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HEALTHCARE

Imaging Services

Service Manual

Document No: DD+DIS033.07E

DRYSTAR AXYS
Type 5367/100

1st edition

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About this Manual

Manufacturer
Agfa HealthCare N.V.
Tegernseer Landstrae 161
D - 81539 Mnchen
Germany

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and on
the product.

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Purpose of this document


This document provides information on the structure and contents of the
Service Manual.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes

1.0

10-2007

Initial Revision

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Chapter Overview

Chapter
0

Order List
Controls, Connections and Set Up Procedures

Functional Description

Repair and Service


3.1

Machine specific Safety and Repair Information

3.2

Machine specific Tools, Software Tools and Auxiliary Equipment

3.3

Troubleshooting

3.4

Electrical and Mechanical Codes, Fuses, LEDs

3.5

Replacement of Parts

3.6

Adjustments and Calibrations

3.7

Software Menus and Setting

3.8

Software Releases, Patches

3.9

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

Reference and Circuit Diagrams

Spare Parts List

Accessories

Field Modifications

Manufacturing Standard Modifications

Maintenance

10

Service Bulletins

11

Installation Planning

12

Glossary

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Explanation of notes

This documentation uses:


Safety relevant notes
Icon

Signal Word

Situation

CAUTION:

Possible dangerous situation: Light injuries or damage to the


equipment described in the manual and/or damage to any other
equipment or goods and/or environmental pollution can be the
consequence.

WARNING:

Dangerous situation: Potential serious injury to a user, engineer,


patient or any other person and possible mistreatment of patients
can be the consequence.

DANGER:

Direct, immediate danger: Death or serious injuries can be the


consequence.

Not-safety relevant notes


Icon

Name

Type of Information

INSTRUCTION:

Indicates an instruction where it is important to follow literally the


described actions.

IMPORTANT:

Highlights very important actions which have to be carried out to


prevent malfunction.

NOTE:

Indicates advice to facilitate the following step or action without


having a direct influence on the step or action.
Highlights unusual points
Indicates background information
Can be used to explain or highlight displays of the graphical user
interface.

Conventions

Actions

Way of writing

Sample

Action,
explanation

Switch the machine on

Switch the machine on

Action with the mouse or the


"Return" key

<omni-cd.exe>

Double-click the
<omni-cd.exe> icon

Required text input via the


keyboard

vips

Enter vips and click on


<Continue>

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About this Manual


This is the service manual for the DRYSTAR AXYS printer.
The Drystar AXYS is a high resolution (508 dpi) DICOM network dry digital tabletop
printer for producing medical diagnostic images. It can print multiple formats of bluebased (Drystar DT 2 B) and clear-based (Drystar DT 2 C) film and offers crisp, dense
grayscale images.
The Drystar AXYS can be used for general radiography and optionally for the
mammography application printing on DT2 Mammo blue base films. It is designed for
high-throughput and for use as a central or de-central printer.

536711JK.CDR

Figure 1: System Overview

Device
Modality
DRYSTAR AXYS

Comment
The modality has to support the DICOM print protocol
Dry printer for
14x17", 14x14", 14x11", 10x12", 8x10" DT2 blue base or
clear base films
14x11", 10x12", 8x10" DT2 Mammo blue base films

This manual comprises all information which is required to install, maintain,


troubleshoot and repair the printer.
For additional information for planning of service activities on the printer refer to the
service plan DRYSTAR AXYS, available on MEDNET, GSO library:
Hardcopy => Dry Imagers => Drystar AXYS => Service Plan

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All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.
Published by
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AGFA and the Agfa-Rhombus are trademarks of Agfa HealthCare N.V.

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HEALTHCARE

Generic Safety Directions

Imaging Services

Document No: DD+DIS238.06E

Generic Safety Directions


for Agfa HealthCare Imaging Products

Purpose of this Document


This Generic Safety Directions document comprises the general safety relevant
information including relevant environmental and occupational safety instructions for
the Service Engineer.
It is valid for all Agfa HealthCare Imaging Products.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes
compared to previous Version 1.4:

1.5

04-2014

Corrected link to Global Harmonization Task Force. See


section 12.

Added reference to user manual safety directions when


operating the device or system. See section 13.

Added safety note for cleaning and disinfection. See


section 15.

Added reference to the user manual for cleaning


instructions. See section 15.

Added safety note in case of power ON and cover


removed. See section 16.

Added safety note to check tension before working at the


powered-off device. See section 16.

Added note to combine release system components only.


Refer to section 18.

Added recommendation to use the supplementary


protective earth connection as additional safety measure,
if available. See section 18.

Referenced Documents
Document

Title

Not applicable

Not applicable

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Manufacturer
Agfa HealthCare N.V.
Published by
Agfa-Gevaert HealthCare GmbH
Tegernseer Landstrae 161
D - 81539 Mnchen
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Copyright 2014 Agfa HealthCare N.V.
All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.
Agfa and the Agfa rhombus are trademarks of Agfa-Gevaert N.V., Belgium, or its affiliates.
All other trademarks mentioned in this document are held by Agfa HealthCare N.V. or the
respective owners and are used in an editorial fashion with no intention of infringement.
Nothing contained in this legal notice nor in any text in this document shall be construed
as granting by implication, estoppel or otherwise, any license or right to use any of the
trademarks, service marks, trade names or logos appearing in this document without the
express prior written consent of their respective owner.

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" prior to attempting any operation, repair or
maintenance task on the equipment.
Agfa Portal via Internet.
Agfa Intranet /
Refer to Document ID 11849633,

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and on
the product.

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LIST OF CONTENTS

DISCLAIMER......................................................................................................... 5

USED ICONS ........................................................................................................ 6

LABELS ................................................................................................................. 7
3.1

CE Mark................................................................................................... 7

3.2

Labels ...................................................................................................... 7

3.3

Labels concerning Laser Radiation ......................................................... 8

PRODUCT COMPLAINTS .................................................................................. 10

REFERENCES .................................................................................................... 10

INTENDED USE.................................................................................................. 11

INTENDED USER ............................................................................................... 11

QUALIFICATIONS FOR OPERATION AND SERVICE TASKS.......................... 11

ENVIRONMENTAL AND OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS............. 12

10

CONNECTIONS TO OTHER EQUIPMENT ........................................................ 13

11

ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS ................................................................ 14

12

COMPLIANCE..................................................................................................... 14

13

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR OPERATION......................................................... 17

14

RADIATION PROTECTION ................................................................................ 18

15

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR CLEANING AND DISINFECTION......................... 18

16

GENERAL SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR SERVICE ACTIVITIES ....................... 19

17

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLATION PLANNING ACTIVITIES ............ 21

18

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLATION ACTIVITIES................................ 23

19

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ACTIVITIES ........ 25

20

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR REMOTE SERVICE ACTIVITIES ......................... 28

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SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR TRANSPORT AND SHIPMENT OF SPARE


PARTS, ACCESSORIES AND DEVICES............................................................28

22

SAFETY DIRECTIONS CONCERNING MODIFICATIONS.................................28

23

SAFETY DIRECTIONS CONCERNING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS .................28

24

RECYCLING ........................................................................................................29

25

WASTE DISPOSAL .............................................................................................29

26

ERASING PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION (PHI) ...................................30

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Disclaimer
The installation and service of equipment described herein is to be performed by qualified
personnel who are employed by Agfa HealthCare or one of its affiliates or who are
otherwise authorized by Agfa HealthCare or one of its affiliates to provide such services.
Fitters, engineers and other persons who are not employed by or otherwise directly
affiliated with or authorized by Agfa HealthCare or one of its affiliates are directed to
contact one of the local offices of Agfa HealthCare or one of its affiliates before attempting
installation or service procedures.
No part of this document may be reproduced, copied, adapted or transmitted in any form
or by any means without the written permission of Agfa HealthCare.
Agfa HealthCare makes no warranties or representation, expressed or implied, with
respect to the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of the information contained in this
document and specifically disclaims warranties of suitability for any particular purpose.
Agfa HealthCare shall under no circumstances be liable for any damage arising from the
use or inability to use any information, apparatus, method or process disclosed in this
document.
Agfa HealthCare is not liable for resulting consequences, damages or injuries if you dont
operate the product correctly or if you dont have it serviced correctly.
Agfa HealthCare reserves the right to change the product, the characteristics and its
documentation without further notice to improve reliability, function or design.

NOTE:
In the United States, Federal Law stipulates that medical devices should only be sold to,
distributed and used by or by order of a licensed physician.

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Used Icons
Icon

Signal Word and Situation


CAUTION: Possible dangerous situation: Light injuries or damage
to the equipment described in the manual and/or damage to any
other equipment or goods and/or environmental pollution can be the
consequence.
WARNING: Dangerous situation: Potential serious injury to a user,
engineer, patient or any other person and possible mistreatment of
patients can be the consequence.
DANGER: Direct, immediate danger: Death or heavy injuries can
be the consequence.
INSTRUCTION:
Indicates an instruction where it is important to follow the described
actions literally.
IMPORTANT:
Highlights very important actions which have to be carried out to
prevent malfunction.
NOTE:

Indicates advice to facilitate the following step or action


without having a direct influence on the step or action.
Highlights unusual points.
Indicates background information.
Can be used to explain or highlight displays of the graphical
user interface.

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Labels

3.1

CE Mark
CE Mark

3.2

This product carries the CE Mark. The CE Declaration (CE Conformity)


becomes invalid if the product is changed without explicit consent of the
manufacturer! This applies to all parts, not only to safety elements.

Labels
For the meaning of the labels in and on the product refer to:

The corresponding product or system User Manuals and


The figure below, with a list of possible service activity related labels and their
meaning. To prevent injuries or damage to the equipment, follow the instructions
on the label or the related service instructions.

Hot surface

Laser radiation

Magnetic field

Ionizing radiation

High voltage

Hand injuries

Do not touch

Protective earth
connection

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Labels concerning Laser Radiation


According to its classification, laser radiation can lead to eye and skin injuries.
Each laser source is classified from class 1 to class 4, based on standard
DIN EN 60825-1:2007.
The table below lists the meaning of the different laser classes. Note the detailed
instructions in the user manual and technical documentation.

Class #

Meaning

Class 1:

Not dangerous to the human eye, even


when using optical instruments. Can
nevertheless produce irritating effects,
especially with low ambient light
conditions.

Class 1 M:

Class 2:

Not dangerous to the human eye if no


optical instruments (magnifying glass or
binocular) are used.
Can nevertheless produce irritating
effects, especially with low ambient light
conditions.
Dangerous to the human eye for
intentional staring into the beam.
Not dangerous for short term exposure
< 0,25 seconds.
Using optical instruments does not
increase the risk of eye injury.
Can even for short term exposure < 0,25
seconds produce dazzling and irritating
effects, especially with low ambient light
conditions.

Example Label

CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT

LASER RADIATION
DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH
OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
CLASS 1M LASER PRODUCT

LASER RADIATION
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT

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Class #

Meaning

Class 2M:

Dangerous to the human eye when


staring into the beam or when using
optical instruments (magnifying glass or
telescope). No hazard for short term
exposure < 0,25 seconds (aversion
response of the eye) without use of
optical instruments. Can produce
dazzling and irritating effects even for
short term exposure < 0,25 seconds,
especially at low ambient light conditions.

Class 3R:

Example Label

LASER RADIATION
DO NOT STARE INTO THE BEAM
OR VIEW DIRECTLY WITH
OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
CLASS 2M LASER PRODUCT

Possibly dangerous to the human eye for


direct view into the beam.
Risks of an eye injury is increasing with
duration of exposure.
Can produce dazzling and irritating
effects, especially with low ambient light
conditions.

LASER RADIATION
AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE
CLASS 3R LASER PRODUCT

Class 3B:

Normally dangerous to the human eye


for direct view into the beam.
Viewing diffuse reflections is normally not
dangerous.
Risk of small skin injuries or ignition of
explosive material if the power of the
laser beam is close to the upper limits of
class 3 B.

LASER RADIATION
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
CLASS 3B LASER PRODUCT

Class 4:

Dangerous to the human eye for direct


view into the beam or viewing diffuse
reflections.
Very often class 4 lasers also implicate a
fire hazard.
LASER RADIATION
AVOID EYE OR SKIN EXPOSURE
TO DIRECT OR SCATTERED
RADIATION
CLASS 4 LASER PRODUCT

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Product Complaints
Any service person who has any complaints or has experienced any dissatisfaction in the
quality, durability, reliability, safety, effectiveness or performance of this product must
notify Agfa HealthCare by the Agfa HealthCare complaint procedure.
If the product malfunctions and may have caused or contributed to a serious injury of a
patient or an accident or if there are any hazards which may cause an accident,
Agfa HealthCare must be notified immediately by telephone, fax or written
correspondence to the following address:
Agfa Service Support - local support addresses and phone numbers listed on:
www.agfa.com
As an alternative, contact the Corporate Communication Department:
Agfa-Gevaert N.V.
Septestraat 27
2640 Mortsel, Belgium.
Fax +32 3 444 4485

References
Technical Documentation is available via Agfa HealthCare Library and your local Agfa
HealthCare support organization.
Access to the Agfa HealthCare Library:
(Internal) Agfa users access: http://intra.agfa.net/he/en/intranet/library/index.jsp
External users access (via the portal): http://healthcare.agfa.net/irj/portal/library

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Intended Use
This Agfa HealthCare product should only be operated in a hospital or clinical radiological
environment by qualified staff.
It must only be operated according to its specifications and its intended use. Any
operation not corresponding to the specifications or intended use may result in hazards,
which in turn may lead to serious injuries or fatal accidents (for example electric shocks).
AGFA will not assume any liability whatsoever in these cases.
Make sure that the product is constantly monitored in order to avoid inappropriate
handling, especially by children.
The product must only be installed and put into operation under the specified conditions.
The intended use statement of the product or system is listed in the User Manual of the
product or system.

Intended User
This manual is written for Agfa trained Field Service Engineers and Clinical Application
Specialists, trained users of Agfa HealthCare products and trained diagnostic XRay
clinical personnel who have received proper training. Users are considered as the persons
who handle the equipment as well as the persons having authority over the equipment.

Qualifications for Operation and Service Tasks


This technical documentation describes adjustments and routines which must only to be
performed by qualified technical personnel.
The Agfa (trained) Field Service Engineers and Clinical Application Specialists must have
received adequate Agfa HealthCare training on the safe and effective use of the product
and applicable environmental and occupational safety matters before attempting to work
with it. Training requirements may vary from country to country.
Agfa trained Field Service Engineers and Clinical Application Specialists must make sure
that training is received in accordance with local laws or regulations that have the force of
law.
Your local Agfa HealthCare representative can provide further information on training.

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Environmental and occupational Safety Instructions


Each Agfa trained Field Service Engineer and Clinical Application Specialist:

Must make his or her personal contribution to improve safety and protect the
environment.
When working on a customers site, has a duty to take reasonable care to avoid injury
to himself or herself or to others who may be affected by their acts or omissions.
Is obligated to adhere strictly to regulations and instructions.
Shall familiarize himself or herself with the provisions of the Agfa Healthcare
Health, Safety and Environment Policy and any specific rules or procedures relating to
occupational safety at work and the protection of the environment.
Shall promptly report any near misses, accidents, incidents or dangerous occurrences
to their line manager and co-operate fully in any investigation.
Shall co-operate with company management on matters relating to
health, safety and environment and, where appropriate, discuss with and / or assist
their manager in resolving matters relating to health, safety and environment.
Shall ensure that any company equipment issued to them, or, for which they are
responsible, is correctly used and properly maintained.
Shall wear protective equipment whenever instructed or if it is recommended to do so.
Shall be responsible for good housekeeping in the area in which he or she is working.
Shall report situations, which could put them at risk, on either company or
customers' premises, to their manager or supervisor; and, if warranted, directly and in
confidence, to the Health and Safety Coordinator, Global HSE* Manager, or ultimately
to the Managing Director.
* Health, Safety and Environment
Shall report any injuries, diseases or dangerous occurrences to his or her line
manager.
Shall report any accidents, incidents or near misses to his or her line manager.
Shall report any situation of which he or she is aware that is potentially dangerous.
Shall comply with any health surveillance procedure instituted for his or her benefit or
for compliance with regulations.

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Connections to other Equipment


Agfa HealthCare equipment must only be used in combination with other Agfa HealthCare
equipment or components if these are expressly recognized by Agfa HealthCare as
compatible. A list of such equipment and components is available from Agfa HealthCare
service on request.
Changes or additions to the equipment must only be carried out by persons authorized to
do so by Agfa HealthCare. Such changes must comply with best engineering practice and
all applicable laws and regulations that have the force of law within the jurisdiction of the
hospital.

Connections to other equipment:


WARNING:
Accessory equipment not complying with the safety requirements of this product
may lead to a safety hazard.

INSTRUCTION:
Consult the technical documentation before making any connections to other equipment.
Consideration relating to the choice of accessory equipment shall include:

Use of the accessory equipment in the patient vicinity.


Evidence that the safety certification of the accessory equipment has been
performed in accordance with the appropriate IEC 60601-1 and IEC 60601-1-1
harmonized national standard.

In addition all configurations must comply with the medical electrical systems standard
IEC 60601-1-1. The party that makes the connections acts as system configurer and is
responsible for complying with the systems standard.
If required, contact your local service organization.

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Accessories and Spare Parts


Parts and accessories replacement:
WARNING:

Hazards may be introduced because of component failure or improper operation.

INSTRUCTION:

12

Replace defective parts with Agfa HealthCare original spare parts.

Use only tools and measuring instruments which are suitable for the procedure.

Only approved Agfa HealthCare accessories must be used. For a list of compatible
accessories contact your local Agfa HealthCare organization or www.agfa.com.

Compliance
Directive for HealthCare Imaging Products:
Council Directive 93/42/EEC of 14 June 1993 concerning medical devices
(OJ No L 169/1 of 1993-07-12)

ANNEX I - ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS The


products are designed and manufactured in such a way that, when used under the
conditions and for the purposes intended and, where applicable, by virtue of the
technical knowledge, experience, education or training of intended users, they will not
compromise the clinical condition or the safety of patients, or the safety and health of
users.

ANNEX II - EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY: Full quality assurance system


ISO 13485

ANNEX X - CLINICAL EVALUATION: The clinical evaluation follows a defined and


methodologically sound procedure.

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Applied standards for Agfa HealthCare Imaging medical electrical equipment:


NOTE:
Equipment delivered by Agfa HealthCare is not necessarily classified as medical
electrical equipment. For details refer to the related user and /or service manual.
IEC 60601-1, Ed. 3: Medical electrical equipment - Part 1: General requirements for
basic safety and essential performance
ISO 14971:2000, Medical devices Application of risk management to medical devices
IEC 60601-1-2, It specifies the manufacturer of the ME (Medical Electrical) equipment
or ME system provides information to the responsible organization that is essential in
determining the suitability of the ME equipment or ME system for the electromagnetic
environment of use, and in managing the electromagnetic environment of use to permit
the ME equipment or ME system to maintain basic safety and provide its essential
performance without disturbing other equipment.
Additional standards for documentation:
IEC 82079 Ed. 1: Preparation of instructions for use - Structuring, content and
presentation
Harmonization:
Global Harmonization Task Force (GHTF) http://www.imdrf.org
This document has been prepared to comply with Study Group 1 guidance document of
the Global Harmonization Task Force (GHTF) to assist development of a consistent,
harmonized definition for a medical device that could be used within a global regulatory
model and would offer significant benefits to the manufacturer, user, patient or consumer,
and to Regulatory Authorities and support global convergence of regulatory systems.
IECEE CB SCHEME:
The IECEE CB (Certification Body) Scheme is the world's first truly international system
for acceptance of test reports dealing with the safety of electrical and electronic products.
It is a multilateral agreement among participating countries and certification organizations.
Agfa has produced a CB test report and claims national certification in all other member
countries of the CB Scheme.
Details see: www.iecee.org

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Radiation of radio frequency:


CAUTION: For USA only:
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the service manual, may cause interference
to radio communication.

NOTE:
This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
computing device pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to
provide reasonable protection against such interference when operated in a commercial
environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference.
The user will be required to take all necessary measures to correct the interference at
his own expense.

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Safety Directions for Operation


Accessibility of the mains power switch:
CAUTION:
Do not obstruct the mains power switch.
Position the Agfa HealthCare product so that it is possible to disconnect the mains power
connection.

Before operating the device or system e.g. for verification of an installation, repair or
preventive maintenance activity, refer to the safety notes in the relevant user manual.
Under certain conditions the Agfa HealthCare product will show a display containing a
message. This message will show that either a problem or action has occurred or that
a requested action is required or cannot be performed. The user must read these
messages carefully. They will provide information on what to do. This will be either
performing an action to resolve the problem or to contact the Agfa HealthCare
service organization. Details on the contents of messages can be found in this
technical documentation.
All images created using any image technology can show artifacts which could be
confused with diagnostic information. If there is any doubt that the diagnostic
information could be corrupted, additional investigations must be performed to get
clear diagnostic information.
Ventilation openings must not be covered.
If you notice conspicuous noise or smoke, disconnect the product immediately from
the mains.
Do not pour water or any other liquid over the device.
If a system malfunction causes an emergency situation involving the patient, operating
personnel or any system component, activate the emergency stop for the system
concerned. All motor driven system movements will be stopped.
Do not store any magnetic media near or on devices, which produce magnetic fields,
since stored data may be lost.

Explosive environment:
DANGER:
Risk of explosion.
Never operate this device in zones where there are flammable anesthetics or oxygen
which may cause an explosion.

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Usage of an un-interruptible power supply:


WARNING:
Images can be lost due to power failure.
Connect the equipment to an un-interruptible power supply (UPS) or an institutional
standby generator.

14

Radiation Protection
Only qualified and authorized personnel shall operate any X-Ray system. In this context
qualified means those legally permitted to operate this X-Ray equipment in the
jurisdiction in which the X-Ray equipment is being used, and authorized means those
authorized by the authority controlling the use of the X-Ray equipment. Full use must be
made of all radiation protection features, devices, systems, procedures and accessories.
Ionizing radiation can lead to radiation injuries if handled incorrectly. When radiation is
applied, the required protective measures must be complied with.

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Safety Directions for Cleaning and Disinfection


DANGER:
Risk of explosion when using wrong cleaning agent.
Risk of electric shock when cleaning with power ON.
When the equipment is going to be cleaned, be sure to turn OFF the power of each
device, and to unplug the power cord from the AC outlet.
Never use anhydrous or high solvency alcohols, benzine, thinner or any other flammable
cleaning agent.

For instructions about cleaning of the device or accessories, refer to the user manual.
Details about cleaning and disinfection or sterilization methods that may be used on
system parts or accessories that can become contaminated through contact with the
patient or with body fluids, are referred to within the individual service or user
documents.

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General Safety Directions for Service Activities

This system uses high voltage. Consider the respective safety regulations.
Electrical repairs and connections must only be performed by a qualified electrician.
Mechanical repairs and connections must only be performed by a qualified technician.
The safety directions for operation (see section 13) are also valid for all service
activities.
During all service activities observe prescribed local and country-specific
requirements (e.g. occupational safety and accident prevention regulations).
All existing screw connections must be tightened sufficiently firmly, but they may not
be overstressed when tightening. There must always be compliance with stated
torque values!
Damaged or missing screws may be replaced only with the same screw types that
have the specified hardness rating. Unless a different value is listed in the
instructions, all screws used must be hardness rated 8.8.
All screws must be secured in accordance with the corresponding data.
If "Loctite" has to be used to secure screws, this is stated in the instructions.
Any Agfa service PC or tool which is to be connected via RS232, RJ45, USB or other
interface to an Agfa device must not be connected to the mains but must be operated
on its internal battery or indirect supply (low voltage).
When handling printed circuit boards (abbr.: PCBs) the following points must be
observed:
o Always switch off the equipment and unplug the power cord, before you
disconnect or connect cables on printed circuit boards.
o When working on PCBs, always wear an anti-static wrist strap. Never touch any
parts or components on PCBs with your bare fingers.
o PCBs have to be kept or transported in their protection bags. Never carry a
PCB without protection bag and walk on carpet or plastic floor covering
(electrostatic charge).
o Once the PCB is taken out of its protection bag, it has to be protected from
electrostatic charge by a grounded mat.

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General safety note, in case of power ON and cover removed:


DANGER:
Risk of electric shock when working at the device with opened cover and
power ON.
Only work at the powered device with opened cover for service purposes, if this is
absolutely unavoidable.
Before working at the powered device with opened cover for service purposes,

first identify the high voltage wires and connectors in the circuit diagram.

if possible, cover high voltage wires and connectors with insulating material.

greatest possible care must be taken, never to get in contact with high voltage wires
or connectors.

General safety note to check tension before working at the powered-off device:
DANGER:
High voltage. Risk of electric shock.
Before working at the device with opened covers, perform following steps to ensure the
device is de-energized:

Switch off the power at the main power switch.

Prevent that the device can be switched on by other persons. Example: Put a sign
"Don't switch on" in local language to the main switch.

Use an appropriate tester and confirm that the device is de-energized (0V!).

Observe additional safety notes at the device and in the specific service documents.

For devices with capacitors (e.g. X-Ray generator): Confirm by measuring the
voltage at the capacitors, that the capacitors are discharged.

For devices with batteries for power supply (e.g. mobile X-ray unit): Observe special
safety notes in the related service manual.

Static discharge at electrical components:


CAUTION:
Static discharge! Electrical components may be destroyed:
For the repair on electrical components, wear a grounding strap
(Order number: CM+9 9999 0830 0) around the wrist and connect the other end of this
strap on a grounded conducting metal piece.

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Safety Directions for Installation Planning Activities


Install equipment in the patient environment only, if it is classified as Type B equipment.
Install all equipment outside the patient environment, which is not classified as Type B
equipment. Refer to the specifications in the user manual of the system or product. For
definition of the patient environment see dimensions in the figure below.
R
Patient vicinity

h
Patient vicinity
patient_vicinity.cdr

R = 1.5 m / 4.9 feet (EN 60601-1) or 1.83 m / 6 feet (UL 60601-1)


h = 2.5 m / 8.2 feet (EN 60601-1) or 2.29 / 7.5 feet (UL 60601-1)

Protecting CR (Computed Radiography) equipment against scattered X-Rays:


WARNING:
Image plate is sensitive for X-rays. Poor image quality possible.

The digitizer and the cassette storage shall be protected against X-ray radiation this way,
that the annual dose equivalent at the installation place will not exceed 1 mSv.

Protecting Film-Screen Systems against scattered X-Rays:


WARNING:
Film is sensitive for X-rays. Poor image quality possible.

The film-screen system shall be protected against X-ray radiation this way, that the annual
dose equivalent at the installation place will not exceed 1 mSv.

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Accessibility of the power disconnection device:


WARNING:
Electrical device. Shock possible.
INSTRUCTION:

Do not position Agfa equipment so it is difficult to operate the disconnection device


when an appliance coupler or separable plug is used as isolation.

Local and International wiring regulations must be observed. Check all supplies and
voltages, currents, trips and fuses with the Hospital facilities department or their
engineers.

Fixing equipment at the wall or floor:


WARNING:
Unknown composition of wall or floor structure: Risk of injury or damage:
Hospital management is responsible for the position, location and fixing of all equipment.

Floor load:
CAUTION:
Heavy device may damage the floor covering.
Make sure that the floor covering is solid enough to stand the weight of the device.

Fixing equipment at the ceiling:


CAUTION:
Ceiling construction may be inadequate for fixing of equipment: Risk of injury or
damage:
Hospital management is responsible for the position, location and fixing of all equipment.

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Safety Directions for Installation Activities

If not otherwise stated, installation and configuration is performed by Agfa HealthCare


trained personnel.
If damage of the package is visible from the outside contact your local AGFA
representative.
Apart from wearing the required protective clothing, e.g. safety boots and gloves, care
must be taken that heavy loads are correctly lifted and carried to avoid injury. The
relevant instructions must be complied with. Heavy or awkward loads must be moved
by mechanical means or by several people.
When installing the product be sure that there is either a mains plug or an all-pole
circuit breaker in the internal installation fitted near the product and that it is easily
accessible.
If the device has a supplementary protective earth connection: It is recommended to
use the supplementary protective earth connection as additional safety measure.
Defective covers, sharp edges or protruding parts of equipment can cause injuries, if
accidentally knocked into. Route cables and position equipment safely.
This device should be installed behind the institution firewall for network security and
anti-virus protection. No ongoing computer virus protection or network security for this
medical device is provided (e.g. a computer firewall). Network security and anti-virus
provisions are the ongoing responsibility of the user or institution.
In a system, combine released system components only. Refer to the compatibility
information which is referred to from the relevant service manual.

Connection of the device to the power supply:


CAUTION:
Risk of damaging the device by using the wrong power supply.
INSTRUCTION:
Prior to connecting the device to the mains:

Compare the power requirements indicated on the type label with the available
power supply in the installation room.
Check the service manual for the type of input voltage selection, manual or
automatic: If manual, select the appropriate voltage and fuses.
Confirm to use the correct socket and plug for the required power supply.
Check the equipment will work with the power supply available.

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Ground potential differences:


CAUTION:
To comply with ISO 60601-1 (annex I) all computers and peripherals must be
connected to the same power source.
INSTRUCTION:

Always connect the associated monitor to the same uninterruptible power source as
the PC.

When different combinations of equipment are used in various medical environments


a potential difference (V) can exist between the protective earths in different localities.
If the protective earthing fails this potential difference can cause a hazard for the
operator or for the patient.

Performing the electrical test according to national regulations before putting the
equipment into service:
WARNING:
Improper ground connections or too high leakage current may lead to electric shocks.

After installation, before putting the equipment into service, inform the responsible
organization* about the necessity of the electrical test according to national
regulations.
If specific national regulations do not exist: It is recommended to perform the
electrical test according to IEC 62353.

Make sure, that all grounding connections are present.

*Responsible Organization:
Entity accountable for the use and maintenance of a medical equipment or a medical equipment system. The
accountable entity can be, for example, a hospital or an individual clinician.

NOTE:
Refer to the Agfa HealthCare Library for system specific IEC 62353 test documents.

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Safety Directions for Maintenance and Repair Activities

This technical documentation identifies the parts on which preventive inspection and
maintenance shall be performed by Agfa trained service personnel. For required
preventive maintenance frequency refer to the technical documentation or contact
local service management.
In general the device has to be switched off during service activities. Exception: If the
device is switched on to perform tests pay particular attention to any hazards due to
moving and rotating parts. Avoid lose clothing or finger traps. Switch off the device
immediately after the tests.
Do not turn motors manually. If required, first disconnect the motor from the motor
control board.
Make sure that the power cord does not show any signs of damage.
After repair work always check that the integrated safety features are not overridden
or disconnected.
If there is any visible damage to the machine casing do not hand-over the product to
the customer. First repair the machine casing.

Replacing batteries:
WARNING:
Battery can explode, causing chemical burns.
INSTRUCTION:

Check that batteries are inserted with correct polarity.

Only use batteries of the same type or an equivalent type as specified by the
manufacturer.

Dispose of empty batteries in compliance with the specifications of the manufacturer.

When removing batteries from the equipment take appropriate measures to avoid
short circuit of the battery:
Either use tape to cover the two poles of the battery or put the battery back in its
original packing and secure the packing by tape.

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Performing the electrical test according to national regulations after repair work:
WARNING:
Improper ground connections or too high leakage current may lead to electric
shocks.

After any repair work which may influence electrical safety of the product, inform the
responsible organization* about the necessity of the electrical test according to
national regulations.
If specific national regulations do not exist: It is recommended to perform the
electrical test according to IEC 62353.

Make sure, that all grounding connections are present.

*Responsible Organization:
Entity accountable for the use and maintenance of a medical equipment or a medical equipment system. The
accountable entity can be, for example, a hospital or an individual clinician.

NOTE:
Refer to the Agfa HealthCare Library for system specific IEC 62353 test documents.

Performing service activities at devices emitting laser radiation:


WARNING:
Laser radiation. Eye injury possible.
INSTRUCTION:

Strictly observe the warning notes in the service manual of devices emitting laser
radiation (See service manual chapter describing Safety Guidelines / General
Repair Instructions) and at the corresponding steps of instructions.

Strictly observe the warning labels at the modules emitting laser light. For the
meaning of the labels refer to section 3.3 in this document.

Do not look into the laser beam.

Do not open modules containing a laser. Only open modules containing a laser if
explicitly instructed to do so.

Do not keep tools in the laser beam unless explicitly instructed to do so.

Make yourself familiar with the path of the laser light and the conditions, when the
laser beam is switched on. Refer to the functional description in the corresponding
service manual.

Do not operate modules with laser outside the device.

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Sharp edges:
CAUTION:
Sharp edges inside the device: Cut or abrasion possible.
Be careful at maintenance and replacement of parts.

Cleaning optical elements:


CAUTION:
Image artifacts possible after cleaning optical elements.
When cleaning optical elements follow the service manual precisely.

Secured screws:
CAUTION:
Opening screws secured by red lacquer may misalign important device
adjustments:
Do not open screws that are secured by red lacquer.

Opening PCs and Workstations:


WARNING:
Electrical shock and damage to the equipment possible.
Only open the PC or workstation if explicitly stated in the service manual.
Unplug before opening.
Observe anti-static safety regulations.

Replacing fuses:
WARNING:
Replacing fuses by wrong type may lead to fire hazard.
Use only fuses of the exact value and characteristics stated in the service manual or on
the device.

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Safety Directions for remote Service Activities


Remote Service Activities:
WARNING:
During remote service activities images can be lost.
Inform the customer prior to remote service activities to finish the current work and to
stop working on the system.

21

Safety Directions for Transport and Shipment of Spare Parts,


Accessories and Devices

22

In compliance with transport regulations, all uninterruptible power supplies (UPS)


must be shipped with batteries disconnected.
Use the original packing when returning spare parts, accessories or devices.
Before returning any spare part with a built in lithium battery remove it and dispose the
batteries locally according to local waste regulations.

Safety Directions concerning Modifications


Modifications made in products/systems shipped by Agfa HealthCare must not be
implemented without written permission from Agfa HealthCare.
This applies in particular to changes which may affect the mechanical and/or electrical
safety or radiation-protection properties of a product (e.g. changing of safety distances,
removal of locks/instructions etc.).

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Safety Directions concerning Hazardous Materials


'Hazardous materials' is the designation for substances which can ignite or explode or
which are toxic, injurious to health, corrosive or irritating. The Hazardous Material
instructions must be read and the required protective measures must be complied with
when performing work to avoid health risks.
Their properties together with the hazards and protective measures connected with them
are identified clearly by symbols and described by the instructions appertaining to the
hazardous substances.

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Recycling
Agfa HealthCare has Recycling Passports available for equipment and CR cassettes. The
Recycling Passport explains how to dispose or recycle the equipment or CR cassette at
the end of the life cycle.
The Recycling Passports are meant to be used as information for waste treatment
partners and companies that want to recycle or dispose end-of-life Agfa equipment and
CR cassettes.
To get a copy of the required Agfa HealthCare Recycling Passport please contact your
local Sales organization.

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Waste Disposal
On August 13, 2005, the European Directive on Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE) 2002/96/EC, amended by Directive
2003/108/EC, came into force.
The directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) aims to
prevent the generation of electric and electronic waste and to promote the
reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery. It therefore requires the collection
of WEEE, recovery and reuse or recycling.
This directive has to be implemented into national law by the individual
European countries by August 13th 2005.
Due to the implementation into national law, specific requirements can be
different within the European Member States.
This symbol on the product, or in the manual and in the warranty, and / or on
its packaging indicates that this product shall not be treated as household
waste.
For more detailed information about take-back and recycling of this product,
please contact your local Agfa service organization. By ensuring this product is
disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences
for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will
help to conserve natural resources.
If your equipment or replaced spare parts contain batteries or accumulators
please dispose of these separately according to local regulations.

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Erasing Protected Health Information (PHI)


AGFA HealthCare Field Service Personnel or its authorized affiliates are responsible for
the removal of Protected Health Information (PHI) patient data from devices, modules or
parts that are removed from the customers site. This also applies to the exchange of
spare parts, especially to parts that are returned to central warehouses for repair or
refurbishing. Examples for parts or modules that may contain Protected Health
Information (PHI) are: Computer hard disks, CD-ROMs, backup tapes, archive tapes.

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HEALTHCARE
Imaging Services

Chapter 1

Controls, Connections and Setup Procedure

Document No: DD+DIS033.07E

DRYSTAR AXYS
Type 5367/100

Purpose of this document


This document contains:

all important routines to be carried out prior to putting the machine in operation.

location and function of the controls and connectors of the machine.

all routines necessary to put an unpacked machine in operation.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes
compared to previous Version 1.0:

1.1

06-2008

Added reference to acceptance test procedure as defined by


Afssaps / EUREF. Details see section 6.

Referenced Documents
Document

Title

n.a.

n.a.

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Copyright 2008 Agfa HealthCare N.V.

DD+DIS033.07E

Controls, Connections and Setup Procedure

Manufacturer
Agfa HealthCare N.V.
Publisher
Agfa-Gevaert HealthCare GmbH
Tegernseer Landstrae 161
D - 81539 Mnchen
Germany
Copyright 2008 Agfa HealthCare N.V.
All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.
AGFA and the Agfa-Rhombus are trademarks of Agfa HealthCare N.V.

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and on
the product.

NOTE:
To verify the latest version of single documents and of Service Manuals refer to the
Document Type Order List in the GSO library.

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LIST OF CONTENTS

INSTALLATION CHECKLIST ...................................................................................................4

EXECUTING THE PRINTER INSTALLATION WIZARD ..........................................................6

ADAPTING THE PRINTER SETTINGS ...................................................................................8


3.1

Setting Film Calibration Parameters .........................................................................................9

3.2

Setting the Default Densitometer ............................................................................................10

3.3

Setting the Film View ..............................................................................................................11

3.4

Setting Beeps on empty Tray..................................................................................................12

3.5

Setting Behavior for unreadable RF Tags ..............................................................................13

3.6

Activating the Mammo License ...............................................................................................14

3.7

Entering Site data ...................................................................................................................15

FILM CALIBRATION...............................................................................................................16

PRINTER - MODALITY CONNECTION .................................................................................18


5.1

Modality set-up........................................................................................................................18

5.2

Logical printers Set-up ............................................................................................................19

5.3

Printing of diagnostic and / or test images..............................................................................23

5.4

Image adjustments..................................................................................................................23

5.4.1

Mammography specific Image Adjustments ...........................................................................24

5.4.2

Image Adjustments as described in the Connectivity Release Document .............................26

5.4.3

Image Adjustments at the Modality.........................................................................................26

5.4.4

Basic Image Adjustment at the Printer via Key-Operator Menu .............................................28

ACCEPTANCE TEST .............................................................................................................32

COMPLETION OF INSTALLATION .......................................................................................33


7.1

Customer Instruction...............................................................................................................33

7.2

Backup of Printer Settings ......................................................................................................34

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Installation Checklist
Purpose of the installation checklist:

to give an overview of all steps, that are required for the installation of the
printer.

to provide a reference to the corresponding section of the "DRYSTAR


AXYS Plug & Play Installation Manual" (abbreviated: P&P) and
"Controls, Connections and Set Up Procedure" chapter where the topics
are further explained.

NOTE:
The "DRYSTAR AXYS Plug & Play Installation Manual" (Intranet Link / Extranet Link)
is part of delivery in English Language and can be downloaded on MEDNET,
HealthCare library.

Step

Task
Code

refer to ....

Okay

Installation Prerequisites:
1.

Check installation site prerequisites

INS

P&P 5

2.

Check shipment completeness

INS

Packing Slip
(Intranet Link /
Extranet Link)

3.

Prepare required tools

INS

P&P 1

4.

Unpack the printer

INS

P&P 2, 3, 4

5.

Install output tray

INS

P&P 6

6.

Remove transport protection locks

INS

P&P 7, 8, 9

7.

Connect the cables

INS

P&P 10

Printer set-up:
8.

Set film size tabs

INS

P&P 11

9.

China only: Stick Chinese warning


label above the existing one

INS

P&P 12

10.

Load films

INS

P&P 13, 14

11.

Startup the printer

INS

P&P 15

INS

section 2

Printer Installation Wizard:


12.

Go through printer installation wizard

X2

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Step

Task
Code

refer to .....

Okay

Printer settings:
13.

Adjust Film calibration (optional)

APPL

section 3.1

14.

Select Default densitometer (optional)

APPL

section 3.2

15.

Set Film view (optional)

APPL

section 3.3

16.

Adjust Beeps on empty tray (optional)

APPL

section 3.4

17.

Adjust behavior for unreadable RF


Tag (optional)

APPL

section 3.5

18.

Enter Mammo license key (optional)

APPL

section 3.6

19.

Enter site data (if not yet done with


Printer Installation Wizzard)

APPL

section 3.7

INS

section 4

X3.1

X3.2

Film calibration
20.

Perform a film calibration for both film


trays

Printer - Modality connection


21.

Let the modality be set-up

SIC

section 5.1

22.

Set-up logical printers (optional)

SIC

section 5.2

23.

Print diagnostic and/or test images

SIC

section 5.3

24.

Adjust image settings (optional)

APPL

section 5.4

APPL

section 6

APPL

section 7.1

INS

section 7.2

Acceptance Test
25.

Perform acceptance test

Completion of installation
26.

Instruct the Customer in operation of


the printer

27.

Save settings on backup CF card

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Executing the Printer Installation Wizard


The purpose of this section is to show the most important settings of the printer during
installation via Installation Wizard.
Before the printer installation wizard can be started, the steps 1 to 11 of the Installation
Checklist (refer to section 1) have to be completed.

The Printer Installation Wizard guides step


by step through different parameters.

Printer Installation Wizard


Key-operator
menu
9 Installation

Figure 1 beneath
X

2 Printer Installation

shows how to enter the Installation


Wizard.

lists the parameters which have to


be entered.

A more detailed description of the printer


Installation Wizard is available in the
DRYSTAR AXYS Reference Manual in
section 'Using the installation wizard'.
The Reference Manual (Intranet Link /
Extranet Link) is part of delivery and
available on MEDNET, HealthCare
Library. It is available in English Language
only.

Language
Date and Time
PRINTER IP-ADDRESS
NETMASK
ROUTER IP-ADDRESS
CALLED (Printer) AE_TITLE
Daily used modality name
Modality Brand
Modality Type*
CALLING (Modality) AE_TITLE
Preferred film type
Install Site Data**
Save configuration
Reset
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**See NOTE next page concerning "site data tool".

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NOTE:
It is possible to enter the site data "offline" via the site data tool and to enter the site
data via CF card during execution of the printer installation wizard.
Proceeding for preparation of CF card with site data:
(1)

Download the Site Data Tool from


MEDNET, GSO Library:
Hardcopy => Dry Imagers =>
DRYSTAR AXYS => Freeware.

(2)

Install it on the service PC.

(3)

Start the Site Data Tool.

(4)

Enter the Site Data.

(5)

Select "Save":
A zip file is created with the site
data.

(6)

Copy the ZIP file to CF card.

(7)

Enter the CF card when prompted


during execution of the printer
installation wizard. See Figure 1.

Figure 2

NOTE:
As an alternative the site data can also be entered via the printer browser pages in
the key-operator or service menu. Refer to section 3.7.

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Adapting the Printer Settings


The purpose of this section is to list the additional, optional settings of the printer that
are not covered by the Printer Installation Wizard.
The following table lists these settings.

Printer Setting

Importance

Accessible via ...

Details see...

Default film calibration

optional

Key-operator and Service menu

3.1

Default densitometer

optional

Key-operator and Service menu

3.2

Film view

optional

Key-operator and Service menu

3.3

Beep on empty tray

optional

Key-operator and Service menu

3.4

RF Tag

optional

Service menu
(Browser only)

3.5

Mammo license

optional

Service menu
(Browser only)

3.6

mandatory**

Service menu

Site data*

3.7

X3.7

* if created offline via the "Site Data Tool", it is possible to enter the site data via the printer
installation wizard.
** only mandatory if not yet done during the printer installation wizard. As long as the site specific data
are not entered the user will be remineded after each boot-up of the printer.

The example screens for configuration user interfaces are further on browser user
interface related. The path to access the screens is the same for local keypad and
browser.

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Setting Film Calibration Parameters


Accessible via

Local keypad and browser

Accessible via menu:

Key-operator menu - 2 Change settings - 4 Image Quality 1 General

Purpose of the setting:

A) Define whether automatic calibration shall be executed


at insertion of a new film pack.
B) If set on ON, define the number of filmpacks, after
which the film calibration shall be executed.

Default value:

ON - every 5 filmpacks

Example browser
screen:

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Key-Operator - Change Image quality settings


Default film calibration off
on
Default Densitometer Macbeth TR924
Gretag
X-Rite 301
X-Rite 310

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Key-Operator - Change Image quality settings


Select frequency
Every 5 packs
Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values
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Setting the Default Densitometer


Accessible via

Local keypad and browser

Accessible via menu:

Key-operator menu - 2 Change settings - 4 Image Quality


- 1 General

Purpose of the setting:

Define a default densitometer. Density values displayed


during calibration or the QC procedure will be displayed
re-calculated for this default densitometer.

Default value:

X-Rite 310

Example browser
screen:

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Key-Operator - Change Image quality settings


Default film calibration off
on
Default Densitometer Macbeth TR924
Gretag
X-Rite 301
X-Rite 310

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values


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Setting the Film View


Accessible via

Local keypad and browser

Accessible via menu:

2 Change settings - 2 Input tray

Purpose of the setting:

Change the film view in case the film curl is desired to be


towards the light box

Default value:

Normal

Example browser screen:


Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Key-Operator - Change input tray settings

Upper input tray


Normal
Back
Tag film format 14x17"
Film view

Tag film type

DT2B

Lower input tray


Normal
Back
Tag film format 14x17"
Film view

Tag film type

DT2B

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values


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Setting Beeps on empty Tray


Accessible via

Local keypad and browser

Accessible via menu:

Key-operator menu - 2 Change settings - 1 General

Purpose of the setting:

Adjust whether or not the customer shall be informed via


audible beeps about an empty tray.

Default value:

Audible alarm on - beep 5 times

NOTE:
The 'beep on empty tray' menu is accessible via key-operator menu on the keypad
and key-operator menu via browser.
Example browser
screen:

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Key-Operator - Change general settings


Date: 19
2004
Oct.
Time: 08
00
30
Language English
Chinese Simpl.
Japanese
Beep on empty tray 5 beeps
Keypad contrast (60 ... 80) 68
Keypad backlight (0 ... 100) 50

Typical 68

* Site name
* Site address
* City
* Country
* Country code (tel)
* Telephone
Remote Connection
* Department
* Contact person
E-mail address
Comments
Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values
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Setting Behavior for unreadable RF Tags


Accessible via

Browser only

Accessible via menu:

Service menu - 2 Change settings - 2 Input Tray

Purpose of the setting:

Define the behavior of the printer in case the RF tag is not


readable or available.

Default value:

Printing not possible

Example browser
screen:

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Change input tray settings


If RF-tag is missing or malfunctioning
printing with Dmax = 2.00
printing not possible
Upper input tray
Normal
Back
Tag film format 14x17"
Film view

Tag film type

DT2B

Lower input tray


Normal
Back
Tag film format 14x17"
Film view

Tag film type

DT2B

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values


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Activating the Mammo License

NOTE:
The Mammo License is optional. In case the customer did not buy the Mammo license,
skip this step.

Accessible via menu:

Browser Pages: Service Engineer Tools - Licenses

Purpose of the setting:

Activation of the Mammo License

Default value:

Mammo not activated

Example browser
screen:

HOME HELP

Licenses

Product options:
MAMMO

NOT ACTIVATED

Activate

Changes require reboot!

HOME HELP

Licenses

Please enter the product


key to activate MAMMO:
OK

Cancel
5364enc10.cdr

Figure 8

NOTE:
When the Mammo license is activated, the printer changes following characteristics:

It is possible to define DICOM host profile parameter "Mammo Modality = yes".


It is possible to use and calibrate DRYSTAR DT2 Mammo films
(Dmax up to 3.8 O.D).

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Entering Site data


Accessible via

Browser only. See also NOTE next page.

Accessible via menu:

Browser pages - Service Engineer tools - Enter keyoperator command session - 2 Change settings - 1
General

Purpose:

Fill in site data to have an entry in the infocounter about


the installation site.
It is mandatory to fill in site data. As long as the site data
are not yet filled in, after each switch on / reboot of the
printer a hint is displayed to enter the site data.

Default value:

None

Example browser
screen:

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Change general settings


Date: 19
2004
Oct.
Time: 08
00
30
Language English
Chinese Simpl.
Japanese
Beep on empty tray 5 beeps
Keypad contrast (60 ... 80) 68
Keypad backlight (0 ... 100) 50

Typical 68

* Site name
* Site address
* City
* Country
* Country code (tel)
* Telephone
Remote Connection
* Department
* Contact person
E-mail address
Comments
Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values
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NOTE:
It is also possible to enter the site data in
the "site data tool" on the service PC (see
MEDNET, GSO Library:
Hardcopy => Dry Imagers => DRYSTAR
AXYS => Freeware) and upload the so
created ZIP file via key-operator or service
menu "9 Installation - 3 Install site data".

Figure 10

Film Calibration
The purpose of this section is to show the tasks that are required for film calibration.
Load the films the customer will
use in the upper and lower film
tray. Refer to note below.

(2)

Select in key-operator menu


'6 Calibration - 1 Film Calibration'.

(3)

Select 'Start Calibration':


The calibration film as shown in
Figure 9 is printed and the
measured Dmax is shown.
See also note next page.
X

INPUT TRAY:
FILM CALIBRATION OK

CDM measurement area

In order to be useable this film should be absolutely dust free within the marked region!

(1)

Dmax = 3.20 (XR310)


536701aa.cdr

Default densitomete
Measured Dmax

(4)

536536ga.cdr

Repeat film calibration for second


input tray.

In order to be useable this film should be


absolutely dust free within the marked region!

Figure 11

NOTE:
The films delivered with the printer may only be used for test purposes.

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IMPORTANT:
After a film calibration check the CDM measurement area (see Figure 11 ) at the
lightbox: It may not show any dust stripes.
In case dust stripes are visible repeat the film calibration.
X

NOTE:
The film calibration is successful, if the measured Dmax is < 2% different from the
target Dmax.
The target Dmax depends on the default densitometer which is configured in Keyoperator menu "2 Change Settings - 4 Image Quality - 1 General".
Refer to table below:
Default
Densitometer

Target Dmax DT2B

Target Dmax DT2C

Target Dmax DT2


Mammo

X-Rite 310

3.20 O.D.

3.05 O.D.

3.80 O.D.

X-Rite 331

3.09 O.D.

2.93 O.D.

3.68 O.D.

X-Rite 341

3.05 O.D.

2.89 O.D.

3.65 O.D.

X-Rite 301

3.10 O.D.

2.88 O.D.

3.63 O.D.

MacBeth

3.10 O.D.

2.91 O.D.

3.68 O.D.

Gretag D200

3.05 O.D.

2.88 O.D.

3.63 O.D.

When the Dmax isn't reached, the user is informed via local display to retry the
film calibration. The TH power will be increased so that the Dmax will be
reached.
If Dmax is still more than 2% different from the target Dmax the display will
show "calibration failed". In this case check the CDM measurement area at the
lightbox for dust stripes. Refer to Figure 11 .
X

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Printer - Modality connection


The purpose of this section is to show the tasks that are required for connection of the
printer to the modality.
The following table lists these tasks.

