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Service Manual for Download

HEALTHCARE
Imaging Services

Purpose of this Document


This document describes how to

add the order list for documentation.

print.

add comments.

Document History
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Date

Changes
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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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HEALTHCARE

Service Manual

Imaging Services

Document No: DD+DIS219.06E

CR 35-X
Type 5158 /100

CR 25.0
Type 5156 /105
(as of SN 6000)

2nd Edition

CR 35-X

CR 25.0

Type 5158 / 100

Type 5156 / 105


(as of SN 6000)

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Copyright 2006 Agfa-Gevaert HealthCare

DD+DIS219.06E

About this Manual

Manufacturer
Agfa-Gevaert HealthCare GmbH
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

2.0

12-2006

compared to previous Edition 1:

Only layout changes as CR 25.0 Type 5156 / 105


(as of SN 6000) is also integrated in this
Service Documentation, DD+DIS219.06E.

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About this Manual

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


2nd Edition CR 35-X Type 5158/100 / CR 25.0 Type 5156/105
Service Documentation (DD+DIS219.06E)

IMPORTANT:
The 2nd Edition of the Service Documentation for
CR 35-X Type 5158/100 and CR 25.0 Type 5156/105 , DD+DIS219.06E is valid for:
CR 35-X Type 5158/100 and for
CR 25.0 Type 5156/105 (as of SN 6000)
Explanation:
The improved detector unit (light guide and photomultiplier) from CR 35-X is
integrated in CR 25.0 and hence the new subtype CR 25.0 Type 5156/105 has been
created.
The improvement is not available for CR 25.0 type 5156/100.
The Digitizer CR 25.0 Type 5156/105 has been introduced in production and can be
distinguished from CR 25.0 Type 5156/100 by the type label:
Type: 5156/105
Serial Number SN: 6000

Note that this Service Documentation is not valid for the other type of CR 25.0 as:
CR 25.0 Type 5156/100
For the CR 25.0 Type 5156/100 only the CR 25.0 Service Documentation,
DD+DIS071.04E is valid.
Reason
for the
nd

Edition

The 2nd Edition of this Documentation has been released due to the fact that the
former CR 35-X Service Documentation from now on is also valid for the
CR 25.0 Type 5156/105.
Only the layout of the Service Documentation and product specific safety notes have
been adapted. No changes of the content have been made.

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Product
Description

About this Manual

The CR 35-X Type 5158/100 (CR 25.0 Type 5156/105) digitizer is the
follow-up model of the CR 25.0 Type 5156/100 digitizer.
It has been designed for General Radiology environments and, particularly, for the
CR Mammography Solution.
Main changes between CR 25.0 Type 5156/100 and
CR 35-X Type 5158/100 (CR 25.0 Type 5156/105) are:
Acrylic light guide with glued PMT (PhotoMultiplier Tube) is used instead of
optical fibers.

Download
from
MedNet

Features of
the Digitizer

This Service Documentation is available on the MedNet GSO Library.


Path: Computed Radiography /CR Digitizers / CR 35-X

The CR 35-X Type 5158/100 (CR 25.0 Type 5156/105) scans the exposed CR
image plate, converts the information into digital data and automatically transfers the
image to the image processing station for further processing and visualization.
The digitizer requires but little manual interaction. All you have to do, after exposure
and identification of the cassette, is to insert it into the digitizer.
The digitizer takes in the cassette, reads the demographic data and routing
information from the memory chip in the cassette, opens the cassette, removes the
image plate and scans the latent image by means of a deflected laser beam.
Once the image is digitized, the cassette is returned to the cassette slot.
Depending on the X-ray intensity which has affected the phosphor during the
exposure, more or less light will be emitted during laser scanning. The light is
converted into an electrical signal. This signal is then converted into a digital bit
stream.
Once converted into digital form, the digitized image is transferred to the image
processing station for further processing and visualization.

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Features of
the Digitzer

About this Manual

Further features of the CR 35-X Type 5158/100 (CR 25.0 Type 5156/105) include:
The digitizer permits assigning the status emergency to an image. An emergency
image will be given priority by the image processing station if the Emergency key
is pressed before inserting an unidentified cassette.
The digitizer permits re-erasing an image plate before re-using it. In specific cases,
this is necessary to prevent ghost images caused by previous exposures or stray
radiation from interfering with the image of interest.
If the digitizer is dedicated to one ID Station, additional features are available:

Intended
Use of the
digitizer

quickly identifying cassettes without the need for an ID Tablet

reading the identification data of a cassette

initializing a cassette, i.e. changing the image plate type

This CR 35-X Type 5158/100 (CR 25.0 Type 5156/105) must only be used to scan
exposed X-ray cassettes, containing an erasable image plate (IP).
This device is part of a system, consisting of X-ray cassettes with erasable phosphor
image plates, an identification station for the cassettes and a workstation where the
resulting digital image information is further processed and routed.
It is intended that this device is only operated in a radiological environment by
qualified staff.

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All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.

Published by
Agfa-Gevaert HealthCare GmbH
Tegernseer Landstrae 161
D - 81539 Mnchen
Germany
AGFA and the Agfa-Rhombus are trademarks of Agfa-Gevaert NV
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HEALTHCARE

Generic Safety Directions

Imaging Services

Safety Directions
for HealthCare Imaging Products

Purpose of this document


This Generic Safety Directions document comprises the general safety relevant
information for the Service Engineer.
It is valid for all Agfa HealthCare Imaging Products and part of each
Service Documentation as well as Installation Planning document.
The latest version is available via
MEDNET => GSO Library => General Info => Agfa HealthCare => Publications =>
Service Manual

Document History
Edition.
Revision

1.2

04-2007

Release
Date

Changes

compared to previous Revision 1.1

04-2007

Editorial rework to improve comprehensibility

Referenced Documents
Document

Title

n.a.

n.a.

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WARNING:
Improper operation or service activities may cause damage or injuries.

INSTRUCTION:
Read this document prior to attempting any operation, repair or maintenance task on the
equipment.
Strictly observe all safety directions within this document and on the product.

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List of Contents

LIST OF CONTENTS

DISCLAIMER .........................................................................................................6

USED ICONS.........................................................................................................7

LABELS..................................................................................................................8
3.1

CE Mark ...................................................................................................8

3.2

System Labels..........................................................................................8

3.3

System Labels concerning Laser Radiation.............................................9

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

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

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

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

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

CONNECTIONS TO OTHER EQUIPMENT.........................................................12

10

ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS ................................................................13

11

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

12

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR OPERATION .........................................................16

13

RADIATION PROTECTION .................................................................................17

14

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR CLEANING AND DISINFECTION .........................17

15

GENERAL SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR SERVICE ACTIVITIES ........................17

16

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLATION PLANNING ACTIVITIES .............18

17

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLATION ACTIVITIES ................................20

18

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ACTIVITIES.........21

19

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR REMOTE SERVICE ACTIVITIES..........................23

20

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR TRANSPORT AND SHIPMENT OF SPARE


PARTS, ACCESSORIES AND DEVICES............................................................23
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List of Contents
21

SAFETY DIRECTIONS CONCERNING MODIFICATIONS ................................ 24

22

SAFETY DIRECTIONS CONCERNING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ................. 24

23

WASTE DISPOSAL ............................................................................................. 24

24

RECYCLING........................................................................................................ 25

25

ERASING PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION (PHI)................................... 25

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Disclaimer

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

Used Icons
Icon

Name and Circumstances


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:
If used in combination with the warning or caution sign: Indicates
a specific instruction, which if followed exactly, avoids the
subject of the warning or caution.
If used without warning or caution sign: Indicates an instruction
where it is important to follow literally as described.
IMPORTANT:
Highlights very important actions which have to be carried out to
prevent malfunction.
NOTE:
Indicates advice to facilitate the following step or action
Highlights unusual points
Indicates background information
Can be used to explain or highlight displays of the
graphical user interface.
Is additional information without influence on the action or step!

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Labels

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.

System Labels
All system labels and software version number locations are referred to within this service
document in the appropriate section.
Enclosed an overview of common labels, according to ISO 3864.
This list is not complete.

Hot Surface

Obstacles

Laser Beam

Corrosive Liquid

Magnetic Field Ionizing Radiation

High Voltage

Hand Injuries
C&W_005.cdr

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Labels

3.3

System 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.
The table below lists the meaning of the different laser classes. Note the detailed
instructions in the user manual and technical documentation.
Class 1:

Not dangerous to the human eye.

Class 2:

Laser units having a maximum output of 1 mW. The accessible laser


radiation only lies within the visible range of the spectrum (400 nm to
700 nm). With brief exposure times (up to 0.25 s) there is no danger
due to the blink reflex.

Class 3A:

Laser units having a maximum output of 5 mW. The accessible laser


radiation becomes dangerous for the eye, if the cross section of
radiation is reduced by optical instruments. If this is not the case, the
emitted laser radiation in the visible region of the spectrum, with short
exposure times (up to 0.25 s), is not dangerous in the spectral
regions, even for long irradiation times.
Proper use must be observed.
Required safety equipment must be used.

Class 3B:

Laser units having a maximum output of 500 mW. Dangerous to the


human eye and in particular cases to the skin.
Proper use must be observed.
Required safety equipment must be used.

Class 4:

Laser units having a higher output than 500 mW. Extremely


dangerous to the human eye and dangerous to the human skin.
Proper use must be observed.
Required safety equipment must be used.

Manufacturer AGFA GEVAERT N.V.


GIUM
Septestraat 27-2640 -Mortsel-BEL
1011 Date: 20 06-07
Type 5175/100 S/N
50-60Hz
100-12 0/220-240V 2.0/1.0A
Made in Germany
Pe issenberg
July 2 006

Figure 1: Example for Laser Classification

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Product Complaints - References

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

Agfa
Septestraat 27
2640 Mortsel, Belgium.
Fax +32 3 444 7094

References
Technical Documentation is available via MedNet (PDF) and your local Agfa HealthCare
support organisation (Paper).
Access to MedNet:
IntraNet: http://docs.agfanet/bu/mi/mednet/mednetcso.nsf
ExtraNet: http://extranet.agfa.com/bu/mi/mednet/mednetcso.nsf

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Intended Use - Intended Users - Qualifications for Operation and Service Tasks

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.

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
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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Connections to other Equipment

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.
The Agfa HealthCare products are designed to communicate with other devices in the
hospital network using DICOM protocols.

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

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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:

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

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Compliance

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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.

Applied Standards for HealthCare Imaging Products


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 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.

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Compliance

Additional standards for documentation:


IEC 62079 Ed. 1: Preparation of instructions - Structuring, content and presentation
Harmonization:
Global Harmonization Task Force (GHTF) www.ghtf.org/

This document has been prepared to comply with Study Group 1 guidance document
of the Global Harmonization Task Force (GHTF) www.ghtf.org/ 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

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.

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 t 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.
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.

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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.

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Safety Directions for Cleaning and Disinfection

15

Ionizing radiation can lead to radiation injuries if handled incorrectly. When radiation is
applied, the required protective measures must be complied with.

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
documents.
Disconnect the power supply from the equipment prior to cleaning the equipment.

General Safety Directions for Service Activities

This system uses high voltage. Please 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 12) 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 Allen 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 text.
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).

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General Safety Directions for Service Activities Safety Directions for Installation Planning Activities

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.

Static discharge at electrical components:


CAUTION:
Static discharge! Electrical components may be destroyed:
For the repair on electrical components, wear a grounding strap
(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

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.

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The device complies with the EN 60601-1, 2006 standard for Information Technology.
This means that, although it is absolutely safe, patients may not come in direct contact
with the equipment. Therefore the operator console must be placed outside a radius
of 1.5 m around the patient.

R = 1.5m
1.5m
1.5m
Patient environment

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.

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/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-cable
disconnecting device in the internal installation fitted near the product and that it is
easily accessible.
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.

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:

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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.

Safety Directions for Maintenance and Repair Activities

This Technical Documentation identifies the parts on which preventive inspection and
maintenance shall be performed by Agfa HealthCare service personnel, including the
periods to be applied.
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.
Cleaning optical elements:
CAUTION:
Image artifacts possible after cleaning optical elements.
When cleaning optical elements follow the service manual precisely.

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Secured screws:
CAUTION:
Opening screws secured by red lacquer may misalign important device
adjustments:
Do not open screws that are secured by red lacquer.
Sharp edges:
CAUTION:
Sharp edges inside the device: Cut or abrasion possible.
Be careful at maintenance and replacement of parts.
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.

Checking ground connections:


WARNING:
Improper ground connection of the device metal housing may lead to electric
shocks.

In case of power supply replacements or maintenance check the protective earth


resistance according to the national regulations.

Make sure, that all grounding connections to metallic covers are present

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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.

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Safety Directions for Transport and Shipment of Spare Parts,


Accessories and Devices

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.

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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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Waste Disposal
The Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), which
entered into force as European law on 13th February 2003, resulted in a major
change in the treatment of electrical equipment at end-of-life.
The purpose of this Directive is, as a first priority, the prevention of WEEE, and in
addition, to promote the reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery of such wastes so as
to reduce the disposal of waste.
The WEEE logo on the product or on its box indicates that this product must not be
disposed of or dumped with household waste. The owner of the equipment is liable to
dispose of all electronic or electrical waste equipment by delivering to the specified
collection point for recycling of such hazardous waste, collection and proper recovery of
electronic and electrical waste equipment at the time of disposal will allow the producer to
help conserve natural resources.
Recycling of the electronic and electrical waste equipment will ensure safety of human
health and the environment. For more information about electronic and electrical waste
equipment disposal, recovery and collection points, please contact your local, waste
disposal service or producer / distributor of this equipment.
If your equipment or replaced spare parts contain batteries or accumulators please
dispose of these separately according to local regulations.

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Recycling - Erasing Protected Health Information (PHI)

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Recycling
Recycling pass see http://intra.agfanet/cd/ep/ehs.nsf

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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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Copyright 2007 Agfa HealthCare N.V.
All rights reserved.
Technical modifications reserved.

Published by
Agfa HealthCare N.V.
Tegernseer Landstrae 161
D - 81539 Mnchen
Germany
AGFA and the Agfa-Rhombus are trademarks of Agfa HealthCare N.V.

printed in Germany
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Chapter 1

HEALTHCARE

Controls, Connections,
and Setup Procedures

Imaging Services

Document No: DD+DIS219.06E

CR 35-X
Type 5158 /100

CR 25.0
Type 5156 /105
(as of SN 6000)

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 2.0

2.1

02-2007

Updated section Removing the Shipping Brackets


See section 2.4, pages 7-8.

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

INTENDED USE OF CR 35-X ..................................................................................................4

PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION ...........................................................................5


2.1

Inspection of Packing................................................................................................................5

2.2

Unpacking the Components......................................................................................................6

2.3

Checking the Scope of Delivery................................................................................................6

2.4

Removing the Shipping Brackets..............................................................................................7

OPERATION TERMINAL .......................................................................................................10

PREPARATIONS FOR THE INSTALLATION ........................................................................11

4.1

Preconditions ..........................................................................................................................11

4.2

Required Service Programs....................................................................................................11

4.2.1

CCM-Tool................................................................................................................................11

4.2.2

Error Message Program..........................................................................................................12

4.3

Preparations for the Installation ..............................................................................................12

INSTALLATION OF DIGITIZER .............................................................................................13


5.1

Electric Connection .................................................................................................................13

5.1.1

Connecting the Mains Cable...................................................................................................14

5.2

Start-up ...................................................................................................................................14

5.2.1

Installation without CRUS .......................................................................................................15

5.2.2

Installation with CRUS ............................................................................................................16

5.3

System Integration ..................................................................................................................16

5.4

Make a Backup of machine-specific Data...............................................................................16

CONCLUDING THE INSTALLATION.....................................................................................17


6.1

Checking the Technical Image Quality ...................................................................................17

6.1.1

Exposure of a Flatfield ............................................................................................................17

6.1.2

Evaluation of a Flatfield...........................................................................................................19

6.2

Last Steps ...............................................................................................................................20

INSTALLATION OF OTHER CR COMPONENTS..................................................................20

CHECKLIST FOR INSTALLATION / MACHINE START-UP..................................................21

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NOTE:
The Installation Checklist in section 8 of this chapter gives an overview of all steps and
guides through the complete installation process.

Intended Use of CR 35-X


The CR 35-X must only be used to scan exposed X-ray cassettes, containing an
erasable image plate (IP). This device is part of a system, consisting of X-ray cassettes
with erasable phosphor image plates, an identification station for the cassettes and a
workstation where the resulting digital image information is further processed and
routed.
It is intended that the CR 35-X is only operated in a radiological environment by
qualified staff.

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Preparations before Installation

2.1

Inspection of Packing
The following actions should be taken upon delivery of the system components,
preferably by the customer:

Completeness check of the shipment by means of the packing list (number of


pallets)

Comparison of the labels on the boxes with the customer's order list and the
shipping papers.

Checking of the packing material for visible transport damage such as

dented edges

damage on the box

torn fixing elements (metal straps, screws)

In case of damage visible from the outside turn to your local AGFA
representative.

Checking of the attached safety indicators on the packing boxes.

figure 1

If the machine was tilted, the


arrow head in the circle of the
TILTWATCH changes from white
to red.

If the machine was subjected to shocks, the


square field in the middle of the
SHOCKWATCH changes from white to red.

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Unpacking the Components


The following actions must be taken by the forwarder upon delivery of the system
components.
(1)

Remove the outer packing material.


The individual boxes inside must not be opened by the forwarder.

(2)

Take out the accessories or boxes and take out hooks for the ramp.

(3)

Take the machine off the pallet and transport it to the installation site.

(4)

Dispose the packing material.

NOTE:
For unpacking and lifting the machine off the pallet, an area of minimal 200 cm x 350
cm is required. If the available space at the installation site is limited, the machine can
be unpacked beforehand and rolled to the installation site.

2.3

Checking the Scope of Delivery


The following actions have to be done by the FSE (Field Service Engineer) at the
customer site.

Check the scope of delivery:


Compare the inventory of every component with the packing list which specifies
the complete scope of delivery

Pieces

Description

Digitizer

Installation Instructions

Installation Report

User Manual

Reference Manual

Certificates

Mains Cable (1x US- connector, 1 x Euro-DIN connector)

UTP network cable (2 x RJ45 connection)

floppy disks (3 x Release floppy, 1 x Hard Disk Formatter floppy,


1 x Language floppy, 1 x Backup floppy, 2 x Portex floppy)

Handle

Cu filter

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Removing the Shipping Brackets


Remove all cushioning parts and transport safeguards prior to first operation as
described below in steps 1 11.

figure 2

CAUTION:
Transportation parts can damage the product.
Remove all transportation parts prior to first operation.
(1)

Remove two cable ties and swing metal safeguard forward and remove it.

(2)

Remove cable tie.

(3)

Remove two cable ties and lift the foam strip and remove it.

(4)

Remove two cable ties and lift the foam strip and remove it.

(5)

Swing the foam block aside and remove it.

(6)

Lift and remove the two foam blocks.

(7)

Remove cable tie and turn the metal bar upwards approx. 45 and pull it out.

(8)

Swing out the cPCI-rack and remove the foam part.

NOTE:
The foam part is hidden behind the cPCI-rack and can not be seen from outside!
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Remove the L-shaped transport safeguard.

(10) Install the handle (which is in scope of delivery) instead.


(11) Remove three cable ties at the Photomultiplier.
(2 cable ties on the left side and 1 cable tie on the right side)

figure 3

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Controls and Connections

4
3
2
1
5

6
8
7

5158_reg01_003.cdr

VDE
UL
figure 4

(1)

Line switch Digitizer

(2)

Port (RS 232 25-pin D connector, female D) for the Service PC


(behind the front door)

(3)

Status indicator

(4)

Emergency buttons

(5)

Network connection (unshielded twisted pair)

(6)

Voltage adaptation switch

(7)

Mains cable VDE/UL

(8)

Supplementary grounding cable connection and Potential Equalization

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Operation Terminal

5155_reg01_002.cdr

figure 5

Display Functions
The key operator level is intended to be used by the normal operator. He uses the
system only to produce diagnostic usable images without the requirement for special
technical skill or background.

Key

Function

Key

Function

Gives an image the status of


emergency when sending it to
the processing station

Starts erasing images without


scanning them

Provides access to advanced


key-operator functions

Gives access to service level


functions
Exits the service level

Quits the current function, exits a


menu without saving
modifications

Confirms the keyboarded input

Exits from key-operator mode


and service level

Confirms that you have noticed


non-fatal errors
In "LOCKED" condition,
proceeds with the Digitizer
operation

Moves the cursor one position up


to previous edit field

Moves the cursor one position


down to next edit field

Scrolls upwards or increments


digits in a numeric entry field

Scrolls downwards or
decrements digits in a numeric
entry field

Scrolls backwards through


multiple choices within a field
Moves the entry position in a
numerical field in descending
order (from right digit to left digit)
or toggles between values

Scrolls backwards through


multiple choices within a field
Moves the entry position in a
numerical field in ascending
order (from left digit to right
digit) or toggles between values

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Preparations for the Installation

4.1

Preconditions

the digitizer is at its installation site

finished pre-installation as described in 4.3

NOTE:
When integrating the digitizer into an existing network, it is necessary to create a
CPF file beforehand (see Chapter 11, Installation Planning, checklist).
With a pure CR Network
(1 Digitizer, 1 Image Processing Station, 1 Preview/ID Station), the shipment
configuration can be used.

4.2

Required Service Programs


The following Software has to be installed on:

4.2.1

your Service PC or

the PC of the ID / Preview -Station.

CCM-Tool
The latest version of the CCM - Tool can be downloaded from MedNet.
The CCM - Tool is needed to create and modify the configuration file (adc.cpf) for the
CR 35-X and the other CR System Components.
IMPORTANT:
Possibility of incorrect software performance.
If there is already a previous version installed on your Service PC, remove the
complete directory as well as the icons.
Installation:

install by executing "setup.exe"

The CCM Tool will be installed in


directory "IMOS" or any directory
of your choice.

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Error Message Program


The "SHOW ERROR PROGRAM" with the "ERROR.MSG file" translates the CR 35-X
error codes into clear text.
The "SHOW ERROR PROGRAM" is a part of IMOS, the "ERROR.MSG file" is loaded
in the Digitizer.

4.3

Preparations for the Installation


The following work should be performed before the system components are installed:

Laying of the network cables (Ethernet).

Creation and adaptation of the configuration file adc.cpf, together with the
application specialist.

NOTE:
We recommend, creating and adapting the configuration file adc.cpf, before starting
the installation. This allows you a smooth installation.
For detailed information see CR System Components, DD+DIS198.00E, chapter 6.2.

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Installation of Digitizer

5.1

Electric Connection
CAUTION:
Risk of damaging the digitizer by wrong voltage selection.
Prior to first operation check voltage selector at rear side of digitizer.
If the voltage adaption is not correct, take a screw driver and turn the switch to
correct position.

Voltage selector

11_
_reg
5155

Voltage can be adapted to


100 / 120 / 230-240 V.

dr
007 .c

The default setting is 230-240 V

figure 6

NOTE:
If the CR 35-X shall operate at 240 V / 60 Hz use a phase to phase centre tap wall
outlet, otherwise the leakage current will rise over 0.5 mA.

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Controls, Connections, and Setup Procedures

Connecting the Mains Cable


Two mains cables are included as standard delivery:

USA/Japan: Nema 5-15P; (UL)

Europe: CEE(7)VII 250 V / 16 A; (VDE)

Mains connection
Remove the yellow sticker
from the mains socket of the
machine only after having
checked the voltage
adjustment.

(2)

Connect the correct mains


cable to the machine and to
the power supply.

CHECK POWER
SELECTION BEFORE
CONNECTING TO MAINS
5155_reg01_004.cdr

(1)

figure 7

5.2

Start-up
NOTE:
The Digitizer must not be connected to a network during the start-up process.
(1)

Switch on the digitizer.

(2)

Check the operation terminal during the initialization.


While booting for the first time, the message "Installation not yet confirmed"
appears.
Confirm with .

(3)

After a successful start-up "ready" appears.

(4)

Check/adjust date and time in key operator mode.

(5)

Choose terminal language in the service menu "Configure User terminal


language", available after release of Language File.

(6)

Store the modified machine-specific data.

(7)

Open the service menu "Maintenance test cycle without scan" and check
the function of cassette- and plate operation with the machine open. Each size
should run at least one time.

(8)

Erase all image plates.

End of the mechanical part of start-up. Proceed with 5.2.1 or 5.2.1.2

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5.2.1

Installation without CRUS

5.2.1.1

Integrating the Digitizer into an independent, pure CR Network


A pure CR network consists of:

1 digitizer

processing station

In this case the ex factory settings for the IP-address (adcs1 192.9.200.199) can be
used.
A new configuration of the machine is not required.
Measures:
(1)

Switch off the digitizer

(2)

Connect the digitizer to the Ethernet

(3)

Switch on the digitizer

End of network integration. Proceed with 5.3.

5.2.1.2

Integrating the Digitizer into an existing Network


In this case the IP-address has to be adapted to the existing network. This happens by
means of the CPF-file created beforehand.
Measures:
(1)

Load the adapted configuration file adc.cpf (see 4.2.1):


- insert the disk with the CPF-File
- select <Install from floppy>
<CPF-File>

(2)

Choose a name suggested on the LCD

(3)

Store the modified machine-specific data

(4)

Switch off the digitizer

(5)

Connect the digitizer to the Ethernet

(6)

Switch on the digitizer

The digitizer is now integrated to the network

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Installation with CRUS


The CRUS already includes UPS, HUB, isolating transformer and processing station
with monitor, keyboard and mouse. It works together with a digitizer as a pure CR
network.
Measures:

5.3

(1)

Switch off the digitizer

(2)

Connect all components

(3)

Switch on the digitizer

System Integration
Precondition
The destinations intended for the digitizer, have to be put into operation and must be
obtainable via Ethernet.
Measures:
(1)

Check whether the processing station is obtainable.


Service menu: "Checks Check destinations"

(2)

Send a test image to the processing station


Key operator menu Send test image

(3)

Check the function of the emergency buttons. As a precondition the emergency


buttons must have been programmed via CPF. Standard CPF includes entries
about the emergency buttons. If a new CPF has been created, corresponding
entries have to be present.

End of system integration

5.4

Make a Backup of machine-specific Data


(1)

Insert an existing backup floppy or a


new formatted floppy

(2)

Start the service program

(3) Select
<save on floppy>
<Machine specific data>
(4)

Start the backup procedure

(5)

Label the floppy as shown in figure 8.

figure 8

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Concluding the Installation

6.1

Checking the Technical Image Quality


The hard disk of the digitizer contains two flatfields showing the least acceptable
quality.
For quality evaluation flatfields can be sent to a printer via Service-Menu
<CHECKS>
<SEND FLATFIELD>
<CALIBRATION PATTERN>
<BANDING PATTERN>
Compare the samples with the images created by yourself.

6.1.1

Exposure of a Flatfield
(1)

Expose a gray field (flatfield) and evaluate the image on the Processing Station
and the Laser printer.
Criteria: homogenous field, stripes etc.

(2)

Have a new plate of every format exposed twice as follows:

Rotating
Anode

x-ray tube
Cathode

5155_reg01_006.cdr

figure 9

(3)

For exposure place the cassette to match the long axes of cassette and x-ray
tube; see figure 9.
1st exposure: Dose: 10 Gy 12.0 mAs 75 kV 1.3 m distance, 1.5 mm Cu
filter

NOTE:
Please note that these are approximate values that may vary within the x-ray devices
to reach the specified dose of 10 Gy.

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(4)

Turn cassette by 180.

(5)

2nd exposure: use same parameters as in 1st exposure.

(6)

Use a dosimeter to measure the dose!

(7)

Identify the cassette as follows:

On QS Processing Station:
Select Study type:
<System Diagnosis>.
Select Substudy:
<Flat field>.
Confirm Exposure class:
<200>.

figure 10

On NX Processing Station:
Select Exam Group:
<System Diagnosis>.
Select Exposure Type:
<Flat Field>.
Confirm Detector
Sensitivity: <400>.

figure 11

(8)

Insert the cassette into the Digitizer. Print the image on a printer with a window
setting of 0.6 without changing the level setting on the processing station.

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Evaluation of a Flatfield
Banding
Fine white or gray lines in fast-scan direction
Aim: No lines visible or effect revealed less than on banding
pattern
If quality is less than banding pattern test image: Contact
Support center

NOTE:
Fine white or gray lines can also appear, if there is dust on the scanner (in slowscan
direction) - use the scan-brush for cleaning the scanner.

Calibration /
Shading
Calibration

Dark lines or stripes in slow scan direction


Aim: No lines visible or effect revealed less than on sample
If quality is less than calibration pattern test image:
Check / adjust the position of the laser beam via the fiber optics
Expose a new flatfield and compare it with the calibration
pattern.
If quality is still less than calibration pattern:
Make new calibration;
Expose a new flatfield and compare it with the calibration
pattern.
If quality is still less than calibration pattern: Contact Support
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Last Steps
(1)

Dispose of all packing material. (Depending on the country, by the forwarding


agent or by the hospital).

(2)

Complete the Installation Report (enclosed to every device) for all system
components and forward it to the regional RSN Manager.

(3)

Fill in the enclosed form "Site and System Data" and send it to HE GSO, if not
done yet.

(4)

Fill in the site entry form (available on MedNet) for entering the data in SRSS
and forward it to your national data coordinator.

(5)

Hand over the CR System to the application specialist.

NOTE:
Now the technical part of the installation is finished and the application part begins.
Activities beyond the Checklist for Installation/Machine-Start-up must not be booked
on Task Code INS.

Installation of other CR Components


NOTE:
For detailed information on the installation of the processing station / client station or IDStation, see:
ADC Quality System 2.1.xx

DD+DIS135.02E, Chapter 1

CR Quality System 3.0

DD+DIS273.04E

CR Quality System 3.5

DD+DIS302.05E

ADC System Components

DD+DIS198.00E, Chapter 3.

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Checklist for Installation / Machine Start-up


No. Step

Task
Code

OK

Before Installation
(1)

Confirm installation prerequisites

INS

(2)

Check consignment of all devices for damage and


completeness

INS

Installation and Start-up CRUS + Processing Station


(3)

Unpack, check consignment for damage and completeness

(4)

Connect power cords, monitor, keyboard, mouse, and optional INS


devices
(image disks, UPS, DAT-Drive)

(5)

Position processing station respectively CRUS.

INS

(6)

Set in operating system (OS): network settings

INS

(7)

Set in OS: regional settings

INS

(8)

Set in OS: time and data

INS

(9)

For processing station: Set network settings in


OS / settings / control panel

INS

(10) For processing station:


QS: Open Configuration Viewer / File / Import XML
NX: Start NX Configurator / Load a configuration from an
external media

INS

INS

(11) Check basic functions like receiving, printing, sending, viewing INS
images
(12) Create a site specific backup

INS

(13) Check initialization of all cassettes; if required reinitialize them INS


Digitizer Installation and Start-up
(14) Remove shipping brackets and install base plate

INS

(15) Connect the power cord

INS

(16) When first booting: Confirm installation with OK

INS

(17) Check date and time in key operator mode

INS

(18) Choose terminal language in service menu

INS

(19) Reset Infocounters


(20) Make a backup of the machine-specific data

INS
INS

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No. Step

Task
Code

(21) Check the mechanic components


Perform a "Handling Cycle" to check the function of image
plates and cassettes

INS

(22) Erase all image plates

INS

(23) Network Integration


load the adapted configuration file adc.cpf
select a station name for the digitizer from the display
make a backup of the machine specific data
connect the digitizer to the Ethernet

INS

(24) System Integration


- check whether the processing station is obtainable:
<Checks> <Check destinations>;
- send a test image to processing station: "Send test image"
in key operator menu

INS

(25) Check the image quality


send flatfield to a printer:
<Checks> <Send flatfield>

OK

INS

expose flatfields (calibration, banding, Blue LED)


print flatfields (calibration, banding, Blue LED),
compare and evaluate the printouts
(26) Check "Fast Preview" and Direct ID option, if activated

CR Entire System
(27) Perform system test with medical images

INS

(28) Hand over the CR system to the field application specialist

INS

(29) Fill in the form "Site and System Data" and send it to HE GSO INS
(30) Send the completed "Installation Reports" to the regional
Service Manager of your cluster.

INS

Remote Access
(31) Make connection to Service Host

INS

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Chapter 2

Functional Description

Imaging Services

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Purpose of this document


This document explains the functional principle including the functions of the individual
assemblies always under normal conditions without any problems (nominal functional
sequence).
Furthermore it describes the structure and function of specific individual assemblies.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes

2.0

12-2006

compared to previous Edition 1:

Only layout changes as CR 25.0 Type 5156 / 105


(as of SN 6000) is also integrated in this
Service Documentation, DD+DIS219.06E.

Referenced Documents
Document

Title

Service Bulletin

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Functional Description

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

DIGITIZER AS A PART OF THE CR SYSTEM ........................................................................6


1.1

CR System Components ..........................................................................................................6

1.2

Standard Workflow of a CR System .........................................................................................9

1.3

Direct ID and Emergency Mode - Work Flow of the CR System ............................................10

1.4

Combination of Direct ID and Fast Preview............................................................................12

IMAGE PLATES .....................................................................................................................12


2.1

ADC MD 30 Image Plate Principle..........................................................................................12

2.2

CR MD 40 General Plate ........................................................................................................13

2.3

CR MM 3.0 Image Plate special Treatments .......................................................................14

CASSETTES ..........................................................................................................................15
3.1

CR MD 4.0 General Cassette .................................................................................................15

3.2

CR MD 4.1 FLFS (Full Leg Full Spine) Cassette....................................................................16

3.3

Asymmetric Cassette ..............................................................................................................17

3.4

CR Mammography Cassette...................................................................................................18

3.5

CR MD 4.2 Extremities Cassette ............................................................................................19

3.6

Modular Structure of the Digitizer ...........................................................................................22

3.7

Overview of Modules ..............................................................................................................22

3.8

Cassette Unit...........................................................................................................................23

3.9

Transport Unit .........................................................................................................................24

3.10

Scan Unit.................................................................................................................................25

3.10.1

Laser Diode.............................................................................................................................27

3.10.2

Polygon Mirror.........................................................................................................................27

3.10.3

Photomultiplier with acrylic Light Collection Module ...............................................................28

3.10.4

Optic Module Housing.............................................................................................................28

3.11

Erasure Unit ............................................................................................................................29

3.12

cPCI-Rack ...............................................................................................................................30

3.12.1

CPU-OBERON........................................................................................................................31

3.12.2

Scan Master Board .................................................................................................................32

3.12.3

cPCI Power Supply .................................................................................................................33


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3.12.4

Hard Disk ................................................................................................................................34

3.13

Power Unit...............................................................................................................................35

3.13.1

Power Integration Board .........................................................................................................36

CYCLE OF A CASSETTE IN THE DIGITIZER.......................................................................37


4.1

Cassette Unit...........................................................................................................................37

4.1.1

Starting Machine Cycle by inserting a Cassette .....................................................................37

4.1.2

Identification of the Cassette...................................................................................................37

4.1.3

Lowering and Clamping the Cassette and reading the ID Data .............................................38

4.1.4

Opening the Cassette .............................................................................................................38

4.2

Transport Unit .........................................................................................................................39

4.2.1

Sucking the IP .........................................................................................................................39

4.2.2

Taking IP out of the Cassette and transporting IP to the Scan Unit .......................................39

4.3

Scan Unit.................................................................................................................................40

4.3.1

Positioning the IP relative to Scan Unit...................................................................................40

4.3.2

Stimulation and Scanning the IP (Optical Path)......................................................................41

4.4

Erasure Unit ............................................................................................................................41

4.4.1

Unloading IP from Scan Unit and transport to Erasure Unit ...................................................41

4.5

Cassette Unit...........................................................................................................................42

4.5.1

Putting IP back into Cassette..................................................................................................42

4.5.2

Putting Cassette out of Digitizer..............................................................................................43

SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE ..............................................................................................44


5.1

Available Software ..................................................................................................................44

5.2

Web Pages..............................................................................................................................44

5.3

Hardware Modification Floppy of Spare Part ..........................................................................44

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SIGNAL AND DATA FLOW ....................................................................................................45


6.1

Signal Flow..............................................................................................................................45

6.2

Data Flow ................................................................................................................................46

6.3

FLD<XXXXX> Directories.......................................................................................................47

CALIBRATION PRINCIPLE....................................................................................................48
7.1

IP Center Calibration (BOL/BOS Adjustment) ........................................................................48

7.1.1

BOL Sensor.............................................................................................................................48

7.1.2

BOS Sensor ............................................................................................................................48

7.1.3

Calibration Procedure .............................................................................................................48

7.2

Shading Calibration.................................................................................................................49

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Digitizer as a Part of the CR System

1.1

CR System Components
ADC Cassette with image plate inside
The ADC cassette is the container for the image plate. During
the handling outside the Digitizer (e.g. exposing the plate) the
image plate is in the cassette. It is only opened inside the
Digitizer. The ADC cassette has an internal chip card which holds
the cassette, patient, examination and routing data belonging to a
certain X-ray exposure. The data put together are called
demographic data.
The image plate takes the place of the X-ray film in a
conventional system. It receives the X-Ray radiation and stores
a latent image. The image plates can be reused thousands of
times. The actual restriction of utilization is the mechanical
robustness.

Identification Tablet CRUS (CR User Station)


The Identification Tablet is used to write the cassette, patient,
examination and routing data to the cassette chip. This data can
be entered manually or by retrieving the data from a Hospital or
Radiology Information System (HIS/RIS).
Writing and reading is done by means of radio frequency in a
contact less manner.
The Identification software is an AGFA product and implemented
in the processing station software.

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DICOM Digitizers
(CR 85-X / CR 75.0 / ADC Compact / CR 35-X / CR 25.0 / ADC
Solo)
The Digitizer is used to read the latent image in the image plate.
After the ADC cassette is exposed and identified it is inserted into
the Digitizer. The Digitizer reads the data on the cassette chip,
opens the cassette, takes out the image plate and scans it. The
latent image on the image plate is stimulated by means of a laser
beam to emit light according to X-ray exposure.
The data from the cassette chip is used to set the scan
parameters correctly (e.g. speed class, image plate size, etc.) for
this individual X-ray exposure.
The emitted light is converted into voltage and then digitalized
into a 12/14bit, square root compressed raw image. This image is
transmitted together with the chip data on the fly via Ethernet to
the Processing Station. A backup of that image is made on the
internal hard disk in parallel to retransmit the image in case of
transmission problems. The output format of the Digitizer is
DICOM SCU-CR.
After scanning / transmitting is finished the image plate is erased
with very bright light to make it ready for the next exposure. It is
put back into the cassette and a status flag on the cassette chip
is set from EXPOSED to ERASED. The cassette is returned to
the user and is ready for the next examination.
CR QS Server Station
The CR QS (Quality System) Server Station is a Windows XPbased Workstation with the CR Quality-System software
installed.
The CR QS Server Station receives the raw image from the
Digitizer. Every incoming image runs through an image
processing. The processed images are stored on the internal
hard disk(s) of the Server station.
However, the QS Server station only provides short term storage.
The final archiving must be realized either by hardcopies or a
PACS.
Further on, the QS Server station decodes the routing data and
sends the image data to the selected destinations (e.g. Printer,
PACS)
A Softcopy can be sent to an Archive with 8 or 12 bit. To print a
Hardcopy a 8 bit format is used.
For the QS Server station a lot of licensed software options (e.g.
Annotation, Print Composer, etc.) exist.

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CR QS Client Station
The CR QS (Quality System) Client Station allows identification
and basic viewing.

NX Processing Station
NX is the successor of the CR QS systems.
NX shows the following features:

Identify examinations using RIS-based worklists.

Perform multiple exams at the same time.

Perform emergency exams, without selecting RIS data for


identification.

Select exposures fro an exam.

Edit patient data.

NX does not support client stations.


The NX system can either be installed in or outside an X-ray
room, in mobile environments. It can also be operated in an
secure environment using authentication and certificates.

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1.2

Functional Description

Standard Workflow of a CR System

X-Ray device

ID-Tablet - CRUS
ADC Cassette
with image
plate inside
ID-Data

Digitizer

ID- and Image Data


ADC QS
Server/Client
Station

Archive Station

Printer

5158_reg02_007.cdr

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Functional Description

Direct ID and Emergency Mode - Work Flow of the CR System

X-Ray device

ADC Cassette
with image
plate inside

Digitizer

ID-Data

ID-Station

5155_reg02_002.cdr

figure 2

Dedicated configuration offers a time saving workflow (approximately one minute for a
two cassettes study). If only one ID Station is dedicated to one CR 35-X, cassettes can
be identified without using an ID-Tablet. This option is called Direct ID. The
demographic data are transmitted from the ID viewer to the digitizer via the network.
This data flow makes it possible to scan an IP and to simultaneously enter the ID data.

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A speed class is selected on the CR 35-X by use of the emergency buttons. The
sensitivity associated with the emergency buttons has been set during the
configuration of the system.

An exposed but unidentified cassette is inserted into the digitizer.

By entering the cassette, the digitizer reads the remaining cassette information of
the RF Tag and a communication channel to its dedicated ID Station is opened.

The digitizer starts scanning the IP and sends an ID Data Request message to
the ID Station along. The ID Window pops up at the ID Station and the ID data
have to be entered.

After the user completed the information at the ID Station, it is sent back to the
digitizer. The communication channel is closed afterwards.

The transmission of the scanned image to the Processing Station and the Fast
Preview image data is sent to the PRID-Station.

Before the cassette is put out, the ID data on the RF Tag is erased and the cycle
counter is increased by the digitizer.

NOTE:
Dealing with an emergency cassette the identification can be left out at all. Therefore,
the user enforces the complete processing of the IP by pressing the Confirm Key at the
digitizer. The digitizer emits an ID Cancel command to the ID Station, where the ID
screen drops and the communication channel is closed. The digitizer completes its
emergency cycle and increases the cycle counter of the cassette.

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Functional Description

Combination of Direct ID and Fast Preview


The features Direct ID and Fast Preview can also work in combination:

A speed class, by use of the emergency buttons, is selected on the digitizer.

An exposed but unidentified cassette is inserted into the digitizer.

The digitizer starts scanning the IP and sends an ID Data Request message to
the ID Station along. The ID Window pops up at the ID Station and the ID data
will be entered.

While the user is entering the data, the Fast Preview screen of the PRID is not
visible. The transmission of the reduced Fast Preview image will be postponed
until the ID data is completely inserted.

The digitizer sends the image to the Processing Station and parallel the
reduced Fast Preview image to the PRID. As soon as the calculation of the
image is finished, the Processing Station sends the preview image to the PRID
and replaces the Fast Preview.

Image Plates
The CR plate can be identified by the plate type and sensitivity code printed on the
back.

2.1

ADC MD 30 Image Plate Principle


The image plate lying in the cassette consists of five different layers:
Legend figure 3:

Image Plate Structure

Protective EBC
(electron-beam-cured) top coat

Phosphor layer

Anti-halo layer, blue

Support P.E.T, white

Laminate

1
2
3

5146_reg02_003.CDR

4
5

figure 3

The phosphor layer is storing the picture information as energy.


The EBC top coat provides a smooth surface of the image plate to reach a good signalto-noise ratio.
Combination of white support layer and blue anti-halo layer increases the sensitivity.
The anti-halo layer lets through the stimulated light but blocks laser light.
The laminate is needed as base material.
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Functional Description

CR MD 40 General Plate
CR MD40 Plates are initialized with code 15.
The fourth-generation imaging plate is composed of the following six layers:

figure 4

Improved phosphor layer


The storage phosphors used in the phosphor layer provide high absorption efficiency
and excellent homogeneity, while their short response time ensures the fading of the
previous pixel before stimulating the next one.
A high level of sharpness at all spatial frequencies is thus secured.
Since the phosphor layer has been improved, the ADC MD40 imaging plates ensure
increased image quality for lower doses, such as the 400 speed class.
Additional adhesion layer
Another new feature of the ADC MD40 imaging plate is the introduction of an additional
adhesion layer. This gives the ADC MD40 imaging plate better mechanical stability
than its forerunners, and prevents peeling at the corners.
EBC top-coating technology
Agfa's long experience and extensive research into plate abrasion resistance has led to
a dramatic improvement in EBC top-coating technology. This improved technology has
been used for the ADC MD30 as well as for
the ADC MD40.

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White support layer and anti-halo layer


The use of a white support layer in combination with an anti-halo layer gives high
sensitivity. The anti-halo layer is an Agfa-patented blue layer that forms a perfect
barrier against laser light, but lets through the stimulated light.
Downward compatibility
Each ADC MD40 imaging plate is identified by a code on the back.
The ADC MD40, ADC MD30 and ADC MD10 plates can be used together without any
problem.

2.3

CR MM 3.0 Image Plate special Treatments


CAUTION:
Wrong screen cleaner may damage the Image plate.
Do not use the AGFA CR phosphor plate cleaner to clean the CR MM3.0 Mammo
image plates. Use PROSAT wipers instead.

CR MM3.0 Mammo image plates require dedicated wipers.

These wipers can only be used once, but different CR MM3.0 Mammo image
plates can be cleaned one after the other with one wiper.

Storage of the PROSAT wipers:


carefully close the bag of wipers and keep in a cool place (< 25 C).

When cleaning CR MM3.0 Mammo image plates, leave the plate surface to dry
for about one (1) minute before putting the plate back into the casette.

