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Suprasetter 74/105 - Operation

Suprasetter 74/105
Operation

Edition September 2005


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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Before You Start ...


Technical Remarks on Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VII
Correct Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VII
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VII
Power Switch with Emergency Stop Function . . . . . . . . . . . VII
Emergency Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VIII
On/Off button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VIII
Laser Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IX
Service and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IX
Safety Loop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X
ESD Protective Measures for Prepress Systems and Users . X
Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X
Formation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XI
Practical Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XI
Standards/Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XII
About This Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XII
Prerequisites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XIII
Further Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XIII
Symbols and Styles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XIII
Important Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XIV
Any Comments on this Documentation? . . . . . . . . . . . . XIV
HEIDELBERG online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . XV

1 Introduction
Description of the Unit and its Functions . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Status LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
On/Off button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Power switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Punch Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5

2 Notes on Installation
Installing the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Connecting the Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1

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Table of Contents ABC

Automatic Cutouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3


Software Installation (Container Version) . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
Updating the Software for the Recorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Saving a Backup of the Recorder Configuration . . . . . . 2-7
Selecting the User Interface Language . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8

3 Operation
Switching on the Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Manual Startup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Automatic Startup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Switching Off the Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Shutdown using the User Interface on the Workstation . . . 3-3
Shutdown with the On/Off Button on the Device . . . . . . . . 3-3
Material Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Material storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Manual Loading of a Printing Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Removing a Printing Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
Switching on an Automatic Cutout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11

4 Service and Maintenance


General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Cleaning the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Cleaning the Cleaning Rollers on the Imaging Drum and
Insertion Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Removing the Punch Waste . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
Changing the air filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13

5 Technical Data
Protection and Safety Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
Laser safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
Mechanical Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Electrical Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4

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Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4


Interference Emission (Stray Radiation and Interference
Voltage) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Interference Immunity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Radio Interference Suppression . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Approvals and Conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Disposal of the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
General Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
Harmful Substances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
Disposal of Glysantin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Recyclable Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Dismantling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
Disposal Instructions for Chiller P107-13188 . . . . . . . . . . . 5-20
Labels on the Suprasetter 74/105 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-21

6 Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Central Call Desk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Problem Report for Customers and Service Technicians . . 6-1

Index

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Before You Start ...

Technical Remarks on Safety


This device complies with the safety regulations of
the standards and specifications listed in the "Techni-
cal Data" chapter.

Correct Use
The Suprasetter 74/105 is a laser imagesetter for imag-
ing offset printing plates and may only be used for
this purpose as described in the customer documen-
tation.
Do not place any objects or liquids on the device.
Ventilation outlets must be kept clear at all times.

General
The Suprasetter 74/105 is to be installed by authorized
service personnel only. The ambient conditions must
be observed.
Warning: Unauthorized opening of of any parts of the

3 casing not specifically referred to in the operating


manual and inexpert repairs can lead to considerable
danger for the user.
Service work may only be performed by authorized
personnel trained for this purpose. The respective
accident prevention regulations must be observed at
all times.
Non-observance of accident prevention regulations
can lead to the loss of accident insurance cover.

Power Switch with Emergency Stop Function


The Suprasetter 74/105 is fully cut off from the power
supply by the power switch (red rotary switch).

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Before You Start ... ABC

The power switch (red rotary switch) triggers a four-


pole cut-off of the Suprasetter 74/105 and the SCL 74/
102 from the power supply. In an emergency, this
power switch is used as an emergency stop switch for
the Suprasetter 74/105 and the SCL 74/102.

Emergency Switch
All mechanical motions in the device are stopped and
the invisible laser beam is switched off when the
emergency switch is used. Use this switch in cases of
emergency. It is located behind the upper left side
panel.

On/Off button
The Suprasetter 74/105 is only de-energized by the On/
Off button.
All connectors and outlets of the service line must be
easily accessible at all times because you must fully
disconnect the device from the power supply, for
example, in hazardous situations, by using the power
switch or pulling out the power connector.
When connecting or disconnecting the power cable,
only ever hold the cable at the plug and make sure
that your hands are not wet. A damaged power cable
can cause leakage currents and electric shocks. Pro-
tect the power cable from being damaged. Never place
any heavy objects upon it and do not allow it to get
jammed.

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Laser Safety
The Laser Imagesetter is a Class 1 laser product.
This means that the invisible laser radiation pro-
duced in the unit is shielded by means of protective
covers.
If used as directed, the user is never exposed to dan-
ger from the laser beam.
The laser systems used in the Suprasetter 74/105 are
Class 4 products (> 500 mW).
Companies which are servicing the device in Ger-
many must appoint a laser safety officer in accor-
dance with the Accident Prevention Regulations (BGV
B2) from the Professional Trade Association.
Servicing may only be carried out by Heidelberg
personnel who have been trained by appropriate
laser protection officers for this purpose.