Task

Importance

Accessible via * ...

mandatory

--

Set-up logical printers

optional

Browser pages

Print diagnostic and/or


test images

mandatory

--

Adjust image settings

optional

Key-operator menu and


Browser pages

Let the modality be


set-up

5.1

Details see...
5.1

X5.1

5.2

X5.2

5.3

X5.3

5.4

X5.4

Modality set-up
(1)

Let the modality be set-up at the modality.

(2)

Tell the modality service engineer following printer parameters:

Printer Type (Agfa DRYSTAR AXYS)


IP address
AE-title
Available film formats.

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Logical printers Set-up


(1) Check, whether the printer requires the "logical printer setup", i.e. to setup more
than one AE title for the printer. See flowchart below:

Logical Printer
Setup Decision
Flowchart
Check whether modality supports
more than one application (e.g. Mammo + CR).

Modality supports
> 1 application ?

No

Okay. Logical
Printer Setup not
required.

Yes
Check whether images of
different applications can
be adapted to required settings.
Example. DR: Dmax 3.2; LUT: Kanamori
Mammo: Dmax: 3.8, LUT: linear

Adjustment
at modality
possible?

Yes

Okay. Logical Printer


Setup not required.
Perform adjustments
at modality.

No
Create two logical printers.
Proceeding see this section.
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Accessible via
Accessible via menu:

Browser only.
Browser pages - Service Engineer Tools - DICOM profile
editor - Setup DICOM print SCP Servers

Purpose:

Define more than one logical printer. This may be required in


case a modality sends images from different applications to
the printer. See also Info next page.

Default value:

Only one logical printer.


Internal name: DEFAULT_SCP
Called AE title: DSAXYS

Example browser
screen:

HOME HELP

DICOM Print SCP Setup

Setup one or more Dicom SCP servers on this device:


One 'Dicom Print SCP server' is capable of handling multiple Dicom
print associations
Dicom Print SCP
Internal Name: DEFAULT_SCP
Called AE title: DSAXYS
Listen at Port: 104
Max. allowed associations: 10
Secure channel (SSL):
Comments:

OK

Create new Dicom Print SCP

Cancel

Changes require reboot


5367_Reg01_003_e.cdr

Figure 13
NOTE:
The Called AE title is defined during the execution of the printer installation wizard.
It can also be adapted in the "DICOM Print SCP Setup" screen.
The number of logical SCP printers is limited. As each configured SCP server
consumes resources of the printer, use as little SCP servers as possible. Rule of
thumb: Define max. 4 logical printers.

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Enclosed an example where it is required to configure two logical SCP printers:


Printing is initiated at a PACS workstation.
Two types of modalities as input.
o Mammography images: Interpolation cubic bell with
smoothfactor 1.1
o CT images: Interpolation highres cubic with
smoothfactor -0.9.
Problem:
The PACS workstation has one AE title only. The DRYSTAR AXYS does not
recognize, for which type of modality (CT or Mammo) the user wants to print.
Solution (see " Figure 14: Example for logical printer setup " next page):
Create one logical printer 'DSAXYSMammo' and one 'DSAXYSCT.
Create two different host profiles for the two logical printers with the required
settings.
In the PACS workstation setup both printers: The user has to select the proper
logical printer.
X

NOTE:
In the example of Figure 14 the checkboxes before the "Kernel" parameters are set.
X

This setting prevents, that the modality can overrule the adjusted parameter.
It always depends on the application, whether this is desired or not.
This has to be discussed with the modality service engineer and/or the customer.

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Required setting:
Cubic Bell 0.9

Print
CT

DSAXYSCT
DSAXYSCT
DSAXYSMAMMO

PACS Console

Mammo

AE Title: PACS

Required setting:
Cubic Bell 1.1
Mammo Modality = yes

Drystar Axys
with Mammo License
AE Title 1: DSAXYSCT
AE Title 2: DSAXYSMAMMO
Logical Printer Setup (Dicom Print SCP Setup) in Drystar Axys
HOME HELP

DICOM Print SCP Setup

HOME HELP

Dicom Print SCP

Dicom Print SCP


Internal Name: Mammo Printer
Called AE title: DSAXYSMAMMO
Listen at Port: 105
Max. allowed associations: 10
Secure channel (SSL):
Comments:

Internal Name: DEFAULT_SCP


Called AE title: DSAXYSCT
Listen at Port: 104
Max. allowed associations: 10
Secure channel (SSL):
Comments:
OK

DICOM Print SCP Setup

Create new Dicom Print SCP

Cancel

OK

Create new Dicom Print SCP

Cancel

DICOM Host Profile Setup in Drystar Axys


HELP

Host Profile: CR QS

HELP

Host Profile: CR QS Mammo

Nick Name: CT PACS


Use this profile only for incoming 'Calling AE title': PACS

Nick Name: Mammo PACS


Use this profile only for incoming 'Calling AE title': PACS

Use this profile only for local SCP server: DEFAULT SCP
...........................................................
...........................................................

Use this profile only for local SCP server: MAMMO Printer
...........................................................
...........................................................

Kernel: custom

Kernel: custom

Edit Custom cubicBell 0.9

...........................................................
...........................................................

Edit Custom cubicBell 1.1

...........................................................
...........................................................
No
Mammo modality:

...........................................................
...........................................................
...........................................................
...........................................................
Yes
Mammo modality:

OK Cancel Show Defaults

OK Cancel Show Defaults

Show last Input

Show last Input


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Figure 14: Example for logical printer setup


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Printing of diagnostic and / or test images


(1)
(2)

5.4

Controls, Connections, and Setup Procedures

Print a few diagnostic images from the connected modalities.


Compare them at the lightbox with the image on the monitor.

Image adjustments
For systematic image adjustment follow the flowchart below:
Image Adjustment
Flowchart

Modality is a
Mammo modality ?

Yes

Make Mammo specific adjustments


as described in 5.4.1.
When finished, continue with next step.

No

Check whether on MEDNET HealthCare Library


a Connectivity Release Document for the
Printer - Modality combination is available.

Connectivity
Release Document
available?

Yes

Make adjustments as described in


Connectivity Release Document.
Refer to 5.4.2
When finished, continue with next step.

No

Customer is
satisfied with image
quality?

Yes

Okay. No further image


adjustments required.

No
Required image
adjustments can be
made at modality?
No

Yes

No

Perform image
adjustments at the printer.
Refer to 5.4.4
536701mp.cdr

Make adjustments at the modality.


Refer to 5.4.3

Customer is
satisfied with image
adjustments?
Yes
Okay. No further image
adjustments required.

Figure 15: Adjusting image quality

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Controls, Connections and Setup Procedure

Mammography specific Image Adjustments


NOTE:
By default the Mammography printing functionality of the printer is switched off.
Two conditions have to be fulfilled to allow printing of Mammography images:
Mammo license is activated. See section 3.6.
A DICOM host profile for the Mammo modality with setting "Mammo modality
= yes" has to be created. This 2nd step is described here.
In case the printer has no Mammo modality as input, skip this step.
(1) In the browser pages select "Service Engineer Tools - DICOM profile editor New".
(2) Enter Nickname (A).
(3) Enter modality AE title (B).
(4) Select "Mammo Modality = yes" (D).
(5) If a small clear border is required (See Figure 17 next page)
- adjust image orientation to r 180 (C)
- switch on Mammo CWR Rotation* (E).
(6) In case the modality and printer is part of an Agfa Solution, make adjustments as
defined in the solution requirements.

HELP

A
B
C
D
E

Host Profile: CR QS Mammo

Nick Name: CR QS Mammo


Use this profile only for incoming 'Calling AE title': QS
...........................................................
...........................................................
Image orientation: r180
...........................................................
...........................................................
Yes
Mammo modality:
Mammo CWR Rotation: No
OK Cancel Show Defaults

Show last Input


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Figure 16
*CWR = Chest Wall Rotation

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Host Profile Adjustments for small clear border at Mammo printing:

Without Chest Wall Rotation


DICOM Host Profile Parameter
"Mammo CWR Rotation" = yes
"Image Orientation" = r180

DICOM Host Profile Parameter


"Mammo CWR Rotation" = no (default)
"Image Orientation" = r0 (default)
Print
Direction

Film 1 L

Print
Direction

Film 2

Film 1

Film 2

R
Rotate 180 before
hanging at the lightbox

1
2

Lightbox

Lightbox
L

+
-

536401gq.cdr

Same film tint for both films


Film overlap approx. 4 mm:
Fog of blank frame of film 1 adds in film 2

+
-

Film overlap approx. 2 to 4 mm only


Film tint depends on print direction:
Film 1 has slightly different color tint
if viewed from the side
536701gq.cdr

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Controls, Connections and Setup Procedure

Image Adjustments as described in the Connectivity Release Document


(1) If a Connectivity Release Document for the Printer - Modality Combination exists,
perform the image adjustments as described there.
(2) When finished, print test images from the modality.
(3) Check the image quality together with the customer.
(4) In case the image quality is not satisfying continue as described in the flowchart
(see Figure 15 ).
X

NOTE:
Connectivity Release Documents describe all parameters and required adjustments to
guarantee:
Communication between modality and the printer
Image adjustment at the modality and / or the printer.
MEDNET
Path

5.4.3

Connectivity Release Documents are available in MEDNET, HealthCare Library General Info - Connectivity & Application.

Image Adjustments at the Modality


The Image adjustments at the modality are split up in contrast (see 5.4.3.1 ) and
sharpness adjustments (see 5.4.3.2 ):
X

5.4.3.1

Contrast Adjustment
(1) Select the required taste LUT (Look Up Table) at the modality. If possible use the
"Kanamori Taste LUT".
NOTE:
The Look-Up-Table is responsible for the contrast of the image (in
combination with Dmin and Dmax) and may be named at the modality as
follows:
Taste LUT
Perception LUT
Correction LUT
Presentation LUT.

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Controls, Connections, and Setup Procedures

Sharpness Adjustment
(1) Check the DICOM conformance statement whether the modality sends the images
in page mode or image mode.
(2) Select the required smooth factor at the modality to define the sharpness of the
image. See Figure 18 .
(3) When finished, print test images from the modality.
(4) Check the image quality together with the customer
(5) In case the image quality is not satisfying continue as described in the flowchart.
See Figure 15.
X

Interpolation Smooth Factors (DICOM values)


251 245 235

299

148

199
less sharp

200

143 138

101

sharp

Cubic Bell

Cubic High Res

too sharp

536401XK.CDR

Legend
Limits
Default
299

251

245 235

200

Useable values

Figure 18

NOTE:
Use Cubic Bell interpolation, when the modality sends the images in Page
Mode (images already composed for the film).
Use Cubic High Res interpolation, when the modality sends the images in
Image Mode (printer composes the different images for the film).

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5.4.4

Controls, Connections and Setup Procedure

Basic Image Adjustment at the Printer via Key-Operator Menu


NOTE:

Via key-operator menu only the parameters Look-up table, Interpolation and
Dmax can be adjusted.

Before these parameters can be changed, the modality has to be configured at


the printer. This is done either via Printer Installation Wizard or via key-operator
function "3 Change Settings - 5 Image Quality - 3 Add modality".

This creates a DICOM Host Profile with the settings as defined in the printer
modality database (Corresponding printer parameter of the Installation wizard or
"Add modality" function: "Brand").

Important remark: Changing parameter via key-operator menu does not


automatically ensure that the value is applied.

Two situations can be distinguished:


o In case the modality does not send a parameter (e.g. no Dmax value sent),
the value set in the printer is applied to the modality print job.
o In case the modality sends a parameter value, (e.g. Dmax = 2.8 O.D.) this
value still has priority above the value set in the printer. Even when an empty
value (" ") is sent.
U

This means, the value sent by the modality has higher priority than the value set in
the printer, and therefore it is always preferred to set the required parameter value at
the side of the modality.
If this cannot be done contact your local Application Specialist.

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Accessible via

Local keypad and browser

Accessible via menu:

Key-operator menu - 2 Change settings - 4 Image Quality <Modality XYZ>

Purpose:

Adjust Image Quality in case it cannot be adapted at the


modality.

Default value:

Look-up table: Kanamori. Refer to Figure 18.

Interpolation: Cubic HiRes -0.7. Refer to Figure 19.

Dmax 3.20.

Example browser
screen:
Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Key-Operator - Change Image quality settings


Daily used name
Modality AE-title
Look Up Table:
Interpolation:

Maximum density:

Key-Operator - Change Image quality settings


Select kanamori like value:

CT2
CT2_ARC

100

Linear
Kanamori
Kanamorilike

Select abosulte smoothing factor: (advised = -0.7)


-0.7

Replication
Linear
CubicHi-res
CubicBell

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values


536701fs.cdr

280
285
290
295

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values

Figure 19
NOTE:
Interpolation setting "Linear" usually gives too smooth image impression.
Interpolation settings "Replication" usually gives too "pixely" image impression.
Both settings are used in exceptional cases only.

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Possible Look up table settings


Dmax

Kanamori curve and


Kanamori like value
220
mori
Kana

Dmin

Kanamori_like 100 = Kanamori


Kanamori_like 200 = linear
Kanamori_like 220 = logarithmic

200
100
75

Input
255

536401GM.CDR

Figure 18

Interpolation Smooth Factors (Kernel values)

5.9

1.1

0.9

0.7

0.1

Cubic Bell

Legend
Limits
Default
5.9

1.1

0.9

0.7

0.1

Reasonable values
4.9
less sharp

-0.2 -0.7 -1.2


sharp

-4.9

536601GL.CDR

Cubic High Res

too sharp

Figure 21

NOTE:
For details regarding image adjustments refer to the Hardcopy Application Manual
DD+DIS269.06E.

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Alternative: Image settings via DICOM host profile:


Accessible via menu:
Purpose:

Default value:
Example browser
screen:

Browser pages - Service Engineer Tools - DICOM profile


editor New or View/Edit
Adjust Image Quality in case it cannot be adapted at the
modality
Refer to Figure 22.
HELP

Host Profile: Name XYZ

These are the default settings for all print jobs coming from the host
(modality) specified under 'Calling AE title'.
The values may be overloaded at run-time by the Dicom input.
You can prevent this by checking the checkboxes at the left side.
Nick Name: Name XYZ
Use this profile only for incoming 'Calling AE title': Host AE
Use this profile only for local SCP server: all
Host Profile type: GENERIC-GENERIC Change
Number of Copies:
Print Priority: low
Polarity:
normal
Film Orientation: portrait
Trim: no
Film Size ID:
Medium Type:
Print even if Film Size ID/Medium type not supported: yes
Print even if Application type not supported:
no
Initial allocated memory size per printjob (MBytes):
100
Kernel: site
Edit Custom Interpolation Type cubicHighRes,
Magnification: Edit Magn: max smoothFactor: -0.7
Decimate/Crop behaviour :
disabled
Pixel Size:
Edit ratio: 1.0 / 1.0
Perception LUT: kanamori
Kanamori Like value:
Custom value:
Illumination (cd/m2):
Reflected Ambient Light (cd/m2):
Border Density (OD x100):
Empty Image Density (OD x100):
Minimum Density (OD x100):
Maximum Density (OD x100):
site
300
Header Annotation:
Contents: none
Edit Custom
Font:
site
Edit Custom
Footer Annotation:
Contents: none
Edit Custom
Font:
site
Edit Custom
Window (%):
Level (%):
Image Orientation:
r0
Conformance/Status Level: 0
Nevent enabled: off
site
Mammo modality:
site
Mammo CWR Rotation: NO
Association Timeout (s):
Image Timeout (s):
Allow IMPLICIT VR LITTLE ENDIAN:
Allow EXPLICIT VR LITTLE ENDIAN:
Allow EXPLICIT VR BIG ENDIAN:
Resolution: 508
Supported SOP classes: Edit
LR like:
off
OK Cancel Show Defaults

Show last Input

Manually customized items are show in red


The last received input values are show in blue (click 'Show Last Input' button)
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Figure 22
NOTE:
For details regarding image adjustments refer to the Hardcopy Application Manual
DD+DIS269.06E.
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Acceptance Test
Purpose of the acceptance test:
Proof of printer reproduction capability of image on the monitor.

Check according to criteria defined by


National Acceptance Test Procedure

Console
Drystar Axys

5367_Reg01_002_e.cdr

Figure 23

(1)

Perform the acceptance test according to national regulations:


Example for DRYSTAR AXYS Mammo in France:
Acceptance test as defined by Afssaps / EUREF. For preparations refer to
DRYSTAR AXYS Technical Documentation DD+DIS033.07E, Chapter 3.6,
Adjustments and Calibrations.
Example for Germany: DIN6868 Part 56.

NOTE:
The German DIN6868 Part 56 is similar to the Image Quality Control procedure
based on IEC1223-2-4.
The Image Quality Control procedure based on IEC 1223-2-4 is described in the
Hardcopy Application Manual DD+DIS269.06E.

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Completion of installation
The purpose of this section is to show the tasks that are required for customer
instruction and backup of printer settings.
The following table lists these tasks.

Task

7.1

Importance

Accessible via ...

Instruct the Customer in


operation of the printer

mandatory

--

Save settings on backup


CF card

mandatory

Key-operator
menu

Details see...
7.1

X7.1

7.2

X7.2

Customer Instruction
(1)

Instruct the customer in following activities:

Activity

Refer to User or Reference Manual ....

Switching on the printer: Warm up


time 7 min.

User manual: "Switching on the DRYSTAR


AXYS"

Switching off the printer. It can take


up to 20 secs. until the printer
switches off.

User Manual: "Switching off the DRYSTAR


AXYS".

Loading films: RF tag and its


function.

User Manual: "Loading films".

Removing film jams.

Reference manual "Troubleshooting: Clearing


of film jams".

Show dust stripes on a previous test


film and how to prevent:

Reference manual "Troubleshooting Checklist".

Keep printer always closed.

Clean TH resistor line with


alcohol and lint free cloth when
dust stripes appear or when
printer displays "Printhead
cleaning required".

(2)

Hand over the user and reference manual to the customer.

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Controls, Connections and Setup Procedure

Backup of Printer Settings


(1)

Open the upper film tray to take out


the CF card for storage of the
machine specific data.

(2)

Select Key-operator menu "4 Save


Configuration".

(3)

Follow the further instructions on


the LCD display.

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Chapter 2

Imaging Services

Functional Description

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Purpose of this document


This document explains the functional principle including the functions of the individual
assemblies.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

1.1

06-2009

Changes
compared to previous Version 1.0

Updated technical data in table, where different Drystar


printers are compared. See section 2.1.

Updated table with detailed comparison of Drystar 5302


with Drystar Axys: Added new functions of software
2.0.0_C2. See section 2.2.

Updated table with overview of calibrations.


See section 4.

Referenced Documents
Document

Title

DD+DIS142.09E

Service Bulletin 05: Software 2.0.0_C2 available

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Copyright 2009 Agfa HealthCare N.V.

DD+DIS033.07E

Functional Description

Manufacturer
Agfa HealthCare N.V.
Publisher
Agfa-Gevaert HealthCare GmbH
Tegernseer Landstrae 161
D - 81539 Mnchen
Germany
Copyright 2009 Agfa HealthCare N.V.
All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.
AGFA and the Agfa-Rhombus are trademarks of Agfa HealthCare N.V.

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and on
the product.

NOTE:
To verify the latest version of single documents and of Service Manuals refer to the
Document Type Order List in the GSO library.

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LIST OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................4

COMPARISON TO OTHER AGFA B&W PRINTERS ..............................................................5

2.1

Technical Data compared to Drystar 5300 and Drystar 5503 ..................................................5

2.2

Detailed Comparison Drystar 5302 Drystar Axys ..................................................................6

FILM RUN.................................................................................................................................7
3.1

Backside Printing Recognition ................................................................................................13

3.2

Left / Right Shift Print Algorithm..............................................................................................14

3.3

Mammo Printing Functionality.................................................................................................16

CALIBRATIONS .....................................................................................................................18

MODULES ..............................................................................................................................19
5.1

Printer Modules .......................................................................................................................19

5.2

Hardware.................................................................................................................................21

5.3

Modules and E-Labels ............................................................................................................23

DIAGNOSTIC SOFTWARE ....................................................................................................25

THERMAL MODEL.................................................................................................................27

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Introduction
Purpose of the printer

High resolution (508 dpi) DICOM network dry printer for:


o 14x17", 14x14", 14x11", 10x12", 8x10" DT2 blue base or clear base films
o 14x11", 10x12", 8x10" DT2 Mammo blue base films

Printing principle

Direct thermal on thermo-sensitive, dry films


2 input trays and 1 output tray

Main application

Well suited to all medical applications, especially Mammo and CR applications

Connections

1 Gb/s Network connection (Default: Automatic detection of 10Mb/s and 100Mb/s


network is enabled, automatic detection of 1Gb/s network is disabled)

Service Concept

Customer installable
No service PC needed for basic installation, maintenance and service, but is
convenient for entering detailed host profile settings
Strict modular design: Production assemblies = service assemblies
All switches, sensors and motors are monitored via current measurement on
main engine board (Devil CPU)
If online diagnosis does not detect the exact reason for the error, an offline check
of the modules can be performed via browser pages

DX-S

53
66
02
ad
.cd
r

Ultrasound

CR QS

Printer

Service
Host

Figure 1: Typical network installation of a Drystar AXYS


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Comparison to other AGFA B&W Printers

2.1

Technical Data compared to Drystar 5300 and Drystar 5503

POWER

Technical
Specification
Weight
Throughput
Dmax
Resolution

Drystar Axys
(SW Rel. 2.0)

Drystar 5300
(SW Rel. 2.1)

Drystar 5503
(SW Rel. 6.0)

90 kg

55 kg

193 kg

75/h (14x17")
140/h (8x10")

70/h (14x17")
100/h (11x14)

100/h (14x17") up to
160/h (8x10)

3.8 O.D.*

3.1 O.D.

3.2 O.D.

508 dpi

320 dpi

508 dpi

Warm-up time

4 minutes queuing 4 minutes queuing


7 minutes printing
9 minutes printing

4 minutes queuing
9 minutes printing

Access time

65 s for 1st film 14x17

77 s for 1st film 14x17

76 s for 1st film 14x17

8x10, 10x12, 11x14,


14x14, 14x17

11x14, 14x17

8x10, 10x12, 11x14,


14x14, 14x17

Number trays

Applications

All medical
applications

Film formats (inch)

All medical
All medical applications
applications, especially
CT/MR, except
mammography

* Dmax depends on densitometer which is used for measurement:


Densitometer

Target Dmax DT2B

Target Dmax DT2C

X-Rite 310

3.20 O.D.

3.05 O.D.

Target Dmax DT2


Mammo
3.80 O.D.

X-Rite 331

3.08 O.D.

2.97 O.D.

3.68 O.D.

X-Rite 341

3.05 O.D.

2.93 O.D.

3.65 O.D.

X-Rite 301

3.04 O.D.

2.93 O.D.

3.62 O.D.

MacBeth

3.09 O.D.

2.96 O.D.

3.67 O.D.

Gretag D200

3.04 O.D.

2.92 O.D.

3.63 O.D.

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Functional Description

Detailed Comparison Drystar 5302 Drystar Axys


The design of the Drystar Axys is based on the Drystar 5302 printer.
This section shows the differences in detail.
Main hardware differences:
Hardware

Drystar 5302

Drystar Axys

Reason for Difference

Thermal Head

320 dpi resolution

508 dpi resolution

508 dpi resolution required


for mammo printing

Main engine
controller

Themis CPU

Thanos CPU

Thanos is faster than Themis


CPU to support higher data
throughput due to higher
resolution

Main functional differences:

Function:

Drystar
5302 SW <
2.0.0_C2

Drystar
5302 SW
2.0.0_C2

Drystar
Axys

Details see:

1. Support of Mammo printing

Section 3.6 of the


Drystar Axys
service manual.

2. Entering Site Data via data


from "Site Data Tool"

Chapter 1,
Controls,
Connections and
Setup Procedure

3. Import / Export of DICOM


host profile

Online HELP of
the printer

4. "True size deviation" host


profile parameter

Online HELP of
the printer

5. "Cropping" host profile


parameter

Online HELP of
the printer

6. Printing of the infocounter


on film

Chapter 3.2,
Machine specific
Tools

7. Resistor measurement to
troubleshoot print stripes

Chapter 3.6,
Adjustments and
Calibrations

8. Horizontal film alignment


available in the keyoperator menu (to be
executed by the customer)

Chapter 3.6,
Adjustments and
Calibrations

9. Smart Profile Calibration

Section 4 of this
chapter

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Functional Description

Film Run
This section describes the film run through the printer.

Cam drive

Output Rollers
Motor
Suspension drive

TH
Drum
CDM
Rollers driven by
gearbox module
(1 to 5)

Filmrun
upper tray

4
3

Pickup Unit

Vacuum Pump

Filmrun
lower tray
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Figure 2: Filmrun through the printer


Description of one film cycle:
1.

The vacuum pump starts.

Figure 3: Pump & Valves Module

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2.

Functional Description

The suction cups of the pickup


unit move down to the film.

Figure 4: Film Pickup


3.

The gear box module starts


driving the rollers. In addition it
opens the feeding rollers at the
pickup unit.

4.

The pickup unit transports the


film between the feeding
rollers.

5.

The gearbox module transports


the film further towards TH.

Figure 5: Gear Box Module

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6.

Functional Description

In case the film is transported


upwards from the lower tray,
the input sensors monitor the
film run.

Figure 6: Input Sensors Module


7.

The cam drive moves the TH


up, to let the film edge be
transported between TH and
drum.

Figure 7: Cam drive

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8.

Depending on the previous film


width (14" or 10"), the
suspension drive changes
position or stays in the current
position (TH pressure
adjustment).

9.

The cam drive closes the gap


between TH and drum.

Figure 8: Suspension drive


10.

The drum motor moves the film


forward.

Figure 9: Drum Drive

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11.

Functional Description

The heat transfer from TH to


film takes place.

Figure 10: Thermal Head


12.

The print drum, driven by the


drum motor, moves the film
forward.

Figure 11: Print Drum

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13.

Functional Description

When the film edge reaches


the output module, the CDM
checks "backside printing".
For details refer to section 3.1.

Figure 12: CDM


14.

When printing is finished, the


cam drive opens the gap
between TH and drum.

15.

The output rollers transport the


film out of the printer.

Figure 13: Output Module

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3.1

Functional Description

Backside Printing Recognition


Films are inserted in the printer with the backing layer on top.
If a film is inserted with the backing layer upside down, the backing layer can
contaminate the thermal head, as it begins melting when the thermal head heats
it up.
Normally it is not possible to insert a film wrong. If a customer however re-inserts
a jammed film, the chance is 50% that he inserts it the right way. See NOTE next
page.
To prevent that a wrong inserted film contaminates the thermal head, the printer
prints a small rectangle on top of the film and checks when the film arrives at the
CDM, whether this small rectangle has Dmax.
In case the density is below a certain threshold, the film must have been inserted
wrong. The printer stops printing, informs the user of back-side printing, to check
the correct positioning of the film and to remove the film jam. Thus the thermal
head is only contaminated slightly, as the film is only printed a few cm on the
wrong side.

Black Rectangle for


Backside Printing Recognition
Distance
TH - CDM

Film printed on the


Non-Emulsion side
("Backside").

Diagnostic Area

Border

(O.D. between Dmin and Dmax;


Refer to Host Profile parameter "Border Density")

Backside printing
Remove film jam
536602dc.cdr

Figure 14: Backside printing recognition

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NOTE:
The emulsion side in general is slightly
smoother than the backing layer. This can be
heard by wiping over it The backing layer
makes much more noise.

Noise
(dB)
Backing layer
Emulsion layer

The backing layer has to be on top when the


film is laying in the tray.
Figure 15

3.2

Left / Right Shift Print Algorithm


At this position, where the TH has to print always Dmax, i.e. at the left and right image
border, the TH looses its characteristic relatively fast, which is determined by the Micro
profile calibration in production.
As a consequence, the TH produces after many prints small print stripes at this position
in 14" films, where the black border of the 10" films is located.
To prevent, that the TH has to print the black border always at the same position, a
left/right shift algorithm is built in.
For each film pack the complete image information is shifted slightly:

Pack 1 has 0 mm shift

Pack 2 has +0.3 mm shift

Pack 3 has 0 mm shift

Pack 4 has -0.3 mm shift

Pack 5 has 0 mm shift

And so on
The clear left and right borders are influenced by this shift mechanism but they are
within specification.

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Exaggerated print stripes


without left / right shift algorithm
Image Info

Image Info
Left / right shift algorithm

Image Info

Image Info

Image Info

+0,3 mm

+0,3 mm

Image Info Image Info

Image Info

Image Info

Image Info

Image Info
Image Info

14x17"
8x10"
Image Info Image Info

Image Info

Image Info

Image Info

Image Info

Shift of complete
Image Info
+- 0.3 mm
for each film pack

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Figure 16: Left / right shift print algorithm

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3.3

Functional Description

Mammo Printing Functionality


What does it mean "Mammo Printing"?
Mammograms are X-ray
examinations of the female breast.
Due to the small objects the
radiographers want to recognize,
images have to have a high
dynamic range (D max > 3.6 O.D.).
Usually 2 examinations are made:
One for the left, one for the right
breast. For diagnosis they are
hanging symmetrically at the
lightbox.

Lightbox
L

Figure 17

Special Mammo Adjustments:


No DICOM host profile required to print via DICOM at the printer from nonMammo modality.
A dedicated host profile is required for each Mammo modality. A host profile for
Mammo is defined via following DICOM host profile parameters:
o Mandatory Parameter
- Mammo Modality yes
o Optional Parameter
- Maximum Density 380
- Mammo CWR Rotation (see Figure 18) yes/no (default) /site (= as
defined in site profile. Default in site profile: NO)

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Without Chest Wall Rotation


DICOM Host Profile Parameter
"Mammo CWR Rotation" = no (default)

DICOM Host Profile Parameter


"Mammo CWR Rotation" = yes

Print
Direction

Print
Direction
Image on film 1 is
printed 180 rotated

Film 1 L

Film 1

Film 2

R Film 2

L
Rotate 180 before
hanging at the lightbox

1
2

Lightbox

Lightbox
L

+
-

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Same film tint for both films


Film overlap approx. 4 mm:
Fog of blank frame of film 1 adds in film 2

+
-

Film overlap approx. 1 mm only


Film tint depends on print direction:
Film 1 has slightly different color tint
if viewed from the side (only 8x10" and 11x14")!
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Figure 18: Chest wall rotation on/off

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Functional Description

Calibrations
The following table lists the different Drystar Axys calibrations:

Characteristic

CDM

TH profile

Film

Smart Profile

Compliance Film

Purpose of the To determine new


calibration
reference values for
the CDM. This is
done via an external
densitometer.

To reduce vertical
macro banding
(vertical density
irregularities). Only
macro density
compensation is
possible (in opposite
to micro
compensation in
production).

To measure the film


sensitometry and to
use these values for
internal reference, so
that the printer
behaves linear
regarding density
reproduction. In
addition, the
maximum density is
adapted.

Equalization of TH
resistor drift in the
area of 10" film black
borders when
printing in mixed
format conditions
(mix of 10" and 14"
print width).

Make film calibration


this accurate, that it
passes the
acceptance criteria
as defined by
Afssaps / EUREF:
The default film
calibration procedure
is not necessarily
accurate enough.

Whenever the
internal
densitometer has
to be adapted to
an external
densitometer (for
image quality
control)

Unacceptable line
artifacts visible in
medical service test
image

During the
troubleshooting
procedure. Refer
to chapter 3.3,
Troubleshooting

Before the
Afssaps / EUREF
acceptance test

Film printed

To be done in
following
cases

At maintenance
To compensate
small density
variations of the
new film, when a
new film package
is used

If density
reproduction
check is not ok
No

Automatic
yes/no

No

Yes, but only if


switched on*

In certain cases
during
maintenance.
Refer to section 9,
Maintenance

Each 6 months, if
the printer is
under control of
Afssaps / EUREF,
and it did not pass
the Afssaps /
EUREF calibration
check

No

No

* Automatic film calibration to be switched on via menu:


'2 Change settings - 5 Image Quality - 1 General - Select Default for Film Calibration

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Functional Description

Modules
This section is divided in following sub-sections:
Item

5.1

Section

Printer modules

5.1

Hardware

5.2

Modules and E-Lables

5.3

Printer Modules
This section lists the different printer modules (= spare parts).

13

15

10

11

16
17

12

14

18
22

19

7
20

6
3

1
21

4
5

Figure 19: Printer Modules


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Name

KEYPAD/DISPLAY
MODULE

Yes

GEAR BOX & BELT

E-Label*

Purpose

Also used in

MOD #**

User Interface

Drystar 5300
Drystar 5302

10

Film drive towards TH

Drystar 5302

14

SUSPENSION DRIVE
MODULE

TH pressure adjustment (10" / 14"


film width)

Drystar 5302

15

Thanos PCB W/O RAM

CPU (Operation; image


processing)

12

512Mb RAM MODULE

RAM for operating system

Drystar 5300
Drystar 5302

18

DEVIL PCB

CPU (film run)

Drystar 5302

08

VILIS COOLING FAN

Cools down Devil/Themis/RAM

Drystar 5300

20

TPH COOLING FAN

Cools down TH

Drystar 5302

16

Main power supply for all


consumers

Drystar 5302

09

Data storage

Drystar 4500
Drystar 5302

--

Film transport out of printer.


Density measurement with
integrated CDM

Drystar 5302

06

Yes

Yes

POWER SUPPLY

10

HARD DISC 73 GB

11

OUTPUT MODULE

Yes

12

TPH FILTER MODULE

TPH dust filter

Drystar 5300
Drystar 5302

--

13

PUMP & VALVES ASSY

Vacuum for suction cups of pickup


module

Drystar 5500
Drystar 5503
Drystar 5302

17

14

Input Sensors Module

Filmrun check before print drum

Drystar 5302

11

15

DRUM DRIVE MODULE

Drum drive

Drystar 5302

07

16

OSB SWITCH BOARD

TH power

Drystar 5300
Drystar 5302

--

17

PRINT DRUM MODULE

Print drum; Transport during


printing

Drystar 5302

--

18

THERMAL HEAD

19

TAG READER ASSY

20

UPPER / LOWER PICK


UP MODULE

Yes

21

UPPER / LOWER TRAY


without Tag Reader

22

CAM DRIVE MODULE

Yes

05

Film tag reader

Drystar 5500
Drystar 5503
Drystar 5302

--

Film pickup via 2 suction cups

Drystar 5302

03/04

Film supply

Drystar 5302

01/02

TH position adjustment (printing /


film transport in and out of TH
section)

Drystar 5302

13

Image transfer to film

*For description of E-Label refer to section 5.3.


** The Module number is shown in error messages. Example: "MOD13: Please replace module"

NOTE:
This list does not show all spare parts. Parts that have no real function during
printing, like the covers or hand grips are not listed. Refer to chapter 5 for a
complete spare parts list.

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5.2

Functional Description

Hardware
This section shows an overview of all hardware components and lists their purpose.

Key 6 board

SCSI

Devil CPU

Hard disk drive

Display

> 73 GB
RS232
IDE

ETH
Sensors
Motors
Pumps

CF drive

Data
PCI

Power Supply
Thermal Head

RS232

Thanos board
512 MB RAM

Power
OSB Board

536702da.cdr

Figure 20: Hardware Components Overview

Hardware Component
Thanos Board

Devil CPU

Description

CPU: Keeps the operating system and


application software in RAM
(512 MB) during operation

Keeps a flash EPROM for Bootup

Performs image processing

Controls all sensors, motors, valves and


pump

Controls the power supply

Sends the image data to the Thermal Head

Provides for following connections:


-

SCSI interface to hard disk

CF card reader

Ethernet 1 Gb/sec. twisted pair


interface

RS232 service port

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Hardware Component

Description

Key 6 Board

Controls the display with 122 (width) x 32


(height) pixels

Controls all buttons and LEDs required for


operation

Hard disk

Keeps the operating system, all application


software and diagnostic data

CF drive

To save or install data via CF card type II

Thermal head

Transfers the diagnostic data (pixels) via


heating elements to the heat sensitive film

OSB board

Switch board for the different TH heating


elements

Provides the power for heating up the resistor


elements

Supplies all voltages for the printer (+3,3 V,


+ 5 V, +12 V, -12 V, +20 V, +24 V, + 55V)

Connected via RS232 interface to the Devil


board, to allow saving temporary data before
switch off

Power supply

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5.3

Functional Description

Modules and E-Labels


The E-Label is a small EPROM attached to the module, which keeps information about
the module, like e.g.:

Name

Hardware Version

Nr. of print cycles

Last error code


An example for the readout of an E-Label is given in Figure 22
In case the E-label is defective or not connected the printer issues a warning message.
Printing is possible however also without E-label.
The decision, whether a module has an E-label or not depends on whether the
corresponding module:

Can be repaired in the repair center or

Requires module specific data


The table in section 5.1 lists, which module has an E-Label.

Figure 21: Example for E-Label at Power Supply

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_____________________________
Name....................................Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/name

Name....................................Value

OUTPUT ASSY

HardwareVersion.................Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/hardwareVersion

HardwareVersion.................Value 3
OrderNumber.......................Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/orderNumber

OrderNumber.......................Value
http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/partNumber
PartNumber..........................Uri
PartNumber..........................Value
http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/rdeNumber
RdeNumber..........................Uri
RdeNumber..........................Value A333462.3
SerialNumber.......................Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/serialNumber

SerialNumber.......................Value

40

FirstUseDate........................Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/firstUseDate

FirstUseDate........................Value
LastUseDate........................Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/lastUseDate

LastUseDate........................Value
HoursOfOperation...............Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/hoursOfOperation

HoursOfOperation...............Value 1876
NrOfCycles...........................Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/nrOfCycles

NrOfCycles...........................Value 21166
LastRepairDate....................Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/lastRepairDate

LastRepairDate....................Value
RepairSiteName...................Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/repairSiteName

RepairSiteName...................Value
http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/nrOfRepairs
NrOfRepairs.........................Uri
NrOfRepairs.........................Value 0
LastRepairCode...................Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/lastRepairCode

LastRepairCode...................Value
LastModuleSpecificErrors...Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/lastModuleSpecificErrors

LastModuleSpecificErrors...Value HC205007
NominalCalIntensity............Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/rde/nominalCalIntensity

NominalCalIntensity............Value 9500
MinCalIntensity...................Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/rde/minCalIntensity

MinCalIntensity...................Value

8500

MaxCalIntensity...................Uri

http://www.agfa.com/module/Output/rde/maxCalIntensity

MaxCalIntensity...................Value 10500
_____________________________
RandomUri
RandomValue
backToMain

produce

request

randomRequest

reconfigureThisELabel

Figure 22: Example for E-Label content

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Functional Description

Diagnostic Software
An online diagnosis software is permanently monitoring the correct feedback signal and
timing of the valves and the pump, motors and sensors which are connected to the
Devil module.
In case of a mismatch an error is issued.

Example message:
MOD04
Please replace module

Printer
Software

Application
Software

Online
Diagnosis

Devil CPU

Operating System
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Figure 23

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Functional Description

Errors are internally divided into:


Events
Warnings
Defects
In general events are user clearable, warnings are "key-operator"
(= experienced user or hospital technician) clearable, whereas defects have to be
repaired by service personnel.
Warnings and error messages are written into the infocounter.

Errors: Classification and treatment


Filmrun
Step 1

user
clearable
Message in plain text.
E.g. 'close upper cover'

Online
Diagnosis

key-operator
clearable
everything no
okay?

event
warning
defect

Message in plain text:


E.g. CDM not calibrated

yes

Filmrun
Step n

Infocounter
B

service
clearable

Error message:
HC10907:
Suspension motor M3 not
connected or malfunctioning
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Figure 24

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Functional Description

Thermal Model
The thermal model can be characterized as follows:

It is a mathematical description of the interaction Film TH.


It uses parameters like film thickness, thermal conductivity of the film, TH
temperature, environmental temperature, print speed and resolution of the print
head.
The thermal model TMML (Thermal Model Multi Layer; R&D name of the product
official name 'A # Sharp') describes this interaction very accurate, leading to a
very precise reproduction of the image.
With the thermal model "TMML" the image looks very sharp and has the image
quality of a Laser Imager.
Heat of following
pixel
Drum
temperature

Heat of previous
pixel
Heat of neighbor
pixel

TH temperature

Thermal Model

Pixel Stream

Mathematical
Thermal
Model
Description
of
Interaction Film - TH

Parameter Z

Pixel Stream

Thermal conductivity
film

Parameter Y
Parameter X

Thermal sensitivity
film

Figure 25

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HEALTHCARE

Repair and Service

Imaging Services

Safety Guidelines / General Repair Instruction

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Purpose of this document


This document lists the printer specific safety notes, in addition to the
"generic safety notes" (refer to chapter 0)

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes

1.0

09-2007

Initial Version

Referenced Documents
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Title

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WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and
on the product.

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LIST OF CONTENTS

SAFETY NOTES FOR SERVICE ACTVITIES .........................................................................4


1.1

Safety Notes for Installation Planning and Installation .............................................................4

1.2

Safety Notes for preventive and corrective Maintenance Work................................................4

1.3

General Safety Note for all Service Actvities ............................................................................5

1.3.1

Safety switch .............................................................................................................................5

1.3.2

Electrical Check after Power Supply Replacements.................................................................6

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Safety Notes for Service Actvities

1.1

Safety Notes for Installation Planning and Installation


CAUTION:
The device is heavy (90 kg / 198 lb). Risk of injuries.
At least three people have to lift the device from one position to the other.
Use proper foot and hand protection when lifting the device.
The table might break and cause injuries or damage to the device. The device weight
may be too heavy for the table.
Communicate to the customer, that the table must be able to carry more than 90 kg
(198 lb).

1.2

Safety Notes for preventive and corrective Maintenance Work


WARNING:
Thermal Print Head is hot - up to 70 C: Risk of burns.
Avoid contact with the Thermal Print Head.
Observe the relevant sticker on the Thermal Print Head.

CAUTION:
Thermal Print Head is fragile: Risk of damage.
When replacing or cleaning the Thermal Print Head great care must be taken.

CAUTION:
When mounting the main drive belt in the wrong direction, the image will be
corrupted:
To ensure correct reassembly mark the outside with a waterproof pen before removing
the belt .

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General Safety Note for all Service Actvities

1.3.1

Safety switch

The machine has one safety


switch, located below the top
cover.

It serves as a safety feature if


someone opens the machine
e.g. to remove a film jam.

S8

When the top cover is opened, the


safety switch is activated.
536631aa.cdr

It cuts off the voltage to all motors


and the print head.
Figure 1
WARNING:

If the safety switch is overridden with a service key there are risks of
injuries.
Keep your hands and garments away from the device.
Remove service key before the device is handed over to the customer.
Before the printer is closed the service key must be removed again,
otherwise the mechanism of the safety switch may get damaged.

CAUTION:
Hardcopy loss if printer is removed from the mains:
Before removing the mains cable make sure that there are no films being
printed at this time.

CAUTION:
Sharp edges inside the device: Injury is possible.
Take care during maintenance and replacement of parts.

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1.3.2

Electrical Check after Power Supply Replacements


In case of power supply replacements or maintenance check the protective earth
resistance according to the national regulations.
The electrical check is split up in two steps:

1.3.2.1

Details see..

Step

Task

Perform the basic protective earth test

1.3.2.1

Perform the electrical check according to


National Regulations.

1.3.2.2

Basic Protective Earth Test


(1)

Use a multimeter that is capable to


measure a resistance < 1 Ohm

(2)

Put one probe at the ground


connector of the mains input

(3)

Put the other probe at a few metallic


parts, the customer could touch.
The electrical resistance has to be
0.2 Ohm.
Refer to Figure 2.

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Figure 2

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(4)

Insert the power cord at the printer


side; leave it disconnected at the
wall side.

(5)

Put one probe at the ground


connector of the mains connector.

(6)

Put the other probe at a few metallic


parts, the customer could touch.
The electrical resistance in this case
has to be 0.3 Ohm.
Refer to Figure 3.

(7)

536631JK.cdr

check the printer for loose grounding


connections, if the electrical
resistance of one measurement
exceeds the limits (0.2 Ohm without
mains cable; 0.3 Ohm with mains
cable)

Figure 3

1.3.2.2

Electrical Check according to National Regulations


(1)

Perform the electrical check according to National Regulations.

NOTE:
The electrical checks that have to be performed in certain intervals (e.g. each 12
months) or after certain service actions (repair and/or maintenance) depend on
National Regulations.
Example for Germany: BGV A3 and DIN VDE 0751 or subsequent regulations.

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This document describes all tools (software, hardware), which are required for
servicing of the printer, incl. general instructions for software installation.

Document History
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WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and
on the product.

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LIST OF CONTENTS

MACHINE SPECIFIC TOOLS ..................................................................................................5


1.1

Mandatory tools ........................................................................................................................5

1.2

Optional tools ............................................................................................................................6

1.2.1

Basic Requirements for a Service PC ......................................................................................7

1.2.2

Recommended configuration of the Service PC.......................................................................7

CONNECTION OF THE SERVICE PC TO THE PRINTER......................................................8

SOFTWARE TOOLS ................................................................................................................9


3.1

Key-Operator Menu on the local Keypad................................................................................10

3.2

Infocounter ..............................................................................................................................10

3.2.1

Infocounter Analysis via printed infocounter on Film ..............................................................11

3.2.2

Infocounter Analysis via Printers Infocounters Report............................................................12

3.2.3

Infocounter Analysis via Service Command Session .............................................................12

3.2.4

How to evaluate the Infocounter .............................................................................................14

3.3

Test images.............................................................................................................................15

3.3.1

Testimage STI1.......................................................................................................................16

3.3.2

Testimage STI2.......................................................................................................................18

3.3.3

Testimage SMPTE..................................................................................................................19

3.3.4

Testimage Medical_Image......................................................................................................21

3.3.5

Testimage LinCheck ...............................................................................................................22

3.3.6

Testimage medicalimage Mammo ........................................................................................23

3.4

Show Error Codes...................................................................................................................23

3.5

Printer Browser Pages ............................................................................................................24

3.5.1

Operator Tools ........................................................................................................................25

3.5.2

Key-Operator Tools.................................................................................................................26

3.5.3

Service Engineer Tools...........................................................................................................27

3.5.4

Connection to the Printer Browser Pages...............................................................................31

3.5.5

Usage of the Printer Browser Pages ......................................................................................35

3.6

Printer Logging........................................................................................................................43

3.6.1

Required information for the support center ...........................................................................43


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3.6.2

Printer Bootup-Message .........................................................................................................45

3.7

ADVP ......................................................................................................................................49

3.7.1

ADVP as DICOM print SCU....................................................................................................50

3.7.2

ADVP as DICOM print SCP (Print Emulator)..........................................................................50

3.7.3

ADVP as Communication Recorder .......................................................................................52

SOFTWARE INSTALLATION.................................................................................................55
4.1

SW Update: Loading a SW Patch...........................................................................................55

4.1.1

Software Update via CF card..................................................................................................56

4.1.2

Software Update via a remote computer ................................................................................56

4.2

Emergency SW Installation on a new, empty Hard Drive .......................................................57

4.3

Emergency SW Installation on a printer in "Error - System Failure" state..............................59

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Machine specific Tools


In addition to the conventional service tools which every service engineer has in his
toolbox, the following tools are required for service on the printer:

1.1

Mandatory tools
The mandatory tools are required for repair, troubleshooting or maintenance of the
printer.
Tool

Part Number

Purpose

Anti-static wrist strap

CM+9.9999.0830.0

To avoid static discharges on


electronic components

Cleaning tissue (box


of 50 pieces)

CM+309931.0

For cleaning of the printer

Densitometer*

To be bought locally

To perform CDM calibration

Ink Eraser 'Pelikan'

10+999991176.0

For the 'dry TH cleaning'


procedure

Isopropyl Alcohol and Commercially available


lint free cloth

To clean the TH

Magnifying glass 8x

CM+9.9579.9904.0

To check image quality of films at


the lightbox

Service key

CM+9.0426.6309.0

To override the safety switch

Standard ruler (1mm) Commercially available

For horizontal image adjustment

Density Reproduction Density reproduction


To check calibration of CDM
Check files
check files are available
(internal printer densitometer)
via MEDNET, GSO Library
Waterproof pen

commercially available

CF card reader/writer EB+72010600 (USB)

To write on printed testfilms


To read/write CF-cards on a
Service PC via USB interface

EB+72010160 (PCMCIA)

To read/write CF-cards on a
Service PC via PCMCIA interface

External CF-card
128 MB

CM+343356.0

To install and save software &


data.

Service PC

Commercially available.

To perform different service


actions (access to the printer
homepage; evaluate infocounter
etc.).

See also 1.2.1 and 1.2.2


on page 5.

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NOTE:
*As DT film used in the Drystar printers has a slightly different color compared to
conventional films, different densitometers give different density readings, depending
on the light source.
To make a correct density measurement use only a calibrated densitometer MacBeth
TR-924, X-Rite 331, X-Rite 341, X-Rite 301, X-Rite 310 or Gretag D200-2. Other
densitometers are not supported.

1.2

Optional tools
The optional tools are required in exceptional cases only.

Tool

Part Number

Purpose

Crossed network
cable

EB+72010270 or
commercially
available

To get access to the printer homepage, in


case access via the hospital network is not
possible.
Note: Many service PCs as of approx. year
2006 do not require a crossed network cable:
They autodetect the type of connection (via
hub or point-to-point connection).

RS232 nullmodem cable for


the Service PC
(SUB D 9F/9F)

EB+44160021

To get access to the printers terminal level.


Only required in exceptional cases for
troubleshooting (e.g. boot-up problems).

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1.2.1

Basic Requirements for a Service PC


The following specification is the basic requirement for the Service PC:
Hardware:
USB port or integrated CF-Card reader
Serial port
Network connection RJ45
Software:
Browser Internet Explorer 5.0

1.2.2

Recommended configuration of the Service PC


The national Agfa GICS department (Global Information and Communication Services)
is responsible for selection and configuration of the Service PC.
The actual specification is available via Agfa Intranet: Follow the link:
Agfa Intranet IT servicedesk - GICS Intranet - Infrastructure Standards - Standards
for PCs and Peripherals

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Connection of the Service PC to the Printer


NOTE:
Necessity of PC connection:
In following cases a PC network connection is mandatory, as these settings only can
be made via browser pages.

To enter the Mammo license

To create a Mammo host profile (required for mammo printing)

To configure Logical printers

To define a host profile for special Image or Connectivity settings (Annotations,


OEM Lut etc.)

Proceeding for PC Connection to the Printer at first switch-on:


(1)

Set-up your service PC for obtaining an IP address automatically:


Setting for Windows 98 / Windows ME / Windows 2000:
Select Control Panel Network Properties Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
Properties Obtain an IP address automatically". Refer to Figure 1
Note: The path may differ for different operating systems.
Setting for Windows XP:
Select Control Panel Network Connections Local Area Connection
Properties Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties Tab: Alternative
Configuration Automatic Private IP address". Refer to Figure 2

(2)

Switch on the printer

(3)

Start the Internet Explorer

(4)

Enter the printer default IP address "169.254.10.10" in the printer address


window.