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Cassettes
The principle function of the digitizer is close connected to the structure of the CR
Cassettes. The digitizer accepts only CR Cassettes. All other cassettes, e.g. ADC 70,
are refused.

3.1

CR MD 4.0 General Cassette


NOTE:
The cassette must always be inserted into the digitizer in the correct orientation to
make it possible to identify and handle the cassette!

Legend figure 5:
(1)

ADC label

(2)

ID-Chip carries demographic data

(3)

Label showing size of Image Plate

(4)

Sliders to prevent from usage in film


handling devices

(5)

Metal label silver dot identifies an ADC


Cassette

(6)

ADC Image Plate (gray surface up, white


surface down)

4
5

6
4

figure 5

The ADC label and the label, showing the size of the contained image plate, are put on
for the identification by the user.
The metal label is detected by the digitizer to identify the cassette as an ADC cassette.
The demographic data is at the ID-Station transferred by no-touch radio frequency
tagging to the ID-Chip and is read out in the digitizer. The data is in that way always
linked to the image.
For protection against electrostatic charging and mechanical damage the inner lining of
the cassette is made of felt.

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Functional Description

CR MD 4.1 FLFS (Full Leg Full Spine) Cassette


Specification
To improve the image quality with Full Leg Full Spine (FLFS) images
a FLFS CR Cassette was introduced.
Identification

The FLFS CR Cassettes are with exception of two major differences identical to the
current standard ADC Cassette (35 cm x 43 cm).
The differences are:

Reduced backscatter protection (minus 1.5 cm at locking and


hinge side)

Specific FLFS labeling

figure 6

Further points of identification

All labels are yellow, which is unique for FLFS

Labeling FLFS to identify cassette as type FLFS

Yellow dots to recognize cassette as FLFS also in buffer or stack I

Format
The FLFS Cassette is available in format 35 cm x 43 cm.

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Functional Description

Asymmetric Cassette
Specification
The Asymmetric Cassette is dedicated for X-ray exposures where no centered
positioning of the part of the body is possible (e.g. side view of a spinal column).

Identification
A cassette for asymmetric scanning can be
identified by a red hatching covering less
than the half of the cassette side. (see
beside)
5146_reg02_004.cdr

figure 7

Formats
The ADC Asymmetric Cassette is available in:

21 cm x 43 cm (asymmetric partial scan of dedicated 35 cm x 43 cm cassettes)

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Functional Description

CR Mammography Cassette
Specification
The CR Mammo Cassette is a dedicated cassette for use in combination with CR
Mammo Plates 2.00 for dedicated mammography applications. It features a narrow
hinge to allow scanning right up to the chest wall.
A distinctive feature of the CR Mammo Cassette, in comparison with general ADC
cassettes, is the narrower hinge. This means that there is a closer contact with the
skinline, offering an increased amount of information during scanning.
The CR Mammo Cassette contains a CR Mammo image plate. This type of image plate
has a special phosphor layer which results in reduced noise and increased sharpness.
The cassette is equipped with a positioning mechanism in order to ensure the chest
wall distance to the image plate.
Identification
The cassette is labeled with Mammo on both sides.
The cassette is pre-initialized as a Mammo Cassette, but if the identification is lost, it
can be given via the ID Station.

figure 8

positioning mechanism for IP (2 x, left and right cassette side)

passive suction cup, keeping the IP in place inside the cassette

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Formats:
The CR Mammo Cassette is available in two formats:

3.5

18 cm x 24 cm

24 cm x 30 cm

CR MD 4.2 Extremities Cassette


Specification
The CR MD4.2 Extremities system is foreseen for X-ray images of the distal extremities
and adjacent joints (hands and feet) and provides a spatial scan resolution of 50 m.
Initialization:

Scan size: 18 x 24 or 24 x 30 cm

Scan resolution: Very high resolution

The CR MD4.2 Extremities cassettes can only work when digitizer software C25_2007 or
higher is installed on the CR 35-X.

WARNING:
Poor image quality caused by incorrect cassette initialization.
Initialize the cassette/plate as described in the corresponding user manual.

Identification
CR MD4.2 Extremities cassettes can be recognized by the code label
Extremities - code XX
The light green dots are dedicated only to the CR MD4.2 Extremities cassette. This
makes it easy to distinguish the cassette from others when stored in a rack.

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CAUTION:
Image quality may be inadequate when using wrong cassettes:
Only cassettes with both labels CR MD4.2 Extremities and Extremities code XX must
be used for the Extremities application
(XX depends on the plate sensitivity SAL).
Other cassettes must not be used.

a b

CR MD4.2 Extremities

2 green dots on side

2 green dots

5156_dis307.05_001.cdr

1 silver dot
1 green dot

Extremities - code XX

Cassette formats
18 x 24 cm or 24 x 30 cm

figure 9: Labeling of the CR MD4.2 Extremities cassette

Formats
New CR MD4.2 Extremities cassettes (available formats 18 x 24 cm and
24 x 30 cm) are delivered with the appropriate initialization:

Scan size:

Scan resolution: Very high resolution

18 x 24 or 24 x 30 cm

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System Preparation

Ensure the correct digitizer software has been installed: see Software
Requirements.
You can check this via the digitizer display.

Ensure the additional shading calibration for Extremities (75 kV,


2 x 10 Gy, Cu filter 1.5 mm as for GenRad) has been performed with a GenRad
cassette 35 x 43 cm
(in the same digitizer sub-menu as for the other shading calibrations)

Installation of the Extremities-test- image on the digitizer in E:/extremity


The test image is an Extremity image of a hand with wrist. The image
(30 MB) will be provided first via Service MedNet, GSO Library:
Computed Radiography / CR Digitizers / CR 25.0 / Freeware/
CR 25.0 - Software - Extremities Test Image
Later on it will additionally be available on a new CR test images CD. Further
information will be distributed.

CR QS software version 3.0.207 or higher must be installed(check via the Help menu of
the CR QS software)
Using the Extremities System
Radiographer

Cassette should be erased before first usage after delivery

Same handling as for normal GenRad cassettes in respect of:


o

X-ray exposure technique

Identification of cassette

Workflow

Erasure

According to good radiographer practice - lead markers indicating Left/Right


should be applied

Cassettes have to be erased if they were not used for 1 - 2 days


(e.g. over weekend)

Cleaning of image plate with ADC - Screen cleaner, frequency as for GenRad
cassettes or on demand

Digitizers which do not fulfill the requirements will reject the Extremities cassette

Dose indicator (lgm value) can be 0.15 points lower than on the same image done
on a GenRad cassette. This is because the phosphor layer of the image plate is a
bit thinner.

Radiologist

Improved sharpness of the trabecular structure of the bone because of


50 m pixel size.
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3.6

Modular Structure of the Digitizer

3.7

Overview of Modules

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3.8

Functional Description

Cassette Unit

4
3
2
1

figure 11

(1)

Cassette roller

(2)

Clamp unit

(3)

Cassette lift

(4)

Cassette position detection light barrier

(5)

Cassette opener 0-position light barrier

(6)

RF tag reader

(7)

Finger to block Input/Output (I/O) slot

The cassette unit loads the cassette from the I/O slot, fixes and holds the cassette
during the IP is taken out and scanned. The RF-tag reader and the antenna read out
the ID- and image specific data.
After processing the IP cassette status is changed from Identified to Erased.
Cassette unit transports the cassette back to I/O slot for output.
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Functional Description

Transport Unit

figure 12

(1)

Vacuum pump

(2)

Suction cups

Within the transport unit the IP is taken out of the cassette and lead to the scan unit.
After scanning, the IP is erased while it is moved upwards. The IP is put back to the
cassette in the cassette unit.

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Functional Description

Scan Unit

figure 13

(1)

Optic module

(2)

Stepper motor boards

(3)

Slow scan motor

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5158_re

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(1)

Photomultiplier module

(2)

Optic module

(3)

Light collector

The function of the scan module is to stimulate a two dimensional, X-ray exposed
phosphor image plate with laser energy. Out of the blue light, which is emitted by the
phosphor, a digital image is generated.
The stimulation of the image plate is done pixel by pixel. Therefore the laser beam is
moved. The laser power on the focal plane is 50 mW + 5 %. The movement in the xaxis is achieved by a rotating polygon mirror (fast scan direction) which is part of the
optical path. The movement in the y-axis is done mechanically by transporting the
image plate (slow scan direction) with two pairs of rolls.

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The Scan mode 2 s is used for 35 cm x 43 cm high resolution scanning.


A 1 s scan mode has been established already in ADC Compact Plus for
35 x 43 cm cassettes standard resolution.
This principle has been enhanced in CR 85-X /CR 35-X to small
formats < 35 x 43 cm.
Consequently, the throughput increases because of reduced scan time.
The 1 s scan mode option can be switched on in the key operator menu.

3.10.1

Laser Diode
The optic module contains a monochromatic anamorph scan optic where the laser
beam is modified. The light source which is stimulating the image plate is one red laser
diode, with a wavelength from 650 nm to 670 nm and a maximal output of 50 mW each
(see 2 in figure below). The increase and decrease time of the laser power is shorter
than 20 s. The beam of the laser diode is focused to have a spot diameter of 60 m
on the scan surface.

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3.10.2

Polygon Mirror
The Polygon mirror has 6 facets, each with a mirror (see 1 in figure 11). It is turned by
a DC motor which is clock pulsed from the scanning hardware. Pixel times between 2.5
and 0.6 s can be reached, but for scanning are two times used, 1 and 2 s.

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Functional Description

Photomultiplier with acrylic Light Collection Module

5148_02_007.cdr

figure 16

The detector module consists of an acrylic light collection module, an optical filter and a
photomultiplier module (PMM).
The acrylic light collection module, the optical filter and the PMM are cemented
together in order to obtain the maximum available light
collection efficiency.
The acrylic light collection unit consists of an acrylic light guide, a collection mirror and
a mechanical mount supporting simple exchange of the detector module.
The aim of this development is to provide high image quality for EUREF compliance
with a detector that can be integrated in a digitizer with maximum similarity to the CR
75.0 digitizer. The image quality is increased by improved light collection efficiency with
an acrylic light guide.

3.10.4

Optic Module Housing


The housing is made of cast aluminum witch is electrical isolated to the ground plate.
The cover is made of conductive material to achieve electromagnetic compatibility
(EMC). The housing of the optic module stays closed in the field and no service needs
to be done inside.

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Functional Description

Erasure Unit

figure 17

(1)

Halogen lamps, 100 Watt

(2)

Erasure unit fan (part of the frame)

(3)

KG2 filter for heat protection

(4)

Front glass (UV filter with sensitive gelatin layer)

The lamps are controlled by the erasure control board. They are controlled during work
in pairs and also the power supply of 12 V is generated via 5 single transformer. For
erasing the image plate a power input of in total 1000 Watt with 230 V / 50 Hz is
present.
The erasure unit fan (placed in the Frame) is switched on during erasing the image
plate for cooling down the unit. The speed the IP is transported past the erasure unit
depends on speed class and format (Erasure energy per time is determined by means
of the demographic data).

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3.12

Functional Description

cPCI-Rack

7
6

5
4

figure 18

1 cPCI Rack Fan


2 cPCI Power Supply
3 CPU Oberon

4
5
6
7

Scan Master Board


Backplane
Hard disk
Floppy drive

The cPCI-Rack (compact Peripheral Component Interconnect) consists of the


processing unit CPU, the Scan Master Board, the Power Supply of the cPCI-Rack, a
floppy drive and a hard disk. On top of the rack the fan for cooling the cPCI-Rack is
mounted and on the back the backplane with all the connectors is placed.
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Functional Description

CPU-OBERON
The CPU (Central Processing Unit) is a Power PC and is working with an operating
system called Oberon. The interfaces to the service and the Ethernet are placed on the
front plane.

Service:
Serial debug port connector,
SuperIO and DUART

Connector (female) to
Service Interface
(RS232)

Fast Ethernet Controller:


RJ45 connector, Fast Ethernet with
10 to 100 Mbit/s

Connector to Fast
Ethernet

LED (FPGA NOT Conf.


Green, TRAFFIC
yellow, Ethernet LINK
red) Hardware control

Software controllable with Portex


tool
3
2

LED (3 green, 2 yellow,


1 red) Software control

Hardware related signaling:


Ethernet Traffic yellow LED
Ethernet linked red LED
FPGA not configured green LED

Halt Switch

HALT: Abort action

Reset Switch

RESET: Global reset

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Functional Description

Scan Master Board


The Scan Master Board controls the main functions of the digitizer which are related to
the image data acquisition. The board has to support two operating levels, low
resolution and high resolution. Therefore timing, frequency and converters need to be
controlled.

Photomultiplier Tube Control:


Controls the Photomultiplier itself, the
high voltage settings and receives the
current/voltage (I/V) converter signal.

Connector (female)
to Photomultiplier
Tube

Polygon Control:
Controls via the Polygon the deflection
of the laser beam on the image plate,
controls the rotational speed and
detects the facets.
RF-Tag Reader Control:
Controls the transmitter and receiver
signals for reading out demographic
data of the ADC Cassette.
User terminal Control:
Controls the user terminal via a 20 mA
interface.

Connector (female)
to Polygon

Connector (male)
to RF-Reader

Connector (female)
to User terminal

IO-BUS Control:
Provides the IO-BUS with power and
is connected via eight data lines and
three control lines to the IO-BUS.
Connector (female)
to IO-Bus
Laser diode Module Control:
Controls the power supply of the laser
diode of the laser module, controls the
power switch of the laser diode,
controls Begin-of-Line Signal and
Laser-Power-Monitor board.

Connector (male)
to Laser Diode
Module
5146_reg02_013.cdr

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Functional Description

cPCI Power Supply

Legend to the LEDs


below, showing the
Output voltages
Green LEDs to
monitor power supply

5146_reg02_014.cdr

figure 21

During normal operation the LEDs monitor 5.1 V and 3.3 V voltage levels.

Effects of Interlock Switches:


The power supply of the cPCI Rack is not interrupted by the interlock switch at right
side panel. This independent supply makes it possible to update software or work out
other actions at the rack while right side panel of the digitizer is open.
The power supply of the cPCI Rack is interrupted by the interlock switch of the front
door. At the rack is no action possible while front door of the digitizer is open.

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3.12.4

Functional Description

Hard Disk
The gray rectangle in the partition map marks the directories which are only necessary
for remote control via http access.

Partitions

Directories and
subdirectories

C:

CGI-BIN
PUBLIC
DL
IMAGES

Annotations

*.BAT
STARTUP.COM
*.PPC
ERROR.MSG
*.ESX

batch

*.PPC

program files

program files
error message files
tables

*.html

html files

*.zip

zip files

*.GIF
*.JPG

*.SYS
AOS.LOG
ADC.CPF
*.AXX
*.CXX
*.UXX
ICN_XXXX.DAT
C35_<S/N>.ICN

D:

E:

Files

system files
current log file
configuration files
infocounter (binary form)
infocounter (text form)

SHD

*.TBL
*.SHD
*.TEMP

tables
calibration files

HTTP

HTTPTEMP.OUT

temporary files

FLATFLD

CONTROL.DAT
IMAGE.DAT

FLATFLD2

CONTROL.DAT
IMAGE.DAT

TESTIMG

CONTROL.DAT
IMAGE.DAT

test image
(Collection of diagnostic images)

TSHEET

CONTROL.DAT
IMAGE.DAT

testsheet of the optimum


image quality

FLD00001

CONTROL.DAT
IMAGE.DAT
STATUS
TAGFILE

image control file + demographic data


image data

FLD00002

CONTROL.DAT
IMAGE.DAT
STATUS
TAGFILE

image control file + demographic data


image data
only when emergency mode is activated
change of status

FLD00010

CONTROL.DAT
IMAGE.DAT
STATUS
TAGFILE

image control file + demographic data


image data
only when emergency mode is activated
change of status

LOG
SCCTMP

*.SES

session files

BOLIMAGE.DAT
BOLIMAGE.INF
MFAIMAGE.DAT
MFAIMAGE.INF
SHDIMAGE.DAT
SHDIMAGE.INF

temporary directory

SNAPSHOT

*.LOG

uncompressed logfiles
(without quickcheck and
machine state)

*.TXT

change of status

5158_reg02_32.cdr

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Functional Description

Power Unit
Function of the power unit is to supply erasure unit, VME-Rack, stepper motors and
stepper motor boards with power. Power integration board is part of the unit.

figure 23

(1)

Main switch

(2)

Interlock switch

(3)

Power integration board

(4)

Fuse for Power Unit (2 A, slowblow Si 201)

(5)

Fuse for Stepper motor transformer (2 A, slowblow Si 202)

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Functional Description

Power Integration Board


Main functions of power integration board are:

Recognition and control of the required periphery

Vacuum pump

Magnetic valve

Erasure unit fan

Power unit fan

Check of the following units directly via hard- or software

Magnetic valve

Interlock for SM-voltage

Stepper motor voltage of the transformer

Erasure unit fan

Vacuum pump (indirectly via current of the pump motor)

LED's for error analysis

ST2

BU5

BU6

BU7

ST4
BU4

5158_reg02_015.cdr

figure 24

NOTE:
Only the LEDs marked with a star are lighting in a machine that is in proper
condition.

ST2

Voltage supply for stepper motor boards in cassette unit (+ 40 V)

BU5

Voltage supply for stepper motor boards in scan unit (+ 40 V)

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Functional Description

Cycle of a Cassette in the Digitizer

4.1

Cassette Unit

4.1.1

Starting Machine Cycle by inserting a Cassette


An ADC Cassette with an exposed Image
Plate (IP) inside is set in correct orientation
into the I/O slot.
The light barrier (1) GS732/734 recognizes
the cassette and starts the mechanical
process of the digitizer.

1
2

The transport roller (2), moved by motor


M701, brings the cassette into the cassette
unit.

figure 25

4.1.2

Identification of the Cassette


A plastic bolt, activated by the rear slider of
the cassette, interrupts the cassette position
detection light barrier GS726 (1).
As only ADC Cassette have that certain
slider, it is made sure that the right cassette
in the correct position is inserted.

figure 26

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Functional Description

Lowering and Clamping the Cassette and reading the ID Data


3

The cassette is lowered (1) by lift motor


M703 when a signal of light barrier GS718
comes in.
In the lowered position the light barrier
GS724 , for starting the clamp mechanism,
detects the cassette. The clamp motion is
run by motor M705.

2
1

While the cassette unit is moved to the right


side (2) the R/F-Tag antenna (3) GS738 and
the corresponding R/F-Tag reader GS736
read out the ID-Data from the chip on the
cassette.

The cassette unit is roughly positioned


corresponding to the size of the cassette.

figure 27

4.1.4

Opening the Cassette


In the clamped position the light barrier
GS716 detects the start for the opening
mechanism.

The cassette lid is opened by motor M702


with a certain number of steps.

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55
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figure 28

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Transport Unit

4.2.1

Sucking the IP

Functional Description

The transport robot of the IP transport unit


(2), run by motor M601, moves up quickly
(see arrow).
The suction cups (3) are moved to the right
position on the IP. IP transport 0-position is
detected by GS604.
The vacuum pump GS608 starts (1) to build
up low pressure. By opening the solenoid
valve GS606 the vacuum is transferred to
the suction cups and the IP is sucked.

figure 29

4.2.2

Taking IP out of the Cassette and transporting IP to the Scan Unit


The IP is taken out of the cassette and
moved down (see arrow) by the transport
robot (1) to the scan unit, driven by motor
M601.
By passing the light barrier GS446 the scan
rollers open (2), driven by motor M401.
1

Vacuum is reduced and suction cups release


IP.

figure 30

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4.3

Scan Unit

4.3.1

Positioning the IP relative to Scan Unit


The IP alignment finger (1) positions the IP
(2) relative to scan unit by means of long
distance light barrier (3) GS442/444 .

IP is moved by alignment finger, until long


distance light barrier (3) is interrupted.
Afterwards the IP alignment finger moves
back until long distance light barrier is no
longer interrupted.

IP
1

figure 31

The scan rollers close (1) and clamp the IP


between.
Scan rollers start to roll and move the IP
down until its edge reaches the PIN diodes
(2).

figure 32

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Functional Description

Stimulation and Scanning the IP (Optical Path)


The IP is moved through the scanner by
M402.
The scan process is split into a fast and a
slow scan direction.
The laser power of the laser diode is lead
to the IP via optical lenses and a polygon.
The light emitted from the IP is transferred
by two acrylic light guides to the photo
multiplier.

Fast s
c

an

5156_reg02_003.cdr

figure 33

4.4

Erasure Unit

4.4.1

Unloading IP from Scan Unit and transport to Erasure Unit


As scan process is finished, scan rollers stop
to transport the IP in slow scan direction.

Erasure lamps (1) switch on.


For unloading IP of scan unit the scan rollers
turn direction and move IP upwards (see
arrow).
Suction cups of transport unit are positioned
again on the surface of IP and vacuum pump
starts.
As the IP is sucked the scan rollers (2) move
apart and the IP is moved by transport robot
to erasure unit.
The IP passes the erasure lamps in a certain
speed. The speed depends on the format of
the cassette and on the examination type.
This information was given by the chip on
the cassette, read out at the begin of the
cycle.

figure 34

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There are different speeds to vary


homogeneity and intensity of the erasure
effect on the IP.
As the complete IP passed the erasure unit,
lamps are switched off.
The image information on the IP is erased
and the blank IP can be used for another Xray exposure.

4.5

Cassette Unit

4.5.1

Putting IP back into Cassette


For putting IP back into cassette the cassette
unit has to be positioned relative to IP.
Cassette unit moves to IP until light barrier
GS730 is interrupted (1).

Light
barrier

IP

Afterwards cassette unit moves back until


light barrier is no longer interrupted (2).

1
Light
barrier

IP

Transport robot puts IP back into cassette.


Vacuum is switched off and suction cups
release IP.

Transport robot moves down to home


position while cassette is closed.
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Functional Description

Putting Cassette out of Digitizer


Cassette unit moves to the left while the RFTag (1) changes status of cassette chip to
erased.

Cassette is released by clamping


mechanism and lifted.

I/O slot of digitizer is unlocked.


The transport belt, turned by motor M704 ,
and transport roller (3) move cassette out of
the I/O slot.
After removal of the cassette the cassette
unit moves to home position.

figure 36

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Functional Description

Software Architecture

5.1

Available Software
The checks help to find defective or misadjusted parts in the digitizer.
Checks available in Service Program of the Digitizer:

5.2

System check

Rough check of complete system


creates a file in d:\ snapshot.txt

Send flatfield

1 Calibration pattern
2 Banding pattern

Web Pages
The Software of the digitizer allows access from the Internet to the service level of the
machine. The access via a graphic User Interface (ADC web pages) is part of the
service concept. The web pages follow the structure of the well-known User Terminal.
Access via web pages guarantees a convenient and fast service by making use of
standard tools. The usage of different ports for these ways allows working
simultaneously with FTP, HTTP, and TelNet.
Further information, see chapter 3.2.

5.3

Hardware Modification Floppy of Spare Part


Spare parts which are sent with a floppy, need to be included in the system via
software. The floppy e.g. of the optic module contains specific settings of production
calibration and data of the spare part. This information need to be installed after the
spare part is mounted in the digitizer. For other spare parts sent with a floppy only the
information for the info counter is included.
The floppy is put into the floppy drive of the cPCI-Rack and the installation starts
automatically. The information concerning the spare part is integrated in the system.

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cPCI Backplane

RAM

Demographic
Data
Raw Data (to
Partition C:

Partition D:

Image Data

Lowpass Filter

Proc. Station)

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Functional Description

Service PC

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Raw Data 12 bit

Signal and Data Flow

Legend:

Harddisk

High
tension
IO-Bus

Polygon

Laser
diodes
Calculation
of scan
settings

Signal Flow

figure 37

10

6.1

Image Data
Demographic Data

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Functional Description

Data Flow

IP data
Cassette data
Exposure
Destination
Patient

Conversion of
emitted light
into current

R/F Tag on the cassette

Photomultiplier
Conversion from current to voltage
in the I/V - converter

Calculation of:
Scanspeed
Voltage for high tension of PMT
Antialiasing-filter-frequence

Signal compression for grey scale


coordination (square rooted)

Signalfiltering to avoid aliasing


Revolutions per minute of Polygon

Voltage adaptation for high tension of PMT

Conversion from analog to


digital (14bit)

Start of scan with slow scan


speed = constant
Scan Master board

Raw image data and


demographic data via network to
processing station

Raw image data in RAM

5146_reg02_056.cdr

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6.3

Functional Description

FLD<XXXXX> Directories
CONTROL.DAT (Image control file):
There are six possible status set in an image control file:
queued

Waiting for transmission

sending

Transmission in progress

sent

Transmission completed, waiting for response

transmitted

Positive response from workstation

warning*

Positive response, but file cannot be handled from workstation at


the moment new transmission

error*

Faulty file, transmission cancelled

NOTE:
Only images being in a status marked with a "*" can be deleted from the queue
management.
STATUS
A status file will only be created when the operator pushes the emergency button.
TAGFILE
File date and time when the status is changed.

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Functional Description

Calibration Principle
There are two different calibrations to work out with the Digitizer in the field. The IP
Center Calibration, which is necessary after replacement of the optic module or a
change on the mechanical adjustment of the begin of scan sensor, and the shading
calibration which is responsible for the image quality and follows always after an IP
Center Calibration.

7.1

IP Center Calibration (BOL/BOS Adjustment)


The IP center calibration adjusts two different scan signal settings in one process, the
begin of line (BOL) signal for the fast scan direction and the begin of scan (BOS)
signal for slow scan direction. Both signals in combination are responsible for the area
which is scanned and where pixels are created.

7.1.1

BOL Sensor
The BOL sensor is a pin diode placed in the optic module. It controls the switching off
and on of the laser. The sensor is beside the IP, therefore the laser beam hits the
sensor before the IP. Out of the defined distance between the sensor and the border of
the IP the moment of reading out the pixel lines on the IP is set.

7.1.2

BOS Sensor
The BOS sensor is a long distance light barrier which is placed at the bottom part of the
scan unit. The light barrier gives the signal to start the scan process in slow scan
direction. When the IP reaches the sensor it is detected and then passes a fixed
distance to the begin of scan line, then the scan process starts.

7.1.3

Calibration Procedure
The IP center calibration is
worked out with an IP format
smaller than 35 x 43 cm. In
reference to this biggest format
the borders around the scanned
IP are detected.

BOS
BOL

The distance corresponding to the


BOS signal is measured from the
geometrical reference to the
border where the scanning of the
IP starts. The ideal distance is
defined with 5 mm.

BOL
IP
e.g. 24 x 30 cm
format

Area covered by
a 35 x 43 cm IP
(reference)

The both distances measured to


adjust the BOL signal must be
equal, means the IP is scanned in
figure 39
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7.2

Functional Description

Shading Calibration
Inhomogeneities of the light collector (acrylic light guide) and the photomultiplier require
a position dependent calibration of the scan line. This pixel wise line calibration evens
out differences in the transmission behavior of the acrylic light guide by calculation.
Each scanned pixel in a line is corrected arithmetically by its corresponding correction
value (shading correction). This is done for each of the three speed classes 600, 200,
and 75.
A number of lines of a flat field image are averaged and scaled to the maximum pixel
value. All the lines need to be in a certain range to make the calibration successful, if
not the error is displayed at the user terminal.
The calibration curves
can be viewed by using
a web browser.
(see chapter 3.2)
Three curves for each
format are displayed in
one image and
distinguished by three
different colors.

figure 40

The y-axis of the coordinate system shows the Scan Average Level (SAL) which is the
digital value (gray scale) of a pixel and is one of the criteria for a successful calibration.
The x-axis shows the number of pixels.

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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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PRODUCT SPECIFIC SAFETY DIRECTIONS ........................................................................4


1.1

General .....................................................................................................................................4

1.2

Safety Directions for the Installation .........................................................................................4

1.3

To be considered upon Repairs on the CR 35-X......................................................................5

1.4

To be considered with mechanical Tests of Stepper Motor controlled Drive Units .................6

1.5

Safety Switches of CR35-X Digitizer ........................................................................................6

1.6

Safety Directions for the Optic Module .....................................................................................7

1.7

Safety Directions for the Photomuliplier Module (PMM) ...........................................................9

1.8

Safety Directions for the Erasure Unit ......................................................................................9

SAFETY DIRECTIONS FOR CASSETTES AND IMAGE PLATES........................................10

LABELS ..................................................................................................................................11
3.1

Markings and Labels...............................................................................................................11

3.2

Position of the Type Label ......................................................................................................13

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Product specific Safety Directions

1.1

General
With every repair work check the following points visually:

1.2

Condition of the insulation of the mains plug / mains cable.

Effects of the strain relief for the mains cable.

Efficiency of the protective earth on metal panel parts (protective earth


connected and spring contacts OK).

Correct condition of the protection covers.

Safety Directions for the Installation

CAUTION:
Transportation parts can damage the product.
Remove all transportation parts prior to first operation.

CAUTION:
Risk of damaging the digitizer by wrong voltage selection.
Prior to first operation check voltage selector at rear side of digitizer.
If the voltage adaption is not correct, take a screw driver and turn the switch to
correct position.

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1.3

To be considered upon Repairs on the CR 35-X


The machine must be protected against accidental activation during repair work. For
this purpose we recommend to attach the following sign on the main switch while
repairing the machine.

Do not
activate!

Repairs in progress!

Repairs in
progress.

Location:......................
Sign must only be removed by:
..................

figure 1

WARNING:
Risk of electric shock!
Switch off the digitizer and disconnect from the mains before performing any service
interventions at the digitizer.

CAUTION:
Danger of cutting!
Due to changed production methods, all parts of metal frame can be sharp-edged.
Take special care when servicing the interior of the digitizer

Wear safety shoes while removing scan unit.

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1.4

To be considered with mechanical Tests of


Stepper Motor controlled Drive Units
If a stepper motor driven shaft must be turned for checking a mechanical function,
make sure to disconnect the stepper motor first on the corresponding control board
(This is to avoid destruction of the stepper motor control board by induction).
If this is not possible, turn the stepper motor only slowly.

1.5

Safety Switches of CR35-X Digitizer


There are safety
switches at the front
door (A) and at the
right side panel (B).

The safety switches


interrupt the mains
voltage supply when the
front door is opened or
the right side panel is
removed.

figure 2: Positions of safety switches

WARNING:
If the safety switch is overridden with a service key there are risks of injuries.
Keep your hair, hands and garments away from the device.
Remove service key before the device is handed over to the customer.
Laser beam! Risk of serious eye damage!
Avoid direct and indirect eye contact with the laser beam.
Do not hold any tools in the laser beam - risk of reflection.
Consider that the service key must be removed again before the doors are closed.
After use of the service key, the function of the safety switch has to be checked.
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Safety Directions for the Optic Module

The CR 35-X is a Class 1 Laser Product.


It uses internally a laser diode, classification class IIIb. Under normal operating
conditions - device with all covers - there can be no laser radiation outside the DX-S.

WARNING:
Laser beam! - Risk of serious eye damage!
Do not expose to laser beam directly.

Do not hold any tools into the laser beam (risk of reflection).
During any service intervention concerning the scan unit, the
digitizer must be switched off

CAUTION:
Risk of injury when removing the scan unit!
To remove the scan unit safely, use the digitizer ramp.
Check that both adjustable feet are touching the ground before removal of the scan
unit.

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Observe the Caution instructions on the Optical module label:

The positions of labels referring to laser radiation are placed here:

CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT


LASERKLASSE 1

51

56

3
g0
_re

00
. 1_

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2 .c

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1.7

Safety Directions for the Photomuliplier Module (PMM)


CAUTION:
Risk of damage!
Photomultiplier and light collector are glued and must be treated as one component.

1.8

Safety Directions for the Erasure Unit


WARNING:
The erasure unit is hot - up to 200 C:
Risk of burns.
Avoid contact with the Erasure Unit.
Observe the relevant sticker on the
Erasure Unit, see figure 4.

200

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Safety Directions for Cassettes and Image Plates


CAUTION:
Wrong screen cleaner may damage the Image plate.
Do not use the AGFA CR phosphor plate cleaner to clean the CR MM3.0 Mammo
image plates. Use PROSAT wipers instead.

CAUTION:
Image quality may be inadequate when using wrong cassettes:
Only cassettes with both labels CR MD4.2 Extremities and Extremities code XX must
be used for the Extremities application
(XX depends on the plate sensitivity SAL).
Other cassettes must not be used.

WARNING:
Poor image quality caused by incorrect cassette initialization.
Initialize the cassette/plate as described in the corresponding user manual.

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Labels

3.1

Markings and Labels


Always take into account the markings and labels provided on the inside and outside of
the machine. A brief overview of these markings and labels and their meaning is given
below.
WARNING:
Risk of electric shock.
Shocks can cause severe injuries.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove any covers

WARNING:
The erasure unit is hot - up to 200 C: Risk of burns.
Avoid contact with the Erasure Unit.
Observe the relevant sticker on the Erasure Unit.

Type B equipment:
Indicates that the CR 35-X complies with the limits for type B equipment.
Supplementary protective earth connector:
Provides a connection between the CR 35-X and the potential equalization busbar of
the electrical system as found in medical environments. This plug should never be
unplugged before the power is turned off and the power plug has been removed.
Intergrounding connector:
Provides a connection between the Digitizer and other equipment which might exhibit
minor ground potential differences. These differences may degrade the quality of
communication between different equipment. Never remove connections to this
terminal.

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Protective earth (ground):


0 Provides a connection between the Digitizer and the protective earth of the mains. Do
not remove this connection, because this will have a negative influence on the
leakage current.
Power on
Power off:
Note that the power cord has to be disconnected from the wall outlet in order to
disconnect the unit entirely from the mains.
CAUTION:
Precautions for use in USA only:
Make sure that the circuit is single-phase center-tapped, if the Digitizer is connected
to a 240 V / 60 Hz source instead of a 120 V / 60 Hz source.

CAUTION:
Risk of injury during cassette insertion: Fingers if they are
caught between the cassetteand the edge of the input slot
may become trapped.
Insert the cassette in the input buffer as described in the User
Manual.
At all times, keep your fingers clear of the input slot.
As soon as the digitizer takes in the cassette, release it.
Note warning label at the Input buffer of the digitizer.

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Position of the Type Label

figure 5: Position of the type label

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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

RECOMMENDED TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT ..............................................................5

SERVICE PC (STANDARD).....................................................................................................5

SERVICE PROGRAM OF THE DIGITIZER .............................................................................6


3.1

Overview ...................................................................................................................................6

3.2

Working with the Operation Terminal .......................................................................................8

3.2.2

General Information ..................................................................................................................9

3.3

Active Keys / Allowed Functions .............................................................................................10

3.4

Screen Layout .........................................................................................................................11

3.5

INFO........................................................................................................................................12

3.5.1

Device Info ..............................................................................................................................12

3.5.2

Network Info ............................................................................................................................13

3.6

MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................................14

3.6.1

SAL-Inspection........................................................................................................................14

3.6.2

Calibration ...............................................................................................................................16

3.6.3

Test Cycle ...............................................................................................................................22

3.6.4

Confirm Maintenance..............................................................................................................25

3.6.5

Confirm Repair ........................................................................................................................26

3.6.6

Confirm Modification ...............................................................................................................28

3.6.7

Confirm Installation .................................................................................................................29

3.6.8

Clear Infocounter ....................................................................................................................30

3.7

SAVE on Floppy......................................................................................................................30

3.7.1

Infocounter File .......................................................................................................................30

3.7.2

Machine specific Data.............................................................................................................32

3.7.3

Service Report ........................................................................................................................33

3.7.4

Snapshot Logs ........................................................................................................................34

3.7.5

Session Files...........................................................................................................................36

3.7.6

CPF File ..................................................................................................................................37

3.7.7

Alert Log File ...........................................................................................................................38

3.8

SHOW Error ............................................................................................................................39

3.8.1

Explain Error Code..................................................................................................................39

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Error Hit List ............................................................................................................................40

3.9

INSTALL from Floppy .............................................................................................................41

3.9.1

Software ..................................................................................................................................41

3.9.2

Machine-specific Data.............................................................................................................44

3.9.3

PMT Settings mfa / mfb ..........................................................................................................45

3.9.4

Optic Parameters ....................................................................................................................46

3.9.5

Scanner Parameters ...............................................................................................................47

3.9.6

CPF File ..................................................................................................................................49

3.9.7

Language Files .......................................................................................................................51

3.9.8

HW Modification ID .................................................................................................................53

3.10

CONFIGURE...........................................................................................................................54

3.10.1

Local Network ID.....................................................................................................................54

3.10.2

User Terminal Language ........................................................................................................55

3.10.3

Active Alert System.................................................................................................................56

3.10.4

Alert System Status ................................................................................................................57

3.10.5

Alert Destination......................................................................................................................57

3.10.6

Send Test Alert .......................................................................................................................58

3.10.7

Set up Direct ID.......................................................................................................................59

3.10.8

Add-on Application..................................................................................................................59

3.11

CHECKS .................................................................................................................................60

3.11.1

System Check .........................................................................................................................61

3.11.2

Send Image.............................................................................................................................61

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Recommended Tools and Test Equipment


In addition to the common tools every service engineer is carrying in his tool box, the
following auxiliary equipment is required for the service on the Digitizer:

Equipment

Spare Part Number

Application

*service PC

See section 2

service programs

*Interface cable
CM+9 5120 9030 0
RS232,
9 pin / 25 pins SUB D

connection
service PC Digitizer

lens cleaning set

MX+06-07-015

cleaning of optical parts

test images
CD ROM

CM+9 5145 3055 0

checking image quality

ground tape

CM+9 9999 0830 0

replacement of printed circuit boards


/ EPROMs

safety lacquer

to be used after electronic or


mechanical adjustments

CCM tool

see MedNet

configuration tool

Cu filter

CM+9 5155 1015 2

test exposures

Service PC (standard)
NOTE:
The Service PC is used:
to create the adc.cpf file with the CCM tool
to do service via terminal emulation
to run the show error program

As service PC you can use any commercially available laptop.


Service PC connection: Via a RS232 interface on the Digitizer (behind the front door).

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Service Program of the Digitizer

3.1

Overview
Service level 1

Service level 2

Service level 3

1 INFO

1 Device info

2 Network info
2 MAINTENANCE

1 SAL inspection
2 Calibration

1 IP Center
calibration
2 Shading
calibration

3 Test cycle

1 Scan with
transmission
2 Scan cycle no
image
3 Scan no era, no
imgage

4 Confirm maintenance
5 Confirm repair
6 Confirm modification
7 Confirm installation
8 Clear infocounter
3 SAVE on floppy

1 Infocounter file

2 Machine specific data


3 Service report
4 Snapshot log
5 Session files
6 CPF file
7 Alert log file
4 SHOW error

1 Explain error code

2 Error hit list

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Service level 1

Service level 2

Service level 3

5 INSTALL from floppy

1 Software

2 Machine specific data


3 PMT settings (mfa/mfb)
4 Optic parameters
5 Scanner parameters
6 CPF file
7 Language files
8 HW modification ID
6 CONFIGURE

1 Local network ID
2 User terminal language
3 Active alert system

1 Alert system status


2 Alert destination
3 Send test alert

4 Direct ID
5 Add on applications

1 Mammography
(50 )
2 GenRad (50 )
3 Full Leg Full Spine

7 CHECKS

1 System check
2 Send image

1 Test image
(mosaic)
2 Flatfield
(calibration
pattern)
3 Flatfield (banding
pattern)
4 Test Sheet (jitter
pattern)
5 Blue LED test
image
6 Mammo test
image 1
7 Mammo test
image 2

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Working with the Operation Terminal

5155_reg01_002.cdr

figure 1
3.2.1.1

Password

Starts or finishes Service Menu

Password?

515562be.cdr

figure 2
Enter password!
A wrong password results in a long beep. The message "Wrong password!" appears.

Wrong password!

515562ce.cdr

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NOTE:

If the correct password has not been entered within 4 seconds, the program returns
to the main menu of the key-operator level.
If no key is touched after pressing the service key within 60 sec, the program returns
to the operator level.

3.2.2

General Information
The infocounter file must be contained in the backup (to be restored after fresh SW
installation).
After fresh SW installation the FSE is asked to restore the infocounter and the CPF file,
e.g. Restore infocounter and CPF file
After each intervention where machine specific data, network settings or language
settings are changed, a display message must appear telling: Parameters have
changed, refresh your backup.
As long as the installation has not been confirmed, the operator is asked after each
startup if he wants to confirm. The message is shown on the LCD with repeated beeps
after a successful startup. If confirm is answered positively, the software branches
directly to the Confirm installation option. After confirmation it returns to the operator
level. The function can be cancelled until next startup.

Installation not yet


confirmed!
Press

to confirm now

Installation
Confirmation

: cancel
: ok
Service XXXX
515562de.cdr

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Active Keys / Allowed Functions


ok - starts the highlighted function
cancel - cancels the function and returns to the next
higher menu level
forward or backward scrolling
tag - possibility to select several items out of a list
returns immediately to the operator level, exits the
service level

All other keys are inactive and cause a long beep when typing them.
No timeout is foreseen in the service level.
You can choose between four different action modes:
1. Selection mode

The currently selected item appears highlighted (inverse display).

When you enter a new menu, always the first item of the list is selected by
default.

A new item can be selected by using the up and down keys <

Multiple selections (tags) can be done using < > keys


(known as toggles/selections).

Press < > to confirm your selection or to enter the highlighted


sub-menu.

Press < > to exit the current menu and to return to the next higher level.

>.

2. Instruction mode

In this mode, read the given instructions carefully and follow them
step by step.

Press < > to exit the current menu and to return to the next higher level.

3. Information mode

In this mode, information can be read on the display. No interactions are


possible.

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4. Decision mode

3.4

In this mode, you will be prompted to confirm or cancel the proposed action.

In case a decision is required a double beep comes up every


10 seconds.

Press < > to confirm the action, return to the higher level or to enter the next
screen.

Press < > to exit the current menu and to return to the next higher level.

Screen Layout
The same screen layout is used for all service menus. The screen is subdivided into
four windows.

Service menu

2
: cancel
3
: ok

Service XXXX
4
515562ee.cdr

figure 5

the action window

displays selection lists, instructions, information, questions

orientation window

displays the current service menu level

key help window

explains the meaning of the involved keypad buttons

service message
window

displays service messages

and

is displayed if scroll functionality is requested, e.g. if a list


cannot be shown in total

and

is displayed if selection functionality is requested, e.g. if


several items have to be marked in a list

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3.5

INFO
Information about the device, the network, date and time.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

INFO
MAINTENANCE
SAVE on floppy
SHOW error
INSTALL from floppy
CONFIGURE
CHECKS

Service menu
OVERVIEW

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 6
3.5.1

Device Info
Detailed device information.
1 Device info
2 Network info

Service menu
Info

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 7

NOTE:

The station name is displayed, not the hostname

S/N shows the serial# without 5158

<aetitle> and <stationname> are taken from the AE_title respective


StationName cpf items in the following cpf table:

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

0
1
2
3
4
1234567890123456789012345678901234567890
Station:
<stationname> Service menu
S/N:
1024
Info
AE-title: <aetitle>
Device info
Software: c25 2007

Total cycles: 34567


Next PM:
60424
:ok
Last rep.: 01-Jan-1970

02-Mar-2004 14:24:58
SERVICE XXXXX

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Network Info
Detailed network information
1 Device info
2 Network info

Service menu
Info
Network info

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 9
The hostname is displayed
<hostname> is taken from the hostname item in the following cpf table:
Hostname: <hostname>
IP-addr: 192.9.200.201
Netmask: 255.255.255.0
D-Router: 192.9.200.254
Mail-Host:192.9.200.210

Service menu
INFO
Network info

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

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MAINTENANCE
Access to maintenance functions
Layout
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

INFO
MAINTENANCE
SAVE on floppy
SHOW error
INSTALL from floppy
CONFIGURE
CHECKS

Service menu
OVERVIEW

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 11
3.6.1

SAL-Inspection
Scope of application:
Procedure to measure the average scan level of an image plate as a result of a certain
stimulation energy. This information can be used in two ways. Either to decide whether
the IP needs to be erased or to find out the correct exposure parameters for a given Xray device. The measured value (scan average level) is displayed on the LCD.
Additionally the corresponding scan line is displayed on the LCD.
Carrying out:
The IP to be inspected is placed into the cassette entry slot and scanned consecutively
with a default speed class setting of 200 - this speed class can be changed by means
of the arrows.
For each pixel the average of 100 lines is taken: 50 lines to the middle line - the
function applies for all formats as initialized on the cassette RF-Tag.
The IP will be erased after this scan with default erasure dose (same as in ERASEmode).
As long as this menu is active the operator can put as many cassettes into the cassette
entry slot as needed.
The action starts when the cassette is in the cassette entry slot.
The function is active as long as the cassette is in the cassette entry slot.
After display of the scan result the screen needs to be confirmed.
If an identified cassette is detected a warning is displayed and the user has to confirm
the function (see erase function).
Settings:
: select speed class: 25-50-75-100-150-200-300-400-600-800-1200 (default speed
class = 200)
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Layout:
4 digits are reserved for speed class and SAL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

SAL-inspection
Calibration
Test cycle
Confirm maintenance
Confirm repair
Confirm modification
Confirm installation
Clear infocounter

Service menu
Maintenance

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 12

Please select the speed


class for SAL inspection
200
...select with or

Service menu
Maintenance
SAL inspection

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 13
Default
speed class = 200

Place cassette for


inspection into the
cassette entry slot

Service menu
Maintenance
SAL inspection

:cancel

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 14

SAL inspection pending.


