB communication (jumpers J7 and J9 are populated and USB communication circuitry - U25- is installed). Communication with the host system is via the serial USB communication port (U25). The PCB is powered through the J5A connector (+5VDC @ 0.50A). Presence of power is indicated by green LED (D26). Patient cable plugs into the J3 connector. Please note this hardware version has a higher price.

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TEBCO® PCB is powered from an external power source of +5 VDC, connected to the third connector from the left, marked DC Power Connector 5VDC @ 0.45/0.50 A (note, that there is different power consumption for TEBCO® with or without the USB communication circuitry). Center pin of this connector is + (plus). Green LED, marked DC Power LED, indicates presence of DC power.

The patient is connected via a patient cable (pictured below), which plugs into the patient connector (bottom right-hand coner of the PCB)
Patient Cable Assembly:

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