NOTE:
As the IP address of the printer after installation is usually different from
169.254.XXX.XXX, APIPA connection can only be used during installation. After
change of the IP address to one different from 169.254.XXX.XXX and reboot the
APIPA connection is not possible anymore.
Recommendation: Make a bookmark in your browser for IP address 169.254.10.10

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Figure 1: Windows 98, ME, 2000


network setting

Figure 2: Windows XP network setting

Software Tools
Following software tools are available
Software Tool

Purpose

Details see..

Key-operator menu on the Perform most of the required service


local keypad
actions

3.1

Infocounter

Troubleshooting

3.2

Test images

Troubleshooting image faults;


Confirmation of perfect image quality

3.3

Show error codes

View reason, meaning and cure of


error codes

3.4

Printer Browser Pages

Perform DICOM attribute adjustments,


e.g. image adjustments

3.6

Logging

View the online logging for


troubleshooting purposes

3.6

ADVP

Test the DICOM communication


between modality and printer

3.7

NOTE:
Besides the functions offered in the Service menu on the printer and the printer
browser pages no other service software is available nor required.

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3.1

Key-Operator Menu on the local Keypad

Purpose
Use

The key-operator menu allows most of the actions that are required for installation,
repair and maintenance of the printer.
(1)

Press the Key-operator menu key


to select the Key-operator
menu.

(2)

With the
and
keys select
the desired menu, (or the desired
character when entering text).

(3)

Use the
and
the desired digit.

(4)

Press
to confirm a selection or
to cancel.

keys to select

536601ga.cdr

Figure 3
Notes

3.2
Purpose

(1)

The Key-operator menu is also available via the Printer Browser Pages
(username: drystar, password: axys).

(2)

For a complete description of the Key-operator functions, please refer to the


DRYSTAR AXYS Reference manual.
An overview of all key-operator menus is available in section 3.7, Software
menus, Settings.

Infocounter
The infocounter is used for troubleshooting purposes and for investigation of the
printer history before maintenance.
It contains following information:

General information about the printer

Information about the installation site of the printer

Information about the configuration and hardware components of the printer

Statistics about service interventions

Statistics about machine reliability

Error history

This information about the printer is located in a persistent database.


Every 10 minutes there is an automatic update of the database on the hard disk.

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NOTE:
A copy of the infocounter data is always stored in the battery RAM of the printer. At
software installation the contents of the battery RAM are written to the hard disk drive.
This guarantees, that the infocounter data are not lost after exchange of the hard disk
drive
Three possibilities exist to get access to the infocounter (see also Figure 6):

Acces to the infocoeunter ...

Refer to ...

Via printed infocounter on film

3.2.1

Via Printers Infocounters Report

3.2.2

Via Service Command session

3.2.3

NOTE:
We recommend to use for Infocounter Analysis method A, 'Via printed infocounter on
film', as this is the fastest way to access the infocounter.
3.2.1

Infocounter Analysis via printed infocounter on Film


Required Tools

none
On the local keypad select key-operator menu "Service Actions - Print Infocounters": A
film will be printed with the infocounter data
Analyze the infocounter as described in section 3.2.4
NOTE:
The infocounter is best readable if printed on a 14x17" film.

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3.2.2

Infocounter Analysis via Printers Infocounters Report


Required Tools

Service PC, required to connect to the printer and analyze the infocounter.
(1)

3.2.3

Connect the Service PC to the


network. For details see
chapter 3.2, Machine specific
tools

(2)

Start the browser (Internet


Explorer 5)

(3)

Enter the IP address of the


printer in the address window.

(4)

Select menu "Service Engineer


Tools - Printer Infocounters
Report"

(5)

Analyze the infocounter file as


described in section 3.2.4,
How to evaluate the Infocounter

Service PC

Printer

536632el.cdr

Figure 4

Infocounter Analysis via Service Command Session


Required Tools

Service PC, required to connect to the printer and analyze the infocounter
(1)

Connect the Service PC to the


network

(2)

Start the browser (Internet


Explorer 5)

(3)

Enter the IP address of the


printer in the address window.

(4)

Select menu "Service Engineer


Tools - Enter Service
Command Session - 7 Service
Actions - 5 Logging - 2
Infocounters"

Service PC

Printer

536632el.cdr

Figure 5

(5)

Save the infocounter file to the service PC or the CF card.

(6)

Unzip the infocounters ZIP file

(7)

Analyze the infocounter.txt file as described in section 3.2.4,


How to evaluate the Infocounter
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Three ways to get Access to the Infocounter

7 Service Actions

Print Infocounters

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

SERVICE TOOLS
HOME

7 Service Actions
5 Logging
2. Infocounters

General information
List of errors
Printer Infocounters report
DICOM, LPD and HIPAA report
QA Report Page
Software versions
Remote sessions
Show printer status
Enter key-operator command session
Enter service command session
Release remote command session

Scalingtools
Setup
Connectivity
DICOM profile editor
Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer
LPD Profile Editor
Network configuration
Printqueue editor
Service - Loggings
Controller logging
1. To printer flash card
Modules
2. To this computer
Module repair
Go back
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Figure 6

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How to evaluate the Infocounter

Infocounters.txt evaluation
What to check in the
infocounter

Comment

1.1 Serial number and


Installation date

Compare device serial number with chapter 8


Manufacturing Standard Modification to determine
whether the device possibly requires a modification.
Refer to 3.3 (infocounter.txt), HW Modification History, to
check already made modifications.
Compare the currently installed SW version with the latest
SW version described in chapter 3.8, SW releases,
patches. In case a recommended SW patch is available,
install this SW patch.

1.4 Software Info

Refer to section 4.1


Infocounters.txt evaluation
What to check in the
infocounter
2.3 Reliability
3.3 Hardware Modification
History
3.4 Software modification
history

5.3 Retries

5.7 Error History

5.8 Error list (sorted by


relative) and
5.9 Error list (sorted by
total):

Comment
Should normally be not higher than 0.05. Higher fault
rates need a thorough investigation.
By comparing the status of the device with the available
modifications (refer to Technical Documentation chapter
8) the exact hardware status can be determined.
By checking the software modification history it can be
determined, whether a recent software upgrade solved a
problem, that occurred quite often in the error list in the
past
Many retries (> 1%, based on relative prints) have to be
investigated: They may reduce the throughput of the
device.
Check which errors occurred in the last days, how often
they appeared as well as the CBF (cycles between
failures) of these errors. This gives an overview of the
current status of the machine.
Troubleshoot these errors with the help of the technical
documentation, chapter 3.3, Troubleshooting.

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Purpose

Test images
The test images are used to check the complete printer function as well as checking
the image quality and certain adjustments
The list enclosed gives an overview of the different test images. This list is based on
software release 1.8.
Name / Purpose

Thumbnail picture

'STI1'

Details see..
3.3.1

Composed of many different test


images to check all aspects of
image quality.

'STI2'

3.3.2

Composed of many different test


images to check all aspects of
image quality.

SMPTE

3.3.3

Standard test image for evaluation


of image quality.
Medical_image

3.3.4

Test image to check, whether


stripes or dots, which are slightly
visible in one of the technical
images, are also visible in a
medical test image.
LinCheck

3.3.5

Test image with 11 increasing grey


values. Used for density
reproduction check.
medicalImage (Mammo)

3.3.6

Test image to check the effect of


possible stripes or dots in mammo
images.

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3.3.1
Purpose

Usage

Testimage STI1
Composed of many different test images to check all aspects of image quality.
(1)

In the browser pages select menu


'Service Engineer Tools - Enter
Service Command Session - 3
Print Testimage 1 Test image STI1.ZIP'.

(2)

The test image as displayed in


Figure 7 will be printed.

Figure 7

Evaluation Evaluate the test image at the lightbox as

follows:
(1)

Field 1 contains a continuous grey


wedge from grey value 0 to 255.
Check: no single grey steps may
be visible (in case single grey steps
are visible, this is called
'contouring'. The naming for this
effect is derived from the contour
lines in a hiking map).

Figure 8

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(2)

Field 2 consists of 256 small squares, with grey values from 0 to 255.

Each square has inside another smaller square, with a grey level which is 2
grey steps darker than the surrounding square.
Check: all 256 squares must be visible. In addition, a contrast difference must
be visible between the individual square and the small square inside.
(3)

Field 3 contains a flat field with density value 2.0.


Check: no stripes in any direction may be visible.

NOTE:
In case stripes, dots or insufficient density reproduction in the image can be observed,
refer to the troubleshooting guide (see MEDNET: GSO Library > Hardcopy > Dry
Printers > Drystar Axys > Troubleshooting Guide) for symptom, reason and cure.

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3.3.2
Purpose

Usage

Testimage STI2
Composed of several different test images to check most aspects of image quality.
(1)

In the browser pages select menu


'Service Engineer Tools - Enter
Service Command Session - 3
Print Testimage 1 Test image STI2.ZIP'.

(2)

The test image as displayed in


Figure 9 will be printed.

Figure 9
Evaluation Evaluate the test image at the lightbox as

follows:
(1)

Field 1 contains white and black


lines / dots of 1, 2 and 3 pixel width
Check: all lines / dots must be
visible

(2)

Field 2 consists of a SMPTE


testimage. Refer to 3.3.3

(3)

Field 3 consists of a flatfield with


Dmax 1.0

(4)

Check: No stripes in horizontal or


vertical direction may be visible.

Figure 10

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3.3.3
Purpose

Usage

Testimage SMPTE
Standard test image for evaluation of image quality and for trouble shooting (see
chapter 3.3.).
(1)

In the key-operator menu select '3


Print Image - 1 Testimage SMPTE_xxx.tif'.

(2)

The test image as displayed in


Figure 11 will be printed.

SMPTE_lin.TIF: Taste LUT linear.


Dmax = Dmax Printer

SMPTE_l300.TIF: Taste LUT


linear. Dmax = 3.0

SMPTE_kan.TIF: Taste LUT


Kanamori. Dmax = Dmax Printer

Figure 11

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Evaluation Evaluate the test image at the lightbox as

follows:
(1)

Fields 1 (4x) consist of 6 squares


with horizontal and vertical black
and white stripes (1, 2 and 3 pixels
wide).
Check: Each of the 6 squares must
show constant distance between
the black and white lines (no
interferences may be visible,
leading to unequal distances).

(2)

Fields 2 (4x) have the same pattern


as fields 1, but less contrast

Figure 12

Check: All 6 squares must be visible.


(3)

Fields 3 (3x) consist of several squares with the same density.


Check: The individual squares must show constant density. No stripes or dots.

(4)

Field 4 consists of a black square (100% black) with a smaller grey square
inside (95% black)
The square must show 2 different densities, i.e. inside there must be a smaller
square with slightly lower density.

(5)

Field 5 consists of a white square (0% black) with a smaller grey square inside
(5% black)
Check: The square must show 2 different densities, i.e. inside there must be a
smaller square with slightly higher density.

(6)

Field 6 consists of a black square (100% black).


Check: The square must show Dmax (default: 3.2 O.D.)

(7)

Fields 7 consists of a white square (0% black).


Check: The square must show fog level (for clear based film approx. 0.1 O.D.,
for blue based film approx. 0.2 O.D.)

NOTE:
To check density reproduction, especially for Dmax, use the LinCheck.ZIP test image
and measure in the "Density measurement area", as there also the CDM is measuring.
Only in this case the measured densities are comparable.

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3.3.4
Purpose

Usage

Testimage Medical_Image
Test image to check, whether print stripes or dots, which are slightly visible in one of
the technical images, are also visible in a medical test image.
(1)

In the browser pages select menu


'Service Engineer Tools - Enter
Service Command Session - 3
Print Testimage 1 Test Image Medical_image.ZIP'.

(2)

The test image as displayed in


Figure 13 will be printed.

Figure 13
Evaluation Evaluate the test image at the lightbox as follows:

(1)

This medical test image of a chest is the most critical medical test image
regarding visibility of print stripes or dots, due to its huge bright areas. In bright
areas the eye is most sensitive.
Check: Stripes in horizontal or vertical direction, which are slightly visible in a
technical image (e.g. STI test image), may not be visible in the medical test
image.

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Purpose

Usage

Testimage LinCheck
Test image to check density reproduction.
(2)

In the browser pages select menu


'Service Engineer Tools - Enter
Service Command Session - 3
Print Testimage 1 Test Image LinCheck.ZIP'.

(3)

The test image as displayed in


Figure 14 will be printed.

536632ga.cdr

Figure 14
Evaluation (4)

The test image contains a grey


wedge. This grey wedge is
measured during the density
reproduction check.
Refer to chapter 3.6, Adjustments.

Density measurement area

536632gb.cdr

Figure 15

NOTE:
For check of density reproduction only measure in the density measurement area, as
there also the CDM is measuring.
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Purpose

Usage

Testimage medicalimage Mammo


Test image to check, whether print stripes or dots, which are slightly visible in one of
the technical images, are also visible in a medical Mammo test image.
(1)

In the browser pages select menu


'Service Engineer Tools - Enter
Service Command Session - 3
Print Testimage - 4 medicalimage'.

(2)

Select the tray with Mammo DT2


films.

(3)

The test image as displayed in


Figure 16 will be printed.
Figure 16

Evaluation (1)

Check whether stripes or dots, that are visible in the STI1 or STI2 image, are
also visible in the testimage 'medicalimage'.

IMPORTANT:
To make this test film available at a printer with software 1.6.0_C1 proceed as
follows:
Connect via telnet to the printer

3.4
Purpose
Usage

(1)

At the C:\> prompt enter:


copy C:\images\service\*m.zip D:\images\service

(2)

Print the image from Service Command Session menu - "3 Print Testimage 4 medicalimage.zip"

Show Error Codes


View Reason - Meaning - Cure at the local display for an error that appeared at
the printer.
Possibility 1: View the last error code:
(1)

In the key-operator menu select 7 Service Actions - 1 Error messages

Possibility 2: View all error codes:


(1)

In the browser pages select menu 'Service Engineer Tools - List of errors

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Printer Browser Pages


The Printer Browser Pages provide for following menus:
Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Operator tools
Key-operator tools
Service engineer tools
Specialist tools
Security Tools
HELP

Figure 17

Menu

Content (Short description)

Operator Tools

Printer queue management for the


operator

Refer to .....
3.5.1

Key-Operator Tools Same like Key-Operator menu on local


display

3.5.2

Service Engineer
Tools

Functions for configuration and


troubleshooting of the Controller part of
the printer

3.5.3

Specialist Tools

Software tools reserved for R&D to


perform special actions during test
phase of the printer.

Not further described

Security Tools

Software Tools to configure user


access control and secure
communication as defined by HIPAA.
This menu is reserved for the Hospital
Security Manager

Not further described

Help

Describes purpose and content of the


Printer Browser Pages menus.

Not further described

NOTE:
A detailed structure of the Printer Browser Pages can be found in chapter 3.7,
Software menus, settings.
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section 3.5.4 for Connection to the Printer Browser Pages
section 3.5.5 for two examples about the usage of the printer
browser pages
3.5.1

Operator Tools

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

HOME
Id Patient Name
875
XYZ
876
XYZ
877
XYZ
878
XYZ
879
XYZ
Delete

Operator - Printer Status


Host
CT_A
CT_A
CT_A
CT_A
CT_A

Created On Sent Status


Priority
Normal
16-02-2005 0/1 Printing
Normal
16-02-2005 0/1 Printing
Normal
16-02-2005 0/46 Printing
16-02-2005 0/1 Calculating Normal
Normal
16-02-2005 0/1 Waiting

Set Emergency

View Status

Figure 18

Main Purpose

Printer queue management for the operator

Username / Password

operator / operator

Sub menus

None

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Key-Operator Tools

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

HOME

KEY OPERATOR TOOLS


Remote sessions
Enter key-operator command session
Release remote command session

Figure 19

Main Purpose

Provides same functions like Key-Operator menu on local


display

Username / Password

drystar / axys

Sub menus

1. Enter key-operator command session: Shows list of


menus like Key-Operator menu on local keypad.
2. Release remote command session: Makes a reset on
the key-operator command session, to release the
connection, in case the key-operator command session
hangs.

NOTE:
As long as a key-operator or service command session via Printer Browser Pages is
active, access to the printer via local keypad is not possible.
The printer will show the message: 'Remote Access active - Local keypad is disabled
during this session'.
Do not work with the key-operator or service command session Printer Browser Pages
at the printer as long as the customer is using the printer.

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Service Engineer Tools

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

SERVICE TOOLS
HOME

General information
List of errors
Printer Infocounters report
DICOM, LPD and HIPAA report
QA Report Page
Software versions
Remote sessions
Show printer status
Enter key-operator command session
Enter service command session
Release remote command session
Reboot Drystar
Reset Calibration Data
Connectivity tools
Scaling Setup
DICOM profile editor
LPD Profile Editor
Network configuration
Printqueue editor
Licenses
Controller logging
Module repair
Modules

Figure 20

Main Purpose

Provides functions for configuration and troubleshooting of


the Controller part of the printer

Username / Password

mega / ******

Sub menus

1. List of errors: Shows list of all HC.... error codes.


Same content like chapter 3.3, appendix, error codes..
2. Infocounters Report: Shows printer infocounter.
3. DICOM, LPD and HIPAA report*: Shows infocounter
of the Controller part of the printer.
4. Software versions*: Shows SW versions of printer and
controller part of the printer.
5. Show printer status: Shows possible warnings or
defects or user messages which are currently
displayed at the local display.

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6. Enter key-operator command session: Same function


like Key-operator Menu on local keypad.
7. Enter service command session: Same function like
Service Menu on local keypad.
8. Release remote command session: Makes a reset on
the Key-operator / Service command session, to
release the connection, in case the session hangs.
9. Reboot Drystar: Reboots the printer.
10. Reset Calibration data: This menu allows toggling
between default calibration data and the latest
calibration data of Film calibration for upper/lower tray,
Print head profile and CDM calibration
11. Scaling Setup: Menu to define general image
interpolation related settings
12. DICOM profile editor: Different menus to define printer
behavior regarding DICOM communication.
13. LPD profile editor: Different menus to define printer
behavior regarding Postscript communication
14. Network Configuration: Allows special network
settings to adapt to other network devices.
15. Printqueue editor: Provides functions for extended
queue management.
16. Controller logging: Provides functions to view, filter,
adapt and save log files.
17. Licenses: Provides window to enter mammo license
18. Modules: Provides functions to check sensors and
motors of single modules.
Refer to Figure 20

As long as a key-operator or service command session via Printer Browser Pages is


active, access to the printer via local keypad is not possible.
The printer will show the message: 'Remote Access active - Local keypad is disabled
during this session'.
Do not work with the key-operator or service command session Printer Browser Pages
at the printer as long as the customer is using the printer.

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Modules Pages

Figure 21: Service Engineer - Modules Pages

Main Purpose

Allows checking of individual motors and light sensors of


the printer.
Note: This function is only for special cases. Normally the
device detects each defective motor and sensor and
issues a corresponding error code.

Sub menus

By clicking on the assembly, the corresponding assembly


page is displayed. See Figure 22

Comments:
1.

By pressing activate/deactivate the motor can be started

2.

To check a sensor, activate the sensor manually and press "REFRESH". Now the
changed state of the sensor has to be displayed, if the sensor is still okay

3.

It is possible to view the E-label content of the corresponding module.


Refer to Figure 23.

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Figure 22: Service Engineer - Example for a Module Page


For comments see previous page.

Figure 23: Service Engineer - Example for a Module Page - E-Label content

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Usage

Connection to the Printer Browser Pages


(1)

Connect the Service PC to the


network

(2)

Start the browser (Internet


Explorer 5)

(3)

Enter the IP address of the


printer in the address window.
In case the printer homepage is
not displayed, refer to 3.5.4.1
Adaptation of the PC IP
address next page.

Service PC

Printer

536632el.cdr

Figure 24
As an alternative, if it is not possible
to put the Service PC into the hospital
network:
(1)

Crossed UTP network cable

Use a crossed network UTP


cable to connect the network
interface of the Service PC
directly with the network
interface of the printer.
Note: Many service PCs as of
approx. year 2006 do not
require a crossed network
cable: They autodetect the type
of connection (via hub or pointto-point connection).

(2)

Start the browser (Internet


Explorer 5)

(3)

Enter the IP address of the


printer in the address window.
In case the printer homepage is
not displayed, refer to 3.5.4.1
Adaptation of the PC IP
address next page.

Printer

536632ek.cdr

Figure 25

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Adaptation of the PC IP address


To connect the printer and the Service PC via network, usually the IP address of the
Service PC has to be adapted.
Basic rules:
Case 1: The service PC is part of the hospital network.
(1)

Get the IP address and possibly the subnet mask* for the Service PC from the
hospital network administrator. In case the hospital network administrator wants
to have the Service PC working only in a subnet, get from him the netmask (also
called subnet mask).

(2)

Enter IP address and subnet mask as displayed in Figure 26 to Figure 29.

Case 2: The service PC is not part of the hospital network, but connected via crossed
UTP network cable to the printer.
(1)

Look up the printer IP address and subnet mask in the printer key operator menu
show settings - Network.

(2)

Define an IP address for the Service PC by adding or subtracting 1 to the last


digit of the IP address.
Example:
Printer IP address = 10.6.5.121
Service PC address = 10.6.5.122 or 10.6.5.120

(3)

Enter IP address and subnet mask as displayed in Figure 26 to Figure 29.

Figure 26

Figure 27

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*Default Subnet Masks (set for NO subnetting)


Class

First 3 digits of IP

subnet mask

0......126

255.0.0.0

128......191

255.255.0.0

192.......223

255.255.255.0

Figure 28

Figure 29

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Adaptation of the Browser Proxy Settings

In case the connection to the Internet is configured for a connection via Proxy server,
this has to be disabled to be able to connect to the printer:
In the Internet Explorer select "Tools - Internet Options"
Select tab "Connections"
In case a proxy server is configured, tick the checkbox "Bypass Proxy server for local addresses".

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3.5.5

Usage of the Printer Browser Pages


(1)

Enter the IP address of the printer in the address window.


In case the printer homepage is not displayed, refer to 3.5.4.1 Adaptation of the
PC IP address previous page.

(2)

Select the desired menu

(3)

Enter user name and password when prompted (mega / ******)

Enclosed two examples which shall explain the usage of the Printer Browser Pages:

Example description

refer to ...

Adapt the taste LUT for a certain host by creating a host


specific DICOM host profile

3.5.5.1

Adapt the annotations for all DICOM inputs

3.5.5.2

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Operator tools
Key-operator tools
Service engineer tools
Specialist tools
Security Tools
HELP

Figure 31: Homepage of the printer

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Example 1: Adaptation of the taste LUT (contrast)


Whenever the host with AE title CTSCAN200 sends a print job to the printer, the taste
LUT shall be adapted to Kanamori_like 200.
(1)

In the printer homepage select


'Service Engineer tools - Enter
service command session'

(2)

Enter username and password

(3)

Select DICOM profile editor

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

SERVICE TOOLS
HOME

General information
List of errors
Printer Infocounters report
DICOM, LPD and HIPAA report
QA Report Page
Software versions
Remote sessions
Show printer status
Enter key-operator command session
Enter service command session
Release remote command session
Connectivity tools
Scaling Setup
DICOM profile editor
LPD Profile Editor
Network configuration
Printqueue editor
Controller logging
Module repair
Modules
536732et.cdr

Figure 32
(4)

Select New.

(5)

In the host profile window select


change at the host profile
type, to see, whether the
connected host is part of the
hosts database.
Refer to Figure 34.

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Figure 34: Host profile editor


(1)

Select the connected host if


present, otherwise leave it on
generic.

Figure 35

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(2)

Select the desired parameter, in this case Perception LUT = Kanamori_like and
set the Kanamori_like value to 200.

(3)

Check the checkbox before Perception LUT.

(4)

Enter AE title and nickname (nickname = the name the stuff uses for this
modality. The nickname will be displayed in the queue). Refer to Figure 36.

(5)

Select Submit

Now whenever the host with AE title CTSCAN200 sends a print job to the printer, the
taste LUT will be adapted to Kanamori_like 200.
NOTE:

In case the checkbox is checked before a parameter in the DICOM profile editor,
this parameter is used, no matter whether the modality sends the parameter or
not (overwrite functionality)

In case the checkbox is not checked, the value defined in the host profile is only
used, in case it is not sent by the modality.

Image adaptations should be made preferably at the DICOM modality. According


to DICOM specifications, controlling the printer completely is done at the
modality.

The description below about creating a DICOM profile should only be required,
in case the modality does not allow to adapt a certain parameter or does not
provide it.

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HELP

Host Profile: Name XYZ

These are the default settings for all print jobs coming from the host
(modality) specified under 'Calling AE title'.
The values may be overloaded at run-time by the Dicom input.
You can prevent this by checking the checkboxes at the left side.
Nick Name: Name XYZ
Use this profile only for incoming 'Calling AE title': Host AE
Use this profile only for local SCP server: all
Host Profile type: GENERIC-GENERIC Change
Number of Copies:
Print Priority: low
Polarity:
normal
Film Orientation: portrait
Trim: no
Film Size ID:
Medium Type:
Print even if Film Size ID/Medium type not supported: yes
Print even if Application type not supported:
no
Kernel: site
Edit Custom Interpolation Type cubicHighRes,
Magnification: Edit Magn: max smoothFactor: -0.7
Decimate/Crop behaviour :
disabled
Pixel Size:
Edit ratio: 1.0 / 1.0
Perception LUT: kanamori
Kanamori Like value:
Custom value:
Illumination (cd/m2):
Reflected Ambient Light (cd/m2):
Border Density (OD x100):
Empty Image Density (OD x100):
Minimum Density (OD x100):
Maximum Density (OD x100):
site
300
Header Annotation:
Contents: none
Edit Custom
Font:
site
Edit Custom
Footer Annotation:
Contents: none
Edit Custom
Font:
site
Edit Custom
Window (%):
Level (%):
Image Orientation:
r0
Conformance/Status Level: 0
Nevent enabled: off
site
Mammo modality:
site
Mammo CWR Rotation: NO
Association Timeout (s):
Image Timeout (s):
Allow IMPLICIT VR LITTLE ENDIAN:
Allow EXPLICIT VR LITTLE ENDIAN:
Allow EXPLICIT VR BIG ENDIAN:
Resolution: 508
Supported SOP classes: Edit
LR like:
off
OK Cancel Show Defaults

Show last Input

Manually customized items are show in red


The last received input values are show in blue (click 'Show Last Input' button)
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NOTE:

All DICOM host profile and LPD


profile Printer Browser Pages
have an online documentation
included.

It can be viewed by pressing


the HELP button.

Figure 37

3.5.5.2

Example 2: Define annotations for all inputs


In this example the defaults for all hosts, independent of the AE title are adapted. Here
it is only possible to adapt the annotations.
(1)

In the printer homepage select 'Service Engineer tools - Enter service command
session'

(2)

Enter username and password

(3)

Select DICOM profile editor

(4)

Select Default site annotations: EDIT. Refer to Figure 38.

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Figure 38
(1)

Select Annotation 1 Refer to


Figure 40.
Refer to Figure 39 to see,
where annotation 1 is located.

(2)

Enter the annotation text:


Example: St Joseph's
Hospital.....

(3)

Possibly adapt the font and font


size of the annotation.

(4)

In the Annotation Box 1 select


Submit.

(5)

Check the checkbox before


Annotation 1.

(6)

Select Submit.

Figure 39

Now independent of the AE title all


films will have annotation 1 St.
Joseph's Hospital.....

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Figure 40: Site Defaults Window

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3.6

Printer Logging
Item "Printer Logging" is divided in following sections:

3.6.1

Section

refer to ...

Required information for the support center

3.6.1

Printer Bootup Message

3.6.2

Required information for the support center


In case of persistent problems like Connectivity / DICOM problems or film jams it may
be required - as part of the escalation procedure - to send all logfiles, session files and
infocounters to the support center.
Proceeding:
Step #
Step 1
Step 2

Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Step 6
Step 7
Step 8

Descpription
In the Service Engineer Tools go to "Controller
Logging"
Set tasks
- PrintJobHandler
- DCMPrintSCP_0
- DCMPrintSCP_1 (if available)
to TRACE
Produce the fault by sending an image from the
modality or by printing a test image
Reboot the printer
Get the session files
Get the infocounter file
Save the " DICOM, LPD and HIPAA report"
Send the
Session file
Infocounter file
DICOM, LPD and HIPAA report
to your support center

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See note 1
See note 2
--

At sporadic problems (Connectivity / DICOM problems; film jams) skip Steps 1 to 4.


Immediately start with step 5
Note 1: Path for session file / infocounter:
Enter service command session 7 service actions 5 logging 1 session reports
(select all files) / 2 Infocounters report To this computer

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Note 2: How to save the " DICOM, LPD and HIPAA report"
In the "Service Engineer Tools" go to the "DICOM, LPD and HIPAA report" page
right mouse key save page as.
3.6.1.1

How to view the logfiles offline


Step #
Step 1
Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Descpription
Install the PIDEX
tool
Extract the
corresponding log
file of the session
file.
In the PIDEX tool
select "Tools
logview" and open
the desired logfile

Comment
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In the PIDEX tool go


to function "Edit
find" to find the
desired information.

It is also possible to select a single word in the


logfile. Then all other occurances of this
expression are also highlighted.

See note below

NOTE:
A session file is named e.g.
DSAXYS_1052_SES_21OCT2007_09-55-48.ZIP, where the different figures
represent following information:
DSAXYS:
Printer (Drystar AXYS)
1052:
Serial Number
SES:
Session File
21OCT2007:
Current date
09-55-48:
Current time HH-MM-SS
Interesting for troubleshooting are following files within the SES files:

devil.log (controller and print engine);

time.log

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3.6.2
Purpose

Printer Bootup-Message
The printer terminal level provides following service action:

An online logging, which displays all actions of the printer software during
bootup.

The printer terminal level is not intended to be used as official service tool.
It is only used for troubleshooting, e.g. to view the boot-up messages.

Usage

(1)

Connect the Service PC to the


printer as displayed in Figure
41.

(2)

Start the HyperTerminal as


displayed in section 3.6.2.1.

(3)

Switch the printer on:


Now the bootup message
appears

(4)

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When the Printer login appears


the bootup message is finished.
Figure 41

3.6.2.1

Setup of the HyperTerminal


NOTE:
The hyper terminal setup as displayed here can be used for all AGFA devices.
Instead of the HyperTerminal following other programs can be recommended to
connect to terminal level:

xt.
xt.exe is an AGFA program, which is part of the IMOS package. It can be started
in a DOS box by typing xt

IMOS Start Menu.


The IMOS Start Menu software has a terminal built in. Select tools - terminal.
Depending on the configuration of IMOS Start, either a DOS box with xt will be
opened or a Hyper terminal window will pop-up.

(1)

To start the setup of the HyperTerminal, go to Programs - Accessories HyperTerminal - HyperTerminal

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Figure 42
(2)

Enter a name for the


connection, e.g. AGFA

Figure 43
(3)

Select COM1 or COM2 for


communication port (depending
on what you are using on the
Service PC)

Figure 44

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(4)

(5)

Make the setup of the


HyperTerminal session as
displayed here, i.e.
-

9600 Bps

8 data bits

no parity

1 stop bit

flow control Xon/Xoff


Select OK

Figure 45
(6)

Select Properties

Figure 46

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(7)

Select settings

Figure 47
(8)

Select VT100 for emulation


type

(9)

Press OK

Figure 48
(10) Press <Enter>
Now the bootup message or login
prompt is visible.

Figure 49
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3.7

ADVP
NOTE:
The latest version of ADVP can be downloaded from MEDNET GSO Library
(Hardcopy - Wet Imagers - LR DICOM Controller - Freeware)

Purpose
Usage

DICOM troubleshooting tool


ADVP can be used for following purposes:

Purpose

Details see

Send test images from the service PC to the printer


via network

3.7.1.

Record DICOM print sessions for further


troubleshooting.

3.7.2

Record DICOM print sessions for changing and resending them to the printer.

3.7.3.

NOTE:
ADVP can run on the service PC or any Windows PC in the network. The only prerequisite: The PC must be part of the network.

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3.7.1

ADVP as DICOM print SCU


ADVP as DICOM print SCU can be used to check the DICOM interface of the printer.
In this case ADVP sends a test image to the printer.
(1)

Start ADVP

(2)

Select 'Basic Grayscale' in the


'Start up configuration' screen.

(3)

Select 'Test - Print Film'

(4)

Select 'SMPTE' (or any other


test film).

(5)

In the 'Configuration' window fill


in Called (Printer) AE Title and
'Printer IP address'.

(6)

Select 'OK'. Now the desired


test film is sent to the printer.

Figure 51: ADVP as Print SCU


3.7.2

ADVP as DICOM print SCP (Print Emulator)


ADVP as DICOM print SCP can be used to check the DICOM communication sent
from the modality. ADVP in this case emulates the printer. The communication can be
evaluated on site or by a product specialist in the GSC or RSC.

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(1)

Disconnect the printer from the


network.

(2)

Give the IP address of the


service PC the same IP address
like the printer*

(3)

Start ADVP

(4)

Select 'Basic Grayscale' in the


'Start up configuration' screen.

(5)

Select 'Application - Print


Emulator - Start'

(6)

In the following window fill in


- Called (Printer) AE Title (this is
the AE title of the printer),
- 'Called (Host) AE Title'
- ADVP Listen port (usually 104:
this is the port the modality
sends DICOM messages).

(7)

Select okay. Now ADVP is


prepared for recording the
communication between
modality and the printer.
Figure 52: ADVP as Print Emulator

NOTE:
*In case ADVP runs on the printer, just select 'Stop Controller' to stop the application
software (and so switch off the DICOM SCP functionality of the printer). When
communication recording is finished, close ADVP and select 'Start Controller'.

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3.7.3

ADVP as Communication Recorder


ADVP as Communication recorder is recording the communication between the
modality and the printer, and allows to modify every single DICOM attribute as well as
resending the recorded image with the changed attribute(s).
In general, following configurations are possible:
a) Service PC is part of the network: The modality sends to the service PC, the
service PC transmits the DICOM image and control data on the fly to the
printer. Modifying the DICOM data can be done without changing the
configuration.
b) Service PC is only temporary integrated in the network to emulate the printer:
The modality sends to the service PC, ADVP on the service PC transmits the
DICOM image and control data to a DICOM Print SCP on the service PC (e.g.
ADVP as Print Emulator). Re-sending the DICOM data to the printer then
requires re-configuration of ADVP.
In this chapter we describe the possibility a) Service PC is part of the network.

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Part 1: Recording the DICOM data


(1)

Change the IP address of the


printer to any free IP address in
the network (e.g.
192.9.200.202)

(2)

Give the service PC the former


IP address of the printer (e.g.
192.9.200.201)

(3)

Start ADVP

(4)

Select 'Basic Grayscale' in the


'Start up configuration' screen.

(5)

Select 'Application - Comms


Recorder - Start'

(6)

In the following window fill in


- Called (Printer) AE Title (this is
the AE title of the printer),
- 'Called (Host) AE Title',
- ADVP Listen port (usually 104:
this is the port the modality
sends DICOM messages),
- Printer IP address (this is the
IP address of the printer)
- printer listen port (usually
104).

(7)

Figure 53: ADVP as Comms Recorder

Select okay. Now ADVP is


prepared for recording the
communication between
modality and the printer.

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Part 2: Resending the DICOM data


(1)

Select 'Application - Comms


Recorder - Stop'

(2)

Select 'Application - Comms


Recorder - Modify'

(3)

In the Printer Snapshot edit the


desired parameters

(4)

Select 'Application - Comms


Recorder - Replay': Now the
image is re-sent to the printer
and printed at the printer with
the adapted data.

Figure 54: Resending the DICOM data

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Software Installation
You want to ...

Example

Upgrade the SW to a higher


basic release

SW Upgrade from SW Rel.


1.80_C1 to 2.0.0_C1

Update the SW with a patch

SW Update from 1.8.0_C1 to


1.8.1_C1

4.1

Install SW on a new, empty


hard drive or.

Install SW 1.8.0_C1 on an
empty hard drive

4.2

Re-install the software on a Re-Install SW 1.8.0_C1 on a


printer in ERROR - SYSTEM printer that does not bootup
FAILURE state.
anymore.

Refer to .....
Installation Instructions
which are part of the
software

4.3

NOTE:

4.1

A software upgrade is a functional extension. It is usually sold through the Sales


and Services Channels

A software update is a corrective modification of the basic software version. It


does not include new functionality. SW Updates (Patches) are available on
MedNet.

SW Update: Loading a SW Patch


This chapter describes the SW Update with a patch.
NOTE:
For instructions regarding SW upgrade to a higher basic release (e.g. SW Upgrade
from SW Rel. 1.80_C1 to 2.0.0_C1) refer to Chapter 7, Modifications
A SW Update can be performed in two ways:
SW Update via ...

Refer to .....

Key-operator menu at the local keypad using the CF card

4.1.1

Service menu in the Printer browser pages using the


network connection

4.1.2

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4.1.1
Purpose

Software Update via CF card


Software Update: Installation of a software patch

SW Update (1)

(2)

Follow the further instructions on


the local keypad.

(3)

After the software update print a


SMPTE test image (Key Operator
menu: 3 Print Image - 1 Testimage
- 2 SMPTE.zip') and a test image
from every modality to confirm the
successful update.

(4)

4.1.2
Purpose

In the key-operator menu select '9


Installation - 1 Software Installation
- 1 From CF card'

5366_Reg01_017_e.cdr

Figure 55

Re-new the backup on CF card.

Software Update via a remote computer


Software Update: Installation of a software patch

SW Update (1)

Establish a web browser


connection to the printer. Refer to
chapter 3.5.4.

Service engineer tools


Username
mega
Username

(2)

******
Enter Key-operator command session

(3)

Printer Browser Pages

(4)

In the printer homepage select


'Service Engineer Tools - Enter
Key-operator Command Session 9 Installation - 1 New Software
Installation - 1 This computer'

9. Installation
1. New Software Installation
Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Key-Operator - Installation

Choose Dataset
Proceed

Go Back

Browse .....
Reset Values

(5)

Select 'Browse'

(6)

Select the ZIP file to be uploaded


(e.g. DSAXYS_SWR_180C1.zip).

(7)

Follow the further instructions in


the Printer Browser Pages

(8)

After the software update print a SMPTE test image (Key Operator menu: 3
Print Image - 1 Testimage - 2 SMPTE.tif') and a test image from every modality
to confirm the successful upgrade.

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NOTE:
During file upload it is not checked, whether the software you are uploading is really
software for Drystar AXYS. Be sure to upload the correct ZIP file.
The ZIP file is only available via MEDNET - GSO library:
http://docs.agfanet/mednetcso-library. Follow path "Hardcopy Dry Imagers Drystar
AXYS Freeware"
CAUTION:
Depending on the software patch version it might be possible, that one of the
boards gets re-programmed during the software upgrade.
In case this re-programming is interrupted by power loss, this specific board
may become unusable.
Do not reboot the printer before requested by the Printer Browser Pages.

4.2
Purpose

Emergency SW Installation on a new, empty Hard Drive


This chapter describes the SW Installation on an empty hard drive, e.g. after exchange
of the hard drive.

SW
(1)
Installation
on empty
HD

Insert the CF card with the printer


"Emergency_Install" software in
the CF card reader

(2)

Reboot the printer

(3)

At question "Do you want to


preserve config?" select "NO".
Refer to Figure 58.

(4)

Follow the further instructions on


the display.

(5)

Select menu "5 Restore


Configuration" to reload the
previous configuration when
finished.

(6)

Perform a film calibration from


both trays.

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Figure 57

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IMPORTANT:
After software installation on a new,
empty harddisk, the printer is only in
the same state than before, if an upto-date backup is available.
In case the CF card is lost or not
readable the complete printer setup
has to be redone.
After Emergency SW Installation on a
new, empty hard disk without
"Configuration Restore" the printer is
in the same state like it has been
shipped from factory
(default IP address 169.254.10.10)

Emergency SW FOUND
ON EXTERNAL CF-card
Install emergency
SW? YES (V) NO (X)

Emergency SW Install
Do you want
to preserve config?
YES (V) NO (X)
536632gc.cdr

Figure 58

NOTE:
The printer "Emergency_Install" software can be obtained via MEDNET, GSO Library.

Caution:

Depending on the software patch version it might be possible, that one of the
boards gets re-programmed during the software upgrade.

In case this re-programming is interrupted by power loss, this specific board may
become unusable.

Do not reboot the printer before requested by a local keypad message

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4.3
Purpose

Emergency SW Installation on a printer in "Error - System Failure" state


This chapter describes the SW Installation on a printer in ERROR - SYSTEM
FAILURE state.
IMPORTANT:
The software installation procedure
described here formats the hard disk.
In case you select "NO" at question
"Do you want to preserve config" the
configuration data are erased.
In this case the printer is only in the
same state than before, if an up-todate backup is available.
In case the CF card is lost or not
readable the complete printer setup
has to be redone.

Emergency SW FOUND
ON EXTERNAL CF-card
Install emergency
SW? YES (V) NO (X)

Emergency SW Install
Do you want
to preserve config?
YES (V) NO (X)
536632gc.cdr

Figure 59

SW
Installation
on empty HD

(1)

Insert the CF card with the printer


"Emergency_Install" software in
the CF card reader

(2)

Reboot the printer

(3)

At question "Do you want to


preserve config?" select
"NO" in case you want to erase
the complete configuration
"YES" in case want to keep the
current configuration. Refer to
Figure 59 and to info below.

(4)

Follow the further instructions on


the local keypad.

(5)

Select menu "5 Restore


Configuration" to reload the
previous configuration when
finished.

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Figure 60

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NOTE:
The printer "Emergency_Install" software can be obtained via MEDNET, GSO library:
http://docs.agfanet/mednetcso-library. Follow path "Hardcopy Dry Imagers Drystar
AXYS Freeware"

CAUTION:
Depending on the software patch version it might be possible, that one of the
boards gets re-programmed during the software upgrade.
In case this re-programming is interrupted by power loss, this specific board
may become unusable.
Do not reboot the printer before requested by a local keypad message

NOTE:
When you choose during Emergency SW Installation to preserve the configuration
following steps are executed internally:
1. A backup of the printer configuration data is created and copied to RAM
2. The software is copied from CF card to hard disk and inflated
3. The boards are programmed
4. The backup is restored from RAM
When you choose during Emergency SW Installation not to preserve the configuration
the configuration data are erased. The printer in this case is in the same state like it
has been shipped from factory
(default IP address 169.254.10.10)

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This document describes the systematic troubleshooting of the printer

Document History
Edition.
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Release
Date

Changes
compared to previous Version 1.0:

1.1

03-2011

Replaced previous list of error codes by error codes of


software 2.1.0_C2.

Referenced Documents
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Title

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Manufacturer
Agfa HealthCare N.V.
Publisher
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D - 81539 Mnchen
Germany
Copyright 2011 Agfa HealthCare N.V.
All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.
AGFA and the Agfa-Rhombus are trademarks of Agfa HealthCare N.V.

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and on
the product.

NOTE:
To verify the latest version of single documents and of Service Manuals refer to the
Document Type Order List in the GSO library.

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LIST OF CONTENTS

GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE ...................................................................4

ERROR CATALOGUE..............................................................................................................5

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General Troubleshooting Procedure


The troubleshooting procedure depends on the symptom of the fault. Refer to Figure 1:
MODXX
Please replace module

New Error: Exxxxxx


xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

New Warning: Wxxxxxx


xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

New Maintenance: Mx
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Error
System Failure

Please wait
Selftest Proceeding

Film Jam!
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Modality Name Time


Film X of Y
Z%

The online diagnosis has checked


all possible reasons for the fault.
The only possible cure:
To replace a certain module

Refer to
table next page.

The online diagnosis has detected,


that more than one possible reason
for the fault exists.

Refer to IMPORTANT
note next page.
See also
Troubleshooting
Guide.*

The online diagnosis has detected a


fault, which still allows printing, however
The print quality is reduced or
The print quality can be reduced in the
near future or
A defective part requires replacement
in the near future

Refer to IMPORTANT
note next page.
See also
Troubleshooting
Guide.*

The configured number of cycles


for a certain maintenance action
has been reached.

See also
Troubleshooting
Guide. *

The online diagnosis was not able to


start up.

Refer to
Troubleshooting
Guide. *

For more than 5 minutes the printer


shows message
"Please wait selftest proceeding".

refer to
Troubleshooting
Guide.*

A sporadic or persistent film jam


occured.

Refer to
Troubleshooting
Guide.*

The image sent from the modality


is not printed. It does not appear
in the printer queue.

Refer to
Troubleshooting
Guide.*

The image(s) show stripes, dots,


density or contrast faults.

Refer to
Troubleshooting
Guide.*

536733aa.cdr

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Figure 1

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Error Catalogue

The error catalogue is part of the device software (file "error.xml").


The print-out supplied here is based on software release 2.1.0_C2
It is also available via browser pages, menu 'Service Engineer tools - List of Errors'

IMPORTANT:
Error codes EXXXXX and WXXXXX (displayed on the local display), are registered in the
infocounter as error codes HCXXXXX. The next pages list the HC codes totether with reason
and cure.
Error codes "MOD XX - Please replace module" are also mapped to an HC code. This HC code
can be looked up in key-operator menu "7 Service Actions - Error Codes".
Depending on attributes for "Type" and "Action" (see error descriptions below) error messages
will be issued as error code or plain text:
Type
Defect
Defect
Failure
Accidental

Action
Replace
See manual
None
None

Error message will be issued as


Message "MODXX Please replace module"
Message "EXXXXXX texttext"
Message "WXXXXXX - texttext"
Message "texttext" (e.g. remove film jam)

List of Modules:
MOD Nr..
MOD01
MOD02
MOD03 / MOD04
MOD05
MOD06
MOD07
MOD08
MOD09
MOD10
MOD11
MOD12
MOD13
MOD14
MOD15
MOD16
MOD17
MOD18
MOD20

Spare Part
UPPER TRAY W/O TAG READER
LOWER TRAY W/O TAG READER
UPPER / LOWER PICK UP MODULE
THERMAL HEAD
OUTPUT MODULE
DRUM DRIVE MODULE
DEVIL MODULE or DEVIUS MODULE
POWER SUPPLY
KEYPAD/DISPLAY MODULE
INPUT SENSORS MODULE
THANOS W/O SDRAM or TYNDALL W/O SDRAM
CAM DRIVE MODULE
GEAR BOX & BELT
SUSPENSION DRIVE MODULE
TPH COOLING FAN
PUMP & VALVES ASSY
RAM MODULE
VILIS COOLING FAN

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DD+DIS033.07E

LIST OF ERRORS
MODULE : uppertraymodule
Elabel : No

HC301000 : uppertraymodule.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E301000

Action

SeeManual

Reason

XS7 or XS8 not connected

Cure1

Connect XS7 or XS8

HC301001 : uppertray.overruled
Type

Failure

Context

W301001

Action

None

Reason

Inputtray overruled (dmax 2.0)

Cure

Replace filmpack

HC301002 : uppertray.disabled
Type

Failure

Context

W301002

Action

None

Reason

Inputtray disabled

Cure

Replace filmpack

HC301003 : uppertraymodule.tagreader
Type

Failure

Context

W301003

Action

None

Reason1

Tag reader not connected

Cure1

Connect tag reader

Reason2

Tag reader defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

Tag reader
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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC301004 : uppertraymodule.s11
Type

Failure

Context

W301004

Action

None

Reason1

S11 not connected

Cure1

Connect S11

Reason2

Upper tray module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD01

HC301005 : uppertraymodule.s24
Type

Failure

Context

W301005

Action

None

Reason1

S24 not connected

Cure1

Connect S24

Reason2

Upper tray module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD01

HC301006 : uppertraymodule.takeoversensors.working
Type

Defect

Context

E301006

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

S11 and S24 not connected

Cure1

Connect S11 and S24

Reason2

Upper tray module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD01

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC301007 : uppertraymodule.s1
Type

Failure

Context

W301007

Action

None

Reason1

S1 not connected

Cure1

Connect S1

Reason2

Upper tray module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD01

HC301016 : upper.filmcal.required
Type

Failure

Context

W301016

Action

None

Reason

Upper tray needs calibration

Cure

Perform upper tray calibration

HC301018 : upperTag-unsupported
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Wrong version in upper tray

Cure

Replace filmpack

HC301019 : tag.history.insecure
Type

Defect

Context

E301019

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Tag history is corrupt

Cure

make Emergency sw install without preserving config

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC301020 : uppertraymodule.s11.flagproblem
Type

Failure

Context

W301020

Action

None

Reason

S11 defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD01

HC301021 : uppertraymodule.s24.flagproblem
Type

Failure

Context

W301021

Action

None

Reason

S24 defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD01

HC301022 : uppertraymodule.sensors
Type

Failure

Context

W301022

Action

None

Reason1

one of the takeoverdetection sensors is not functioning

Cure1

Remove jam

Reason2

Upper tray module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD01

HC301023 : backside.jam.upper
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

backside jam while printing from upper tray

Cure

Insert filmpack correctly

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DD+DIS033.07E

MODULE : lowertraymodule
Elabel : No

HC302000 : lowertraymodule.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E302000

Action

SeeManual

Reason

XS9 not connected to lower tray module

Cure1

Connect XS9 to lower tray module

HC302001 : lowertray.overruled
Type

Failure

Context

W302001

Action

None

Reason

Inputtray overruled (dmax 2.0)

Cure

Replace filmpack

HC302002 : lowertray.disabled
Type

Failure

Context

W302002

Action

None

Reason

Inputtray disabled

Cure

Replace filmpack

HC302003 : lowertraymodule.tagreader
Type

Failure

Context

W302003

Action

None

Reason1

Tag reader not connected

Cure1

Connect tag reader

Reason2

Tag reader defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

Tag reader

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC302007 : lowertraymodule.s2
Type

Failure

Context

W302007

Action

None

Reason1

S2 not connected

Cure1

Connect S2

Reason2

Lower tray module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD02

HC302016 : lower.filmcal.required
Type

Failure

Context

W302016

Action

None

Reason

Lower tray needs calibration

Cure

Perform lower tray calibration

HC302018 : lowerTag-unsupported
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Wrong version in lower tray

Cure

Replace filmpack

HC302023 : backside.jam.lower
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

backside jam while printing from lower tray

Cure

Insert filmpack correctly

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC302024 : used.film.upper
Type

Failure

Context

W302024

Action

None

Reason

counter of new filmpack in upper tray was already low. It was used in
another printer

Cure

Replace filmpack when filmcount runs out

HC302025 : used.film.lower
Type

Failure

Context

W302025

Action

None

Reason

counter of new filmpack in lower tray was already low. It was used in
another printer

Cure

Replace filmpack when filmcount runs out

MODULE : upperpickupmodule
Elabel : Yes

HC303000 : upperpickupmodule.film.pickupposition
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Upper input jam

Cure

Remove upper input jam

HC303001 : upperpickupmodule.film.bendposition
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Upper input jam

Cure

Remove upper input jam

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC303002 : upperpickupmodule.film.homeposition
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Upper pickup homing failed accidently

Cure

Self resolving accident

HC303003 : upperpickupmodule.film.vacuum
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason1

Upper input jam

Cure1

Remove upper input jam

Reason2

vacuum system failing

Cure2

clean vacuum tubes , filter , vacuum cups ......