Wait for result...

Service menu
Maintenance
SAL inspection

SERVICE XXXXX

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Cassette ID: XXXXX


SAL:
264
...press

to continue

Service menu
Maintenance
SAL inspection

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 16
The scanned line is displayed on the LCD, the screen comes with a double beep.

3.6.2

(1)

Press
to confirm the SAL-Inspection for that IP. If available, the next IP in the
row is inspected.

(2)

Press

to cancel the function and returns to the next higher level.

Calibration
Scope of application:
Procedure to determine shading correction factors for all image plate formats. The
resulting scan line is displayed on the LCD. Additional information about cassette
formats, calibration results, possible fail reasons and detected SAL is given.
Carrying out:
(1)

Select Calibration from the maintenance menu.

(2)

Expose a cassette according to the calibration exposure instructions.

(3)

Insert exposed cassette.

(4)

If necessary, select the format to be calibrated from the displayed list.

(5)

If calibration fails, repeat exposure with adapted values or check the optics if
displayed scan line is interrupted.

(6)

If the function is cancelled, the user is prompted to remove the cassette and to
press confirm.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

SAL-inspection
Calibration
Test cycle
Confirm maintenance
Confirm repair
Confirm modification
Confirm installation
Clear infocounter

Service menu
Maintenance

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

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Exceptions:

If an identified cassette (regular identification via ID station, status exposed, to be


erased) is detected, a warning is displayed and the user has to confirm the calibration
function.

Messages:
Cassette is identified with patient data.

Cassette is identified
with patient data.
Press
to calibrate
or
to scan.

Service menu
Maintenance
Calibration

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 18

3.6.2.1

IP Center Calibration (BOL/BOS)


1 IP Center Calibration
2 Shading Calibration

Service menu
Maintenance
Calibration

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 19

Exposure parameters:
Filter: 1.5 mm Cu
2 exposures a 10 microGy
turn 180 degree
(Approx. FFDist. 1.3 m,
12 mAs, 75 kVp)
Insert cassette 24x30cm
or smaller.

Service menu
Calibration
IP Center

:cancel

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 20
If a format 10 x 8", 24 x 18 cm, 24 x 30 cm is detected, the calibration procedure starts
immediately.

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IP Center Calibration
pending...

Service menu
Calibration
IP Center

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 21

IP Center Calibration
successful.

Service menu
Calibration
IP Center

Run a Shading Calib. now


(Recommended).

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 22
In case IP Center Calibration adjustment was successful.
(1)

Press

to return to the calibration screen.

IP Center Calibration
Failed - underexposed
"Dose is too low"
...press

to repeat

Service menu
Calibration
IP Center

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 23
In case IP Center Calibration adjustment fails, dose is too low.
The screen returns to Exposure parameters.
(2)

Press

to return to the calibration screen.

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IP Center Calibration
Failed - overexposed
"Dose is too high"
...press

to repeat

Service menu
Calibration
IP Center

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 24
In case IP Center Calibration adjustment fails, dose is too high.
The screen returns to Exposure parameters.
(3)
3.6.2.2

Press

to return to the calibration screen.

Shading Calibration
Which format shall be
calibrated?
35x43 cm fast
35x43 cm slow
24x30 cm Mammo

ok
ok

Service menu
Calibration
Shading

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 25
(1)

Press

to return to the calibration screen.

(2)

Press

to enter next screen.

The screen comprises the cassette size information (e.g. 35 x 43 cm) and the
calibration step (e.g. fast).
If a smaller format than the proposed one is entered, the following screen pops up:
Format is smaller than
recommended!
Shading calibration will
only be valid for
calibrated format and
smaller ones.

Service menu
Calibration
Shading

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 26
(3)

Press

to return to the calibration screen.

(4)

Press

to enter next screen.

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Exposure parameters:
Filter: 1.5 mm Cu
2 exposures a 10 microGy
turn 180 degree
(Approx. FFDist. 1.3 m,
12 mAs, 75 kVp)
Insert cassette 35x43cm

Service menu
Calibration
Shading

:cancel

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 27
The action starts as soon as a cassette is inserted
Calibration of format
<selected format>
pending...

Service menu
Calibration
Shading

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 28
<selected format> is:
35 x 43 cm

fast

this corresponds to a pixel time of


1 s, 100 m mode

35 x 43 cm

slow

this corresponds to a pixel time of


2 s, 100 m mode

24 x 30 cm

Mammo this corresponds to a pixel time of


1 s, 50 m mode

35x43 cm fast
Calibration successful
SAL: 2356, Dose okay
...press
to continue

Service menu
Calibration
Shading

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 29
In case of a successful calibration the calibration line is stored automatically (no
interaction necessary).
(5)

Press

to return to the shading calibration menu.

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In case the exposure dose was too low, the following screen pops up
with a long beep:

35x43 cm fast
Failure - underexposed!
SAL: 1648, try 2x mAs
...press
to repeat

Service menu
Calibration
Shading

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 30
In case the exposure dose was too high, the following screen pops up
with a long beep:

35x43 cm fast
Failure - overexposed!
SAL: 4096, try half mAs
...press
to repeat

Service menu
Calibration
Shading

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 31
Digitizer is now waiting for next exposed cassette to be calibrated or returns to the
shading calibration screen.
In case the cassette was not entirely exposed or the optics are not adjusted, the
following screen pops up with a long beep:

35x43 cm fast
Calibration failed!
Check coll. and optics
...press
to repeat

Service menu
Calibration
Shading

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 32
Digitizer is now waiting for next exposed cassette to be calibrated or returns to the
shading calibration screen.

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Test Cycle
Starts endurance cycles to check the reliability of the mechanics
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

SAL-inspection
Calibration
Test cycle
Confirm maintenance
Confirm repair
Confirm modification
Confirm installation
Clear infocounter

Service menu
Maintenance

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 33
3.6.3.1

Scan with Transmission

requires identified cassette

cycles cassette and IP

scans the IP

erases IP

transmits image as identified

informs about the current cycle number

action runs until the selected number of cycles is reached

can be aborted with

Layout:
4 digits are reserved for number of cycles
1
2
3
4

Scan with transmission


Scan cycle no image
Scan no era, no img
Handling cycle

Service menu
Maintenance
Test cycle

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 34

Use and to
select no of cycles:
XXXX

Service menu
Maintenance
Test cycle

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 35
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No of cycles selected:
150
Current run:

64

Service menu
Maintenance
Test cycle

:cancel

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 36
3.6.3.2

Scan Cycle - No Image

requires identified cassette

cycles cassette and IP

scans the IP

erases IP

does not transmit the image

informs about the current cycle number

action runs until the selected number of cycles is reached

can be aborted with

Layout:
4 digits are reserved for number of cycles
1
2
3
4

Scan with transmission


Scan cycle - no image
Scan - no era, no img
Handling cycle

Service menu
Maintenance

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 37

Use and to
select no of cycles:
XXXX

Service menu
MAINTENANCE
Test cycle

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 38
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No of cycles selected:
150
Current run:
64

Service menu
MAINTENANCE
Test cycle

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 39
3.6.3.3

Scan - no era, no img

requires identified cassette

cycles cassette and IP

scans IP

does not erase

does not transmit the image

action runs until the selected number of cycles is reached

can be aborted with

1
2
3
4

Scan with transmission


Scan cycle - no image
Scan - no era, no img
Handling cycle

Service menu
Maintenance

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 40
The user is informed about the mode.
Schematic layout, see menu Scan cycle no img.

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Handling Cycle

cycles regardless if cassette is identified or not

cycles IP

does not scan IP

does not erase

does not transmit the image

action runs until the selected number of cycles is reached

can be aborted with

1
2
3
4

Scan with transmission


Scan cycle - no image
Scan - no era, no img
Handling cycle

Service menu
Maintenance

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 41
The user is informed about the mode.
Schematic layout, see menu Scan cycle no img.
3.6.4

Confirm Maintenance
Scope of application:
Procedure to confirm a finished preventive maintenance with date and counter stamp.
The entry is saved in the info counter file. After pressing confirm, the operator is asked
if he wants to clear the relative counters. The reset of the relative counters is linked to
the event Maintenance.
Layout:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

SAL-inspection
Calibration
Test cycle
Confirm maintenance
Confirm repair
Confirm modification
Confirm installation
Clear infocounter

Service menu
Maintenance

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 42

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To confirm this
maintenance press
Meter reading: xxxxxx
Date: <dd-mmm-yyyy>

Service menu
Maintenance
Confirm PM

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 43
(1)

Press

to return to the maintenance screen.

(2)

Press

to enter the next screen.

Do you want me to clear


the info counters?
(recommended)

Service menu
Maintenance
Confirm PM

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 44

3.6.5

(3)

Press

to return to the maintenance screen.

(4)

Press

to clear the relative info counter entries.

Confirm Repair
Scope of application:
Procedure to confirm a successful repair with date stamp. The entry is saved in the info
counter file. After pressing confirm, the operator is asked if he wants to clear the
relative counters. The reset of the relative counters is linked to the event Repair.
Layout:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

SAL-inspection
Calibration
Test cycle
Confirm maintenance
Confirm repair
Confirm modification
Confirm installation
Clear infocounter

Service menu
Maintenance

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

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To confirm a successful
repair press
Meter reading: xxxxxx
Date: <dd-mmm-yyyy>

Service menu
Maintenance
Confirm repair

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 46
(1)

Press

to return to the maintenance screen.

(2)

Press

to enter the next screen.

Do you want me to clear


the info counters?
(recommended)

Service menu
Maintenance
Confirm repair

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 47
(3)

Press

(4)

. Press

to return to the maintenance screen.


to clear the relative info counter entries.

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Confirm Modification
Layout:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

SAL-inspection
Calibration
Test cycle
Confirm maintenance
Confirm repair
Confirm modification
Confirm installation
Clear infocounter

Service menu
Maintenance

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 48

To confirm a successful
modification press
Meter reading: xxxxxx
Date: <dd-mmm-yyyy>

Service menu
Maintenance
Confirm modif.

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 49
(1)

Press

to return to the maintenance screen.

(2)

Press

to enter the next screen.

Do you want me to clear


the info counters?
(recommended)

Service menu
Maintenance
Confirm modif

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 50

(3)

Press

to return to the maintenance screen.

(4)

Press

to clear the relative info counter entries.

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Confirm Installation
Scope of application:
Procedure to confirm the device installation with a date stamp. The entry is saved in
the info counter file.
The confirmation automatically clears the relative info counter entries.
Layout:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

SAL-inspection
Calibration
Test cycle
Confirm maintenance
Confirm repair
Confirm modification
Confirm installation
Clear infocounter

Service menu
Maintenance

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 51
(1)

Press

to return to the maintenance screen.

(2)

Press

to enter the next screen.

To confirm this
installation press
Date: <dd-mmm-yyyy>

Service menu
Maintenance
Install date

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 52

(3)

Press

to return to the maintenance screen.

(4)

Press

to clear the relative info counter entries.

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Clear Infocounter
Scope of application:
Free option to clear the relative infocounter entries without a forced link to a special
service intervention. The reset is linked in the infocounter file to the dummy event
Test. Date and counter stamp are added.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

SAL-inspection
Calibration
Test cycle
Confirm maintenance
Confirm repair
Confirm modification
Confirm installation
Clear infocounter

Service menu
Maintenance

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 53

3.7

SAVE on Floppy
Save files on floppy.
Layout
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

INFO
MAINTENANCE
SAVE on floppy
SHOW error
INSTALL from floppy
CONFIGURE
CHECKS

Service menu
OVERVIEW

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 54

3.7.1

Infocounter File
(1)

Select this menu to save the info counter file on floppy.


- By default, the data is saved under A:\C25<serial#><A-Z>.ICN
Example: A:\C252034A.ICN
- If there already is an info counter file on the floppy, the last letter
of the file name is increased in alphabetical order
(no files are overwritten!).

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- Info counters (relative counters) can be cleared by means of


maintenance or repair confirmation or manually by selecting
menu Clear infocounter.
- Exceptions (e.g. error handling, messages in case of no floppy
available, write protection, full floppy, etc.) are displayed on the
LCD as clear and understandable text,
e.g. Floppy is write protected.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Info counter file


Machine specific data
Service report
Snapshot log
Session files
CPF-File
Alert log file

Service menu
SAVE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 55

Please insert a floppy


and press

Service menu
SAVE
Info counter

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 56
Service menu
SAVE
Info counter

copying...
D:<file name>
To
A:<file name>

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 57

Please remove the floppy


and press

Service menu
SAVE
Info counter

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX
figure 58

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Machine specific Data


(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Select this menu to create a backup floppy with machine-specific data.

Info counter file


Machine specific data
Service report
Snapshot log
Session files
CPF-File
Alert log file

Service menu
SAVE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 59
(2)

Click <ok>.
A zipped file C25_<serial#>.zip containing all backup files, is created on the
hard disk.

Please insert a floppy


and press

Service menu
SAVE
Machine data

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 60

the floppy gets a volume label C25_<serial#>

the zip file is copied to A:\C25_<serial#>.BAC\C25_<serial#>.zip

an existing backup sub-directory is being renamed to


A:\C25_<serial#>.BCO

the zip file under an already existing A:\C25_<serial#>.BCO directory is


being overwritten

copying...
D:\C25_<serial#>.zip
To
A:<path><file name>

Service menu
SAVE
Machine data

SERVICE XXXXX

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(3)

At the end, the following screen is displayed.


Label the floppy as described.

Label the floppy:


Backup CR25.0
S/N: <serial#>
Date: <date>
SW-version: c25_2007
Please remove the floppy
and press

Service menu
SAVE
Machine data

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 62
3.7.3

Service Report
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Select this menu to create a service report during a service session.

a service session starts when the service mode is activated

all activities are logged with date and time stamp

ring buffer principle with 20 sessions

saves the service report file on floppy

the data is saved under A:\C25_<serial#>.RPT, e.g. A:\C25_2046.RPT

an existing report file is being renamed to *.RPO

an existing *.RPO file is being overwritten

Info counter file


Machine specific data
Service report
Snapshot log
Session files
CPF-File
Alert log file

Service menu
SAVE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 63

Please insert a floppy


and press

Service menu
SAVE
Service report

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

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copying...
D:<file name>
to
A:<file name>

Service menu
SAVE
Service report

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 65

Please remove the floppy


and press

Service menu
SAVE
Service report

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX
figure 66
3.7.4

Snapshot Logs
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Select this menu to copy a Snapshot log (compressed) on floppy.

the files are saved under A:\C25_<serial#>_<error code #>incrementing


id.zip, e.g. A:\C25_2046_2060B_2.zip

one, several or all snapshot log can be selected (tagged) by means of


the - keys

tagged files are marked with <>

if there are more files in the list than can be displayed a <> symbolizes
the scroll option

if there is not enough disk space another floppy is asked for

Info counter file


Machine specific data
Service report
Snapshot log
Session files
CPF-File
Alert log file

Service menu
SAVE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 67
(2)

Press

to go back to the menu save on floppy.

(3)

Press

to go to next screen.

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All Snapshot logs


2060B_2 04-Feb-04 11:26*
2060B_1 01-Feb-04 10:43*
247B0_1 23-Jan-04 17:08

Service menu
Save
Snapshot log

:cancel
:ok
:tag

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 68

copying...
D:<file name>
to
A:<file name>

Service menu
SAVE
Snapshot log

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 69

Floppy is full.
Please insert another
floppy and press

Service menu
SAVE
Snapshot log

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 70

Please remove the floppy


and press

Service menu
SAVE
Snapshot log

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

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Session Files
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Select this menu to copy session files (compressed) on floppy.

the files are saved under A:\C25_<serial#>\#.ses, e.g.


A:\C25_2046\143.ses

one, several or all session files can be selected (tagged) by means of


the - keys

tagged files are marked with <>

if there are more files in the list than can be displayed a <> symbolizes
the scroll option

if there is not enough disk space another floppy is asked for

leading signs 0 will be suppressed, e.g. 005.ses -> 5.ses

Info counter file


Machine specific data
Service report
Snapshot log
Session files
CPF-File
Alert log file

Service menu
SAVE
Session files

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 72

All session files


1.ses*
2.ses*
3.ses
4.ses
5.ses

Service menu
SAVE
Session file

:cancel
:ok
:tag

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 73

copying...
D:<file name>
to
A:<file name>

Service menu
SAVE
Session file

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 74

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Floppy is full.
Please insert another
floppy and press

Service menu
SAVE
Session file

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 75
3.7.6

CPF File
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Select this menu to copy the customer parameter file (CPF) from
hard disk to floppy.

Info counter file


Machine specific data
Service report
Snapshot log
Session files
CPF-File
Alert log file

Service menu
SAVE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 76

Please insert a floppy


and press

Service menu
SAVE
CPF File

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 77

copying...
D:<file name>
to
A:<file name>

Service menu
SAVE
CPF File

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 78

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Please remove the floppy


and press

Service menu
SAVE
CPF File

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX
figure 79
3.7.7

Alert Log File


(1)

Select this menu to copy the alert log file to floppy.


-

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

The file contains 50 entries.


The format of the file is like the service report.
The contents of the sent e-mail is logged.
Naming of the file: C25_<serial#>.ALR, e.g. C25_2046.ALR

Info counter file


Machine specific data
Service report
Snapshot log
Session files
CPF-File
Alert log file

Service menu
SAVE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 80

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SHOW Error
(1)

Select this menu to


- display error codes in clear text
- display error hit list.
- display explanation of errors and warnings.

Layout
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

INFO
MAINTENANCE
SAVE on floppy
SHOW error
INSTALL from floppy
CONFIGURE
CHECKS

Service menu
OVERVIEW

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 81

3.8.1

Explain Error Code


(1)

Select this menu to get an explanation of the highlighted error (warning) code.
Date and time of occurrence is displayed.

(2)

Selected the code using the


keys.
The current device error or warning status is highlighted.

1 Explain error code


2 Error hit list

Service menu
SHOW error

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 82
Code

Occurred last

XXXXX 04-Feb-97 11:26


XXXXX 26-Jan-97 14:58
XXXXX
12-Jan-97 09:34
XXXXX
XXXXX
XXXXX

Service menu
SHOW error
Explain code

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 83
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Messages are sorted by date.

Text...

XXXXX

Service menu
Show error
Explain code

:cancel
:scroll

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 84
3.8.2

Error Hit List


(1)

Select this menu to get a list of the five most frequent errors.

(2)

Go to menu "Explain error code" to get an explanation of the error code.

(3)

Go back to error hit list with <cancel>.

1 Explain error code


2 Error hit list

Service menu
SHOW error

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 85
Code:

Frequency:
absolute
relative
00342
00541
95462
12124
99999

27
23
9
4
1

Service menu
SHOW error
6
4
4
3
1

Hit list

:cancel
:ok
:scroll
SERVICE XXXXX

figure 86

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INSTALL from Floppy


(1)

Select this menu to copy selected files from floppy to hard disk and initializes
new software.

Layout
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

INFO
MAINTENANCE
SAVE on floppy
SHOW error
INSTALL from floppy
CONFIGURE
CHECKS

Service menu
OVERVIEW

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 87
3.9.1

Software
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Select this menu to copy device software from floppy to hard disk and initialize
the new software.

all concerning file names are displayed during the copy process

after software installation the user is prompted to create a new backup


floppy

an entry is made in the infocounter under SW modification history, date,


meter reading

Software
Machine specific data
PMT settings (mfa/mfb)
Optic parameters
Scanner parameters
cpf-file
Language files
HW modification ID

Service menu
INSTALL

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 88

Please insert the first


floppy C252007_1_3
and press

Service menu
INSTALL
Software

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 89
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Checking
the volume label...
Volume is
<label>

Service menu
INSTALL
Software

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 90
If the volume label is not correct, a message Wrong or missing volume label pops up
(long beep).

copying...
A:<file name>
to
E:\temp\<file>

Service menu
INSTALL
Software

:cancel

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 91
(2)

Insert next floppy.

Please insert the


floppy C252007_2_3
And press

Service menu
INSTALL
Software

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 92

please wait ...


Extracting files from
E:\temp

Service menu
INSTALL
Software

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 93

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Please remove the floppy


and press

Service menu
INSTALL
Software

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX
figure 94

To initialize the new SW


a reset is necessary
Press

to reset now

Service menu
INSTALL
Software

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 95
(3)

Press

to initialize new software.

(4)

After the first start-up of the new software press


a new backup.

New software detected.


You should refresh your
backup now.
Please insert the backup
floppy and press

and insert a floppy to create

Service menu
INSTALL
Software

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 96
(5)

Press

to go to Save machine specific data.

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Machine-specific Data
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Select this menu to restore machine-specific data (machine backup) from


floppy to hard disk.

the volume label is checked

the concerning file name C25_<serial#>.ZIP is displayed during the copy


process

the zip file is automatically unzipped

Software
Machine specific data
PMT settings (mfa/mfb)
Optic parameters
Scanner parameters
CPF-file
Language files
HW modification ID

Service menu
INSTALL

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 97

Please insert the backup


floppy and press

Service menu
INSTALL
Machine data

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 98

Please wait...
Extracting backup files

Service menu
INSTALL
Machine data

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 99

Please remove the floppy


and press

Service menu
INSTALL
Machine data

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX
figure 100

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PMT Settings mfa / mfb


(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Select this menu to copy file with mfa / mfb from PMT floppy to
hard disk.

overwrites existing files

the concerning file name is displayed during the copy process

request to save changes on service exit

Software
Machine specific data
PMT settings (mfa/mfb)
Optic parameters
Scanner parameters
CPF-file
Language files
HW modification ID

Service menu
INSTALL

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 101
After
Photo multiplier change:
Please insert the
PMT-floppy and press

Service menu
INSTALL
Mfa/mfb

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 102
(2)

Verify if the serial number of the label is the same as the serial number of the
new part.
- The SN is displayed on the screen.
- The SN is automatically stored in the infocounter under
hardware replacement history

Service menu
copying <file name> ...

INSTALL
Mfa/mfb

SERVICE XXXXX

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If possible, the new value should be active immediately without reset.

Please remove the floppy


and press

Service menu
INSTALL
Mfa/mfb

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX
figure 104
(3)

3.9.4

Refresh the backup when exiting the service menu.

Optic Parameters
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Software
Machine specific data
PMT settings (mfa/mfb)
Optic parameters
Scanner parameters
CPF-file
Language files
HW modification ID

Service menu
INSTALL

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 105
After laser change:
Please insert the optic
Module floppy
and press

Service menu
INSTALL
Laser factor

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 106
(1)

Verify if the serial number of the label is the same as the serial number of the
new part.
- The SN is displayed on the screen.
- The SN is automatically stored in the infocounter under
hardware replacement history

copying <file name> ...

Service menu
INSTALL
Laser factor

SERVICE XXXXX

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Please remove the floppy


and press

Service menu
INSTALL
Laser factor

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX
figure 108
You introduced a new
component in the optical
Path
A new calibration is
necessary
Press

to calibrate...

Service menu
INSTALL
Laser factor

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 109

3.9.5

Scanner Parameters
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Software
Machine specific data
PMT settings (mfa/mfb)
Optic parameters
Scanner parameters
CPF-file
Language files
HW modification ID

Service menu
INSTALL

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 110
After scanner
replacement:
Please insert the
scanner floppy
and press

Service menu
INSTALL
Scanner

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

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(1)

Verify if the serial number of the label is the same as the serial number of the
new part.
- The SN is displayed on the screen.
- The SN is automatically stored in the infocounter under
hardware replacement history

copying <file name>...

Service menu
INSTALL
Scanner

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 112

Please remove the floppy


and press

Service menu
INSTALL
Scanner

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 113
You introduced a new
component in the optical
path.
A new calibration is
necessary.
Press

to calibrate...

Service menu
INSTALL
Scanner

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 114
(2)

Press

to go the calibration menu.

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CPF File
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Select this menu to copy the CPF file from floppy to hard disk.

overwrites the existing file

the concerning file name is displayed during the copy process

refers to the "configure local network ID" - screen

Software
Machine specific data
PMT settings (mfa/mfb)
Optic parameters
Scanner parameters
CPF-file
Language files
HW modification ID

Service menu
INSTALL

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 115

Please insert
the CPF-floppy
and press

Service menu
INSTALL
CPF-file

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 116

copying <file name>...

Service menu
INSTALL
CPF-file

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 117

Please remove the floppy


and press

Service menu
COPY
CPF-file

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX
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(2)

Press

to check if image queue is empty:

If the queue is not empty:

Image queue not empty!


Check the queue then
restart CONFIGURE Local network-ID
Press

to continue...

Service menu
INSTALL
CPF-file

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 119
If the queue is empty:

Confirm ID or
CR250xxxxxxx1
CR250xxxxxxx2
CR250xxxxxxx3
CR250xxxxxxx4
CR250xxxxxxx5
CR250xxxxxxx6
CR250xxxxxxx7

select new
.....201
.....202
.....203
.....204
.....205
.....206
.....207

Service menu
CONFIGURE
Local net ID

:cancel
:ok :more

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 120

the name CR250xxxxxxx1 is the AE-title of the digitizer

the current valid network ID is highlighted

ok- initializes the new settings

If the cpf file is corrupted, it is rejected by the digitizer and following message appears:

CPF-File is corrupted.
Repeat with a correct
one.

Service menu
CONFIGURE
Local net ID

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 121
(3)

Press

to go back to the installation menu.

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(4)

After activation of the new CPF a new backup is requested.


Press to go to Save machine specific data.

Parameters have changed.


You should refresh your
Backup now.
Please insert the backup
Floppy and press

Service menu
CONFIGURE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 122

3.9.7

Language Files
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Select this menu to copy the language files from floppy to hard disk.

the concerning file names are displayed during the copy process

branches to the "configure user terminal language" - screen

request to save changes when exiting service

Software
Machine specific data
PMT settings (mfa/mfb)
Optic parameters
Scanner parameters
CPF-file
Language files
HW modification ID

Service menu
INSTALL

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 123

Please insert the


language floppy
C25_2007
and press

Service menu
INSTALL
Language files

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 124

it is checked whether the language floppy is compatible with the current


software version

if the language floppy does not fit, a warning is displayed


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copying...
A:<file name>
to
C:<file name>

Service menu
INSTALL
Language files

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 125

Please remove the floppy


and press

Service menu
INSTALL
Language files

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 126

Do you want me to change


my user terminal
language?

Service menu
INSTALL
Language files

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 127
(2)

If yes, go to menu "Configure user terminal language".

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HW Modification ID
(1)

Select this menu to read the modification ID (service part no.)


from floppy.

(2)

Check if modification ID on the floppy label is the same as the modification ID


of the new part.

(3)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

the HW mod. ID with its description is displayed on the screen

the modification ID and description are automatically stored in the info


counter under hardware modification history

one floppy can contain several modification IDs

Save changes when exiting the menu.

Software
Machine specific data
PMT settings (mfa/mfb)
Optic parameters
Scanner parameters
CPF-file
Language files
HW modification ID

Service menu
INSTALL

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 128
Example:
Did you mount...?
CM+9 5155 xxxx 2
IP transport
Press

to confirm

Service menu
INSTALL
HW modific.

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

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CONFIGURE
Selection of local station name or user terminal language.
Layout
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

INFO
MAINTENANCE
SAVE on floppy
SHOW error
INSTALL from floppy
CONFIGURE
CHECKS

Service menu
OVERVIEW

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 130
3.10.1

Local Network ID
(1)

Select this menu to get a list of possible station names


(out of the CPF).

(2)

Select desired name using

(3)

Press

(4)

Save changes when exiting the menu.

1
2
3
4

-keys.

to initialize the new name.

Local network ID
User terminal language
Active Alert System
Direct ID

Service menu
CONFIGURE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 131
Select from list
CR250xxxxxxx1 .....201
CR250xxxxxxx2 .....202
CR250xxxxxxx3 .....203
CR250xxxxxxx4 .....204
CR250xxxxxxx5 .....205
CR250xxxxxxx6 .....206
CR250xxxxxxx7 .....207

Service menu
CONFIGURE
Local net ID

:cancel
:ok :more

SERVICE XXXXX

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(5)

Press

to go back to the menu configure.

(6)

Press

to save settings and go back to the menu configure.

(7)

After confirmation with OK the screen to refresh the backup appears.


Press to go to menu Save machine specific data.

Parameters have changed.


You should refresh your
backup now.
Please insert the backup
floppy and press

Service menu
CONFIGURE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 133
3.10.2

User Terminal Language


(1)

Select this menu to get a list of selectable languages.


Note, only HD resident language files can be selectable.

(2)

Select the desired language using the

(3)

Press

(4)

Save changes when exiting the menu.

1
2
3
4

-keys.

to initialize the new name.

Local network ID
User terminal language
Active Alert System
Direct ID

Service menu
CONFIGURE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 134
Select from list:
Dutch
English (default)
French
German
Italian
Dutch
Spanish

Service menu
CONFIGURE
Language

:cancel
:ok :more

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 135
(5)

Press

to go back to the menu configure.

(6)

Press

to save settings and go back to the menu configure.

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After confirmation with OK the screen to refresh the backup appears.


Press to go to menu Save machine specific data.

Parameters have changed.


You should refresh your
backup now.
Please insert the backup
floppy and press

Service menu
CONFIGURE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 136
NOTE:

3.10.3

Only the main language is displayed.

No distinction between regional language differences,


e.g. German for Austria, English for Australia is made.

Active Alert System


The alert system is able to monitor the status of the device. If certain thresholds are
reached a message (e-mail) is sent to a specified destination. The alert system is used
for preventive maintenance.
(1)

.Switch on/off the mechanism.

(2)

Configure destination.

1
2
3
4

Local network ID
User terminal language
Active Alert System
Direct ID

Service menu
CONFIGURE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 137
(3)

Select the Active Alert System...

1 Alert system status


2 Alert destination
3 Send test alert

Service menu
CONFIGURE
Alert System

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

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Alert System Status


1 Alert system status
2 Alert destination
3 Send test alert

Service menu
CONFIGURE
Alert System

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 139
Alert system status
disable
Change status with
Alert destination:
10.6.5.152
Alert sent: 0

Service menu
CONFIGURE
Alert System

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 140

3.10.5

Alert Destination
1 Alert system status
2 Alert destination
3 Send test alert

Service menu
CONFIGURE
Alert System

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 141
Current alert
destination:
010.006.005.152
change digit:
change position:

Service menu
CONFIGURE
Alert System

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 142
NOTE:
The IP address of the alert destination (mail host) can be entered manually with the
arrow keys.
Only valid addresses (< 255) are accepted.

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Send Test Alert


1 Alert system status
2 Alert destination
3 Send test alert

Service menu
Configure
Alert system

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 143
The function sends a predefined test email to the configured destination.
A successful delivery is confirmed with a message and a double beep.
Sending test alert to
192.9.200.250
Email successfully sent

Service menu
Configure
Alert system

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 144
In case the destination is not reachable the following message comes up with a long
beep:
Sending test alert to
192.9.200.250
Email delivery failure

Service menu
Configure
Alert system

:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

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Set up Direct ID
1
2
3
4

Local network ID
User terminal language
Active Alert System
Direct ID

Service menu
CONFIGURE

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 146
(1)

Select Direct-ID direct ID off or the ID-viewer you want to be connected to.

Select from list:


<direct ID off>
ID-viewer1-192.9.200.202
ID-viewer2-192.9.200.203
ID-viewer3-192.9.200.204

Service menu
Configure

:cancel
:ok :more

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 147

3.10.8

Add-on Application
(1)

Select this menu to enable/disable add-on applications for the digitizer.


A list of possible add-on applications will be offered.

(2)

Select the desired add-on application using the

-keys.

(3)
(4)

1
2
3
4

Refresh backup when exiting the menu.

Local network ID
User terminal language
Alert system
Add-on applications

Service menu
Configure

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

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Select from list:


1 Mammography (50m)

Service menu
Configure
Application

:cancel
:ok | :more

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 149
(5)

The second line displays the selected Add-on application.


Enable/disable mentioned add-application with the
keys.

(6)

Press

to initialize the add-on application.

(7)

Press

to jump back to the prior screen without saving.

This screen has to be built for each add-on application


Status of
Selected application
enabled
Change status with

Service menu
Configure
Application

:cancel
:ok |

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 150

3.11

(8)

Press

to save changes and exit menu.

(9)

Press

to jump back to the prior screen without saving.

CHECKS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

INFO
MAINTENANCE
SAVE on floppy
SHOW error
INSTALL from floppy
CONFIGURE
CHECKS

Service menu
OVERVIEW

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 151
(1)

Press

to go back to next higher level (service menu).

(2)

Press

to go to the next screen.

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System Check
The system check is a non interactive test that lists the current status of the digitizer
(voltages, stepper motor connections, light barrier status, nodes ...). The result of this
list is stored in a file on the hard disk of the digitizer.
1 System check
2 Send image

Service menu
Checks

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 152

3.11.2

(1)

Press

to go back to next higher level (service menu).

(2)

Press

to start system check.

Send Image
(1)

Select this menu to send images from the hard disk to the processing station.

1 System check
2 Send image

Service menu
Checks

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 153
(2)

Press

to go back to next higher level (service menu).

(3)

Press

to go to the next screen.

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Test Image (mosaic)


(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Select this menu to send the test image to the processing station.

Test image (mosaic)


Flatfield calibration
Flatfield banding
Test sheet (jitter)
Blue LED test image
Mammo test image 1
Mammo test image 2

Service menu
Checks
Send image

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 154

3.11.2.2

(2)

Press

to go back to next higher level (service menu).

(3)

Press

to send test images.

Flatfield (calibration)
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Select this menu to send the flatfield (calibration) to the processing station.

Test image (mosaic)


Flatfield calibration
Flatfield banding
Test sheet (jitter)
Blue LED test image
Mammo test image 1
Mammo test image 2

Service menu
Checks
Send image

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 155
(2)

Press

to go back to next higher level (service menu).

(3)

Press

to send flatfield.

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Flatfield (banding)
(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Select this menu to send the flatfield (banding) to the processing station.

Test image (mosaic)


Flatfield calibration
Flatfield banding
Test sheet (jitter)
Blue LED test image
Mammo test image 1
Mammo test image 2

Service menu
Checks
Send image

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 156

3.11.2.4

(2)

Press

to go back to next higher level (service menu).

(3)

Press

to send flatfield.

Test Sheet (jitter)


(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Select this menu to send the test sheet (jitter) to the processing station.

Test image (mosaic)


Flatfield calibration
Flatfield banding
Test sheet (jitter)
Blue LED test image
Mammo test image 1
Mammo test image 2

Service menu
Checks
Send image

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 157
(2)

Press

to go back to next higher level (service menu).

(3)

Press

to send test images.

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Blue LED Test Image


(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Select this menu to send the blue LED test image to the processing station.

Test image (mosaic)


Flatfield calibration
Flatfield banding
Test sheet (jitter)
Blue LED test image
Mammo test image 1
Mammo test image 2

Service menu
Checks
Send image

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 158

3.11.2.6

(2)

Press

to go back to next higher level (service menu).

(3)

Press

to send blue LED test image.

Mammo Test Image 1


(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Select this menu to send the Mammo test image 1 to the processing station.

Test image (mosaic)


Flatfield calibration
Flatfield banding
Test sheet (jitter)
Blue LED test image
Mammo test image 1
Mammo test image 2

Service menu
Checks
Send image

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

figure 159
(2)

Press

to go back to next higher level (service menu).

(3)

Press

to send Mammo test image 1.

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Mammo Test Image 2


(1)

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Select this menu to send the Mammo test image 2 to the processing station.

Test image (mosaic)


Flatfield calibration
Flatfield banding
Test sheet (jitter)
Blue LED test image
Mammo test image 1
Mammo test image 2

Service menu
Checks
Send image

:cancel
:ok

SERVICE XXXXX

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(2)

Press

to go back to next higher level (service menu).

(3)

Press

to send Mammo test image 2.

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(2)

Strictly observe all safety directions within the "Generic Safety Directions" and
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1.1

Show Error ................................................................................................................................5

1.2

Checks ......................................................................................................................................6

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General Procedure

Error occurrs

Error code is
displayed

Select
<Show Error>
Function
see 1.1

Select
<System Check>
see 1.2

Error is located

Corrective
Measures

5155_reg3.3_001.cdr

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NOTE:
Additionally check Infocounter: see Chapter 9, Maintenance, "How to evaluate the
infocounter"
Evaluate diagnostic images for deficiencies (e.g. jitter)

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Show Error
(1)

Enter the Service menu

(2)

Select
4 Show error
1 Explain error code

(3)

Select in error code history


corresponding entry

Code

Occurred last

22570
20605

04-Feb-99 15:45
09-Jan-99 11:32

Service menu
Show error
: cancel
: ok

5155_reg3.3_002.cdr

figure 2

(4)

Reason, meaning and cure of


error are listed

22570 detected
Reason: Cassette module
1. Power supply test of
stepper node roll
failed
Meaning: No Power supply
on stepper node

Service menu
Show error
Explain code
: cancel
: scroll

5155_reg3.3_003.cdr

figure 3
Service menu
Show error
Explain code

22570 detected
- Power supply not
connected
- Fuse blown
- Power supply
defective

: cancel
: scroll

5155_reg3.3_004.cdr

figure 4

(5)

Carry out the checks listed at


cure.
To verify that error is not
sporadic, also a quick check can
be carried out.

22570 detected
Cure: - Check cables
and connectors
- Check replace fuse
- Check replace power
supply

Service menu
Show error
Explain code
: cancel
: scroll

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1.2

Checks
(1)

Enter the Service menu

(2)

Select
8 Checks
1 System check

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

System check
Check laser
Check destinations
Check disk
Send flatfield
Send jitter pattern
Check I/O-bus
Send Mammo Testimage

Service menu
Checks
: cancel
: ok

5156_reg3.3_006.cdr

figure 6

(3)

System check is starting.


All actions are executed in
same order as during normal
operation.

(4)

The file Snapshot.txt is


generated on partition d:\
which informs you about the
status of the machine.
You can use e.g. notepad to
view it.

NOTE:
As an alternative, you can connect your Service PC to the serial port and enter "diag" at
the prompt to start the diagnostic tool.

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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

CODING OF THE STEPPER MOTOR CONTROL BOARDS ..................................................4

I/O-BUS ADDRESSES OF BOARDS .......................................................................................5

JUMPER CONFIGURATION OF THE HARD DISK .................................................................5


3.1

SCSI Hard Disk .........................................................................................................................5

FUSES OVERVIEW .................................................................................................................6

OVERVIEW OF DIAGNOSTIC LEDS.......................................................................................6

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Coding of the Stepper Motor Control Boards


GS IOB-SIN-STEP Boards:
CM+9 9499 8140 x
GS

Designation

IO-Bus
Address

Switch

410

Scan Unit
Scan rolls lift board

37H

JL1

Jumper Settings
JL1
1

JLGS410.cdr

ST 10

2A 4A
ST10
ST10_2.cdr

412

Scan Unit Slowscan board 36H

JL1

JL1
1

JLGS412.cdr

ST 10

2A 4A
ST10
ST10_2.cdr

602

IP Transport Unit IP
transport board

27H

JL1

JL1
1

JLGS602.cdr

ST 10

2A 4A
ST10
ST10_4.cdr

712

Cassette Unit IP
alignment board

26H

JL1

JL1
1

JLGS712.cdr

ST 10

2A 4A
ST10
ST10_4.cdr

GS IOB-SIN-5Step Board:
CM+9 9499 8120 x
GS

Designation

IO-Bus Address

Switch

710

Cassette Unit

22H

JL1

5fold-stepper
motor board

Jumper Settings
JL1
1

JLGS710_1.cdr

21H

JL 2

JL2
8

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I/O-Bus Addresses of Boards


IO-Bus
Address

GS

Board

21

710

Cassette unit (JL2) 5fold stepper motor board

22

710

Cassette unit (JL1) 5fold stepper motor board

26

712

Cassette unit IP alignment board

27

602

IP Transport Unit IP transport board

36

412

Scan Unit Slowscan board

37

410

Scan Unit Scan rolls lift board

70

230

Power integration board

75

210

Erasure control board

85

116

Emergency-node

80

306

cPCI adapter board

Jumper Configuration of the Hard Disk

3.1

SCSI Hard Disk


Two equally designed SCSI hard disks are used. They only differ in the configuration of
their jumper settings.
SCSI-hard disk Quantum Atlas IV, V, 10KII Remove all jumpers

SCSI-hard disk IBM Ultrastar (DDYST09170, IC35L009UWD)

figure 1

correct jumper configuration


at jumper 6 jumper block:
figure 2

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Fuses Overview
Ass.

Location

Fuse

Quality

Protection

200

Power unit

SI 201

T 2.0A

GS300

200

Stepper motor transformer

SI202

T 2.0A

TR206

200

Power integration board

SI 1

T 2.5A

GS410

SI 2

T 2.5A

GS602

SI 3

T 2.5A

GS712

SI 4

T 2.5A

GS412

SI 5

T 6.25A

GS710

NOTE:
All fuses are slowblow fuses.

Overview of Diagnostic LEDs


Ass.

Location

LED

Indicates

200

Power integration board

D9, green

SI 4 is OK.

D9, yellow

SI 3 is OK.

D9, red

SI 5 is OK.

D10, green

SI 2 is OK.

D10, yellow

SI 1 is OK.

D10, red

+5 V voltage is OK.

D11, green

(not used)

D11, yellow

(not used)

D11, red

+24 V voltage is OK.

GS306,
voltage indicators
(3 x 3 LEDs)

The voltage at corresponding


position (see labeling) is OK.

GS312,
Ethernet and
FPGA indicators
(2 x 3 LEDs)

Indicate the signaling related


to software (service connector
side) and hardware (RESET
switch side).

300

cPCI Rack

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Purpose of this document


This document describes replacements relevant for the Field Service Engineer.

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Referenced Documents
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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

INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................5

SAFETY NOTE.........................................................................................................................5

REMOVAL OF PANELS ...........................................................................................................6

REPLACEMENTS AT TRANSPORT UNIT ..............................................................................7

4.1

Removing Transport Unit from Digitizer....................................................................................7

4.2

Replacing Vacuum Unit ............................................................................................................8

4.3

Replacing Suction Cups............................................................................................................9

4.4

Replacing Stepper Motor Board................................................................................................9

4.5

Remounting Transport Unit.....................................................................................................10

REPLACEMENTS AT ERASURE UNIT .................................................................................11


5.1

Removing Erasure Unit from Digitizer ....................................................................................11

5.2

Replacing Erasure Lamps.......................................................................................................12

5.3

Remounting Erasure Unit to Digitizer .....................................................................................13

REPLACEMENTS AT POWER UNIT.....................................................................................14


6.1

Removing Power Unit from Digitizer .......................................................................................14

6.2

Removing Power Integration Board........................................................................................17

6.3

Installing new Power Integration Board ..................................................................................18

6.4

Removing 24 V Power Supply ................................................................................................19

6.5

Replacing Erasure Control Board ...........................................................................................20

REPLACEMENTS AT CASSETTE UNIT ...............................................................................22


7.1

Removing Cassette Unit from Digitizer...................................................................................22

7.2

Replacing 5-fold Stepper Motor Board ...................................................................................25

7.3

Replacing Stepper Motor Board..............................................................................................26

7.4

Replacing Cassette Opener Mechanism ................................................................................27

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REPLACEMENTS AT SCAN UNIT ........................................................................................31


8.1

Safety Note .............................................................................................................................31

8.2

Replacing the Optic Module....................................................................................................32

8.3

Putting the new Optic Module in Operation ............................................................................34

8.4

Replacing Photomultiplier Module (PMM) with Light Collector...............................................35

8.5

Putting the new Photomultiplier in Operation..........................................................................38

8.6

Removing Scan Unit from Digitizer .........................................................................................38

8.7

Replacing Pin Diode Board.....................................................................................................44

REPLACEMENTS AT THE CPCI-RACK................................................................................48


9.1

Replacing the Hard Disk .........................................................................................................48

9.2

Start up of a new Hard Disk ....................................................................................................50

REPLACEMENTS AT THE FRAME .......................................................................................52


10.1

Replacing the Display .............................................................................................................52

10.2

Replacing the Emergency Node Board ..................................................................................53

10.3

Removing the Erasure Unit Fan..............................................................................................53

10.4

Installing new Erasure Unit Fan ..............................................................................................56

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Introduction
CR 35-X 5158 / 100 and CR 25.0 Type 5156 / 105 make use of parts employing
machine-specific parameters.
These are:

Laser

Photomultiplier

Pin-Diodes.

The corresponding spare parts kits comprise the new spare part as well as a floppy
disk containing necessary parameters/values/data. The floppy disks are assigned
clearly to the spare part and cannot be mistaken. After the new part has been installed,
you have to load these parameters from floppy drive via service menu of the user
terminal. Finally, you are asked to renew the backup. (See detailed description in the
replacement section of this chapter.)
Together with date and counter stamp the serial number of the exchanged part is
automatically registered in the info counter file under the item hardware modification
history.

Safety Note

CAUTION:
Danger of cutting!
Due to changed production methods, all parts of metal frame can be sharp-edged.
Take special care when servicing the interior of the digitizer

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Removal of Panels
1

3
4

figure1

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Cover: Open two screws (Philips screw driver, medium size) and remove cover.

Left Side Panel: Open two screws (screw driver, medium size) and lift side panel
off.

Right side panel: Press two latches and lift side panel off.

Top Front Panel: Loosen six Phillips screws and lift front panel off (the cover has
to be removed before).

Bottom Front Panel: Press two latches to open the door.