Service and Maintenance


Service work may only be carried out by persons
authorized by Heidelberg.
The respective accident prevention regulations must
be observed at all times.
Warning: Never remove covers or any other parts of

3 the casing except for the work described in the "Ser-


vice and Maintenance" and "Troubleshooting" chap-
ters. When doing so, keep to the stipulated sequence
of operations.
If you do not, the invisible laser beam may cause inju-
ries to eyes and skin and/or you may suffer a fatal elec-
tric shock.

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Warning: You may be exposed to dangerous radiation

3 by the invisible laser beam if you use operating or


adjustment equipment other than those mentioned
in this documentation or if you follow other working
procedures.
When carrying out work as described in the customer
documentation, the user must always adhere to the
operating process stipulated. Protection from the
invisible laser beam is ensured by covers or safety
loops.
The use of laser protection glasses is not in the plans
as correct operation eliminates the need for these.

Safety Loop
For your safety, the output device is equipped with a
safety loop. If the safety loop is interrupted, e.g. by
removing the insertion table, all mechanical motions
are stopped and the invisible laser beam is switched
off in the exposure head.
This safety system must never be bridged as otherwise
you are in danger of being injured by the invisible
laser beam, of being crushed by the optics carriage or
being fatally injured by an electric shock.

ESD Protective Measures for Prepress Systems and Users

Basics
Devices from Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG are
resistant to electrostatic discharges (within the limits
of EN 55024:2001).
In order to protect devices and users from being
unnecessarily exposed to such discharges, we have
listed a few tips below that will help reduce the fre-
quency and intensity of the discharges.

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Formation
In a prepress environment, this physical phenome-
non occurs most frequently as a result of triboelec-
tricity. In such cases, electrostatic charges are gener-
ated when bodies that have close contact are
separated.
Examples:
0
Walking across non-conductive (insulating) floor-
ing (e.g. synthetic floor covering)
0
Removing the slip sheet from the plate
0
Getting up off a seat
The intensity of these charges is determined basically
by the following parameters:
0
Humidity
0
Roughness of the material surface
0
Pressure/space when in contact
0
Conductivity of the materials

Practical Tips
The following practical tips are to help reduce the
number and intensity of electrostatic discharges
when handling the devices:
0
Install the devices in rooms that have conductive
floor covering.
0
Resistance to ground < 1x109 ohms (IEC/EN 61340-
-5). Synthetic carpeting does not comply with this
requirement in the majority of cases. Pure con-
crete flooring generally has a low volume resis-
tance. If you have non-conductive floor covering,
the use of ESD mats placed on the operator side of
the devices is recommended. These mats can be

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obtained from suppliers. However, in such a case,


existing charges are only slowly reduced depend-
ing on the shoes that the personnel wear. For per-
sonal safety, the resistance of floor to ground
should not fall below 105 ohms.
0
The humidity at the installation site should not
fall below 45% relative humidity. High air humid-
ity is a decisive factor in preventing the formation
of electrostatic charges. For example, a relative
humidity of 10 - 20% will produce 35,000 V when
crossing a carpet. This value drops to 1,500 V with
a relative air humidity of 65 - 90%.
0
Clothing where cotton material is >50%.
0
Conductive seating.
0
ESD shoes that can be obtained from suppliers and
are used on conductive flooring help further to
reduce charges when walking across floor cover-
ings.

Standards/Sources
More details on this subject can be found in the fol-
lowing source:
0
IEC / EN 61340-5 (Protection of electronic devices
from electrostatic phenomena - General Require-
ments)

About This Documentation


This documentation is intended as a reference work
for the operator during training courses and in oper-
ation.
Note: The documentation must be kept safely for
2 future use right up to the disposal of the device.
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Prerequisites
The user, having attended a training course, should
be familiar with the Suprasetter 74/105.

Further Documentation
You will find additional information in the following
documentation:
0
MetaDimension - User's Guide/Workflow
0
Prinect Printready System - User's Guide/Workflow

Symbols and Styles


The following typographical conventions are used in
this manual:
0
Cross-references to other chapters and sections are
underlined and, on the monitor, blue.
Example:
See section Symbols and Styles.
0
Quotes are used to indicate menus, folders, names
of functions, hardware conditions, switch set-
tings, system messages, etc.
Example:
Set the switch to "off".
0
Menus, functions and submenus are separated
from one another by a ">".
Example:
Select "File > Open..."
0
A plus sign is used to indicate that several keys
have to be pressed at the same time.
Example:
Press Alt+A.