Reason3

Lower pickup module defect

Cure3

Replace

Part

vacuum pump

HC303004 : upperpickupmodule.filmpickup
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Upper input jam

Cure

Remove upper input jam

HC303005 : upperpickupmodule.s18.low
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Upper input jam

Cure

Remove upper input jam

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC303006 : upperpickupmodule.s18.high
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal jam

Cure

Remove internal jam

HC303007 : upperpickupmodule.pickup.skew
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Upper input jam

Cure

Remove upper input jam

HC303008 : upperpickupmodule.tphalign
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Upper input jam

Cure

Remove upper input jam

HC303009 : upperpickupmodule.film.align
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Upper input jam

Cure

Remove upper input jam

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC303010 : upperpickupmodule.homeposition
Type

Failure

Context

W303010

Action

None

Reason

Upper pickup homing failed accidently

Cure

Self resolving accident

HC303011 : upperpickupmodule.thpositioning
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Upper input jam

Cure

Remove upper input jam

HC303012 : upperpickupmodule.elabel.present
Type

Failure

Context

W303012

Action

None

Reason1

Upper pickup elabel not connected

Cure1

Connect upper pickup elabel

Reason2

Upper pickup Elabel defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD03

HC303013 : upperpickupmodule.elabel.config
Type

Failure

Context

W303013

Action

None

Reason

Upper pickup elabel defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD03

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC303014 : upperpickupmodule.connected
Type

Failure

Context

W303014

Action

None

Reason1

XS1 disconnected

Cure

Connect XS1

Reason

Upper pickup module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD03

HC303015 : upperpickupmodule.working
Type

Failure

Context

W303015

Action

None

Reason1

Upper pickup module defect

Cure1

Replace

Part

MOD03

Reason2

Film wrinkled in upper tray

Cure2

Remove wrinkled film

HC303016 : upperpickupmodule.passed.high
Type

Failure

Context

W303016

Action

None

Reason1

Upper pickup past sensor jammed

Cure1

Free upper pickup past sensor

Reason2

Upper pickup past sensor defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD03

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC303021 : upperpickupmodule.m7.connection
Type

Failure

Context

W303021

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Upper pickup motor not connected

Cure1

reconnect upper pickup motor

Reason2

Upper pickup module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD03

HC303022 : upperpickupmodule.m7.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E303022

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Upper pickup module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD03

HC303023 : upperpickupmodule.s14
Type

Failure

Context

W303023

Action

None

Reason1

Upper pickup home sensor S14 malfunctioning

Cure1

check upper pickup home sensor S14

Reason2

Upper pickup module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD03

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC303024 : upperpickupmodule.s15
Type

Failure

Context

W303024

Action

None

Reason1

Upper pickup pickup sensor S15 malfunctioning

Cure1

check upper pickup pickup sensor S15

Reason2

Upper pickup module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD03

HC303025 : upperpickupmodule.s18
Type

Failure

Context

W303025

Action

None

Reason1

Upper pickup passed sensor S18 malfunctioning

Cure1

check upper pickup passed sensor S18

Reason2

Upper pickup module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD03

MODULE : lowerpickupmodule
Elabel : Yes

HC304000 : lowerpickupmodule.film.pickupposition
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Lower input jam

Cure

Remove lower input jam

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC304001 : lowerpickupmodule.film.bendposition
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Lower input jam

Cure

Remove lower input jam

HC304002 : lowerpickupmodule.film.homeposition
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Lower input jam

Cure

Remove lower input jam

HC304003 : lowerpickupmodule.film.vacuum
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason1

Lower input jam

Cure1

Remove lower input jam

Reason2

vacuum system failing

Cure2

clean vacuum tubes , filter , vacuum cups ......

Reason3

Lower pickup module defect

Cure3

Replace

Part

vacuum pump

HC304004 : lowerpickupmodule.filmpickup
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Lower input jam

Cure

Remove lower input jam

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC304005 : lowerpickupmodule.s19.low
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Lower input jam

Cure

Remove lower input jam

HC304006 : lowerpickupmodule.s19.high
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal jam

Cure

Remove internal jam

HC304007 : lowerpickupmodule.pickup.skew
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Lower input jam

Cure

Remove lower input jam

HC304008 : lowerpickupmodule.tphalign
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Lower input jam

Cure

Remove lower input jam

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC304009 : lowerpickupmodule.film.align
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Lower input jam

Cure

Remove lower input jam

HC304010 : lowerpickupmodule.homeposition
Type

Failure

Context

W304010

Action

None

Reason

Lower pickup homing failed accidently

Cure

Self resolving accident

HC304011 : lowerpickupmodule.thpositioning
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Lower input jam

Cure

Remove lower input jam

HC304012 : lowerpickupmodule.elabel.present
Type

Failure

Context

W304012

Action

None

Reason1

Lower pickup elabel not connected

Cure1

Connect lower pickup elabel

Reason2

Lower pickup Elabel defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD04

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC304013 : lowerpickupmodule.elabel.config
Type

Failure

Context

W304013

Action

None

Reason

Lower pickup elabel defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD04

HC304014 : lowerpickupmodule.connected
Type

Failure

Context

W304014

Action

None

Reason1

XS4 disconnected

Cure

Connect XS4

Reason

lower pickup module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD04

HC304015 : lowerpickupmodule.working
Type

Failure

Context

W304015

Action

None

Reason1

Lower pickup module defect

Cure1

Replace

Part

MOD04

Reason2

Film wrinkled in upper tray

Cure2

Remove wrinkled film

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC304016 : lowerpickupmodule.passed.high
Type

Failure

Context

W304016

Action

None

Reason1

Lower pickup past sensor jammed

Cure1

Free lower pickup past sensor

Reason2

Lower pickup past sensor defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD04

HC304021 : lowerpickupmodule.m6.connection
Type

Failure

Context

W304021

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Lower pickup motor not connected

Cure1

connect lower pickup motor

Reason2

Lower pickup module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD04

HC304022 : lowerpickupmodule.m6.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E304022

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Lower pickup module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD04

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC304023 : lowerpickupmodule.s16
Type

Failure

Context

W304023

Action

None

Reason1

Lower pickup home sensor S16 malfunctioning

Cure1

check lower pickup home sensor S16

Reason2

Lower pickup module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD04

HC304024 : lowerpickupmodule.s17
Type

Failure

Context

W304024

Action

None

Reason1

Lower pickup pickup sensor S17 malfunctioning

Cure1

check lower pickup pickup sensor S17

Reason2

Lower pickup module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD04

HC304025 : lowerpickupmodule.s19
Type

Failure

Context

W304025

Action

None

Reason1

Lower pickup passed sensor S19 malfunctioning

Cure1

check lower pickup passed sensor S19

Reason2

Lower pickup module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD04

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DD+DIS033.07E

MODULE : thmodule
Elabel : Yes

HC305000 : thmodule.high
Type

Defect

Context

E305000

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Coolingfan defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD16

HC305001 : thmodule.thpos.fail
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal jam

Cure

Resolve jam

HC305002 : thmodule.thermalheadheater
Type

Failure

Context

W305002

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P3 on PSU not connected

Cure1

Connect P3 on PSU

Reason2

Connectors P2 and P3 on OSB not connected

Cure2

Connect connectors P2 and P3

Reason3

Connectors P6 on OSB not connected

Cure3

Connect connector P6

Reason4

Connector XS6 on heater not connected

Cure4

Connect connector XS6

Reason5

Sensor S12 defect

Cure5

Replace MOD04

Reason6

PSU defect

Cure6

Replace

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DD+DIS033.07E

Part

MOD09

Reason7

TH defect

Cure7

Replace

Part

MOD05

HC305003 : thmodule.elabel.present
Type

Failure

Context

W305003

Action

None

Reason1

TH Elabel not connected

Cure1

Connect TH elabel

Reason2

Elabel defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD05

HC305004 : thmodule.elabel.config
Type

Failure

Context

W305004

Action

None

Reason

Elabel defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD05

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC305005 : thmodule.device.current
Type

Defect

Context

E305005

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P3 on PSU not connected

Cure1

Connect P3 on PSU

Reason2

Connectors P2 and P3 on OSB not connected

Cure2

Connect connectors P2 and P3

Reason3

Connectors P3 on TH not connected

Cure3

Connect connector P3 on TH

Reason4

Connector P2 on TH not connected

Cure4

Connect connector P2 on TH

Reason5

Connector P1 on TH not connected

Cure5

Connect connector P1 on TH

Reason6

Connector P43 on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) not connected

Cure6

Connect connector P43 on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius)

Reason7

PSU defect

Cure7

Replace

Part

MOD09

Reason8

OSB defect

Cure8

Replace

Part

OSB

Reason9

TH defect

Cure9

Replace

Part

MOD05

HC305006 : thmodule.powerlogic
Type

Defect

Context

E305006

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P3 on PSU not connected

Cure1

Connect P3 on PSU

Reason2

Connectors P2 on TH not connected

Cure2

Connect connector P2

Reason3

Connector P1 on TH not connected

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DD+DIS033.07E

Cure3

Connect connector P1 on TH

Reason4

Connector P43 on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) not connected

Cure4

Connect connector P43 on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius)

Reason5

PSU defect

Cure5

Replace

Part

MOD09

Reason6

OSB defect

Cure6

Replace

Part

OSB

Reason7

TH defect

Cure7

Replace

Part

MOD05

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC305007 : thmodule.headvoltageactuator
Type

Defect

Context

E305007

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P3 on PSU not connected

Cure1

Connect P3 on PSU

Reason2

Connectors P2 and P3 on OSB not connected

Cure2

Connect connectors P2 and P3

Reason3

Connectors P3 on TH not connected

Cure3

Connect connector P3 on TH

Reason4

Connector P2 on TH not connected

Cure4

Connect connector P2 on TH

Reason5

Connector P1 on TH not connected

Cure5

Connect connector P1 on TH

Reason6

Connector P43 on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) not connected

Cure6

Connect connector P43 on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius)

Reason7

PSU defect

Cure7

Replace

Part

MOD09

Reason8

OSB defect

Cure8

Replace

Part

OSB

Reason9

TH defect

Cure9

Replace

Part

MOD05

HC305008 : thmodule.osb.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E305008

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

P1 on OSB not connected

Cure1

Connect P1 on OSB

Reason2

P1 on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) not connected

Cure2

Connect P1 on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius)

Reason3

OSB defect

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DD+DIS033.07E

Cure3

Replace

Part

OSB

HC305009 : thmodule.thermalheadheating
Type

Failure

Context

W305009

Action

SeeManual

Reason

TH module heater defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD05

HC305010 : thmodule.voltage.low
Type

Failure

Context

W305010

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Serial connection to powersupply fails

Cure1

power down the printer, and power up again

Reason2

PSU module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD09

Reason3

TH module defect

Cure3

Replace

Part

MOD05

IMPORTANT:
This fault may have following additional reason and cure:
Reason: Film Calibration files corrupted.
Cure: Reset the calibration data for the film calibration of the upper and lower tray,
followed by a film calibration for both trays.

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC305011 : thmodule.thinstall
Type

Defect

Context

05

Action

Replace

Reason

TH data is not loaded properly

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD05

HC305012 : thmodule.resolution
Type

Defect

Context

E305012

Action

SeeManual

Reason

TH has the wrong resolution for this printer OR this software is installed on
the wrong printer

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD05

HC305021 : thmodule.device.thermistors
Type

Defect

Context

05

Action

Replace

Reason1

Connector P3 on PSU not connected

Cure1

Connect P3 on PSU

Reason2

Connectors P2 on TH not connected

Cure2

Connect connector P2

Reason3

Connector P1 on TH not connected

Cure3

Connect connector P1 on TH

Reason4

Connector P43 on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) not connected

Cure4

Connect connector P43 on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius)

Reason5

TH defect

Cure5

Replace

Part

MOD05

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

MODULE : outputmodule
Elabel : Yes

HC306000 : outputmodule.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E306000

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

XS2 not connected

Cure1

Connect XS2

Reason2

XS3 not connected

Cure2

Connect XS3

HC306001 : outputmodule.cdm.init
Type

Failure

Context

W306001

Action

None

Reason

Output module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD06

HC306002 : outputmodule.intensity.scan
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal film jam

Cure

Remove film jam

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC306003 : outputmodule.outputsensor.hi
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Output film jam

Cure

Remove film jam

HC306004 : outputmodule.printingFail
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason1

Internal film jam

Cure1

Remove film jam

Reason2

S18 or S19 is sticking

Cure2

replace this upper or lower tray

HC306005 : outputmodule.film.scan
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal film jam

Cure

Remove jam

HC306006 : outputmodule.outputSensor.lo
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal film jam

Cure

Remove film jam

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC306007 : outputmodule.outputorscan.fail
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal film jam

Cure

Remove film jam

HC306008 : outputmodule.outputhome.fail
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal film jam

Cure

Remove film jam

HC306009 : outputmodule.cdmhome.fail
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal film jam

Cure

Remove film jam

HC306010 : outputmodule.elabel.present
Type

Failure

Context

W306010

Action

None

Reason1

Output elabel not connected

Cure1

Connect output elabel

Reason2

Output elabel defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD06

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC306011 : outputmodule.elabel.config
Type

Failure

Context

W306011

Action

None

Reason

Output elabel defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD06

HC306012 : outputmodule.cdm.home
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

CDM homing accidently failed

Cure

Self resolving accident

HC306013 : outputmodule.home
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason1

Output homing accidently failed

Cure1

Self resolving accident

Reason2

Output module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD06

HC306014 : outputmodule.cdminstall
Type

Failure

Context

W306014

Action

None

Reason

CDM needs calibration

Cure

Calibrate CDM

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC306015 : outputmodule.intensity.unstable
Type

Failure

Context

W306015

Action

None

Reason

CDM intensity is unstable

Cure

Replace CDM module MOD06

HC306020 : outputmodule.working
Type

Defect

Context

06

Action

Replace

Reason

Output module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD06

HC306021 : outputmodule.m4.connection
Type

Defect

Context

E306021

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Output motor not connected

Cure1

connect output motor

Reason2

Output module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD06

HC306022 : outputmodule.m4.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E306022

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Output module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD06

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC306023 : outputmodule.cdm.m5.connection
Type

Defect

Context

E306023

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

CDM motor not connected

Cure1

connect CDM motor

Reason2

Output module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD06

HC306024 : outputmodule.cdm.m5.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E306024

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Output module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD06

HC306025 : outputmodule.s5
Type

Defect

Context

06

Action

Replace

Reason

Output module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD06

HC306026 : outputmodule.s6
Type

Defect

Context

06

Action

Replace

Reason

Output module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD06

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC306027 : outputmodule.cdm.s10
Type

Defect

Context

06

Action

Replace

Reason

Output module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD06

HC306028 : outputmodule.cdm.working
Type

Defect

Context

06

Action

Replace

Reason

Output module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD06

MODULE : drumdrivemodule
Elabel : No

HC307001 : drumdrivemodule.m1.connection
Type

Defect

Context

E307001

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

M1 not connected

Cure1

Connect M1

Reason2

Drum drive module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD07

IMPORTANT:
This fault may have following additional reason and cure:
Reason: Ambient temperature too low when switching on the printer.
Cure: Ensure that ambient temperature is within specifications (+15 C to +30 C)

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC307002 : drumdrivemodule.s9
Type

Defect

Context

E307002

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

S9 not connected

Cure1

Connect S9

Reason2

Drum drive module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD07

HC307004 : drumdrivemodule.move
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Drum drive move failed accidently

Cure

Selfresolving accident

HC307020 : drumdrivemodule.working
Type

Defect

Context

07

Action

Replace

Reason

Drum drive module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD07

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC307021 : drumdrivemodule.m1.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E307021

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Drum drive module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD07

MODULE : devilmodule
Elabel : Yes

HC308000 : devilmodule.dsh.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E308000

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P9 not connected

Cure1

Connect P9

Reason2

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308001 : devilmodule.psu.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E308001

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P15 not connected

Cure1

Connect P15

Reason2

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD08

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC308002 : devilmodule.keypad.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E308002

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P8 not connected

Cure1

Connect P8

Reason2

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308003 : devilmodule.th.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E308003

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P43 not connected

Cure1

Connect P43

Reason2

Connector P1 on TH not connected

Cure2

Connect P1 on TH

Reason3

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure3

Replace

Part

MOD08

Reason4

TH defect

Cure4

Replace

Part

MOD05

IMPORTANT:
This fault may have following additional reason and cure:
Reason: Ambient temperature too low when switching on the printer.
Cure: Ensure that ambient temperature is within specifications (+15 C to +30 C)

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC308004 : devilmodule.p21.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E308004

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P21 not connected

Cure1

Connect P21

Reason2

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308005 : devilmodule.p20.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E308005

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P20 not connected

Cure1

Connect P20

Reason2

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308006 : devilmodule.p41.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E308006

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P41 not connected

Cure1

Connect P41

Reason2

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD08

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC308007 : devilmodule.p40.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E308007

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P40 not connected

Cure1

Connect P40

Reason2

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308008 : devilmodule.p1.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E308008

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P1 not connected on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius)

Cure1

Connect P1 on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius)

Reason2

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308009 : devilmodule.elabel.present
Type

Failure

Context

W308009

Action

None

Reason1

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) Elabel not connected

Cure1

Connect MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) elabel

Reason2

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) Elabel defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD08

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC308010 : devilmodule.elabel.config
Type

Failure

Context

W308010

Action

None

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) Elabel defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308011 : devilmodule.power.3v3
Type

Defect

Context

E308011

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure1

Replace

Part

MOD08

Reason2

PSU module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD09

HC308012 : devilmodule.power.12v
Type

Defect

Context

E308012

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure1

Replace

Part

MOD08

Reason2

PSU module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD09

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC308013 : devilmodule.power.n12v
Type

Defect

Context

E308013

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure1

Replace

Part

MOD08

Reason2

PSU module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD09

HC308014 : devilmodule.power.24v
Type

Defect

Context

E308014

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure1

Replace

Part

MOD08

Reason2

PSU module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD09

HC308015 : devilmodule.power.actuator
Type

Defect

Context

E308015

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure1

Replace

Part

MOD08

Reason2

PSU module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD09

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC308016 : devilmodule.headvoltage
Type

Defect

Context

E308016

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P1 not connected on TH

Cure1

Connect P1 on TH

Reason2

Connector P43 not connected on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius)

Cure2

Connect P43 on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius)

Reason3

Connector P3 not connected on MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius)

Cure3

Connect P3 on PSU

Reason4

PSU module defect

Cure4

Replace

Part

MOD09

Reason5

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure5

Replace

Part

MOD08

Reason6

TH module defect

Cure6

Replace

Part

MOD05

HC308017 : duplicate.ipaddress
Type

Failure

Context

W308017

Action

None

Reason

IP adress already in use

Cure

Change IP adress

HC308018 : disk.space
Type

Failure

Context

W308018

Action

None

Reason

Harddisk full

Cure

Call service

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC308019 : devilmodule.sn.mismatch
Type

Defect

Context

E308019

Action

SeeManual

Reason

SN mismatch

Cure

Call service

HC308020 : devilmodule.power.sensor
Type

Defect

Context

E308020

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure1

Replace

Part

MOD08

Reason2

PSU module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD09

HC308021 : devilmodule.p42.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E308021

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector P42 not connected

Cure1

Connect P42

Reason2

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD08

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC312000 : tyndall.temperature
Type

Defect

Context

E312000

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Ambient temperature too high what could be caused by continuous printing


in an already warm environment or the environment temperature is just too
high

Cure1

If caused by continuous printing , this can be cured by waiting until


temperature comes down ; otherwise it has to be made sure that the
environment temperature comes down

Reason2

Cooling of MOD12 CPU board (Thanos or Tyndall) not efficient because of


blocked airflow

Cure2

Make sure that enough airflow is available for the MOD12 CPU board
(Thanos or Tyndall) by insuring that air inlets and outlets are completely
free

Reason3

Defect CPU on MOD12

Cure3

Replace

Part

MOD12

HC308024 : devilmodule.serialadc
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308025 : devilmodule.bitgenerator
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC308026 : devilmodule.m16
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308027 : devilmodule.fpga
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308028 : devilmodule.m2.driver
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308029 : devilmodule.m3.driver
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC308030 : devilmodule.m4.driver
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308031 : devilmodule.m5.driver
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308032 : devilmodule.f1.driver
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308033 : devilmodule.f2.driver
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

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Troubleshooting - Error Codes

DD+DIS033.07E

HC308034 : diagnose.completion
Type

Failure

Context

W308034

Action

None

Reason

Diagnose not complete

Cure

Reboot printer with closed trays and covers

HC308035 : devilmodule.m6.driver
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308036 : devilmodule.m7.driver
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308037 : devilmodule.m8.driver
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC308038 : devilmodule.m9.driver
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308039 : devilmodule.v1.driver
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC308040 : devilmodule.v2.driver
Type

Defect

Context

08

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD08 baseboard (Devil or Devius) module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD08

HC312020 : devilmodule.tyndall.cpuboard
Type

Defect

Context

12

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD12 cpu board (Thanos or Tyndall) defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD12

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC312021 : devilmodule.tyndall.serial
Type

Defect

Context

12

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD12 cpu board (Thanos or Tyndall) defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD12

HC312022 : devilmodule.tyndall.ethernet
Type

Defect

Context

12

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD12 cpu board (Thanos or Tyndall) defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD12

HC312023 : devilmodule.tyndall.portex
Type

Defect

Context

12

Action

Replace

Reason

Software problem

Cure

Reinstall software

HC312024 : devilmodule.tyndall.pci
Type

Defect

Context

12

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD12 cpu board (Thanos or Tyndall) defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD12

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC318020 : devilmodule.tyndall.ram
Type

Defect

Context

18

Action

Replace

Reason1

RAM defect

Cure1

Replace

Part

MOD18

Reason2

MOD12 cpu board (Thanos or Tyndall) defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD12

HC312025 : devilmodule.tyndall.clock
Type

Defect

Context

12

Action

Replace

Reason

MOD12 cpu board (Thanos or Tyndall) defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD12

MODULE : powersupplymodule
Elabel : Yes

HC309000 : powersupplymodule.temperature
Type

Defect

Context

E309000

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

PSU too hot

Cure1

Switch off printer and let it cool down

Reason2

PSU module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD09

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC309001 : powersupplymodule.elabel.present
Type

Failure

Context

W309001

Action

None

Reason1

PSU Elabel not connected

Cure1

Connect PSU elabel

Reason2

PSU module Elabel defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD09

HC309002 : powersupplymodule.elabel.config
Type

Failure

Context

W309002

Action

None

Reason

PSU module Elabel defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD09

HC309003 : powersupplymodule.powerth.current
Type

Defect

Context

E309003

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

TH power cables short circuited

Cure1

Check TH power cables

Reason2

TH module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD05

Reason3

PSU module defect

Cure3

Replace

Part

MOD09

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC309004 : powersupplymodule.powermotor.current
Type

Defect

Context

E309004

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Actuators power cables short circuited

Cure1

Check actuators power cables

Reason2

PSU module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD09

HC309005 : powersupplymodule.temperature.warning
Type

Failure

Context

W309005

Action

None

Reason

PSU temperature high

Cure

Cool down the PSU

HC309020 : powersupplymodule.powerth
Type

Defect

Context

09

Action

Replace

Reason

PSU module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD09

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC309022 : powersupplymodule.powermotor
Type

Defect

Context

09

Action

Replace

Reason1

Actuators power cables short circuited

Cure1

Check actuators power cables

Reason2

PSU module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD09

HC309024 : powersupplymodule.powerlogic
Type

Defect

Context

09

Action

Replace

Reason

PSU module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD09

HC309025 : powersupplymodule.power3v3
Type

Defect

Context

09

Action

Replace

Reason

PSU module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD09

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC309026 : powersupplymodule.power12v
Type

Defect

Context

09

Action

Replace

Reason

PSU module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD09

HC309027 : powersupplymodule.powern12v
Type

Defect

Context

09

Action

Replace

Reason

PSU module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD09

MODULE : displaykeypadmodule
Elabel : Yes

HC310000 : displaykeypadmodule.elabel.present
Type

Failure

Context

W310000

Action

None

Reason1

Display Elabel not connected

Cure1

Connect Display elabel

Reason2

Display Elabel defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD10

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC310001 : displaykeypadmodule.elabel.config
Type

Failure

Context

W310001

Action

None

Reason

Display Elabel defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD10

MODULE : inputsensormodule
Elabel : No

HC311000 : inputsensormodule.s4.flagproblem
Type

Failure

Context

W311000

Action

None

Reason

Internal jam, input sensor S4 isn't responding

Cure

Remove jam

HC311001 : inputsensormodule.s13.flagproblem
Type

Failure

Context

W311001

Action

None

Reason

Internal jam, input sensor S13 isn't responding

Cure

Remove jam

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC311002 : inputsensormodule.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E311002

Action

SeeManual

Reason

XS5 not connected

Cure

Connect XS5

HC311003 : inputsensormodule.s4
Type

Failure

Context

W311003

Action

None

Reason1

S4 not connected

Cure1

Connect S4

Reason2

S4 bracket module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD11

HC311004 : inputsensormodule.s13
Type

Failure

Context

W311004

Action

None

Reason1

S13 not connected

Cure1

Connect S13

Reason2

S4 bracket module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD11

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC311005 : inputsensormodule.sensors
Type

Failure

Context

W311005

Action

None

Reason

one of the inputsensors is not functioning

Cure

Remove jam

HC311020 : inputsensormodule.working
Type

Defect

Context

11

Action

Replace

Reason

S4 bracket module is defective

Cure

Power off printer and replace

Part

MOD10

MODULE : camdrivemodule
Elabel : No

HC313000 : camdrivemodule.home
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal jam

Cure

Remove internal jam

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC313001 : camdrivemodule.m2.connection
Type

Defect

Context

E313001

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Motor M2 not connected

Cure1

Connect motor M2

Reason2

Cam shaft module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD13

HC313002 : camdrivemodule.s7
Type

Defect

Context

E313002

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Sensor S7 not connected

Cure1

Connect sensor S7

Reason2

Cam shaft module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD13

HC313020 : camdrivemodule.working
Type

Defect

Context

13

Action

Replace

Reason

Cam shaft module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD13

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC313021 : camdrivemodule.m2.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E313021

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Cam shaft module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD13

MODULE : gearboxmodule
Elabel : No

HC314000 : gearboxmodule.home
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal jam

Cure

Remove internal jam

HC314001 : gearboxmodule.pickup.passed
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal jam

Cure

Remove internal jam

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC314002 : gearboxmodule.takeover.film.close
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal jam

Cure

Remove internal jam

HC314003 : gearboxmodule.film.inputsensors
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Internal jam

Cure

Remove internal jam

HC314004 : gearboxmodule.m8.connection
Type

Defect

Context

E314004

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Motor M8 not connected

Cure1

Connect motor M8

Reason2

Roller drive module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD14

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC314005 : gearboxmodule.s3
Type

Defect

Context

E314005

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Sensor S3 not connected

Cure1

Connect sensor S3

Reason2

Roller drive module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD14

HC314006 : gearboxmodule.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E314006

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector XS12 not connected

Cure1

Connect Connector XS12

Reason2

gearboxmodule drive module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD14

HC314020 : gearboxmodule.working
Type

Defect

Context

14

Action

Replace

Reason

Roller drive module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD14

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC314021 : gearboxmodule.m8.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E314021

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Roller drive module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD14

MODULE : suspensiondrivemodule
Elabel : No

HC315000 : suspensiondrivemodule.move
Type

Accidental

Context
Action

None

Reason

Suspension move (10 or 14 inch) failed accidently

Cure

Self resolving accident

HC315001 : suspensiondrivemodule.m3.connection
Type

Defect

Context

E315001

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Motor M3 not connected

Cure1

Connect motor M3

Reason2

Suspension drive module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD15

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC315002 : suspensiondrivemodule.s21
Type

Defect

Context

E315002

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Sensor S21 not connected

Cure1

Connect sensor S21

Reason2

Suspension drive module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD15

HC315003 : suspensiondrivemodule.s22
Type

Defect

Context

E315003

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Sensor S22 not connected

Cure1

Connect sensor S22

Reason2

Suspension drive module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD15

HC315004 : suspensiondrivemodule.connected
Type

Defect

Context

E315004

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Connector XS13 not connected

Cure1

Connect Connector XS13

Reason2

Suspension drive module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD15

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC315020 : suspensiondrivemodule.working
Type

Defect

Context

15

Action

Replace

Reason

Suspension drive module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD15

HC315021 : suspensiondrivemodule.m3.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E315021

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Suspension drive module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD15

MODULE : coolingfanmodule
Elabel : No

HC316000 : coolingfanmodule.thf1.connection
Type

Defect

Context

E316000

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Coolingfan not connected

Cure1

Connect coolingfan

Reason2

Coolingfan module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD12

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC316020 : coolingfanmodule.thf1.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E316020

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Coolingfan not connected

Cure1

Connect coolingfan

Reason2

Coolingfan module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD12

MODULE : pumpandvalvesmodule
Elabel : No

HC317000 : pumpandvalvesmodule.m9.connection
Type

Defect

Context

E317000

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

Motor M9 not connected

Cure1

Connect motor M9

Reason2

XS10 not connected

Cure2

Connect XS10

Reason3

Pump and valves module defect

Cure3

Replace

Part

MOD17

HC317001 : pumpandvalvesmodule.v1.connection
Type

Defect

Context

E317001

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

XS10 not connected

Cure1

Connect XS10

Reason2

Pump and valves module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD17

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC317002 : pumpandvalvesmodule.v2.connection
Type

Defect

Context

E317002

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

XS10 not connected

Cure1

Connect XS10

Reason2

Pump and valves module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD17

HC317020 : pumpandvalvesmodule.m9.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E317020

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Pump and valves module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD17

HC317021 : pumpandvalvesmodule.v1.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E317021

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Pump and valves module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD17

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DD+DIS033.07E

HC317022 : pumpandvalvesmodule.v2.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E317022

Action

SeeManual

Reason

Pump and valves module defect

Cure

Replace

Part

MOD17

MODULE : eboxfanmodule
Elabel : No

HC320000 : eboxfanmodule.eboxfan.connection
Type

Defect

Context

E320000

Action

SeeManual

Reason1

EBox fan module not connected

Cure1

Connect EBox fan module

Reason2

EBox fan module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD20

HC320020 : eboxfanmodule.eboxfan.shortcircuit
Type

Defect

Context

E320020

Action

SeeManual

Reason

EBox fan module defect

Cure2

Replace

Part

MOD20

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MODULE : bothtraysmodule
Elabel : No

HC321001 : pickupmodule.alltrays.disabled
Type

Defect

Context

E321001

Action

SeeManual

Reason

All inputtrays have detected a mallfunction

Cure

Check other active HC-codes to get detailed info

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Purpose of this document


This document lists the jumper settings of the printer and describes the meaning of the
LEDs on the different printed circuit boards.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes

1.0

10-2007

Initial Version

Referenced Documents
Document

Title

n.a.

n.a.

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Copyright 2007 Agfa HealthCare N.V.

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DD+DIS033.07E

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and
on the product.

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LIST OF CONTENTS

CODINGS .................................................................................................................................4
1.1

Jumper Setting 73 GB Maxtor Hard Disk..................................................................................4

1.2

Jumper Setting 73 GB Hitachi Hard Disk..................................................................................5

FUSES......................................................................................................................................6

LEDS ........................................................................................................................................6
3.1

DEVIL Board .............................................................................................................................7

3.2

THANOS Board (plugged onto the DEVIL Board) ....................................................................8

3.3

Power Supply ............................................................................................................................9

3.4

Front Panel..............................................................................................................................10

3.5

Rear panel...............................................................................................................................11

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Codings

1.1

Jumper Setting 73 GB Maxtor Hard Disk

1 J1

J3
1

12
18

536634BD.CDR

Figure 1

Jumper J1

Setting

Function

1-2

open

ID Bit 3

3-4

open

ID Bit 2

5-6

open

ID Bit 1

7-8

open

ID Bit 0

9-10

open

Not used

11-12

open

Termination Power
Table 1

Jumper J3

Setting

Function

1-2

open

ID Bit 3

3-4

open

ID Bit 2

5-6

open

ID Bit 1

7-8

open

ID Bit 0

9-10

open

Busy LED

11-12

open

Enable write protect

13-14

open

enable stagger spin

15-16

open

Enable delay spin

17-18

open

Force single ended bus mode


Table 2

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1.2

Jumper Setting 73 GB Hitachi Hard Disk


24
C3
12
1
C4
1
536634BC.CDR

Figure 2

Jumper C3

Setting

Function

1-2

open

ID Bit 3

3-4

open

ID Bit 2

5-6

open

ID Bit 1

7-8

open

ID Bit 0

9-10

open

Disable Autostart

11-12

open

Force single ended bus mode

13-14

open

Enable delayed start

15-16

open

Write Protect

17-18

open

Reserved

19-20

open

Reserved

21-22

open

LED

23-24

open

Term Power to SCSI bus


Table 3

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Jumper C4

Setting

Function

1-2

open

ID Bit 3

3-4

open

ID Bit 2

5-6

open

ID Bit 1

7-8

open

ID Bit 0

9-10

open

Not used

11-12

open

Write Protect
Table 4

Fuses
The printer has no fuses that can be replaced.
If one of the fuses in the power supply is defective, the whole Power supply unit must
be replaced - refer to section 3.5.

LEDs
The following tables show the status of the LED indications and the corresponding
function:

LED's on...

Refer to

DEVIL Board

3.1

THANOS Board

3.2

Power supply

3.3

Front Panel

3.4

Rear Panel

3.5

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DEVIL Board
Name

LED

Color

Function

(**) NTRAFFIC

D1

yellow

Network activity

(**) NGOOD_LINK

D2

yellow

Network connected

(**) 100MBit_speed

D3

yellow

High speed network

IMGCTRL_0

D4

yellow

Software controllable

+3V3

D5

green

+3.3V present

P_24V

D9

green

+24V present

+12V

D10

green

+12V present

IMGCTRL_CONFDONE D12

yellow

Off: FPGA config done.


ON: FPGA not configured

IMGCTRL_1

D13

yellow

Software controllable

UP_LED0

D14

yellow

Software controllable

UP_LED1

D15

yellow

Software controllable

(**) IDE_DASP

D16

yellow

IDE activity

12V

D17

green

-12V present

+5V

D18

green

+5V present

CP_ACTLED

D19

yellow

Disc activity controlled by


PORTEX

Legend : (**) are LEDs situated at the rear panel (refer to 3.5).

NOTE:
LEDs D6, D7, D8, D11 are not present.

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3.2

THANOS Board (plugged onto the DEVIL Board)


LED

Color

Function

LD1

yellow

FPGA LED1 - Software controllable

LD2

yellow

FPGA LED1 - Software controllable

LD3

yellow

FPGA LED1 - Software controllable

LD5

green

VCC supply voltage ok

LD6

green

3.3V supply voltage ok

LD8

green

1V8 supply voltage ok

LD9

green

1V8 DDR2 supply voltage ok

LD10

green

VCORE supply voltage ok

LD11

yellow

1V2 supply voltage ok

LD12

yellow

PCI Bus status

LD13

yellow

Fire Wire Link active

LD14

yellow

Fire Wire cable connected

LD15

yellow

CPU Bus active

LD16

red

OFF: FPGA configuration done


ON: FPGA NOT configured => ALARM

LD17

yellow

Software controllable

LD18

yellow

Software controllable

LD19

yellow

Software controllable

LD20

yellow

Software controllable

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3.3

Power Supply

536634ab.cdr

Figure 3

LED

Status

Color

Overtemp

On

Red

Off
+ 3.3 V

On

Green

Off
+5V

On
On

Green

On

Green

On

Green

On
Off

+12 V present
-12 V present
-12 V not present

Green

Off
13..27 V

+5 V present

+12 V not present

Off
+24 V

+3.3 V present

+5 V not present

Off
-12 V

Temperature inside power supply


exceeded permissible limits. Operation not
possible*.
Temperature inside power supply
within permissible limit.
+3.3 V not present

Off
+12 V

Function

+24 V present
+24 V not present

Green

voltage between 13 V and 27 V


voltage < 13 V

*When the temperature inside the power supply exceeds the permissible limit, printing
can continue for up to 120 seconds. After this delay the power supply switches off the
power and checks the temperature every 20 seconds. As soon as the temperature is
below the permissible limit, it switches on again.

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3.4

Front Panel
Led

Color

Function

D1

green

12V power present

D2..D25

green / red

See table below

D3

green

5V power present

Color

Light
Constant

Status

Receive Jobs ?

Printing possible ?

Ready

No

No

No

No

Receiving jobs

Yes

Yes

Calculating

Yes

Yes

Printing

Yes

Yes

Calibrating

Yes

No

Installation

No

No

Key-operator

Yes/No

Yes/No

Service mode

No

No

Film jam

Yes

No

Warning

Yes

Yes

Error status

No

No

(stand-by)
Startup
sequence

Green
Blinking

Red

Blinking

Constant

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3.5

Rear panel

536634aa.cdr

Figure 4

Name

Led

Color

Function

NTRAFFIC

D1

yellow

Network activity

NGOOD_LINK

D2

yellow

Network connected

1 GBit_speed

D3

yellow

High speed network

IDE_DASP

D16

yellow

IDE activity

Note: These LEDs are part of the DEVIL board (refer to 3.1).

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Publisher
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Copyright 2010 Agfa HealthCare N.V.
All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.
AGFA and the Agfa-Rhombus are trademarks of Agfa HealthCare N.V.

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and on
the product.

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Manufacturer
Agfa HealthCare N.V.
Publisher
Agfa-Gevaert HealthCare GmbH
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D - 81539 Mnchen
Germany
Copyright 2008 Agfa HealthCare N.V.
All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.
AGFA and the Agfa-Rhombus are trademarks of Agfa HealthCare N.V.

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and on
the product.

NOTE:
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LIST OF CONTENTS

ADJUSTMENTS .......................................................................................................................4
1.1

Horizontal Film Alignment Procedure .......................................................................................4

CALIBRATIONS .......................................................................................................................7
2.1

Film Calibration .........................................................................................................................8

2.2

CDM (Internal Densitometer) Calibration................................................................................10

2.3

Print Head (TH) Calibration.....................................................................................................12

2.4

Smart Profile Calibration .........................................................................................................14

2.5

Compliance Film Calibration as part of Afssaps / EUREF Calibration Procedure..................18

2.5.1

Checking the Densitometer Calibration ..................................................................................21

2.5.2

Checking the Densitometer Configuration in the Printer ........................................................21

2.5.3

Resetting the Compliance Film Calibration, Internal Densitometer Calibration and Thermal
Print Head Calibration.............................................................................................................22

2.5.4

Performing Internal Densitometer Calibration, Film Calibrations and Thermal Print Head
Calibration ...............................................................................................................................22

2.5.5

Performing a Density Reproduction Check.............................................................................27

2.5.6

Performing the Afssaps / EUREF Calibration Check..............................................................28

2.5.7

Performing a Compliance Film Calibration .............................................................................29

CHECKS.................................................................................................................................32
3.1

Density reproduction check.....................................................................................................32

3.2

Check for dust stripes / TPH Cleaning Procedure ..................................................................33

3.3

Resistor Check........................................................................................................................36

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Adjustments
Following adjustments have to be performed at the printer:

Adjustment
Horizontal
film
alignment

1.1
WHEN TO BE
PERFORMED

PURPOSE

To be done ....

Details see....

in case after TH replacement the blank left / right


frame on a SMPTE test image is < 1,5 mm for DT2B /
DT2C films or < 1 mm for DT 2 Mammo Films

1.1

Horizontal Film Alignment Procedure


The horizontal film alignment is necessary when:

The TPH has been replaced and

the blank frame at the left and right hand side on a SMPTE test image is
o

< 1,5 mm for DT2B / DT2C Films

< 1 mm for DT 2 Mammo Films.

Centering the image on the film: Compensate for mechanical tolerances of the
thermal head mounting.

REQUIRED TOOLS:
Ruler to measure in the range up to 15 mm
REQUIRED TIME:
10 min.

NOTE:
The horizontal film alignment can be performed via browser user interface or the local
keypad. The required time and proceeding is identical.
It can be performed at any film size.

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INSTRUCTIONS

Via Printer Browser User Interface


(1)

In the printer browser user interface select 'Service Engineer Tools'.

(2)

Select 'Enter Service Command Session'.

(3)

Select '6 Calibration - 4 Horizontal Alignment'.

(4)

Select 'upper tray' or 'lower tray': A test film as shown in Figure 1 will be
printed.

(5)

Measure the left and right blank border of the test film.

(6)

Enter the values in mm (typically approx. 10 mm) in the browser screen.

(7)

Select 'Accept Changes'.

Via Local Keypad


(1)

In the key-operator menu select menu '7 Service Actions'.

(2)

Select '6 Calibration - 4 Horizontal Alignment'.

(3)

Select 'upper tray' or 'lower tray': A test film as shown in Figure 1 will be
printed.

(4)

Measure the left and right blank border of the test film.

(5)

Enter the values in mm (typically approx. 10 mm) in the browser screen.

(6)

Select confirm.

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Measure the left clear border width:

Left white border

Value:

Measure the right clear border width:


Value:

mm

via local display

Right white border

mm

via Browser User Interface:

Measure left
white border
Welcome to this
DryStar AXYS

0.0 mm
Measure right
white border

Service - Calibration

0.0 mm

Horizontal alignment
Left white border 0.0
Right white border 0.0
Accept changes

(mm)
(mm)

Discard changes
536736ac.cdr

Figure 1

Verification:

Result:

(1)

On the local keypad select key-operator menu '3 Print Image - 1 Testimage
upper or lower tray - SMPTE_xxx.tif': An SMPTE test image will be printed.

(2)

Measure the left and right blank frame in print direction: It must be
o

1,5 mm for DT2B / DT2C Films

1 mm for DT 2 Mammo Films.

The horizontal film alignment procedure is performed.

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Calibrations
Following calibrations have to be performed at the printer:

Adjustment

To be done ....

Film calibration

During maintenance.

After replacement of the Thermal


print head (TPH).

During the troubleshooting


procedure.

When the density reproduction


check indicates to calibrate the
CDM.

During the troubleshooting


procedure.

During the troubleshooting


procedure.

During the TH cleaning procedure.


Refer to section 3.2 in this chapter.

During the troubleshooting


procedure.

In certain cases during


maintenance. Refer to section 9,
Maintenance.

May be required as last step of an


Afssaps / EUREF calibration
procedure for a Drystar AXYS
Mammo printer.

Internal densitometer
(CDM) calibration

Print Head (TH)


calibration

Smart Profile
Calibration

Compliance Film
Calibration

Details see....
2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.5

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2.1
WHEN TO BE
PERFORMED

PURPOSE

Film Calibration
The film calibration has to be performed in following cases:

Before Smart TH Profile Calibration. See section 2.4.

During the compliance film calibration. See section 2.5.

After TH replacement.

At least each 5000 films (adjustable maintenance action. Refer to chapter 9


Maintenance).

In case of a drift of the maximum density.

During the troubleshooting procedure.

Determination of the correlation between control of the thermal head and


corresponding densities on film.

REQUIRED TOOLS:
None
REQUIRED TIME:
10 min.

NOTE:
The film calibration is by default executed automatically at every 5th new film package:
This automatic film calibration can be activated/deactivated in the Key-operator menu
"1. Change settings - 5. Image quality - 1. General - select default for film calibration
(default = ON)". Also the calibration frequency (Default = every 5 film packs) can be
entered there.

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(1) Select in key-operator menu


'6 Calibration - 1 Film Calibration'.
(2) Select upper or lower input tray:
The calibration film as shown in
Figure 2 is printed and the
measured Dmax is shown.
INPUT TRAY:
FILM CALIBRATION OK
Dmax = 3.20 (XR310)
536701aa.cdr

Default densitometer
Measured Dmax

(3) Repeat film calibration for the


second input tray.
536336as.cdr

Figure 2
NOTE:
The calibration is successful, in case the measured Dmax is max. 2% different from
the target Dmax.
The target Dmax depends on the default densitometer which is configured in Keyoperator menu "2 Change Settings - 5 Image Quality - 1 General".
Refer to table below.
Example:
Selected default densitometer:
Measured Dmax DT2B:
Result:
Default
Densitometer

X-Rite 341
3.04 O.D.
Calibration successful

Target Dmax
DT2B

Target Dmax
DT2C

Target Dmax DT2


Mammo

X-Rite 310

3.20 O.D.

3.05 O.D.

3.80 O.D.

X-Rite 331

3.09 O.D.

2.93 O.D.

3.68 O.D.

X-Rite 341

3.05 O.D.

2.89 O.D.

3.65 O.D.

X-Rite 301

3.10 O.D.

2.88 O.D.

3.63 O.D.

MacBeth

3.10 O.D.

2.91 O.D.

3.68 O.D.

Gretag D200

3.05 O.D.

2.88 O.D.

3.63 O.D.

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2.2

CDM (Internal Densitometer) Calibration


NOTE:

WHEN TO BE
PERFORMED

PURPOSE

Only following densitometers can be used for the calibration: McBeth TR-924,
Gretag D200-2, X-Rite 301, X-Rite 310, X-Rite 331, X-Rite 341.

The densitometer must be calibrated with the calibration wedge of the


densitometer manufacturer according to the calibration procedure of the
densitometer manufacturer.

The calibration of the internal densitometer CDM via an external densitometer is


necessary when the density reproduction check for a specific material is not OK
after a film calibration.

During the troubleshooting procedure.

Adjust the CDM to another calibrated, external densitometer.

To compensate for CDM measurement drifts.

REQUIRED TOOLS:
One of following, calibrated densitometers: McBeth TR-924, Gretag D200-2, X-Rite
301, X-Rite 310, X-Rite 331, X-Rite 341.

INSTRUCTIONS

(1)

In the webpages - menu 'Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service Command


session' select '6. Calibration - 2. Internal densitometer calibration'.

(2)

Follow the instructions on the WebPages. Refer to Figure 3.

(3)

Enter the measured densities in the browser window.

(4)

Perform a film calibration. See 2.1.

(5)

Perform a density reproduction check. See 3.1.

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Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Calibration
1. Film Calibration
2. Internal Densitometer Calibration
3. Print Head Calibration
4. Horizontal Alignment
5. Smart Profile Calibration

Service - Calibration
Internal Densitometer Calibration
Select Densitometer
Macbeth TR924
Gretag
X-Rite 301
X-Rite 310

Go back

Start Calibration

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Go back

Reset Values

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Calibration
Internal Densitometer Calibration
Upper Tray
Lower Tray

536736ak.cdr

Internal Densitometer Calibration

SUCCEEDED
Enter below the measurements of the printer calibration sheet
Step Previous values
Step Previous values
0.24
0.24
00
0.25
01
0.25
0.25
0.31
02
0.26
03
0.30
0.55
0.95
04
0.54
05
0.94
1.45
1.97
06
1.43
07
1.96
2.49
2.99
08
2.50
09
3.00
3.15
2.80
10
3.18
11
2.80
2.28
1.75
12
2.28
13
1.71
1.20
0.72
14
1.17
15
0.71
0.38
0.26
16
0.37
17
0.26
0.24
0.24
18
0.25
19
0.25
Accept changes

Discard changes

Reset values

Figure 3

NOTE:
Always perform a Film calibration (refer to 2.1) and check the Density reproduction
(refer to 3.1) after a CDM calibration.

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2.3
WHEN TO BE
PERFORMED

Print Head (TH) Calibration

The Print Head Profile calibration is necessary whenever vertical stripes are not
longer acceptable:
Vertical stripes are unacceptable in case they are visible in the medical service
test image.

REQUIRED TOOLS:

INSTRUCTIONS

One of following, calibrated densitometers: McBeth TR-924, Gretag D200-2, XRite 301, X-Rite 310, X-Rite 331, X-Rite 341

Lint free cloth

Isopropyl - alcohol

(1)

Print the Medical service test image.

(2)

Clean the thermal head with a cleaning tissue lightly moistened with Isopropyl alcohol. The last cleaning action must be carried out in one way.

(3)

In the webpages - menu 'Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service Command


session' select '6. Calibration - 3. Print Head Calibration'.

(4)

Follow the instructions on the WebPages. Refer to Figure 4.

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Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Calibration
Thermal Printhead Calibration
Select Densitometer
Macbeth TR924
Gretag
X-Rite 301
X-Rite 310

Service - Calibration
1. Film Calibration
2. Internal Densitometer Calibration
3. Thermal Print Head Calibration
4. Horizontal Alignment
5. Smart profile calibration

Start Calibration

Go back

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Reset Values

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Calibration
Printhead Calibration

Succeeded

Upper Tray
Lower Tray
Select a 14" film for optimum quality

536736ag.cdr

Enter below the measurements of the printer calibration sheet


Step
Step
01 2.1
00 2.0
02 2.0
03 2.1
04 2.1
05 2.1
06 2.1
07 2.1
08 2.2
09 2.1
10 2.1
11 2.2
12 2.1
13 2.1
14 2.1
15 2.0
16 2.1
17 2.1
18 2.1
19 2.1
20 2.1
21 2.2
Accept changes

Field 1

Go back

Discard changes

Reset values

Field 21

Figure 4

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(5) Print the Medical service test


image.
(6) Check the print stripes in the
medical image.
If the vertical stripes are
acceptable, continue with next
step.
If the vertical stripes are still
unacceptable, but improved
with respect to the first printed
medical image, repeat the
procedure.
If the vertical stripes are still
unacceptable and not
improved with respect to the
first printed medical image
replace the Thermal Print
head (refer to Section 3.5).

Figure 5: Medical service test image

(7) Perform a Film calibration.


Refer to section 2.1.

NOTE:
With Print Head Calibration only macro TPH banding can be solved. Sharp and or
small (10 mm) discontinuities can not be solved by a Print Head Calibration.

2.4
WHEN TO BE
PERFORMED

PURPOSE

Smart Profile Calibration


The smart profile calibration has to be performed in following cases:

During the troubleshooting procedure.

In certain cases during maintenance. Refer to section 9, Maintenance.

Equalization of TH resistor drift in the area of 10" film black borders when printing in
mixed format conditions (mix of 10" and 14" print width).
A 14x17" film is required to perform this calibration.
66 densities have to be measured and to be entered in the browser screen.

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REQUIRED TOOLS:
Calibrated densitometer MacBeth TR-924, X-Rite 331, 341, X-Rite 301, X-Rite
310 or Gretag D200-2
Waterproof pen

REQUIRED TIME:
45 min.

(1) Perform a film calibration for this tray, where 14x17" films are available. See
section 2.1.
(2) Select in the browser menu
'Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service Command Session'.
(3) Select '6 Calibration - 5 Smart Profile Calibration'.
(4) Select the densitometer which will be used for measurement.
(5) Select the film tray with 14x17", 14x14 or 14x11 films: A test film as shown in
Figure 6 is printed.
(6) Measure the 66 squares on the printed film: Write down the values on the
foreseen squares on the film with a waterproof pen.