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4.1

Removing Transport Unit from Digitizer


(3)

Unplug digitizer from the mains.

(4)

Remove right side panel.

(5)

Disconnect plugs (1) and (2).

(6)

Untie the four fasteners (3).

(7)

Remove complete transport unit from


digitizer and put it down.

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4.2

Replacing Vacuum Unit


Socket wrench (5.5 mm)
(1)

To prevent from loosing screws in


the digitizer, first take out complete
transport unit from digitizer.

(2)

Unplug two hoses, including plastic


angles, from suction cups (1).

(3)

Unplug 4-pin and 5-pin plugs.

(4)

Unscrew three screws (2) to loosen


vacuum unit

(5)

(6)

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5156_reg3.5_006.jpg

Take out complete vacuum unit.

Check if there are dust caps on the


new spare part and remove all of
them.

(7)

Install new vacuum unit in reverse order.

(8)

Be aware of guide slot at suctions cups, to plug plastic angles in correct position.

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4.3

Replacing Suction Cups


Socket wrench (5.5 mm)

4.4

(1)

To prevent from loosing screws in


the digitizer, first take out complete
transport unit from digitizer.

(2)

Unplug hose, including plastic


angle, from metal bolt of suction
cup.

(3)

Unscrew mounting screw.

(4)

Turn metal bolt of suction cup about


90 by hand and take out suction
cup.

(5)

Install new suction cup in reverse


order.

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Replacing Stepper Motor Board


(1)

For replacing stepper motor board,


take out complete transport unit
from digitizer.

(2)

Place transport unit stable and


protect against tilting.

(3)

Move transport robot upwards.

(4)

Unplug both cables.

(5)

Press out plastic pins from metal


plate side and remove stepper
motor board.

(6)

Take out plastic pins from old


stepper motor board and attach
them on the new one.

(7)

Install new stepper motor board in reverse order.

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4.5

Remounting Transport Unit


NOTE:
Before remounting transport unit in digitizer check that cassette opener of cassette unit
is in hidden position. Otherwise a conflict with suction cups may appear.

(1)

Remount transport unit.

(2)

Tie the four fasteners.

(3)

Plug in the two cables and check


that power supply cable cannot be
clamped with side panel.

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5.1

Removing Erasure Unit from Digitizer


(1)

Unplug the machine from the mains.

(2)

Open front door.

(3)

Push lock (1) downwards.

(4)

Pull out erasure unit to have easy


access to the cable.

(5)

Unplug cable of erasure unit.

(6)

figure 10

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Pull the erasure unit cautiously out


of the rail.

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5.2

Replacing Erasure Lamps

(1)

Open the two latches beside the


glass.

(2)

Swing up the glass covering the


lamps.

figure 13

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NOTE:
Always replace all 10 lamps at the same time!
Pull the lamps carefully out of their sockets.

NOTE:
The glass bulb of the new lamps must be clean. Use a soft cloth, do not touch with bare
fingers.

(3)

Insert the new lamps carefully in their sockets.

(4)

Close glass covering and the two latches.

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Remounting Erasure Unit to Digitizer


(1)

Put erasure unit carefully on the rail and move it into the digitizer.

(2)

Connect cable of erasure unit.

NOTE:
When re-inserting erasure unit, make sure that lock engages again.

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6.1

Removing Power Unit from Digitizer


Socket wrench (5.5 mm,
7 mm)
(1)

Switch off digitizer and unplug


mains cable on the rear side.

(2)

Open the front door.

(3)

Loosen two screws at the frame (7


mm socket wrench).

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(4)

Unplug two cables on right hand


side.

(5)

Pull out power unit maximum 2 cm


out of the digitizer.

figure 16
(6)

5156_reg3.5_016.jpg

Remove metal plate, see circles


(5.5 mm socket wrench), where four
cable clamps are mounted.

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(7)

Mark similar cables before


disconnecting. They could be
mistaken afterwards as only length
difference could help.

(8)

Disconnect all plugs.

figure 18

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NOTE:
Unplug the black cable only by touching the plug.
Never pull at the cable itself!

(9)

Remove power unit carefully from


digitizer.

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Removing Power Integration Board


(1)

Loosen three screws (socket


wrench 5.5 mm) (1).

figure 20
(2)

5156_dis368.05_001.cdr

Unscrew (1, four screws) and


unplug (2) power supply (A) to get
easy access to plugs of the power
integration board.

A
1
figure 21
(3)

Pinch three plastic pins (1) and


push out of metal plate.

(4)

Unplug five cables off the power


integration board and remove it.

5156_dis368.05_002.cdr

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Installing new Power Integration Board


NOTE:
Be aware that board is very sensitive to bending.

(1)

Establish which type of erasure unit fan is installed.


Note: The new fan (CM+9 5146 3620 0) has the type designation "RG 12519/14N/2" on its label.

(2)

Set the jumpers on the power integration board depending on the fan type (see
figure 23).
For the new fan, set jumpers to the upper two pins at ST7 and ST8.
For the old fan, set jumpers to the lower two pins at ST7 and ST8.

figure 23

5156_dis073.05_001.cdr

(3)

Install new power integration board in reverse order (see sections 6.2 and 6.1).

(4)

Connect digitizer to the mains.

(5)

Switch on the digitizer and wait for successful completion of the self test.

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Removing 24 V Power Supply


Small screw driver,
socket wrench (5.5 mm)
(1)

Unplug two cables (1).

(2)

Unscrew two screws at power


supply of power unit, one at each
side (5.5 mm socket wrench).

(3)

Take out power supply.

(4)

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Install new power supply in reverse


order.

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Replacing Erasure Control Board


Socket wrench (5.5 mm)
(1)

For replacing erasure control board


take out power unit from digitizer.

(2)

Unplug connections to transformers.

(3)

(4)

figure 26

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Unplug three cables at left side.

Unscrew three screws (1) at metal


plate.

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(5)

Turn board and unplug cables at


right side.

(6)

If new board was delivered without


metal plate, remove this from old
board and mount it to new one.

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Install new erasure control board in


reverse order.

(7)

(8)

Be aware that board is very


sensitive to bending.

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Replacements at Cassette Unit


NOTE:
For all actions at cassette unit, first remove transport unit.

7.1

Removing Cassette Unit from Digitizer


Phillips screwdriver,
socket wrench (7 mm)
(1)

Loosen the screws (1) on the rear


side of digitizer.

(2)

Push back top cover a little.

(3)

Remove both side panels.

(4)

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Open front door.

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(5)

Loosen six screws 1, three at each


side, at front cover.

(6)

Remove the front cover.

(7)

(8)

figure 32

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figure 33

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figure 34

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Disconnect cables of cassette unit.


Two of them can only be reached
from the front.

Loosen screw with a socket


wrench (5.5 mm) to unfasten
energy chain from frame.

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(9)

Loosen three screws 1 of spindle


carriage with socket wrench (7
mm) for about two turns.

figure 35

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figure 36

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(10) Turn spindle carriage off the


thread. Mind that it is a left-handed
thread.

(11) Move up IP transport robot by


means of red handle.

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(12) Pull out cassette unit cautiously with


a straight movement, as bearings
do not guide all along. Mind position
of the hands as shown beside.
Put cassette unit down.

figure 38

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(13) Reinstall in reverse order. When reinserting, do not cant bearings and do not
push in with force.

7.2

Replacing 5-fold Stepper Motor Board


Socket wrench (5.5 mm)
(1)

Unplug all cables, if necessary


unscrew cable clamps.

(2)

Push plastic clips and take board off


the pins.

figure 39

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Be aware that board is very sensitive to bending.

(3)

Install new board in reverse order.

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7.3

Replacing Stepper Motor Board


Socket wrench (5.5 mm),
pliers
(1)

Unscrew energy chain to have free


access to stepper motor board.

(2)

Unplug all cables.

(3)

(4)

figure 40

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figure 41

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Take board off the plastic pins, if


necessary by means of a pliers.

Install new board in reverse order.


Be aware that board is very sensitive to bending.

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7.4

Replacing Cassette Opener Mechanism


NOTE:
If the light barrier flag of the cassette
opener is broken then you need not
replace the complete cassette opener
mechanism. The light barrier flag is a
separately available spare part. Order
number: CM+9 5146 .5911 x.
The light barrier flag can brake when it
touches the frame of cassette opener
while it is moved down.

figure 42

5156_reg3.5_041.jcdr

Screw driver,
socket wrench (7 mm)
(1)

For replacing cassette opener mechanism first take out complete


cassette unit from digitizer.

(2)

Remove spring washers


at both sides of shaft.
Pay attention that shaft
is not scratched during
replacement as it
touches IP directly in
normal operation.

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(3)

(4)

Remove deflector plate


by unscrewing three
screws by a socket
wrench (7 mm).

figure 44

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figure 45

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figure 46

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Remove I/O slot opener


by unscrewing two
screws by a socket
wrench (7 mm).

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(5)

(6)

Remove light barrier mount by


unscrewing two adjoining screws
by a socket wrench (7 mm).

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figure 48

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figure 49

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Remove black plastic frame of


opener by unscrewing four screws,
two on both sides, by a socket
wrench (7 mm).

(7)

Remove spring washer at right


side of shaft.

(8)

Push black plastic crank carefully


to right side. It can be moved by
red handle to loosen contact to
shaft.

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(9)

Remove alignment plate by means


of a Phillips screwdriver.

figure 50

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(10) Turn complete cassette unit and swing up 5fold stepper motor board to have
access to the rear side.
(11) Unplug connector to cassette detection switch (ST 8) at 5fold stepper motor
board of cassette unit.
(12) Unscrew two nuts at rear side
which mount cassette opener.

figure 51

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figure 52

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(13) Take out toothed belt and remove


cassette opener.

(14) Install new cassette opener in reverse order.

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Replacements at Scan Unit

8.1

Safety Note
WARNING:
Risk of electric shock!
Make sure that the digitizer is switched off, before you remove the optic module.

There are no serviceable parts inside the


optical module.
Do not open sealed parts of the optical
module.

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8.2

Replacing the Optic Module


CAUTION:
Risk of injury when removing the scan unit!
To remove the scan unit safely, use the digitizer ramp.
Check that both adjustable feet are touching the ground before removal of the scan
unit.

Allen key (4 mm),


socket wrench (5.5 mm),
(1)

Unplug activation plug of the optic


module
(Sub-D plug, 25 pins).

5158_reg3.5_001.cdr

figure 54
(2)

Undo the shielding clamp (A), (5.5


mm socket wrench).
Unplug the polygon plug (B) (the
connection is unmistakable).

5158_reg3.5_002.cdr

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(3)

For easier handling, unplug flat


cable on left side of PMM.

5158_reg3.5_006.cdr

figure 56
(4)

Loosen four Allen screws (4 mm).

5158_reg3.5_003.cdr

figure 57
(5)

Pull out optic module cautiously by


using the T-handle and one hand
down left.
The rails guide the optic module
and avoid that the PMM is being
damaged.
However, take care to pull out the
optic module straightforward.

5158_reg3.5_004.cdr

figure 58
(1)

Install the new optic module in reverse order.

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8.3

Putting the new Optic Module in Operation


(1)

Switch on the Digitizer.

(2)

Install the optics specific data from the enclosed floppy disk via the Service
Menu at the user terminal.

(3)

Select <5 INSTALL from floppy>


<4 Optics parameters>.
The system requests:
a. to compare the S/N on the optic module and the S/N stored on the
floppy disk. After confirmation the parameters are loaded.
The serial number of the exchange part is automatically entered in the
info counter file under "HW Replacement history" together with
date and counter stamp
b. to update the backup

.
(4)

Make an IP center calibration (see chapter 3.6).

(5)

Make a shading calibration of all formats (see chapter 3.6)

(6)

Update the backup to save the calibration data.

(7)

Select <3 Save on floppy>


<2 Machine specific data>

(8)

Follow the online instructions.

(9)

Enter the serial number of the Digitizer on the label of the optic modul floppy
disk.

(10) Check the image quality with flatfield exposures (if available, also with test
sheet), see chapter 3.6

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8.4

Replacing Photomultiplier Module (PMM) with Light Collector


CAUTION:
Risk of damage!
Photomultiplier and light collector are glued and must be treated as one component.
Allen key, 3 mm
Socket wrench, 7 mm

(1)

Remove the optic module as


described in section 8.2

(2)

Undo the Allen screw (3 mm) at the


light well (right hand side).

(3)

Lift up the light well.

5158_reg3.5_005.cdr

figure 59
(4)

Unplug cable on left side of the


PMM.

5158_reg3.5_006.cdr

figure 60

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(5)

Loosen the two knurled screws by


pressing the blue foam.

5158_reg3.5_007.cdr

figure 61

(6)

Loosen the four Allen screws at the


light collector (7 mm socket wrench)

5158_reg3.5_008.cdr

figure 62
(7)

Move the black aluminum plate at


the far end of the light collector
gently to and fro; this eases the
removal

(8)

Tip over and pull out the PMM


carefully.

5158_reg3.5_009.cdr

figure 63

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NOTE:
Hold one hand to the PMM and the other
to the light collector to avoid tearing apart
the module.

5158_reg3.5_010.cdr

figure 64
(9)

Put down the PMM carefully.

(10) Install in reverse order.

NOTE:
Check the functionality of the dust brush after the installation of the PMM!

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8.5

Putting the new Photomultiplier in Operation


(1)

Switch off the digitizer.

(2)

Install the mfa / mfb parameters from the enclosed floppy disk via the Service
Menu at the user terminal.

(3)

Select <5 INSTALL from floppy>


<3 PMT settings (mfa/mfb)>
The system requests:
a. to compare the serial number on the photomultiplier module and the
serial number stored on the floppy disk. After confirmation the
parameters are loaded.
The serial number of the exchange part is automatically entered in the
info counter file under "HW Replacement history" together with date
and counter stamp
b. to update the backup

8.6

(4)

Calibrate all formats, see chapter 3.6

(5)

Update the backup to save the calibration data

(6)

Select <3 Save on floppy>


<2 Machine specific data>

(7)

Follow the on-line instructions

(8)

Enter the serial number of the Digitizer on the label of the


photomultiplier floppy disk

(9)

Check the image quality with flatfield exposures (if available, also with test
sheet), see chapter 3.6

Removing Scan Unit from Digitizer


The following preparations have to be carried out:

Disconnect mains cable.

Open front door.

Remove both side panels.

Remove IP-transport Unit.

Remove Erasure Unit.

Remove Optical Modul as descriebed in section 8.2

Remove the Photomultiplier with light collector 8.4

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Phillips screwdriver,
Allen key (5 mm),
socket wrench (5.5 mm),
open-end wrench (13 mm)
(1)

(2)

(3)

Tip over cPCI-Rack.

figure 65

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figure 66

5156_reg3.5_053.jpg

Loosen Allen screw (5 mm); there


may be perceptible resistance due
to Locktite saved connection.

Unscrew two screws (A) (openend wrench 13 mm) to loosen


scan unit from frame.

5158_reg3.5_011.cdr

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(4)

(5)

Pull out scan unit a little.

figure 68

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figure 69

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figure 70

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Remove grounding clamp (socket


wrench 5.5 mm) at the right side of
the boards.

(6)

Mark cables before disconnecting.


They could be mistaken.

(7)

Disconnect all plugs (1) at both


sides from boards.

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(8)

(9)

Loosen screw (socket wrench 5.5


mm) and unplug flat cable on left
side of scan unit.

figure 71

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figure 72

5156_reg3.5_017.jpg

figure 73

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Remove metal plate, see circles


(socket wrench 5.5 mm), where
four cable clamps are mounted.

(10) Mark similar cables before


disconnecting. They could be
mistaken afterwards as only length
difference could help.
(11) Disconnect all plugs.

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NOTE:
Unplug the black cable only by touching the plug.
Never pull at the cable itself!

(12) Put cables over the front door to


have easy access to the scan unit.

figure 74

5156_reg3.5_060.jpg

Wear safety shoes while removing scan unit.

(13) Push slightly to left side to avoid


getting caught.
(14) Pull out the scan unit a little.

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(15) Push slightly to right side to avoid


canting of the rubber pad in the
rail.

figure 76

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figure 77

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(16) To pull out the scan unit


completely use hand hold on the
left side.

(17) Bring scan unit on a safe place


and take care that it can not tilt.
(18) Install new scan unit in reverse order.

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8.7

Replacing Pin Diode Board


Socket wrench (5.5 mm),
Open-end wrench (7 mm, 10 mm),
Screw driver
(1)

Unplug cables at pin diode board.

(2)

Mark position (1) of motor. The


mark is necessary to reproduce
belt tension afterwards.

(3)

Unscrew two screws (2) by


socket wrench (5.5 mm),
positioned under toothed belt.

(4)

(5)

figure 78

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figure 79

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figure 80

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Loosen two screws open-end


wrench 10 mm, for moving
motor.

Move motor from right to left and


take away toothed belt.
Afterwards take out complete
metal angle with motor.

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(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

Remove spring washers on both


sides of gear.

figure 81

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figure 82

5156_reg3.5_074.jpg

figure 83

5156_reg3.5_075.jpg

Unscrew two nuts at upper


mounting open-end wrench 7
mm.

Move two bearings away from


each other by means of a small
screw driver.

Unscrew c-clips protection at scan roller and remove scan roller carefully.

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(10) Take out springs at aluminum


bracket and bracket itself.

figure 84

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figure 85

5156_reg3.5_077.jpg

figure 86

5156_reg3.5_078.jpg

(11) Remove worm wheel.


(12) Remove spring washers at both
sides of drive shaft and take out
drive shaft itself by moving
backwards.

(13) Unplug connection to diode.


(14) Unscrew two screws (socket
wrench 5.5 mm), to dismount
metal bracket.

(15) Move board to left side until it stops.


(16) To take out the board you have to pass two screws on the right side.
Therefore bend board very carefully, turn it into a horizontal position and take
it out.

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(17) After reinserting the new pin diode board, make sure that board engages
properly.
(18) Push the board to the very right side, hold it in place and mount the metal
bracket. Check that the board cannot move.
(19) Connect plugs. Only plug for motor is connected later.
(20) Insert drive shaft. Make sure that its ends engage in correct position and that
light barrier flag is in functional position.
(21) Mount aluminum angle and springs.
(22) Mount motor and toothed belt.
(23) Screw loose-fitting two 5.5 mm screws under belt.
(24) Mount motor by two screws with
open-end wrench 10 mm, at
position marked before.
(25) Check and resp. adjust tension
of toothed belt by pressing
moderate with two fingers.
Distance should be approx. 1.5
cm (0.6 inch).
(26) Fix screws under belt.
figure 87

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(27) Wind cable around feed line of motor and connect plug of light barrier to
motor.

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Replacements at the cPCI-Rack

9.1

Replacing the Hard Disk


NOTE:
In order to avoid any damage at the storage board, replace the hard disk very
cautiously.

Phillips screwdriver, medium size


(1)

Tip over cPCI-Rack.

(2)

Disconnect the white connector of


the power supply from the storage
board (1).

(3)

Loosen the two terminal rails (2).

(4)

Disconnect the ribbon cables (3)


and (4) from floppy disk drive and
hard disk.

figure 88

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(1)

(2)

figure 90 shows the storage board


with the inserted hard disk.

5156_reg3.5_082

figure 91

5156_reg3.5_083

figure 92

5156_reg3.5_084

Loosen four round-head screws at


the rear of the storage board to
separate the hard disk from the
storage board.

(3)

Disconnect the connector of the


power supply (circle) from the hard
disk.

(4)

Remove the hard disk from the


storage board.

(5)

figure 90

Install the new hard disk in reverse order.

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9.2

Start up of a new Hard Disk


Service PC

NOTE:
The following floppies are needed for installation:
Hard disk formatter floppy
CR 35 Portex Installer Disk 2/2
CR 35 Software Release Disk 1/3
CR 35 Software Release Disk 2/3
CR 35 Software Release Disk 3/3
Floppy Portex Installer 1/2 is not needed for this procedure.
(1)

Disconnect the digitizer from the network.

(2)

Connect Service PC to service port and start a terminal program.

(3)

Take the Hard disk formatter floppy and insert it into the floppy disk drive of
the digitizer.

(4)

Disconnect the digitizer from the network (since a default IP-Address &
hostname is configured).

(5)

Connect Service PC with terminal program (e.g. Hyper Terminal) to RS232 port
of CR35.

(6)

Press the Reset button on CPU-Board or turn power off/on at digitizer.

(7)

Confirm partitioning/formatting of the hard disk with y.

(8)

Wait until you get the final message on a terminal connected to the service
RS232 port or wait until control LED of floppy disk drive is off.

(9)

Insert the floppy ACP Portex Installer 2/2 into the disk drive of the digitizer.

(10) Press the Reset button on CPU-Board or turn power off/on at digitizer.
(11) Wait until you get the final message on a terminal connected to the service
RS232 port or wait until control LED of floppy disk drive is off.
(12) Remove floppy (don't insert any other floppy).
(13) Press the Reset button on CPU-Board or turn power off/on at digitizer.
(14) Wait until you get the final message on a Terminal connected to the service
RS232 port, or wait approximately 2 minutes.
(15) Insert the floppy CR35 Software Release Disk 1/3 into the disk drive of the
digitizer.
(16) Press the Reset button on CPU-Board or turn power off/on at digitizer.
(17) Wait until you get the final message on a terminal connected to the service
RS232 port, or wait until control LED of floppy disk drive is off.
(18) Proceed the same way with the CR35 Software Release Disk 2/3 and 3/3.
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(19) Press the Reset button on CPU-Board or turn power off/on at digitizer and wait
until software is inflated completely.
(20) Press the Reset button on CPU-Board or turn power off/on at digitizer.
(21) Restore the machine-specific data.
(22) Restore the CPF-file.
(23) Press the Reset button on CPU-Board or turn power off/on at digitizer.
(24) Write machine-specific data on floppy.
(25) Reconnect network cable.

NOTE:
Without restoring the device-specific parameters, operation is not possible.

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10

Replacements at the Frame

10.1

Replacing the Display


Socket wrench (5.5 mm), Philips screw
driver
(1)

Remove cover.

(2)

Remove top front panel.

(3)

Unscrew four screws


(5.5 mm).

(4)

Loosen screw (5.5 mm) at the right


side of the display.

(5)

Unplug cable on the board.

(6)

figure 93

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figure 94

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Install the new display in reverse order.

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10.2

Replacing the Emergency Node Board


Pliers, Philips screw driver
(1)

Remove cover.

(2)

Remove top front panel.

(3)

Take board off the four plastic pins


(1), if necessary by means of
pliers.

(4)

Unplug flat cable (2).

figure 95
(5)

10.3

5156_reg3.5_087

Install the new emergency node board in reverse order.

Removing the Erasure Unit Fan


(1)

Switch off digitizer and disconnect mains plug.

(2)

Open lower front door and remove both side panels.

(3)

Remove transport unit from digitizer (see section 4.1).

(4)

Tip over cPCI-Rack.

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(5)

Loosen Allen (5 mm) screw at


front side; there may be
perceptible resistance due to
Locktite-saved connection.

(6)

Unscrew two Allen screws (5 mm)


(1, see figure 98) at left side to
loosen scan unit from frame.

(7)

Pull out scan unit by about 10 cm.

(8)

Remove screw (1, see figure 99)


which fixes fan assembly (A) at
right side.

(9)

Unplug fan assembly at left side.

figure 97

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figure 98

5156_reg3.5_054

A
1

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(10) Slide fan assembly (A) out of holder


(1, see figure 100) and remove from
device.

1
figure 100
(11) Unscrew 4 Allen screws (1) and
unmount plug (2) to release fan.

5156_dis369.05

1
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10.4

Installing new Erasure Unit Fan


NOTE:
This erasure unit fan can only be used in combination with the power integration board
with jumpers (CM+9 5156 6450 1).

(1)

Check if the power integration board with jumpers (CM+9 5156 6450 1) is installed
(For the removal of the board from the digitizer,
see section 6.2).

NOTE:
The jumpers (see figure 102) must be set to the upper pins.

figure 102

5156_dis073.05_001.cdr

(2)

Check the jumper settings on the power integration board.

(3)

Proceed in reverse order to install new fan.


See section 10.3.

(4)

Connect digitizer to the mains.

(5)

Switch on and wait for the successful completion of the self test.

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Purpose of this document


This document describes adjustments and calibration procedures for the digitizer.

Document History
Edition.
Revision

Release
Date

Changes
compared to previous version 2.0

2.1

08-2008

Updated information on the IP-center calibration and


the shading calibration.
Details see section 2.2 and section 2.3.

Added calibration with mammography X-ray source.


Details see section 2.2 and section 2.3.

Referenced Documents
Document

Title

DD+DIS171.08E

CR 35-X Service Bulletin # 06: Announcement of Digitizer


Software C25_3007

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Copyright 2008 Agfa HealthCare N.V.

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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

MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT OF THE SCANNER POSITION ..............................................4


1.1

Adjustment Procedure of the Scanner Position ........................................................................5

1.2

Verification for the Adjustment of the Scanner Position ...........................................................8

CALIBRATIONS .......................................................................................................................9
2.1

Possible Reasons for a Calibration...........................................................................................9

2.2

IP-Center Calibration ..............................................................................................................10

2.2.1

Erase the Cassette .................................................................................................................11

2.2.2

Expose the Cassette...............................................................................................................12

2.2.3

Start the IP-Center Calibration................................................................................................16

2.2.4

Failed IP-Center Calibration....................................................................................................17

2.3

Shading Calibration.................................................................................................................20

2.3.1

Erase the Cassette .................................................................................................................21

2.3.2

Expose the Cassette...............................................................................................................21

2.3.3

Start the Shading Calibration ..................................................................................................23

2.3.4

Failed Shading Calibration......................................................................................................30

2.4

Verification of the Calibration ..................................................................................................35

BACKUP .................................................................................................................................38

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Mechanical Adjustment of the Scanner Position


REQUIRED TIME:
Approximately 45 min.

IMPORTANT:
This adjustment is critical!
Perform it only if you are familiar with the adjustment procedure.

When?

Perform this adjustment if:

Geometric or material properties of the clamping elements in general have


been changed.

The scanner has been exchanged.

Frequent IP jams are present after the transport from the scan unit.

NOTE:
Carry out this adjustment only with digitizers showing the above described
problems frequently!
PREREQUISITES/REQUIRED TOOLS:

Open-end socket wrench, 13 mm

Floppy for storing the machine specific data

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1.1

Adjustment Procedure of the Scanner Position


(1)

Get a 15 x 30 cm cassette or a 18 x 24 cm cassette.

(2)

Remove both side panels and bridge the interlock switch with a service key.

(3)

For adjusting the scanner, the


fastening at the left side of the digitizer
has to be modified
(see circle in figure 1).
Mark the fastening nut and the
fastening plate with a permanent
marker or a scriber.
The mark makes it easier to count the
turns of the nut.

figure 1

(4)

Turn the marked nut one complete turn counterclockwise, with the open-end
socket wrench.
The scanner tilts to the left side, with view from the input slot.

(5)

Tighten the nut behind the fastening plate, mounted on the thread of
the clamper.

(6)

Switch on the digitizer.

(7)

Enter the service menu.

(8)

Select <2 MAINTENANCE>


<3 Test cycle>
<4 Handling cycle>.

(9)

Set number of cycles to 2 and start test cycle with the prepared cassette
(see step (1)).

(10) Switch off the digitizer.

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(11) Repeat steps (4) to (10) until the image plate (IP) is no more or only partly
sucked or transported into the cassette.
(12) Loosen the nut behind the fastening plate.
(13) Turn the marked nut one complete turn clockwise.
(14) Tighten the nut behind the fastening plate.
(15) Remove the IP by hand.
If the IP is clamped turn the lift motor (M401) by hand counterclockwise to get
the IP released.
(16) Switch on the digitizer.
(17) Enter the service menu.
(18) Select <2 MAINTENANCE>
<3 Test cycle>
<4 Handling cycle>.
(19) Set number of cycles to 2 and start test cycle with the prepared cassette
(see step (1)).
(20) Switch off the digitizer.
(21) Loosen the nut behind the fastening plate.
(22) Turn the marked nut one complete turn counterclockwise.
(23) Tighten the nut behind the fastening plate.
(24) Remove the IP by hand.
If the IP is clamped turn the lift motor (M401) by hand counter-clockwise to get
the IP released.
(25) Switch on the digitizer.
(26) Enter the service menu.

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(27) Select <2 MAINTENANCE>


<3 Test cycle>
<4 Handling cycle>.
(28) Set number of cycles to 2 and start test cycle with the prepared cassette
(see step (1)).
(29) Switch off the digitizer.
(30) Repeat steps (21) to (29) until the IP is sucked and transported into the
cassette correctly.
(31) Switch off the digitizer.
(32) Loosen the nut behind the fastening plate.
(33) Turn the marked nut one complete turn counter-clockwise.
(34) Tighten the nut behind the fastening plate.
(35) Switch on the digitizer.
(36) Perform the verification (see section 1.2).

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1.2

Verification for the Adjustment of the Scanner Position


NOTE:
Avoid that direct sun light shines into the digitizer.
(1)

Result

Properly observe, while performing a test cycle with a small cassette


(18 x 24 cm or 15 x 30 cm), if:

The IP performs a constant movement.

The IP is not jerking.

(2)

Perform more test cycles with the small cassette, if necessary.

(3)

Adjust the scanner position, if the IP is not sucked and transported correctly.
Therefore proceed with step (4) of section 1.1.

(4)

Remove the service key at the interlock switch.

(5)

Mount both side panels.

The adjustment has been successful, if the IP is sucked and transported correctly.

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Calibrations
NOTE:
Make sure that the used IPs are dry, clean and do not have artifacts such as
scratches or contamination.

2.1

Possible Reasons for a Calibration


IMPORTANT:
If an IP-center calibration is necessary, always perform a shading calibration
afterwards.

Calibration

Details
see

When

IP-Center Calibration

Shading Calibration

The optic module has been


exchanged.

The pin diode board (GS440) and/or


the light barrier IR Receiver (GS446)
have been replaced.

White borders on the Mammo


diagnostic images are present.*

IP-Center Calibration has been


performed.

The optic module has been


exchanged.

The LISA module (photomultiplier


with light collector) has been
exchanged.

The scan unit has been replaced.

Unacceptable line artifacts (stripes)


in slow scan direction are still visible
on the diagnostic image after
cleaning the scan area.

2.2

Approx.
30 min.

2.3

Approx.
1 h.

* only on 24 x 30 cm and 18 x 24 cm cassette formats. The white border is present only on one side of the image.

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2.2

IP-Center Calibration
REQUIRED TIME:
Approximately 60 min.

PREREQUISITES / REQUIRED TOOLS:

X-ray source (GenRad recommended)


If a GenRad X-ray source is available, this should be used for all applications:
the GenRad, Mammo and Extremity.
For a pure Mammo site use a Mammography X-ray source with the
largest available bucky.

Cassette:
o

GenRad (24 x 30 cm or smaller),

Mammo (18 x 24 cm):


Always expose the smallest cassette format used in the hospital.
If the cassette format 18 x 24 cm is not available, the calibration can also be
performed with a 24 x 30 cm cassette.

For a GenRad X-ray source:


Cu-filter which has the spare part number*: CM+9 5155 1015 2

For a Mammography X-ray source:


Al-filter which has the spare part number*: CM+9 5148 1090 0

* 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:
The GenRad X-ray source and the Mammography X-ray source require
different prerequisites.
Do not use GenRad X-ray source with Al-filter or Mammography X-ray source
with Cu-filter!
NOTE:
For Mammography X-ray source, in order to fix the Al-filter below the collimation
window, a reliable adhesive tape is necessary. Depending on the adhesive tape,
a solvent may be required for the cleaning of the X-ray source. Make sure the tape
is not getting in the optical path of the X-rays.

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The IP-center calibration procedure consists of the following steps:


How?

Procedure
Erase cassette

2.2.1

Expose cassette

2.2.2

Start IP center calibration

2.2.3

Verification

2.2.1

Details see

2.4

Erase the Cassette


(1)

on the
Press the Erase key
local keypad of the digitizer and
the following screen appears:

BUSY
ERASURE

WARNING
The next cassette(s) will be erased
Enter number of cassettes to erase:
Put cassette in input buffer or
press X to quit
CR85B

5148_Chap03.6_039.cdr

figure 2

(2)

Place the cassette in the input buffer of the digitizer.

(3)

Wait for the erased cassette at the output buffer.

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2.2.2

Expose the Cassette

2.2.2.1

Exposure of the Cassette for a GenRad X-ray source


(1)

Place the cassette in length direction to


the X-ray tube as shown
in figure 3.

Rotating
Anode

x-ray tube
Cathode

51
48

_3

. 6.c
dr

O.K.

Not O.K.

figure 3

(2)

Ensure that the entire image plate is


fully exposed! The collimated field must
be larger than the image plate!

figure 4

(3)

Place the Cu-filter below the collimation window.

(4)

Select the following exposure parameters to obtain a dose of 10 Gy:


- 12 mAs,
- 75 kV,
- 1.3 m (51,2) distance,
- Large focus.

NOTE:
Best use a dosimeter to measure the dose!
(5)

Expose the cassette.

(6)

Turn the cassette 180.

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(7)

Expose the cassette again.


After the second exposure the cassette has been exposed in total
with a dose of 20 Gy.

(8)

Remove the Cu-filter.

Exposure of the Cassette for a Mammography X-ray source


NOTE:
The exposure of the Mammo cassette with a Mammography X-ray source is only
applicable for the Mammography IP-center calibration.

Goal

Expose at least the half of the cassette (tube side up), which lies opposite to the
chestwall side, see figure 5.
Exposed area
(= 1/2 of cassette)

(chestwall side)

cassette
(with tube side up)

figure 5

(1)

Remove the compression paddle.

(2)

Check that the appropriate window is selected according to the bucky size.

If both, the 18 x 24 cm and the 24 x 30 cm, buckies are available, the smallest cassette
format (18 x 24 cm) has to be used with the largest bucky size (24 x 30 cm). For this
purpose refer to column 1 of the following table.
If only one bucky size is available (cassette format is then identical to the bucky size)
refer to column 2 of the following table.

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(3)

(4)

(5)

Column 1:

Column 2:

Select the following exposure


parameters:

Select the following exposure


parameters:

- 20 mAs
- 28 kV
- Molybdenium source / Molybdenium
filter (Mo/Mo)
- Large focus

- 2 x 10 mAs
- 28 kV
- Molybdenium source / Molybdenium
filter (Mo/Mo)
- Large focus

Insert a dummy Mammography


cassette in the bucky to activate the
X-ray modality.

Insert a dummy Mammography


cassette in the bucky to activate the
X-ray modality.

Place the cassette on the bucky:

Place the cassette on the bucky:

- With tube side up


- Horizontally centered

- With tube side up


- With a slight offset in horizontal
direction.

Move the cassette vertically towards


the bucky chestwall, so that the rear
half (opening side) of the cassette is
in the middle of the collimation
window.

Move the cassette vertically towards


bucky chestwall, so that the rear half
(opening side) of the cassette is in
the collimation window.
The marked area
in figure 7 must be within the
collimation window.

bucky

cassette 18 x 24 cm

collimation window

collimation window

cassette

bucky 24 x 30 cm
(chestwall)

figure 7

figure 6

(6)

(chestwall)

Fix the Al-filter below the collimation


window and make sure the tape is
not getting in the optical path of the
X-rays.

Fix the Al-filter below the collimation


window and make sure the tape is
not getting in the optical path of the
X-rays.

(7)

Expose the cassette.


Perform one single exposure!
Rotation of cassette is not required.

Expose the cassette.

(8)

n.a.

Remove the Al-filter.

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(9)

Column 1:

Column 2:

n.a.

Leave the cassette on the bucky with


tube side up.
Move the cassette horizontally to the
other side of the bucky and vertically
towards bucky chestwall, so that the
rear half (opening side) of the cassette
is in the collimation window.
The marked area
in figure 8 must be within the
collimation window.

bucky
collimation window

cassette
(chestwall)

figure 8

(10)

n.a.

Fix the Al-filter below the collimation


window and make sure the tape is
not getting in the optical path of the
X-rays.

(11)

n.a.

Expose the cassette.

(12)

Remove the Al-filter.

Remove the Al-filter.

(13)

Clean the X-ray source with a solvent. Clean the X-ray source with a solvent.

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2.2.3

Start the IP-Center Calibration


NOTE:
Close the doors of the digitizer during calibration.
(1) Enter the Service menu.
(2) Select <2 MAINTENANCE>
<2 Calibration>
<1 IP center calibration>.
After the application has been
chosen the exposure parameters
for the cassette are shown on
the display.
These parameters are only valid
for a GenRad X-ray source. If a
Mammography X-ray source is
used, refer to the exposure
parameters in step (3) of section
2.2.2.2.

Exposure parameters:
Service menu
Filter: 1.5 mm Cu
Maintenance
2 exposures a 10 microGy Calibration
turn 180 degree
(Approx. FFEDist 1.3 m, X :cancel
12 mAs, 75 kVp)
Insert cassette 24x30 cm
or smaller

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(3) Insert the exposed cassette in the digitizer.


(4) In case the cassette has been
identified by mistake the following
screen will be displayed:
- Press the escape key
, if you
want to scan the cassette: the
name of the patient will be
shown.
- Press the confirm key
, if you
want to start the calibration.

Cassette is identified
with patient data.
Press
to calibrate
or X to scan.

Service menu
Maintenance
Calibration
X

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(5) If the right format is detected the calibration starts automatically and you
can skip step (6).
(6) If the wrong format is detected a warning message will be displayed.
- Press the confirm key
to start the calibration with the wrong format, or
to stop calibration.
- Press the escape key
.
Remove the cassette and press confirm key
The calibration main screen will be displayed.

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(7) The IP-center calibration has been


successful, if the message
Calibration successful pops up.
If the calibration has not been
successful, continue with section
2.2.4.

Calibration successful
...press

Service menu
Maintenance
Calibration

to continue

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(8) Press confirm key

(9) Perform a shading calibration (see section 2.3) and finally a verification
(see section 2.4).

2.2.4

Failed IP-Center Calibration


Find the possible results of a failed IP-center calibration below:
Information on
the Display

Details
see

Reason

Check
collimation and
optics

Flatfield was not used.

A defective IP was used (with scratches in slowscan direction).

Underexposed

The exposure conditions were wrong


(e.g. the dose was too low).

The filter was not positioned correctly.

The photomultiplier floppy was not installed properly


after a photomultiplier (PMT) replacement.

The backup floppy was not installed properly after a


software installation including hard disk formatting.

The exposure conditions were wrong


(e.g. the dose was too high).

The filter was not positioned correctly.

The photomultiplier floppy was not installed properly


after a PMT replacement.

The backup floppy was not installed properly after a


software installation including hard disk formatting.

Overexposed

2.2.4.1

2.2.4.2

2.2.4.3

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NOTE:
The Scan Average Level (SAL) is the digital 12 bit value (gray scale) of a pixel and is
one of the criteria for a successful calibration. The SAL values during a calibration
must be in a range of approximately 730 to 4095.
2.2.4.1

Check collimation and optics (dynamic range bigger than 1:2)


(1) A failure message pops up with
a long beep.

Service menu
Maintenance
Calibration
Check coll. and optics
...press

to repeat

:cancel
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5148_Chap03.6_035.cdr

figure 12

(2) Press the confirm key


.
Make sure that the IP was exposed without collimation.
Check the IP for scratches in slow scan direction.
Redo calibration.
(3) Otherwise, press the escape key

to cancel the calibration.

(4) Redo calibration.

2.2.4.2

Underexposed (SAL < 730)


(1) A failure message pops up.
(2) Press the confirm key
.
Increase the exposure dose.
Check the exposure conditions and the filter alignment.
Redo the calibration.
(3) If the failure message pops up again, press the escape key
.
Check if the the photomultiplier floppy was installed properly after a PMT
replacement.
Check if the backup floppy was installed properly after a software installation
including hard disk formatting.
Install the corresponding floppy if necessary.
Redo the calibration.

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Overexposed (SAL > 4095)


(1) A failure message pops up.
(2) Press the confirm key
.
Decrease the exposure dose.
Check the exposure conditions and the filter alignment.
Redo the calibration.
(3) If the failure message pops up again, press the escape key
.
Check if the the photomultiplier floppy was installed properly after a PMT
replacement.
Check if the backup floppy was installed properly after a software installation
including hard disk formatting.
Install the corresponding floppy if necessary.
Redo the calibration.

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2.3

Shading Calibration
REQUIRED TIME:
Approximately 120 min.

PREREQUISITES / REQUIRED TOOLS:

X-ray source (GenRad recommended)


If a GenRad X-ray source is available, this should be used for all applications:
the GenRad, Mammo and Extremity.
For a pure Mammo site use a Mammography X-ray source with the
largest available bucky.
Cassette format (GenRad: 35 x 43 cm or Mammo:24 x 30 cm):
Always expose the largest cassette format used in the hospital.
If the cassette format 18 x 24 cm is used, the calibration is not valid for
24 x 30 cm cassette formats or higher!

For a GenRad X-ray source:


Cu-filter which has the spare part number*: CM+9 5155 1015 2

For a Mammography X-ray source:


- Al-filter which has the spare part number*: CM+9 5148 1090 0
- CR Mammography calibration kit which has the spare part number*:
10+7 9820 0424 0

* 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:
The GenRad X-ray source and the Mammography X-ray source require
different prerequisites.
Do not use GenRad X-ray source with Al-filter or Mammography X-ray source
with Cu-filter!
NOTE:
For Mammography X-ray source, in order to fix the Al-filter below the collimation
window, a reliable adhesive tape is necessary. Depending on the adhesive tape, a
solvent may be required for the cleaning of the X-ray source. Make sure the tape is not
getting in the optical path of the X-rays.

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The shading calibration procedure consists of the following steps:


How?

Procedure

Details see

Erase cassette

2.3.1

Expose cassette

2.3.2

Start shading calibration

2.3.3

Verification

2.3.1

2.4

Erase the Cassette


(1)

Press the Erase key


on the local keypad of the
digitizer and the following
screen appears
(see figure 13).

BUSY
ERASURE

WARNING
The next cassette(s) will be erased
Enter number of cassettes to erase:
Put cassette in input buffer or
press X to quit
CR85B

5148_Chap03.6_039.cdr

figure 13

2.3.2

(2)

Place the cassette in the input buffer of the digitizer.

(3)

Wait for erased cassette at the output buffer.

Expose the Cassette


NOTE:
The GenRad X-ray source can be used for both, the GenRad and the Mammo,
calibration procedure.

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2.3.2.1

Exposure of the Cassette for a GenRad X-ray source


(1)

Place the largest cassette in length


direction to the X-ray tube as shown in
figure 14.

Rotating
Anode

x-ray tube
Cathode

51
48

_3

. 6.c
dr

O.K.

Not O.K.

figure 14

(2)

Ensure that the entire image plate is


fully exposed! The collimated field
must be larger than the image plate!

figure 15

(4)

Place the Cu-filter below the collimation window.

(5)

Select the following exposure parameters to obtain a dose of 10 Gy:


- 12 mAs,
- 75 kV,
- 1.3 m (51,2) distance,
- Large focus.

NOTE:
Best use a dosimeter to measure the dose!
(6)

Expose the cassette.

(7)

Turn the cassette 180.

(8)

Expose the cassette again.


After the second exposure the cassette has been exposed in total with a dose
of 20 Gy.

(9)

Remove the Cu-filter.

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2.3.2.2

Exposure of the CR Mammo Calibration Kit Cassette for a Mammography


X-ray source
NOTE:
The exposure of the CR Mammo Calibration Kit cassette with a Mammography
X-ray source is only applicable for the Mammography shading calibration.
(1)

Remove the compression paddle.

(2)

Fix the Al-filter below the collimation window and check that the appropriate
window is selected according to the bucky size.
Make sure the tape is not getting in the optical path of the X-rays.

(3)

Select the following exposure parameters:


- 200 mAs,
- 28 kV,
- Molybdenium source / Molybdenium filter (Mo/Mo),
- large focus.

(4)

Put the cassette in the bucky.

(5)

Expose the cassette.

NOTE:
Perform one single exposure!
Rotation of cassette is not required.

2.3.3

(6)

Remove the Al-filter.

(7)

Clean the X-ray source with a solvent.

Start the Shading Calibration


NOTE:
Close the doors of the digitizer during calibration.

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(1)

Enter the Service menu.

(2)

Select <2 MAINTENANCE>


<2 Calibration>.
<2 Shading Calibration>.

(3)

Choose one of 4 possible applications


for shading calibration (details see
table below).
When an application has been
calibrated successfully, the remark
o.k. will be shown next to the
application on the display (see
figure 16).

Selection
Exposure
on the
Application
Type
User
(X-ray source)
Interface
GenRad

1 GenRad
fast*
2 GenRad
slow

Mammo

Extremity

3 Mammo

4 Extremity

GenRad
(default
selection)

Which application
shall be calibrated?
1
2
3
4

GenRad fast
GenRad slow
Mammo
Extremity

o.k.

Service menu
Calibration
Shading
X

:cancel
:ok
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Remarks

Details
see

- Use the biggest GenRad


cassette available (35x43 cm)
- Use Cu-filter

2.3.3.1

GenRad
- Use the biggest GenRad
(recommended cassette available (35x43 cm)
if available) - Use Cu-filter.

2.3.3.2

Mammo

- Choose a X-ray source with


the smallest heel effect.**
- Use the biggest Mammo
cassette available (24x30 cm)
- Use Al-filter.