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0
„V" in front of a word indicates that it is explained
in the Glossary.

Important Information
Important information in the text is marked by sym-
bols which indicate the following:
Warning:

3 Contains information that must be taken into consid-


eration to protect the user from injury.
Attention: Contains information that must be taken

1 into consideration to prevent damage to hardware or


software.
Note: Contains important general or supplementary
2 information about a specific topic.
Prerequisites: This text contains requirements which
5 must be fulfilled before the steps which follow can be
performed.

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Suprasetter 74/105 – Operation XV


ABC Introduction

1 Introduction

Description of the Unit and its Functions


The Suprasetter 74/105 is a high-speed, PostScript™-
compatible, computer-to-plate imaging device.
It images thermal printing plates in daylight opera-
tion.
The Suprasetter 74/105 receives screened data from
the RIP for imaging onto printing plates. The printing
plates are placed manually on the insertion table or
loaded by the Single Cassette Loader. The Suprasetter
74/105 automatically loads the printing plate onto
the drum, images it, punches it (option) and then
transports the imaged plate back to the insertion
table or, if an online processor is connected, directly
to the processor.

Load buttons

On/Off button
Insertion table
Power switch

Status LEDs

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Status LEDs
The following actions of the Suprasetter 74/105 are
indicated by the status LEDs:

Position of the status LEDs


left right Action
Startup:
The device starts the software and initializes
the hardware.
The status LEDS are like level indicators filling
up from bottom to top, running parallel on
both sides, until normal operation is reached.
Standby:
The device is ready to image a plate but is not
busy imaging at that moment.
All LEDs light up.

Normal operation:
The device is presently imaging a plate or other-
wise busy, for example, it is unloading a plate to
the online processor or loading a plate from the
Autoloader.
The top LEDs flash synchronously.

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Error:
An error occurred that must be eliminated by
the user.
The LEDs on each level flash, alternating
between left and right. A beep also indicates
the error status.
The user must go to the GUI of the device to
learn more details about the error.
Waiting:
The device is waiting for something within it
(e.g. until the operating temperature is
reached) or is waiting for a connected device
(online processor or the cassette loader).
The top LEDs flash alternately. A brief beep is
also heard if an operator intervention is
required.
Waiting for a plate:
The user is prompted to insert the required
plate.
The bottom LEDs flash synchronously. A brief
beep is also heard.

Plate ready to be removed:


Output of an imaged plate is announced
approx. 3 seconds before by a beep. In addition,
the middle LEDs flash synchronously.
If the plate is output a brief beep is heard again,
indicating that the plate can be removed.

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On/Off button
The On/Off button allows you to:
0
switch on the Suprasetter 74/105, see
section Switching on the Device, page 3–1.
0
switch off the Suprasetter 74/105, see
section Switching Off the Device, page 3–3.
0
switch off the beep that sounds, for example, after
a malfunction occurs.

Power switch
You can disconnect the device fully from the power
supply with the power switch, for example, for main-
tenance work. You can switch on the device only
when the power switch is set to 'I'.

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Punch Systems
As an option, you can equip your Suprasetter 74/105
with different punch systems.
The punches are located within the device. They
punch the printing plate after exposure before finally
unloading the plate.

Max. number of
Max. number of punches per
Device punch systems system
Suprasetter 74 3 6
Suprasetter 105 4 8

The following punch gaps are possible:


0
220 mm gap for QM 46
0
425 mm gap for GTO and SM 52/74
0
550 mm gap for Komori
0
780 mm gap for SM 102
(Suprasetter 105 only)
0 830 mm gap for Komori 44
(Suprasetter 105 only)

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2 Notes on Installation

Installing the unit


The Suprasetter 74/105 may only be installed by
authorized service personnel. The ambient condi-
tions must be observed.
Because the installation site must have clean condi-
tions, the Suprasetter 74/105 may not be operated in
sites where paper is being printed or paper finishing
devices are running.
The floor at the installation site must be even and
firm.
Make sure that the device is installed at a sufficient
distance from walls and other objects to ensure ade-
quate ventilation and proper servicing.
For minimum distances, see the drawings at the end
of the Kapitel Technical Data.
The device should not be installed near air-condition-
ing equipment and must be protected from humidity
and direct sunlight.
Note: The initial installation is performed by service
2 personnel. This includes lifting the device off the pal-
let and removing the transport safeguards.