Figure 6
(7) Enter the values in the browser screen. See also Figure 7 and Figure 8.
IMPORTANT:
The browser screen where the 66 data are entered refreshes in a time interval of
4 minutes. If you are not finished with entering all data within 4 minutes, all entered
values will be reset to "0.00".
Workaround to avoid entering all data again: Press the back button in the browser.
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Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Calibration
1. Film Calibration
2. Internal Densitometer Calibration
3. Print Head Calibration
4. Horizontal Alignment
5. Smart profile calibration

Service - Calibration
Smart Profile Calibration
Select Densitometer
Macbeth TR924
Gretag
X-Rite 301
X-Rite 310
Start Calibration

Go back

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Go back

Reset Values

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Calibration
Smart Profile Calibration
Upper Tray
Lower Tray
Select the input tray with 14''x17'' film format

536736kk.cdr

Step
00 0.00
05 0.00
10 0.00
15 0.00
20 0.00
25 0.00
30 0.00
35 0.00
40 0.00
45 0.00
50 0.00
55 0.00
60 0.00
65 0.00

Smart Profile Calibration


Step
Step
Step
01 0.00
02 0.00
03 0.00
06 0.00
07 0.00
08 0.00
11 0.00
12 0.00
13 0.00
16 0.00
17 0.00
18 0.00
21 0.00
22 0.00
23 0.00
26 0.00
27 0.00
28 0.00
31 0.00
32 0.00
33 0.00
36 0.00
37 0.00
38 0.00
41 0.00
42 0.00
43 0.00
46 0.00
47 0.00
48 0.00
51 0.00
52 0.00
53 0.00
56 0.00
57 0.00
58 0.00
61 0.00
62 0.00
63 0.00

Accept changes

Discard all changes

Step
04 0.00
09 0.00
14 0.00
19 0.00
24 0.00
29 0.00
34 0.00
39 0.00
44 0.00
49 0.00
54 0.00
59 0.00
64 0.00

Reset values

Figure 7

Figure 8
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Verification:

(1)

In the browser screen select menu 'Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service
Command Session - 3 Print Image - 1 Testimage upper or lower tray* STI2.ZIP': The STI2 test image will be printed.

(2)

From the same menu print the medical_image.zip*


*IMPORTANT: Select the tray with 14" width films.

(3)

Check both images at the light box for dark stripes in the area of the 10" film
edge:
On the STI2 test image dark stripes may be visible in the area of the 10"
film edge.
On the medical test image no dark stripes may be visible in the area of the
10" film edge.

Figure 9

Result:

The smart profile calibration is performed.

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2.5

WHEN TO BE
PERFORMED

Compliance Film Calibration as part of Afssaps / EUREF Calibration


Procedure
The compliance film calibration may be required as last step of the Afssaps / EUREF*
calibration procedure for a DRYSTAR AXYS used for printing mammo images.
The Afssaps / EUREF compliance calibration procedure has to be performed in
following cases:

Before the Afssaps / EUREF mammo acceptance test.

Each 6 months, if the printer is under control of Afssaps / EUREF, and it did not
pass the Afssaps / EUREF calibration check (see section 2.5.6).

*Afssaps =
EUREF =

PREREQUISITE

Agence franaise de scurit sanitaire des produits de sant


European Reference Organisation for Quality Assured Breast Screening and
Diagnostic Services

1) The compliance film calibration is only


available for DRYSTAR AXYS
software 1.6.2_C1.
2) A TG18-PQC modified 4 image has
to be available on the modality.
The Test Pattern can be downloaded
from http://www.euref.org/.
Figure 10: TG18-PQC modified 4

PURPOSE

Make film calibration this accurate, that it passes the acceptance criteria as defined
by Afssaps / EUREF:
The default film calibration procedure is not necessarily accurate enough.

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REQUIRED TOOLS:
Service PC with network interface and browser Internet Explorer
Calibrated densitometer MacBeth TR-924, X-Rite 331, 341, X-Rite 301, X-Rite
310 or Gretag D200-2
Lint free cloth
Isopropyl - alcohol
Waterproof pen
Density reproduction check Excel sheets, available via MEDNET, GSO Library
Afssaps / EUREF Calibration Check Excel Sheet, available via MEDNET, GSO
Library
Connectivity Release Document for the corresponding modality to DRYSTAR
AXYS Mammo, available via MedNet HealthCare Library General Info
Connectivity & Application

REQUIRED TIME:
60 to 120 min.

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Overview of the Afssaps / EUREF calibration procedure:

Drystar AXYS Mammo calibration procedure for Afssaps/EUREF


Check calibration of densitometer. Details see section 2.5.1.
Perform densitometer
calibration acc. to densitometer
manufacturer instructions.

No

Densitometer
calibration ok?
YES

Check configured default densitometer. Details see section 2.5.2.

Used densitometer
= default densitometer
in the printer?

No

Adjust densitometer in 'Key-operator menu 2 Change settings 5 Image Quality


- 1 General settings'

YES
YES

Printer installation date


= today?
No

Reset CDM, TH, CFC calibrations. Details see section 2.5.3


Perform following calibrations. Details see section 2.5.4:
1. Film calibration for mammo trays (2 x)
2. CDM calibration
3. Film calibration for mammo trays (1 x)
4. Print Head calibration (1x)
5. Film calibration for mammo trays (2 x)
Perform density reproduction check (DRC). Details see section 2.5.5.
DRC ok?

No

YES
Print TG18 QPC pattern. Measure 18 density values.
Enter values in 'EUREF&AFSSAPS GSDF check.xls'. Details see 2.5.6.
No
Deviations < 10%?
YES

Perform CFC calibration.


Details see section 2.5.7.
Repeat up to 3 times
if required.

Finished
CFC_calibration_axys.cdr

Figure 11

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2.5.1

Checking the Densitometer Calibration


IMPORTANT:
The base for a successful Afssaps / EUREF calibration procedure is a perfectly
calibrated densitometer.
(1) Check the densitometer calibration as described in the densitomter user manual.
Example for X-Rite 341:

Insert calibrated step tablet (part of delivery).

Check density of step tablet area marked "CAL": This measurement should be
within +0.02D of the value marked on the step tablet.

(2) Calibrate the densitometer according to the instructions of the manufacturer if


required.
2.5.2

Checking the Densitometer Configuration in the Printer


(1)

Select key-operator menu 1 Show settings 3 Network/DICOM.

(2)

Write down the printer IP address.

(3)

Leave the key-operator menu.

(4)

Confirm that the printer is in ready state, i.e. no films are in the printer queue.

(5)

Disconnect the network cable at the wall side.

(6)

Connect the network cable to the service PC. See NOTE below.

(7)

Adapt the service PC network address if required. For details refer to chapter 3.2,
Tools, section Connection of the Service PC to the Printer.

(8)

Enter the printer IP address in the browser address window.

(9)

Select Service Engineer Tools.

(10) Select Enter service command session.


(11) Select menu 1 Show settings 4 Image Quality.
(12) Confirm, that the configured densitometer is the same like you are using for the
density measurements.
(13) If it is not the same densitometer, adjust it in menu 2 Change settings 4 Image
Quality 1 General.
NOTE:
Recent PC models autodetect the type of network connection: The standard network
cable can be used for connection between printer and PC.
For PC models which do not autodetect the type of network connection a crossed
network cable (EB+72010270 or commercially available) is required.
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2.5.3

Resetting the Compliance Film Calibration, Internal Densitometer Calibration and


Thermal Print Head Calibration
NOTE:
Resetting the Compliance Film Calibration, Internal Densitometer Calibration and
Thermal Print Head Calibration is required to be sure, that possibly wrong calibrations
from previous service interventions are deleted.
(1) In the service command session select 1 Show settings 2 Input Tray.
(2) Check, which tray is using DT2M film material.
(3) In the service command session select 6 Calibration 6 Compliance film
calibration 1 Reset compliance film calibration for upper tray or 2 Reset
compliance film calibration for lower tray. (depends on which film tray is using
DT2M film material).
If both trays contain DT2M film material, select both trays, one after another.
(4) Leave the service command session
(5) In the service tools page select Reset calibration data
(6) Select Default CDM and Default Profile. Note, that Default Profile button is not
available, if no Print Head Profile has been performed in the field yet.
(7) Leave the Reset calibration data screen.
NOTE:
After this action the printer will show warnings

HC302016 Lower tray needs film calibration - or

HC301016 Upper tray needs film calibration - and

HC306014 Printer needs CDM calibration

This problem will be solved in the next section.


2.5.4

Performing Internal Densitometer Calibration, Film Calibrations and Thermal


Print Head Calibration
NOTE:
The Internal Densitometer Calibration, Film Calibration and Thermal Print Head
Calibration is described in this chapter (3.6 Adjustments and Calibrations) in detail.
Here only a short description is given. For details refer to

2.2 CDM (Internal Densitometer) Calibration

2.1 Film Calibration

2.3 Print Head (TH) Calibration

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2.5.4.1

Performing Film Calibrations


NOTE:
The film calibration has to be performed two times for each tray, where DT2M films are
available.

(1) Select menu Service Engineer


Tools - Enter Service Command
session - 6 Calibration - 1 Film
Calibration.
(2) Select the input tray with DT2M
films: The calibration film as shown
in Figure 12 is printed and the
measured Dmax is shown.
INPUT TRAY:
FILM CALIBRATION OK
Dmax = 3.69 (XR310)
536736az.cdr

Default densitometer
Measured Dmax

Figure 12

(3) Repeat the film calibration a 2nd


time.
(4) Repeat the film calibration two
times for the second input tray, if it
keeps DT2M films, too.
2.5.4.2

Performing an internal Densitometer Calibration


(1) Select menu Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service Command session - 6.
Calibration - 2. Internal densitometer calibration.
(2) Follow the instructions on the browser pages. Refer to Figure 13.
See also NOTE below.
(3) Enter the measured densities in the browser window.
(4) Select Accept changes.
NOTE:
Use this tray for internal densitometer calibration, where DT2M films are available.

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Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Calibration
1. Film Calibration
2. Internal Densitometer Calibration
3. Print Head Calibration
4. Horizontal Alignment
5. Smart Profile Calibration

Service - Calibration
Internal Densitometer Calibration
Select Densitometer
Macbeth TR924
Gretag
X-Rite 301
X-Rite 310

Go back

Start Calibration

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Go back

Reset Values

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Calibration
Internal Densitometer Calibration
Upper Tray
Lower Tray

536736ak.cdr

Internal Densitometer Calibration

SUCCEEDED
Enter below the measurements of the printer calibration sheet
Step Previous values
Step Previous values
0.24
0.24
00
0.25
01
0.25
0.25
0.31
02
0.26
03
0.30
0.55
0.95
04
0.54
05
0.94
1.45
1.97
06
1.43
07
1.96
2.49
2.99
08
2.50
09
3.00
3.15
2.80
10
3.18
11
2.80
2.28
1.75
12
2.28
13
1.71
1.20
0.72
14
1.17
15
0.71
0.38
0.26
16
0.37
17
0.26
0.24
0.24
18
0.25
19
0.25
Accept changes

Discard changes

Reset values

Figure 13

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2.5.4.3

Performing a Film Calibration after the internal Densitometer Calibration


NOTE:
The film calibration after the internal densitometer calibration has to be performed one
time for each tray, where DT2M films are available.

(1) Select menu Service Engineer


Tools - Enter Service Command
session - 6 Calibration - 1 Film
Calibration.
(2) Select the input tray with DT2M
films: The calibration film as
shown in Figure 14 is printed and
the measured Dmax is shown.
INPUT TRAY:
FILM CALIBRATION OK
Dmax = 3.69 (XR310)
536736az.cdr

Default densitometer
Measured Dmax

Figure 14

(3) Repeat the film calibration for the


second input tray, if it keeps
DT2M films, too.
2.5.4.4

Performing a Print Head Calibration followed by two Film Calibrations


NOTE:
The print head calibration has to be performed 2 times, if films of width 10 and 14 are
available.

INSTRUCTIONS

(1) Clean the thermal head with a cleaning tissue lightly moistened with Isopropyl alcohol. The last cleaning action must be carried out in one way.
(2) In the browser pages - menu 'Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service Command
session' select '6. Calibration - 3. Print Head Calibration'.
(3) Follow the instructions on the browser pages. Refer to Figure 15. See
IMPORTANT note next page concerning tray selection.
(4) Perform two film calibrations for this tray, where DT2M films are loaded if both
trays keep DT2M film, perform it for both trays. Refer to section 2.5.4.1.

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IMPORTANT:

If the printer has 14x11 DT2 Mammo films loaded, select the tray with 14 film for
print head calibration.

If only 8x10 or 10x12 DT2 Mammo films are available, use the tray with 10 films
loaded.

If the printer uses 14 DT2B or DT2B films and 10 DT2 Mammo films, perform the
print head calibration first for the upper tray, then for the lower tray.

Welcome to this
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Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Calibration
Thermal Printhead Calibration
Select Densitometer
Macbeth TR924
Gretag
X-Rite 301
X-Rite 310

Service - Calibration
1. Film Calibration
2. Internal Densitometer Calibration
3. Thermal Print Head Calibration
4. Horizontal Alignment
5. Smart profile calibration

Start Calibration

Go back

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Reset Values

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Calibration
Printhead Calibration

Succeeded

Upper Tray
Lower Tray
Select a 14" film for optimum quality

536736ag.cdr

Enter below the measurements of the printer calibration sheet


Step
Step
01 2.1
00 2.0
02 2.0
03 2.1
04 2.1
05 2.1
06 2.1
07 2.1
08 2.2
09 2.1
10 2.1
11 2.2
12 2.1
13 2.1
14 2.1
15 2.0
16 2.1
17 2.1
18 2.1
19 2.1
20 2.1
21 2.2
Accept changes

Field 1

Go back

Discard changes

Reset values

Field 21

Figure 15

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2.5.5

Performing a Density Reproduction Check


NOTE:
Performing this step is a verification method for step Performing a Density
Reproduction Check. If the Density Reproduction Check is successful, the internal
densitometer calibration is OK.
(1) In the browser pages select menu "Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service
Command Session - 3 Print Image - 1 Test Image".
(2) Select the tray with DT2M films.
(3) Print out LinCheck.zip and measure the density of the eleven 100 % 0% fields
with a calibrated MacBeth TR-924, X-Rite 331, 341, X-Rite 301, X-Rite 310 or
Gretag D200-2 densitometer.
(4) To check linearity fill in measured values in the density reproduction check Excel
file. See Figure 16.
Select densitometer:

X-rite 341
4

Dmax = 365

Square Measured density Target density Density diff. Check


100%
21
21
0
0
90%
56
55,4
0,6
0
80%
91
89,8
1,2
0
Density Reproduction = OK
70%
127
124,2
2,8
0
No CDM calibration needed for Mammo
60%
161
158,6
2,4
0
50%
195
193
2
0
40%
229
227,4
1,6
0
30%
263
261,8
1,2
0
20%
298
296,2
1,8
0
10%
333
330,6
2,4
0
0%
368
365
3
0
When entering the measured density values the decimal point appears in a different spot, e.g. measured value = 0.23, value to enter = 23.0
Lower limit
0
-5
-7
-8
-9
-10
-11
-12
-12
-13
-13
-14
-14
-14
-15
-15
-15
-16
-16
-16
-16

Upper limit
0
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
14
15
15
15
16
16
16
16

Density difference LinCheck image DT2Mammo in DSAXYS

20
15

Density Difference

Density
0
30
45
60
75
90
105
120
135
150
165
180
195
210
225
240
255
270
285
300
315

film

X-rite 310
X-rite 331
X-rite 341
X-rite 301
Mac Beth TR924
Gretag D200-2

10
5
0

Lower limit
Upper limit
Density difference

-5
-10
-15
-20
0

100

200

300

400

Target Density

Figure 16
(5) After the measured values are filled in, the density reproduction is calculated
automatically.
(6) At the right hand side of the table is shown, whether the Density Reproduction is
ok or not. In case it is not ok you are requested to carry out a CDM calibration.

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2.5.6

Performing the Afssaps / EUREF Calibration Check


(1) Leave the service command session.
(2) Connect the printer network cable to the network outlet at the wall.
(3) Consult the connectivity release document for the modality connection to
DRYSTAR AXYS Mammo for the proper modality configuration to print the TG18PQC modified 4 test image.
(4) Print the TG18-PQC modified 4 test image from the modality.
(5) Measure the 18 density values and enter them in the Afssaps / EUREF
Calibration Check Excel sheet. See Figure 17.
deviation compared
to DICOM (%)
Step 2: Check, that deviation is < 10% for all values. If 1 (or more) value > = 10% go to S

EUREF/AFSSAPS GSDF check for printer

Step 1: Enter the measured values he


Laser:
Measured luminance values
testpattern
Luminance
JND
TG18-LN12-# p-value
L
j(L)
1
0
1,798105
98,486
2
240
3,831783 142,848
3
480
7,638348 193,970
4
720
13,07981 241,359
5
960
21,51446 291,079
6
1200
34,27055 342,479
7
1440
51,35702 390,683
8
1680
75,48349 439,328
9
1920
111,1691 490,605
10
2160
163,9521 544,108
11
2400
231,176
592,847
12
2640
333,7055 646,119
13
2880
470,959
697,023
14
3120
649,724
745,196
15
3360
917,3471 797,368
16
3600
1265,911 846,462
17
3840
1747,063 895,837
18
4080
2467,38
948,924

dL/L

deviation compared
to DICOM (%)

0,722
0,664
0,525
0,488
0,457
0,399
0,380
0,382
0,384
0,340
0,363
0,341
0,319
0,342
0,319
0,319
0,342

9,0
4,0
3,5
1,0
3,9
2,6
1,8
3,1
7,2
2,3
6,5
1,8
3,5
4,3
1,8
1,3
6,0

Result contrast response printer

DICOM 3.14 standard


testpattern
Luminance
TG18-LN12 p-value
L
1
0
1,80
2
240
4,17
3
480
8,07
4
720
14,11
5
960
23,09
6
1200
36,13
7
1440
54,76
8
1680
81,09
9
1920
117,99
10
2160
169,45
11
2400
240,90
12
2640
339,85
13
2880
476,63
14
3120
665,49
15
3360
926,13
16
3600
1285,79
17
3840
1782,24
18
4080
2467,38

JND
j(L)
98,486
148,511
198,537
248,563
298,589
348,614
398,640
448,666
498,692
548,718
598,743
648,769
698,795
748,821
798,846
848,872
898,898
948,924

dL/L

dL/L
+10%

dL/L
-10%

0,794
0,638
0,544
0,483
0,440
0,410
0,388
0,371
0,358
0,348
0,341
0,335
0,331
0,328
0,325
0,324
0,322

0,874
0,702
0,599
0,531
0,484
0,451
0,426
0,408
0,394
0,383
0,375
0,369
0,364
0,360
0,358
0,356
0,355

0,715
0,575
0,490
0,434
0,396
0,369
0,349
0,334
0,322
0,313
0,307
0,302
0,298
0,295
0,293
0,291
0,290

lineair relation between p-value and JN


a: 0,208441
b: 98,4856

1,000

Step # on TG18 imageMeasured OD LuminanceStep # in CFC calibration screen on printer


1
3,7
1,7981049
17
2
3,15
3,8317831
16
3
2,78
7,6383476
15
4
2,52
13,079807
14
5
2,29
21,514455
13
6
2,08
34,270551
12
7
1,9
51,357016
11
8
1,73
75,483485
10
9
1,56
111,16915
9
10
1,39
163,95211
8
11
1,24
231,17597
7
12
1,08
333,70551
6
13
0,93
470,95902
5
14
0,79
649,72404
4
15
0,64
917,34706
3
16
0,5
1265,9111
2
17
0,36
1747,0633
1
18
0,21
2467,38
0

Step 3: Enter these values in CFC* screen on print


Only required if deviation >= 10% (see step 2)
* CFC = Compliance Film Calibration

dL/L

left monitor
DICOM 3.14
+/- 10%

0,100
0

1000

2000

3000

4000

5000

p-values

Figure 17
(6) Check column Deviation compared to DICOM (%): All values have to be < 10%.
- If all values are < 10%, the procedure is finished.
- If one (or more) value(s) are 10 %, proceed with next section.
(7) Repeat this step for the other film tray, if the printer has two different DT2 Mammo
film formats loaded (e.g. 8x10 DT2 Mammo and 10x12 DT2 Mammo).

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2.5.7

Performing a Compliance Film Calibration


NOTE:
Performing this step is only required, if the column Deviation compared to DICOM
(%) for one (or more) value(s) is 10 %. Refer to section 2.5.6.
With this calibration the printer applies a correction on the current film calibration using
the DT2M film.
(1)

Re-connect the printer to the service PC via network cable.

(2)

In the service command session select 6 Calibration 6 Compliance film


calibration. The wizard as shown in Figure 18 will start.

(3)

Select 3 Proceed without resetting

(4)

Select proceed (the described steps you performed already neglect the
instructions in this screen) 3 .

(5)

Select the tray with DT2 Mammo films. If both trays keep DT2 Mammo films of
different format, perform the compliance film calibration for one tray, and repeat
it for the other tray 4 .

(6)

Select the configured densitometer. Refer to section 2.5.1

(7)

Select Start calibration.

(8)

Enter Dmin and Dmax measured during step 2.5.6 Performing the Afssaps /
EUREF Calibration Check 6 .

(9)

Leave Reflected ambient light and View Box Illumination values on default.

*.

(10) Select for number of steps: 18 (EUREF)


(11) Select Start calibration.
(12) Enter the values measured in step 2.5.6 Performing the Afssaps / EUREF
Calibration Check 7 . See IMPORTANT note below.
*

to

see Figure 18 page 31.

IMPORTANT:
The browser screen where the 18 data are entered refreshes in a time interval of
1 minute. If you are not finished with entering all data within 1 minute, all entered
values will be reset to default values.
Workaround to avoid entering all data again: Press the back button in the browser.

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(13) Leave the service command session.


(14) Repeat step 2.5.6 Performing the Afssaps / EUREF Calibration Check.

If this time all Deviation compared to DICOM (%) values are < 10%, the
Afssaps / EUREF calibration procedure is finished.

If one (or more) Deviation compared to DICOM (%) value(s) are 10%,
repeat steps 2.5.6 and 2.5.7 up to three times. See IMPORTANT note
below.

IMPORTANT:
If after three repetitions one or more Deviation compared to DICOM (%) values are
still 10%, start the complete procedure from scratch. Refer to section 2.5.

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Service - Calibration
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Service - Calibration
Compliance film calibration

Film calibration
Internal densitometer calibration
Thermal print head calibration
Horizontal alignment
Smart profile calibration
Compliance film calibration

1. Reset compliance film calibration for upper tray (8x10)


2. Reset compliance film calibration for lower tray (14x17)
3. Proceed without resetting
Go back

Go back

Service - Calibration
Compliance film calibration

Actions which must have taken place with the same tray and with the same film pack:
1. First film calibration.
2. Profile calibration.
3. Second film calibration.
4. Remove film pack in other tray(s).
5. Printed DICOM-image.
6. Measurement of the densities.

Service - Calibration
Compliance film calibration
1. Upper tray
2. Lower tray

Proceed
Go back

Go back

Service - Calibration
Compliance film calibration

Dmin:

Select densitometer:

Dmax:

Macbeth TR924
Gretag
X-Rite 301
X-Rite 310
Start calibration

Go back

Service - Calibration
Compliance film calibration
0.20
3.68

Reflected Ambient Light 1


View Box Illumination

4000

Number of steps:

18 (EUREF)

Reset values
Start calibration

Go back

Reset values

5367_SIB04_02.CDR

Service - Calibration
Compliance film calibration
Step Target values Measured values Step Target values Measured values
0.16
0.33
00
0.16
01
0.33
0.49
0.66
02
0.49
03
0.66
0.83
0.99
04
0.83
05
0.99
1.16
1.33
06
1.16
07
1.33
1.50
1.66
08
1.50
09
1.66
1.83
2.00
10
1.83
11
2.00
2.16
2.33
12
2.16
13
2.33
2.50
2.66
14
2.50
15
2.66
2.83
3.00
16
2.83
17
3.00
Start calibration

Go back

Reset values

Figure 18

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Checks
Following checks can be performed at the printer:

Adjustment

To be done ....

Density reproduction check

Details see....

During maintenance. Refer to


chapter 9, Maintenance.

3.1

During troubleshooting
procedure.

3.1

Check for dust stripes / TH


cleaning procedure

During troubleshooting
procedure.

3.2

Resistor check

During troubleshooting, to check


whether print stripes are caused
by the thermal head.

3.3

Density reproduction check


REQUIRED TOOLS:
Service PC with Density reproduction check files, available via MEDNET,
path 'GSO library - Hardcopy => General Hardcopy Info => General Services
Info => Application Info => Density Reproduction Check Excel Sheet'

PURPOSE:

With the density reproduction check the difference for a specific film type between
optical density defined in the sensitometric calibration file and the printed optical
density, measured with an external densitometer is checked.
This is a plausibility check for the CDM: In case the measured density values are out
of the specified range, the CDM requires a re-calibration.
This procedure must be carried out with every used film type:
(1) In the browser pages select menu "Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service
Command Session - 3 Print Image - 1 Test Image".
(2) Print out LinCheck.zip and measure the density of the eleven 100 % 0% fields
with a calibrated MacBeth TR-924, X-Rite 331, 341, X-Rite 301, X-Rite 310 or
Gretag D200-2 densitometer.
(3) To check linearity fill in measured values in the the density reproduction check
Excel file. See Figure 19.

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Select densitometer:

X-rite 3414

Dmax = 305

Square Measured density Target density Density diff. Check


100%
20
20
0
0
90%
46
48,5
-2,5
0
80%
74
77
-3
0
70%
102
105,5
-3,5
0
60%
130
134
-4
0
50%
158
162,5
-4,5
0
40%
186
191
-5
0
30%
215
219,5
-4,5
0
20%
244
248
-4
0
10%
270
276,5
-6,5
0
0%
300
305
-5
0
When entering the measured density values the decimal point appears in a different spot, e.g. measured value = 0.23, value to enter = 23.0

Density Reproduction =

OK

No CDM calibration needed for DT2B film

Lower limit
0
-3
-4
-5
-6
-7
-8
-9
-9
-9
-9
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-11
-11
-11
-11
-12

Upper limit
0
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
12

Density difference SMPTE image DT2B film DSAXYS


15
10

Density Difference

Density
0
30
45
60
75
90
105
120
135
150
165
180
195
210
225
240
255
270
285
300
315

X-rite 310
X-rite 331
X-rite 341
X-rite 301
Mac Beth TR924
Gretag D200-2

5
0

Lower limit
Upper limit
Density difference

-5
-10
-15
0

50

100

150

200

250

300

350

Target Density

Figure 19
(4) After the measured values are filled in, the density reproduction is calculated
automatically.
(5) At the right hand side of the table is shown, whether the Density Reproduction is
ok or not. In case it is not ok you are requested to carry out a CDM calibration.

3.2
TO BE
DONE

Check for dust stripes / TPH Cleaning Procedure

Whenever dust stripes seem to be present

During troubleshooting procedure.

(1)

Check the films for dust stripes as described in the flowchart of


Figure 20.

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TH cleaning
procedure

Dry TH cleaning
procedure

Print STI2 and


*
medicalimage test image.

Dismount TH.
No Okay. No
replacement
required

Vertical stripes
visible ?

Yes or in doubt
Clean TH with
Isopropyl alcohol
(wet cleaning).

Use ink eraser


for cleaning.
Refer to figure next page.
Clean TH with
Isopropyl alcohol
(wet cleaning).

Print STI2 test image.

Additional
vertical stripes
visible ?

Mount TH.

Yes

Clean TH with
Isopropyl alcohol
(wet cleaning).

No
Previous Stripes
still visible ?

Clean TH with
Isopropyl alcohol
(wet cleaning).

No

Okay. No
replacement
required.
Print STI2 test image.

Yes
Perform Resistor Check.

**
Yes

New vertical
stripes visible ?
No
Resistor Check okay ?

Replace TH.
No

Yes
Perform Dry TH
Cleaning Procedure.

Vertical
stripes visible ?

No

Okay. No
replacement
required.

No

Okay. No
replacement
required.

Yes
* Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service Command Session 3 Print Testimage 1 Test image - STI2.ZIP

Perform TH ***
profile calibration.

** browser service menu- 7 Test & Diagnose


6 Diagnose mechanics 5 Print Head Unit 3 Resistor Check
*** Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service Command session
select '6. Calibration - 3. Print Head Calibration

IMPORTANT:
Observe TH cleaning rules
described next page.

Stripes visible in
medical_image test
image ?
Yes
Replace TH.

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Figure 20
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Basic Rules for the TH Cleaning Procedure

The correct cleaning material:


o Wet cleaning:
Use a lint free cloth lightly moistened with isopropyl alcohol or a
cleaning issue.
For the isopropyl alcohol: less water in the alcohol is better. Water
can damage the thermal head. We recommend using a 90%
isopropyl alcohol.
o Dry cleaning: use the blue side of an ink eraser.
The cleaning actions:
o Wet cleaning: the last cleaning action must be carried out in one way!
o Dry cleaning:
Dismount the thermal head before dry cleaning.
Make a linear cleaning movement, parallel to the resistor line.
Refer to Figure 21.
General: do not push on the IC cover of the thermal head during cleaning.
TH resistor line

TH cross section
TH top view
Blue side

Ink eraser
e.g. Pelican
type BR40

536410cd.cdr

linear cleaning movement


parallel to TH resistor line

Figure 21: Usage of ink eraser for TH cleaning


IMPORTANT:
Instruct the customer, not to fill the input tray with dropped films or films coming from
jam clearances:

These re-inserted films can be contaminated with dust and fingerprints which
can result in image artifacts or a defective thermal head.

If the film is inserted the wrong way, the thermal head gets heavily
contaminated, what makes a service intervention necessary.

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3.3

Resistor Check

TO BE
DONE

Whenever film stripes in the film run direction seem to be caused by a defective
Thermal Print Head.

REQUIRED TOOLS:
Magnifying glass 8x (CM+9.9579.9904.0)

REQUIRED TIME:
15 minutes

PURPOSE:

With the resistor check it is possible to check if line artifacts are caused by an
electrical problem or by dirt on the thermal head. If the resistor check fails its not
necessary to perform a dry cleaning: The Print Head can be replaced right away.
The resistor check is performed in 2 (or more) steps:
1) A rough resistor measurement of all the resistor values. If large resistor drifts
show up, a message will show up to replace the Print Head.
2) A fine resistor measurement in one of 44 predefined areas of the image (see
Figure 22): The Service Engineer can enter this area at the printer, where he
suspects a defective resistor due to a line in print direction. If certain resistor
values in this specified region are out of range, a message will show up to
replace the Print Head.
3) This fine resistor measurement can be repeated for each suspected area.

How?

(1) Go to the

browser service menu "7 Service Actions - 6 Resistor Check" or

local keypad key-operator menu 7 Service Actions - 5 Resistor Check.

(2) Follow the instructions on the screen.

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Figure 22: Print Head resistor check test film

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Purpose of this Document


This document lists the menus for service of the printer.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes

1.0

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Initial version

Referenced Documents
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Title

n.a.

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WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and
on the product.

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LIST OF CONTENTS

PRINTER CONTROLS .............................................................................................................4


1.1

Controls at the local Keypad .....................................................................................................5

KEY-OPERATOR MENU VIA LOCAL KEYPAD ......................................................................6

KEY-OPERATOR BROWSER PAGES ....................................................................................7

SERVICE BROWSER PAGES ...............................................................................................11

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Printer Controls
1

2
6

3
4
5
1

Power/Reset button

Display

Keyboard - details see next page

Status indicator LED

Film input tray

Film output tray


5367_100_3702.cdr
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The status indicator LED

At the right side of the display, a LE D indicates the status of the Drystar Axys.
Color

Light
Constant

Green

Blinking

Blinking

Status

Ready (standby)

Receive
jobs?

Printing
OK?

Yes

Yes

Startup sequence

No

No

Receiving jobs

Yes

Yes

Action

Proceed.

Calculating

Yes

Yes

Printing

Yes

Yes

Wait.

Calibrating

Yes

No

Installation

No

No

Key-operator

Yes/No

Yes/No

Service mode

No

No

Input tray empty

Yes

Yes/No

Refer to
User / Reference
Manual

Film jam

Yes

No

Refer to
User / Reference
Manual

Warning

Yes

Yes

Refer to
User / Reference
Manual

Error status

No

No

Refer to
Section
Troubleshooting

Proceed with
the activity.

Red

Constant

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1.1

Controls at the local Keypad

The control buttons

Power / Reset
button

To power on or off the printer.


To reset the printer.
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Keypad keys:
Keyoperator key

To access the advanced functions of the Keyoperator mode. Refer to next page.

Escape key

To quit the current function or exit a menu without


saving modifications.

Confirm key

(In Key-operator mode)


To select a menu;
To accept an entry in a menu.

Up key

To move the cursor to the previous entry field.


To scroll upwards.
To increment the number in a(n) (alpha)numerical
entry field.

Down key

To move the cursor to the next entry field.


To scroll downwards.
To decrement the number in a(n)
(alpha)numerical entry field.

Left key

To scroll backwards through multiple choices


within a field.
To move the entry position in a(n)
(alpha)numerical entry field from right to left.
To toggle between values in a field.

Right key

To scroll forwards through multiple choices within


a field.
To move the entry position in a(n)
(alpha)numerical entry field from left to right.
To toggle between values in a field.

"

All keys (except the Key-operator key) have a LED that is lit when the key
is valid in a certain condition.

"

Press and hold down an arrow key to scroll quickly through a list
or a menu.

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Key-Operator Menu via local keypad


=
=

Show settings

General
Upper input tray
Lower input tray
Network(DICOM)
Image quality
Logical printers

Based on SW Rel. 1,6


General
Other...

Time and date


Language
Beep on empty tray

Installed datasets

Change settings

General
Upper Input tray

Film view

Lower Input tray


Network(DICOM)
Image quality
Film view

Print image

Test image
From CF-Card
Printer AE-title

Save configuration

General

Hostname

NETWORK only

Domain name
Printer IP-address

Restore configuration

General
NETWORK only

Netmask
Router IP-address
Remove modality
Add modality

Calibration

Film calibration
Clean therm. head
General setting
Per modality setting

Service actions

Error messages
Warning messages

SMPTE
Etc...

Repair history

Quality Control

Maintenance

Show open and update

Resistor Check

Show closed items

Print infocounters

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Horizontal Alignment

Installation

From CF-Card
Printer installation

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Key-Operator Browser Pages


Welcome to this
DryStar AXYS printer

Prompt
Enter Password
drystar

Operator tools
Key-operator tools

******

Service engineer tools

OK

Cancel

Specialist tools
Security Tools
HELP

Welcome to this
DryStar AXYS printer

HOME

KEY OPERATOR TOOLS


Remote sessions

Welcome to this
DryStar AXYS printer

Enter key-operator command session


Release remote command session

Welcome to this
DryStar AXYS printer

Please wait while the printer is initializing


for Remote Session...

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Key-Operator - Main
1. Show settings
2. Change settings
3. Print image
4. Save configuration
5. Restore config.
6. Calibration
7. Service actions
8. Quality Control
9. Installation
leave remote session

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Key-Operator - Show settings


1. General
2. Input tray
3. Network (DICOM)
4. Image quality
5. Logical Printers
6. Installed datasets

Key-Operator - Change settings


1. General
2. Input tray
3. Network (DICOM)
4. Image quality

Welcome to this
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Key-Operator - Print Image


1. Test Image
2. From Printer Flash Card
3. From Remote Computer

see page 9

2.3

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Go back

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Key-Operator - Restore configuration


1. From CF-Card
2. From Remote Computer
3. Frm dd/mm/yy hh:mm

Go back

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Key-Operator - Service actions


1. Error Messages
2. Warning Messages
3. Repair history
4. Maintenance
5. Resistor Check
6. Print infocounters
7. Horizontal alignment
Go back

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Key-Operator - Calibration
1. Film Calibration
2. Therm. Head clean

Go back

2.2

Key-Operator - Save configuration


1. To Printer Flash Card
2. To this Computer

3.1

Go back

2.1

2.4

Go back

Go back

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Key-Operator - Quality Control


1. Quality Control

7.1

8.1

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Key-Operator - Installation
1. New Software Installation
2. Printer Installation Wizard

9.1

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2.2

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Key-Operator - Change input tray settings

Key-Operator - Change general settings


Date: 19
2004
Oct.
Time: 08
00
30

Upper input tray


Normal
Back
Tag film format 14x17"
Film view

Language English
Chinese Simpl.
Japanese

DT2B

Tag film type


Beep on empty tray 5 beeps
Keypad contrast (60 ... 80) 68
Keypad backlight (0 ... 100) 50

Typical 68
Lower input tray
Normal
Back
Tag film format 14x17"
Film view

* Site name
* Site address
* City
* Country code (tel)
* Telephone
Remote connection
* Department
* Contact person
E-mail address
Comments

Tag film type

DT2B

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values

2.4

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Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values

Key-Operator - Change Image quality settings

2.3

Welcome to this
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1. General
2. Modality XYZ

Key-Operator - Change network settings (dicom)

2.4.1

see
page 10

Go back

1. Network settings
2. Remove modality
3. Add modality
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Go back

Key-Operator - Change Image quality settings


Daily used name
Modality AE-title

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Key-Operator - Change network settings (dicom)


Printer AE-title
Hostname
Domain name
Printer IP-Address
Netmask
Router IP-address

DSAXYS
dsaxys

Look Up Table:
Interpolation:

Linear
Kanamori
Kanamorilike
Replication
Linear
CubicHi-res
CubicBell

12.10.68.41
255.0.0.0
Maximum density:

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values

CT2
CT2_ARC

280
285
290
295

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values

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2.4.1

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Key-Operator - Print image

Key-Operator - Change Image quality settings

1. Ktbwd2n.zip
2. smpte_kan.zip
3. smpte_l300.zip
4. smpte_lin.zip
5. tpa.zip

Default film calibration off


on
Default Densitometer Macbeth TR924
Gretag
X-Rite 301
X-Rite 310

Go back

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Key-Operator - Service actions


Data of last QC measuring
Date: 20-NOV-2004
Time: 09:01
Initials:
Max D: 3.1
DD: 0.2
Mid Density: 1.1
Base + Fog: 0.2
New reference: yes
no
Comment:

Key-Operator - Change Image quality settings


Select frequency
Every 5 packs
Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values

9.1

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Accept changes Go Back


Key-Operator - Installation
Software Upgrade

New QC measuring
Reset Values

7.1

1. From CF-card
2. From this Computer
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Key-Operator - Service actions


1. Maintenance settings
2. Pending maintenance actions
3. Closed maintenance actions

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Key-Operator - Installation
Before install.
please make backup
1. OK, make backup
2. SKIP backup

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Key-Operator - Service actions


MAINTENANCE SETTINGS
Reset Item
Cycles to go Factory settings

Thermal head cleaning required


Replace thermal head anti dust filter
Replace thermal head (end of life)
Film calibration upper tray required
Film calibration lower tray required
Service maintenance required

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Key-Operator - Installation

Choose Dataset
Proceed

Go Back

Browse .....

4841
24841
62500
39841
500
2333

5000
25000
62500
40000
5000
5000

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Operator tools

Prompt
Enter Password
mega

Key-operator tools
Service engineer tools

******

Specialist tools

OK

Cancel

Security Tools
HELP

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SERVICE TOOLS
HOME

General information
List of errors
Printer Infocounters report
DICOM, LPD and HIPAA report
QA Report Page
Software versions
Remote sessions
Show printer status
Enter key-operator command session
Enter service command session
Release remote command session
Reboot Drystar
Reset Calibration Data
Connectivity tools
Scaling Setup
DICOM profile editor
LPD Profile Editor
Network configuration
Printqueue editor
Controller logging
Module repair
Modules

S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6

see page 12

see page 7
see page 20

S7
S8
S9
S10
S11
S12
S13
S14
S15

see page 12

see page 13

see page 16
see page 17
see page 18
see page 19

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S1

LIST OF ERRORS

S2

1. Site and system info:


-----------------------Date:
18-Nov-2007
Time:
12:42:15

MODULE : devilmodule
Elabel : Yes
HC207000 : devilmodule.dsh.connected
*TypeDefect
*Context207000
*ActionSeeManual
*Reason1Connector P9 not connected on Devil
Cure1Connect P9 on Devil
*Reason2Devil defect
Cure2Replace
PartMOD08

1.1 Device info:


---------------Product name:
drystar Axys
Type-No:
5175
Subtype-No:
Serial-No:
1234
Manufacture date:
01-Aug-2007 16:45:00
Installation date:
31-Nov-2007 13:10:30

HC207001 : devilmodule.psu.connected
*TypeDefect
*Context207001
*ActionSeeManual
*Reason1Connector P15 not connected on Devil
Cure1Connect P15 on Devil
*Reason2Devil defect
Cure2Replace
PartMOD08

1.2 Site info:


-------------City:
Padova
Site name:
Connectathon
Site address:
Avenida 12
Department name:
X-Ray
Phone:
1234321
Modem:
Comment:
1.3 Hardware info:
-----------------CPU:
0 - Devil 1.3 rev=? **
RAM:
512 Mbyte

S3

Security Setup
HTTP Yes
HTTPS No
..............

S13

INFO COUNTER drystar Axys

S4

Network info
IP-address 10.233.68.108
Hostname DI53IE2
Netmask 255.255.248.0
...................................
Cable info : 100 Mbit Half-Duplex
...........................................
link partner : 100HD 10HD autonegotiation
Cable info : 100 Mbit Half-Duplex
Output Queue
Retry timeout0
.......................................
Dicom input
........................................
LPD Profiles
.............................................
Site info
City
Site Name
Site address
Country code
Department name
Phone
Modem
Comment
Installation Date
InfoCounters
Last error codes ESC
......................................
Errors/Warnings
Name Total Relative Date of last
ESC1F Local SSL trusted certificate wi...4848Apr-27-2004 15:52:24
..............................................

______________ Power supply state


DC 5 Volts 4.96875 V
DC 3 Volts 3.2714844 V
DC +12 Volts 12.007315 V
DC -12 Volts -12.014129 V
DC 24 Volts 24.173584 V
DC TH Volts 0 V
DC TH Amps 0.0 A
______________ Error state
Current warnings
Current errors
______________ Temperatures
Heatsink 52.70407 C
Keypad-display 41.5 C
Drum-region 36.5 C
CPU-region 52 C
Current Max density 310.45212 points
______________ Density meter
Dark current Idrange 0: 78
range 1: 78
range 2: 77
Light current I09561, lamp at 75 %
______________ Display
Contrast-setting 68
Backlight-setting 50
______________ Status
Blemish heating enabled
CDM device enabled
Online diagnosis enabled
Security disabled
______________ Storage
Removable storage not present
Removable storage size Removable storage free Fixed (c:) storage size 122 MB (128045056 bytes)
Fixed (c:) storage free 0 bytes

S6

Welcome to this
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S5

FPGAVersion3.0.1
OSVersion
### /portex info
Versions : Portex=2004.05
Patch vers: 0
Build date: 13-oct-2004 16:12
Boot date : 17-NOV-2004 17:06:26
Net ID : 10.233.65.97 dry900
Ethernet : 08:00:66:80:44:09

Current Incidents:
Current Warnings:
Current Defects:

DriverVersionVersion: HW3.12 ; build timestamp : time = 14:36:45,21


ControllerVersion P4D3.03.15
DrystarVersion R1.9 C1
BoardVersion VILIS2.2
M16Version 45

S7

releaseRemoteSession

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!CalibrationRestore

HOME

class com.agfa.med.odin.printerserver.CalibrationRestore

Default uppertray
Default lowertray
Default Profile
Default CDM
Default DT2 B
Default DT2 M
Default uppertray

S8

Return to the default filmcalibration values.


Current calibration will be copied to a backup.
Return to the default filmcalibration values.
Current calibration will be copied to a backup.
Return to the default TPH profile calibration values.
Current values will be copied to a backup.
Return to the default CDM calibration values.
Current values will be copied to a backup.
Return to the default MDM-calibration values.
Current values will be copied to a backup.
Return to the default MDM-calibration values.
Current values will be copied to a backup.

Default lowertray

HOME HELP

Default Profile

Default CDM

Default DT2 B

Default DT2 M

Controller Setup

Reduction icon on image: yes

S9

Kernel: when no image scaling is needed for CubicHighRes:


Automatically switch to CubicBell: yes
Use CubicBell smooth factor: 0.35 ( >= 0.1 and <= 10 )
OK Changes require reboot
HOME HELP

DICOM Input Setup

S10

Dicom Print SCP Servers

S10.1

Setup Dicom Print SCP Servers

see page 14

Dicom Host Profiles


A 'Host Profile' defines the print parameters for a specific host (modality).
Available Host Profiles:
S10.3 see page 15
New
View/Edit
Remove
Clone
Import/Export
At run-time, profile selection is done based on the incoming 'Calling AE title'
and the receiving SCP server.
If no profile is found, the default (site) profile will be used.
Edit the default (site) profile

Validate profiles

Input status
idle

S10.2

Auto Dicom Configuration

see page 14

Refresh
Update profile database
Select profile database file to upload:

Browse ...

Upload new DB

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DICOM Print SCP Setup

Setup one or more Dicom SCP servers on this device:


One 'Dicom Print SCP server' is capable of handling multiple Dicom
print associations

S10.1

Dicom Print SCP


Internal Name: DEFAULT_SCP
Called AE title: DSAXYS
Listen at Port: 104
Max. allowed associations: 10
Secure channel (SSL):
Comments:

OK

Create new Dicom Print SCP

HELP

Cancel

Changes require reboot

Site Defaults

These are the default print settings for all Dicom input for which no special 'Host Profile' is made.
The values may be overloaded at run-time by the Dicom input.
You can prevent this by checking the checkboxes at the left side.
Only some parameters can be edited.
bottom

Number of Copies:
Print Priority:
Polarity:

c
d
fe
g

c
d
fe
g

S10.2

1
LOW
normal

portrait
Film Orientation:
NO
Trim:
Film Size ID:
Medium Type:
Print even if Film Size ID/Medium type not supported: YES
NO
Print even if Application type not supported:
Initial allocated memory size per printjob (MBytes): 100
Interpolation Type cubicHighRes,smoothFactor: -0.7
Kernel:
Magn: max
Magnification:
disabled
Decimate/Crop behaviour:
ratio: 1.0 / 1.0
Pixel Size:
kanamori
Perception LUT:
0
Kanamori Like value:
Custom value:
2000
Illumination (cd/m2):
10
Reflected Ambient Light (cd/m2):
BLACK
Border Density (OD x100):
BLACK
Empty Image Density (OD x100):
Minimum Density (OD x100):
320
Maximum Density (OD x100):
Header Annotation
none
Edit Custom
None
Contents:
Edit Custom
Courier 12
Font:
Footer Annotation
none
Edit Custom
None
Contents:
Edit Custom
Courier 12
Font:
Window (%):
Level (%):
r0
Image Orientation:
0
Conformance/Status Level:
OFF
N-EVENTs enabled:
NO
Mammo:
NO
Mammo CWR Rotation:
0
Association Timeout (s):
0
Image Timeout (s):
Allow EXPLICIT VR LITTLE ENDIAN:
Allow EXPLICIT VR BIG ENDIAN:
Resolution:
Supported SOP classes:
Early processing allowed:
LR like:

Ok

true
true
508
All enabled
YES
off

Cancel

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Host Profile: Name XYZ

These are the default settings for all print jobs coming from the host
(modality) specified under 'Calling AE title'.
The values may be overloaded at run-time by the Dicom input.
You can prevent this by checking the checkboxes at the left side.

S10.3

Nick Name: Name XYZ


Use this profile only for incoming 'Calling AE title': Host AE
Use this profile only for local SCP server: all
Host Profile type: GENERIC-GENERIC Change
Number of Copies:
Print Priority: low
Polarity:
normal
Film Orientation: portrait
Trim: no
Film Size ID:
Medium Type:
Print even if Film Size ID/Medium type not supported: yes
Print even if Application type not supported:
no
Kernel: site
Edit Custom Interpolation Type cubicHighRes,
Magnification: Edit Magn: max smoothFactor: -0.7
Decimate/Crop behaviour :
disabled
Pixel Size:
Edit ratio: 1.0 / 1.0
Perception LUT: kanamori
Kanamori Like value:
Custom value:
Illumination (cd/m2):
Reflected Ambient Light (cd/m2):
Border Density (OD x100):
Empty Image Density (OD x100):
Minimum Density (OD x100):
Maximum Density (OD x100):
site
300
Header Annotation:
Contents: none
Edit Custom
Font:
site
Edit Custom
Footer Annotation:
Contents: none
Edit Custom
Font:
site
Edit Custom
Window (%):
Level (%):
Image Orientation:
r0
Conformance/Status Level: 0
Nevent enabled: off
site
Mammo modality:
site
Mammo CWR Rotation: NO
Association Timeout (s):
Image Timeout (s):
Allow IMPLICIT VR LITTLE ENDIAN:
Allow EXPLICIT VR LITTLE ENDIAN:
Allow EXPLICIT VR BIG ENDIAN:
Resolution: 508
Supported SOP classes: Edit
LR like:
off
OK Cancel Show Defaults

Show last Input

Manually customized items are show in red


The last received input values are show in blue (click 'Show Last Input' button)
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LPD Setup

LPD Servers

S11

LPD Server Setup


New
View/Edit
Remove
Clone
Layout Preview

S11.1
S11.2

Validate All Profiles

HOME HELP

LPD Server Setup

LPD Server

S11.1

Port: 515 Clear it to remove the LPD Server


Max allowed associations: 10
Activate at startup:
Secure channel:
Comments:

OK

HELP

Create new LPD Server

Cancel

Changes require reboot

LPD Profile: Name XYZ

These settings can be overruled by the LPD protocol.


You can prevent this by checking the checkboxes at the front.

S11.2

Profile Name: Name XYZ


Medium Size: _14x17
Medium Type: bluebased
Layout: Optimal Row
Number of copies:
Film Orientation: portrait
Region Of Interest: Edit
Pixel Size: ratio:
Edit
Polarity: normal
Image Orientation: r0
Input LUT:
Edit
Usertaste Gray:
Edit
Usertaste Color:
Edit
Edit
Magnification:
Edit
Kernel:
Edit
Trim:
Edit
Background Color: Grayscale
Edit
Empty Color: Gray: Grayscale
PostScript Requested page size: Width:
Height:
PostScript policy: pagesizeDependent
Resolution:
320
Initial allocated memory size per printjob (MBytes):
Annotation 1: Edit
Annotation 2: Edit
OK Cancel Factory Defaults
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Basic IP

S12

Network Configuration

Routing

DNS

Ethernet

Reboot Device

Basic IP settings
IP address
Host name
Domain
Subnetmask

S12.3
S12.2
S12.1

Obtain IP settings automatically (RARP/BOOTP/DHCP) no


OK Changes require reboot
HOME HELP
Basic IP

Network Configuration

Routing

DNS

Ethernet

Reboot Device

Routing
Default gateway

S12.1

OK Changes require reboot


More Routes
Reach Device

via gateway:

OK Changes require reboot


Test Routes
Ping a device
HOME HELP
Basic IP

Ping
Network Configuration

Routing

DNS

Ethernet

Reboot Device

S12.2

DNS servers

A DNS server translates a given hostname into an IP address.

Remove
Add Changes require reboot
Test DNS
Enter a hostname:
HOME HELP
Basic IP

Resolve

Network Configuration

Routing

DNS

Ethernet

Reboot Device

S12.3

Ethernet
Current line properties: 100 Mbit Full-Duplex
Link partner (other side): : 100FD 100HD 10FD 10HD autonegotiation
Ethernet (MAC) address: 08:00:66:80:44:09
Setup: Type: UTP
MII address:
Auto negotiation, capabilities:
10 MBit Half Duplex
10 MBit Full Duplex
100 MBit Half Duplex
100 MBit Full Duplex
Fixed (no negotiation)
Mbit HALF DUPLEX
10

Counters:
Total Rx Packets
= 2056422
Total Rx ERROR Packets = 0
Total Tx Packets
= 196164
Defer Xmission Count
=0
Carrier Lost Count
=0
Out Of Window Collissions = 0
Collisions Count
=0
Excess Collisions Count = 0
Transmit FIFO underrun = 0
Receive FIFO overrun
=0

Warning: changes become active immediately !!!