GenRad
(default
selection)

- Use the biggest GenRad


cassette available (35x43 cm)
- Use Cu-filter.

2.3.3.1

* The GenRad formats 35 x 35 cm and 35 x 43 cm are always scanned in Fast Scan Mode.
** In general modalities of Siemens are known to have a low heel effect.

NOTE:
If the Mammo application is not activated:
- A Mammo shading calibration with a GenRad cassette can be performed, anyway.
- A Mammo shading calibration with a Mammo Cassette can not be performed.

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2.3.3.1

Application GenRad or Extremity


After the application has been chosen Exposure parameters:
Service menu
Filter: 1.5 mm Cu
the exposure parameters for the
Calibration
2 exposures a 10 microGy Shading
cassette are shown on the display.
turn 180 degree
(Approx. FFDist. 1.3 m,
12 mAs, 75 kVp)
Insert cassette 35x43cm

:cancel

5148_Chap03.6_009.cdr

figure 17

(1) Insert the exposed cassette.


(2) In case the cassette has been
identified by mistake the following
Cassette is identified
screen will be displayed:
with patient data.
- Press the escape key
, if you Press
to calibrate
want to scan the cassette: the
or X to scan.
name of the patient will be
shown.
- Press the confirm key
, if you figure 18
want to start the calibration.

Service menu
Maintenance
Calibration
X

:cancel
:ok
5148_Chap03.6_030.cdr

(3) If the right format is detected the calibration starts automatically and you
can skip step (4).
(4) If the wrong format is detected a
warning message will be
displayed.
- Press the confirm key
to
start the calibration with the
wrong format, or

Format is smaller than


recommended!

Service menu
Calibration
Shading

Shading calibration will


X
only be valid for
calibrated format and
smaller ones.

:cancel
:ok
5148_Chap01_027.cdr

- Press the escape key


to
stop calibration.
Remove the cassette and
press confirm key
.

figure 19

The calibration main screen will


be displayed. Continue with
section 2.3.2.

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(5) If the shading calibration has


been successful the message
Calibration successful pops up
(e. g. GenRad fast).
If the calibration has not been
successful, continue with section
2.3.4.

(6) Press confirm key

Service menu
Calibration
Shading
GenRad fast
Calibration successful
SAL: 2356, Dose okay
...press
to continue

:ok
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(7) Redo the calibration for the next application, shown on the display. Continue with
section 2.3.2.
When an application has been calibrated successfully, the remark o.k. will be
shown next to the application on the display (see figure 16)
When all 3 applications (GenRad fast, GenRad slow and Extremity) have been
performed continue with the Mammo application (see section 2.3.3.2).
(8) Perform verification (see section 2.4), after all applications have
been calibrated.

2.3.3.2

Application Mammo
Two possible exposure types can be chosen:

(1)

GenRad, if a GenRad X-ray source is available,

Mammo , if only a Mammography X-ray source is available.

Choose one of the 2 possible


exposure types.

Select exposure type.


1 GenRad
2 Mammo

Service menu
Calibration
Shading
X

:cancel
:ok
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Exposure Type GenRad chosen


After the application has been chosen Exposure parameters:
Service menu
Filter: 1.5 mm Cu
the exposure parameters for the
Calibration
2 exposures a 10 microGy Shading
cassette are shown on the display.
turn 180 degree
(Approx. FFDist. 1.3 m,
12 mAs, 75 kVp)
Insert cassette 35x43cm

:cancel

5148_Chap03.6_009.cdr

figure 22

(1) Insert the exposed cassette.


(2) In case the cassette has been
identified by mistake the following
Cassette is identified
screen will be displayed:
with patient data.
- Press the escape key
, if you Press
to calibrate
want to scan the cassette: the
or X to scan.
name of the patient will be
shown.
- Press the confirm key
, if you figure 23
want to start the calibration.

Service menu
Maintenance
Calibration
X

:cancel
:ok
5148_Chap03.6_030.cdr

(3) If the right format is detected the calibration starts automatically and you
can skip step (4).
(4) If the wrong format is detected a
warning message will be
displayed.
- Press the confirm key
to
start the calibration with the
wrong format, or

Format is smaller than


recommended!

Service menu
Calibration
Shading

Shading calibration will


X
only be valid for
calibrated format and
smaller ones.

:cancel
:ok
5148_Chap01_027.cdr

- Press the escape key


to
stop calibration.
Remove the cassette and
press confirm key
.

figure 24

The calibration main screen will


be displayed. Continue with
section 2.3.2.

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(5) If the shading calibration has


been successful the message
Calibration successful pops up
(e. g. Mammo).
If the calibration has not been
successful, continue with section
2.3.4.

(6) Press confirm key

Service menu
Calibration
Shading
Mammo
Calibration successful
SAL: 2356, Dose okay
...press
to continue

:ok
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(7) Perform verification (see section2.4), after all applications have


been calibrated.

Exposure Type Mammo chosen


IMPORTANT:
Ensure that the "CR Mammography calibration kit" cassette is used for
the following steps!
After the application has been chosen Exposure parameters:
Filter: 2 mm Al
the exposure parameters for the
Exp. Technique: Mo/Mo
cassette are shown on the display.
200mAs, 28 kVp
No compression paddle

Service menu
Calibration
Shading
X

:cancel

Insert cassette 24x30cm


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(1) Insert the exposed cassette.


(2) In case the cassette has been
identified by mistake the following
Cassette is identified
screen will be displayed:
with patient data.
- Press the escape key
, if you Press
to calibrate
want to scan the cassette: the
or X to scan.
name of the patient will be
shown.
- Press the confirm key
, if you figure 27
want to start the calibration.

Service menu
Maintenance
Calibration
X

:cancel
:ok
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(3) If the right format is detected the calibration starts automatically and you
can skip step (4).
(4) If the wrong format is detected a
warning message will be
displayed.
- Press the confirm key
to
start the calibration with the
wrong format, or

Format is smaller than


recommended!

Service menu
Calibration
Shading

Shading calibration will


X
only be valid for
calibrated format and
smaller ones.

:cancel
:ok
5148_Chap01_027.cdr

- Press the escape key


to
stop calibration.
Remove the cassette and press
the confirm key
.

figure 28

The calibration main screen will


be displayed. Continue with
section 2.3.2.
(5) If the shading calibration has
been successful the message
Calibration successful pops up
(e. g. Mammo).
If the calibration has not been
successful, continue with section
2.3.4.

(6) Press confirm key

Service menu
Calibration
Shading
Mammo
Calibration successful
SAL: 2356, Dose okay
...press
to continue

:ok
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(7) Perform verification (see section 2.4), after all applications have
been calibrated.

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2.3.4

Failed Shading Calibration


Find the possible reasons for a failed shading calibration below:

Information on
the Display
Underexposed

The exposure conditions were wrong


(e.g. the dose was too low).

The filter was not positioned correctly.


The photomultiplier floppy was not installed properly
after a photomultiplier (PMT) replacement.
The backup floppy was not installed properly after a
software installation including hard disk formatting.

Overexposed

Details
see

Reason

The exposure conditions were wrong


(e.g. the dose was too high).

The filter was not positioned correctly.

The photomultiplier floppy was not installed properly


after a PMT replacement.
The backup floppy was not installed properly after a
software installation including hard disk formatting.

Dust is present on the IP.

Flatfield was not used.

Flatfield was not used.

Collimation was used.

A defective IP was used (with scratches in slowscan direction).

Modality is
vignetting

GenRad:
- Flatfield was not used.
- A defective IP was used.
- The collimation was used.

(Warning
message only)

Mammography:
- Flatfield was not used.
- A defective IP was used.

Dust detected
Check coll. and
optics

2.3.4.1

2.3.4.2

2.3.4.3

2.3.4.4

2.3.4.5

NOTE:
The Scan Average Level (SAL) is the digital 12 bit value (gray scale) of a pixel and is
one of the criteria for a successful calibration. The SAL values during a calibration
must be in a range of approximately 730 to 4095.

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2.3.4.1

Underexposed (SAL < 730)


(1) A failure message pops up.

Service menu
Calibration
Shading
GenRad fast
Failure - underexposed!
SAL: 1648, try 2x mAs
...press
to repeat

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figure 30

(2) Press the confirm key


.
Increase the exposure dose.
Check the exposure conditions and the filter alignment.
Redo the calibration.
(3) If the failure message pops up again, press the escape key
.
Check if the the photomultiplier floppy was installed properly after a PMT
replacement.
Check if the backup floppy was installed properly after a software installation
including hard disk formatting.
Install the corresponding floppy if necessary.
Redo the calibration.

2.3.4.2

Overexposed (SAL > 4095)


(1) A failure message pops up.

Service menu
Calibration
Shading
GenRad fast
Failure - overexposed!
SAL: 4096, try half mAs
...press
to repeat

:ok
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(2) Press the confirm key


.
Decrease the exposure dose.
Check the exposure conditions and the filter alignment.
Redo the calibration.
IMPORTANT:
For Mammography X-ray source, even if the dose has to be
decreased due to overexposure, the settings must not fall below
50 mAs and 0.5 s.
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(3) If the failure message pops up again, press the escape key
.
Check if the the photomultiplier floppy was installed properly after a PMT
replacement.
Check if the backup floppy was installed properly after a software installation
including hard disk formatting.
Install the corresponding floppy if necessary.
Redo the calibration.

2.3.4.3

Dust detected
(1) A failure message pops up with a long beep.
(2) Press the confirm key

(3) Check if the exposure parameters have been the same as shown on the display.
(4) Clean the optics with the built-in brush.
(5) Check on the IP the presence of scratches in slow scan direction and of dust.
Look for another IP which is dry, clean and immaculate.
(6) Redo calibration.

2.3.4.4

Check collimation and optics (dynamic range bigger than 1:2)


(1) A failure message pops up (e. g.
GenRad fast) with a long beep.

Service menu
Calibration
Shading
GenRad fast
Calibration failed!
Check coll. and optics
...press
to repeat

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(2) Press the confirm key


.
Make sure that the IP was exposed without collimation and with the exposure
parameters shown on the display.
Check the IP for scratches in slow scan direction.
Redo calibration.
In case the Mammo exposure type was selected and the above actions do not
show success:
- Look for the Mammography X-ray source with the smallest heel effect.
- Redo the calibration with this X-ray source and use the same bucky size
as for the first exposure.
(3) Otherwise, press the escape key

to cancel the calibration.

(4) Redo calibration.

2.3.4.5

Modality is vignetting (warning message only)


(1) A Calibration successful screen
(e. g. Mammo) pops up.

Service menu
Calibration
Shading
Mammo
Calibration successful
SAL: 2356, Dose okay
...press
to continue

:ok
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(2) Press confirm key

(3) A warning message pops up if the Warning:


Service menu
Calibration
signal dropped below the
Modality is vignetting. Shading
acceptable limit within a range of
Please inform customer.
3 mm at the left or right border.
Calibration is accepted.

:ok
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(4) Press the confirm key

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(5) Check if:


- The exposure parameters have been the same as shown on the display.
- The collimation was used properly (if the exposure type is GenRad).
- The IP has no scratches in slow scan direction or has no dust.
- The photomultiplier floppy was properly installed after a PMT replacement.
- The backup floppy was properly installed after a software installation including
hard disk formatting.
(6) Redo the calibration.
(7) If the above actions do not show success and in case the Mammo exposure type
was selected:
- Look for the Mammography X-ray source with the smallest heel effect.
- Redo the calibration with this X-ray source and use the same bucky size
as for the first exposure.
(8) If the warning message still pops up, and still in case the Mammo exposure type
was selected, the following workaround is possible:
- Take a flatfield as evidence that the collimation area of the X-ray source does
not fit with the IP position in the bucky.
- Explain the problem to the customer and ask him to call the X-ray supplier for
a service intervention.
- Carry out a final calibration after the service intervention on the X-ray source.

NOTE:
In this workaround the left and the right 3 mm of the image are not shading
calibrated. It is the customers responsibility to use this workaround and to handle
the mismatch of cassette position and beam collimation.

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Verification of the Calibration


NOTE:
The calibration verification is always taking place after the shading calibration was
performed. There is no sense to perform the IP-center calibration verification before
the shading calibration procedure is done.
(1) Expose a cassette with a regular flatfield, to check the image quality of each used
application as described in the following table:

Application

Required Cassette

Procedure

GenRad fast

GenRad
35 x 43 cm

2.3.2.1

GenRad slow (1)

any GenRad cassette beside


35 x 43 cm and 35 x 35 cm

2.3.2.1

Mammography

largest format available

2.3.3.2 (2)

Extremity

Extremity
35 x 43 cm (3)

2.3.2.1

(1)

Only if digitizer is in slow mode.

(2)

If a Mammo X-ray modality is used, select 40 mAs instead 200 mAs for the Flatfield exposure.

(3)

You can also temporarily re-initialize a GenRad 35 x 43 cm cassette.

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(2) Identify the cassette as follows:


For GenRad application:
On CR QS Processing Station:
- Select Study type:
<System Diagnosis>.
- Select Substudy: <Flatfield>.
- Confirm Exposure class: <200>.

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On NX Processing Station:
- Select Exam Group:
<System Diagnosis>.
- Select Exposure Type: <FlatField>.
- Confirm Detector Sensitivity: <200>.

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For Mammo application:


On CR QS Processing Station:
- Select Study type:
<System Diagnosis>.
- Select Substudy:
<Flat field Mammo>.
- Confirm Exposure class: <50>.

figure 37

On NX Processing Station:
- Select Exam Group:
<System Diagnosis>.
- Select Exposure Type:
<FlatField Mammo>.
- Confirm Detector Sensitivity: <50>.

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(3) Insert the cassette into the Digitizer.


(4) Print the image with a window setting of 1.2 (level setting leaves unchanged).
(5) Check the image quality of the flatfield for absence of any stripes and large area
inhomogenities (shading calibration) and for absence of lateral borders (IP-center
calibration).
(6) Start the backup to save the new calibration parameters (see section 3).

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Backup
(1)

Update the backup storage media to save the new machine specific data
(calibration, PD-factor).

(2)

Enter the Service Menu.

(3)

Select <3 Save data>


<2 Machine specific data>.

(4)

Follow the on-line instructions.

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machine including an alphanumeric reference list

block diagrams and overall diagrams

circuit diagrams of printed circuit boards, if necessary

Document History
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Referenced Documents
Document

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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

IDENTIFICATION DIAGRAMS .................................................................................................5

OVERVIEW OF UNITS.............................................................................................................5

LIST OF COMPONENTS .........................................................................................................6

FRAME (ASSEMBLY NO. 100) ..............................................................................................12

3.1

Diagram...................................................................................................................................12

3.2

Table of Components..............................................................................................................13

POWER UNIT (ASSEMBLY NO. 200)....................................................................................14


4.1

Diagram A Part 1 .................................................................................................................14

4.2

Table of Components / Diagram A Part 1............................................................................15

4.3

Diagram A Part 2 .................................................................................................................16

4.4

Table of Components / Diagram A Part 2............................................................................17

4.5

Diagram B Part 1 .................................................................................................................18

4.6

Table of Components / Diagram B Part 1............................................................................19

4.7

Diagram B Part 2 .................................................................................................................20

4.8

Table of Components / Diagram B Part 2............................................................................21

CPCI RACK (ASSEMBLY NO. 300) .......................................................................................22


5.1

Diagram...................................................................................................................................22

5.2

Table of Components..............................................................................................................23

SCAN UNIT (ASSEMBLY NO. 400) .......................................................................................24


6.1

Diagram...................................................................................................................................24

6.2

Table of Components..............................................................................................................25

ERASURE UNIT (ASSEMBLY NO. 500)................................................................................26


7.1

Diagram...................................................................................................................................26

7.2

Table of Components..............................................................................................................27

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IP TRANSPORT UNIT (ASSEMBLY NO. 600).......................................................................28


8.1

Diagram...................................................................................................................................28

8.2

Table of Components..............................................................................................................29

CASSETTE UNIT (ASSEMBLY NO. 700) ..............................................................................30


9.1

Diagram A ...............................................................................................................................30

9.2

Table of Components / Diagram A..........................................................................................31

9.3

Diagram B ...............................................................................................................................32

9.4

Table of Components / Diagram B..........................................................................................33

9.5

Diagram C ...............................................................................................................................34

9.6

Table of Components / Diagram C .........................................................................................35

CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS .............................................................................................................35

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100

700
600
500
400

300

200

100 Frame
200 Power Unit
300

cPCI Rack

400 Scan Unit


500 Erasure Unit
600 IP Transport Unit
5156_reg04_001.cdr

700 Cassette Unit

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List of Components

Component

Designation

Function

Refer to

(also used by Diagnosis mode)


100

BU319

Socket for Service PC

figure 2

100

BU122

Socket for Transport unit power


supply

figure 2

100

BU353

Socket for Erasure unit fan

figure 2

100

GS112

LCD-TERMINAL-BD

LCD terminal board

figure 2

100

GS114

IOBUS-DISTRIB

I/O-bus distributor board

figure 2

100

GS116

EMERGENCY-NODE

Status and Emergency node

figure 2

100

GS118

LCD-DISPLAY

LCD display

figure 2

100

M101

POWER-UNIT-FAN

Power unit fan

figure 2

500

M501

ERASURE-UNIT-FAN

Erasure unit fan

figure 2

100

S101

INTERLOCK-RIGHT

Interlock switch right hand side

figure 2

100

ST22

Plug for Transport unit

figure 2

100

ST319

Adapter Ethernet

figure 2

200

BU1

Socket on GS210

figure 3

200

BU2

Socket on GS210

figure 3

200

BU3

Socket on GS210

figure 3

200

BU3

Socket on GS230

figure 3

200

BU4

Socket on GS210

figure 3

200

BU5

Socket on GS210

figure 3

200

BU5

Socket on GS230

figure 3

200

BU6

Socket on GS210

figure 3

200

BU8

Socket on GS230

figure 3

200

BU235

Socket Power unit fan

figure 3

200

BU283

Socket for Power integration


board

figure 3

200

BU289

Socket for Erasure unit

figure 3

200

BU306

Socket for cPCI Power board


(230 V)

figure 3

200

BU312

Socket for Erasure unit

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Reference and Circuit Diagrams

Designation

Function

Refer to

(also used by Diagnosis mode)


200

D9

LED indicator

figure 3

200

D10

LED indicator

figure 3

200

D11

LED indicator

figure 3

200

GS210

ERASURE-CTRL-BD

Erasure control board

figure 3

200

GS230

POWER-INTEGR-BD

Power integration board

figure 3

200

S201

MAINS-SWITCH

Mains switch with overload


protection

figure 3

200

S202

INTERLOCK-FRONT

Interlock switch front side

figure 3

200

S203

LINE-SELECTOR

Line selector

figure 3

200

SI201

POW-FUSE

Power Unit fuse T2.0A

figure 3

200

SI202

SM-TRANSF-FUSE

Stepper motor transformer fuse


T2.0A

figure 3

200

ST1

Plug on GS210

figure 4

200

ST1

Plug on GS230

figure 4

200

ST2

Plug on GS210

figure 4

200

ST2

Plug on GS230

figure 4

200

ST3

Plug on GS210

figure 4

200

ST4

Plug on GS210

figure 4

200

ST5

Plug on GS210

figure 4

200

ST7

Jumper on GS230
(CM+9 5156 6450 1)

figure 4

200

ST8

Jumper on GS230
(CM+9 5156 6450 1)

figure 4

200

ST309

Plug Interlock switch right hand


side

figure 4

200

ST310

Plug I/O-bus power unit

figure 4

200

ST337

Plug on BU289, connection to


erasure unit

figure 4

200

ST338

Plug on BU312, connection to


erasure unit

figure 4

200

BU1

Socket for Current sense board

figure 5

200

BU2

Socket for Current sense board

figure 5

200

BU311

Socket for Transformer

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Component

Reference and Circuit Diagrams

Designation

Function

Refer to

(also used by Diagnosis mode)


200

GS220

CURRENT-SENSE

Current sense board

figure 5

200

GS240

POWER-SUPPL

Power supply 24 V

figure 5

200

MC201

LINE-FILTER

Line filter

figure 5

200

PE1

Ground

figure 5

200

ST1

Plug Current sense board

figure 5

200

ST229

Mains plug

figure 5

200

TR206

Stepper motor transformer 30 V

figure 5

200

30V-TRANSFORMER
ERASURE-TRANSF-UNIT

figure 6

200

TR 201

Transformer erasure lamps 1, 6

figure 6

200

TR 202

Transformer erasure lamps 2, 7

figure 6

200

TR 203

Transformer erasure lamps 3, 8

figure 6

200

TR 204

Transformer erasure lamps 4, 9

figure 6

200

TR 205

Transformer erasure lamps 5, 10 figure 6

200

GS230

POWER-INTEGR-BD

SI 1

figure 6

200

SI 2

figure 6

200

SI 3

figure 6

200

SI 4

figure 6

200

SI 5

figure 6

Ground

figure 7

300

300PE1

300

M301

CPCI-RACK-FAN

cPCI-Rack: Fan motor

figure 7

300

GS300

BACKPLANE

cCPI-Rack: Backplane

figure 7

300

GS302

HARDDISK

cCPI-Rack: Harddisk drive

figure 7

300

GS304

FLOPPY

cCPI-Rack: Floppy drive

figure 7

300

GS306

CPCI-POWER-BD

cCPI-Rack: Power unit

figure 7

300

GS310

SCAN-CTRL-M-BD

Scan Master Board

figure 7

300

GS312

CPU-ARIEL-BD

CPU-Ariel Board

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Reference and Circuit Diagrams

Designation

Function

Refer to

(also used by Diagnosis mode)


400

M401

ROLLER-LIFT-MOT

Roller lift motor

figure 8

400

M402

SLOWSCAN-MOTOR

Slowscan drive motor

figure 8

400

GS410

SCAN-ROLLS-LIFT

Stepper motor board of roller lift


motor M401

figure 8

400

GS412

SLOWSCAN-BD

Stepper motor board of slow


scan motor M402

figure 8

400

GS420

OPTIKMODUL

Optic Module

figure 8

400

GS422

PM-TUBE 1

Photomultiplier module

figure 8

400

GS436

POLYGON_CTRL

Polygon control board

figure 8

400

GS440

PIN-DIODE-BD

Pin diode board

figure 8

400

GS442

IP-ALIGNMENT-LS

IP alignment light barrier sender

figure 8

400

GS444

IP- ALIGNMENT -LS

IP alignment light barrier receiver figure 8

400

GS446

IP-DET-LS

Scanner IP detection light barrier figure 8

400

GS448

ROLLER-LIFT-LS

Scan roller lift 0-position light


barrier

figure 8

400

ST14

Plug for scan roller lift motor

figure 8

400

ST351

Plug for I/O-bus scan

figure 8

500

BU358

Socket for Erasure unit

figure 9

500

ST349

Plug on BU358, connection to


power unit

figure 9

500

LA1 + LA6

ERASURE-LAMPS

Erasure lamps 1 and 6

figure 9

500

LA2 + LA7

ERASURE-LAMPS

Erasure lamps 2 and 7

figure 9

500

LA3 + LA8

ERASURE-LAMPS

Erasure lamps 3 and 8

figure 9

500

LA4 + LA9

ERASURE-LAMPS

Erasure lamps 4 and 9

figure 9

500

LA5+ LA10 ERASURE-LAMPS

Erasure lamps 5 and 10

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Reference and Circuit Diagrams

Designation

Function

Refer to

(also used by Diagnosis mode)


600

GS602

IP-TRANSPORT-BD

IP transport board

figure 10

600

GS604

IP-TRANSP-0-LS

IP transport 0-position light


barrier

figure 10

600

GS606

SOLENOID-VALVE

Solenoid valve

figure 10

600

GS608

VACUUM-PUMP

Vacuum pump

figure 10

600

M601

IP-TRANSPORT-MOT

IP transport motor

figure 10

600

ST123

Plug and socket for power supply figure 10


stepper motor

600

ST350

Plug and socket for solenoid


valve and vacuum pump

figure 10

700

GS716

CASS-OPEN-0-LS

Cassette opener
0-position light barrier

figure 11

700

GS720

CASS-SWITCH

Cassette detection switch

figure 11

700

GS722

CASS-CLAMP-0-LS

Cassette clamp
0-position light barrier

figure 11

700

GS726

CASS-POS-DET-LS

Cassette position detection light


barrier

figure 11

700

GS728

ALIGN-0-POS-LS

IP alignment 0-position light


barrier

figure 11

700

GS730

IP-POS-DET-LS

IP position detection light barrier

figure 11

700

GS732

CASS-IN-DET-LS

Cassette input detection light


barrier sender

figure 11

700

GS734

CASS-IN-DET-LS

Cassette input detection light


barrier receiver

figure 11

700

GS736

RF-TAG-READER

RF-tag serial reader

figure 11

700

GS738

RF-TAG-ANTENNA

RF-tag antenna

figure 11

700

M702

CASS-OPENER-MOT

Cassette opener motor

figure 11

700

GS714

CASS-BELT-0-LS

Cassette belt 0-position light


barrier

figure 12

700

GS718

CASS-LIFT-0-LS

Cassette lift 0-position light


barrier

figure 12

700

GS724

CASS-CLAMP-LS

Cassette clamp light barrier

figure 12

700

M701

CASS-ROLLER-MOT

Cassette roller motor

figure 12

700

M703

CASS-LIFT-MOT

Cassette lift motor

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Reference and Circuit Diagrams

Designation

Function

Refer to

(also used by Diagnosis mode)


700

M704

CASS-BELT-MOT

Cassette unit belt motor

figure 12

700

M705

CASS-CLAMP-MOT

Cassette clamping motor

figure 12

700

M706

IP-ALIGNMENT-MOT

IP alignment stepper motor

figure 12

700

BU170

Socket for 40 V cassette power


supply

figure 13

700

BU377

Socket for RF-tag serial reader

figure 13

700

GS710

Fivefold stepper motor board,


jumper JL1
jumper JL2

figure 13

IP alignment board

figure 13

5FOLD-STEP-BD
5FOLD-STEP-JL1
5FOLD-STEP-JL2

700

GS712

IP-ALIGNMENT-BD

700

ST5

Plug for I/O-bus cassette unit

figure 13

700

ST21

Plug and Socket for cassette


opener motor

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Frame (Assembly No. 100)

3.1

Diagram

BU353
M501

BU319
ST22

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Table of Components
Ass.

Abbreviation

Designation

Function

Circuit
diagram
page/
coord.
7 / B1

(also used by
Diagnosis mode)

100

BU319

Socket for Service PC

100

BU122

Socket for Transport unit 6 / A1-B1


power supply

100

BU353

Socket for Erasure unit


fan

5 / A4-B4

100

GS112

LCD-TERMINAL-BD

LCD terminal board

7 / D1-D2

100

GS114

IOBUS-DISTRIB

I/O-bus distributor board 7 / B2-B3

100

GS116

EMERGENCY-NODE Status and Emergency


node

7 / C3-D3

100

GS118

LCD-DISPLAY

LCD display

7 / E1-F2

100

M101

POWER-UNIT-FAN

Power unit fan

7 / B1

500

M501

ERASURE-UNITFAN

Erasure unit fan

5 / B4

100

S101

INTERLOCK-RIGHT

Interlock switch right


hand side

7 / B4

100

ST22

Plug for Transport unit

6 / A3

100

ST319

Adapter Ethernet

7 / A3-B3

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Power Unit (Assembly No. 200)

4.1

Diagram A Part 1
ST5
ST4

BU1
BU2
BU3
BU4
BU5
BU8

BU3

BU6

ST3
GS210

ST2
ST1

GS230
ST2
BU5
D9
D10
D11

ST1
ST7
ST8

S203

ST309
SI201
SI202
BU283
S201

ST310
S202
BU289

BU235
BU306

BU312

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Table of Components / Diagram A Part 1


Ass.

Abbreviation

Designation

Function

Circuit
diagram
page/
coord.

(also used by
Diagnosis mode)

200

BU1

Socket on GS210

4 / A2

200

BU2

Socket on GS210

4 / A2/3

200

BU3

Socket on GS210

4 / A3

200

BU3

Socket on GS230

4 / D2

200

BU4

Socket on GS210

4 / A4

200

BU5

Socket on GS210

4 / A4

200

BU5

Socket on GS230

4 / E2

200

BU6

Socket on GS210

4 / A1

200

BU8

Socket on GS230

4 / D2

200

BU235

Socket Power unit fan

4 / E1

200

BU283

Socket for Power


integration board

4 / E1

200

BU289

Socket for Erasure unit

4 / E3

200

BU306

Socket for cPCI Power


board (230 V)

4 / D1

200

BU312

Socket for Erasure unit

4 / E4

200

D9

LED indicator

4 / E2/3

200

D10

LED indicator

4 / E2

200

D11

LED indicator

4 / E2

200

GS210

ERASURE-CTRL-BD Erasure control board

200

GS230

POWER-INTEGR-BD Power integration board 4 / D2-E2

200

S201

MAINS-SWITCH

200

S202

INTERLOCK-FRONT Interlock switch front


side

4 / B1

200

S203

LINE-SELECTOR

Line selector

4 / A/B1

200

SI201

POW-FUSE

Power Unit fuse T2.0A

4 / D1

200

SI202

SM-TRANSF-FUSE

Stepper motor
transformer fuse T2.0A

4 / B19

Mains switch with


overload protection

4 / A1-A4
4 / C1

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Diagram A Part 2
ST5
ST4

BU1
BU2
BU3
BU4
BU5
BU8

BU3

BU6

ST3
GS210

ST2
ST1

GS230
ST2
BU5
D9
D10
D11

ST1
ST7
ST8

S203

ST309
SI201
SI202
BU283
S201

ST310
S202
BU289

BU235
BU306

BU312

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Table of Components / Diagram A Part 2


Ass.

Abbreviation

Designation

Function

Circuit
diagram
page/
coord.

(also used by
Diagnosis mode)

200

ST1

Plug on GS210

4 / A4

200

ST1

Plug on GS230

4 / E3

200

ST2

Plug on GS210

4 / A4

200

ST2

Plug on GS230

4 / E2/3

200

ST3

Plug on GS210

4 / A1

200

ST4

Plug on GS210

4 / A1

200

ST5

Plug on GS210

4 / A1

200

ST7

Jumper on GS230
(CM+9 5156 6450 1).

--

For settings, see


chapter 3.5.
200

ST8

Jumper on GS230
(CM+9 5156 6450 1).

--

For settings, see


chapter 3.5.
200

ST309

Plug Interlock switch


right hand side

4 / E3

200

ST310

Plug I/O-bus power unit

4 / E3

200

ST337

Plug on BU289,
connection to erasure
unit

4 / E3

200

ST338

Plug on BU312,
connection to erasure
unit

4 / E1

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Diagram B Part 1
MC201

GS230

SI1 - SI4
SI5

ST229

TR202
TR201

PE1
TR204
TR205

BU1

ST1
GS220

BU2
TR206
TR203
GS240
BU311

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Table of Components / Diagram B Part 1


Ass.

Abbreviation

Designation

Function

Diagram

(in Diagnosis mode)

page/coord.

200

BU1

Socket for Current


sense board GS220

4 / C3

200

BU2

Socket for Current


sense board GS220

4 / C3

200

BU311

Socket for Transformer 4 / C3

200

GS220

CURRENT-SENSE

Current sense board

4 / C3-C4

200

GS240

POWER-SUPPL

Power supply 24 V

4 / C1-C2

200

MC201

LINE-FILTER

Line filter

4 / D1

200

PE1

Ground

4 / E4

200

ST1

Plug Current sense


board GS220

4 / C4

200

ST229

Mains plug

4 / E1

200

TR206

Stepper motor
transformer 30 V

4 / B1-C1

30VTRANSFORMER

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Diagram B Part 2
MC201

GS230

SI1 - SI4
SI5

ST229

TR202
TR201

PE1
TR204
TR205

BU1

ST1
GS220

BU2
TR206
TR203
GS240
BU311

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Reference and Circuit Diagrams

Table of Components / Diagram B Part 2


Erasure Transformer Unit
Ass.

Abbreviation

200

Designation

Function

Diagram
page/coord.

ERASURETRANSF-UNIT

4 / B2-B4

200

TR 201

Transformer erasure
lamps 1, 6

4 / B2

200

TR 202

Transformer erasure
lamps 2, 7

4 / B2-B3

200

TR 203

Transformer erasure
lamps 3, 8

4 / B3

200

TR 204

Transformer erasure
lamps 4, 9

4 / B3-B4

200

TR 205

Transformer erasure
lamps 5, 10

4 / B4

GS230 Fuses
Ass.

Abbr.

Designation

Fuse

Quality

200

GS230

POWER-INTEGR-BD SI 1

T 2.5 A

200

SI 2

T 2.5 A

200

SI 3

T 2.5 A

200

SI 4

T 2.5 A

200

SI 5

T 6.25 A

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cPCI Rack (Assembly No. 300)

5.1

Diagram

M301

GS302
GS304
GS300
GS310
GS312

GS306

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Table of Components
Ass.

Abbreviation

Designation

Function

Circuit
diagram
page/
coord.

Ground

2 / B2

(also used by
Diagnosis mode)

300

300PE1

300

M301

CPCI-RACK-FAN

cPCI-Rack: Fan motor

2 / A/B1/2

300

GS300

BACKPLANE

cCPI-Rack: Backplane

2 / B/C1-4

300

GS302

HARDDISK

cCPI-Rack: Harddisk
drive

2 / A3-A4

300

GS304

FLOPPY

cCPI-Rack: Floppy drive

2 / A3

300

GS306

CPCI-POWER-BD

cCPI-Rack: Power unit

2 / C1

300

GS310

SCAN-CTRL-M-BD

Scan Master Board

2 / C2-C3

300

GS312

CPU-ARIEL-BD

CPU-Oberon Board

2 / C3-C4

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Scan Unit (Assembly No. 400)

6.1

Diagram

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Table of Components
Ass.

Abbreviation

Designation

Function

(also used by
Diagnosis mode)

Circuit
diagram
page/
coord.

400

M401

ROLLER-LIFT-MOT Roller lift motor

3/C4

400

M402

SLOWSCANMOTOR

3/E4

400

GS410

SCAN-ROLLS-LIFT Stepper motor board of


roller lift motor M401

3/C2D3

400

GS412

SLOWSCAN-BD

Stepper motor board of


slow scan motor M402

3/E2-F3

400

GS420

OPTIKMODUL

Optic Module

3/A4

400

GS422

PM-TUBE1

Photomultiplier module

3/A2

400

GS436

POLYGON_CTRL

Polygon control board

3/A3

400

GS440

PIN-DIODE-BD

Pin diode board

3/E1-F1

400

GS442

IP-ALIGNMENT-LS

IP alignment light barrier


sender

3/D1-E1

400

GS444

IP- ALIGNMENT LS

IP alignment light barrier


receiver

3/E1

400

GS446

IP-DET-LS

Scanner IP detection light 3/F1


barrier

400

GS448

ROLLER-LIFT-LS

Scan roller lift 0-position


light barrier

3/C1-D1

400

ST14

Plug for scan roller lift


motor

3 / C3/4

400

ST351

Plug for I/O-bus scan

3 / C2

Slowscan drive motor

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Erasure Unit (Assembly No. 500)

7.1

Diagram

BU358

LA1
LA2
LA3
LA4
LA5
LA6
LA7
LA8
LA9
LA10
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Table of Components
Ass.

Abbreviation

Designation

Function

Circuit
diagram
page/
coord.
5 / B2-B3

(also used by
Diagnosis mode)

500

BU358

Socket for Erasure unit

500

ST349

Plug on BU358,
5 / B2-B3
connection to power unit

500

LA1 +
LA6

ERASURE-LAMPS

Erasure lamps 1 and 6

5 / B2-F2

500

LA2 +
LA7

ERASURE-LAMPS

Erasure lamps 2 and 7

5 / B2-F2

500

LA3 +
LA8

ERASURE-LAMPS

Erasure lamps 3 and 8

5 / B2-F2

500

LA4 +
LA9

ERASURE-LAMPS

Erasure lamps 4 and 9

5 / B2-F2

500

LA5+
LA10

ERASURE-LAMPS

Erasure lamps 5 and 10 5 / B2-F2

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IP Transport Unit (Assembly No. 600)

8.1

Diagram

ST350
ST123

JL1
1

GS608
GS602

GS604
GS606

M 601
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Table of Components
Ass.

Abbreviation

Designation

Function

Circuit
diagram
page/
coord.

600

GS602

IP-TRANSPORT-BD

IP transport board

6 / B2-B3

600

GS604

IP-TRANSP-0-LS

IP transport 0-position
light barrier

6 / C2-D3

600

GS606

SOLENOID-VALVE

Solenoid valve

6 / E1-F1

600

GS608

VACUUM-PUMP

Vacuum pump

6 / E2-F2

600

M601

IP-TRANSPORTMOT

IP transport motor

6 / C/D3

600

ST123

Plug and socket for


power supply stepper
motor

6 / B2

600

ST350

Plug and socket for


solenoid valve and
vacuum pump

6 / C1

(also used by
Diagnosis mode)

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Cassette Unit (Assembly No. 700)

9.1

Diagram A

GS736

M702

GS738
GS728

GS716

GS726
GS720

GS730

GS732

GS734

GS722
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Table of Components / Diagram A


Ass.

Abbreviation

Designation

Function

Circuit
diagram
page/
coord.

700

GS716

CASS-OPEN-0-LS

Cassette opener
0-position light barrier

1 / C5-D6

700

GS720

CASS-SWITCH

Cassette detection
switch

1 / D5-D6

700

GS722

CASS-CLAMP-0-LS

Cassette clamp
0-position light barrier

1 / B5-B6

700

GS726

CASS-POS-DET-LS

Cassette position
detection light barrier

1 /E5-E6

700

GS728

ALIGN-0-POS-LS

IP alignment 0-position 1 / G5-G6


light barrier

700

GS730

IP-POS-DET-LS

IP position detection
light barrier

1 / G5-G6

700

GS732

CASS-IN-DET-LS

Cassette input
detection light barrier
sender

1 / F5-F6

700

GS734

CASS-IN-DET-LS

Cassette input
detection light barrier
receiver

1 / E5-F6

700

GS736

RF-TAG-READER

RF-tag serial reader

1 / G1-G2

700

GS738

RF-TAG-ANTENNA

RF-tag antenna

1 / H1

700

M702

CASS-OPENER-MOT

Cassette opener motor 1 / D1

(also used by
Diagnosis mode)

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Diagram B
GS714
GS718
GS724

M703

M705

M704

M701
M706
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Table of Components / Diagram B


Ass.

Abbreviation

Designation

Function

Circuit
diagram
page/
coord.

700

GS714

CASS-BELT-0-LS

Cassette belt 0position light barrier

1 / A5-A6

700

GS718

CASS-LIFT-0-LS

Cassette lift 0-position


light barrier

1 / A5-B6

700

GS724

CASS-CLAMP-LS

Cassette clamp light


barrier

1 / C5-C6

700

M701

CASS-ROLLER-MOT

Cassette roller motor

1 / E1

700

M703

CASS-LIFT-MOT

Cassette lift motor

1 / C1

700

M704

CASS-BELT-MOT

Cassette unit belt


motor

1 / B1

700

M705

CASS-CLAMP-MOT

Cassette clamping
motor

1 / A1

700

M706

IP-ALIGNMENT-MOT

IP alignment stepper
motor

1 / F1

(also used by
Diagnosis mode)

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9.5

Reference and Circuit Diagrams

Diagram C

GS712
BU377
ST21

JL1
1

ST5

BU170

JL2
8

5156_reg04_005.cdr

GS710
figure 13

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9.6

Table of Components / Diagram C


Ass.

Reference and Circuit Diagrams

Abbreviation

Designation

Function

Circuit
diagram
page/
coord.

(also used by
Diagnosis mode)

700

BU170

Socket for 40 V
cassette power supply

1 / G3

700

BU377

Socket for RF-tag


serial reader

1 / G2

700

GS710

1 / A3-F4

5FOLD-STEP-JL1
5FOLD-STEP-JL2

Fivefold stepper motor


board,
jumper JL1
jumper JL2

IP-ALIGNMENT-BD

IP alignment board

1 / F3-F4

5FOLD-STEP-BD

700

GS712

700

ST5

Plug for I/O-bus


cassette unit

1 / G4

700

ST21

Plug and Socket for


cassette opener motor

1 / D2

Circuit Diagrams
F1.5158.4003.0 (sheet 1-7)

(see the following pages)

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GS738-RFTAG-ANTENNA

GS736-RFTAG-READER
1
BU1
*6/6

ST1
#11/20

2/2

1/2

F8.5155.4502.X

2/2

ST377
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
700MA8

700MA2

F8.5156.4622.X

RF_READER

/PCI_RACK_300.2F

100MA
700MA3

1/5
2/5
3/5
4/5
5/5

*4/4

1/4
2/4
3/4
4/4

2/2

1/2

ST5

1
2
3
4

ST157

F8.5156.4506.X

-ST360

700C1

BU1

4
4/4

1/2

10000F/63V
+

*4/4

ST14

1
2
3
1/4
2/4
3/4

ST15

*4/4

ST18

1
2
3
4

L8.7674.8820.0

F8.5145.4574.X

F8.5145.4524.X

-BU371

BU377
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
2
3
4
B1

B3

B2

B4
A4

F8.5158.4690.X

1
2
3
4

A3

700MA6

700MA10

1/4
2/4
3/4
4/4

ST17

*4/4

ST24

1
2
3
4

ST23

1/4
2/4
3/4
4/4

4
4/4

*4/4

ST33

1
2
3
1/4
2/4
3/4

ST32

*4/4

700MA7

700MA12

700MA16
1
2
3
4

A1
A2

ST21

F8.5120.5165.X

F8.5120.5165.X

F8.5145.4574.X

700MA14

1
700MA11

ST34

YE

700MA9

700MA1
700MA15

1/4
2/4
3/4
4/4

RD

ST35

YE

GS736/ST1
1
2
3
4

F8.5145.4574.X

700MA13

OR

*2/2

BR

M
RD

YE

F8.5155.4508.X

-M706-IP-ALIGNMENT-MOT

OR

RD
GN

GN

OR

YE

GNWT
YEWT
YE

RD

BR

BK

M701-CASS-ROLLER-MOT

*6/6

5/20
6/20
7/20
8/20
9/20

OR

BR

BU1

*6

5
6
7
8
9

M702-CASS-OPENER-MOT

M703_CASS-LIFT-MOT

RD
RDWT
BKWT
BK

GNWT
YEWT
YE

BR

ST1
1/20
2/20
3/20
4/20

M704-CASS-BELT-MOT

M705-CASS-CLAMP-MOT

RD
RDWT
BKWT

F7.0486.1316.X

F7.0486.1351.X

#4/6

1
F8.5155.4502.X

ST170

BU170
1
2
3
4

ST4

40v_cass

1
2
3
4

F8.5155.4612.X

/POWER_UNIT_200.2
3

JL1

*2/2

5678

1/2

ST10
4A 2A
ST1

#4/6

ST421

GS712/BU1

*26/26

*26

F8.5155.4629.X

#26
*26

F8.5155.4504.X
#4/6

ST5

*26

*26 *26

BU349

#4/6

*4/4

GS712-IPALIGNMENT-BD
F8.9499.8140.X

#4/6

IO-BUS_CASS
/FRAME_100.2A

F8.5155.4636.X

#2

700MA5

JL2

SUBNODE1

*4/4

F8.9499.8120.X
JL1

12 34 5 67 8

SUBNODE2

#4/6

8 76 5 43 21

1234

GS710-5FOLDSTEP-BD

*2/2

#4/6

ST3

#4/6

#4/6

ST2

#4/6

*26/26

ST3

6/6

5/6

4/6

3/6

2/6

1/6

ST51

#4/6

ST19

#4/6

#4/6

ST8

#4/6

ST11

*26/26

#4/6

ST39

#4/6

ST40

#4/6

#4/6

ST2

#4/6

#4/6

ST38

*4

*4

#4/6
F8.9889.0615.X

#4/6

*26

GS710/BU3

*4
F8.9889.0570.X

F8.5156.4518.X

*4

*4

*4

F8.9889.0585.X

F8.9889.0585.X

F8.9889.0555.X

*4

*4
F8.9889.0560.X

F8.9889.0540.X

*4

F8.9889.0555.X

F8.5155.4504.X

F8.5155.4510.X

5
*4

ST1

#4/6

*4
#4/6

ST1

1
2
3
4
1/6
2/6
3/6
4/6

1/4
2/4
3/4
4/4

ST1

ST1

1
2
3
4

*4

ST1

#4/6

*3
*3/3

ST1

ST1

#4/6

*4

*4
#4/6

ST1

*4/4

ST1

#4/6

ST1

#4/6

ST1

*4

*4

*4

X
X
X
X

GS718-CASSLIFT-0-LS
F8.9499.6540.X

GS714-CASSBELT-0-LS

GS724-CASSCLAMP-LS
F8.9499.6540.X

GS716-CASSOPEN-0-LS
F8.9499.6540.X

GS720-CASSSWITCH
F8.5156.7000.X

GS734-CASSIN-DET-LS
F8.5100.7460.X

GS726-CASSPOS-DET-LS
F8.9499.6540.X

GS732-CASSIN-DET-LS
F8.9499.4630.X

VDE/UL/CSA
- Teil Aenderungen
nur mit
Zustimmung
von

GS730-IP-POSDET-LS
F8.9499.6770.X

GS728-ALIGN0-POS-LS
F8.9499.6540.X

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39324

4.09.06

Leith.