Connecting the Device


Warning: The connecting cables may only be con-

3 nected by authorized qualified personnel and with


the power off. Connect the connecting cables before
you connect the power cables of the front-end device
and of the Suprasetter 74/105. Make sure that the
cables and hoses are routed so that you do not trip
over them.
Attention: Only use shielded cables for compliance
1 with radio interference suppression regulations.

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Notes on Installation ABC

Connection to the power supply is with a 5-pin con-


nector or is permanent. The power cable must be
designed for connection to 200 - 240 V AC. The respec-
tive national regulations must be observed when con-
necting the device using power cables not provided
by Heidelberg or when using adapted connectors.
The unit may only be operated if a grounded connec-
tor is installed.
In the USA and Canada, power supply cables must at
least comply with type SJT.
Warning: Connectors and outlets of the service line

3 must be easily accessible as the device has to be com-


pletely disconnected from the power supply by using
the power switch or by pulling out the power connec-
tor, for example, in hazardous situations. The in-
house installation socket must be placed at least 60
cm above the ground.
Warning: The power switch triggers a four-pole cut-off

3 of the device from the power supply and the device is


then dead, except for the power cable connection up
to this switch.
Connection to various supply circuits is implemented
by different distributor connectors in the power pack
of the Suprasetter 74/105. Connection of the device to
the power supply may only be performed by autho-
rized qualified personnel.

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Notes on connecting the power cable:


2 For a 200 V - 240 V AC connection, the following
power cable must be used for a permanent connec-
tion or for the connector type shown below.
Mains
Type of Connector Country Regulations Type of Cable
voltage
Europe 200 - 240 V IEC 83 <HAR> H05VV-F
250V / 16A 5 x 2.5 mm2 or AWG12/
SJT/VW1
USA
only for USA/Canada:
240V / 32A length max. 4.5 m

Line

IEC 309
Type B (CEE)

Automatic Cutouts
The automatic cutouts are located behind the right
side panel. When an automatic cutout is triggered,
please proceed as described in the Abschnitt Switch-
ing on an Automatic Cutout, Seite 3–11. Repairs
should only be carried out by service personnel.

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Notes on Installation ABC

Software Installation (Container Version)


Requirements:
0 The Suprasetter 74/105 as well as the workstation
are switched on and ready for operation.
0 All Windows applications were run down.
0 Attention: A backup of the recorder configuration

1 is saved, see the Abschnitt Saving a Backup of the


Recorder Configuration, Seite 2–7.
Operation:
1. Insert the Suprasetter 74/105 installation CD into the
CD-ROM drive.
With Autorun being activated the setup starts auto-
matically.
2. If Autorun is disabled, you can start the setup by dou-
ble-clicking "Setup.exe". The "CTP User Interface
Setup" window appears.
3. Click "Next". The "Choose Destination Location" win-
dow displays.
4. Select the appropriate path by clicking the "Browse"
button. You can also use the suggested path.
5. Click "Next". The "Select Program Folder" window
appears.
6. Choose one of the folders from the folder list, enter a
new folder name or use the already suggested folder.
7. Click "Next", the "Select Com Port" window displays.
8. In the "Select Com Port" window, select the Com port
the Suprasetter 74/105 is connected to.
9. Click "Next". The "Start Copying Files" window dis-
plays.

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10. Click "Next". The installation procedure is executed.


You will see the "Install Shield Wizard Complete" win-
dow at the end of the installation procedure.
11. Click "Finish". This completes installation.
12. To start the Suprasetter 74/105 user interface, select
"Start > Programs > Heidelberg > CTP User Interface"
or use the previously set path.

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Notes on Installation ABC

Updating the Software for the Recorder


After having installed the Container version on the
workstation, you need to update the software for the
recorder.
Requirements:
0
The Suprasetter 74/105 as well as the workstation
are switched on and ready for operation.
0
The Suprasetter 74/105 GUI was started.
Operation:
1. Click the "Change to Administration" button (wrench
icon).
2. Select "Software" in the vertical menu bar.
3. Select the "Software Update" tab.
4. Select the currently installed Container version from
the "Container Selection" list.
5. Click "Apply". The software update is started after the
user's acceptance of the confirmation request.
Attention: The update lasts approx. 30 minutes. You

1 may not switch off the recorder while the update is


running.
6. Confirm the end-of-update message with "OK".