Save settings to file (only enable this after a test)
OK

Factory Defaults

Clear Counters

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Output Queue

Output Queue contents:


Filter on

S13

all

Show History

Clear History

Auto-Refresh

Input state:

Output Queue setup:


Retry timeout (seconds)
Max retry count

range: 31..599
(0 = retry forever)

Submit
HOME HELP

Logging

Current Log File

S14

Show Log file


Set Log Levels

TaskLog
Level
ERROR
NipOpImage
ERROR
DCMPrintToPrintJob
PrintJobHandler
ERROR
ColorConvertOpImage
ERROR
PAGE
ERROR
DCMIBCodec
ERROR
DrawableRI
ERROR
ComposeOpImage
ERROR
CropOpImage
ERROR
TiledImage
ERROR
CMM
ERROR
LPD
ERROR
BorderOpImage
ERROR
PrintQueueEditor
ERROR
JobQueue
ERROR
JobProvider
ERROR
NipOpImage2
ERROR
AuthenticationManager
ERROR
QueueFactory
ERROR
VolatileTiledImage
ERROR
PrintQueue_Management ERROR
XML
ERROR
TranslateOpImage
ERROR
PFE
ERROR
PSCodec
ERROR
FontRI
ERROR
MfxPrinterInfoHandler
ERROR
Raster
ERROR
OverlayOpImage
ERROR
CFG
ERROR
DCMPrintSCP-0
ERROR
FontCache
ERROR

NipOpImage implements following operations: scaling/filtering, lookup and rotation.


DCMPrintToPrintJob converts Dicom Printjob into printqueue job
PrintJobHandler is listener for jobavailable events and converts the available jobs in a bitmap for
ColorConvertOpImage implements the conversion from one ColorSpace to another
'Page' calculates the position of imageboxes in a page
ComposeOpImage implements the operation to Compose multiple source images into one image
CropOpImage creates a new image out of the region of interest of the source image.
TiledImage transfers images to/from disk
CMM (Color Management Module) converts image data from one colorspace to another and
Line Printer Daemon : A group of hosts requests services from a LPD running on a host. The
BorderOpImage implements the border operation (e.g. trim)
This is the UI component of the printqueue (browser & keypad)
Non Persistent Queue. (Version : 2.03)
JobProvider is a printqueue consumer that publishes available jobs to the subscribers.
implements following operations: scaling/filtering, lookup and rotation.
Secure Access Management: Authentication Manager for accessing URLs and keypad menus
Starts the requested (or available) queue. (Version : 2.01)
Version 1.03 : Monitors the printqueue. Arrange communication between printqueue and several
The Printer Front End receives printjobs from a network (DICOM LPD) or any proprietary interface
PSCodec (de)codes postscript/pdf files
Mfx is an Agfa communication protocol to interchange printer status messages
OverlayOpImage implements the operation to put an overlay above the source image.
CFG handles configuration issues such as profiles, browser GUI, ...
Dicom Print Service Class Provider on port 104 for DS5300 application.Handles incoming Dicom

Configure the Logger


NO
Log to Console
NO
Log to File
Max number of log directories to keep
Max number of log pages (files) per directory
Timestamp in date format
YES
Add timestamp to console loggings
NO
Logging to Plog logbox at level
Submit

Factory Defaults

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Welcome to this
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Operator tools
Key-operator tools
Service engineer tools

Prompt
Enter Password
mega
******

Specialist tools
OK

Cancel

Security Tools
HELP
Welcome to this
DryStar AXYS printer
Welcome to this
DryStar AXYS printer

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

SERVICE TOOLS
HOME

General information
List of errors
Printer Infocounters report
DICOM, LPD and HIPAA report
QA Report Page
Software versions
Remote sessions
Show printer status
Enter key-operator command session
Enter service command session
Release remote command session
Reboot Drystar
Reset Calibration Data
Connectivity tools
Scaling Setup
DICOM profile editor
LPD Profile Editor
Network configuration
Printqueue editor
Controller logging
Module repair
Modules

Welcome to this
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Service - Show settings


1. General
2. Input tray
3. Network (DICOM)
4. Image quality
5. Logical Printers
6. Installed datasets
Go back

Service - Main
1. Show settings
2. Change settings
3. Print image
4. Save configuration
5. Restore config.
6. Calibration
7. Service actions
8. Quality Control
9. Installation
leave remote session

Go back

see
page 21

see
page 23

Welcome to this
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Service - Change settings


1. General
2. Input tray
3. Network (DICOM)
4. Image quality

2.1
2.2

see page 23

2.3
2.4

Go back

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Print Image


1. Test Image
2. From Printer Flash Card
3. From Remote Computer

see
page 20

Service - Print image


1. LinCheck.zip
2 .STI1.zip
3. STI2.zip
4. medicalimage.zip
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Welcome to this
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Service - Restore configuration

Service - Save configuration


1. General
2. Network only

1. General
2. Network only

Go back

Go back

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Welcome to this
DryStar AXYS printer

Service - Calibration
1. Film Calibration
2. Internal Densitometer Calibration
3. Thermal Print Head Calibration
4. Horizontal Alignment
5. Smart Profile Calibration

Service - Service actions


1. Error Messages
2. Warning Messages
3. Repair History
4. Maintenance
5. Logging
6: Resistor Check

Go back

Go back

Welcome to this
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Service - Quality Control


1. Start Quality Control procedure
2. Edit additional data for last QC
Go back

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Service actions


Active Reset Item

Maintenance Action

Cycles Factory
to go settings

Thermal head cleaning required

5000

5000

5000

Y
N

Y
N

Replace thermal head anti dust filter

25000

25000

25000

Y
N

Y
N

Replace thermal head (end of life)

62500

62500

62500

Y
N

Y
N

Film calibration upper tray required

4898

5000

5000

Y
N

Y
N

Film calibration lower tray required

5000

5000

5000

Y
N

Y
N

Service maintenance required

5000

5000

5000

Y
N

Y
N

Accept Changes

Discard Changes

Current
settings

Reset Values

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Welcome to this
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Service - Change general settings


Date: 19
2004
Oct.
Time: 08
00
30

2.3

Service - Change network settings (dicom)


1. Network settings
2. Remove modality
3. Add modality

Language English
Chinese Simpl.
Japanese
Beep on empty tray 5 beeps
Keypad contrast (60 ... 80) 68
Keypad backlight (0 ... 100) 50

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Typical 68
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* Site name
* Site address
* City
* Country
* Country code (tel)
* Telephone
Remote Connection
* Department
* Contact person
E-mail address
Comments

Service - Change network settings (dicom)


DSAXYS
ds5300

Printer AE-title
Hostname
Domain name
Printer IP-Address
Netmask
Router IP-address

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values

2.2

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Key-Operator - Change input tray settings

12.10.68.41
255.0.0.0

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values

2.4

Welcome to this
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Service - Change Image quality settings

If RF-tag is missing or malfunctioning


printing with Dmax = 2.00
printing not possible

1. General
2. Modality XYZ
Go back

Upper input tray


Normal
Back
Tag film format 14x17"
Film view

Tag film type

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

DT2B

Lower input tray

Service - Change Image quality settings

Normal
Back
Tag film format 14x17"
Film view

Tag film type

Default film calibration off


on

DT2B

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values

Default Densitometer Macbeth TR924


Gretag
X-Rite 301
X-Rite 310
Default A-sharp-TMML

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off
on

Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values


Service - Change Image quality settings
Select frequency
Every 5 packs
Accept changes Discard changes Reset Values

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Service - Installation

Welcome to this
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Service - Installation
Software Upgrade

1. New Software Installation


2. Printer Installation Wizard
3. Install Site Data

1. New Software Installation


2. Printer Installation
3. Install Site Data

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Service - Installation
Before install.
please make backup

Service - Installation

Choose Dataset
Proceed

Go Back

Browse .....
Reset Values

1. OK, make backup


2. SKIP backup
Go back

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Software Releases and Patches

Document No: DD+DIS033.07E

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Purpose of this document


This document lists all customer released software versions with their features,
limitations and known problems.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes
compared to previous Version 1.4

1.6

02-2015

Added software versions 3.0.0_C1, 3.1.0_C1 and 3.1.1_C1.


Refer to sections 11, 12 and 13.

Referenced Documents
Document

Title

DD+DIS005.15E

DRYSTAR AXYS SB25: Software patch 3.1.1_C1 available


to support a special DICOM print application

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Manufacturer
Agfa HealthCare N.V.
Published by
Agfa-Gevaert HealthCare GmbH
Tegernseer Landstrae 161
D - 81539 Mnchen
Germany
Copyright 2015 Agfa HealthCare N.V.
All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.
Agfa and the Agfa rhombus are trademarks of Agfa-Gevaert N.V., Belgium, or its
affiliates.
All other trademarks mentioned in this document are held by Agfa HealthCare N.V. or
the respective owners and are used in an editorial fashion with no intention of
infringement.
Nothing contained in this legal notice nor in any text in this document shall be
construed as granting by implication, estoppel or otherwise, any license or right to use
any of the trademarks, service marks, trade names or logos appearing in this document
without the express prior written consent of their respective owner.

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" prior to attempting any operation, repair or
maintenance task on the equipment.
Agfa Portal via Internet.
Agfa Intranet /
Refer to Document ID 11849633,

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and on
the product.

IMPORTANT:
The installation and service of the product(s) described herein is to be performed
by qualified personnel who are employed by Agfa HealthCare N.V or one of its affiliates
or who are otherwise authorized by Agfa HealthCare N.V. or one of its affiliates to
provide such services.

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LIST OF CONTENTS

SOFTWARE RELEASE 1.6.0_C1 ............................................................................................5


1.1

Supported Features ..................................................................................................................5

1.2

Limitations .................................................................................................................................5

1.3

Known Software Issues ............................................................................................................6

SOFTWARE UPDATE 1.6.1_C1 ..............................................................................................7


2.1

SOFTWARE UPDATE 1.6.2_C1 ..............................................................................................9


3.1

Solved Issues............................................................................................................................9

3.2

New Features..........................................................................................................................10

3.2.1

New Feature: Compliance Film Calibration ............................................................................11

3.2.2

New Feature: Activation of a new 10x12 Layout for GE Modalities ......................................12

3.2.3

New Feature: Possibility to read out future ISO-Format RF-Tags..........................................13

SOFTWARE UPDATE 1.6.3_C1 ............................................................................................13


4.1

5.1

New Features of Software 2.0.0_C2.......................................................................................14

5.2

Solved Issue in Software 2.0.0_C2.........................................................................................15

5.3

Known Software Issue ............................................................................................................15

SOFTWARE RELEASE 2.0.0_C3 ..........................................................................................16

Solved Issues in Software 2.2.0_C1.......................................................................................19

SOFTWARE RELEASE 2.3.0_C2 ..........................................................................................20


10.1

11

Solved Issues in Software 2.1.0_C3.......................................................................................18

SOFTWARE RELEASE 2.2.0_C1 ..........................................................................................19


9.1

10

New Feature of Software 2.1.0_C2 ........................................................................................17

SOFTWARE RELEASE 2.1.0_C3 ..........................................................................................18


8.1

New Feature of Software 2.0.0_C3 ........................................................................................16

SOFTWARE RELEASE 2.1.0_C2 ..........................................................................................17


7.1

Solved Issue............................................................................................................................13

SOFTWARE RELEASE 2.0.0_C2 ..........................................................................................14

6.1

Solved Software Issues ............................................................................................................7

Solved Issues and Improvements in Software 2.3.0_C2........................................................21

SOFTWARE RELEASE 3.0.0_C1 ..........................................................................................21


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11.1

New Features in Software 3.0.0_C1.......................................................................................21

11.2

Solved Issues and Improvements in Software 3.0.0_C1........................................................22

SOFTWARE RELEASE 3.1.0_C1 ..........................................................................................22


12.1

13

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Solved Issues and Improvements in Software 3.1.0_C1........................................................23

SOFTWARE PATCH 3.1.1_C1...............................................................................................23


13.1

Solved Issues with Software Patch 3.1.1_C1 .........................................................................24

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1.1

Software Release 1.6.0_C1


Type of new Software

1st customer release

Release Date

10/2007

Printer Serial Numbers

SN1024

Availability

On the Agfa HealthCare Library only the


latest software release can be downloaded.

Prerequisites

None

Supported Features
All features as specified:

1.2

Printing diagnostic data according to the DICOM standard with a


resolution of 508dpi
Printing on Drystar DT2B, DT2C and DT2 Mammo blue base films
Supported film sizes:
o DT2B / DT2C: 14x17", 14x14", 14x11", 10x12", 8x10"
o DT2 Mammo: 14x11", 10x12", 8x10"

Limitations
Software 1.6.0_C1 has following limitations:

Only one module/spare part replacement per start-up allowed


Only Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher can be used to access the printer
browser pages

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1.3

Known Software Issues


Software 1.6.0_C1 has following known issues:

Mammo test image has to be copied to D: drive before it is available for printing
on DT2 Mammo blue base films. Details see chapter 3.2, Tools and Auxiliary
means.
In very rare cases it is possible, that a false error message "MOD08 - please
replace module" is shown (MOD08 is the Devil CPU) after start-up of the printer.
A reset of the printer solves the problem.
The operator browser menu does not allow to delete images or set into
emergency status. It is possible however to delete print jobs in the operator menu
of the local keypad (refer to Drystar Axys user manual).
For TH profile calibration on a mammo printer a TH profile calibration film is
printed with too high density (approx. 2.0 O.D. instead of 1.2 O.D.). Entering
these higher values in the TH profile calibration browser screen is not possible,
as they exceed the upper limit. Using a Drystar DT2B or DT2C film allows to
perform the TH profile calibration properly.

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Software Update 1.6.1_C1


Type of new Software*

Software Update

Release Date

03/2008

Printer Serial Numbers

SN 1188

Availability

On the Agfa HealthCare Library only the


latest software release can be downloaded.

Prerequisites

None

*NOTE:
A software upgrade is a functional extension. An update (software patch) is an
internal change designed to correct issues, fix defects, or otherwise minor
improvements to performance without changing the software's basic design, structure
or functionality.

2.1

Solved Software Issues


With software update 1.6.1_C1 following software issues are solved:

Symptom 1

Cause

Sporadic input film jams for films from the upper tray, mainly 14 films:

Error message at the local display:

Error message in the infocounter:

Film jam! Open upper input tray and


clear film path.
HC314003

The force for driving the film towards the thermal head is sporadically too low.

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Software Releases and Patches

Install "upper pickup modification kit", spare part number*: CM+3617030. It contains:
1. Modified latches which open and close the rollers for moving the film towards the
thermal head:
Reinforced holders for the axle
More clearance for the axle which is moved by the latches
(before: 0.25 mm, now 1 mm)
2. Stronger springs at the upper pickup rollers. These springs define the friction
between rollers and film.
3. Software update 1.6.1_C1 with optimised film pick-up timing
* The last digit in the spare part number indicates the spare part revision at release of
this document. When ordering, the actual revision of the spare part is delivered.

NOTE:
Upper pickup modification kit, CM+3617030 can be used for Drystar Axys and
Drystar 5302.

Symptom 2

When printing calibration films (Film calibration; Internal Densitometer Calibration;


Thermal Print Head Calibration) the printer makes a strange noise.
The noise depends on the type of Thermal Head (Kyocera / Toshiba) and the film
batch.

Cause

Resonances inside the printer, appearing sporadically at low density printing

Solution

Software Update 1.6.1_C1 has different calibration patterns implemented to avoid


sporadic resonances. Example for film calibration film see Figure 1.

Figure 1

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Software Update 1.6.2_C1


Type of new Software*

Software Update

Release Date

06/2008

Printer Serial Numbers

1063, 1064, 1161, 1173, 1176, 1177, 1178,


1218, 1224, 1235, 1236, 1238, 1239, 1240,
1241, 1243 to 1278, 1280, 1281, 1282,
1284, 1342, 1345, 1347, 1348, 1349, 1358,
1361 to 1419, 1421, 1422

Availability

On the Agfa HealthCare Library only the


latest software release can be downloaded.

Prerequisites

None

*Note:
A software upgrade is a functional extension. An update (software patch) is an internal
change designed to correct issues, fix defects, or otherwise minor improvements to
performance without changing the software's basic design, structure or functionality.

3.1

Solved Issues
In Software Update 1.6.2_C1 following software issues are solved:

Symptom 1

When overlapping the two Mammo films at the lightbox, there is too much dazzling light
between the two films, as the clear border at the chest wall side is too large.

Cause

Mechanical limitations on the leading edge

Solution

In software 1.6.2_C1 the transparent border is minimal for the following host profile
settings:

Mammo CWR Rotation = YES


Rotation = r180

In this case the chest wall is always printed at the trailing edge: The clear border
between the two films at the lightbox is very small and may vary depending on film size
and drum temperature.

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NOTE:
To have minimal clear borders at other mammography printers (DRYSTAR 550X;
DRYSTAR 4500 M), it is not required to set host profile parameter Rotation to r180.
There it is sufficient to set parameters Mammo CWR rotation to YES.
Symptom 2

After adding some modalities via browser key-operator menu it is not possible to print
DICOM images. Following modalities are affected:

Phillips MXVIEW
Phillips MX8000
Fuji ADR series
Fuji Eyepix

Adding these modalities manually via DICOM host profile does not give any problem.

Cause

Software problem in software < 1.6.2_C1

3.2

New Features
Software update 1.6.2_C1 contains following new features:

Compliance film calibration. Details see 3.2.1.

Activation of a new 10x12 layout for GE Modalities via Browser Service Menu.
Details see 3.2.2.

Possibility to read out future ISO-Format RF-Tags. Details see 3.2.3.

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3.2.1

New Feature: Compliance Film Calibration

With software < 1.6.2_C1 the printer does not always pass the acceptance
procedure as defined by Afssaps / EUREF: The film calibration is not necessarily
accurate enough.
The compliance film calibration may be required as a last step of an acceptance
procedure that meets the special criteria set by Afssaps / EUREF.
It can be executed via new browser menu Service Engineer Tools Enter Service
command session 6 Calibration 6 Compliance Film Calibration.
For details refer to Technical Documentation Drystar Axys, DD+DIS033.07E,
Adjustments and Calibrations, edition 1, revision 1 (and higher revisions).

Service - Calibration

Service - Calibration

Compliance film calibration


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Film calibration
Internal densitometer calibration
Thermal print head calibration
Horizontal alignment
Smart profile calibration
Compliance film calibration

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3.2.2

New Feature: Activation of a new 10x12 Layout for GE Modalities

New Feature

For some GE modalities, e.g. GE Senographe Advantage WS, the sent image is
slightly too large compared to the pixel matrix of the 10x12 film.
In order to achieve true size accuracy lower than 4 % (GE specifications) on
10x12 films it is necessary to install a specific GE Mammography layout.
This increases the printable area in the 12 direction of the film from 5810 to 5890
pixels (approx. 4 mm).
This layout should only be installed if advised via corresponding Connectivity
Release Document: If installed, it is active for all other modalities, too.
It is installed via browser menu service tools GE Mammo layout installation.
See Figure 3.

Welcome to this
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SERVICE TOOLS
HOME

General information
List of errors
Printer Infocounters report
DICOM, LPD and HIPAA report
QA Report Page
Software versions
Remote sessions
Show printer status
Enter key-operator command session
Enter service command session
Release remote command session
Reboot Drystar
Reset Calibration data
Connectivity tools
Scaling Setup
DICOM profile editor
LPD Profile Editor
Network configuration
Printqueue editor
Licenses
GE Mammo layout installation
Controller logging
Module repair
Modules

GE Mammo layout inst a lla t ion

H OM E

G E Mammo layout installation


install

uninstall

changes require a reboot

Figure 3

NOTE:
The GE Mammo layout installation in software 1.6.2_C1 only works with
Internet Explorer < 7.

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3.2.3

New Feature: Possibility to read out future ISO-Format RF-Tags

New Feature

Currently the RF-Tags of the film


packages have their information stored
in a non-ISO format.

To be prepared for future changes of the


RF tags (new format as defined by ISO)
software 1.6.2_C1 already accepts
ISO RF tags.

More information will follow, when film


production switches to ISO RF Tags.
Figure 4

Software Update 1.6.3_C1


Type of new Software*

Software Update

Release Date

07/2008

Printer Serial Numbers

SN 1423 plus 1420

Availability

On the Agfa HealthCare Library only the


latest software release can be downloaded.

Prerequisites

None

*NOTE:
A software upgrade is a functional extension. An update (software patch) is an
internal change designed to correct issues, fix defects, or otherwise minor
improvements to performance without changing the software's basic design, structure
or functionality.

4.1

Solved Issue
In software 1.6.2_C1 the GE Mammo layout installation browser screen only works
with Internet Explorer 5.5 and 6. In software 1.6.3_C1 it also works with Internet
Explorer 7.

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Type of new Software*

Software Upgrade

Release Date

07/2009

Printer Serial Numbers

SN 2250 plus 2154, 2214, 2164, 2241,


2212, 2213

Availability

On the Agfa HealthCare Library only the


latest software release can be downloaded.

Prerequisites

None

*NOTE:
A software upgrade is a functional extension. An update (software patch) is an internal
change designed to correct issues, fix defects, or otherwise minor improvements to
performance without changing the software's basic design, structure or functionality.

5.1

New Features of Software 2.0.0_C2


Software 2.0.0_C2 contains following new features:

Software supports both printers, DRYSTAR 5302 and DRYSTAR AXYS.


Improved RF-tag locking mechanism (identical to RF-tag locking mechanism of
DRYSTAR 550X software 6.0)
Support of Compliance film calibration which may be required to pass the
Afssaps / EUREF* acceptance test.
For DRYSTAR AXYS this feature was available already as of software 1.6.3_C1,
however only for Mammo printing. Now it is available also for non-mammography
applications for DRYSTAR 5302 and DRYSTAR AXYS.
*Afssaps =
EUREF =

Agence franaise de scurit sanitaire des produits de sant


European Reference Organisation for Quality Assured Breast Screening and
Diagnostic Services

Extended operating System and Browser Compatibility of the Operator, KeyOperator and Service Browser Pages.
Supported operating systems:
- Windows 2000
- Windows XP
- Windows Vista
Supported browsers:
- Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8
- Firefox 3

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Solved Issue in Software 2.0.0_C2

Symptom

Sporadically the printer stops boot-up with message Error System Failure:

When pressing the ON/OFF switch the printer cannot be switched off.
Access via network is not possible (to reboot remotely).
After unplugging and reconnecting the mains cable the printer usually starts up
normally.

Cause

CPU Driver problem

Solution

Install software 2.0.0_C2 to prevent the problem.

5.3

Known Software Issue

Symptom

Login problems with the Firefox browser:


In some cases the login to the service web pages has to be repeated three times, until
login is successful.

Cause

Incompatibility with login script and Firefox browser in certain cases

Solution

Repeat the login up to three times until it is successful.

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Software Release 2.0.0_C3


Type of new Software*

Software Upgrade

Release Date

09/2009

Printer Serial Numbers

SN 2435 plus SN 2361

Availability

On the Agfa HealthCare Library only the


latest software release can be downloaded.

Prerequisites

None

*NOTE:
A software upgrade is a functional extension. An update (software patch) is an internal
change designed to correct issues, fix defects, or otherwise minor improvements to
performance without changing the software's basic design, structure or functionality.
NOTE:
As of Software 2.0.0_C2 DRYSTAR 5302 and DRYSTAR AXYS use the same
software.

6.1

New Feature of Software 2.0.0_C3


Compared to software 2.0.0_C2 the RF tag locking mechanism is further improved.
This supports a reliable detection of falsely inserted films.

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Software Release 2.1.0_C2


Type of new Software*

Software Upgrade

Release Date

10/2010

Printer Serial Numbers

SN 3436*

Availability

On the Agfa HealthCare Library only the


latest software release can be downloaded.

Prerequisites

None

* SNs of additional DRYSTAR AXYS printers with SW 2.1.0_C2 ex factory: 3177, 3394, 3396, 3397, 3400,
3401, 3404, 3405, 3407, 3409, 3410, 3411, 3413, 3414, 3415, 3416, 3420, 3421, 3423, 3424, 3425, 3427,
3428, 3430, 3431, 3432, 3433, 3435

*NOTE:
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change designed to correct issues, fix defects, or otherwise minor improvements to
performance without changing the software's basic design, structure or functionality.
NOTE:
As of Software 2.0.0_C2 DRYSTAR 5302 and DRYSTAR AXYS use the same
software.

7.1

New Feature of Software 2.1.0_C2


Software 2.1.0_C2 supports new hardware (Devius module, Tyndal module, SATA
hard disk) for DRYSTAR 5302 and DRYSTAR AXYS, which was introduced
in Q IV 2010.

Software 2.1.0_C2 is downwards compatible, so it also supports the actual


hardware (Devil module, Themis/Thanos module, SCSI hard disk).
It replaces software 2.0.0_C3.

The new software has no other new features except support of new hardware.

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Software Release 2.1.0_C3


Type of new Software*

Software Update

Release Date

02/2011

Printer Serial Numbers

SN 3949 plus SN 3938

Availability

On the Agfa HealthCare Library only the


latest software release can be downloaded.

Prerequisites

None

*NOTE:
A software upgrade is a functional extension. An update (software patch) is an internal
change designed to correct issues, fix defects, or otherwise minor improvements to
performance without changing the software's basic design, structure or functionality.
NOTE:
As of Software 2.0.0_C2 DRYSTAR 5302 and DRYSTAR AXYS use the same
software.

8.1

Solved Issues in Software 2.1.0_C3


By installing software 2.1.0_C3, the Devius board is re-programmed to revision 9.
This is a solution for the warning message RF Tag Problem after 10 printed films of a
new film pack.
For details see DRYSTAR AXYS SB 15 / DRYSTAR 5302 SB 20, Software 2.1.0_C3
available to solve Warning Message RF Tag Problem after 10 printed Films of a new
Film Pack, DD+DIS037.11E (Intranet Link / Extranet Link).

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Software Release 2.2.0_C1


Type of new Software*

Software Upgrade

Release Date

07/2011

Printer Serial Numbers

SN 4515 and additionally in SN 4425,


4456, 4471, 4473, 4478

Availability

On the Agfa HealthCare Library only the


latest software release can be downloaded.

Prerequisites

None

*NOTE:
A software upgrade is a functional extension. An update (software patch) is an internal
change designed to correct issues, fix defects, or otherwise minor improvements to
performance without changing the software's basic design, structure or functionality.
NOTE:
As of Software 2.0.0_C2 DRYSTAR 5302 and DRYSTAR AXYS use the same
software.

9.1

Solved Issues in Software 2.2.0_C1

After changing the Key-Operator language at printers with software 2.1.0_C3, the
printer boot-up hangs with message Please wait - self test proceeding.

RF Tag Reading Problems at Printers with Stronglink RF Tag Readers in


Combination with ISO RF Tags.
For details to these two software issues refer to DRYSTAR AXYS SB 18 /
DRYSTAR 5302 SB 23, Software 2.2.0_C1 available to solve Hang-up after
Changing Key-Operator Language and RF Tag Reading Problems,
Document ID 33559755 (Intranet Link / Extranet Link).

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Additionally following minor software issues are solved:

10

With software < 2.2.0_C1 the sporadic error message W306015 (CDM intensity
is unstable) appears.
Sporadic "Error System Failure" of certain combinations of RAM and Tyndall
modules .
When booted with a tray open, the printer cannot read an ISO RF tag.
During regular software installation the "Chinese traditional" translation file
does not get unpacked.
After quality control sporadically the (wrong) density values "0.00" are
displayed. When saving the quality control result the correct values are stored.

Software Release 2.3.0_C2


Type of new Software*

Software Upgrade

Release Date

06/2012

Printer Serial Numbers

SN 5971 and additionally in SN 5785,


5834, 5849, 5854, 5855, 5908

Availability

Agfa HealthCare Library

Prerequisites

None

*NOTE:
A software upgrade is a functional extension. An update (software patch) is an internal
change designed to correct issues, fix defects, or otherwise minor improvements to
performance without changing the software's basic design, structure or functionality.
NOTE:
As of Software 2.0.0_C2 DRYSTAR 5302 and DRYSTAR AXYS use the same
software.

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10.1

11

Solved Issues and Improvements in Software 2.3.0_C2

Improved handling of empty tray situations during automatic film calibration.

Site data extended from 32 to 64 characters per entry.

Software Release 3.0.0_C1


Type of new Software*

Software Upgrade

Release Date

10/2013

Printer Serial Numbers

SN 7490 and additionally in SN 7047,


7104, 7430

Availability

Agfa HealthCare Library

Prerequisites

None

*NOTE:
A software upgrade is a functional extension. An update (software patch) is an internal
change designed to correct issues, fix defects, or otherwise minor improvements to
performance without changing the software's basic design, structure or functionality.
NOTE:
As of Software 2.0.0_C2 DRYSTAR 5302 and DRYSTAR AXYS use the same
software.

11.1

New Features in Software 3.0.0_C1

Support of additional printer subtypes 5366/300 (SN 2001) and


5367/300 (SN 1001).

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12

Solved Issues and Improvements in Software 3.0.0_C1

Corrected a wrong cure in the list of errors for HC305002. Cure 5 previously
mentioned to replace Mod 04 (Lower Pickup Module) instead of Mod 05
(Thermal Head).

Corrected hang-up of Firefox browser, if the user set a DICOM job in the operator
menu from a normal to an emergency print job.

Corrected software issue at remote emergency software installation without


preserving data, that network settings were not reset to default.

Added the missing wedge test image to the sets of test images for DRYSTAR
5302. The wedge test image is available for DRYSTAR AXYS since software
2.0.0_C1.

Added the missing printer check when trying to install a DRYSTAR 5302 / AXYS
software via remote emergency installation at DRYSTAR 550X or DRYSTAR
4500. Now it is not possible anymore to install software on another printer than
DRYSTAR 5302 / AXYS.

Solved software issue during printer setup, that entering character (`) during
modality AE title setup issues an Java error instead of an invalid character error.

Solved the issue that an extra language dataset LNG 2.00A01 is installed during
the 2.3.0_C2 software installation, when installing the software via remote
emergency software installation without preserving data.

Software Release 3.1.0_C1


Type of new Software*

Software Upgrade

Release Date

11/2014

Printer Serial Numbers

DRYSTAR AXYS Type 5367/100


SN 9.050
DRYSTAR AXYS Type 5367/300
SN 1.029

Availability

Agfa HealthCare Library

Prerequisites

None

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change designed to correct issues, fix defects, or otherwise minor improvements to
performance without changing the software's basic design, structure or functionality.
NOTE:
As of Software 2.0.0_C2 DRYSTAR 5302 and DRYSTAR AXYS use the same
software.

12.1

13

Solved Issues and Improvements in Software 3.1.0_C1

Several minor bugfixes in service functions, e.g. improved "Remote Emergency


Software Installation.

Automatic re-flashing of Stronglink tag readers, if the tag reader is recognized as


non-functional during boot-up. In previous software versions the tag reader
needed to be replaced to solve the issue.

Several minor bugfixes in printer operation.

Several improvements for production.

Software Patch 3.1.1_C1


Type of new Software*

Software Update

Release Date

12/2014

Printer Serial Numbers

DRYSTAR AXYS Type 5367/100


SN 9359 and additionally in SN 9193
DRYSTAR AXYS Type 5367/300
SN 1034

Availability

Agfa HealthCare Library

Prerequisites

Software 3.1.0_C1

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change designed to correct issues, fix defects, or otherwise minor improvements to
performance without changing the software's basic design, structure or functionality.
NOTE:
As of Software 2.0.0_C2 DRYSTAR 5302 and DRYSTAR AXYS use the same
software.

13.1

Solved Issues with Software Patch 3.1.1_C1

Symptom

At printers that are connected to a third party DICOM device called "Kiosk" frequent DICOM
errors appear during printing or the print job is aborted.
NOTE:
The Kiosk application periodically polls the printer to get its status. It informs the user by a
red light in case of printer issues like empty film tray or film jam.

Cause

Solution

DICOM connectivity issue.


Install software patch 3.1.1_C1, on top of software 3.1.0_C1.

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Purpose of this document


This document contains:

Reference diagrams for identification and location of assemblies inside the


machine including an alphanumeric reference list

Wiring diagrams

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

1.2

03-2011

Changes
compared to previous Version 1.1:

Added new hardware Devius PCB, Tyndall CPU, DDR2


RAM and SATA Hard disk in the reference diagram.
See section 1.

Added new main wiring diagram for Devius PCB. See


section 2, page 2.

Referenced Documents
Document

Title

DD+DIS341.10E

DRYSTAR AXYS SIB13, New Hardware (Devius / Tyndall /


RAM) and new Type of Hard Disk (SATA) introduced

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Manufacturer
Agfa HealthCare N.V.
Publisher
Agfa-Gevaert HealthCare GmbH
Tegernseer Landstrae 161
D - 81539 Mnchen
Germany
Copyright 2011 Agfa HealthCare N.V.
All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.
AGFA and the Agfa-Rhombus are trademarks of Agfa HealthCare N.V.

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see Agfa HealthCare Library => General Info => Agfa HealthCare =>
Publications => Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or
maintenance task on the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and on
the product.

NOTE:
To verify the latest version of single documents and of Service Manuals refer to the
Document Type Order List in the Agfa HealthCare library.

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LIST OF CONTENTS

REFERENCE DIAGRAMS .......................................................................................................4


1.1

Components Location ...............................................................................................................4

1.2

List of Components ...................................................................................................................7

WIRING DIAGRAMS ................................................................................................................9

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1.1

Components Location
CDM LED Board

S6
CDM
M4
S5

M5

S10

S13
S4
S 1 in upper tray
S2 in lower tray
S11

M1
S24

S9

S12

RF1 in Lower Tray


RF2 in Upper Tray

536704aa_1.cdr

Figure 1

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S14 / S15 in Upper pickup tray


S16 / S17 in Lower pickup tray
M6 in Upper pickup tray
M7 in Lower pickup tray

S6

M4
S8

F1

S18/S19 in Upper
/Lower pickup tray

S7

S21
S22
M3

M2

V2 V1 M9

M8
S3

F2

SCSI / SATA Hard Disk*

536704aa_3.cdr

*Devius / Tyndall / DDR2 RAM / SATA hard disk introduced for:


SN 3177, SN 3180, SN 3494 to SN 3537, SN 3539, SN 3574, SN 3672
Figure 2

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Devil*

Devius*

OSB

Power Supply

TPH
Thanos*

Tyndall*

Key6

RAM*
*Devius / Tyndall / DDR2 RAM / SATA hard disk introduced for:
SN 3177, SN 3180, SN 3494 to SN 3537, SN 3539, SN 3574, SN 3672

DDR2 RAM*
536704aa_2.cdr

Figure 3

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Reference and Circuit Diagrams

List of Components
Component

Name

Refer to

CDM

Contactless Densitometer PCB

Figure 1

cdmLED

Densitometer LED PCB

Figure 1

Devil PCB or Devius


PCB

Control Board: Input/Output and film


control

Figure 3

E1

E label Devil CPU

--

E2

E label Output Module

--

E3

E label Lower Pickup Module

--

E4

E label Power Supply

--

E5

E label TPH module

--

E6

E label 6 Display Module

--

E7

E label 7 Upper Pickup Module

--

F1

Thermal Head fan

Figure 2

F2

CPU cooling fan (E-box)

Figure 2

Hard disk Drive

Hard disk Drive 73 GB (or more)

Figure 2

KEY6 PCB

Keypad module

Figure 3

M1

Drum motor

Figure 1

M2

Cam drive motor

Figure 2

M3

Suspension drive motor

Figure 2

M4

Output rollers motor

Figure 1

M5

CDM Motor

Figure 1

M6

Upper Pickup motor

Figure 2

M7

Lower Pickup motor

Figure 2

M8

Gear Box motor

Figure 2

M9

Vacuum pump

Figure 2

OSB

Switch Board for TH resistors

Figure 3

Power Supply

Power Supply

Figure 3

RAM / DDR2 RAM

RAM

Figure 3

RF1

RF tag reader lower tray

Figure 1

RF2

RF tag reader upper tray

Figure 1

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Component

Name

Refer to

S1

Upper magazine empty detection

Figure 1

S2

Lower magazine empty detection

Figure 1

S3

Transport roller open detection

Figure 2

S4

Input Sensor TPH

Figure 1

S5

Output sensor TPH

Figure 1

S6

Output rollers home position

Figure 1

S7

TPH home position

Figure 2

S8

Top cover closed detection

Figure 2

S9

Print drum drive rotation detection

Figure 1

S10

Densitometer home position

Figure 1

S11

Take over passed detection

Figure 1

S12

Overheat sensor

Figure 1

S13

Input sensor TPH

Figure 1

S14

Upper pickup home position

Figure 2

S15

Upper pickup pickup position

Figure 2

S16

Lower pickup home position

Figure 2

S17

Lower pickup pickup position

Figure 2

S18

Upper pickup passed position

Figure 2

S19

Lower pickup passed position

Figure 2

S21

10" suspension position

Figure 2

S22

14" suspension position

Figure 2

S24

Take over passed detection

Figure 1

Thanos PCB / Tyndall


PCB

CPU board. Keeps Operating System.

Figure 3

TPH

Thermal print head

Figure 1

V1

Vacuum valve lower magazine

Figure 2

V2

Vacuum valve upper magazine

Figure 2

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NOTE:
To improve readability on paper, the two main diagrams are split up in 4 pages to be
printed on DIN A4: Double-click the attached paper-clip to open and print the diagrams.

Page 1

Page 2

Page 3

Page 4

The following circuit diagrams are attached:

Description

Wiring Diagrams Drystar Axys with Devil PCB: Main Page (Diagram 1/8)

Wiring Diagrams Drystar Axys with Devius PCB: Main Page (Diagram 2/8)

Wiring Diagram Lower Pickup Assembly (Diagram 3/8)

Wiring Diagram Lower Tray Assembly (Diagram 4/8)

Wiring Diagram Output Assembly (Diagram 5/8)

Wiring Diagram Pump & Valves Assembly (Diagram 6/8)

Wiring Diagram Upper Pickup Assembly (Diagram 7/8)

Wiring Diagram Upper Tray Assembly (Diagram 8/8)

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THERMAL HEAD MODULE ASSY

X
X

*64

1
2

X
+TPH

P1

X
X

TH/P1

*64 [41]
BU64_IDC
64p Extractor

X
+TPH

P2

X
X

TH/P2

3
2
1

DEV/P43

PS/P3:11
PS/P3:12

RD
BK

A345385. TH POWER CABLE

BU

X
X
EE-SX4009-P1
Sensor-S21
1
2
3

DEV/P40:24
DEV/P40:23

X
X
F2
X
A344567.0

X
+KEY6

P2

*40/40
P337808

X
X

key/P2

DEV/P8

*40/40
BU40-IDC-1

*40/40
BU40-IDC-1

BU
VT

YE
BK
WH

BU
VT
BK
VT
BU
RD
OG
WH
BK
+XS3aXS3:6
+XS3aXS3:7
+XS3aXS3:10
+XS3aXS3:9
+XS3aXS3:8
+XS3aXS3:13
+XS3aXS3:11
+XS3aXS3:12
+XS3aXS3:14
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
BU16-90142

5
6

X
X

DEV/P9

1
2
3

12V
GND
-12V
GND
C_ODM_M_SEL_A_BF
C_ODM_M_SEL_B_BF
GND
C_ODM_I_SEL_A_BF
C_ODM_I_SEL_B_BF
GND
CONN_ODM_COUNT
C_ODM_BL_CTRL_BF
VCC
SDA
SCL
GND
16pol. 90130 Molex

P9

+XS3aXS3:4
+XS3aXS3:5

+XS3aXS3:1
+XS3aXS3:2
+XS3aXS3:3

VT
BK
RD
VT
BK
VT
BK
RD
VT
BK
RD
VT
BK
RD
VT
BK
RD
VT
BK
RD
VT
BK
RD
BK
BK
VT
BK

RD
BN
RD
BN
+XS2aXS2:9
+XS2aXS2:10
+XS2aXS2:7
+XS2aXS2:8
9
10
11
12

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

*40/40
P333509

DISPLAY CABLE

E-box cooling fan

KEY

.1

DEV/P13
*68/68
ST2x34-AMPLIMITE

A3429150. HDD CABLE

X
+DEV1

P13

*68/68
P316661

I/O 2

SCSI

(Cassette)
POWER

PS/P2:1
PS/P2:2
PS/P2:3
PS/P2:4
PS/P2:5
PS/P2:6
PS/P2:7
PS/P2:9
PS/P2:10
PS/P2:11
PS/P2:12
PS/P2:13
PS/P2:14
PS/P2:15
BN
BK
BK
BN
OG
BN
GY
GY
BK
BK
WH
BK
OG
BK

A344557. WIRE HARNESS ASSY (PS-DEV)

External RS232
Service Port

P18#2

X
+DEV1

ETH

External Ethernet
Connection

[30]*68
P316661

P17#1

[8] *8
P329731

X
+DEV1

X
+DEV1

P3

X
+DEV1

P15

X
X

DEV/P15

YE
BK
BK
RD
PS/P1:17
PS/P1:18
PS/P1:6
PS/P1:3
X
+Harddisk

ST1

X
X

HD

X
X

BU1

*68/68
P316661

X
+Harddisk

12V 1
GND 2
GND 3
+5V 4
4p disk drive

*68/68
ST2x34-AMPLIMITE

BU55

1
2
3

A340645.0

+XS1aXS1:9
+XS1aXS1:7
+XS1aXS1:8
+XS1aXS1:10

DEV/P20:2
DEV/P20:1
M1:1
M1:4
M1:5
M1:8
F1:1
F1:2
+XS4aXS4:11
+XS4aXS4:13
+XS4aXS4:12

18

M2:4

20

M2:6

22
23
24

M2:5
M2:1
M2:2

26

+XS4aXS4:14

29

+XS1aXS1:6

31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
BU40-90142

+XS4aXS4:7
+XS4aXS4:9
+XS4aXS4:10
+XS4aXS4:8
+XS1aXS1:12
+XS1aXS1:13
+XS1aXS1:11
S9:3
S9:2
S9:1

/Lower_pickup.3F

XS4

9
X

/Pump_&_Valves_asm.2E

XS10

VT

BK
OG
RD
WH

X
X

DEV/P20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

GND
DIG_SENSOR_I12
GND
CONN_RFID_TXD_RS
CONN_2N791
CONN_RFID_RXD_RS
GND
C_#RFID_RST_RS
GND
C_RFIDB_TXD_RS
CONN_2N791
C_RFIDB_RXD_RS
GND
C_#RFIDB_RST_RS
GND
CONN_XX1
DIG_SENSOR_I25
I_DIG_SENSOR25
VOS
A_SPARE2
EL_SDA_LINE0
GND
EL_SCL_LINE0
VCC
GND
EL_SDA_LINE1
VCC
EL_SCL_LINE1
DIG_SENSOR_I15
I_DIG_SENSOR15
VOS
A_SPARE1
GND
CONN_XX3
I_DIG_SENSOR26
DIG_SENSOR_I26
VOS
I_DIG_SENSOR27
DIG_SENSOR_I27
VOS
40p 90130 M

BK
BK
BK
GN
RD
BU
RD
BU
RD
BK
VT

/Pump_&_Valves_asm.4E

XS11
8

OG
BU
7
YE
RD
BK
VT

VT
OG
BK
WH
RD
VT
BK
RD
VT
BK
RD
6

X
X

DEV/P21
1
2
3
4
5
6

DEV/P21:2
DEV/P21:1
+XS9aXS9:4
+XS9aXS9:6
+XS9aXS9:5
+XS9aXS9:7

8
+XS9aXS9:8
9 +XS7aXS7:4, +XS7aXS7:12
10
+XS7aXS7:6
11
+XS7aXS7:5
12
+XS7aXS7:7
14
15
16
17
18
19

+XS7aXS7:8
+XS7aXS7:11
+XS8aXS8:10
+XS8aXS8:5
+XS8aXS8:4
+XS8aXS8:6

29
30
31

+XS8aXS8:2
+XS8aXS8:1
+XS8aXS8:3

BK
BK
BK
WH
RD
YE

X
X
X
X

BU
BK, VT
WH
RD
YE

BU
BK
VT
VT
BK
RD

X
X

/Upper_tray.4F

X
X

X
X

X
X
X

/Upper_tray.2F

A344550.
WIRE HARNESS ASSY (CASS ASM)

33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
BU40-90142

+XS9aXS9:11
+XS9aXS9:12
+XS9aXS9:3
+XS9aXS9:2
+XS9aXS9:1
+XS7aXS7:3
+XS7aXS7:2
+XS7aXS7:1

VT
BK
RD

X
X
X

BK
VT
BK
VT
RD
BK
VT
RD

/Upper_tray.2F
/Upper_tray.2F

X
X
X

X
X

/Lower_tray.4F

CF SLAVE

/Upper_tray.4F

External Compact-Flash
Card Connection

RD
RD
RD
BK
BK
BK
VT
BK
BU
BU
BU
BK
BK
BK
VT
BK
YE
BK
WH
BK
GN
OG
X
X

PS/P1
P1

X
+PS1

1
DEV/P11:1
2
DEV/P11:2
3
HD:4
4
DEV/P11:4
5
DEV/P11:5
6
HD:3
7
DEV/P11:7
8
DEV/P11:8
9
DEV/P11:9
10
DEV/P11:10
11
DEV/P11:11
12
DEV/P11:12
13
DEV/P11:13
14
DEV/P11:14
15
DEV/P11:15
16
DEV/P11:16
17
DEV/P11:17, HD:1
18
DEV/P11:18, HD:2
19
DEV/P11:19
20
DEV/P11:20
21
DEV/P11:21
22
DEV/P11:22
BU22-MINI-FIT-JR

X
X

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

VCC
VCC
+5V
GND
GND
GND
VPS_5VSENSE
VPS_5VSENSEN
V33
V33
V33
GND
GND
GND
3V3SENSE
3V3SENSEN
12V
GND
-12V
GND
VPS_1N28
VPS_1N225
P328352

Safety_Ground

CPU/Power supply control

CPU/Display power

Output 1:
Output 2:
Output 3:
Output 4:
Output 5:
Output 6:

+XS4aXS4:7
+XS4aXS4:8
+XS4aXS4:9
+XS4aXS4:10

OG
RD
BK
WH

eLabel pcb Address #4

X
+PS1
1/3
2/3
3/3

POWER SUPPLY DS5302


J

1
2
3
4
BU4-51021

appliance_inlet

3,3V (+/-5%) 4,5A


5V (+/-5%) 3A - 4A
+12V (+/-2%) 1,25A
-12V (+/-2%) 0,15A
24V (+/-5%) 4,0A
13 .. 27V (+/-5mV) 300W

IEC 320/C14

X
X

IFE#4

1/4
2/4
3/4
4/4
ST4-MO53261-SMD

X
+PS
X
A5
X

Mains 100V .. 240V


50-60Hz

2 x 15AF

X
X
PS1
A346995. POWER SUPPLY DS5302
X

X
+PS

P1

Do not replace this fuse.1


Replace power supply instead.

11/12
12/12
BU12-MICFITG

Thermal head

1/12
2/12
3/12
4/12
5/12
6/12
7/12
8/12
9/12
10/12
11/12
12/12

A339843.

Do not replace this fuse.


Replace power supply instead.

A344554. TPH POWER CABLE

X
+PS1

P3

13..27V (green)
Led on: Output 6 enabled

1/12
2/12
3/12
4/12
5/12
6/12
7/12
8/12

24V (green)
Led on: Output 5 OK.

PS/P3

-12V (green)
Led on: Output 4 OK.

ASSY GEARBOX (VAL)

X
X

X
X
X
Harddisk
A350215.0

5V (green)
Led on: Output 2 OK.

X
X

.1

1/1
RING-TERM-2.5-3.6

GY
BK
BK
WH
BK
OG
BK
GNYE
9
DEV/P15:8
10
DEV/P15:9
11
DEV/P15:10
12
DEV/P15:11
13
DEV/P15:12
14
DEV/P15:13
15
DEV/P15:14
16
Safety_Ground:1
BU16-MINI-FIT-JR

BN
BK
BK
BN
OG
BN
GY
DEV/P15:1
DEV/P15:2
DEV/P15:3
DEV/P15:4
DEV/P15:5
DEV/P15:6
DEV/P15:7

PS/P2

SCSI HARDDISK

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

1
2
3

P2

1
2
3
BU3-EI-IDC

X
+PS1

S3
+XS12bXS12:10
+XS12bXS12:9
+XS12bXS12:8

Transport roller open detection

+XS4aXS4:5

31
32
33
34
BU34-90142

PS CONTROL CABLE

REM_ONOFF+
REM_ONOFFGND
VPS_POW_RESET_OC
VPS_SHUTDOWN_
VPS_IL
P_24V
Prot. earth
P_24V
GND
GND
VCC
VPS_RXDVPS_TXD+
GND
Prot. earth
ST16-MINI-FIT-JR

X
X
EE-SX4009-P1
Sensor-S3

X
X

RD
BK
VT

28

GY
BN
WH
BN
BU
BN
RD
BK
RD
BK
BU
RD
WH
YE
BU
RD
WH
YE
RD
BU
VT

SERVICE
[10]

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

CONTROL

X
+DEV1

Key/P3

X
X

P11

X
X
X
KEY6
A337163.
BL10

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

WH

14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
BU40-90142

P8

Overtemperature (red)
Led on: Overtemperature protection mode.