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0A

39251

14.07.06

Leith.

F1.5158.4003.0

Sheet 1

DATE

NAME

Replacement for

37889
A

DATE

IDX

Change-NR

NORM

of

7 SH

CPCI-RACK-FAN

3J4
#135/137

-M300

BU1
*3/3

3J1
#135/137
ST429

M
2

BU5
*3/3

1
BU875
1
2

ST427
1
2

1
2

BU1

BU6
#48/50

ST1
#48/50

1/2
2/2

1
GS306
F8.5146.1430.X

F8.5155.4670.X

CPCI-POWER-BD
MC301

BU883
L

L1

BU876
1

BU870
1

3A
250VAC

PE

/POWER_UNIT_200.1F

BU877
1

BU313
1

ST3
1/4
2/4
3/4

4/4

N1

POWER
300PE1

2J4
#135/137

BU4
1/17
2/17
8/17
9/17
10/17
15/17
3/17
4/17
7/17
11/17
12/17
14/17
5/17
6/17
13/17
16/17
17/17

GS310/ST4
1
bk
2
br
8
rd
9
or
10
ye
15
gn
3
bk
4
br
7
rd
11
or
12
ye
14
gn
5
bk
6
br
13
rd
16
17

BU6
#10/11

GS310/ST6
#10

BU2
#135/137

2J1
#135/137

BU1
#135/137

10/11

GS304

BU317
*34

BU3
#9/10

ST1
#34/36

SCAN-CTRL-M-BD

ST1
1/4
2/4

BU314
*34

BU315
1
2

BU5
#25/27
26/27
ST1
#25/27

/SCAN_OPTIK_UNIT_400.1B

POLYGON_CTRL

F7.0477.1084.X

GS310/BU2
#9

RF_READER

F8.5156.4622.X

/SCAN_OPTIK_UNIT_400.1B

/CASSETTE_UNIT_700.2I

10
GS310/ST3
#9
GS310/ST5
#25
26

F8.5156.4640.X

LCD

F8.5156.4570.X

IO_Bus_PCI

F8.5156.4646.X

LD-MODUL

F7.0477.1070.0

ethernet

F8.5156.4610.X

service

/FRAME_100.1A
/FRAME_100.2A

GS310/BU1
#25

26

F8.5146.1460.X

/SCAN_OPTIK_UNIT_400.1B

GS310
ST1
1/4
2/4
3/4
4/4

BU316
1
2
3
4

BU318

ST428

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4

ST2
#68/70

ST318
1
2
3
4

BU3
1/4
2/2
3/4
4/4

ST2
#68/70

1J4
#135/137

P4
#135/137

1J2
#135/137

P8
#135/137

1J1
#135/137

P10
#135/137

GS302

ST1
*8/8

BU1
*11/11

HARDDISK
F7.0486.1354.X

GS312/BU1
*8

GS312/ST1
*10

/FRAME_100.3A

/FRAME_100.1A

F8.5146.1440.X
F7.0486.1342.0
BACKPLANE
GS300

CPCI-RACK
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PM_1

L7.0460.9089.0

26/27

FLOPPY
L7.0486.1365.X

F8.5158.4636.X

L7.0460.9074.0

ST2
#9/11

ST2
#34/36

L7.0460.9089.0

USER

F8.5146.1500.X

CPU-OBERON-BD
GS312

F8.5156.1400.X

APPR.

NAME

20.04.06

Leith.

General Schematic
CR 35-X
Sheet name:

PCI_RACK_300

0B

39324

4.09.06

Leith.

0A

39251

14.07.06

Leith.

F1.5158.4003.0

DATE

NAME

Replacement for

37889
A

DATE

IDX

Change-NR

NORM

Project
5158
/ 100
Sheet 2
of

7 SH

ST1
#4/6

ST1
#4/6

ST1
#8/10

F8.5155.4432.X

*10

*4

GS440/BU1

*4

GS446/BU1

#8

GS444/BU1

ST3
#10/12

ST1
#4/6

BU1
#6/7

GS440/BU3

*4

GS448/BU1

SCAN-IP-DET-LS

F8.9889.0580.X

400MA2

ST2
#12/14

IR-Send
D7

GS440-PIN-DIODE-BD
f1-5155-4963-0a.dfs
GS440/BU2

*12

F8.5158.4636.X

*4

GS442/BU1
F8.9889.0520.X

GS446
F8.9499.4640.X

IP-Alignment-LS

ST1
#4/6
S5

GS448 ROLLER-LIFT-LS
F8.9499.6540.x

GS444
f1-5155-2233-0a.df

IP-Alignment-LS

F8.5155.4628.X

F8.5155.4638.X

L7.0460.9089.0

F8.5155.4434.X

St10

4A
7 8

ST8
#4/6

2A
JL1

1 2 3 4

GND
GND

ST2
#4/6

ST3
#4/6

St10

2A

JL1
1 2 3 4 5 6

5 6

ST11
#4/6

7 8

ST10
*3/3

ST10
*3/3
ST9
ST5
*4/4

ST7

1/4

2/4

3/4

4
3
2
1

GS412/BU7
4

ST5
4/4
GS412/BU5
4

GS410/BU7

F8.5145.4592.X

4/4

F8.9499.8140.X
GS412-SLOWSCAN-BD

4/4
3/4
2/4
1/4
ST7
4
3
2
1
1

400MA4

+
GND
GND

2/4
1/4

4A

3/4

ST1
*26/26

ST3
#4/6

4
5

F8.9499.8140.X
GS410-SCAN-ROLLS-LIFT

400MA7
GS436/BU1

ST11
#4/6

ST4
1/5
2/5
3/5
4/5
5/5

2
1

4
5

GS412/BU4
1
2

ST4
1/5
2/5
3/5
4/5
5/5

ST2
#4/6

ST8
#4/6

ST1
*26/26

F8.5156.4646.X

F7.0477.1084.X

1/17
2/17
8/17
9/17
10/17
15/17
3/17
4/17
7/17
11/17
12/17
14/17
5/17
6/17
13/17
16/17
17/17
ST1

L7.0460.9074.0

GS410/BU4
1
2

400MA3

*8

GS412/BU2
2

3
ST1
*8/8
S1

GS412/ST3

*4

GS412/BU1

400MA1

-GS422-PM-Module
F8.5148.2250.X

*4

GS410/ST3

*26

*26

GS410/BU2

*4

F8.5155.4436.X

GS410/BU1

1
2

ST351
*26

*4

BU351
*26

400MA2

GS422/BU1
1 bk
2 br
8 rd
9 or
10 ye
15 gn
3 bk
4 br
7 rd
11 or
12 ye
14 gn
5 bk
6 br
13 rd
16
17

E
GS442
f7-5155-2221-0.dfb

IO-BUS_SCAN

40V_SCAN

LD-MODUL

/FRAME_100.2A

/PCI_RACK_300.3F

/PCI_RACK_300.2F
POLYGON_CTRL

PM_1
1

/POWER_UNIT_200.2F

B
/PCI_RACK_300.2F

ST2
#25/27

F8.5145.4760.X

YE
1

400MA6

OR

26

F8.5145.4578.X

26/27

400MA5

Shielding

BL

RD

M401-ROLLER-LIFT-MOT

USER
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General Schematic
CR 35-X
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SCAN_OPTIK_UNIT_400

39324

4.09.06

Leith.

0A

39251

14.07.06

Leith.

F1.5158.4003.0

DATE

NAME

Replacement for

37889
C

DATE

0B

(IP-Clamp)
A

ORWT
BKWT
BK

M402-SLOWSCAN-MOTOR

YE WT
GS420 OPTIKMODUL
F8.5156.2700.X

GS420/BU2
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3
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BU421

YEWT
RDWT
RD

A4
A3
A2
A1
B4
B3
B2
B1

ST14

-GS436-Polygon-Driver-BD

IDX

Change-NR

NORM

Project
5158
/ 100
Sheet 3
of

7 SH

F8.5155.4130.X

1/5
2/5
3/5
4/5
5/5

1/3

-ST237
1

F8.5158.4142.X

-BU292

BU272

BU271

100VAC

BU333

1
1
BU332
F8.5155.4120.X

Si202

*3

200PE1

BU335

-XK13

14
0V
/15
TR206-30VTRANFORMER

GS240-24V-

0V

sw (bk)

15

13.0
VAC

BU311

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

sw (bk)

8
1
2
3

120.1VAC
(rd) rt
100VAC
(bk) sw
3.2AT

0V
bl

12.4
VAC

13
15

sw (bk)

ST310

sw (bk)

BU317
*20

BU342
*26

F8.5156.6480.X

TR205-ERASURE-TRANSF
230VAC
9
rt (rd)
br
8

120.1VAC
(rd) rt

100VAC
(bk) sw
3.2AT

F8.5155.4180.X

0V

12.4
VAC

1
2
3
4

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
SI1
SI4

rt (rd)
sw (bk)
sw

SI3

-BU341

11

GN

D9 RT

-ST352

1/4
2/4
3/4
4/4

1
2
3
4

40V_SCAN

2
/SCAN_OPTIK_UNIT_4

40v_cass
F8.5155.4612.X

/CASSETTE_UNIT_700.3I

ST2
D9 GE

-BU308

T2,5A

F8.5155.4190.X

F8.5155.4140.X

F8.5155.4632.X

ST310
2

BU314

-ST309 BU309

-BU2

4/12
3/12
12/12
6/12
2/12
11/12
9/12
1/12
7/12
10/12

4
3
12
6
2
11
9
1
7
10

IO-BUS_LE

F8.5155.4170.X

200MA5
Interlock
F8.5155.4642.X

/FRAME_100.4A
3

ST337

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

F8.5155.4170.X

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

F8.5156.4680.X

( Erasure_drilled )
Loesch_verdrillt
F8.5156.4680.X

BU312

ST338

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

F8.5156.4680.X

DATE

NAME

20.04.06

Leith.

/ERASURE_UNIT_500.3A

-BU318/AR

13

15

BU5

F8.5155.4170.X

4/12
3/12
12/12
6/12
2/12
11/12
9/12
1/12
7/12
10/12
GS220CURRENT-SENSE
F8.5155.6440.X

F8.5155.4638.X

*10

/FRAME_100.2A

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14.07.06

Leith.

F1.5158.4003.0

DATE

NAME

Replacement for

37889
C

General Schematic
CR 35-X

0B

bl
B

/FRAME_100.1A

ST235

D10 GE

D9

T2,5A

GS230-POWERINTEGR-BD
F8.5156.6450.X

ST291

BU1
4
3
12
6
2
11
9
1
7
10

rt (rd)

12.4
VAC

1/4
2/4
3/4
4/4

*20/20

ST2

*26/26

ST1

-ST230

( fan_LE )
Luefter-LE
F8.5155.4660.X

T2,5A

sw (bk) 15

17

BU5

D10

BU289

12.4
VAC

0V

13

sw (bk) 17
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11
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BU4

-ST231

F8.5155.6420.X

100VAC
(bk) sw

D10

T6,25A

F8.5156.6480.X

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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.

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:
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Document Type Order List in the GSO library.

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Document History
Edition,
Edition,
Revision
Revision
2.2
2.2

Release
Release
Date
Date
11-2008
11-2008

Changescompared
comparedtotoprevious
previousversion
version2.1
2.1
Changes
Device
Device
CR25.0
(up
SN
< 6000)
added.
CR25.0
(up
to to
SN
< 6000)
added.
Index
adaption
of
Spare
Parts
numbers
to current
Index adaptation of Spare Parts numbers
to
stock.
current stock.
Rack
added.
Revive
Revive
Rack
added.

Contact
Spare Parts ordering
Europe

orderprocessing-europe.matrium@eads.com

Overseas

orderprocessing-overseas.matrium@eads.com

Spare Parts returns


Worldwide

returns.matrium@eads.com

NOTE:
For Recycling Information please refer to:
http://intra.agfanet/cd/ep/ehs.nsf

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Contents

FRONTVERKLEIDUNG, OBEN
FRONT PANELING; TOP
REVETEMENT AVANT, EN HAUT
PAGES 08-09

KASSETENEINHEIT
CASETTE UNIT
UNITE DE CASSETTES
PAGES 12-21

TRANSPORTEINHEIT
TRANSPORT UNIT
UNITE DE TRANSPORT
PAGES 22-25

LOESCHEINHEIT
ERASURE MODULE
UNITE DEFFACEMENT
PAGES 26-27
VERKLEIDUNG
PANELING
REVETEMENT
PAGES 06-07

SCAN-EINHEIT
SCAN UNIT
UNITE SCANNER
PAGES 28-39

LEISTUNGSEINHEIT
POWER SUPPLY
BLOC DE PUISSANCE
PAGES 44-45

CPCI-RACK / REVIVE RACK


CPCI-RACK / REVIVE RACK
CPCI-RACK / REVIVE RACK
PAGES 40-43

ADC - KASSETTEN
ADC CASSETTES
CASSETTES ADC
PAGES 48-67
MODIFIKATIONSBAUGRUPPEN, ZUBEHR
MODIFICATION KITS, ACCESSORIES
KIT DE MODIFICATION, ACCESSOIRE
SEITEN / PAGES 46-47

GESTELL
FRAME
CHASSIS
PAGES 10-11

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How to navigate the spare parts list online with the


Acrobat Reader
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(2)

Open Bookmarks

(3)
(4)

See overview of the modules

(5)

Appropriate page opens

(6)

Click on green arrow to

Click on "CONTENTS"

Click on requested module

navigate back to the overview


of the modules

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02*

03*

05

06*
04*

07*
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Pos. Nr. Teile-Nr.


Item no. Part No.
Pos. no. Nr. de Ref.

Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9033175050

VERSCHLUZAPFEN
STUD
PIVOT DE VERROUILLAGE

CM+9515512704

SEITENWAND LINKS
SIDE WALL, LHS
PAROI LATERALE A GAUCHE

CM+9515512501

DECKEL
COVER
COUVERCLE

CM+9515812600

FRONTVERKLEIDUNG UNTEN
FRONT PANEL, BOTTOM
PANNEAU AVANT, EN BAS

CM+9515512631

CM+9515612100

FRONTVERKLEIDUNG OBEN
FRONT PANEL, TOP
PANNEAU AVANT, EN HAUT

CM+9515512403

SEITENWAND RECHTS
SIDE WALL, RHS
PAROI LATERALE A DROITE

FOLIENSCHARNIER
PLASTIC HINGE
CHARNIERE A MEMBRANE

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

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02*
D3188

05
04*

D3188

D3188

03

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Item no. Part No.
Pos. no. Nr. de Ref.

Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9515612100

FRONTVERKLEIDUNG OBEN
FRONT PANEL, TOP
PANNEAU AVANT, EN HAUT

CM+9515551500

KLAPPE MONTIERT
FLAP INSTALLED
VOLET INSTALLER

CM+9515551480

CM+9515551901

CM+9515512171

ZUGFEDER
TENSION SPRING
RESSORT DE TRACTION
*

VERRIEGELUNG MONTIERT
LOCK INSTALLED
VERROUILLAGE INSTALLER
SCHAUMSTOFFSTREIFEN
FOAM PLASTIC STRIPE
BANDES EN MOUSSE

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

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01
(GS 114)

11
03

02
04
(S101)

12

05
(M501)

11

D969

10
(GS 116)

D333

09

D2222

D21
D85
D372

08
(M 101)

07

06

D86
D2771
5158_CHAP05_03_M.cdr

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Pos. Nr. Teile-Nr.


Item no. Part No.
Pos. no. Nr. de Ref.

Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9949960202

GS 8FACH IO-VERTEILER (GS114)


GS 8-FOLD IO DISTRIBUTOR (GS114)
DISTRIBUTION OCTUPLE I / O (GS114)

CM+9515546280

KABEL FL/RD 26POL (GS114/BU2 - BU351)


CABLE, FLAT AND ROUND 26POLE (GS114/BU2 - BU351)
CABLE PLAT ET CYLINDRIQUE (GS114/BU2 - BU351)

CM+9047190280

ETHERNET ADAPTER
ETHERNET ADAPTER
ADAPTATER ETHERNET

CM+9042663040

TR, DECKELSCHALTER (S101)


CASSETTE UNIT SAFETY SWITCH (S101)
PORTE, INTERRUPTEUR DE COUVERCLE (S101)

CM+9514636200

LFTER 24V VERDRAHTET (M501)


FAN 24V (M501)
VENTILATEUR 24V (M501)

CM+9037095110

RAD 65X12,1 (1 STCK.)


WHEEL 65X12,1 (1 PIECE)
ROUE 65X12,1 (1 PICE)

CM+9037095090

LENKROLLEN (1 STCK.)
GUIDE ROLLER (1 PIECE)
ROUE GUIDE (1 PICE)

CM+9515546600

LFTER 24V LE VERDR (M101)


FAN 24V LE (M101)
VENTILATEUR 24V LE (M101)

CM+9515516200

DISPLAY
DISPLAY
AFFICHEUR

10

CM+9515548200

GS STATUS EMERGENCY NODE (GS116)


PCB STATUS EMERGENCY NODE (GS116)
CI ETAT NOEUD URGENCE (GS116)

11

CM+9047910140

ABSTANDSHALTER (10 STCK.)


SPACER (10 PIECES)
ECARTEUR (10 PICES)

12

CM+9515846001

KABELBAUM GESTELL CR35-X


CABLE HARNESS FRAME CR35-X
FAISCEAU DE CABLE CHASSIS CR35-X

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

FRAME
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08

01

09*

02

03
04

(GS714)

(M704)
05 (GS718)

07

06
(GS728)
05
12

11

10 (M701)

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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9515550800

WINKEL
BRACKET
EQUERRE

CM+9038960000

ZAHNRIEMEN, DIN7721-6T5X200
TOOTHED BELT, DIN7721-6T5X200
COURROIE CRANTEE, DIN7721-6T5X200

CM+9515552400

KASSETTENHEBER
CASSETTE LIFT
ELEVATEUR DE CASSETTE

CM+9515552311

LEISTE
BAR
REGLETTE

CM+9514590100

LICHTSCHRANKE 1 (GS718, GS728)


LIGHT BARRIER 1 (GS718, GS728)
BARRIERE LUMINEUSE 1 (GS718, GS728)

CM+9988905600

KABEL FL 4POL (GS710/ST2 - GS718/ST1)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS710/ST2 - GS718/ST1)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS710/ST2 - GS718/ST1)

CM+9037110110

KUGELBCHSE - 16X26X36
SPHERICAL LINER - 16X26X36
DOUILLE SPHERIQUE - 16X26X36

CM+9514551952

ZAHNRIEMEN 18,5T5/860
TOOTHED BELT 18,5T5/860
COURROIE CRANTEE, 18,5T5/860

CM+9515550900

10

CM+9514551351

RLLCHENMOTOR (M701)
ROLLER MOTOR (M701)
MOTEUR DES GALETS (M701)

11

CM+9514591000

RLLCHEN
ROLLER
ROULEAU

12

CM+9988905550

KABEL FL 4POL (GS712/ST2 - GS728/ST1)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS712/ST2 - GS728/ST1)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS712/ST2 - GS728/ST1)

RIEMENUMLENKUNG
CROSSOVER BELT
COUDAGE DE LA COURROIE

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05
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04

02

03
06

08
07
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Benennung
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Denomination

CM+9515690500

FFNER
OPENER
LOUP

CM+9515550424

FOLIENAUSRICHTUNG LINKS
FOIL ALIGNMENT, LHS
ALIGNEMENT A GAUCHE

CM+9515645181

KABEL FL CASSETTENANSCHL. 950MM (GS720/ST1 - GS710/ST8)


FLAT CABLE CASSETTE STOP 950MM (GS720/ST1 - GS710/ST8)
CABLE PLAT BUTEE CASSETTE 950MM (GS720/ST1 - GS710/ST8)

CM+9514659110

LICHTSCHRANKENFAHNE
LIGHT BARRIER LUG
CAVALIER DE PHOTO CELLULE

CM+9515670000

KASSETTENEINZUG ANSCHLAG LINKS (GS720)


CASSETTE FEED STOP, LHS (GS720)
INTRODUCTION DES CASSETTE A GAUCHE (GS720)

CM+9515550251

LICHTSCHRANKENHALTER
LIGHT SENSOR HOLDER
SUPPORT BARRIERE LUMINEUSE

CM+9515590100

LICHTSCHRANKE (GS730)
LIGHT BARRIER (GS730)
BARRIERE LUMINEUSE (GS730)

CM+9988906150

KABEL FL 4POL (GS712/ST3 - GS730/ST1)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS712/ST3 - GS730/ST1)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS712/ST3 - GS730/ST1)

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01

04
03

05
(M702)

(GS738)
14

06
08
(GS716)

07

10

02
09
13
11

12
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Benennung
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Denomination

CM+9515590301

ANTENNENMECHANIK
ANTENNA MECHANISM
MACANISM DE L'ANTENNE

CM+9515552700

READER MIT ANTENNE (GS736, GS738)


READER WITH ANTENNA (GS736, GS738)
SUPPORT AVEC ANTENNE (GS736, GS738)

CM+9515645061

KABEL 20AWG28 TAGREADER


CABLE, 20AWG28 TAGREADER
CABLE, 20AWG28 TAGREADER

CM+9515551200

MOTORWINKEL
MOTOR BRACKET
EQUERRE DU MOTEUR

CM+9514575501

SCHRITTMOTOR VOLLSTNDIG (M702)


STEPPER MOTOR COMPLETE (M702)
MOTEUR PAS A PAS COMPLET (M702)

CM+9038961230

ZAHNRIEMEN, DIN7721-6T5X245
TOOTHED BELT, DIN7721-6T5X245
COURROIE CRANTEE, DIN7721-6T5X245

CM+9038960010

ZAHNRIEMEN, DIN7721-6T5X185
TOOTHED BELT, DIN7721-6T5X185
COURROIE CRANTEE, DIN7721-6T5X185

CM+9514590100

LICHTSCHRANKE 1 (GS716)
LIGHT BARRIER 1 (GS716)
BARRIERE LUMINEUSE 1 (GS716)

CM+9988905850

KABEL FL 4POL
FLAT CABLE 4POL
CABLE PLAT 4POL

10

CM+9510055030

SCHENKELFEDER
LEG SPRING
RESSORT A BRANCHES

11

CM+9515555800

SCHWENKPLATTE
SWIVEL PLATE
PLAQUE PIVOTANTE

12

CM+9515590401

GS LICHTSCHRANKE HIGH-AKTIV (GS726)


LIGHT BARRIER BOARD HIGH-ACTIVE (GS726)
CI BARRIERE PHOTOELECTRIQUE ACTIF PLUS (GS726)

13

CM+9988905700

KABEL FL 4POL (GS710/ST19 - GS726/ST1)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS710/ST19 - GS726/ST1)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS710/ST19 - GS726/ST1)

14

CM+9515545080

KABEL 6POL (GS736/BU1 - GS738/BU1)


CABLE 6POL (GS736/BU1 - GS738/BU1)
CABLE 6POL (GS736/BU1 - GS738/BU1)

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01

(M705)

03

(GS724)
04

05
02

17
(M703)
15

14*

16

(GS734)

07

08

(GS722)

09
13

12
11
(M706)

06
(GS732)

10

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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9515650002

KASSETTENEINHEIT
CASSETTE UNIT
UNITE CASSETTES

CM+9515653700

UMLENKEINHEIT
GUIDE UNIT
UNIT DE RENVOI

CM+9033500860

ZUGFEDER
TENSION SPRING
RESSORT DE TRACTION

CM+9514590100

LICHTSCHRANKE 1 (GS724)
LIGHT BARRIER 1 (GS724)
BARRIERE LUMINEUSE 1 (GS724)

CM+9988905550

KABEL FL 4POL (GS710/ST39 - GS724/ST1)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS710/ST39 - GS724/ST1)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS710/ST39 - GS724/ST1)

CM+9515591201

LICHTSCHRANKENHALTER
LIGHT SENSOR HOLDER
SUPPORT BARRIERE LUMINEUS

CM+9514590200

LICHTSCHRANKE 2 (GS722)
LIGHT BARRIER 2 (GS722)
BARRIERE LUMINEUSE 2 (GS722)

CM+9988905850

KABEL FL 4POL (GS722/ST1 - GS710/ST40)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS722/ST1 - GS710/ST40)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS722/ST1 - GS710/ST40)

CM+9515545100

KABEL FL 6/4/4POL (GS732/GS734/ST1 - GS710/ST51)


FLAT CABLE 6/4/4PIN (GS732/GS734/ST1 - GS710/ST51)
CABLE PLAT 6/4/4POLAIRE (GS732/GS734/ST1 - GS710/ST51)

10

CM+9515690201

SPINDELANTRIEB MIT MOTOR


SPINDLE DRIVE WITH MOTOR
COMMANDE VIS SANS FIN AVEC MOTEUR

11

CM+9514575501

SCHRITTMOTOR VOLLSTNDIG (M706)


STEPPER MOTOR COMPLETE (M706)
MOTEUR PAS A PAS COMPLET (M706)

12

CM+9038965490

ZAHNRIEMEN, DIN7721-5T5X150
TOOTHED BELT, DIN7721-5T5X150
COURROIE CRANTEE, DIN7721-5T5X150

13

CM+9515650300

HALTERUNG SPINDEL
HOLDER
FIXATION

14

CM+9514551651

15

CM+9038961180

ZAHNRIEMEN, DIN7721-6T5X1075
TOOTHED BELT, DIN7721-6T5X1075
COURROIE CRANTEE, DIN7721-6T5X1075

16

CM+9514651450

MOTORWINKEL MONTIERT
MOTOR BRACKET ASSEMBLED
EQUERRE DU MOTEUR ASSEMBLE

17

CM+9514672200

SCHRITTMOTOR VOLLSTNDIG (M703)


STEPPER MOTOR ASSY (M703)
MOTEUR PAS A PAS COMPL. (M703)

ACHSE
SHAFT
AXE

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(GS710)

09

Spare Parts List

08

06

04

02

07

06

05

04

03

02

01
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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9949981406

GS IOB-SIN-STEP (GS712)
PCB IOB-SIN-STEP (GS712)
CI IOB-SIN-STEP (GS712)

CM+9515545042

KABEL BUS 26POL (GS710/ST3 - GS712/BU1)


BUS CABLE 26POL (GS710/ST3 - GS712/BU1)
CABLE BUS 26POL (GS710/ST3 - GS712/BU1)

CM+9988906150

KABEL FL 4POL (GS712/ST3 - GS730/ST1)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS712/ST3 - GS730/ST1)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS712/ST3 - GS730/ST1)

CM+9988905550

KABEL FL 4POL (GS712/ST2 - GS728/ST1)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS712/ST2 - GS728/ST1)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS712/ST2 - GS728/ST1)

CM+9988905700

KABEL FL 4POL (GS710/ST19 - GS726/ST1)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS710/ST19 - GS726/ST1)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS710/ST19 - GS726/ST1)

CM+9988905850

KABEL FL 4POL (GS722/ST1 - GS710/ST40)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS722/ST1 - GS710/ST40)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS722/ST1 - GS710/ST40)

CM+9515545100

KABEL FL 6/4/4POL (GS732/GS734/ST1 - GS710/ST51)


FLAT CABLE 6/4/4PIN (GS732/GS734/ST1 - GS710/ST51)
CABLE PLAT 6/4/4POLAIRE (GS732/GS734/ST1 - GS710/ST51)

CM+9988905600

KABEL FL 4POL (GS710/ST2 - GS718/ST1)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS710/ST2 - GS718/ST1)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS710/ST2 - GS718/ST1)

CM+9988905400

KABEL FL 4POL (GS714/ST1 - GS710/ST38)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS714/ST1 - GS710/ST38)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS714/ST1 - GS710/ST38)

10

CM+9949981300

GS IOB-SIN-5STEP - (GS710)
PCB IOB-SIN-5STEP
CI IOB-SIN-5STEP

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03

02

D631

14

04
(M 601)

05
06
D38

05

16

13
12

D40

11
(GS 602)

05

15

06
07

09
10
08

D631

12
17
(GS 604)
D4340

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Benennung
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Denomination

CM+9515560002

TRANSPORTEINHEIT
TRANSPORT UNIT
UNITE'DE TRANSPORT

CM+9515561155

LEITBLECH
GUIDE PLATE
TOLE DE GUIDAGE

CM+9515561101

LEITBLECH HINTEN
GUIDE PLATE, BACK
TOLE DE GUIDAGE ARRIERE

CM+9515560901

SCHRITTMOTOR (M601)
STEPPER MOTOR (M601)
MOTEUR PAS A PAS (M601)

CM+9037170040

ROHRSCHELLE
PIPE CLAMP
AGRAFE

CM+9515542120

KABEL 8POL (BU122 - ST123)


CABLE 8POL (BU122 - ST123)
CABLE 8POL (BU122 - ST123)

CM+9033175390

VERSCHLUZAPFEN
STUD
PIVOT DE VERROUILLAGE

CM+9036270020

SICHERUNGSRING
RETAINING RING
BAGUE DE SECURITE

CM+9037170070

ROHRSCHELLE
PIPE CLAMP
AGRAFE

10

CM+9515542141

KABEL 4POL (GS602/ST4 - ST123)


CABLE 4POL (GS602/ST4 - ST123)
CABLE 4POL (GS602/ST4 - ST123)

11

CM+9949981406

GS IOB-SIN-STEP (GS602)
PCB IOB-SIN-STEP (GS602)
CI IOB-SIN-STEP (GS602)

12

CM+9988905350

KABEL FL 4POL (GS602/ST2 - GS604/ST1)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS602/ST2 - GS604/ST1)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS602/ST2 - GS604/ST1)

13

CM+9047913100

ABSTANDSHALTER
SPACER
ECARTEUR

14

CM+9515542102

KABEL BUS FL 26AWG28 (GS602/ST1 - ST22(L))


FLAT CABLE 26AWG28 (GS602/ST1 - ST22(L))
CABLE PLAT 26AWG28 (GS602/ST1 - ST22(L))

15

CM+9515590700

ZAHNRIEMENRAD
TOOTHED BELT WHEEL
POULIE A COURROIE CRANTEE

16

CM+9038961030

ZAHNRIEMEN, DIN 7721-10T2,5X145


TOOTHED BELT, DIN 7721-10T2,5X145
COURROIE CRANTEE, DIN 7721-10T2,5X145

17

CM+9515590800

LICHTSCHRANKE (GS604)
LIGHT BARRIER (GS604)
BARRIERE LUMINEUSE (GS604)

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02

02

06
(L=90mm)

05

06
(L=27mm)
08
03
02

Detail X

06
(L=100mm)
06
(L=27mm)

06
(L=65mm)

07

04 ONLY FOR DEVICES WHICH ARE LOCATED


HIGHER THAN 2000M ABOVE SEE LEVEL
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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9515560002

TRANSPORTEINHEIT
TRANSPORT UNIT
UNITE'DE TRANSPORT

CM+9515592402

SAUGER KOMPLETT
SUCTION CUP COMPLETE
VENTOUSE COMPLET

CM+9515561304

PUMPENWINKEL
PUMP BRACKET
EQUERRE DE POMPE

CM+9515861301

PUMPENWINKEL (HI), VOLLSTNDIG


PUMP BRACKET (HI) COMPLETE
EQUERRE DE POMPE (HI) COMPLET

CM+9037170040

ROHRSCHELLE
PIPE CLAMP
AGRAFE

CM+0000064155

SILIKONSCHLAUCH (INNENDURCHMESSER 3MM)


SILICON TUBE (INNER DIAMETER 3MM)
TUYAU SLICONE (DIAMTRE INTRIEUR 3MM)

CM+9515561480

DSE
NOZZLE
BUSE

CM+9036260940

FILTER MIT MIKROSIEB


FILTER WITH MICRO INSERT
FILTRE A MICRO-ORIFICES

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D221

02
03

D353
D81

D2756

08

04

07

06
05

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Benennung
Description
Denomination
*

CM+9515635000

LSCHEINHEIT
ERASURE UNIT
UNITE D'EFFACEMENT

CM+9515635430

ARRETIERBLECH
RETAINING PLATE
PLAQUE DE RETENUE

CM+9515635600

HALTER, LAMPEN KOMPLETT


LAMP HOLDER COMPLETE
SUPPORT LAMPES COMPLET

CM+9514535440

KG2-FILTER
FILTER
FILTRE

CM+9515635851

FASSUNGSLEISTE VERKABELT
SOCKET BAR WITH CABLE
BARRETTE AVEC CABLE

CM+9045065740

FASSUNG 6,35 24V


SOCKET 6,35 24V
SOCLE 6,35 24V

CM+9045065530

HALOGENLAMPE, 12V 100W


HALOGEN LAMP, 12V 100W
LAMPE HALOGEN, 12V 100W

CM+9515535650

DISTANZLEISTE
SPACER RAIL
LITEAU DECARTEMENT

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03
02

04

05

06

CR35-X
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CR25.0
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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9515524451

BOWDENZUG
BOWDEN CABLE TRACTION
CABLE SOUS-GAINE

CM+9515627003

OPTIKBAUGRUPPE
LENS ASSEMBLY
ENSEMBLE OPTIQUE

CM+9515824251

BRSTENHALTEBLECH KOMPLETT
BRUSH STRIP COMPLETE
BAGUETTE A BROSSES COMPLET

CM+9515526502

ANDRUCKWELLE
PRESSURE SHAFT
ARBRE DE PRESSION

CM+9515821000

SCAN-EINHEIT VOLLST.
SCAN UNIT COMPLETE
UNITE SCANNER COMPLETE

CM+9514822806

LISA BG KOMPLETT
ACRYLIC LIGHT GUIDE ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLAGE CONDUIT DE LUMIRE

=Assembly
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02

01

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03

04

D707

05

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CM+9515621000

SCAN-EINHEIT VOLLST.
SCAN UNIT COMPLETE
UNITE SCANNER COMPLETE

CM+9515591402

IR 2-FACH LICHTSCHRANKENSATZ
IR 2-WAY LIGHT BARRIER SET
JEU PHOTOCELLULE DOUBLE IR

CM+9515691300

ABLAGEBLECH OHNE LICHTSCHRANKEN


TRAY WITHOUT LIGHT BARRIER
RECEPTACLE SANS PHOTOCELL

CM+9515526502

ANDRUCKWELLE
PRESSURE SHAFT
ARBRE DE PRESSION

CM+9515621060

FEDERBLECH
SPRING METAL SHEET
TOLE ELASTIQUE A RESSORT

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02

07

03
04 (M 401)
08
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02
05
06

CR35-X
Type 5158 / 100
CR25.0
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CM+9988905200

KABEL FL 4POL (GS440/BU1 - GS442/BU1)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS440/BU1 - GS442/BU1)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS440/BU1 - GS442/BU1)

CM+9514526680

BUCHSE
BUSHING
DOUILLE

CM+9515526701

ANTRIEBSWELLE
DRIVE SHAFT
ARBRE D'ENTRAINEMENT

CM+9515526801

ABHEBEMOTOR KOMPLETT (M401)


LIFT MOTOR COMPLETE (M401)
MOTEUR DE LEVAGE COMPLET (M401)

CM+9515526600

SCHNECKENLAGER VOLLSTNDIG
WORM SHAFT BEARING COMPLETE
PALIER CONIQUE COMPLET

CM+9961124560

ZAHNRIEMEN 6T2.5X177.5
TOOTHED BELT 6T2.5X177.5
COURROIE CRANTEE 6T2.5X177.5

CM+9515544362

KABEL BUS 26POL OPTIK (GS410/BU1 - GS412/BU1)


BUS CABLE 26POL OPTIC (GS410/BU1 - GS412/BU1)
CABLE BUS 26POL OPTIQUE (GS410/BU1 - GS412/BU1)

CM+9515521251

SM-KARTE (GS410, GS412)


STEPPER MOTOR CONTROL BOARD (GS410, GS412)
CARTE MOTEUR PAS A PAS (GS410, GS412)

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02
08
(GS 410)

03

09
08
(GS 412)

04
05
(M 401)

03
06

07

CR25.0
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CM+9514622504

PMT-MODUL (GS450)
PMT MODULE (GS450)
MODULE PMT (GS450)

CM+9514622550

PMT-MODUL - ANTI-REFLEX (GS450)


PMT MODULE - ANTI-REFLEX (GS450)
MODULE PMT - ANTI-REFLEX (GS450)

CM+9988905200

KABEL FL 4POL
FLAT CABLE 4POL
CABLE PLAT 4POL

CM+9514526680

BUCHSE
BUSHING
DOUILLE

CM+9515526701

ANTRIEBSWELLE
DRIVE SHAFT
ARBRE D'ENTRAINEMENT

CM+9515526801

ABHEBEMOTOR KOMPLETT (M401)


LIFT MOTOR COMPLETE (M401)
MOTEUR DE LEVAGE COMPLET (M401)

CM+9515526600

SCHNECKENLAGER VOLLSTNDIG
WORM SHAFT BEARING COMPLETE
PALIER CONIQUE COMPLET

CM+9961124560

ZAHNRIEMEN 6T2.5X177.5
TOOTHED BELT 6T2.5X177.5
COURROIE CRANTEE 6T2.5X177.5

CM+9515521251

SM-KARTE (GS410, GS412)


STEPPER MOTOR CONTROL BOARD (GS410, GS412)
CARTE MOTEUR PAS A PAS (GS410, GS412)

CM+9515544362

KABEL BUS 26POL OPTIK


BUS CABLE 26POL OPTIC
CABLE BUS 26POL OPTIQUE

10

CM+9515627002

OPTIKBAUGRUPPE
LENS ASSEMBLY
ENSEMBLE OPTIQUE

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05

01

07 08
(GS 448)

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02

03
(GS440)

04

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CM+9514526190

FHRUNG
GUIDE
GUIDE

CM+9515590902

PIN-DIODEN
PIN DIODES
PLOTS DIODES

CM+9515544341

KABEL FL 12/4/4/4POL (GS410/ST3 - GS412/ST3)


FLAT CABLE 12/4/4/4POL (GS410/ST3 - GS412/ST3)
CABLE PLAT 12/4/4/4POL (GS410/ST3 - GS412/ST3)

CM+9515544321

KABEL FL 10/8/4POL (GS440/BU3 - GS444/BU1 - GS446/BU1)


FLAT CABLE 10/8/4POL (GS440/BU3 - GS444/BU1 - GS446/BU1)
CABLE PLAT 10/8/4POL (GS440/BU3 - GS444/BU1 - GS446/BU1)

CM+9514525900

KUPPLUNG VOLLSTNDIG
CLUTCH COMPLETE
ACCOUPLEMENT COMPLET

CM+9514625100

SCHRITTMOTOR ST5709S2608-A (M402)


STEPPER MOTOR ST5709S2608-A (M402)
MOTEUR PAS A PAS ST5709S2608-A (M402)

CM+9949965402

GS LS-STATISCH (GS448)
LIGHT SENSOR BOARD-STATIC (GS448)
CARTE PHOTOCELLULE STATIQ (GS448)

CM+9988905800

KABEL FL 4POL (GS410/BU2 - GS448/BU1)


FLAT CABLE 4POL (GS410/BU2 - GS448/BU1)
CABLE PLAT 4POL (GS410/BU2 - GS448/BU1)

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08

11

04

(GS 446)

09 10
(GS 448)

07

01

06
(GS 440)

03*

05

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Benennung
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Denomination

CM+9047710270

KABEL MIT 2X4P MINI DIN


CABLE WITH 2X4P MINI DIN
CABLE AVEC 2X4P MINI DIN

CM+9514625100

SCHRITTMOTOR ST5709S2608-A (M402)


STEPPER MOTOR ST5709S2608-A (M402)
MOTEUR PAS A PAS ST5709S2608-A (M402)

CM+9515524181

CM+9515524451

BOWDENZUG
BOWDEN CABLE TRACTION
CABLE SOUS-GAINE

CM+9515544321

KABEL FL 10/8/4POL
FLAT CABLE 10/8/4POL
CABLE PLAT 10/8/4POL

CM+9515544341

KABEL FL 12/4/4/4POL
FLAT CABLE 12/4/4/4POL
CABLE PLAT 12/4/4/4POL

CM+9515590902

PIN-DIODEN
PIN DIODES
PLOTS DIODES

CM+9514525900

KUPPLUNG VOLLSTNDIG
CLUTCH COMPLETE
ACCOUPLEMENT COMPLET

CM+9949965402

GS LS-STATISCH (GS448)
LIGHT SENSOR BOARD-STATIC (GS448)
CARTE PHOTOCELLULE STATIQ (GS448)

10

CM+9988905800

KABEL FL 4POL
FLAT CABLE 4POL
CABLE PLAT 4POL

11

CM+9514526190

FHRUNG
GUIDE
GUIDE

LICHTLEITER L=850MM
FIBRE-OPTIC L=850MM
FIBRE OPTIQUE L=850MM

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02

03
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08
06
05
(GS302)
(GS304)
07

04
(GS300)
13
(GS312)

10

CR35-X
Type 5158/100 (up to SN < 4000)
CR25.0
Type 5156/100 (up to SN < 6000)
Type 5156/105 (up to SN < 6500)

09
(GS306)

12
(GS310)
11

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Denomination

CM+9515614001

CPCI-RACK, KOMPLETT
CPCI RACK, COMPLETE
RACK CPCI, COMPLET

CM+9515614054

CPCI-RACK BESTCKT
CPCI RACK ASSEMBLED
RACK CPCI QUIPE

CM+9514614250

LFTER VERDR. PCI-RACK 250MM (M300)


FAN WIRED, PCI-RACK 250MM (M300)
VENTILATEUR CABLE, PCI-RACK 250MM (M300)

CM+9048613420

CPCI BACKPLANE 3 SLOT (GS300)


CPCI BACKPLANE 3 SLOT (GS300)
CPCI BACKPLANE 3 SLOT (GS300)

CM+9514614401

EINSCHUB STORAGE KOMPLETT (GS302, GS304)


PLUG-IN MODULE STORAGE COMPLETE (GS302, GS304)
TIROIR STORAGE COMPLET (GS302, GS304)

CM+9048613650

DISKETTENLAUFWERK 3,5"
FLOPPY-DISK-DRIVE 3,5"
LECTEUR 3,5"

CM+9048613540

FESTPLATTE 9,1GB ATLAS V


HARDDISK 9,1GB ATLAS V
DISQUE DUR 9,1GB ATLAS V

CM+9048613570

SCSI ULTRA 3 TERMINATOR


SCSI ULTRA 3 TERMINATOR
SCSI ULTRA 3 TERMINATOR

CM+9514614303

PCI POWER SUPPLY KOMPLETT (GS306)


PCI POWER SUPPLY COMPLETE (GS306)
PCI BLOC SECTEUR COMPLET (GS306)

10

CM+9515516352

VME GLEITBAHN GENIETET


VME SLIDE TRACK
RAIL GLISSANT VME

11

CM+9515546700

KABEL NETZ-VME
POWER CABLE
CORDON DALIMENTATION

12

CM+9514614653

EINSCHUB IO-MASTER (GS310)


PLUG-IN MODULE IO-MASTER (GS310)
TIROIR IO-MASTER (GS310)

13

CM+9514615012

OBERON 3 PCB (GS312)


OBERON 3 PCB (GS312)
OBERON 3 PCB (GS312)

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02
07

03

06
05

04

CR35-X
Type 5158/100 (as of SN 4000)
CR25.0
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5158_chap05_19_M.CDR

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Denomination

CM+9515890100

REVIVE PCI-RACK CR35-X


REVIVE PCI-RACK CR35-X
REVIVE PCI-RACK CR35-X

CM+9514614250

LFTER VERDR. PCI-RACK 250MM


FAN WIRED, PCI-RACK 250MM
VENTILATEUR CABLE, PCI-RACK 250MM

CM+9514614303

PCI POWER SUPPLY KOMPLETT


PCI POWER SUPPLY COMPLETE
PCI BLOC SECTEUR COMPLET

CM+9514890200

REVIVE PCB
REVIVE PCB
REVIVE PCB

CM+9048614280

IDE HARD DISK


IDE HARD DISK
IDE HARD DISK

CM+9514814900

CABLE SET IDE HARD DISK


CABLE SET IDE HARD DISK
CABLE SET IDE HARD DISK

CM+9515888100

MEMORY STICK WITH SW C25_3007


MEMORY STICK WITH SW C25_3007
MEMORY STICK WITH SW C25_3007

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10
02
(GS210)

09
11
(GS220)

13
(SI1-SI4)
D2182
D5681

08
(SI201)
(SI202)

12
(TR206)
15

03
10

16
(GS230)

14
(SI5)

04
(S203)

17
D707
D707

07
D707

D707

D3227

06
(S201)

05
(S202)

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Denomination

CM+9515664001

LEISTUNGSEINHEIT
POWER UNIT
BLOC DE PUISSANCE

CM+9515591106

GS SWITCH-ERASURE UNIT (GS210)


PCB SWITCH-ERASURE UNIT (GS210)
CI COMMUTATION UNIT D'EFFACEMENT (GS210)

CM+9043660590

NETZFILTER 250V/16A
MAINS FILTER 250V/16A
FILTRE RSEAU 250V/16A

CM+9515541300

KB WAHLSCHALTER (S203)
SELECTOR SWITCH (S203)
SELECTEUR (ELECTRIQUE) (S203)

CM+9042663040

TR, DECKELSCHALTER (S202)


CASSETTE UNIT SAFETY SWITCH (S202)
PORTE, INTERRUPTEUR DE COUVERCLE (S202)

CM+9045231730

BERSTROMSCHUTZSCHALTER 14A (S201)


OVERCURRENT CIRCUIT BREAK 14A (S201)
DISJONCTEUR DE SURCHARGE 14A (S201)

CM+9515691000

NETZTEIL 90-264V/24V-1A
POWER SUPPLY, 90-264V/24V-1A
BLOC SECTEUR, 90-264V/24V-1A

CM+9045196090

SICHERUNG T 2A (SI201, SI202)


FUSE SLOW-BLOW T 2A (SI201, SI202)
INERTIE FUSIBLE T 2A (SI201, SI202)

CM+9515664800

TRAFOWINKEL
TRANSFORMER BRACKET
EQUERRE POUR TRANSFORMATEUR

10

CM+9515541800

KABEL FL 20POL (GS210/ST2 - GS220/ST1)


FLAT CABLE 20POL (GS210/ST2 - GS220/ST1)
CABLE PLAT 20POL (GS210/ST2 - GS220/ST1)

11

CM+9515564401

GS CURRENT-SENSE (GS220)
PCB CURRENT-SENSE (GS220)
CI CONTROLE COURANT (GS220)

12

CM+9515664050

TRANSFORMATOR XBF (TR206)


TRANSFORMER (TR206)
TRANSFORMATEUR (TR206)

13

CM+9045196040

SICHERUNG T 2,5A (SI1-SI4)


FUSE T 2,5A (SI1-SI4)
FUSIBLE T 2,5A (SI1-SI4)

14

CM+9045197050

SICHERUNG T 6,25A (SI5)


FUSE T 6,25A (SI5)
FUSIBLE T 6,25A (SI5)

15

CM+9047910160

ABSTANDSHALTER
SPACER
ECARTEUR

16

CM+9515664502

GS POWER INTEGRATION BOARD (GS230)


PCB POWER INTEGRATION BOARD (GS230)
CI CARTE INTEGRATION PUIS (GS230)

17

CM+9515541900

KABEL BUS 26POL (GS210/ST1 - ST310)


BUS CABLE 26POL (GS210/ST1 - ST310)
CABLE BUS 26POL (GS210/ST1 - ST310)

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D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
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04

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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9515592202

MODIFIKATIONSKIT ENTLADEBRSTE
MODIFICATIONS KIT DISCHARGE BRUSH
KIT DE MODIFICATIONS BROSSES DE DECHARGEMENT

CM+9515592300

MODIFIKATIONSKIT KASSETTENFFNER
MODIFICATIONS KIT CASSETTE OPENER
KIT DE MODIFICATIONS OUVREUSE DE CASSETTES

CM+9515510152

CU-FILTER VERPACKT
CU FILTER PACKED
FILTER CU EMBALLE

CM+9514810900

ALU FILTER VERPACKT


ALUMINIUN FILTER PACKED
ALUMINIUN FILTER PACKED

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02*

14

03*

15

04

10
12

05

11
13

07

06

08
04

08

09
06

07
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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9830461302

CHIPKARTENHALTER, KOMPL.
CHIP CARD HOLDER, COMPLETE
PORTE CARTE PUCE, COMPLET

CM+9830461600

DECKEL GESCHW.
COVER WELDED
COUVERCLE SOUDE

CM+9830460300

BODEN VOLLSTNDIG
BOTTOM ASSY
FOND COMPL.

