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Hi all, we have a couple of Neurosign 100 in the hospital and a few days ago one of the Stimulator pods (9967-00 blue and white version)came into the workshop faulty. Having had a quick look, there was no connection from the blue and white sockets to the Lemo plug connections. All physical connections were fine so the assumption was a break in the wiring somewhere. This morning the second pod come down to us with similar problem but to confuse the issue there is a connection between the blue terminals (blue wire connected) and the white wire on the Lemo plug. Can anyone confirm the wiring of the pod?

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Sorry guys, problem solved.

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would you mind sharing your solution sir?...
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Originally Posted By: Charles Valencia
would you mind sharing your solution sir?...

Yes please.
I think it's always good to help resolve the issue for others.

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The wiring is simple, the blue connectors on the pod are connected together and then to pin 4 of the Lemo plug by the blue wire, the same for the white sockets but to pin 1 on the Lemo plug via the white wire. It looks like the issue I was having was that both wires had broken internally at the strain relief for the box which was then forcing the broken white wire from the Lemo plug to touch the broken blue wire from the socket.
According to the technician from Magstim usually it is the connections to the Lemo plug that are the weak point but I would recommend checking at the strain relief at the box as well.

Steven


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