YE

+XS10bXS10:5
+XS10bXS10:6
+XS10bXS10:3
+XS10bXS10:4
+XS10bXS10:1
+XS10bXS10:2
+XS4aXS4:2
+XS4aXS4:1
+XS1aXS1:2
+XS1aXS1:1
+XS13aXS13:5
+XS13aXS13:4
+XS13aXS13:7
+XS13aXS13:6
+XS12aXS12:1
+XS12aXS12:2
+XS12aXS12:3
+XS12aXS12:4
F2:1
F2:2
+XS1aXS1:14

1
2
3
4

BU

X
+DEV1

X
+DEV1

P1

GND
EL_SDA_LINE1
VCC
EL_SCL_LINE1
P_24V
SAFETY_OK
P_24V
JAM_CLEAR
DCM_OUTA5
DCM_OUTB5
DCM_OUTA4
DCM_OUTB4
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I8
GND
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I5
I_DIG_SENSOR5
DIG_SENSOR_I7
I_DIG_SENSOR7
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I18
I_DIG_SENSOR18
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I17
I_DIG_SENSOR17
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I6
I_DIG_SENSOR6
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I21
I_DIG_SENSOR21
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I4
I_DIG_SENSOR4
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I13
GND
DIG_SENSOR_I9
GND
40p 90130 M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

X
+DEV1

VCC
VCC
VCC
GND
GND
GND
VPS_5VSENSE
VPS_5VSENSEN
V33
V33
V33
GND
GND
GND
3V3SENSE
3V3SENSEN
12V
GND
-12V
GND
VPS_1N28
VPS_1N225
22p MiniFit Jr M

1
2
3

A344556.0

X
X

X
X

X
X

X
X
EE-SX4009-P1
Sensor-S22

Take over film transport detection

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to third parties without express authority is strictly
forbidden.
AGFA

I/O 1

X
X
+XS12bXS12:1
+XS12bXS12:4
+XS12bXS12:3

Film transport motor

X
X

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26

P21

DEV/P11:17
DEV/P11:18
DEV/P11:3
DEV/P11:6
+XS12bXS12:2

P20

I/O 5

YE
BK
RD
BK
5

A347060. WIRE HARNESS ASSY


(GEAR BOX)

9
11p PH

1
2
3
BU3-EI

GND
DIG_SENSOR_I20
STEP_SINA
STEP_SINB
STEP_COSA
STEP_COSB
CONN_DC_OUTA1_F
DCM_OUTB1
VOS
I_DIG_SENSOR1
DIG_SENSOR_I1
GND
VCC
DCM_ENC4
DCM_OUTB3
DCM_OUTA3
DCM_ENC3
VCC
VCC
GND
GND
DCM_ENC2
DCM_OUTA2
DCM_OUTB2
GND
DIG_SENSOR_I10
VOS
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I19
I_DIG_SENSOR19
EL_SDA_LINE0
GND
EL_SCL_LINE0
VCC
DIG_SENSOR_I3
I_DIG_SENSOR3
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I16
I_DIG_SENSOR16
VOS
40p 90130 M

X
+DEV1

X
X
EE-SX4009-P1
Sensor-S20

BU
RD
WH
YE
BK
VT
RD
VT
BK
RD
BK
BK
A

S20
+XS12bXS12:7
+XS12bXS12:5
+XS12bXS12:6

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40

X
+DEV1

X
+DEV1

DEV/P11

1
2
3
BU3-EI

I/O 3

LD12 PCI bus status (yellow)


FireWire active.
LD13 FireWire Link (yellow)
LD14 FireWire Cable (yellow) FireWire cable connected.
LD15 CPU BUS Active (yellow)
When lit, FPGA is NOT configured --> ALARM.
LD16 CONFIG DONE (red)
LD17 .. 20 Software controllable LED's (yellow)

PS/P1:1
1
PS/P1:2
2
Key/P3:3
3
PS/P1:4
4
PS/P1:5
5
Key/P3:4
6
PS/P1:7
7
PS/P1:8
8
PS/P1:9
9
PS/P1:10
10
PS/P1:11
11
PS/P1:12
12
PS/P1:13
13
PS/P1:14
14
PS/P1:15
15
PS/P1:16
16
PS/P1:17, Key/P3:1
17
PS/P1:18, Key/P3:2
18
PS/P1:19
19
PS/P1:20
20
PS/P1:21
21
22
PS/P1:22
BU22-MINI-FIT-JR

S22
+XS13bXS13:8
+XS13bXS13:9
+XS13bXS13:10

Software controllable LED.


Software controllable LED.
Software controllable LED.
When lit, VCC Supply Voltage ok.
When lit, 3V3 Supply Voltage ok.
When lit, 1V8 Supply Voltage ok.
When lit, 1V8 DDR2 Supply Voltage ok.
When lit, VCORE Supply Voltage ok.
When lit, 1V2 Supply Voltage ok.

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

BK
BK

A344546. WIRE HARNESS ASSY (ENGINE)

FPGA LED1 (yellow)


FPGA LED2 (yellow)
FPGA LED3 (yellow)
VCC (green)
3V3 (green)
1V8 (green)
1V8 DDR2 (green)
VCORE (green)
1V2 (green)

DEV/P40:2
DEV/P40:1

RD
RD
RD
BK
BK
BK
VT
BK
BU
BU
BU
BK
BK
BK
VT
BK
YE
BK
WH
BK
GN
OG

7
9
11p PH

LD1
LD2
LD3
LD5
LD6
LD8
LD9
LD10
LD11

1
2
3
4

+XS13bXS13:6

LED functions on Thanos

X
X

DEV/P40
1
2

I/O 6

X
+KEY6

+XS13bXS13:5

+XS13bXS13:7

+XS13aXS13:11

Key6

P3

X
X
KH42KM2-851
Motor-M3
A

+XS12aXS12:12
+XS13aXS13:12

DEVIL 1.6

P42

1 GND
2 DIG_SENSOR_I32
3 GND
GND
5 DIG_SENSOR_I33
6 I_DIG_SENSOR33
VOS
8 DIG_SENSOR_I34
I_DIG_SENSOR34
VOS
I_DIG_SENSOR35
DIG_SENSOR_I35
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I36
I_DIG_SENSOR36
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I37
I_DIG_SENSOR37
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I38
I_DIG_SENSOR38
VOS
GND
DIG_SENSOR_I39
I_DIG_SENSOR39
VOS
ST26-90130

DEV/P42:2
DEV/P42:1
+XS12aXS12:11

1
2
3

1
2
3
BU3-EI

1 12V
2 GND
3 VCC
4 GND
BU4-MICFITG1
P337795

+XS13bXS13:4

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

VT

DEV/P42

Print drum drive

BU2-EI ST2-EI
2 2
1 1

BU
YE

M3

32
33
BU34-90142

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

A344567.0:2
A344567.0:1

RD

VT
BK

X
X
EE-SX4009-P1
Sensor-S9

S9
DEV/P20:40
DEV/P20:39
DEV/P20:38

OSB/P1:2
OSB/P1:1

X
X

X
X

RD
BK
VT

24
25
26
27
28
29
30

P41

GND
DIG_SENSOR_I30
GND
CONN_XX2
DIG_SENSOR_I29
I_DIG_SENSOR29
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I28
I_DIG_SENSOR28
VOS
I_DIG_SENSOR0
DIG_SENSOR_I0
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I2
I_DIG_SENSOR2
VOS
SW_FET_STATUS_I
CONN_2N641
NET33
GND
UP_SPARE3
CONN_2N644
UP_SPARE2
GND
DIG_SENSOR_I23
I_DIG_SENSOR23
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I22
I_DIG_SENSOR22
VOS
UP_SPARE1
DIG_SENSOR_I14
I_DIG_SENSOR14
VOS
ST34-90130

GND
DIG_SENSOR_I31
DCM_OUTA12
DCM_OUTB12
DCM_OUTA11
DCM_OUTB11
DCM_OUTA10
DCM_OUTB10
DCM_OUTA9
DCM_OUTB9
DCM_OUTA8
DCM_OUTB8
DCM_OUTA7
DCM_OUTB7
M3_A2
M3_A1
M3_B2
M3_B1
M8_A2
M8_A1
M8_B2
M8_B1
DCM_OUTA6
DCM_OUTB6
DIG_SENSOR_I11
GND
VOS
DIG_SENSOR_I24
I_DIG_SENSOR24
VOS
GND
EL_SDA_LINE1
VCC
EL_SCL_LINE1
ST34-90130

X
X

1
2
3
BU3-EI

X
X

A347061. WIRE HARNESS ASSY


(SPRING EXT.)

RD
BK
VT

RD

CDM

X
+DEV1

X
+DEV1
X
Devil1
DEVIL_L.DFB
BL5

X
X

P40

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34

F2

S21
+XS13bXS13:1
+XS13bXS13:2
+XS13bXS13:3

10" suspension position

X
X

I/O 4

BU
RD

A344546. WIRE HARNESS ASSY (ENGINE)

BU
RD
WH
YE
BK
VT
RD
VT
BK
RD
BK
VT
DEV/P40:19
DEV/P40:20
DEV/P40:21
DEV/P40:22
DEV/P41:11
DEV/P41:12
DEV/P41:13
DEV/P41:14
DEV/P41:15
DEV/P41:16
DEV/P42:3
DEV/P42:5

XS12

VT
BK

22

OSB/P1:8
+XS4aXS4:6
+XS4aXS4:3
+XS4aXS4:4
+XS1aXS1:5
+XS1aXS1:3
+XS1aXS1:4

RD WH BU

OG
YE
BU

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
ST12-70107

8
BU8-5102-N

GN

OSB/P1:7

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
BU12-70066

XS12

DEV/P20:6

YE

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

M8:5
M8:3
M8:9
M8:7
S20:2
S20:3
S20:1
S3:3
S3:2
S3:1
+XS12bXS12:12
+XS12bXS12:11

X
+XS12b

4
5

BK

BK
VT
BK
RD
VT
BK
RD

BK
BK
BK

SPRING EXTENSIONER (SUS)

M8

10
X
+DEV1

X
X

DEV/P20:18
DEV/P20:22
DEV/P20:20

1/8
2/8
3/8
4/8
5/8
6/8
7/8
8/8
ST8-5240

DEV/P20:4
DEV/P20:5

RD
BK

14" suspension position

TH

/Upper_pickup.3F

XS1

Fan-F2

4
5
6
ST6-EI

M1

M1
DEV/P20:3

X
X
M1
PK243-01A
Motor-M1

X
X

DEV/P41
DEV/P41:2
DEV/P41:1
+XS11bXS11:1
+XS11bXS11:2
+XS13aXS13:10
+XS13aXS13:9
+XS13aXS13:8
+XS13aXS13:3
+XS13aXS13:2
+XS13aXS13:1
+XS12aXS12:5
+XS12aXS12:6
+XS12aXS12:7
+XS12aXS12:8
+XS12aXS12:9
+XS12aXS12:10
OSB/P1:10
OSB/P1:5
OSB/P1:9
OSB/P1:6

BU
RD

DEV/P20:23
DEV/P20:24

M2
1
2

A344554. TPH POWER CABLE

1
2
3
4
5
6

X
X

*64

A344546. WIRE HARNESS ASSY (ENGINE)

X
X

OSB/P3

P3

1/1
P316768
RING-TERM-2.5-3.6
1/1

X
+OSB2

X
+OSB2

P2

1/1
P316768

X
X

OSB/P2

RING-TERM-2.5-3.6
1/1

BN
BK
BU
BK
BK
GY

DEV/P41:18
DEV/P41:20
DEV/P41:22
DEV/P41:24
DEV/P41:19
DEV/P41:17

X
+OSB2

P1

1 I_DIG_SENSOR14
2 DIG_SENSOR_I14
X
X
5 CONN_2N641
6 GND
7 CONN_2N644
8 GND
9 NET33
10 SW_FET_STATUS_I
BU10-90142
ST10-90130

X
X

OSB/P1

DEV/P41:33
DEV/P41:32

BU
RD

BK
VT

A344546. WIRE HARNESS ASSY (ENGINE)

X
X

RD
BK
BU
OG
YE
BU

RD
BK
VT
RD
BU
YE
WH
RD
BK
VT
BK
BK

/Output_asm.3H

XS2 & XS3

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+XS5bXS5:7
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+XS3aXS3:19
+XS3aXS3:18
+XS2aXS2:6
+XS2aXS2:5
+XS2aXS2:4
+XS2aXS2:2
+XS2aXS2:1
+XS2aXS2:3
+XS5bXS5:2
+XS5bXS5:1
+XS5bXS5:3
+XS3aXS3:16
+XS3aXS3:17
+XS3aXS3:15
+XS5bXS5:5
+XS5bXS5:4
+XS5bXS5:6
S7:3
S7:2
S7:1
DEV/P1:38
DEV/P1:37
+XS2aXS2:19
+XS3aXS3:22

BK
OG
RD
WH
BK
BN
+XS2aXS2:13
+XS2aXS2:11
+XS2aXS2:12
+XS2aXS2:14
S8/7:1
S8/8:1
BK
BK
BN
BK
VT
BK
RD
VT
BK
RD
BK
VT
RD
VT
BK
RD
GY
BN
BK
BK

GN
RD

RD
BK
VT

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

1
2
3
4
5
6

X
X

DEV/P1

Suspension motor

P43

*64 [41]
BU64_IDC
64p Extractor

X
X

WH

X
X
KH42KM2-851
Motor-M8

X
+DEV1

REM_ONOFF+
REM_ONOFFGND
VPS_POW_RESET_OC
VPS_SHUTDOWN_
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P_24V
P_24V
GND
GND
VCC
VPS_RXDVPS_TXD+
GND
14p MiniFit Jr M

X
X

1/4
2/4
3/4
4/4
P316801

X
X

1
2
3
4
BU4-MINI-FIT-JR

X
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12

P6

OSB/P6
XS6a:5
XS6a:4
XS6a:2
XS6a:1

S8/8
1/1
6.3mm isolation (clear)

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[30] *50
50P

X
X

XS13

DEV/P43
TH/P1

OSB2

RD
BK
VT

S21:1
1
2
S21:2
3
S21:3
4
M3:3
5
M3:5
6
M3:7
7
M3:9
8
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9
S22:2
10
S22:3
11
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12
+XS13bXS13:11
BU12-70066

11

X
X

TPH positioning motor

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
ST12-70107

ASSY S4 BRACKET (FRA)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

RD
RD
BU
BN

X
X
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Motor-M2

XS13

Input sensor TPH

BK

X
+XS13a

X
X

S8/7

A344551. WIRE HARNESS ASSY (OUTPUT)

BU

DEV/P41:10
DEV/P41:9
DEV/P41:8
DEV/P40:16
DEV/P40:15
DEV/P40:18
DEV/P40:17
DEV/P41:7
DEV/P41:6
DEV/P41:5
DEV/P42:8
DEV/P42:6

X
S8
X
X

RD
VT
BK

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+XS5aXS5:5
+XS5aXS5:4

X
X

RD
BK
VT
RD
BU
YE
WH
RD
BK
VT
VT
BK

RD
BK
VT

3
2
1
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DEV/P1:36
DEV/P1:35
DEV/P1:34

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X
X

X
X
X
OSB2
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BL19

BK
VT
RD
BK
VT
RD
BK
VT

DEV/P1:26
DEV/P1:25
DEV/P1:27
DEV/P1:32
DEV/P1:31
DEV/P1:33
DEV/P1:15
DEV/P1:14

A340530.0 NAIS AGX226


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1
2
3
BU3-EI

1/1
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XS5

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DEV/P20:7

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BU8-EI

A355645. TPH DATA CABLE

F1 Fan-F1

ST2-MINI-FIT-JR BU2-MINI-FIT-JR
2 2
A329002.1:2
1 1
A329002.1:1

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RD

A329002.1
X
F1
X
X

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1/10
2/10
3/10
4/10
5/10
6/10
7/10
8/10
9/10
10/10

X
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X
X

1/10
2/10
3/10
4/10
5/10
6/10
7/10
8/10
9/10
10/10

TH/P3

RD
RD

BN
BU

A347112. OSB-HEATER CABLE

TPH fan

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ST8-EI

XS5

S4:1
S4:2
S4:3
S13:1
S13:2
S13:3
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+XS5aXS5:7

X
X

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X
X

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Sensor-S12:3

XS6b

4 4
5 5
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X
X

1 1
2 2

X
X

XS6a

OSB/P6:4
OSB/P6:3
BN
BU

A344546. WIRE HARNESS ASSY (ENGINE)

10

A344559. WIRE HARNESS ASSY


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X
X
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BK
VT
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BK
VT
RD
VT
VT

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X
X

1
2
3
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RD

X
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X
A6
X

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11

P3

ST1

1/4
2/4
3/4
4/4
ST4-MO53261-SMD

1
2
3
4
BU4-51021

X
X
EE-SX4009-P1
Sensor-S7

RD
VT
BK

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X
X
X
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A000000. Thermal Head Assembly
BL11

A339844.

X
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X
X

IFE#5

X
X

S4
3
2
1
BU3-EI

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Sensor-S12

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BU

12

OG
RD
BK
WH

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3
2
1

CABLED HEATER FOIL (ELE)

A5

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
BU14-MINI-FIT-JR

BN

X
X
OS-5101-H
Sensor-S4

X
X

Overheat
sensor

3,3V (green)
Led on: Output 1 OK.

APPR.

NORM

L.Tibos

IDX

Change-NR

DATE

F
NAME

USER

DATE

NAME

27/11/2003

L.Tibos

WIRING DIAGRAM Drystar AXYS


MAIN PAGE
Sheet name:

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F1016121.1
01-2011
03-2011

Project
5367
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Document No: DD+DIS274.07M

Drystar AXYS
AXYS / CRYSTAL-M IMAGER
Type 5367/100/300

CONFIDENTIALITY NOTE:
Use, dissemination, distribution or reproduction of this document by unauthorized personnel is not permitted and may be unlawful.
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Agfa Company Confidential

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Copyright 2013 Agfa HealthCare N.V.

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Manufacturer
Agfa HealthCare N.V
Published by
Agfa-Gevaert HealthCare GmbH
Tegernseer Landstrae 161
D - 81539 Mnchen
Germany
Copyright 2013 Agfa HealthCare N.V.
All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.
AGFA and the Agfa-Rhombus are trademarks of Agfa HealthCare N.V., Belgium,
or its affiliates.

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1) Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document
(see Agfa HealthCare Library > General Info > Agfa HealthCare > Publications >
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.
(2) Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and on
the product.

WARNING:
Hazards may be introduced because of component failure or improper
operation.
INSTRUCTION:

Replace defective parts with Agfa HealthCare original spare parts.


Use only tools and measuring instruments which are suitable for the procedure.
Only approved Agfa HealthCare accessories must be used. For a list of
compatible accessories contact your local Agfa HealthCare organization or
www.agfa.com.

NOTE:
To verify the latest version of a chapter of the Service Manuals refer to the "Checklist
for Completeness" in the Agfa HealthCare Library.

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Document History
Edition,
Revision

Release
Date

Changes compared to previous Version 1.2

1.3

09-2013

New type CRYSTAL-M IMAGER available


Index of Spare Parts Numbers updated.
RF+ numbers added

DISCLAIMER:
Actual delivered spare parts may differ (in appearance) from the images shown and/or
ordered spare parts.
The codes of the ordered spare parts can vary from the code of the delivered spare parts.
Agfa HealthCare warrants that the delivered spare parts have at least the same functionalities.
Agfa HealthCare reserves the right to deliver compatible or alternative spare parts.
Prices may differ from the original order as these spare parts will be invoiced at current prices.
NOTE:
Repaired Spare Parts are indicated with Prefix RF+.

NOTE:
Recycling of the electronic and electrical waste equipment will ensure safety of the human
health and the environment.
For information about electronic and electrical waste equipment disposal, recovery and
collection points, please contact your local waste disposal service or the producer / distributor
of this equipment.
If your equipment contains removable batteries or accumulators please dispose of these
separately according to local regulations.

Contact
Spare Parts ordering

Spare Parts returns

Europe:

Orderprocessing-europe@matrium.net

Overseas:

Orderprocessing-overseas@matrium.net

Worldwide:

Returns@matrium.net

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Contents

VERKLEIDUNG
COVERS
REVTEMENT
PAGES 6 - 9

LEISTUNGSEINHEIT
POWER UNIT
MODULE DE PUISSANCE
PAGES 18 - 19

ANTRIEB LINKS
DRIVE LEFT
ENTRANEMENT GAUCHE
PAGES 12 - 13

ANTRIEB
DRIVE
ENTRANEMENT
PAGES 10 - 11

ANTRIEB / LEISTUNGSEINHEIT
DRIVE / POWER UNIT
ENTRANEMENT / MODULE DE PUISSANCE
PAGES 14 - 17

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How to navigate the Spare Parts List online with the


Acrobat Reader
(1)
(2)

Open Bookmarks.

(3)
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See overview of the modules.

(5)

Appropriate page opens.

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Click on requested module.

navigate back to the overview


of the modules.

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FILMAUSGABE (ROHS)
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CM+3492812

OBERE & HINTERE OBERE VERKLEIDUNG (ROHS)


TOP COVER & REAR TOP COVER ASSY (ROHS)
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CM+3433741

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HANDGRIFFE (ROHS)
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POIGNEE (ROHS)

CM+3392471

VERBINDUNGSSTECKER 12-POLIG (2 STCK) (ROHS)


CONNECTOR 12P (SET OF 2) (ROHS)
CONNECTEUR 12P (JEU DE 2) (ROHS)

CM+6052740

VERBINDUNGSSTECKER 10P
CONNECTOR 10P
CONNECTEUR 10P

CM+3392676

RF TAG READER (ROHS)


RF TAG READER ASSY (ROHS)
DISPOSITIF DE LECTURE DES TIQUETTES (ROHS)

CM+3492663

UNTERE ABLAGE W/O TAG (ROHS) (MOD 02)


LOWER TRAY W/O TAG (ROHS) (MOD 02)
RECEPTACLE EN TOLE EN BAS W/O TAG (ROHS) (MOD 02)

10

CM+3492673

OBERE ABLAGE W/O TAG (ROHS) (MOD 01)


UPPER TRAY W/O TAG (ROHS) (MOD 01)
RECEPTACLE EN TOLE EN HAUT W/O TAG (ROHS) (MOD 01)

11

CM+6044440

GLIDING LABEL - SIEHE SERVICE BULLETIN NO. 21


GLIDING LABEL - SEE SERVICE BULLETIN NO. 21
GLIDING LABEL - VOIR AU SERVICE BULLETIN NO. 21

TASTATUR / ANZEIGEMODUL (ROHS) (MOD 10)


KEYPAD / DISPLAY MODULE (ROHS) (MOD 10)
CLAVIER / MODULE AFFICHEUR (ROHS) (MOD 10)

= Assembly
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DD+DIS274.07M

02*
01*
04*

02*

03
(MOD 10)
04*

11
10
(MOD 01)

07
06
05*

06
04*
09
(MOD 02)

08

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DD+DIS274.07M
Pos. Nr. Teile-Nr.
Item No. Part No.
Pos. no. Nr. de Ref.

Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+3492831

FILMAUSGABE (ROHS)
OUTPUT TRAY (ROHS)
RECEPTACLE FILM (ROHS)

CM+6073890

OBERE & HINTERE OBERE VERKLEIDUNG


TOPCOVER & REAR TOP COVER ASSY
COUVERCLE EN HAUT

CM+3433741

CM+6073900

LINKE, RECHTE & VORDERE ABDECKUNG


LEFT, RIGHT & FRONT COVER
COUVERCLE AVANT, GAUCHE & DROIT

CM+3492841

HANDGRIFFE (ROHS)
HAND GRIPS (ROHS)
POIGNEE (ROHS)

CM+3392471

VERBINDUNGSSTECKER 12-POLIG (2 STCK) (ROHS)


CONNECTOR 12P (SET OF 2) (ROHS)
CONNECTEUR 12P (JEU DE 2) (ROHS)

CM+6052740

VERBINDUNGSSTECKER 10P
CONNECTOR 10P
CONNECTEUR 10P

CM+3392676

RF TAG READER (ROHS)


RF TAG READER ASSY (ROHS)
DISPOSITIF DE LECTURE DES TIQUETTES (ROHS)

CM+3492663

UNTERE ABLAGE W/O TAG (ROHS) (MOD 02)


LOWER TRAY W/O TAG (ROHS) (MOD 02)
RECEPTACLE EN TOLE EN BAS W/O TAG (ROHS) (MOD 02)

10

CM+3492673

OBERE ABLAGE W/O TAG (ROHS) (MOD 01)


UPPER TRAY W/O TAG (ROHS) (MOD 01)
RECEPTACLE EN TOLE EN HAUT W/O TAG (ROHS) (MOD 01)

11

CM+6044440

GLIDING LABEL - SIEHE SERVICE BULLETIN NO. 21


GLIDING LABEL - SEE SERVICE BULLETIN NO. 21
GLIDING LABEL - VOIR AU SERVICE BULLETIN NO. 21

TASTATUR / ANZEIGEMODUL (ROHS) (MOD 10)


KEYPAD / DISPLAY MODULE (ROHS) (MOD 10)
CLAVIER / MODULE AFFICHEUR (ROHS) (MOD 10)

= Assembly
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DD+DIS274.07M

04
11
03
(MOD 16)
10

08
01
(MOD 06)

12
09
(MOD 11)

02
(MOD 03)

02
(MOD 04)

06
(MOD 13)
07

05
(MOD 14)

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DD+DIS274.07M
Pos. Nr. Teile-Nr.
Item No. Part No.
Pos. no. Nr. de Ref.

Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+3492725

AUSGABEMODUL (ROHS) (MOD 06)


OUTPUT MODULE (ROHS) (MOD 06)
MODULE DE SORTIE (ROHS) (MOD 06)

CM+3492688

AUFNAHMEMODUL (ROHS) (MOD 03,04)


PICK UP MODULE (ROHS) (MOD 03,04)
MODULE DE RCEPTION (ROHS) (MOD 03,04)

CM+3492732

TPH KHLGEBLSE (ROHS) (MOD 16)


TPH COOLING FAN (ROHS) (MOD 16)
VENTILATEUR TPH (ROHS) (MOD 16)

CM+3433501

MODUL 'TPH FILTER' (ROHS)


TPH FILTER MODULE (ROHS)
MODULE FILTRE TPH (ROHS)

CM+3492696

GETRIEBE & RIEMEN (ROHS) (MOD 14)


GEAR BOX & BELT (ROHS) (MOD 14)
ENGRENAGE & COURROIE (ROHS) (MOD 14)

CM+3492762

NOCKENWELLENANTRIEBSMODUL (ROHS) (MOD 13)


CAM DRIVE MODUL (ROHS) (MOD 13)
MODULE D'ENTRANENMENT (ROHS) (MOD 13)

CM+3492872

TPH FLACHKABEL (ROHS)


TPH FLAT CABLE (ROHS)
CABLE PLAT TPH (ROHS)

CM+3097371

FILMSENSOR (ROHS) - (S5)


FILM SENSOR (ROHS) - (S5)
DETECTEUR FILM (ROHS) - (S5)

CM+3492803

EINGABESENSORMODUL (ROHS) (MOD 11)


INPUT SENSOR MODULE (ROHS) (MOD 11)
MODULE CAPTEURS D'ENTRE (ROHS) (MOD 11)

10

CM+3617033

UPGRADE KIT, OBERE AUFNHAMEEINHEIT (SB10 - DD+DIS200.10)


UPPER PU UPGRADE KIT (SB10 - DD+DIS200.10)
UNITE DE RECEPTION SUPERIEURE, KIT DE CONVERSION (SB10 - DD+DIS200.10)

11

CM+6007170

OBERE / UNTERE AUFNAHMEEINHEIT, ACHSE D=24MM (SB10 - DD+DIS200.10)


UPPER / LOWER PICKUP UNIT, SHAFT D=24MM (SB10 - DD+DIS200.10)
UNITE DE RECEPTION SUPERIEURE / INFERIEURE, AXE D=24MM (SB10 - DD+DIS200.10)

12

CM+6040160

HAKEN (ROHS)
HOOK (ROHS)
CROCHET (ROHS)

= Assembly
* = Spare Part standardly is not kept in stock, extended delivery time is possible.
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03

07 (S9)

04

05
(MOD 15)

01
(MOD 17)
02
(MOD 07)

06

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DD+DIS274.07M
Pos. Nr. Teile-Nr.
Item No. Part No.
Pos. no. Nr. de Ref.

Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+3392173

PUMPEN- UND VENTILBAUGRUPPE (ROHS) (MOD 17)


PUMP & VALVES ASSY (ROHS) (MOD 17)
ENSEMBLE POMPES ET VALVES (ROHS) (MOD 17)

CM+3492702

WALZENANTRIEBSMODUL (ROHS) (MOD 07)


DRUM DRIVE MODULE (ROHS) (MOD 07)
MODULE D'ENTRANEMENT DU CYLINDRE (ROHS) (MOD 07)

CM+3492711

DRUCKTROMMEL (ROHS)
PRINT DRUM MODULE (ROHS)
TAMBOUR D'IMPRESSION (ROHS)

CM+3433521

HAUPTANTRIEBSRAD & WALZENANTRIEBSRIEMEN (ROHS)


MAIN DRIVE PULLEY & DRUM BELT (ROHS)
ROUE D'ENTRANEMENT & COURROIES D'ENTRANEMENT DU TAMBOUR (ROHS)

CM+3492742

ANTRIEBSMODUL (ROHS) (MOD 15)


SUSPENSION DRIVE MODULE (ROHS) (MOD 15)
MODULE D'ENTRANEMENT (ROHS) (MOD 15)

CM+3433751

OSB PCB (ROHS)


OSB PCB (ROHS)
OSB PCB (ROHS)

CM+3097911

LICHTSCHRANKE (ROHS) - (S9)


LIGHT BARRIER (ROHS) - (S9)
PHOTO CELLULE (ROHS) - (S9)

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DD+DIS274.07M

01
(MOD 05)
02

03
(MOD 20)

UP TO SN3671

09

05

04
(MOD 08)

06
(MOD 12)
07* (MOD 18)
08 (MOD 18)
* IN COMBINATION WITH
THANOS BOARD ONLY

EXCEPTIONS CONCERNING
INTRODUCED HARDWARE
SEE SIB13 DD+DIS341.10E

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DD+DIS274.07M
Pos. Nr. Teile-Nr.
Item No. Part No.
Pos. no. Nr. de Ref.

Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+3585782

THERMODRUCKKOPF DS AXYS (MOD 05)


THERMAL HEAD DS AXYS (MOD 05)
TETE D'IMPRESSION THERMIQUE (MOD 05)

CM+3492773

NOCKENWELLENANTRIEB (ROHS)
CAM DRIVE SHAFT (ROHS)
ENTRAINEMENT A CAME (ROHS)

CM+3433401

VILIS KHLGEBLSE (MOD 20)


VILIS COOLING FAN (MOD 20)
VENTILATEUR VILIS (MOD 20)

CM+6037363

DEVIL / THEMIS (THANOS) / RAM REPLACEMENT ASSY (MOD 08) - BIS FN3671 (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)
DEVIL / THEMIS (THANOS) / RAM REPLACEMENT ASSY (MOD 08) - UP TO SN3671 (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)
DEVIL / THEMIS (THANOS) / RAM REPLACEMENT ASSY (MOD 08) - JUSQU'AU NS3671 (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)

CM+6037350

DEVIL REPLACEMENT ASSY - BIS FN3671


DEVIL REPLACEMENT ASSY - UP TO SN3671
DEVIL REPLACEMENT ASSY - JUSQU'AU NS3671

CM+6039154

TYNDALL PCB (WITH FW) + DDR2 RAM MODULE (MOD 12) - (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)
TYNDALL PCB (WITH FW) + DDR2 RAM MODULE (MOD 12) - (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)
TYNDALL PCB (WITH FW) + DDR2 RAM MODULE (MOD 12) - (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)

RF+6039153

TYNDALL PCB (WITH FW)+ RAM (MOD 12) - (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)
TYNDALL PCB (WITH FW)+ RAM (MOD 12) - (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)
TYNDALL PCB (WITH FW)+ RAM (MOD 12) - (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)

CM+3585810

512MB DDR2 SDRAM MODUL (MOD 18) - BIS FN3671


512MB DDR2 SDRAM MODULE (MOD 18) - UP TO SN3671
512MB DDR2 SDRAM MODULE (MOD 18) - JUSQU'AU NS3671

CM+6009751

512MB DDR2 RAM (MOD 18) - AB FN3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)


512MB DDR2 RAM (MOD 18) - FROM SN3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)
512MB DDR2 RAM (MOD 18) - A PARTIR DE NS3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)

CM+3433562

COMPACT FLASH KARTE 1GB (ROHS)


COMPACT FLASH CARD 1GB (ROHS)
CARTE COMPACT FLASH 1GB (ROHS)

= Assembly
* = Spare Part standardly is not kept in stock, extended delivery time is possible.
99 = Spare Part is not shown in Exploded Views.

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DD+DIS274.07M

01
(MOD 05)
02
03
(MOD 20)

FROM SN3672
08

09

05

04
(MOD 08)

07
(MOD 18)
06 (MOD 12)

EXCEPTIONS CONCERNING
INTRODUCED HARDWARE
SEE SIB13 DD+DIS341.10E

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DD+DIS274.07M
Pos. Nr. Teile-Nr.
Item No. Part No.
Pos. no. Nr. de Ref.

Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+3585782

THERMODRUCKKOPF DS AXYS (MOD 05)


THERMAL HEAD DS AXYS (MOD 05)
TETE D'IMPRESSION THERMIQUE (MOD 05)

CM+3492773

NOCKENWELLENANTRIEB (ROHS)
CAM DRIVE SHAFT (ROHS)
ENTRAINEMENT A CAME (ROHS)

CM+3433401

VILIS KHLGEBLSE (MOD 20)


VILIS COOLING FAN (MOD 20)
VENTILATEUR VILIS (MOD 20)

CM+6009788

DEVIUS / TYNDALL / RAM MODUL (MOD 08) - AB FN3672 (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)
DEVIUS / TYNDALL / RAM MODULE (MOD 08) - FROM SN3672 (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)
MODULE DEVIUS / TYNDALL / RAM (MOD 08) - A PARTIR DE NS3672 (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)

RF+6009787

DEVIUS / TYNDALL / RAM MODUL (MOD 08) - AB FN3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)
DEVIUS / TYNDALL / RAM MODULE (MOD 08) - FROM SN3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)
MODULE DEVIUS / TYNDALL / RAM (MOD 08) - A PARTIR DE NS3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)

CM+6009763

DEVIUS PCB - AB FN3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)


DEVIUS PCB - FROM SN3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)
DEVIUS PCB - A PARTIR DE NS3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)

RF+6009763

DEVIUS PCB - AB FN3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)


DEVIUS PCB - FROM SN3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)
DEVIUS PCB - A PARTIR DE NS3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)

CM+6039154

TYNDALL PCB (WITH FW) + DDR2 RAM MODULE (MOD 12) - (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)
TYNDALL PCB (WITH FW) + DDR2 RAM MODULE (MOD 12) - (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)
TYNDALL PCB (WITH FW) + DDR2 RAM MODULE (MOD 12) - (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)

RF+6039153

TYNDALL PCB (WITH FW)+ RAM (MOD 12) - (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)
TYNDALL PCB (WITH FW)+ RAM (MOD 12) - (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)
TYNDALL PCB (WITH FW)+ RAM (MOD 12) - (SW >= 2.3.0 C2)

CM+6009751

512MB DDR2 RAM (MOD 18) - AB FN3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)


512MB DDR2 RAM (MOD 18) - FROM SN3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)
512MB DDR2 RAM (MOD 18) - A PARTIR DE NS3672 (SW >= 2.1.X)

CM+3433562

COMPACT FLASH KARTE 1GB (ROHS)


COMPACT FLASH CARD 1GB (ROHS)
CARTE COMPACT FLASH 1GB (ROHS)

CM+3492872

TPH FLACHKABEL (ROHS)


TPH FLAT CABLE (ROHS)
CABLE PLAT TPH (ROHS)

= Assembly
* = Spare Part standardly is not kept in stock, extended delivery time is possible.
99 = Spare Part is not shown in Exploded Views.

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01
(MOD 09)

07

08

07

02, 03

04
05
06

Name
Quantity
Female vacuum connector
2
Shaft holder left
(Vertical Alignment)

Gear Box Spring

Shaft holder right


(Vertical Alignment)

Male
vacuum
connector

Guide Latch
(Vertical Alignment)

Female
vacuum
connector

Male vacuum connector


Guide latch
(Vertical Alignment)
Gear box spring
Gear box belt

2
2

Purpose
Vacuum connector inside printer.
Counterpart to male vacuum connector at pickup module.
Vacuum connector at pickup module
Vertical alignment guide latch (left and right hand side)

1
1

Tension spring for gear box belt


Belt for gear box

Gear Box Belt

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DD+DIS274.07M
Pos. Nr. Teile-Nr.
Item No. Part No.
Pos. no. Nr. de Ref.

Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+3492784

NETZTEIL - ROHS (MOD 09)


POWER SUPPLY - ROHS (MOD 09)
ALIMENTATION - ROHS (MOD 09)

CM+3260514

SCSI HARDDISK 73GB (ROHS) - BIS FN3671


SCSI HARDDISK 73GB (ROHS) - UP TO SN3671
SCSI HARDDISK 73GB (ROHS) - JUSQU'AU NS3671

CM+6009731

SATA HARDDISK - AB FN3672


SATA HARDDISK - FROM SN3672
SATA HARDDISK - A PARTIR DE NS3672

CM+3392031

SCSI HARDDISK KABEL (ROHS) - BIS FN3671


SCSI HARDDISK CABLE (ROHS) - UP TO SN3671
CABLE SCSI HARDDISK (ROHS) - JUSQU'AU NS3671

CM+6009740

SATA HARDDISK KABEL - AB FN3672


SATA HARDDISK CABLE - FROM SN3672
CABLE SATA HARDDISK - A PARTIR DE NS3672

CM+3492881

EINZELTEIL KIT (ROHS)


SMALL COMPONENTS KIT (ROHS)
KIT PIECES DETACHEES (ROHS)

CM+3392471

VERBINDUNGSSTECKER 12-POLIG (2 STCK) (ROHS)


CONNECTOR 12P (SET OF 2) (ROHS)
CONNECTEUR 12P (JEU DE 2) (ROHS)

CM+6052740

VERBINDUNGSSTECKER 10P
CONNECTOR 10P
CONNECTEUR 10P

= Assembly
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DD+DIS274.07M

Type Overview
This spare parts list is valid for the following machine type(s):
Type Number

Specification

Drystar AXYS

5367/0100

EYZ4E

CRYSTAL-M IMAGER

5367/0300

5YGOF

Device Name

Accessory Overview
Following accesssories are separately available:
Accessory

Order Number

MOBILE KIT

EX2DV

MAMMO LICENCE

EY8RN

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Chapter 8

HEALTHCARE

Manufacturing Standard
Modifications

Imaging Services

Document No: DD+DIS127.08E

DRYSTAR AXYS
Type 5367/100

Purpose of this Document


This document provides an overview of all product modifications which may be of
importance for Service. They are listed in chronological sequence.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes:

1.0

05-2008

Initial version

Referenced Documents
Document

Title

n.a.

n.a.

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Copyright 2008 Agfa HealthCare N.V.

DD+DIS127.08E

Manufacturing Standard Modifications

Manufacturer
Agfa HealthCare N.V.
Publisher
Agfa-Gevaert HealthCare GmbH
Tegernseer Landstrae 161
D - 81539 Mnchen
Germany
Copyright 2008 Agfa HealthCare N.V.
All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.
AGFA and the Agfa-Rhombus are trademarks of Agfa HealthCare N.V.

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and on
the product.

NOTE:
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Document Type Order List in the GSO library.

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OVERVIEW OF MODIFICATIONS:

Timeline

Modification

Referenced Documents

2008
March Introduction of Upper Pickup Modification Kit
incl. Software 1.6.1_C1

February Changed Compact Flash Card 128 MB


CM+343356.1 to 1 GB

SB No. 02
DD+DIS037.08E

Enclosure:
DD+DIS399.08E

None

2007
December Changed Input Sensor Module

None

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Changed Input Sensor Module CM+349280.1


Reason

Improvement of production process

Product(s) &
Serial
Number(s)

SN 1069 / December 2007

Part
Number(s)

Input Sensor Module CM+349280.2

Referenced
Document(s)

None

Changed Compact Flash Card 128 MB CM+343356.1 to 1 GB


Reason

Change of type of compact flash card for printer backup due to


purchasing reasons.

Product(s) &
Serial
Number(s)

Printers and spare parts delivered as of February 2008

Part
Number(s)

Compact Flash 1 GB, CM+343356.2

Referenced
Document(s)

None

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Manufacturing Standard Modifications

Introduction of Upper Pickup Modification Kit


incl. Software 1.6.1_C1
Reason

Improvement of film run

Product(s) &
Serial
Number(s)

The Upper Pickup Modification Kit was introduced in


production as of SN 1188.

Software 1.6.1_C1 was introduced in production as of SN


1188, plus SNs 1066, 1161, 1172, 1173, 1176, 1178 /
March 2008

Part
Number(s)

Upper Pickup Modification Kit, CM+361703.0

Referenced
Document(s)

SB No. 02 DD+DIS037.08E

Enclosure Upper Pickup Modification Kit DD+DIS399.08E

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Maintenance

WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and
on the product.

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Purpose of this document


This document describes all routines and tests to be carried out during maintenance.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes

1.0

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Initial Version

Referenced Documents
Document

Title

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List of contents

INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................6
1.1

Maintenance Frequency ...........................................................................................................6

1.2

Required Time...........................................................................................................................6

1.3

Required Tools..........................................................................................................................6

1.4

Required Cleaning Material ......................................................................................................7

1.5

Required Spare Parts ...............................................................................................................7

DIAGNOSTICS .........................................................................................................................8
2.1

Questioning of the Customer ....................................................................................................8

2.2

Infocounter Analysis..................................................................................................................8

2.2.1

Infocounter Analysis via printed Infocounter on Film ................................................................8

2.2.2

Infocounter Analysis via Printers Infocounters Report..............................................................9

2.2.3

Infocounter analysis via Service Command Session................................................................9

2.2.4

How to evaluate the Infocounter .............................................................................................11

2.3

Image Quality Check...............................................................................................................12

MAINTENANCE POINTS - POWER OFF ..............................................................................13


3.1

Check of general Condition.....................................................................................................13

3.2

Check of Condition of Belts and Gears...................................................................................13

3.3

Visual Check of the Cables.....................................................................................................14

3.4

Cleaning of the Suction Cups .................................................................................................14

3.5

Cleaning of Electronics Compartment ....................................................................................14

3.6

Cleaning of Power Supply Air Inlet .........................................................................................15

3.7

Check and Cleaning of Drum..................................................................................................15

3.8

Cleaning of Thermal Print Head..............................................................................................16

3.9

Electrical Check ......................................................................................................................17

3.9.1

Basic Protective Earth Test.....................................................................................................17

3.9.2

Electrical Check according to National Regulations. ..............................................................18

MAINTENANCE POINTS - POWER ON ................................................................................19


4.1

Smart Profile Calibration .........................................................................................................19

4.2

Check of Safety Switch ...........................................................................................................21


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4.3

SW Patch Installation..............................................................................................................21

4.4

Film Calibration .......................................................................................................................21

4.5

Density Reproduction Check ..................................................................................................22

4.6

Test Image Evaluation ............................................................................................................24

4.7

Host System Image Quality Check .........................................................................................24

COMPLETION OF THE MAINTENANCE...............................................................................25


5.1

Backup Data on CF Card........................................................................................................25

5.2

Reset of Maintenance Action counters and relative Counters in the Infocounter...................26

5.3

Customer Conversation ..........................................................................................................26

MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST............................................................................................................1

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Introduction
The maintenance steps described in this document are based on the technically
required measures to guarantee the proper operation of the printer.
The maintenance points have been arranged in a chronologically suitable order to
make the work routines as efficient as possible. The sequence of the maintenance
points in the checklist (see appendix) is identical with the maintenance instructions.
Additional maintenance steps can be required according to national regulations.

1.1

Maintenance Frequency
The maintenance has to be carried out:

1.2

every 25.000 printed films, or

every 12 months, whichever comes first.

Required Time

1.3

Time required for the maintenance: 2 hours,

Required Tools
Description

Order Number / Comment

Calibrated densitometer

recommended types are

MacBeth TR-924

X-Rite 301

X-Rite 310

X-Rite 331

X-Rite 341

Gretag D200-2
commercially available
commercially available
CM+9.9579.9904.0
For Service PC specifications refer to chapter 3.2, Tools.
Density reproduction check files are available via MEDNET,
GSO Library
commercially available
CM+9.9999.0830.0

Flash light
Multimeter
Loupe 8x
Service PC with Drystar
Density Reproduction
Check files
Waterproof pen
Wrist strap

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1.4

1.5

Maintenance

Required Cleaning Material


Cleaning material

Order Number

Isopropyl alcohol or Ethanol

Commercially available

Lint free cloth

Commercially available

Ink eraser 'Pelikan'

10+9.9999.1176.0

Vacuum cleaner; 220/240V, 50Hz

CM+9.9999.0895.0

Dirt bags for vacuum cleaner (10 x)

CM+9 9999 0896 0

Required Spare Parts


The following spare parts are part of the Maintenance-assortment
CM+0 5367 0999 733
Description

Order Number

Case of Exchange/ Usage

Air Filter

CM+343350.X

Exchange each maintenance

NOTE:
Always have the latest Drystar Axys software patches available on the Service PC.
Depending of the urgency and classification of a software patch it might be necessary
to update the printer software.

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Diagnostics
The diagnostics before the maintenance comprise following tasks:
Task

2.1

Questioning of the Customer

2.1

Infocounter Analysis

2.2

Image Quality Check

2.3

Questioning of the Customer

2.2

Details see..

Ask the customer for any problem that appeared since the last maintenance.

Infocounter Analysis
Three possibilities exist to get access to the infocounter (see also Figure 3):

Access to the infocounter ...

Refer to ...

Via printed infocounter on film

2.2.1

Via Printers Infocounters Report

2.2.2

Via Service Command session

2.2.3

NOTE:
We recommend to use for Infocounter Analysis method A, 'Via printed infocounter on
film', as this is the fastest way to access the infocounter.
2.2.1

Infocounter Analysis via printed Infocounter on Film


Required Tools

none
(1)

On the local keypad select key-operator menu "Service Actions - Print


Infocounters": A film will be printed with the infocounter data

(2)

Analyze the infocounter as described in section 2.2.4

NOTE:
The infocounter is best readable if printed on a 14x17" film.
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2.2.2

Infocounter Analysis via Printers Infocounters Report


Required Tools
Service PC, required to connect to the printer and analyze the infocounter.

(1)

2.2.3

Maintenance

Connect the Service PC to the


network. For details see chapter 3.2,
Machine specific tools

(2)

Start the browser (Internet Explorer


5)

(3)

Enter the IP address of the printer in


the address window.

(4)

Select menu "Service Engineer


Tools - Printer Infocounters Report"

(5)

Analyze the infocounter file as


described in section 2.2.4,
How to evaluate the Infocounter

Service PC

Printer

536632el.cdr

Figure 1

Infocounter Analysis via Service Command Session


Required Tools
Service PC, required to connect to the printer and analyze the infocounter

(1)

Connect the Service PC to the


network

(2)

Start the browser (Internet Explorer


5)

(3)

Enter the IP address of the printer in


the address window.

(4)

Select menu "Service Engineer


Tools - Enter Service Command
Session - 7 Service Actions - 5
Logging - 2 Infocounters"

Service PC

Printer

536632el.cdr

Figure 2

(5)

Save the infocounter file to the service PC or the CF card.

(6)

Unzip the infocounters ZIP file

(7)

Analyze the infocounter.txt file as described in section 2.2.4,


How to evaluate the Infocounter

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Three ways to get Access to the Infocounter

7 Service Actions

Print Infocounters

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

SERVICE TOOLS
HOME

7 Service Actions
5 Logging
2. Infocounters

General information
List of errors
Printer Infocounters report
DICOM, LPD and HIPAA report
QA Report Page
Software versions
Remote sessions
Show printer status
Enter key-operator command session
Enter service command session
Release remote command session

Scalingtools
Setup
Connectivity
DICOM profile editor
Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer
LPD Profile Editor
Network configuration
Printqueue editor
Service - Loggings
Controller logging
1. To printer flash card
Modules
2. To this computer
Module
repair
Go back
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Maintenance

How to evaluate the Infocounter

Infocounters.txt evaluation
What to check in the
infocounter

Comment

1.1 Serial number and


Installation date

Compare device serial number with chapter 8


Manufacturing Standard Modification to determine whether
the device possibly requires a modification.
Refer to 3.3 (infocounter.txt), HW Modification History, to
check already made modifications.
Compare the currently installed SW version with the latest
SW version described in chapter 3.8, SW releases,
patches. In case a recommended SW patch is available,
install this SW patch.

1.4 Software Info

Refer to section 4.3.


Infocounters.txt evaluation
What to check in the
infocounter
2.3 Reliability

Comment

Should normally be not higher than 0.05. Higher fault rates


need a thorough investigation.
3.3 Hardware
By comparing the status of the device with the available
Modification History
modifications (refer to Technical Documentation chapter 8)
the exact hardware status can be determined.
3.4 Software Modification By checking the software modification history it can be
History
determined, whether a recent software upgrade solved a
problem, that occurred quite often in the error list in the
past
5.3 Retries
Many retries (> 1%, based on relative prints) have to be
investigated: They may reduce the throughput of the
device.
5.7 Error History
Check which errors occurred in the last days, how often
they appeared as well as the CBF (cycles between failures)
of these errors. This gives an overview of the current status
of the machine.
5.8 Error list (sorted by
Troubleshoot these errors with the help of the technical
relative) and
documentation, chapter 3.3, Troubleshooting.
5.9 Error list (sorted by
total):

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2.3

Maintenance

Image Quality Check


(1)

In the browser pages select menu


"Service Engineer Tools - Enter
Service Command Session - 3 Print
Testimage - 1 Test image"

(2)

Print following test images on the


largest format available in the film
magazines:

STI1.ZIP

STI2.ZIP

medicalimage.ZIP

Figure 4: STI, STI2 and medicalimage

The test image as displayed in


Figure 4 to Figure 5 will be
printed.
(3)

Mark the test films with a waterproof


pen as testfilm before maintenance

The next step is only required if the


customer is using films with 14" and 10"
width in mixed mode (see infocounter):
(4)

At the lightbox check both, STI2 and


medicalimage for dark print stripes in
the 10" film edge area: If print stripes
are visible in the STI2 and
medicalimage, perform a smart profile
calibration. Refer to section 4.1.
If print stripes are visible in the STI2
image no smart profile calibration is
required.

Figure 5

IMPORTANT:
If the printer also prints Mammo images, print a Mammo test film
"medicalimage" from this tray where DT2 Mammo blue based
films are loaded.
To make this test film available at a printer with software
1.6.0_C1 proceed as follows:

Figure 6

(1)

Connect via telnet to the printer

(2)

At the C:\> prompt enter:


copy C:\images\service\*m.zip D:\images\service

(3)

Print the image from Service Command Session menu - "3 Print Testimage 4 medicalimage.zip"
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Maintenance Points - Power off


The maintenance with powered-off machine comprises following tasks:

Task

3.1

Check of general Condition

3.1

Check of Condition of Belts and Gears

3.2

Visual Check of the Cables

3.3

Cleaning of the Suction Cups

3.4

Cleaning of Electronics Compartment

3.5

Cleaning of Power Supply Air Inlet

3.6

Check and Cleaning of Drum

3.7

Cleaning of Thermal Print Head

3.8

Electrical Check

3.9

Check of general Condition


(1)

3.2

Details: see...

Perform a visual check of

Power- and network cables.

Covers

The Output tray

The upper and lower Input tray.

(2)

Disconnect the power and network cable

(3)

Remove the left and right cover to prepare the printer for the next steps

(4)

Remove the films in the film trays including white plastic sheet

Check of Condition of Belts and Gears


(1)

Check all belts and gears for visible wear

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3.3

Visual Check of the Cables


(1)

3.4

Maintenance

Check cables inside the printer: The insulation may not show any sign of wear or
damage.

Cleaning of the Suction Cups


(1)

Pull out the upper pickup unit

(2)

Clean the suction cups with a lint


free cloth lightly moistened with
Isopropyl alcohol.

(3)

Insert the upper pickup unit

(4)

Repeat this step for the lower pickup


unit

536709da.cdr

Figure 7

536609cc.cdr

536709db.cdr

Figure 8

3.5

Figure 9

Cleaning of Electronics Compartment


(1)

Remove the EMI shielding

(2)

Clean the electronics compartment


with a vacuum cleaner.

536709ac.cdr

Figure 10

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3.6

Maintenance

Cleaning of Power Supply Air Inlet


(1)

Clean the power supply air inlet with a


vacuum cleaner.

Figure 11

3.7

Check and Cleaning of Drum


(1)

Open the top cover

(2)

Open the "Hold down bracket"

(3)

Open the TH Module

(4)

Remove the flat belt

(5)

Check the drum for dirt or damage by


turning at the drum drive pulley.