CM+9830010032

REITER
SLIDE
CAVALIER

CM+9830030702

RIEGEL RECHTS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH RHS COMPLETE
VERROU A DROITE COMPLET

CM+9832520360

ZUGFEDER
TENSION SPRING
RESSORT DE TRACTION

CM+9830010340

UMLENKTEIL
GUIDE PART
PARITE DE RENVOI

CM+9830010351

KLINKE
PAWL
CLIQUET

CM+9830030802

RIEGEL LINKS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH LHS COMPLETE
VERROU A GAUCHE COMPLET

10

CM+9830010381

BLATTFEDER RECHTS
LEAF SPRING RHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A DROITE

11

CM+9830010391

BLATTFEDER LINKS
LEAF SPRING LHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A GAUCHE

12

CM+9830011310

ALULABEL (FILMERKENNUNG)
ALU LABLE (FILM DETECTION)
ETIQUETTE ALU (DETECTION DE FILM)

13

CM+9830010440

SCHRAUBE
SCREW
VIS

14

CM+9830010552

ABWEISER BESCHICHTET
DEFLECTOR
DEFLECTEUR

15

CM+9830430110

SCHARNIER
HINGE
CHARNIERE

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

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Description
Denomination

CM+9830461302

CHIPKARTENHALTER, KOMPL.
CHIP CARD HOLDER, COMPLETE
PORTE CARTE PUCE, COMPLET

CM+9830561600

DECKEL GESCHW.
COVER WELDED
COUVERCLE SOUDE

CM+9830560300

BODEN VOLLSTNDIG
BOTTOM ASSY
FOND COMPL.

CM+9830010032

REITER
SLIDE
CAVALIER

CM+9830030702

RIEGEL RECHTS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH RHS COMPLETE
VERROU A DROITE COMPLET

CM+9832520360

ZUGFEDER
TENSION SPRING
RESSORT DE TRACTION

CM+9830010340

UMLENKTEIL
GUIDE PART
PARITE DE RENVOI

CM+9830010351

KLINKE
PAWL
CLIQUET

CM+9830030802

RIEGEL LINKS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH LHS COMPLETE
VERROU A GAUCHE COMPLET

10

CM+9830010381

BLATTFEDER RECHTS
LEAF SPRING RHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A DROITE

11

CM+9830010391

BLATTFEDER LINKS
LEAF SPRING LHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A GAUCHE

12

CM+9830011310

ALULABEL (FILMERKENNUNG)
ALU LABLE (FILM DETECTION)
ETIQUETTE ALU (DETECTION DE FILM)

13

CM+9830010440

SCHRAUBE
SCREW
VIS

14

CM+9830010552

ABWEISER BESCHICHTET
DEFLECTOR
DEFLECTEUR

15

CM+9830430110

SCHARNIER
HINGE
CHARNIERE

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9830461302

CHIPKARTENHALTER, KOMPL.
CHIP CARD HOLDER, COMPLETE
PORTE CARTE PUCE, COMPLET

CM+9830761600

DECKEL GESCHW.
COVER WELDED
COUVERCLE SOUDE

CM+9830760300

BODEN VOLLSTNDIG
BOTTOM ASSY
FOND COMPL.

CM+9830010032

REITER
SLIDE
CAVALIER

CM+9830030702

RIEGEL RECHTS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH RHS COMPLETE
VERROU A DROITE COMPLET

CM+9832520360

ZUGFEDER
TENSION SPRING
RESSORT DE TRACTION

CM+9830010340

UMLENKTEIL
GUIDE PART
PARITE DE RENVOI

CM+9830010351

KLINKE
PAWL
CLIQUET

CM+9830030802

RIEGEL LINKS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH LHS COMPLETE
VERROU A GAUCHE COMPLET

10

CM+9830010381

BLATTFEDER RECHTS
LEAF SPRING RHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A DROITE

11

CM+9830010391

BLATTFEDER LINKS
LEAF SPRING LHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A GAUCHE

12

CM+9830011310

ALULABEL (FILMERKENNUNG)
ALU LABLE (FILM DETECTION)
ETIQUETTE ALU (DETECTION DE FILM)

13

CM+9830010440

SCHRAUBE
SCREW
VIS

14

CM+9830010552

ABWEISER BESCHICHTET
DEFLECTOR
DEFLECTEUR

15

CM+9830630110

SCHARNIER
HINGE
CHARNIERE

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9830461302

CHIPKARTENHALTER, KOMPL.
CHIP CARD HOLDER, COMPLETE
PORTE CARTE PUCE, COMPLET

CM+9830861600

DECKEL GESCHWEISST
COVER WELDED
COUVERCLE SOUDE

CM+9830860300

BODEN VOLLSTNDIG
BOTTOM ASSY
FOND COMPL.

CM+9830010032

REITER
SLIDE
CAVALIER

CM+9830030702

RIEGEL RECHTS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH RHS COMPLETE
VERROU A DROITE COMPLET

CM+9832520360

ZUGFEDER
TENSION SPRING
RESSORT DE TRACTION

CM+9830010340

UMLENKTEIL
GUIDE PART
PARITE DE RENVOI

CM+9830010351

KLINKE
PAWL
CLIQUET

CM+9830030802

RIEGEL LINKS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH LHS COMPLETE
VERROU A GAUCHE COMPLET

10

CM+9830010381

BLATTFEDER RECHTS
LEAF SPRING RHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A DROITE

11

CM+9830010391

BLATTFEDER LINKS
LEAF SPRING LHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A GAUCHE

12

CM+9830011310

ALULABEL (FILMERKENNUNG)
ALU LABLE (FILM DETECTION)
ETIQUETTE ALU (DETECTION DE FILM)

13

CM+9830010440

SCHRAUBE
SCREW
VIS

14

CM+9830010552

ABWEISER BESCHICHTET
DEFLECTOR
DEFLECTEUR

15

CM+9830830110

SCHARNIER
HINGE
CHARNIERE

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9830461302

CHIPKARTENHALTER, KOMPL.
CHIP CARD HOLDER, COMPLETE
PORTE CARTE PUCE, COMPLET

CM+9830961600

DECKEL GESCHWEISST
COVER WELDED
COUVERCLE SOUDE

CM+9830960300

BODEN VOLLSTNDIG
BOTTOM ASSY
FOND COMPL.

CM+9830010032

REITER
SLIDE
CAVALIER

CM+9830030702

RIEGEL RECHTS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH RHS COMPLETE
VERROU A DROITE COMPLET

CM+9832520360

ZUGFEDER
TENSION SPRING
RESSORT DE TRACTION

CM+9830010340

UMLENKTEIL
GUIDE PART
PARITE DE RENVOI

CM+9830010351

KLINKE
PAWL
CLIQUET

CM+9830030802

RIEGEL LINKS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH LHS COMPLETE
VERROU A GAUCHE COMPLET

10

CM+9830010381

BLATTFEDER RECHTS
LEAF SPRING RHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A DROITE

11

CM+9830010391

BLATTFEDER LINKS
LEAF SPRING LHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A GAUCHE

12

CM+9830011310

ALULABEL (FILMERKENNUNG)
ALU LABLE (FILM DETECTION)
ETIQUETTE ALU (DETECTION DE FILM)

13

CM+9830010440

SCHRAUBE
SCREW
VIS

14

CM+9830010552

ABWEISER BESCHICHTET
DEFLECTOR
DEFLECTEUR

15

CM+9830930110

SCHARNIER
HINGE
CHARNIERE

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

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Item no. Part No.
Pos. no. Nr. de Ref.

Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9831661302

CHIPKARTENHALTER ADC-C 15X30


CHIP CARD HOLDER
PORTE CARTE PUCE ADC-C

CM+9831661600

DECKEL GESCHWEISST
COVER WELDED
COUVERCLE SOUDE

CM+9831660300

BODEN VOLLSTNDIG
BOTTOM COMPLETE
FOND COMPLET

CM+9830010032

REITER
SLIDE
CAVALIER

CM+9830030702

RIEGEL RECHTS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH RHS COMPLETE
VERROU A DROITE COMPLET

CM+9832520360

ZUGFEDER
TENSION SPRING
RESSORT DE TRACTION

CM+9830010340

UMLENKTEIL
GUIDE PART
PARITE DE RENVOI

CM+9830010351

KLINKE
PAWL
CLIQUET

CM+9830030802

RIEGEL LINKS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH LHS COMPLETE
VERROU A GAUCHE COMPLET

10

CM+9830010381

BLATTFEDER RECHTS
LEAF SPRING RHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A DROITE

11

CM+9830010391

BLATTFEDER LINKS
LEAF SPRING LHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A GAUCHE

12

CM+9830011310

ALULABEL (FILMERKENNUNG)
ALU LABLE (FILM DETECTION)
ETIQUETTE ALU (DETECTION DE FILM)

13

CM+9830010440

SCHRAUBE
SCREW
VIS

14

CM+9830010552

ABWEISER BESCHICHTET
DEFLECTOR
DEFLECTEUR

15

CM+9830530110

SCHARNIER
HINGE
CHARNIERE

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9830461302

CHIPKARTENHALTER, KOMPL.
CHIP CARD HOLDER, COMPLETE
PORTE CARTE PUCE, COMPLET

CM+9832061600

DECKEL GESCHW.
COVER WELDED
COUVERCLE SOUDE

CM+9832060300

BODEN VOLLSTNDIG
BOTTOM ASSY
FOND COMPL.

CM+9830030702

RIEGEL RECHTS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH RHS COMPLETE
VERROU A DROITE COMPLET

CM+9832520360

ZUGFEDER
TENSION SPRING
RESSORT DE TRACTION

CM+9830010340

UMLENKTEIL
GUIDE PART
PARITE DE RENVOI

CM+9830010351

KLINKE
PAWL
CLIQUET

CM+9830030802

RIEGEL LINKS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH LHS COMPLETE
VERROU A GAUCHE COMPLET

CM+9830010381

BLATTFEDER RECHTS
LEAF SPRING RHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A DROITE

10

CM+9830010391

BLATTFEDER LINKS
LEAF SPRING LHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A GAUCHE

11

CM+9830011310

ALULABEL (FILMERKENNUNG)
ALU LABLE (FILM DETECTION)
ETIQUETTE ALU (DETECTION DE FILM)

12

CM+9830010440

SCHRAUBE
SCREW
VIS

13

CM+9830430110

SCHARNIER
HINGE
CHARNIERE

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

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Benennung
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Denomination

CM+9830461302

CHIPKARTENHALTER, KOMPL.
CHIP CARD HOLDER, COMPLETE
PORTE CARTE PUCE, COMPLET

CM+9832061600

DECKEL GESCHW.
COVER WELDED
COUVERCLE SOUDE

CM+9832080300

BODEN VOLLSTNDIG
BOTTOM ASSY
FOND COMPL.

CM+9830030702

RIEGEL RECHTS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH RHS COMPLETE
VERROU A DROITE COMPLET

CM+9832520360

ZUGFEDER
TENSION SPRING
RESSORT DE TRACTION

CM+9830010340

UMLENKTEIL
GUIDE PART
PARITE DE RENVOI

CM+9830010351

KLINKE
PAWL
CLIQUET

CM+9830030802

RIEGEL LINKS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH LHS COMPLETE
VERROU A GAUCHE COMPLET

CM+9830010381

BLATTFEDER RECHTS
LEAF SPRING RHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A DROITE

10

CM+9830010391

BLATTFEDER LINKS
LEAF SPRING LHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A GAUCHE

11

CM+9830011310

ALULABEL (FILMERKENNUNG)
ALU LABLE (FILM DETECTION)
ETIQUETTE ALU (DETECTION DE FILM)

12

CM+9830010440

SCHRAUBE
SCREW
VIS

13

CM+9830430110

SCHARNIER
HINGE
CHARNIERE

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9830461302

CHIPKARTENHALTER, KOMPL.
CHIP CARD HOLDER, COMPLETE
PORTE CARTE PUCE, COMPLET

CM+9832061600

DECKEL GESCHW.
COVER WELDED
COUVERCLE SOUDE

CM+9832080500

BODEN VOLLSTNDIG
BOTTOM ASSY
FOND COMPL.

CM+9830030702

RIEGEL RECHTS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH RHS COMPLETE
VERROU A DROITE COMPLET

CM+9832520360

ZUGFEDER
TENSION SPRING
RESSORT DE TRACTION

CM+9830010340

UMLENKTEIL
GUIDE PART
PARITE DE RENVOI

CM+9830010351

KLINKE
PAWL
CLIQUET

CM+9830030802

RIEGEL LINKS VOLLSTNDIG


LATCH LHS COMPLETE
VERROU A GAUCHE COMPLET

CM+9830010381

BLATTFEDER RECHTS
LEAF SPRING RHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A DROITE

10

CM+9830010391

BLATTFEDER LINKS
LEAF SPRING LHS
RESSORT A BRANCHES A GAUCHE

11

CM+9830011310

ALULABEL (FILMERKENNUNG)
ALU LABLE (FILM DETECTION)
ETIQUETTE ALU (DETECTION DE FILM)

12

CM+9830010440

SCHRAUBE
SCREW
VIS

13

CM+9830430110

SCHARNIER
HINGE
CHARNIERE

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9833010000

CR MAMMO CASSETTE 18X24


CR MAMMO CASSETTE 18X24
CR MAMMO CASSETTE 18X24

CM+9833110000

CR MAMMO CASSETTE 24X30


CR MAMMO CASSETTE 24X30
CR MAMMO CASSETTE 24X30

=Assembly
D =Standard part. For order please refer to the separate spare parts list for standard parts "DD+DIS011.93M"
* =No wearing part.

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Spare Parts Kit Categories


R

'Repair'

Parts required to repair a machine


Kit `R` should be part of the field service engineers` car stock.
Quantity covers requirements for ca. 10 machines.
Adapt quantity locally depending on:

'Installation'

number of machines
extension of the service area
local service structure (centralized / decentralized)
stockpiling

Parts required to install a machine


Kit `I`should be available as case stock.
Includes all parts to perform the installation (does not comprise parts
included in the shipment).
Quantity covers one single machine installation.

M 'Maintenance'

'Local stock'

Parts required to maintain a machine


Kit `M` should be available as case stock.
Includes all parts required to perform a maintenance according to the
maintenance checklist.
Quantity covers one single maintenance.
Extremely expensive or bulky parts
Kit `L` should be part of the local central warehouse.
Determine quantity depending on costs and on the installed base.

Spare Parts Kit Order numbers


Order number
CM+051560100731

Spare Part Kit


CR 25.0 Sortiment R

version

CM+051560100733

CR 25.0 Sortiment M

CM+051560100734

CR 25.0 Sortiment L

CM+051580100731

CR 35-X Sortiment R

CM+051580100733

CR 35-X Sortiment M

CM+051580100734

CR 35-X Sortiment L

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Spare Parts List

Type Overview
This spare parts list is valid for the following machine type(s):
Device Name

Type No.

Specification

CR 25.0

5156/0105

AS OF SN 6000

CR 35-X

5158/0100

ALL SERIAL NUMBERS

CR 25.0

5156/0100

UP TO SN < 6000

Accessory Overview
Following accesssories are separately available:
Order number

Accessory
MOBILE KIT

EBYO1

PROSAT WIPERS

ETRTM

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Content of Chapter 6: Accessories


This chapter contains the instructions for all accessories (options):
Document No.

Contents

Edition.
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1.0

DD+DIS025.05E

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Type 5158

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CR 25.0

F7.5155.9024.0
(only needed for production purpose)

Type 5156

ADC SOLO
Type 5155

Fitting Instructions for the Mobile Kit


CM+9 5155 9500 x
This fitting instruction is also enclosed to the accessory Mobile Kit.
This document describes the installation of the Mobile Kit, which is
necessary to fix the digitizer on deck when in mobile use.

Necessary time:
approx. 1 hour

Necessary tools:
5 mm Allen key
6 mm Allen key
7 mm socket wrench
10 mm wrench
13 mm wrench

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List of contents
1

General Information .....................................................................1

1.1

Introduction .......................................................................................... 1

1.2

Scope of Delivery ................................................................................. 1

1.3

Preparation ........................................................................................... 2

Installation Procedure..................................................................2

2.1

Adjust the Wall Mounting Bracket ...................................................... 2

Adjust the Ground Plate ..............................................................3

3.1

Fix the Ground Plate and the Wall Mounting Bracket ....................... 3

3.2

Fix the Mounting Bracket to the Digitizer........................................... 4

3.3

Fix the Digitizer to the wall .................................................................. 4

3.4

Security Fix of the Scan Unit............................................................... 5

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General Information

1.1

Introduction
Provided with a mobile kit the digitizer can be installed in a van, in a container
or in a vessel. This mobile installation kit is used to fix the machine on deck.
Mobile Kit:
Type Number: 5155 / 153
ABC Code: EBYO1
Spare Parts No.: CM+ 9.5155.9500.x

1.2

Scope of Delivery
1 safety bar with screw (1A)
length: 655 mm
1 safety bar with screw (1B)
length: 605 mm

CR
(A)

1 mounting block (2).

+
25
CR
)
(B

LO
SO

1 wall mounting bracket


with 2 quick action locks (3).
1 bolt with split pin (4).

35

C
AD

4
5

1 mounting bracket to be fixed


to the digitizer (6 screws) (5).
1 ground plate with mounting
bracket (6).
1 set of installation instructions.

5158_reg06_001.cdr

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1.3

Preparation
Examine thoroughly the path along which the digitizer has to be moved until
it reaches its final location, to guarantee sufficient space to pass all the
doors.
Make sure that the final location is solid enough to carry the digitizer.
Read carefully the Installation Planning Instructions, chapter 11.

Installation Procedure

2.1

Adjust the Wall Mounting Bracket


(1)

Remove the side panels of the


digitizer.

(2)

Loosen the paneling screws on


the rear of the digitizer.

CAUTION:
The scan unit may be damaged.
Take care that none of the elements
5155P2-A.CDR
fixing the paneling screw
figure
2
(1 small and 1 large washer,
1 retaining ring, 1 nut) can fall into the
digitizer.

(3)

Fix the mounting block to the


digitizer with a 5 mm Allen key.
Please use the two screw sets
supplied, consisting of 1 allen
screw, 1 washer, 1 retaining
ring and one nut each.

(4)

Fix the mounting block to the


wall mounting bracket with the
quick action locks.

figure 3

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Adjust the Ground Plate

3.1

(1)

Position the ground plate as


close as possible to the place
where the digitizer is expected
to remain located.

(2)

Move the digitizer onto the


ground plate.

(3)

Insert the bolt into the guide slot


of the mounting bracket
provided to fix the digitizer on
the ground plate.

(4)

Make sure that the mounting


block touches the wall mounting
bracket.

(5)

The mounting bracket of the


ground plate should be
approximately in the middle
position while the screws are
not fixed. Now the ground plate
is in the perfect position.

(6)

Mark the corners of the ground


plate with a pencil.

5155P1-C.CDR

figure 4

Fix the Ground Plate and the Wall Mounting Bracket


(1)

Remove the bolt from the guide slot and move the digitizer down
from the ground plate.

(2)

Select a minimum of 4 holes in the ground plate where you want to


fix it to the floor. You may be guided by the conditions of the floor
where the digitizer is being located.

(3)

Fix the ground plate to the floor.

(4)

Select a minimum of 4 holes in the wall mounting bracket. You


may be guided by the conditions of the wall where the digitizer is
being fixed.

(5)

Fix the wall mounting bracket to the wall.

(6)

Examine the solidness of the fixed wall mounting bracket and the
fixed ground plate.

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3.2

Fix the Mounting Bracket to the Digitizer


(1)

Lift the digitizer to an angle


which allows you to fix the
mounting bracket to the
digitizer. Use the 10 mm
wrench to fix the mounting
bracket tightly (6 screws).

5155P3-A.CDR

figure 5

3.3

Fix the Digitizer to the Wall


(1)

Move the digitizer onto the


ground plate again and insert
the mounting block into the wall
mounting bracket.

figure 6

(2)

Connect the mounting block to


the wall mounting bracket with
the quick action locks again.
Now screw the quick action
locks to the perfect length. The
perfect length is reached when
the lock snaps softly into the
locking position.

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(3)

Insert the bolt into the guide slot


and the mounting bracket of the
digitizer. This locks the digitizer
to the ground plate.

(4)

Attach the split pin to the


provided hole of the bolt.

(5)

Fix the 4 screws thoroughly to


connect the mounting bracket
firmly to the ground plate.

figure 8

3.4

Security Fix of the Scan Unit


If the digitizer is being used in a
mobile location, the scan unit has to
be fixed additionally.
(1) Insert the safety bar into the
provided guides (A) and fix it
with the 7 mm socket wrench
(B).

5158_reg06_002.cdr

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CR User Station
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4th Edition

This documentation is separately available. Order No: DD+DIS025.05E


This document contains the technical documentation for the CR User Station.
It describes the installation, function and troubleshooting of the CR User Station as well as the technical data.
The CR User Station is an accessory of the CR 25.0 and the CR 75.0 digitizers.
This document is part of the service documentation for the CR 25.0 (DD+DIS071.04E)
and for the CR 75.0 (DD+DIS002.04E).

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CAUTION:
This system uses mains voltage.
Please consider the respective safety regulations.
The adjustments and routines described in this document must only be performed by qualified
technical personnel.

NOTE:
Electrical repairs and connections must only be performed by a qualified electrician.
Mechanical repairs and connections must only be performed by a qualified technician.
CE Declaration:
According to the medical guidelines 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.

We reserve the right to technical changes

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List of Contents
1

Introduction ..................................................................................1

Safety Instructions .......................................................................3

2.1

General Safety Instructions ........................................................................... 3

2.2

Safety Precautions for the Monitor ............................................................... 4

2.3

Safety Instructions for Cleaning the CR User Station ................................. 4

2.4

Relevant Warning Label ................................................................................. 5

2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2

Safety Compliance.......................................................................................... 6
CR User Station ................................................................................................ 6
ID Tablet ........................................................................................................... 6

Installation Instructions...............................................................7

3.1

Mounting to the Base Plate............................................................................ 7

3.2

Removing the ID Tablet from the CR User Station ...................................... 8

3.3

Installing Hub and Uninteruptible Power Supply (UPS) .............................. 8

3.4

Installing Monitor, Keyboard and Mouse...................................................... 9

3.5

Re-Installing the ID Tablet............................................................................ 11

3.6

Selecting Power settings ............................................................................. 12

3.7

Connections and Grids ................................................................................ 14

3.8

Docking the CRUS to a CR 25.0 Digitizer ................................................... 15

3.9

Exchanging the Monitor Rack ..................................................................... 17

3.10

Adjusting the Monitor................................................................................... 21

Functional Description ..............................................................22

4.1

Components of the CR User Station ........................................................... 22

4.2

Standard Workflow with the CR User Station ............................................ 23

4.3

Direct ID Workflow with the CR User Station ............................................. 24

Troubleshooting .........................................................................24

Spare Parts List ..........................................................................25

Maintenance................................................................................25

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Installation Planning.................................................................. 26

8.1

Continuous Operation...................................................................................26

8.2
8.2.1
8.2.2
8.2.3
8.3

Dimensions ....................................................................................................26
CR User Station as stand-alone Device ..........................................................26
CR User Station with CR 25.0 .........................................................................27
CR User Station with CR 75.0 .........................................................................28
Technical Data ...............................................................................................29

8.4
8.4.1
8.4.2
8.4.3
8.4.4

Connections...................................................................................................30
Mains Fuse Protection.....................................................................................30
Operating Voltage ...........................................................................................30
ID Tablet..........................................................................................................31
Connection Cables ..........................................................................................31

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Introduction
The CR User Station (CRUS) is a new operating console that facilitates the
work of the radiographer. It is suitable for all CR environments: centralized,
decentralized or personal CR solutions.
It has been designed for the use with the digitizers CR 25.0 and CR 75.0.
Its modular ergonomic design offers space for:
a PC which handles, processes and dispatches images,
an LCD monitor,
mouse and keyboard,
a network switch or hub,
an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), and
cassette storage.

The CRUS can be installed as a stand-alone configuration, working together


with a CR 25.0 or CR 75.0 digitizer.

figure 1

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For an optimal workflow the CRUS can also be docked directly to the CR 25.0.
The CRUS can not be docked directly to the CR 75.0.

figure 2
This documentation includes the safety instructions, the instructions for the
mechanical installation, and technical data of the CRUS.
As the CRUS is maintenance-free, there are no maintenance instructions or
checklists available.

NOTE:
For all information concerning the digitizers the CRUS can be attached to,
please refer to the relevant service documentation:
CR 25.0:

Order number DD+DIS071.04E or


in MedNet: GSO Library / Computed Radiography /
CR Digitizers / CR 25.0

CR 75.0:

Order number DD+DIS002.04E or


in MedNet: GSO Library / Computed Radiography /
CR Digitizers / CR 75.0

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Safety Instructions

2.1

General Safety Instructions

The CRUS complies with the EN 60950 standard for


Information Technology. This means that, although it is absolutely safe,
patients may not come in direct contact with the equipment. Therefore,
the operator console must be placed outside a radius of 1.5 m around
the patient.

Perform no other operations on the CRUS than those described in this


document.

Pay attention when working near the pedestal: the foot projects slightly
and could be tripped on. When rolling the pedestal away from its
position, take care not to pull or put any strain on power or network
leads.

When moving the CRUS, take care that it remains stable at all times. In
particular, the following considerations should be kept in mind:
the nature of the floor and any floor-coverings, carpets, etc.;
any obstructions such as cables;
any slopes to be negotiated.

To avoid collisions and instability the monitor must be turned over the
ID Tablet when moving longer distances, as shown below:

figure 3

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Make sure that the two safety caps are mounted on top of the right side
rollers in case of stand-alone CRUS (this means that the CRUS is not
connected to a CR 25.0 Digitizer), as shown below:

figure 4

2.2

2.3

Safety Precautions for the Monitor

The monitor must be fixed on the monitor arm with screws.

If the monitor arm is re-positioned in a different height, the lock must be


closed.

Safety Instructions for Cleaning the CR User Station

Pull the power plug out of the CRUS prior to cleaning the
equipment and switch off the UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) if
installed.

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Relevant Warning Label

Pay attention to the warning label at the rear side of the CRUS:
Check power selection before connecting to mains

figure 5

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2.5

Safety Compliance

2.5.1

CR User Station

the general safety regulations EN 60950, EN 60601-1-2, and UL 60950,

CSA C22.2 No. 60950,

the radio interference regulations EN 55022:1997, Class B and FCC 47,


Part 15, Subchapter B, Class A.

The safety compliance is only guaranteed by using equipment supplied by


Agfa (refer to Technical specifications on page 21 of the User Manual 2313).
Using other equipment will void the safety compliance.
In combination with a digitizer the isolating transformer assures that the
digitizer still complies with EN 60601-1-1 medical, electrical systems.

The CR User Station bears the CE mark and fully complies with the
CE Directive 89/336/EEC and with the federal code of the United States,
bearing on:

Emission and immunity according to EN 60601-1-2, for emissions the


equipment complies with EN 55011 class A (CISPR 11).
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may
cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take
adequate measures.

2.5.2

Emissions according to 47 CFR part 15 subpart B, Class A.


This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.

Radio-parameters of the ID Tablet according to ETS 300330.

ID Tablet

UL 60950, Third Edition,

CAN/CSA 22.2 No. 60950, Third Edition (cUL),

EN 60950 1:2001

TV certified.

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Installation Instructions

3.1

Mounting to the Base Plate


NOTE:
The actions described in this section apply only, if the CRUS is installed as
stand-alone device.
Skip this section if you want to dock it to a CR 25.0 digitizer.

(1)

Put base plate on the ground at


the final position of the CRUS.

(2)

Move the unequipped CRUS


onto it.

figure 6
(3)

Screw four Phillips screws


slightly to the thread nuts of the
base plate.
Attend that the base plate does
not bend up by tightening the
screws.

figure 7
(4)

Mount safety caps on top of the


right side rollers.

figure 8
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3.2

Removing the ID Tablet from the CR User Station


(1)

Loosen the Phillips screw


(see circle).

(2)

Pull the ID Tablet to the front


and lift it off carefully
(see arrow).

(3)

Unplug the power supply and


the connection to the control
PC.
figure 9

3.3

Installing Hub and Uninteruptible Power Supply (UPS)


(1)

Unscrew the two grids at the


rear side of the CRUS.

(2)

Insert the hub (A) from above


between the brackets at the
rear wall.

A
B
C

(3)

Pass the mains cable of the


hub through the cut of the front
bracket (B), plug it in the hub
and fix the bracket with
two screws (5.5 mm, C).

(4)

Insert the UPS

(5)

Plug in the power cable of the


UPS to the isolating
transformer.

(6)

Connect the power cables of


control PC, ID tablet and
monitor to the UPS.

(7)

Push the feet of the UPS in the


four borings at the bottom
(arrows; the fourth boring is
hidden by the UPS).

figure 10

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(8)

Apply foam to the bracket


(figure 12) and fix it with
four screws to the furniture
(figure 13).

figure 12

figure 13
Result

3.4

Hub and UPS are installed in the CRUS.

Installing Monitor, Keyboard and Mouse


(1)

Insert the monitor arm (A) in the


socket (B) and fix it with the
Allen screw (C, 5 mm) at the
desired height.

figure 14

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NOTE:
By default, a rack for the Barco monitor is installed.
If you have a Barco monitor, go directly to step (2).
If you have another monitor, exchange the rack before proceeding with
step (2). The exchange of the rack for the NEC monitor is described in
section 3.9.

(2)

Unpack the monitor and fix it to


the monitor rack with screws
(see arrows).

NOTE:
figure 15 is an example.
Installations of other monitors, e.g.
with adapter plates, may look
different.
figure 15
(3)

Adjust the monitor according to


section 3.10.

(4)

Put keyboard and mouse into


their predefined position.

figure 16

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3.5

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(5)

Unscrew the cable duct at the


monitor arm
(two Phillips screws).

(6)

Pass the cable in the duct and


close it.

(7)

Place the monitor adapter


beside the UPS and connect it
to the monitor and the power
supply.

(8)

Install other cables as usual


with PC installations. Pass the
cables accurately in the
provided cable ducts.

figure 17

Monitor, Keyboard and Mouse are installed in the CRUS.

Re-Installing the ID Tablet


(1)

Reconnect the ID tablet:


Connect the power supply (B)
and the connection to the
control PC.

NOTE:
With workstation software
ADC QS 2.1 use the
serial RS232 connection (A).
With CR QS 3.0 or higher use the
USB connection (C).
(2)

B
C

Put the ID tablet back to its


place and fix the Phillips screw
(see figure 9, circle).

figure 18

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(3)

Fix the two cassette brackets


beneath the ID tablet.

figure 19

3.6

Selecting Power settings


You find the possible
primary voltages with the
corresponding currents for the
fuses at the rear side of the
CRUS:
100 V:
120 V
230 V
240 V

6.3 AT
5.0 AT
2.5 AT
2.5 AT

figure 20

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(1)

Take out the plastic bushing


above the power socket.

figure 21
(2)

Check that both fuses have


current values which fit the
local mains voltage.
If fuses must be changed,
take the appropriate fuses
from the accessory pack.

figure 22
Take out the adjustment
element and insert it with the
country-specific voltage at
the left side (230 V in the
example).
20

100

2 01

(3)

240

figure 23

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(4)

Check that the correct


mains voltage is visible in
the small window of the
plastic bushing
(230 V in the example).
figure 24

(5)
Result

3.7

Put the plastic bushing back.

The power settings are adjusted.

Connections and Grids


(1)

Connect the network cable of the digitizer to the hub of the CRUS.

(2)

Connect the CRUS to the hospital network.

(3)

Reinstall both rear grids.

NOTE:
If you want to dock the CRUS to a CR 25.0 digitizer, continue with
section 3.8.

Result

The installation of the CRUS as a stand-alone device is finished. Connect it


to the mains.

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Docking the CRUS to a CR 25.0 Digitizer


(1)

Fix the sticky tape to the side


panel facing the digitizer
(arrows).

figure 25
(2)

Move the CRUS to its final


position next to the digitizer.

figure 26

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(3)

Position the attaching plate in


such a way, that the axis of the
wheel of the digitizer is caught.

figure 27
(4)

Swivel attaching plate by 90


and fasten two Phillips screws
at the CRUS side panel.
This connection prevents the
CRUS from unintended moving.

figure 28
(5)

Turn the wheels of the CRUS


inwards and lock the brakes.

figure 29

Result

(6)

Place the side cover such that


the cutout (see arrow) is on the
upper side.

(7)

Mount the side cover with two


screws (7 mm, circles).

(8)

Connect the CRUS to the


mains.

figure 30

The CRUS is installed and docked to the CR 25.0.


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Exchanging the Monitor Rack


By default, the CRUS is equipped
with the monitor rack for the
Barco monitor (see figure 31).
If you have a NEC monitor, you
will have to exchange the
monitor rack. For this, follow the
instructions in this section.

figure 31
(1)

Unscrew the lever


(Allen key, size 4) and
remove it.

figure 32
(2)

Unscrew the quick opening


device with your hand.

figure 33

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NOTE:
The monitor rack, the bearing and
the washers can easily fall down!
Be careful when removing the
axis.

(3)

Push the axis out of its


bearing.
figure 34

(4)

Remove monitor rack,


bearing and two washers
from the retainer.

figure 35

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NOTE:
If the monitor rack is not fixed
properly, it may tilt unwanted.
Check that the hole of the retainer
(see circle) and the form of the
axis fit smoothly together.
figure 37
figure 36
(5)

Align the bearing with the


NEC monitor rack.

figure 38
(6)

Fix the monitor rack with the


axis on the retainer.
The arrows indicate the
places for the washers.

figure 39

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(7)

Screw the quick opening


device into the lever.

figure 40
(8)

Screw the quick opening


device with the lever back
onto the end of the axis.

figure 41
Result

The monitor rack is exchanged.

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Adjusting the Monitor


Adjust the inclination of the monitor by using the lever at the rear side:

NOTE:
The lever is a quick-fix system: Its fixed or loose position can be changed
when it is pulled (lever free, see figure 42).
There is no need to open the Allen screw at the axis for the adjustment of the
monitor.

(1)

Support the monitor by


holding it at the bottom side.

(2)

Loosen lever by turning


counter-clockwise.

(3)

Adjust the inclination.

(4)

Fix the lever by turning


clockwise.

lever
free

lever
locked

loose
fixed

figure 42

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Functional Description

4.1

Components of the CR User Station

monitor *
keyboard *

mouse
support

top storage rack

ID tablet
side storage racks

case

figure 43: The * indicates devices which are not included in the CRUS delivery

Components

Additional devices

The CRUS consists of the following components:

an operator console which provides place for keyboard and mouse,

a monitor arm,

an integrated ID tablet,

a top storage rack for up to six cassettes,

two side storage racks for up to five cassettes each,

an isolating transformer (inside the case), and

a case which contains the ID tablet and the isolation transformer.

The CRUS offers space for the following devices which are not included in
the delivery of the CRUS:

a PC which handles, processes and dispatches images,

an LCD monitor (flat-screen),

mouse and keyboard,

a network switch or hub, and

an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS).

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Standard Workflow with the CR User Station

figure 44
Together with a digitizer the CRUS offers an optimum workflow:
(1)

Up to five exposed cassettes are stored in the upper side storage rack
(A).

(2)

The exposed cassettes are then identified in the ID Tablet (B).

(3)

The exposed and identified cassettes are inserted directly into the
digitizer or, if the digitizer is busy, stored in the top storage rack (C).

(4)

The scanned and erased cassettes waiting to be used again are stored
in the lower side storage rack (D).

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4.3

Direct ID Workflow with the CR User Station


In order to save time it is also possible to use the CRUS for Direct ID workflow:

An exposed but unidentified cassette is inserted into the digitizer.

The digitizer recognizes that the cassette is not identified and opens a
communication to the control PC in the CRUS.

The digitizer starts scanning the image plate and sends an ID Data
Request Message to the control PC. On the monitor the ID Viewer
window pops up for user entry of the ID data.

The control PC sends the complete ID data to the digitizer.

Troubleshooting
Symptom

The control PC shuts down automatically or does not start up.


The UPS is either off or it is beeping. In the latter case the On Battery
indicator is blinking.

Defect

A fuse in the isolating transformer is defect.

Solution

Check fuses and replace them if necessary.


Three fuses are installed at the
isolating transformer in the CRUS:

One fuse is located inside the


fuse box (A),
2.0 AT for 500 V,
(CM+9 0451 9609 0)

Two fuses are located inside the


plastic bushing of the
voltage adjustment (B).
The fuses must be appropriate for
the country-specific voltage:
figure 45
2.5 AT for 230 240 V
5.0 AT for 120 V
6.3 AT for 100 V

(CM+9 0451 9604 0)


(CM+9 0452 3188 0)
(CM+9 0452 3187 0)

WARNING:
Overload of the isolation transformer may lead to fire hazard!
Use only fuses of the exact value and characteristics stated above.

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Defect
Solution

CR User Station

The ID Viewer application at the control PC does not pop up if a cassette is


inserted in the ID tablet.
The main switch (arrow) of the ID tablet does not shine green, i.e. it is off.
Check if the main switch of the ID tablet shines green.

figure 46

Spare Parts List


For the Spare Parts List refer to the document DD+DIS180.05M.

Maintenance
The CRUS does not need maintenance.

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Installation Planning

8.1

Continuous Operation
The device is suitable for continuous operation.

8.2

Dimensions

8.2.1

CR User Station as stand-alone Device


Height

1010 mm (39.8)

Height with monitor arm and


19 monitor

1710 mm (67.3)

Width without cassette rack

320 mm (12.6)

Depth

650 mm (25.6)

Footprint

with racks: 530 x 650 mm


(20.9 x 25.6)
without racks: 520 x 650 mm
(20.5 x 25.6)

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CR User Station with CR 25.0
Required free space for optimum operation (all dimensions in cm (inch)):

193 (75)
5 (2)
5 (2)

43 (17)

45 (18)

100 (40)

64 (25)

120 (47)

200 (77)

75 (30)

Digitizer

figure 47

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8.2.3

CR User Station with CR 75.0


Required free space for optimum operation (all dimensions in cm (inch)):

10 (4)

203 (79)

5 (2)

5 (2)
64 (25)

Digitizer

127 (48)

200 (77)

68 (27)

61 (23)

43 (17)

figure 48

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Technical Data
Weight
Empty

53 kg

Fully equipped

approx. 100 kg

Operating Conditions
Temperature

10C 30C

Change of temperature

0.5C / min.

Relative humidity

15% 80%

Specifications of the Isolating Transformer


Power input, switchable
(primary winding)

100 V AC / 120 V AC /
230 V AC / 240 V AC

Power output (secondary winding)

230 V AC

Dimensions

220 mm x 170 mm x 200 mm


(8.7 x 6.7 x 7.9)
(H x W x D)

Specifications of the integrated ID Tablet


Input voltage

100 240 V AC; 5 V DC

Frequency

50 60 Hz

Classification

Class III

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Type Label
You find the type label at the rear side of the CRUS.

figure 49

8.4

Connections

8.4.1

Mains Fuse Protection


Mains Fuse Protection of CRUS
100 V

6,3 A, slow blow

120 V

5,0 A, slow blow

230 240 V

2,5 A, slow blow

Mains Fuse Protection of Wall Outlet

8.4.2

Europe

16 A, slow blow

USA & Japan

15 A, slow blow

Operating Voltage
100 V

+ 10%

120 V

+ 10%

230 240 V

+ 10%

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ID Tablet
The ID Tablet has

a 5 V DC power supply,

8.4.4

a RS232 Interface and

an USB connector.

Connection Cables
The following cables are included as standard delivery.
Mains cable

I-2500-S

Mains cable

5-15P/IEC 320 C13

Serial cable

RS232 cable 1-1UL VW1, 2 m

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Benennung
Description
Denomination

CM+9515777350

LENKROLLE MIT FESTSTELLER MONT.


GUIDE ROLLER WITH ARRESTING LEVER INSATLLED
ROUE GUIDE AVEC LEVIER DE BLOCAGE MONTER

CM+9515777250

LENKROLLE MONT.
GUIDE ROLLER INSTALLED
ROUE GUIDE MONTER

CM+9515778120

CM+9515778151

ABLAGE
TRAY
RANGEMENT

CM+9515777420

MONITORWINKEL
MONITOR BRACKET - (FOR BARCO MONITOR)
EQUERRE DU MONITEUR

CM+9515777921

ZWISCHENPLATTE
INTERMEDIATE PLATE - (FOR NEC MONITOR)
PLAQUE D'ECARTEMENT

CM+9039901130

SCHARNIER
HINGE
CHARNIERE

CM+9039000290

ENTRIEGELUNGSGRIFF
RELEASE HANDLE
POIGNEE DE DERROUILLAGE

CM+9037160600

GUMMIKAPPE
RUBBER FOOT
PIED CAOUTCHOUC

99

CM+9515791000

VERPACKUNG CR USER STATION


PACKING CR USER STATION
EMBALLAGE CR USER STATION

HALTEWINKEL
SUPPORT BRACKET
EQUERRE DE MAINTIEN

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REVTEMENT INTRODUCTION CASSETTE

CM+9516211601

HF-PLATINE
HF BOARD
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CM+9516211807

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CM+9516212101

RESET PLATINE
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RESET DISQUE

CM+9516290200

FLACHBANDKABEL
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CM+9047710950

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Empfohlene Ersatzteilsortimente
Ersatzteilsortimente reprsentieren eine Auswahl wichtiger Teile aus der Ersatzteilliste.

Sortimentskategorien
R

'Repair'

Teilebedarf zur Reparatur des Gerts.


Dieses Sortiment sollte der Techniker im Auto mitfhren "Car Stock".
Die Mengen decken den Bedarf fr bis zu 10 Gerte.
Lokal individuelle Mengenanpassungen vornehmen in Abhngigkeit von:
- Anzahl der Gerte
- Gre des Servicegebiets
- Servicestruktur (zentral/dezentral)
- Bevorratungszeit

'Installation'

Teilebedarf zur Installation des Gerts.


Dieses Sortiment sollte als Kofferlager zur Verfgung stehen.
Es enthlt alle gertespezifischen Teile die zustzlich zu den Teilen des
Gertelieferumfangs zur Durchfhrung einer Installation bentigt werden.
Die Mengen reichen fr eine einzige Gerteinstallation.

'Maintenance'

Teilebedarf zur Wartung des Gerts.