(6)

In case signs of damage are visible,


also check the STI2 test image printed
under step "2.3 Image Quality Check":
A damage will be visible in the flatfield
area of the STI2 test image in
distance of 111 mm.

(7)

Clean the rubber of the drum with a


lint free cloth lightly moistened with
Isopropyl alcohol or Ethanol

(8)

Remount the flat belt

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Figure 12

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3.8

Maintenance

Cleaning of Thermal Print Head


(1)

Clean the TH resistor line with a lint


free cloth lightly moistened with
Isopropyl - alcohol.

The last cleaning action must be


carried out in one way!

For the Isopropyl alcohol observe the


rule: As less water is in the alcohol as
better. We recommend using a 90%
Isopropyl alcohol.

(2)

Remount all covers

(3)

Insert both input trays

536609cg.cdr

Figure 13

CAUTION:
Thermal Print Head is fragile: Risk of damage.
When replacing or cleaning the Thermal Print Head great care must be taken.

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3.9

Maintenance

Electrical Check
The electrical check is split up in two steps:

3.9.1

Step

Task

Details see..

Perform the basic protective earth test

3.9.1

Perform the electrical check according to


National Regulations.

3.9.2

Basic Protective Earth Test


(1)

Use a multimeter that is capable to


measure a resistance < 1 Ohm

(2)

Put one probe at the ground


connector of the mains input

(3)

Put the other probe at a few metallic


parts, the customer could touch.
The electrical resistance has to be
0.2 Ohm. Refer to Figure 14.

536631JN.cdr

Figure 14

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(1)

Insert the power cord at the printer


side; leave it disconnected at the
wall side.

(2)

Put one probe at the ground


connector of the mains connector.

(3)

Put the other probe at a few metallic


parts, the customer could touch.
The electrical resistance in this case
has to be 0.3 Ohm.
Refer to Figure 15.

536631JN.cdr

Figure 15
IMPORTANT:
If the electrical resistance of one measurement exceeds the limits (0.2 Ohm without
mains cable; 0.3 Ohm with mains cable) check the printer for loose grounding
connections!

3.9.2

Electrical Check according to National Regulations.


Perform the electrical check according to National Regulations.
(1)
NOTE:
The electrical checks that have to be performed in certain intervals (e.g. each 12
months) or after certain service actions (repair and/or maintenance) depend on
National Regulations.
Example for Germany: BGV A3 and DIN VDE 0751 or subsequent regulations.

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Maintenance Points - Power on


The maintenance with powered-on machine comprises following tasks:
Task

4.1

Details: see...

Smart profile calibration

4.1

Check of Safety Switch

4.2

SW Patch Installation

4.3

Film Calibration

4.4

Density Reproduction Check

4.5

Test Image Evaluation

4.6

Host System Image Quality Check

4.7

Smart Profile Calibration


IMPORTANT:
This step only has to be performed if print stripes in the 10" film edge area are visible
in the STI2 and medicalimage. Refer to section 2.3.
(1)

Connect the service PC to the printer

(2)

Enter the IP address into the browser window

(3)

Enter Service Engineer Tools

(4)

Select "Enter Service Command Session - 7 Calibration - 5 Smart Profile


Calibration"

(5)

Select the densitometer you use for measurement

(6)

Select the film tray with 14x17", 14x14 or 14x11 films: A test film will be printed.

(7)

Measure the 66 squares on the printed film: Write down the values on the
foreseen squares on the film with a waterproof pen

(8)

Enter the values in the browser screen. See also Figure 16 and Figure 17.

IMPORTANT:
The browser screen where the 66 data are entered refreshes in a time interval of 4
minutes. If you are not finished with entering all data within 4 minutes, all entered
values will be reset to "0.00".
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Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Calibration
1. Film Calibration
2. Internal Densitometer Calibration
3. Print Head Calibration
4. Horizontal Alignment
5. Smart profile calibration

Service - Calibration
Smart Profile Calibration
Select Densitometer
Macbeth TR924
Gretag
X-Rite 301
X-Rite 310
Start Calibration

Go back

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Go back

Reset Values

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Calibration
Smart Profile Calibration
Upper Tray
Lower Tray
Select the input tray with 14''x17'' film format

536736kk.cdr

Step
00
05
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65

Smart Profile Calibration


Step
Step
Step
01 0.00
02 0.00
03
06 0.00
07 0.00
08
11 0.00
12 0.00
13
16 0.00
17 0.00
18
21 0.00
22 0.00
23
26 0.00
27 0.00
28
31 0.00
32 0.00
33
36 0.00
37 0.00
38
41 0.00
42 0.00
43
46 0.00
47 0.00
48
51 0.00
52 0.00
53
56 0.00
57 0.00
58
61 0.00
62 0.00
63

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

Step
04
09
14
19
24
29
34
39
44
49
54
59
64

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00

0.00
Accept changes

Discard all changes

Reset values

Figure 16

Figure 17
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4.2

Maintenance

Check of Safety Switch


(1)

Switch on the printer. Wait till it shows


the READY screen (takes approx. 7
minutes)

(2)

Open top cover

(3)

Check display message: It must show


"Close top cover"

536609fa.cdr

Figure 18

4.3

SW Patch Installation
(1)

4.4

Install the latest SW patch, in case a recommended SW patch for the printer is
available. Refer to chapter 3.8, Software Releases, Patches.

Film Calibration
(1)

Select in key-operator menu


'6 Calibration - 1 Film Calibration'

(2)

Follow the instructions on the


display.

(3)

Repeat film calibration for second


input tray

536336as.cdr

Figure 19

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Maintenance

Density Reproduction Check

REQUIRED TOOLS:
Service PC with Density reproduction check files, available via MEDNET: 'GSO
library - Hardcopy => General Hardcopy Info => General Services Info =>
Application Info => Density Reproduction Check Excel Sheet'

PURPOSE:

With the density reproduction check the difference for a specific film type between
optical density defined in the sensitometric calibration file and the printed optical
density, measured with an external densitometer is checked.
This is a plausibility check for the CDM: In case the measured density values are out
of the specified range, the CDM requires a re-calibration.
This procedure must be carried out with every used film type:
(1)

In the browser pages select menu "Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service
Command Session - 3 Print Testimage"

(2)

Print out LinCheck.zip and measure the density of the eleven 100 % 0% fields
with a calibrated MacBeth TR-924, X-Rite 331, 341, X-Rite 301, X-Rite 310 or
Gretag D200-2 densitometer.

(4)

To check linearity fill in measured values in the the density reproduction check
Excel file.

(5)

After the measured values are filled in, the density reproduction is calculated
automatically.

(6)

At the right hand side of the table is shown, whether the Density Reproduction is
ok or not. In case it is not ok you are requested to carry out a CDM calibration.

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Select densitometer:

X-rite 3414

Dmax = 305

Square Measured density Target density Density diff. Check


100%
20
20
0
0
90%
46
48,5
-2,5
0
80%
74
77
-3
0
70%
102
105,5
-3,5
0
60%
130
134
-4
0
50%
158
162,5
-4,5
0
40%
186
191
-5
0
30%
215
219,5
-4,5
0
20%
244
248
-4
0
10%
270
276,5
-6,5
0
0%
300
305
-5
0
When entering the measured density values the decimal point appears in a different spot, e.g. measured value = 0.23, value to enter = 23.0

Density Reproduction =

OK

No MDM calibration needed for DT2B film

Lower limit
0
-3
-4
-5
-6
-7
-8
-9
-9
-9
-9
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-11
-11
-11
-11
-12

Upper limit
0
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
12

Density difference SMPTE image DT2B film DSAXYS


15
10

Density Difference

Density
0
30
45
60
75
90
105
120
135
150
165
180
195
210
225
240
255
270
285
300
315

X-rite 310
X-rite 331
X-rite 341
X-rite 301
Mac Beth TR924
Gretag D200-2

5
0

Lower limit
Upper limit
Density difference

-5
-10
-15
0

50

100

150

200

250

300

350

Target Density

Figure 20

NOTE:
The measured density values have to be entered without decimal point
(e.g. measured value = .23, value to enter = 23)

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Test Image Evaluation


(1)

In the browser pages select menu "Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service
Command Session - 3 Print Testimage - 1 Test image".

(2)

Print following test images on the largest format available in the film trays:

STI.ZIP

STI2.ZIP

medicalimage.ZIP

(3)

If the printer is used for Mammo and CR application, also print a


medicalimage.zip (Service command session: 3 Print Testimage 4 medicalimage.zip) from this tray, where mammo films are loaded.

(4)

Mark the test films with a waterproof pen as testfilms after maintenance

(5)

Check all three (four) images at the lightbox. Following items must been
checked:

(6)

(7)

4.7

Maintenance

Line artifacts in transport direction

Line artifacts vertical to the transport direction

Point artifacts

Surface artifacts

Evaluate the test images at follows:


1.
If no artifacts are seen on the STI / STI2 image continue with next step
2.
If artifacts seen on STI / STI2 image arent visible on the medicalimage
continue with next step.
3.
In other case (i.e. artifacts which are visible in STI / STI2 are visible on
medicalimage, too) refer to Technical Documentation chapter "3.3
Troubleshooting
Compare the test images "after maintenance" with the test images made "before
maintenance": The image quality of the last printed medicalimage and STI/STI2
test image must be equal or better than the images made before maintenance.

Host System Image Quality Check


(1)

Print a diagnostic image from every host system.

(2)

Check images of each host at the lightbox for artifacts in diagnostic image.

(3)

In case artifacts are visible, compare with artifacts in last STI /STI2 image.

In case artifacts are also visible in STI / STI2 image, refer to Technical
Documentation chapter "3.3 Troubleshooting.

In case artifact is only visible in images of a specific host but not in STI /
STI2 image, initiate a service call of modality service engineer

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Completion of the maintenance


The Completion of the maintenance comprises following tasks:

Task

5.1

Details see..

Backup Data on CF Card

5.1

Reset of Maintenance Action counters and relative


Counters in the Infocounter

5.2

Customer Conversation

5.3

Backup Data on CF Card


(1)

Open the upper film tray and take out


the CF card.

(2)

Insert the CF card in the printer CF


card reader

(3)

In the Key-operator menu select


"4 Save configuration".

(4)

Follow the instructions on the printer


display.

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Figure 21

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Figure 22

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Maintenance

Reset of Maintenance Action counters and relative Counters in the


Infocounter
(1)

In the Browser menu select "Service Engineer Tools - Enter Service Command
Session - 7 Service Actions - 4 Maintenance - 4 Clear relative counters".

(2)

Select ' 7 Service Actions - 4 Maintenance - 1 Maintenance Settings'

(3)

Select 'y' for yes at each desired 'Reset Item'. See 1 in Figure 23.

(4)

Select "Accept Changes". See 2 in Figure 23.

(5)

When leaving the Service menu select "Preventive maintenance" as service


action.

Welcome to this
DryStar Axys printer

Service - Service actions


Active Reset Item

Maintenance Action

Cycles Factory
to go settings

Thermal head cleaning required

5000

5000

Y
N

Y
N

Replace thermal head anti dust filter

19030

25000

25000

Y
N

Y
N

Replace thermal head (end of life)

52520

62500

62500

Y
N

Y
N

Film calibration upper tray required

1898

5000

5000

Y
N

Y
N

Film calibration lower tray required

2505

5000

5000

Y
N

Y
N

Service maintenance required

5000

5000

Y
N

Y
N

Current
settings

2
Accept Changes

Discard Changes

Reset Values

536709fk.cdr

Figure 23

5.3

Customer Conversation
(1)

Fill out the Maintenance checklist and hand it out to the customer.

(2)

Explain the results of the maintenance to the customer.

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Maintenance Checklist

Work Instruction for order no.

SN

Film cycles

The maintenance has to be carried out:


Every 12 months or 25 000 printed films

NOTE:
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Done

Diagnostics
Questioning of the Questioning of the customer about problems with
customer
the printer.
Infocounter
analysis

Read-out and analyzation of the infocounter

Image quality
check

Printing of STI1, STI2 and medical test image for


comparison with test images at final system check
DONE

Maintenance points - Power off


Check of general
condition

Visual check of power and network cable.


Visual check of covers and film magazines

Check of condition Visual check of all belts and gears in the printer.
of belts and gears
Visual check of
the cables

Check of cables inside the printer for damage

Cleaning of the
suction cups

Cleaning of the suction cups of both film pickup


assemblies with a lint free cloth lightly moistened
with Isopropyl alcohol

Cleaning of
Electronics rack

Cleaning of the Electronic rack with a vacuum


cleaner.

Cleaning of Power Cleaning of the Power supply air inlet with a


supply air inlet
vacuum cleaner

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Check and
Cleaning of Drum

Check of the rubber of the drum for damage.

Cleaning of
Thermal print
head

Cleaning of the Thermal print head with a lint free


cloth lightly moistened with Isopropyl alcohol

Electrical check

Check of the protective earth resistance

Cleaning of the rubber of the drum with a lint free


cloth lightly moistened with Isopropyl alcohol or
Ethanol.

DONE

Maintenance points - Power on


Smart Profile
Calibration

Performing smart profile calibration, if print stripes


are visible in the 10" film edge area

Check of safety
switch

Opening of top cover to check function of safety


switch

SW patch
installation

Installation of SW patch, in case a recommended


SW patch for the printer is available

Film calibration

Calibration of the films in both input trays.

Density
Reproduction
Check

Density Reproduction Check to confirm proper


operating CDM. Execution of CDM calibration if
not okay.

Test image
evaluation

Printing of STI1, STI2 and medical test image

Comparison with test images made during printer


diagnostics

Check for artifacts on the film. In case of artifacts


in STI1 / STI2 and medical test image
troubleshooting as described in chapter 3.3
Troubleshooting.

Printing of diagnostic image from every host


system

Check concerning artifacts in diagnostic image.


Comparison with artifacts in last STI1 /STI2
image.

Host system
image quality
check

o In case artifacts are also visible in STI1 / STI2


image, troubleshooting as described in chapter
3.3 Troubleshooting.
o In case artifact is only visible in images of a
specific host but not in STI1 / STI2 image,
initiation of service call of modality service
engineer

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DONE

Completion
Backup

Backup of machine specific parameters

Reset of
Maintenance
action counters
and relative
infocounter

Reset of Maintenance action counters

Customer
conversation

Explanation of results of preventive maintenance.

Reset of relative infocounter


Confirmation of the maintenance in the printer
service menu.

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WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and
on the product.

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Purpose of this document


This document contains all planning data including the required measures to be carried
out on site prior to the machine delivery.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes
compared to previous version 1.0

1.1

12-2007

Corrected wrong outlet and cable specification for US:


Wrong: NEMA 6-15p outlet/cable
Correct: NEMA 5-15p outlet/cable.
See section 8.

Adapted throughput and access time parameters to


parameters listed in printer datasheet.
See section 9.2

Referenced Documents
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Title

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LIST OF CONTENTS

INSTALLATION PLANNING CHECKLIST................................................................................6

SYSTEM OVERVIEW...............................................................................................................7

SCOPE OF DELIVERY AND ACCESSORIES.........................................................................8


3.1

Scope of delivery ......................................................................................................................8

3.2

Accessories...............................................................................................................................9

MACHINE DIMENSIONS .......................................................................................................10

MINIMUM FREE SPACE FOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE .....................................11

SYSTEM INTEGRATION .......................................................................................................12

6.1

Network integration parameters..............................................................................................12

6.2

Modality Setup Parameters.....................................................................................................13

6.3

Setup of Security and Privacy (optional).................................................................................16

6.3.1

List of Key-operator, Service people and Specialists with access rights................................16

6.3.2

Audit Logging Server and NTP Server parameters ................................................................17

6.3.3

Availability of certificates.........................................................................................................18

6.4

Service Host Parameters ........................................................................................................18

6.5

Example for System Integration..............................................................................................19

AMBIENT CONDITIONS ........................................................................................................19


7.1

During operation .....................................................................................................................19

7.2

During transport and storage ..................................................................................................20

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ..............................................................................................21


8.1

Electrical Connections at the Printer.......................................................................................22

SPECIFICATIONS..................................................................................................................23
9.1

Type Overview ........................................................................................................................23

9.2

Functional Data .......................................................................................................................23

9.2.1

Pixel Matrices..........................................................................................................................24

9.3

Electrical Data .........................................................................................................................25

9.4

Climatic Data...........................................................................................................................25

9.5

Sound Emission Data .............................................................................................................25

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9.6

Interface Data..........................................................................................................................25

9.7

Service Data............................................................................................................................25

9.8

Dimensions and Weight ..........................................................................................................26

9.8.1

Dimensions, packed machine .................................................................................................26

9.8.2

Dimensions, closed Machine ..................................................................................................26

9.8.3

Dimensions, opened Machine.................................................................................................26

9.8.4

Weight .....................................................................................................................................26

SAFETY STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS .......................................................................27

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Step

Goal

See
section

1.

Make yourself familiar with the To see in which surrounding the printer will
System Overview
be installed

2.

Have a look at the scope of


delivery

Basic information, to see whether


additional, site specific material for
installation might be required

3.1

3.

Have a look at the available


accessories

To be able to order required accessories


before the installation

3.2

4.

Have a look at the machine


dimensions

To be able to check, whether the printer fits


in the desired installation place

5.

Check the required free space To see whether enough free space for
around the printer.
operation, repair and maintenance is
available.

6.

Organize the required network To have all parameters in advance, to


parameters to hook up the
prevent a delay during installation
printer in the existing network.

7.

Get up-to-date Connectivity


To be prepared for modality specific
Release Documents for the
adjustments at the printer
modalities which shall print on
the printer

8.

Compare the required


ambient and climatic
conditions with the condition
at the installation place.

To prevent installation of the printer in an


inappropriate environment, leading to
functional faults.

9.

Check the required electrical


connection

To be able to initiate all required


prerequisites in advance to allow proper
electrical connections

Okay

6.2

10. Make yourself familiar with the To have all printer parameters available
printer specifications
which might be required for people who are
involved in installation and operation of the
printer.

11. Have a look at the printer


safety standards and
regulations

To have the safety standards and


regulations for which the printer is tested
available in case they are requested by the
hospital administration.

10

12. Confirm the installation


readiness

To be sure that all required pre-installation


conditions are fulfilled.

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System Overview

536711JK.CDR

Figure 1

Device

Comment

Modality

The modality has to support the DICOM print protocol

DRYSTAR AXYS

Dry printer for


14x17", 14x14", 14x11", 10x12", 8x10" DT2 blue
base or clear base films
14x11", 10x12", 8x10" DT2 Mammo blue base films

NOTE:
Remark for an Installation in a 'HIPAA conform environment':
In Figure 1 two additional, optional modules are not listed:
1) Audit logging server: This is a computer in the networking allowing to
store all communication between the different devices in the network.
2) NTP (Network Time Protocol) Server: This is a computer providing
time synchronization. It is useful for audit logging, so that all
messages of all devices have the same time reference.
Both devices are only required in a 'HIPAA' environment, where high data
security is required.
For more information refer to section 6.3.

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Scope of Delivery and Accessories

3.1

Scope of delivery

NOTE:
The printer is delivered with all parts, which are required to install it in an existing
Ethernet network.
Device name:

DRYSTAR AXYS

Type:

5367/100

ABC Code

EYZ4E

Scope of delivery

1 Basic DRYSTAR Axys including:


- 2 input trays adjustable for all film sizes
- 1 output tray

1 Compact Flash card (stored in backup CF card slot in input tray)


2 power cables (Europe / US)
1 UTP network cable, 5 m long (2 x RJ45 connection) incl. extension piece
1 Reference manual (English)
1 User Manual (English; Chinese simplified, Spanish)
1 CD with all user manuals and Plug&Play installation manuals in all languages*
1 packing list
1 Plug and Play Installation manual (English)
25 films 14x17" DT 2B for test purposes
25 films 8x10" DT 2B for test purposes
2 sets film type labels
1 Chinese warning sticker
1 CE declaration of conformity
1 China ROHS declaration
1 Installation Report
*available languages: Chinese simplified, Chinese traditional, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian,
Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian,
Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese

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IMPORTANT:
The printer is delivered with two 3 m power cables. See Figure 8.
For US: NEMA 5-15P with IEC C13 plug (female)
For Europe: CEE7/7 with IEC C13 plug (female)
Organize a power cable for your country locally.
See section 8 for Mains connection in the installation room specifications.

3.2

Accessories

Item

Order Number

Comment

Mobile Kit

EX2DV

Contains a metal frame for fixing the printer on a table


or floor.
To be used in earthquake areas and in mobile usage.
May not be used in military vessels.

536711al.cdr

Mammo license

EY8RN

Contains the mammo license key.


When entering this key, the printer is able to print
Dmax up to 3.80 O.D., what is required for mammo
printing.

NOTE:
Accessory "Remote Service":
In general it is possible to diagnose and repair the printer to a certain extent remotely.
To enable remote service of the printer remote access has first to be organized.
Remote Access is established via the Agfa own Secure Remote Service System
(SRSS).
For more information to the SRSS refer to MEDNET GSO Library - Technical

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Services - Service Delivery - SRSS

Machine dimensions

71
.
28 5 c
.2 m
"

Closed machine:

72,
8
28. cm
7"

67,6 cm
26.6"

536711jo.cdr

Figure 2

76 cm
29,9"
536711jn.cdr

11
45 6 c
,7 m
"

Opened machine:

536711jp.cdr

Figure 3

Figure 4

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Minimum free space for operation and maintenance

60
0
23 m m
. 6"

Installation Planning

60
0
23 mm
.6"

60
0
23 mm
.6"

60
0
23 m m
.6"

54
0
23 mm
.6"

80
0
31 mm
.5"

536611JL.cdr

Space required for servicing and installation

Space required for normal use

Figure 5
NOTE:
In case the minimum free space for installation and repair is not available, the printer
can be carried at a different place. The printer weight is 90 kg (198 lb). It can in
general be carried by three people.
CAUTION:
The device is heavy (90 kg / 198 lb). Risk of injuries.
At least three people have to lift the device from one position to the other.
Use proper foot and hand protection when lifting the device.
The table might break and cause injuries or damage to the device. The device weight
may be too heavy for the table.
Communicate to the customer, that the table must be able to carry more than 90 kg
(198 lb).

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System integration
The system integration comprises the following tasks:

Task

Refer to

Network integration of the printer

6.1

Modality setup

6.2

Setup of security and privacy (optional)

6.3

Setup of the Agfatek Link Service Host

6.4

For each of these steps various parameters are required in advance. They can be
entered in the following tables:

6.1

Network integration parameters


To connect the printer to the hospital network, the following parameters are required by
the hospital network administrator:
Parameter

Default

Value

Printer IP address

169.254.10.10

.............................................

Hostname

dsaxys

.............................................

Subnet mask

255.255.0.0

.............................................

Router IP address

.............................................

Printer AE title*

DSAXYS

.............................................

Domain name

.............................................

*two or more AE-titles can be configured at the printer. See note next page
The Hospital Network Administrator needs the following information about the printer:
Network connection

RJ45 UTP, 1000 BaseT acc. to IEC601

Transmission protocol

DICOM Version 3.0; FTP, Telnet, HTTP, SNMP,


SMTP

Image formats

DICOM

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NOTE:
Logical Printer Configuration to support printing for different applications:
It is possible to define more than one AE title at the printer this means it's possible to
have two or more logical DRYSTAR AXYS printers.
To configure logical SCP printers can be necessary, in case for example printing is
initiated at a PACS system, which has several modalities as input.
Example:
The PACS system collects CR and CT images.

CR images shall be printed with taste LUT Kanamori

CT images shall be printed with linear taste LUT.

Problem:
The workstation at the PACS system has one AE title only. The DRYSTAR AXYS
does not recognize, for which type of modality (CR or CT) the user wants to print.
Solution:

Create one logical printer 'DRYSTARAXYS_CR' and one 'DRYSTARAXYS_CT'.

Create two different host profiles for the two logical printers, one with Kanamori
LUT, the other with linear taste LUT.

In the workstation setup both printers: The user has to select the proper logical
printer, depending on the application.

The number of logical SCP printers is limited. As each configured SCP server
consumes resources of the printer, use as little SCP servers as possible. Rule of
thumb: Define max. 4 logical printers.

6.2

Modality Setup Parameters


For setup of the modalities at the printer, the following parameters have to be collected
at the hospital network administrator:

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Modality 1: ................................................... (nickname* of the modality; max. 8


characters (letters/figures))
Parameter

Value

Modality brand

...........................................................................

Modality type

...........................................................................

Modality AE_title

...........................................................................

Modality 2: ................................................... (nickname* of the modality; max. 8


characters (letters/figures))
Parameter

Value

Modality brand

...........................................................................

Modality type

...........................................................................

Modality AE_title

...........................................................................

Modality 3: ................................................... (nickname* of the modality; max. 8


characters (letters/figures))
Parameter

Value

Modality brand

...........................................................................

Modality type

...........................................................................

Modality AE_title

...........................................................................

Modality 4: ................................................... (nickname* of the modality; max. 8


characters (letters/figures))
Parameter

Value

Modality brand

...........................................................................

Modality type

...........................................................................

Modality AE_title

...........................................................................

*Nickname: The name of the modality which is used by the personnel.


Example: The workstation "Siemens Icon Power PC" could be named
"Icon" in the daily use.
At the printer configuration this name is entered as "nickname".

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Many modalities have been tested with the printer. For several of the tested modalities
specific parameters have to be set at the printer. This is documented in the
Connectivity Release Document.
IMPORTANT:
(1)

Check via Interface Status Report, whether the modality which shall print at the
Drystar Axys is tested and released.

(2)

If a connectivity release document for the modality printer connection exists,


read this document before installation.

NOTE concerning Interface Status Report and Connectivity Release Documents:


The up-to-date interface status report lists all modalities, for which the connectivity to
any Agfa HealthCare device is tested and released.
The ISR (Interface Status Report) is available on MEDNET - HealthCare Library General Info - Connectivity & Application - To Agfa - Application Info - Agfa
ISRxyz.pdf (only via Intranet not via Internet).
The ISR also lists the Connectivity Release Document numbers.
Example see Figure 6
PHILIPS, CR
EASYVISION RAD 4.2

DRYSTAR 4500(M)/5500/5300
Image :

ETHERNET II
DICOM 3.0
Control :
ETHERNET II
DICOM PRINT MANAGEMENT SCU
Status :
Released for installation
Document : 000874
Remarks :
5365_reg11_006_e.cdr

Connectivity Release
Document Number

Figure 6
Connectivity Release Documents:
Specific connectivity information for the DRYSTAR AXYS can be found in the
Connectivity Release Documents.
The Connectivity Release Documents are available on MEDNET (Intranet and
Internet), Imaging Library - General Info - Connectivity & Application
Not all modalities that are tested for Drystar 4500 (M)/ 5500 / 5503 / 5300 / 5302 are
also tested for Drystar AXYS. As the controller part for all printers is more or less
identical, except behaviour regarding film sizes and output tray, modalities that are
tested for Drystar 4500 (M)/ 5500 / 5503 / 5300 / 5302 can also be connected to
Drystar AXYS.

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Setup of Security and Privacy (optional)


In case HIPAA compliance is required, following items have to be checked in advance:
Item

Refer to

Users and service people who may have access

6.3.1

Audit Logging Server and NTP Server parameters

6.3.2

Availability of certificates

6.3.3

NOTE:
The parameters for 'Security and Privacy' have to be determined and entered by the
'hospital security responsible person'.
Please hand out the pages of this subsection (6.3) to the 'hospital security responsible
person'.
6.3.1

List of Key-operator, Service people and Specialists with access rights


The list of Key-operators is limited to 50. The Key-Operator has access to the KeyOperator webpages of the printer.
Following conventions are valid:

Username: min. 4 characters, max 20 characters

Network password: min. 4 characters, max 10 characters


#

User name

Password

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

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The list of service people is limited to 8. The service people have access to the
service web pages.
Following conventions are valid:

Username: min. 4 characters, max 20 characters

Network password: min. 4 characters, max 10 characters


#

Service person name

Password

1.
2.
3.
4.
The list of Specialists is limited to 1. The Specialist has access to the specialist web
pages.
Following conventions are valid:

Username: min. 4 characters, max 20 characters

Network password: min. 4 characters, max 10 characters


#

Specialist name

Password

1.

6.3.2

Audit Logging Server and NTP Server parameters


To setup the Audit Logging and NTP server in the printer, request the following
parameters from the hospital network administrator:

Parameter

Value

Audit Logging IP address

................................................................

Audit Logging port number

................................................................

NTP server IP address

...............................................................

NTP server port number

...............................................................

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Availability of certificates
Check with the hospital network administrator, that certificates are available for all
devices, which shall be HIPAA compliant.
NOTE:
Agfa devices which are according to the HIPAA specifications have Agfa
certificates already loaded.
All certificates issued by Agfa have a validity period of 10 years

6.4

Service Host Parameters


NOTE:
The AGFATEK LINK Service Host is optional in the network.
It is an optional part of the SRSS (Secure Remote Service System).
For more information to the SRSS refer to MEDNET GSO Library - Technical
Services - Service Delivery - SRSS

Parameter

Default

Value

Service Host IP address

192.9.200.155

.............................................

Phone Number

--

.............................................

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Example for System Integration

IP Address:192.9.200.155

Digitizer:
CR 75.0

Service
Host

ADC QS

Ultrasound

Nickname:
Digitizer
Modality Brand: AGFA
Modality Type: CR QS
Calling AE-Title: QS
Nickname:
Modality Brand:
Modality Type:
Calling AE-Title:

Printer

53
67
11
ad
.cd
r

Ultrasound
ACUSON
ASPEN
US_ASPEN

192.9.200.201
IP address:
dsaxys
Hostname:
255.255.255.0
Subnet mask:
Router IP address: Printer AE Title: DSAXYS
Domain name:

Figure 7

Ambient conditions

7.1

During operation
Ambient temperature:

min.:
max.:

+15C (59F)
+30C (86F)

Relative humidity:
(non condensing)

min.:
max.:

20%
75%

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During transport and storage


NOTE:

Climate conditions for storage must be in accordance with


EN60721-3-1-class 1K4

Climate conditions for transport must be in accordance with


EN60721-3-2(1993)-class 2K4

Ambient temperature

min.:

- 25C (-13F)

during storage:

max.:

+ 55C (131F)

Relative humidity

min.:
max.:

10%
95%

min.:
max.:

0.1 g/m
35 g/m

Rate of temperature
change during storage

max.:

1 C/min.

Air pressure during


storage

Min.
max.:

70 kPa
106 kPa

Ambient temperature
during transport:

min.:

- 40C (-40F)

max.:

+ 70C (158F)

Relative humidity
during transport:

min.:
max.:

10%
95%

during storage:
Absolute humidity
during storage:

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Electrical connections
Installation guidelines

Electrical installations have to be done in accordance


with national regulations. Examples:
VDE

(Germany) Electrical installations in the


installation room must be in compliance with the
regulations IEC 364, VDE 0100, and VDE 0107.

UL

(US) Electrical installations in the installation


room must be in compliance with the regulations:
National Electrical Code" (NEC) (NFPA70).

IMPORTANT:
A ground fault interrupter (GFI) (IN = 30 mA) must be installed at a suitable point in
the circuit (in compliance with VDE 664).

Mains connection in the


installation room

Mains cable
(part of the delivery)

VDE

Double earthed pin outlet in compliance with


DIN 49441 and with CEE 7 standard cover V II.

UL

Earthed contact outlet for the NEMA 5-15 P plug

EuroVersion:

CEE7/7 - H05VV - F3G - 3 x 2.5 mm with


IEC C13 plug (female); cable length 3 m

US/CANVersion:

NEMA 5-15P - SJT, 3 x AWG 18 with


IEC C13 plug (female); Cable length 3 m

US

Europe

IEC C13

CEE7/7
IEC C13

NEMA 5-15P

5366_chap11_001.cdr

Figure 8
Network cable
(part of the delivery)

UTP; AWG24; Length: 5 m

Main switch

Upon machine installation, it must be ensured that either


the mains connector or an all-pole circuit breaker for the
installation on site is located close to the machine and
easily accessible.

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Electrical Connections at the Printer

Ground plug.
6 mm metric thread

100 - 240 V AC
power supply

Equipotential plug
Network connection.
RJ45 UTP for 100BaseT network,
according to IEC 601
Service Interface.
RS232 Interface male
DTE 9 pin sub D (nullmodem)

536611JM.cdr

Figure 9

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Specifications

9.1

Type Overview

9.2

Installation Planning

Printer

Type

DRYSTAR AXYS

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Functional Data
Film sizes

14x17", 14x14", 14x11", 10x12", 8x10"

Throughput (films/hour) 14x17"

75 sheets / hour

Throughput (films/hour) 8x10" (mammo)

130 sheets / hour

Access time1st film 14 x 17"

65 secs.

Access time1st film 8 x 10" (mammo)

40 secs.

Printable area(pixels)

Refer to 9.2.1

resolution(DPI)

508 (50 m Pixel size)

Bits per pixel / number of grey steps


Daylight film loading

12 / 4096
yes

Films per film magazine

100 films

Number of film magazines

Image recording type

Direct thermography

Densitometer built in

yes

Automatic density control

yes
73 GB

Hard disk capacity


RAM Memory

Plugged on Thanos: 512 MB

Warm-up time

Approx. 7 min. (cold printer)

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Pixel Matrices
These tables list the diagnostic print matrices (= addressable area by the modality).
At some modalities this information has to be entered by the modality service engineer.

Diagnostic Area for Non-Mammo Printing:


NO annotations

WITH annotations

Portr.&Landsc.

Portrait

Landscape

Film Size

Width & Height

Width

Height

Width

Height

8INX10IN
10INX12IN
11INX14IN
14INX14IN
14INX17IN

3852
4880
5376
6882
6922

3852
4880
5376
6882
6922

4300
5280
6342
6302
7788

4880
5860
6922
6882
8368

3272
4300
4796
6302
6342

4880
5860
6922
6882
8368

Table 1: Pixel Matrices Non Mammo Printing.

Diagnostic Area for Mammo Printing:


NO annotations

WITH annotations

Portr.&Landsc.

Portrait

Landscape

Film Size

Width & Height

Width

Height

Width

Height

8INX10IN
10INX12IN
11INX14IN

3828
4892
5376

3828
4892
5376

4378
5320
6342

4958
5810
6922

3248
4312
4796

4958
5810
6922

Table 2: Pixel Matrices Mammo Printing.

NOTE:
If trim is used around the images (trim is a small, white frame around each image on
the film this can be configured via DICOM host profiles), the diagnostic area is 6
pixels smaller at each edge of the film.

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Electrical Data
Rated voltage [~V]

100-240 AC (autosensing)

Frequency [Hz]

50/60

Power consumption [W]

70 standby
250 printing average
530 peak

9.4

Climatic Data
Heat emission [kJ/h]

252 standby
900 printing average
1908 maximum

9.5

Sound Emission Data


Noise level:

9.6

in standby:
in operation:

Interface Data
Image / control data interface

DICOM 3.0 Print SCP

Maximum number of simultaneous


DICOM associations
Network connection

9.7

53 dB(A) maximum
62 dB(A) maximum

10
RJ45 UTP, 1000 BaseT (1 GB/s)
acc. to IEC601

Service Data
InfoCounter

yes

Error diagnostics built in

yes

Module exchange concept

yes

Remote/preventive service capable

yes

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9.8

Dimensions and Weight

9.8.1

Dimensions, packed machine

9.8.2

9.8.3

9.8.4

Length / depth (cm / inch)

90 / 35.4

Width (cm / inch)

87 / 34.2

Height (cm / inch)

69 / 27.2

Height incl. Pallet (cm / inch)

84 / 33.1

Dimensions, closed Machine


Width (cm / inch)

72,8 / 28.6

Length / depth (cm / inch)

71,5 / 28.2

Height with output tray (cm / inch)

67,6 / 26.6

Height without output tray (cm / inch)

53,6 / 21.1

Dimensions, opened Machine


Width (cm / inch)

72,8 / 28.6

Length / depth (cm / inch)


with film trays opened

116 / 45.7

Height (cm / inch)


with top cover opened

76 / 29.9

Weight
Printer alone (kg / lb)

90 / 198

Printer with packing incl. palette (kg / lb)

120,5 / 265,6

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Safety Standards and Regulations


The printer has been tested and found to comply with the following international
standards and regulations:

Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC


CFR Part 21

Safety standards:

IEC 60601-1 + A1 + A2
EN 60601-1 + A1 + A2
UL 60601-1:2003
CSA 22.2 No. 601.1-M90
GB4943-2001

Radio-interference regulations (interference suppression):

FCC Rules 47 CFR part 15 subpart B, class A


FCC rules 47 CFT part 15 subpart C, class B
IEC 60601-1-2
CISPR 11, class A
CISPR 22, class A
IEC 61000-4-3
IEC 61000-4-4
IEC 61000-4-5
IEC 61000-4-6
IEC 61000-3-2
IEC 61000-3-3
IEC 61000-4-11
ETSI 300330
GB9254-1998 (Class A)
GB17625.1-2003

The DRYSTAR AXYS carries the FCC ID: HPL5367, CE, TUV, cULus and CCC label.

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INSTALLATION SITE
READINESS CHECKLIST

Imaging Services

Name of Field Service Engineer:


Client name:

_________________ Checking date:____________

___________________________________________________________

Client address:

__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________

Contact person,
name and title: ___________________________________________________________
Client phone number:

________________________

Extension:_________________

Type of systems: ___________________ Order /OGT number: _____________________

Item

Refer to

All parts, which are required additionally to the "scope of


delivery" (e.g. power cables) are available at the installation site

The planned installation place has enough space for


installation, operation and repair

The required system integration parameters are available

The required connectivity Release Documents are available

The Host System is installed and the Host System Service


Engineer is scheduled to setup the printer at the host system.

--

The ambient conditions are within the given limits

The electrical connection is available as specified

okay

3.1
4 and 5
6
6.2

Remarks:______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________

Signature of the FSE or Product Specialist:


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in the service documentation for DRYSTAR AXYS.

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Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.
INSTRUCTION:
(1)

Read the "Generic Safety Directions" document


(see MEDNET GSO => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual) prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on
the equipment.

(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and
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Glossary

Glossary
Term

Short description

2-Propanol
(Isopropyl alcohol)

Alcohol used for cleaning purposes.

Term

Short description

A
AE-Title

Application Entity Title.


A DICOM capable device in the network is unambiguously
identified by its IP address, hostname and AE-Title .
DRYSTAR Axys has the AE-Title "DSAXYS" by default. The
AE-Title for the Drystar AXYS in the DICOM Host must be
identical with the AE-Title in the Drystar AXYS itself.
The AE-Title is set up during installation.
To make a clear distinction between AE-title and IP address,
it is recommended to use only lower case characters for the
hostname. Preferably use the same name as for the AE-title,
but in lowercase.

Adressable Area

This area on film, on which the thermal head can print. The
adressable area is smaller than the complete film, as the
thermal head may not print over the film (i.e. on the drum).
See also "diagnostic area".

AGFATEK LINK

Device out of the AGFATEK product spectrum for remote


service. Enables to make a dial-up-networking connection
between local PC and the AGFA network.

Anti-static wrist strap Wrist strap made of synthetic material with integrated threadlike metal.
Used for "grounding" the service engineer during service at
printed circuit boards. Prevents electronic components from
being destroyed by static discharge.

Term

Short description

B
B/W

Black and White.

Battery RAM

A RAM component, whose contents is being stored by the


tension of a battery.

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Term

Short description

Blue Based Film

Film with a blue colored support layer.


The fog level of this film is approx. 0.2 O.D. See also "Clear
Based Film"

Browser

Application used for reading Internet pages. The commonly


used browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape
Navigator.

Term

Short description

C
Calibration

Process which determines a reproducible correlation


between input and output values.

Clear Based Film

Film with a transparent support layer.


The fog level of this film is approx. 0.15 O.D. See also "Blue
Based Film"

COM1, COM2

Names for the first two serial interfaces of a computer

CPU (Devil) Board

Printed circuit board to control the main functions of the


printer, CPU.

Term

Short description

D
DA Converter

Digital Analog Converter.

DCE

Data Communications Equipment.


Term out of the RS232 specification. DCE equipment sends
data on pin 3 and receives on pin 2. The RS232 interface
from modems or PC's is almost always DCE. To connect a
DCE with a DTE device, a standard RS232 cable is required.
To establish a DCE - DCE connection, respectively a DTE DTE connection a null- modem cable is required. See also
DTE.

Densitometer

Device used for measuring the optical density of the film.

Diagnostic Area

This area on film which is is used by the printer for the actual
image sent from the modality. The diagostic area is smaller
than the adressable area, as the diagnosic area is
surrounded by a black frame.

DICOM

Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine.


A network protocol, which is wide spread in the medical
world, and used for interchanging text and images.

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Term

Short description

DICOM PMS

DICOM Print Management Service.


A device which provides DICOM PMS
(= provider) makes it possible to print DICOM images. A
device which uses DICOM PMS
(= user) is able to control a DICOM printer. The DRYSTAR
Axys is a DICOM PMS Provider.

Dmin / Dmax

Minimal / maximal optical density on the film.

DNS

Domain Name System


The DNS server builds up the connection between IPaddress and Domain name.

Domain Name

The Domain Name is the name for a device in the network.


It provides for a more comfortable contact to a network node
by calling it via name instead of the IP address. In the
internet for example the IP address 19.5.6.121 can be
contacted by the name 'johnson.com'. To identify a device in
the network via a name it has to be registered in a DNS
server. The network system administrator determines the
domain name for DRYSTAR AXYS.

DPI

Dots Per Inch.


Pixels per Inch (1 inch = 2,54 cm)

DRA

Direct Remote Access.


Remote service

DTE

Data Terminal Equipment.


Term out of the RS232 Specification. DTE equipment sends
data on pin 2 and receives on pin 3.
See also DCE.

Term

Short description

E
EEPROM

Electrically Erasable, Programmable Read Only Memory.


Memory chip that can be electronically erased and
programmed again.

EMC

ElectroMagnetic Compatibility.

EMI

ElectroMagnetic Interference.

EPROM

Erasable, Programmable Read Only Memory. Memory chip


that can be erased by ultraviolet light and be electronically
programmed again.

Ethernet

Network carrier technology for LANs (Local Area Networks).

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Glossary

Short description

F
FIFO

First In, First Out.


Way of storing data that first selects the data that have been
entered first.
Used in (print) queues.

Film batch

Number printed on the film packet.


It changes with every new film emulsion. Only the films with
the same film batch have exactly the same characteristics.

Film Sensitometry

Calibration of the film.


By calibrating, the printer gets a table with certain density
values for certain control values.

Film type

Film of a certain producer or a similar producer but with


different characteristics (sensitivity, contrast).

FireWire

Serial bus standard also known as IEEE1394. Data rate up


to 400 Mb/s.

Flash EPROM

An EPROM in which data have to be deleted in fixed blocks


instead of separate bytes.

Fog level

Lowest optical density that can be measured on the film.

FPGA

Field Programmable Gate Array.


A logic chip, which can be programmed. An FPGA can be
programmed after its production.

FSE

Field Service Engineer. Service technician.

FTP

File Transfer Protocol.


A network protocol required for file transfer within the
network.

Term

Short description

G
GSN

Global Support Network. Part of the Agfa HealthCare service


organisation.

Term

Short description

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Term

Short description

Heat sink

Assembly to absorb and dissipate heat.


It is used with the thermal print head to dissipate its surplus
heat energy.

HTTP

HyperText Transmission Protocol.


Protocol that determines the data format and the way of
transmission of HTML-pages in the World Wide Web
(WWW).

Host

In the computer world a host computer is a device, which


provides services and settings for other computers.
Especially in the world of medical devices a host system is
the device at which the printer is going to be connected to.

Hyper Terminal

A Windows program used for serial data communication


between two computers.

Term

Short description

I
ICM

Image Composition Map.


Complete image data for a complete film. These image data
correspond to the several pixels on the film that is going to
be printed.

IEC

International Electro technical Commission

Infocounter

File in the printer, which logs lots of information and events.


The infocounter contains for example the date of the
installation, the SW version and all the errors that have
occurred.

IP-Address

Internet Protocol Address.


A 32 Bit address, which is assigned to each TCP/IP host.
Example: 192.9.200.201.

ISDN

Integrated Services Digital Network. Telecommunication


network which allows different ways of communication
(language, text, data, images) to be transferred in one united
public net.

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Glossary

Short description

J
Java

An object oriented programming language developed by Sun


Microsystems. It is independent of the computer system
used.
Java is used for browsers in the WWW.

Term

Short description

K
KEY6 Assy

Printed circuit board to control the printer keypad.

Term

Short description

L
LCD-Display

Liquid Crystal Display.


By supplying a voltage the liquid crystals are arranged such
that a contrast is visible.

LED

Light Emitting Diode.


Diode which emits green, yellow or red light.

LUT

Look-Up Table,
contrast reference curve, e.g. Kanamori LUT.

Term

Short description

M
Mammography

X-ray diagnostics of the female breast.

Term

Short description

N
Netmask

Also called subnet mask. A 32 bit mask that displays which


bits are in use for the subnet address. Subnets are used in a
network to keep it well-structured.

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Term

Short description

Null Modem Cable

A RS232 cable where all the wires are crossed over. This
way for example the receive wire at the one side is
connected with the transmit wire of the other side.

Term

Short description

O
O.D.

Optical Density

Term

Short description

P
PACS

Picture Archiving and Communication System.

PCB

Printed Circuit Board.

Pick-up Module

Assembly in the printer that provides for the transport of a


film out of the input tray.

Pixel

One of the individual dots that make up an image on the film.


E.g. a 10x12" film contains 4940 x 5900 pixels (adressable
area).

PMS

DICOM Print Management Service.


A device that provides DICOM PMS
(= provider), makes printing of DICOM images possible. A
device using DICOM PMS (= user) can control a DICOM
printer. DRYSTAR Axys is a DICOM PMS provider.

Portex

AGFA own operating system for medical devices.

Postscript

Imperative programming language for the device


independent description of print pages which brings the
complete data (text, images, graphics) and their positions to
a standardized data structure. PostScript was developed in
1982 by the American company Adobe Systems and evolved
in the meantime to a quasi-standard. A further development
is PostScript Level 2, which has got among others things an
optimized data compression.

Print drum

A rubber drum in the printer that guides the film along the
thermal print head.

Prompt

A symbol that appears on a computer terminal screen.


Example: C:\>

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Short description
R
RAM

Random Access Memory


Free accessible memory. The RAM-board is used to store
intermediate data.

RJ45

Recommended Jack 45.


A connector specification used with UTP cables. The
connectors are 8-pole flat connectors.

Router

A device in the network to connect two or more networks. It


routes incoming data packages to the corresponding
network. The network system administrator defines the IPaddress of the router for the printer. Only if the router IPaddress is known by the printer it is possible for the printer to
send information via the network back to devices which are
located in another segment of the network.

RS232 Interface

Computer interface to convert computer internal parallel data


into serial data and vice versa. The interface is defined via
RS232 (Recommended Standard).

RS232 cable

Cable following the RS232 standard (Recommended


Standard) to connect two RS232 interfaces (for example
connection between modem and PC).

Term

Short description

S
Service Interface

RS232 Interface at the printer.

Service key

Service tool.
Used to bridge safety switches to make it possible to control
all the devices despite the device is opened.

SMPTE

Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers.


The printer is able to print out the black/white test image
named after the SMPTE for test purposes.

SMTP

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol.


Protocol to send e-mails between computers in the internet.

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Glossary

Short description

T
TCP/IP

Transport Control Protocol / Internet Protocol. Widespread


network protocol.

Telnet

A network protocol that provides for logging in to a network


computer system.

TIF

Tagged Image Format.


A standard format to store pixel oriented images. GIF and
JPG are more and more superseding TIF.

TH

Abbreviation of Thermal Print Head.

Thanos board

Board on the Devil Board. Responsible for operating system


and image processing.

Thermal Print Head

Resistor line that transfers the image to the film.

Term

Short description

U
USB

Universal Serial Bus.


PC bus system to attach peripherals like scanner, keyboards
etc. to PC's. Data rate 12 Mb/s and up to 480 Mb/s for USB2.

UTP

Unshielded Twisted Pair.


A network cable where the wires are twisted and without
additional shielding.

Term

Short description

V
VDE

Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker.


Association of German Electro-Technicians

Term

Short description

X
XT

X-Terminal.
An Agfa program for serial data communication between two
computers.

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Purpose of this Document


This document describes how to

add the order list for documentation.

print.

add comments.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes
compared to previous Version 1.1

1.2

06-2008

Added how to integrate the order list for documentation in a


printed manual. See section 1.

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Integrating the Order List for Documentation


IMPORTANT:
The order list for documentation is not part of the service manual for download.
Purpose of the order list for documentation:
To verify the latest level and completeness of your Service Manual.
(1) In the MEDNET GSO library select the product of your interest.
(2) Select Order list and Front page PRODUCT - Chapter 00 - Order List for
Documentation.
(3) Download the order list for documentation to your computer.
(4) When creating a paper manual:
Print the order list and put it behind the cover sheet.

Printing single Pages, Chapters or the complete Manual

IMPORTANT:
Preferably print this manual double-sided:
This PDF manual contains empty pages at the end of several chapters, to have the
next chapter starting with an uneven page number when printed doubles-sided.
If printed one-sided, dispose these empty pages.
Preferably print circuit diagrams on a DIN A3 or ANSI B (Ledger) printer, if
available.
Some pages especially circuit diagrams for equipment have been created on paper
size larger than DIN A4/Letter. Printing these pages on DIN A4/Letter may result in
reduced legibility. It is recommended to print these pages separately on a DIN A3 or
ANSI B (Ledger) printer.

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Printing single Pages or Chapters


To print single chapters or pages of a chapter proceed as follows:
(1)

Click the bookmark of the desired chapter.

(2)

Write down or remember the shown PDF page number. See Figure 1.

Figure 1: PDF page number in the Adobe reader toolbar


(3)

Go the end of the section or desired range of pages.

(4)

Select "Print".

(5)

Select the page range.

(6)

Select "Reduce to printer margins" and "Auto-rotate and Center".

(7)

Select OK.

Figure 2: Print dialogue for printing single pages or chapters

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NOTE:
Shrink to printable area may be named on other Adobe Reader versions
reduce to printer margins or shrink oversized pages to paper size.

2.2

Printing the complete Service Manual


To print the complete service manual proceed as follows:
(1)

Select "Print".

(2)

Select All.

(3)

Select "shrink to printable area" and "Auto-rotate and Center"


(see NOTE above).

(4)

Select OK.

Figure 3: Print dialogue for printing the complete manual

Adding Comments

If you open this file in an Adobe Reader version 7, the comment toolbar will
show-up.

This allows adding comments, to highlight or underline text and many more text
manipulations.

Figure 4: Adobe Reader comments toolbar

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Exporting your Comments


NOTE:
Exporting your comments allows importing them again in a next version of the manual.

(1)

In the drop down menu Comment & Markup select "Show comments List".

Figure 5: Drop down menu Comment & Markup

3.2

(2)

Select the desired comments: Press the CTRL-key for multiple selections.

(3)

Select Options - Export Selected Comments.

(4)

Save the file with any name.

Importing Comments
(1)

In the drop down menu Comment & Markup select "Show comments List".

(2)

Select Options - Import Comments.

(3)

Browse for the comments file and press select.

NOTE:
The imported comments possibly appear on different pages, if the file where the
comments have been imported has a different number of pages.

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