Dieses Sortiment sollte als Kofferlager zur Verfgung stehen.
Dieses Sortiment muss fr eine Wartung zur Verfgung stehen.
Es enthlt alle gertespezifischen Teile die zur Durchfhrung einer Wartung nach
Wartungscheckliste bentigt werden.
Die Mengen reichen fr eine einzige Wartung.

'Local stock'

Extrem teure oder sperrige Teile die im Zentrallager des Landes anstatt im R-Sortiment
zur Verfgung stehen sollten.
Strategischer Bestand unabhngig von der Anzahl der Gerteinstallationen.
Falls diese Teile Bestandteil des Serviceabkommens sind mssen sie nach Verwendung
umgehend wieder auf Lager gelegt werden.

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Recommended Spare Parts Assortments


Spare Parts Assortments represent a selection of important parts out of the Spare Parts List.

Categories of Assortments
R

'Repair'

Parts required to repair a machine.


This assortment should be available in the field service engineers` car stock
Quantity covers requirements for up to 10 machines.
Adapt the locally required individual amount depending on:
- number of machines
- extension of the service area
- service structure (centralized/decentralized)
- stockpiling

'Installation'

Parts required to install a machine.


This assortment should be available in a suitcase.
It includes all machine specific parts required to perform
the installation in addition to the parts included in
the shipment.
Quantity covers one single machine installation

'Maintenance'

Parts required to maintain a machine.


This assortment should be available in a suitcase.
This assortment must be available during a maintenance job,
it includes all machine specific parts required to perform a maintenance
according to the Maintenance check list.
Quantity covers one single maintenance.

'Local stock'

Extremely expensive or bulky parts which should be kept


in the country central warehouse instead of the R assortment.
Strategic stock quantity is independent of the installed base.
If service contract obligations refer to these parts, they must be replenished
immediately.

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Assortiments de pices dtaches


Les assortiments suivants reprsentent une slection de pices essentielles extraites de la liste de
pices dtaches.

Catgories dassortiments
R

'Repair'

Pices requises pour la rparation de lappareil.


Le technicien devrait avoir cet assortiment dans son vhicule ( = Carstock)
Cette quantit est suffisante pour la rparation de 10 appareils.
Adapter les quantits sur place daprs les critres :
- nombre dappareils
- extension de la zone dintervention
- structure du service technique (centralisation/dcentralisation)
- temps dapprovisionnement

'Installation'

Pices requises pour linstallation de l'appareil.


Cet assortiment devrait tre disponible dans une mallette.
Il contient toutes les pices spcifiques lappareil requises pour effecteur l'installation en
plus des pices incluses dans la fourniture.
La quantit recouvre les besoins pour linstallation dun seul appareil.

'Maintenance'

Pices requises pour la rvision de lappareil.


Cet assortiment devrait tre disponible dans une mallette.
Cet assortiment doit tre disponible pendant la rvision.
Il contient toutes les pices spcifiques lappareil pour effecteur la maintenance en
fonction de la Maintenance check list.
Cette quantit est suffisante pour la rvision dun seul appareil.

'Local stock'

Pices encombrantes, extrmement onreuses qui devraient tre stockes


dans le magasin central de votre pays la place de l'assortiment R.
La rserve de pices stratgiques ne dpend pas du nombre dappareils installs.
Si le contrat de maintenance fait rfrence ces pices elles doivent tre remplaces
immdiatement.

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Bestellung von Sortimenten


Bestellung AGFA intern:
Code AH602A im EVS ffnen, Sortimentsnummer fr das gewnschte Sortiment R, I, M oder L
eingeben und Einzelteile bestellen.
Bestellung durch AGFA Partner:
Das gewnschte Sortiment bei der zustndigen AGFA Vertretung mit Angabe der betreffenden
Sortimentsnummer R, I, M oder L bestellen.

Ordering of Spare Part Kits


AGFA internal orders:
Open Code AH602A in the EVS, enter the kit number for the required assortment R, I, M, or L and
order individual parts.
Orders of AGFA partners:
Order the required assortment via the responsible AGFA Agency listing the respective kit number of
assortment R, I, M, or L.

Commande d'assortiments
Commande interne AGFA :
ouvrir le code AH602A dans EVS, crire le numro de l'assortiment souhait comme R, I, M ou L et
passer commande des pices.
Commande par les partenaires d'AGFA :
passer commande de l'assortiment souhait auprs du dpositaire AGFA en charge en indiquant le
numro de l'assortiment comme R, I, M ou L.

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Typenverzeichnis / Type List / List de Type


CR User Station
CR User Station

BASIC VERSION
GE VERSION

5157/0100
5157/0200

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Optionen / Options / Options


- INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK -

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HEALTHCARE

Manufacturing Standard
Modifications

Imaging Services

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CR 25.0
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(as of SN 6000)

Purpose of this document


This document contains an overview of all the technical changes and their
chronological introduction as a production standard. This includes hardware and
software modifications.

Document History
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Revision

Release
Date

2.0

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Initial Release

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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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TABLE OF CONTENT
The following modifications of CR 35-X - Type 5158 / 100 and CR 25.0 - Type 5156 /
105 (as of SN 6000) are listed in chronological order, the latest modification on top
of the list.

timeline

Modification

Referenced Documents

2007
August 1. Introduction of High Altitude Vacuum Pump

Enclosure: DD+DIS151.07E,
SB No. 02: DD+DIS276.07E

June 2. Introduction of Oberon 3 Board

Enclosure: DD+DIS034.07E

April 3. Modification of Brush Stripe complete

n.a.

January 4. Modification of Side Panel left

n.a.

2006
Dec. 5. Modification of cPCI-Rack
October 6. Modification of the 5-fold Stepper Motor Board

n.a.
n.a.

SB Service Bulletin

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Introduction of High Altitude Vacuum Pump


Reason

A modified vacuum pump has been introduced for the use of the
digitizer on sites between 2000 m and 4000 m above sea level.

Product(s)/
Serial
Number(s)

The High Altitude Vacuum Pump is not part of series production and
only available as upgrade kit for new installations or already installed
digitizers as well as spare part for the replacement of modified
vacuum pumps, which are defective.

Part
Number(s)

Upgrade Kit High Altitude Vacuum Pump for CR 25.0/CR 35-X


ABC Code: EZKDB

Spare part High Altitude Vacuum Pump CM+9 5158 6130 0

Enclosure - Replacement Instructions: High Altitude Vacuum


Pump for Use on Sites between 2000 m and 4000 m above Sea
Level, DD+DIS151.07E

Service Bulletin No. 02, DD+DIS276.07E

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Document(s)

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Introduction of Oberon 3 Board


Reason

In respect to the previous Oberon Board, the Oberon 3 Board is


RoHS compliant (Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous
Substances in electrical and electronic equipment).No functional
changes have been made.
Digitizer Software C25_2007 or higher is required when using the
Oberon 3 board. The required Digitizer Software is in scope of the
spare part.
This spare part can be used in RoHS compliant and non-RoHS
compliant Digitizers.
Oberon 3 Board requires Digitizer Software C25_2007 or higher.

Product(s)/
Serial
Number(s)

CR 35-X Type 5158:


SN 2061, 2129, 2131, 2132, 2133, 2134, 2136, 2138, 2142, 2143,
2145, 2149, 2152,
SN 2155, CW 25/2007
CR 25.0 Type 5156/105:
SN 6211, 6220, 6224, 6225, 6228, 6229, 6231, 6232, 6233, 6236,
6237, 6238, 6239, 6240, 6241, 6242, 6243, 6244,
SN 6246, CW 25/2007

Part
Number(s)

Spare part Oberon 3 Board, CM+9 5146 1501 0

Referenced
Document(s)

Enclosure - Installation Instructions of the Oberon 3 Board,


DD+DIS034.07E

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Modification of Brush Stripe complete


Reason

The spare part Brush stripe complete has been modified to


prevent from stray light. which could probably influence sensors by
flash light from the erasure unit.

Product(s)/
Serial
Number(s)

CR 35-X Type 5158/100:


SN 1744, 1861, 1866
SN 1868, , CW 17/2007
CR 25.0 Type 5156/105:
SN 6201, CW 17/2007

Part
Number(s)

Referenced
Document(s)

n.a.

Spare part Brush stripe complete CM+9 5158 2425 1

Modification of Side Panel left


Reason

The side panel left has been modified to ensure more free space
between photomultiplier and side panel left. This improvement has
been introduced to avoid contact between photomultiplier and side
panel left.

Product(s)/
Serial
Number(s)

CR 35-X Type 5158/100:


SN 1001
CR 25.0 Type 5156/105:
SN 6001

Part
Number(s)

Referenced
Document(s)

n.a.

Spare part Side wall, lhs, CM+9 5155 1270 4

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Modification of cPCI-Rack
Reason

The power supply unit has been modified to enable the use of hard
disks with higher voltage input.
The modified power supply unit is RoHS compliant.

Product(s)/
Serial
Number(s)

CR 35-X Type 5158/100:


SN 1385, CW 52/2006
CR 25.0 Type 5156/105:
SN 6001, CW 52/2006

Part
Number(s)

Referenced
Document(s)

n.a.

Spare part cPCI-Rack complete, CM+9 5156 1400 1


Spare part cPCI-Rack assembled, CM+9 5156 1405 4

Modification of the 5-fold Stepper Motor Board


Reason

The fixation of the 5-fold stepper motor board has been


changed by introducing new clips to prevent bending of the
board.

Product(s)/
Serial
Number(s)

CR 35-X Type 5158/100:

Part
Number(s)

The new fixation and the board are included when ordering:
spare part Cassette unit: CM+9 5156 5000 1

Referenced
Document(s)

n.a.

SN 1048, CW 41/2006

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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 describes all routines and tests to be carried out during maintenance.

Document History
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Revision

Release
Date

Changes

2.0

12-2006

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Only layout changes as CR 25.0 Type 5156 / 105


(as of SN 6000) is also integrated in this
Service Documentation, DD+DIS219.06E.

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Document

Title

Service Bulletin

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DD+DIS407.06E

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LIST OF CONTENTS

GENERAL MAINTENANCE INFORMATION ...........................................................................5


1.1

Maintenance Frequency ...........................................................................................................5

1.2

Required Time...........................................................................................................................6

1.3

Required Tools..........................................................................................................................6

1.4

Required Cleaning Material ......................................................................................................6

1.5

Required Spare Parts ...............................................................................................................6

MAINTENANCE STEP BY STEP .............................................................................................7


2.1

Diagnostics................................................................................................................................7

2.1.1

Questioning of the Customer ....................................................................................................7

2.1.2

Infocounter Analysis..................................................................................................................7

2.1.3

How to Evaluate the Infocounter...............................................................................................8

2.1.4

Clear Infocounter ......................................................................................................................9

2.1.5

Visual Check .............................................................................................................................9

2.2

Safety Switches ......................................................................................................................10

2.3

Inside.......................................................................................................................................10

2.4

Cassette Unit...........................................................................................................................11

2.5

cPCI Rack ...............................................................................................................................12

2.6

Scan Unit.................................................................................................................................12

2.7

Transport Unit .........................................................................................................................13

2.8

Erasure Unit ............................................................................................................................14

2.9

Cassettes ................................................................................................................................16

2.10

Image Plates ...........................................................................................................................17

CHECKING THE IMAGE QUALITY........................................................................................17


3.1

Test Cycles .............................................................................................................................17

3.2

Exposure of a Flatfield ............................................................................................................17

3.3

Evaluation of a Flatfield...........................................................................................................20

COMPLETION OF MAINTENANCE.......................................................................................21

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General Maintenance Information


NOTE:
These maintenance instructions must be considered confidential.
To ensure quality and functional reliability of the system all the points listed below
(minimum maintenance points) must be carried out.

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 these maintenance instructions.

If there is a detailed description for a certain maintenance point in the service


documentation, this will be noted in the column "details".

During the maintenance procedure always consider the safety instructions, see
service documentation chapter 1 / 1.

Please check if it is necessary to include country specific regulations as


additional maintenance points!

NOTE:
Only for Systems with DRA Contract:
In systems with DRA Contract the infocounters are checked and evaluated in regular
intervals by the GSC. If there is an indication of an upcoming defect, this is noted in
the DRA Report and sent to the respective NSO with instructions for measures
possibly required on the machine.
Therefore we recommend to contact your NSO about this subject before
maintenance, in order to perform these recommended measures in addition to the
"must" maintenance points.

1.1

Maintenance Frequency
The maintenance has to be carried out:

every 12.000 cycles


or

once a year
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Maintenance

Required Time

approximately 2 h

1.3

1.4

Required Tools
Order number

Description

CM+9 5155 1015 2

Cu Filter (for exposure of test images)

CM+9 5145 3055 0

CD ROM with test images

Commercially available

service PC

Commercially available

flashlight

Required Cleaning Material


In addition to the standard equipment the following cleaning substances are required:

1.5

Order number

Description

CM+9 9999 0895 0

vacuum cleaner

CM+9 9999 0896 0

dirt bags for vacuum cleaner (10 x)

ABC-Code: EFOJH

ADC cleaner

commercially available

dust brush

commercially available

lint-free cloth

commercially available

soft dust brush

Required Spare Parts


The following assortment represents a complete copy of the
Maintenance-assortment (CM+0 5156 0100 733)
according to the R I M L -assortment categorization in the spare parts list:
Order number

Description

CM+9 0450 6553 0

10 x erasure lamp, 100 W, 12 V

CM+9 5145 9100 0

1 x roller (for cassette unit)

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Maintenance Step by Step

2.1

Diagnostics

2.1.1

Questioning of the Customer

2.1.2

Ask the customer for any problem that appeared since the last maintenance.

Infocounter Analysis

Service PC, required to analyze the infocounter

(1)

Insert an empty floppy in the floppy drive


of the cPCI rack.
See figure 1.

(2)

In the service menu select


<3 Save on floppy>
< 1 Infocounter>

(3)

When copying is finished remove the


floppy from the floppy drive and insert it in
the Service PC.

MG3000

Infocounter

5155_reg09_002.cdr

figure 1
(4)

Unzip the file "5156_xxxx_icn.zip"


(xxxx stands for the serial number).

(5)

Start an editor (e.g. notepad or wordpad).

(6)

Open the file "\D_\infocounter\0\infocounter.txt".

(7)

Evaluate the infocounter file.

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Maintenance

How to Evaluate the Infocounter


Evaluation of infocounters.txt
What to check in the
infocounter

Comment

1.1 Device Info: Serial


number and
Installation date

Compare device serial number to chapter 8


Manufacturing Standard Modifications and
chapter 10 Service Bulletins to determine whether the
device is modified or requires a modification.

1.4 Software Info

It is recommended to have the latest software installed.


Before you upgrade to a new software, make sure that
your hardware is up to date.

2.2 Throughput

For throughput most important are the cycles per day.


They usually count between 30 and 100.

3.3 Hardware
Modification History

By comparing the status of the device with the available


Field Modifications, chapter 7, the exact hardware status
can be determined.

3.4 Software modification


history

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.

4.6 Laser power

Check that laser power is constant: no more than 1 mW


difference in between two entries. If the value is higher,
run system check.

4.7 Polygon Jitter


Monitoring

If amplitude exceeded 300 milli-pixel, check accurately


the image quality on the processing station.
The entries are only indications and can only be
interpreted as one symptom which is conducted to the
optic module.

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Evaluation of infocounters.txt
What to check in the
infocounter

Comment

5.3 Retries

Many retries (> 1%) have to be investigated: They usually


lead to less throughput of the device. Compare it with
frequent error codes.

5.7 Error History

Check the errors occurred since last maintenance, 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.
Compare frequently occurring errors to the error hit list,
chapter 3.3, and take actions.

5.8 Error List Relatives


and
5.9 Error List Total

2.1.4

Clear Infocounter
(1)

2.1.5

Troubleshoot these errors with the help of the technical


documentation, chapter 3.3, Troubleshooting.

Clear the infocounter to refresh relative counters.

Visual Check

flashlight

(1)

Check overall condition of the machine outside and inside for obvious
changes or damage.

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Maintenance

Safety Switches
(1)

Check both interlock switches


(A) and (B), figure 2.
A

Note.
The machine starts up only, if both
interlocks are pressed.

Note:
The power supply is interrupted, when the
front door (interlock A) is opened.

5155_reg09_003.cdr

figure 2

2.3

Inside

vacuum cleaner

lint free cloth

(1)

Vacuum the inside of the digitizer and wipe it.

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Opener
Mechanism

Maintenance

Cassette Unit

screw driver

dust brush

roller (CM+9 5145 9100 0)

toothed belt (CM+9 5145 5195 1)

(1)

Remove panel on right hand side of


the digitizer.

(2)

Clean the opener mechanism with a


soft dust brush.

5155_reg09_004.cdr

figure 3
(1)

Check roller (A) for visible wear and


replace if necessary (see figure 4).

(2)

To replace the roller, remove the


retaining ring (B) and pull the roller
off its shaft.

(3)
NOTE:
In case of recorded cassette feeding
problems replace the roller anyway and in
any case replace it once a year.

B
A
5155_reg09_005.cdr

figure 4
Belt

(1)

Exchange the transport belt once a year.

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Maintenance

cPCI Rack

vacuum cleaner

cPCI Fan

(1)

Check the fan function of the cPCI rack fan by hand.


There is no air filter to be replaced.

General

(2)

Remove visible dust and dirt deposits using a vacuum cleaner.

2.6

Scan
Rollers

Scan Unit

soft cloth

ADC cleaner (if not available, use water)

Allen key 3 mm

(1)

Remove the transport unit.


(see chapter 3.5).

(2)

Clean all scan rollers (use a soft


cloth and ADC cleaner).

IMPORTANT:
The scan rollers have to be cleaned in
place and must not be removed.
To move the scan rollers just turn the
drive of the slow scan motor manually
(C), see figure 5.

Discharge
Brush

(1)

Check the discharge brush (A)


for visible wear and heavy dirt.
Clean them by hand or replace
(B), if necessary.

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Maintenance

Transport Unit

Filter

soft cloth

ADC cleaner (if not available, use water)

suction cups (CM+9 5145 6550 2)

(2)

Pull the hoses off the filter.

(3)

Unscrew the filter (A).

(4)

Shake the micro-filter (B) and


blow it clean.

(5)

Check the O-ring for cracks


and, if necessary, remove the
complete filter with its housing
(CM+9 0362 6094 0).

B
A

5155_reg09_012.cdr

figure 6
Suction
Cups

(1)

Check the suction cups


position.

(2)

Clean the suction cups (C) with


ADC cleaner.

(3)

In case of vacuum problems,


check the suction cups by
bending up the edges (check
for tears) and replace if
necessary.

5155_reg09_007.cdr

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Lamps

Maintenance

Erasure Unit

soft cloth

ADC cleaner (if not available, use water)

10 x 100 W lamps (CM+9 0450 6553 0)

(1)

Open the front door.

(2)

Pull the erasure unit out and


remove it.

(3)

Remove pane (A).

(4)

Pull all lamps carefully out of their


sockets (B).

(5)

Check all parts of the erasure unit


for damage.

5155_reg09_008.cdr

figure 8
(6)

Dust the following parts of the erasure unit

reflector

input and output opening of the air stream (protection grid)

KG2 filter (A).

front pane (B) (see figure 9).

IMPORTANT:
In case of persistent dirt, use ADC cleaner for cleaning all surfaces except the inner side
of the large glass plate. This side must not be cleaned with anything wet since a gelatin
layer is attached to it.

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(7)

Check the KG2 filter (A) for


damage and replace if necessary.

(8)

Insert the new lamps carefully.

B
5155_reg09_009.cdr

figure 9

NOTE:
Do not touch the glass bulbs with your bare fingers. Use a soft cloth to insert the
lamps.

Fan

(9)

Check fan of erasure unit for dust and clean if necessary.

(10) Re-insert the erasure unit.

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Cassettes

Visual
Check

Maintenance

aluminum label (CM+9 8300 1131 0)

(1)

Check the most frequently used


cassettes and image plates for
damage. If damage is noticed,
check further cassettes.

(2)

Check the following items of the


cassette:
- Outside condition
- Hinges
- Locking
- Opening leaf springs
- Aluminum label

(3)

ALU LABEL

5156_reg09_010.cdr

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Attach missing aluminum label.

NOTE:
The digitizer needs the aluminum label to recognize ADC cassettes.

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Visual
Check

Maintenance

Image Plates
(1)

Check if there are scratches on the surface.

(2)

Check if edges are loose as an indication for mechanical problems at IP


transport.

Checking the Image Quality


NOTE:
Check the last 20 to 40 images on the VIPS Processing Station / ADC QS Server
Station for artifacts or other image quality problems.

3.1

Test Cycles
NOTE:
Repeat the following procedure for all formats on site!
(1)

3.2

Carry out four test cycles with each format of the cassettes.

Exposure of a Flatfield

Flatfield

(1)

Print the flatfield sample provided by the digitizer:


Start the service program.
Select from the service menu
<7 Checks>
<2 Send image>
<2 Flatfield Calibration pattern>
<3 Flatfield Banding pattern>
Print the flatfields "Calibration" and "Banding" via the processing station
(Window Setting of 0.6, without changing the Level Setting).

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Maintenance

Expose a new image plate:

Rotating

Place the cassette in length direction Anode


to the
X-ray tube
(see figure 11).
Set the following exposure
parameters:
dose 10 Gy
(result of setting:
12 mAs, 75 kVp,
1.3 m distance)
1.5 mm Cu filter with small focus
figure 11
Turn cassette by 180.
Expose plate a second time by using
the same parameters.

X-ray tube

5156_reg09_011.cdr

NOTE:
Best use a dosimeter to measure the dose!
Notice, that all exposure parameters are approximate values.
(3)

Identify the cassette on the ID Station (figure 12):


In the <Patient name> field, type a name and a cassette format,
e.g. Flatfield 18 x 24.
In the <First name> field, type the serial number of the digitizer,
e.g. SN1356.
In the <Birth date> field, type the current date,
e.g. 02012001 (use date format DDMMYYYY for day/month/year).
In the <Study Group> list, click <SERVICE>.
In the <Study Type> list, click <system diagnosis>.
In the <Substudy> list, click <Flatfield>.
Confirm the Exposure class <200>.

NOTE:
Make sure that the outlined areas are filled in as shown in the example.

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Maintenance

Insert the cassette into the digitizer and print the image on a printer with a
Window Setting of 0.6 without changing the Level Setting.

figure 12

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Maintenance

Evaluation of a Flatfield
(1)

Inspect the developed image for homogeneity:


Compare the prints of the flatfield sample with your exposed flatfield at a light
box.
If there are no lines visible or the effects are less than on the example, the
image quality is all right.
If there are unacceptable effects, compare with the following sketches.

Calibration lines
Blurred dark lines in slow scan direction on the
flatfield
(see figure 13).
Expose another flatfield and compare it
again with the sample.
If there are still unacceptable effects, you have
to redo shading calibration as described in
chapter 3.6.
Expose another flatfield and compare it again
with the sample.

figure 13

NOTE:
If there are still unacceptable effects, please contact the Support Center.

Banding
Fine sharp white or gray lines in fast scan
direction on the flatfield
(see figure 14).
Check diagnostic images.

figure 14

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NOTE:
If there are still unacceptable effects, please contact the Support Center.

Dust
Fine sharp lines in slow scan direction on the
flatfield
(see figure 15).
Check if scanner is dusty. If yes, use the
scan brush to remove it. Expose another flat
field and compare it again with the sample.
figure 15

NOTE:
If there are still unacceptable effects, please contact the Support Center.

Completion of Maintenance
(1)

Confirm the maintenance by signing the checklist.

(2)

Make a backup of the system on floppy.

(3)

Inform the customer about what was done during the maintenance and which
repairs need to be done in next future.

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Work Instruction for order no.

SN

Film cycles

The maintenance has to be carried out:


Once a year or every 12.000 cycles.

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Done

Ask customer about problems

Read out the info counters, analyse them and clear


them afterwards

Check visually the overall condition

Safety Switches

Check function of both safety switches

Inside

Vacuum the inside and wipe it

Cassette Unit

Clean opener mechanism

Check roller for visible wear and exchange if necessary

Exchange belt once a year

Check function of the cPCI rack fan manually

Remove dust and dirt

Clean scan-rollers with ADC Cleaner


(do not remove!)

Check discharge brush and clean or replace it if


necessary

Clean micro filter

Check suction cups position, clean them with ADC


Cleaner and exchange suction cups if necessary

Diagnostics

cPCI Rack
Scan Unit

Transport Units

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Erasure Unit

Cassettes

Image Plates

Done

Remove dust from reflector, input and output opening of


air stream, KG2 filter, outer front panel

Check the KG2 filter

Exchange lamps every maintenance

Clean fan, if necessary

Check the following items of the cassette:


outside condition, hinges, locking, opening leaf springs,
aluminum label

Attach missing aluminum labels

Check if there are scratches on the surface

Check if edges are loose

Checking the Image Quality


General

Done

Check the last 20 to 40 images on the VIPS / ADC QS

Carry out test cycles, four with each format

Print flatfield sample provided by the digitizer

Expose a flatfield

Evaluate the flatfield and carry out respective actions

Completion of the maintenance


General

Done

Confirm the maintenance

Make a backup of the system on floppy

Inform the customer about maintenance and which


repairs are necessary

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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.
This chapter is divided into:

construction planning data

technical connection and performance data

safety instructions, listing of certificates

Document History
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LIST OF CONTENTS

SCOPE OF DELIVERY ............................................................................................................5

REQUIRED TOOLS FOR INSTALLATION ..............................................................................5

SYSTEM OVERVIEW...............................................................................................................6

MACHINE DIMENSIONS AND TRANSPORT PATH ...............................................................7


4.1

Required free Space .................................................................................................................7

4.1.1

CR 35-X Standalone .................................................................................................................7

4.1.2

CR 35-X with CRUS..................................................................................................................8

4.1.3

Required free Space when Digitizer is set up in Patient Examination Room ...........................9

4.2

Machine Dimensions...............................................................................................................10

4.3

Transport Path ........................................................................................................................11

CLIMATIC AND AMBIENT CONDITIONS..............................................................................12

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ..............................................................................................13

6.1

External Fuse Protection.........................................................................................................13

6.2

Connection Cables..................................................................................................................13

6.3

Power Connection...................................................................................................................14

SPECIFICATIONS..................................................................................................................15
7.1

Type Overview ........................................................................................................................15

7.2

Electrical Data .........................................................................................................................15

7.3

Packing Dimensions ...............................................................................................................15

7.3.1

Package ..................................................................................................................................15

7.3.2

Weights ...................................................................................................................................15

7.3.3

Transport Conditions...............................................................................................................16

INSTALLATION PLANNING CHECKLIST..............................................................................17


8.1

Checklist..................................................................................................................................18

FORM TO FILL IN THE NETWORK PARAMETERS .............................................................19

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NOTE:
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Type 5158 / 100 and CR 25.0 Type 5156/105 (as of SN 6000)
For the Installation Planning of other ADC devices, refer to the respective Installation
Planning documents (see MedNet).

Scope of Delivery
Pieces

Description

Digitizer

Installation Instructions

Installation Report

User Manual

Reference Manual

Certificates

Mains Cable (1 x US- connector, 1 x Euro-DIN connector)

UTP network cable (2 x RJ45 connection)

floppy disks (3 x Release floppy, 1 x Hard Disk Formatter floppy,


1 x Backup floppy, 1 x Language floppy, 2 x Portex floppy)

Cu filter

Required Tools for Installation


Pieces

Description

Order No.

Cu filter

CM+9 5155 1015 2

CD-ROM with test images

CM+9 5145 3055 0

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System Overview

on
ly

figure 1

The above example shows the Digitizer connected to a WIN NT based ADC Quality
System (ADC QS).

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Machine Dimensions and Transport Path

4.1

Required free Space

4.1.1

CR 35-X Standalone

150 (59.05")

5(1.97")
5 (1.97")

45 (17.72")

120 (47.24")

200 (78.74")

75 (29.53")

Digitizer

5155_reg11_002.CDR

figure 2
Free space as shown in the drawing must be reserved for repair and maintenance.
Less space may result in longer repair times!
All dimensions in cm (inch).
Recommended free space for the ventilation, power and
Ethernet connection.

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Installation Planning

CR 35-X with CRUS

figure 3
Free space as shown in the drawing must be reserved for repair and maintenance.
Less space may result in longer repair times!
All dimensions in cm (inch).
Recommended free space for the ventilation, power and
Ethernet connection.

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Installation Planning

Required free Space when Digitizer is set up in Patient Examination Room


IMPORTANT:
When setting up the machine, the following must be kept in mind during the room
planning:
The CR 30-X complies with the EN 60601-1 standard for Information Technology. This
means that, although it is absolutely safe, patients may not come in direct contact with
the equipment. Therefore the operator console must be placed outside a radius of 1.5
m around the patient.

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Installation Planning

Machine Dimensions

figure 4
All dimensions in cm (inch).

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4.3

Installation Planning

Transport Path
It must be possible to transport the digitizer
through all hallways and doors up to the
installation site.

Minimum doorwidth 47 cm (18.50")

The machine dimensions are

134 cm x 45 cm x 75 cm
(H x W x D)
52.76" x 17.72" x 29.53"
(H x W x D)

Packed on a pallet

80 cm x 100 cm (31.5" x 39.37")

Minimum space to remove the digitizer off the


pallet

200 cm x 350 cm (79" x 138")

NOTE:
Once the machine is unpacked, it can be moved to the installation site on four mounted
rollers.

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Climatic and ambient Conditions


NOTE:
All specifications in this chapter apply on unpacked digitizer.

Temperature and Humidity


Ambient temperature

20C min. / 59F min.


30C max. / 86F max.
20C ideal / 68F ideal

Rate of change of temperature

0.5C per min. / 0.9F per min.

Relative Humidity

15 % min.
75 % max.
40 - 50 % ideal

(at 25C / 77F ambient


temperature)
Light Tightness
Tightness

SALMIN still met at 2500 lux ambient light

NOTE:
The digitizer must not be operated in direct sunlight exposure.
Throughput (scan mode fast)
Throughput
(Image plates per hour)

71 (for size 18 cm x 24 cm)


48 (for size 35 cm x 43 cm)

Cassette Return Time


Time between entry of cassette
and return of erased cassette
(seconds)

< 51 s (for size 18 cm x 24 cm)


< 75 s (for size 35 cm x 43 cm)

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Floor Conditions
Horizontal Alignment

Digitizer works without leveling,


horizontal alignment is not required.
Nevertheless, the digitizer should be run
preferably in a horizontal position.
Take care that the digitizer can not tilt at
the installation site.

Magnetic Fields
Maximal permissible magnetic
field in the room

according to EN 61000-4-8: Level 5

Emissions
Noise level

during scanning max. 65 dB (A)


stand-by mode / idle max. 45 dB (A)

Electrical Connections

6.1

External Fuse Protection

6.2

Fuse

Rated voltage (single phase)

maximal line fuse 16 A

240 V, + 10 %

maximal line fuse 16 A

230 V, + 10 %

maximal line fuse 15 A

120 V, + 10 %

(e.g. USA)

maximal line fuse 15 A

100 V, + 10 %

(e.g. Japan)

Connection Cables
Two mains cables are included as standard delivery:

USA/Japan: NEMA-5-15P

Europe: CEE(7)VII 250 V/16 A

One network cable is included as standard delivery

UTP network cable, 5 m long, (2 x RJ45 connection)

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Power Connection
Single phase connection, operable on 50 Hz and 60 Hz.
IMPORTANT:
The digitizer has a voltage selector at its rear side. Voltage adaptation has to be checked
prior to first operation.
If the voltage adaptation is not correct, take a screw driver and turn the switch
(1, figure 5) to correct position.

1 Voltage selector
Voltage can be adapted to 100 /
120 / 230 - 240 V. The default
setting is
230 - 240 V
2 Mains connection
Put in the correct mains cable
(delivered in the enclosure box)

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5_re
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04.c

figure 5

NOTE:
If the CR 35-X shall operate at 240 V, 60 Hz, use a phase to phase centre tap wall
outlet. Otherwise the leakage current will rise over 0.5 mA.

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Specifications

7.1

Type Overview

7.2

Digitizer /

Type

CR 35-X

5158 / 100

CR 25.0

5156 / 105 (as of SN 6000)

Electrical Data
Rated Voltage [~V]

100 V

15 A

120 V

12 A

230 - 240 V

7A

Frequency [Hz]

50 / 60

Power consumption [W]

Standby approx. 400 W


Maximum approx. 1400 W

Leakage current

7.3

Packing Dimensions

7.3.1

Package

3,5 mA

Packed on a pallet the size is:

7.3.2

Height

160 cm (63")

Width

80 cm (31.5")

Depth

100 cm (39.4")

Weights
Digitizer without package

approx. 215 kg

Digitizer with package

approx. 275 kg

NOTE:
Make sure that the floor covering is solid enough to stand the weight of the digitizer.

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Transport Conditions
Temperature

-25 C / -13 F for 72 hrs.


+55 C / 131 F for 96 hrs.

Relative Humidity

5 % to 95 %

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Installation Planning Checklist


In order to avoid any unnecessary delays during the installation and the machine startup, the following points of the checklist below should be carried out prior to the
installation.
Check and discuss all the required measures for the installation by means of this
checklist. Remarks on the individual items may be made on the back of the list.
We ask you to give this checklist to your local Agfa representative.
Customer:

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

Department:

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

System
components:

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

Desired
installation date:

.......................... Signed: .............................................


.......................... Signature
.......

Remarks:

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Checklist
Subject

OK

NOK

Required external
connections

Fixed connection via an all-pole


main switch or connection via plug
and socket approx. 30 cm from the
floor.
Cables
USA/Japan: NEMA-5-15P
Europe: CEE(7)VII 250 V / 16 A

Mains connection

Appointment with the house


electrician or authorized electrician
for the mains connection has been
made?

Network connection Ethernet connection (Twisted pair)


prepared?

Direct Remote
Access

Remote Access must be


guaranteed!

Transport path

Transport to the installation site,


unpacking and taking the machine
off the pallet must be done by the
carrier.

Transport path:
Minimum doorwidth 47 cm
(18.50")
Way:
.......................................................
...................................................
Free space for taking the machine
off the pallet defined?
200 cm x 350 cm (79" x 138")
Place:
.......................................................
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Form to fill in the Network Parameters


Digitizer

Example

hostname

ADCS1

ip_addr.

192.9.200.199

1st Digitizer

2nd Digitizer

Remarks

1st Server
Station

2nd Server
Station

Remarks

Subnet_mask
default router
AE_title

ADCS1

Station Name *

ADCS1

ADC QS

Example

Server Station
hostname

ADC_QS

ip_addr.

192.9.200.202

subnet_mask
default router
AE_title

ADC_QS

AE_title IDViewer
Station Name *

ADC_QS

ID - Viewer

Example

hostname

ID207

ip_addr.

192.9.200.207

1st ID-Viewer 2nd ID-Viewer

Remarks

Subnet_mask
default router
AE_title

ID207

Station Name *

ID207

ADC QS Server
to connect to

192.9.200.202
or ADC_QS

= main components
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ADC QS Client
Station

Example

hostname

QC206

ip_addr.

192.9.200.206

1st Client
Station

2nd Client
Station

Remarks

1st HCP

2nd HCP

Remarks

Subnet_mask
default router
AE_title ID-Viewer
ADC QS Server to 192.9.200.202
connect to
or ADC_QS

Hard Copy
Printer

Example

hostname

MG1

ip_addr.

192.9.200.201

Subnet_mask
default router
AE_title

ADC_LR1

Station Name *

ADC_LR1

Remarks

RIS-System
hostname
ip_addr.
Subnet_mask
default router
AE_title
Station Name *
*) Friendly name

(Station name) appears in the USER interface

Site

filled in by

Date

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

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(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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Glossary
Term

Shord Description

Gy

Micro Gray x-ray dose


1Gy= 0.87 x 10 2 J/kg

A / D Converter

Analog Digital Converter; the part that translates an analog


signal into a digital signal, which can be handled by
computers.

ADC

Agfa Diagnostic Center

AE title

Application Entity

AOS

Adonis Operating System


Operating system for Agfa CPU's (Gemini, Goliath, David)

APIP

Agfa Picture Archiving Protocol

AUI

Attachment Unit Interface (External Box to connect to a


network)

AS

Archive Station

BOL

Begin Of Line; Sensor for exact positioning the scan surface


along the x-axis. A PIN diode is hit by the laser beam before it
reaches the image plate. The Pin diode creates a digital
signal, called begin of line signal. The distance (time)
between this signal and the IP must be adjusted.

BOS

Begin Of Scan;

Browser

Software that provides an interface to the World Wide Web

BSP

Boot Support Package: boot program for Agfa CPU's

Calibration

Procedure on ADC to make a homogeneous exposure look


like one on film. Algorithm to counterbalance irregularities in
the scanner of ADC.

CAS

Clinical Application Specialist

CCM

Configuration and Customization Manager (Tool to edit the


configuration file adc.cpf)

Collimation

Determination of the region in the image where the interesting


data is at. On that region the image processing is applied..

Controller

Is connected ahead the laser recorder. The controller is


responsible for the image reception from the diagnostic
equipment, the image processing, layout of the images on the
film, and image transmission to the machine.

cPCI

compact Peripheral Component Interconnect bus system


used in CR85-X

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CPF file

Customization Parameter File; file that contains settings for


all parameters that can be modified to configure an ADC
System according to local needs.

CPU

Central Processing Unit.

CR

Computed Radiography

CR Quality System

Agfas CR Processing Station software

CU-Filter

Copper Filter, used for control of image quality

DAC

Digital Analog Converter

Decomposition

The original image is being split up in a set of bandpassfiltered images

Diagnostic Logger

Tool on ADC to keep a lot of reduced images with the


corresponding image data on the HD.

DICOM

Digital Imaging and COmmunications in Medicine;

Dose, x-ray dose

= kV x mA x sec see also Gy = Micro Gray

Dosimeter

Device to measure x-ray dose

DR

Direct Radiography

DRA

Direct Remote Access (external product name: AGFATEC


LINK)

Dynamic Range

Exposure range in which ADC can get usable image data.

Ethernet

A network standard for the hardware and data link levels.

FSE

Field Service Engineer

FTP

File Transfer Protocol.


The Internet service that transfers files from one computer to
another. (Program used for transmission of files in the
Internet)

Grid

to reduce scattered radiation


to increase sharpness

GSC

Global Support Center

GUI

Graphical User Interface

HT power supply

High Tension power supply

HCP

Hard Copy Printer

HDD

Hard Disk Drive

Heel Effect

inhomogeneous exposure

HiRes

High Resolution: pixel size = 100 micrometer

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HIS

Hospital Information System

Histogram

graphical display of the distribution of gray levels

HUB (Ethernet)

box to interconnect network hosts with Twisted Pair cable.


Also called concentrator.

HUB (in AGFA


devices)

Switchbox (Hard- or Software) which switches or multiplexes


different channels, e.g. AMDI and Service Channel.

I/O BUS

Input / Output BUS.


System consisting of a defined cable, cable connection, and
signal for the parallel transmission of control data. The
machine uses a bus system of 8 V level and 26 parallel lines.

ID Station

IDENTIFICATION Station

IMOS

IMAGE MONITOR SOFTWARE - succession for SMA

Internet

The global computer network, composed of thousands of


Wide Area Networks (WANs) and Local Area Networks
(LANs), that uses TCP/IP to provide world-wide
communication to homes, schools, businesses, and
governments. The World Wide Web runs on the Internet.

IP

for ADC: Image Plate (phosphor plate)

IP

Image Processing

IP

(Internet Protocol) Internet software that divides data into


packets for transmission over the Internet. Computers must
run IP to communicate across the Internet. See also TCP.

IP-Address

(Internet Protocol Address) The standard method which


identifies an internet connected computer.

Java

A general-purpose programming language created by Sun


Microsystems. Java can be used to create Java applets. A
Java program is downloaded from the Web server and
interpreted by a program running on the machine containing
the Web browser.

Java applet

A short program written in Java that is attached to a World


Wide Web page and executed by the browser machine.

JavaScript

A cross-platform, World Wide Web scripting language


developed by Netscape Communications. JavaScript code is
inserted directly into the HTML page.

LAN

Local Area Network. Network technology, designed to


connect computers over short distances. It is possible to
connect the LAN with the Internet or to make a configuration
into an intranet.

Laser

Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation:

LCD

Liquid Crystal Display

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LED

Light Emitting Diode; Semi conductor emitting light

Leeds Phantom

Image Plate to check the technical image quality of the ADC.


The Leeds Phantom was developed for Agfa by the
University of Leeds.

Low Pass Filtering

Butterworth filter in SAB board to eliminate frequencies >


250 kHz.

LUT

Look Up Table

MD Plate

AGFA MD Medium Definition Image Plate

MFA

Machine Factor A
Machine specific value indicating the photo multiplier
sensitivity
MFA is the log of the PM high voltage which results in a scan
average level SAL1800 at a given dose of 1mR (~20 Gy)
and a speed class 200

MFB

Machine Factor B

MIMOSA

Medical IMage Operating System Agfa; Agfa's workstation


operating software

MODEM

MODULATOR DEMODULATOR device to connect via


telephone line to another computer.

Monitor level

lowest software level on CPU (like BIOS on DOS systems)


stored on EEPROM
milli Rntgen, measure for x-ray dose

mR

1 mR corres. 8.7 Gy
MS-Board

Multy Supply Board; is part of the Power Unit, detects supply


voltage, controls the mechanical periphery of the digitizer and
protects the stepper motor boards.

MUSICA

MUltiple Scale Image Contrast Amplification;


Agfa's image processing software

Network location

In a URL, the unique name that identifies an Internet server.


A network location has two or more parts, separated by
periods, as in my.network.location. Also called host name and
Internet address.

Node

Nodes in the I/O bus system = printed circuit board in the I/O
bus.

Nullmodem

RS 232 (RS242) cable with crossed Transmit / Receive Line

NVE

Name value file editor; editor system for parameter

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NX

NX is Agfas new standalone CR Processing Station for:


image acquisition, identification, image processing and image
transmission of digitized images received from a digitizer
It prepares these images for diagnostic use and sends them
to a printer, an archive or a diagnostic station

OBERON board

CPU in Agfa digitizers, successor of ARIEL board

OLUT

Output Look-Up Table

OS

Operating System

Password

A text string that allows a user access to an Internet service,


if the service requires it.

Photomultiplier Tube Photo Multiplier Tube: opto electronical sensitive device to


convert light (laser emission) in current and with a I / V
(PMT)
Converter into voltage
Pixel

Scanning point on the film or plate. A maximum of 2048 per


line may be read by the Photomultiplier.

Preview Monitor

displays the image and the name of the patient.


This monitor enables to roughly check whether the exposure
was successful.

PRID

PREVIEW and ID Station, installed on one PC, used on older


CR systems, current CR QS systems use the ID viewer
software

PS

Processing Station

Pyramidal Image

Image file format of images on VIPS

Quantisation

compression of image files

RAM

Random Access Memory


volatile main memory of computers

RAM DISK

virtual harddisk simulated in the CPU main memory


Gemini RAM-Disk contains all the machine dependent
parameters, e.g. stepper motor steps, info counters

REM Tool

Debugging tool for AOS logfiles

Reset

Machine reset into a defined machine status. Various


checking routines are carried out during a reset.

RIS

Radiology Information System

ROI

Region Of Interest

ROM

Read Only Memory

RS232 interface

Serial interface which converts computer internal parallel


information into serial bits, and vice versa.

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Scan Average Level

SAL

Digitized photo multiplier signal of an average of several


hundred scanned lines
Range SAL0 SAL4095 (12bit)
SCP

SOFTCOPY Tool

SCSI

Small Computer Systems Interface interface to connect


peripherals to computers
(e.g. HDD, CD-ROM)

Server

A computer that shares its resources, such as printers and


files, with other computers on the network.

Service interface

RS232 standard interface for the connection of the Service


PC.

Shading Calibration

position dependent sensitivity calibration; calibration of each


pixel in a line

Shell

User Interface of the VME AOS

Slowscan direction

Transport Direction of Image Plate through the scan unit. The


stepper motor speed is calculated such that the distance
between two scan lines equals the distance between two
pixels in a line.

Speed Class (SC)

Dose=1mR + SC100 => D=1 above fog + base


A film-screen-system with speed class 100 which is exposed
with a dose of 1mR results in a density 1 above fog+base.

Square Root
Compression

Signal

N.

Method to quantisize Signal in 12 similar block sizes

Standard Res

Standard Resolution: pixel size = 150 micrometer

Subnet number

A part of the internet address which designates a subnet

TCP

Transmission Control Protocol. Internet networking software


that controls the transmission of packets of data over the
Internet. Among its tasks, TCP checks for lost packets, puts
the data from multiple packets into the correct order, and
requests that missing or damaged packets be resent.
Computers must run TCP to communicate with World Wide
Web servers.

TCP/IP

Transport Control Protocol / Internet Protocol. Common


Protocol for Networks. Used in the Internet

Text Field

Part of the film displaying patient, hospital and image


processing information

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UI

User Interface; part of a computer program that handles


interaction with the user.

UPS

Uninterruptible Power Supply

URL

Uniform Resource Locator; address code for multimedia


documents.

UTP - cable

Unshielded Twisted Pair (Network transfer medium) cable.


Cable to connect to a computer network.

VIPS

Viewing and Image Processing Station


Unix based Processing Station

W/L

Window and Leveling of digital images.

X-Rite densitometer

Automatic density measuring instrument manufactured by XRite.

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