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Saving a Backup of the Recorder Configuration


Requirements:
0 The Suprasetter 74/105 as well as the workstation
are switched on and ready for operation.
0 The Suprasetter 74/105 GUI was started.
Operation:
1. Click the "Switch to Administration" button (wrench
icon).
2. Select "Software" in the vertical menu bar.
3. Select the "Backup" tab.
4. Select "Save Configuration".
5. Click "Apply".
The recorder configuration is saved to the following
directory:
C:\Programs\Heidelberg\CTP User Interface\pack-
age\files\backup\recorder <serial no.>

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Notes on Installation ABC

Selecting the User Interface Language


1. Click the "Change to Device" button.
2. Select "Options" in the vertical menu bar.
3. Select the "Miscellaneous" dialog tab.
4. Select the language you want in "Language".
5. Click "Apply". The user interface switches over to the
selected language.

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3 Operation

Switching on the Device

Manual Startup
Prerequisites:
5 There is no printing plate on the insertion table.
Operation:
1. Switch the power switch to I.
2. Press the On/Off button on the Suprasetter 74/105 as
far down as it will go before releasing it.
This switches on the device, but it needs approx.
another 30 minutes to reach its operating tempera-
ture.
Apart from inserting and removing the printing
plates, the device is operated at the workstation.

On/Off button

Power switch

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Operation ABC

Automatic Startup
Note: When switched on, the Suprasetter 74/105
2 needs approx. 30 minutes to reach its operating tem-
perature. For that reason, it has an automatic startup
mechanism that can be used to switch on the device
at defined periods, for example, a half an hour before
shift work starts. The startup time is set at the work-
station.
Prerequisites:
5 0
The power switch of the Suprasetter 74/105 is set
to 'I'.
0
The Suprasetter 74/105 GUI is running.
Operation:
1. Click the "Device" button in the Suprasetter 74/105
GUI.
2. Click "Configuration" in the vertical menu bar.
3. Select the "Timer" tab.
4. Select "Switch on Timer".
5. Set the startup cycle you want in "Schedule" in the
"Settings" box.
6. Set the switch-on time you want in "Start Time" in the
"Settings" box.
Note: If you selected "Once" in "Schedule", you can also
2 set the startup day in addition to the start time in
"Schedule Once".
7. Click "Apply". The startup time is saved and the Supra-
setter 74/105 will switch itself on at this time.

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ABC Operation

Switching Off the Device


There are two ways to switch off the device:
0 Shutdown using the user interface on the worksta-
tion.
0 Shutdown with the On/Off button on the device.
Attention: At all times keep to the shutdown order

1 described here. The device can be damaged on the


inside if you switch it off directly with the power
switch.

Shutdown using the User Interface on the Workstation


1. Click the "Switch off recorder" button in the Supraset-
ter 74/105 GUI. The "Confirmation" window displays.
2. Click "Yes" in the "Confirmation" window. The device
is switched off.
3. Switch the power switch to '0'.

Shutdown with the On/Off Button on the Device


1. Press and hold the On/Off button (approx. 3 seconds)
until you hear a signal. Release the On/Off button and
immediately press it again. The unit is switched off.
Note: You must repeat the shutdown procedure from
2 the start if the beep sounds for a second time before
you have pressed the On/Off button for a second time.
2. Switch the power switch to '0'.

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Operation ABC

On/Off button

Power switch

Note: The power switch must be at 'I' if the Supraset-


2 ter 74/105 is to be started automatically, e.g. before
shift work starts.

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ABC Operation

Material Handling
Observe the following when handling printing
plates:
0 Plate edges can be sharp. Put on protective gloves.
This will protect you from injury.
0 Never touch the emulsion side of the printing
plate with your bare hands. Finger prints will
appear on the printing plate which can adversely
affect the print quality.
0
The printing plates are very easily scratched. For
that reason, it is essential to insert slip sheets
when you place printing plates on top of each
other, so that they cannot scrape against each
other.

Material storage
For the storage of printing plates
0
prior to exposure,
0
after exposure and
0
after development,
various requirements apply which can be obtained
from the manufacturer of the printing plates.

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Operation ABC

Manual Loading of a Printing Plate


Note: You can only load a printing plate to the device
2 ifthetheloadlowerbuttons
part of the two status LEDs is flashing and
are lit. The insertion rollers first
open for you to load a printing plate. This is accompa-
nied by a brief beep.

Load buttons are lit

Lower part is flashing

Warning: Plate edges can be sharp. Failure to wear

3 protective gloves can result in injuries to your hands.

1. Put on protective gloves.


2. Take the requested printing plate from the packag-
ing.
3. Remove all slip sheets or packaging materials which
may stick to the plate.

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Warning: Carefully remove all slip sheets or packag-

3 ing materials from both sides of the printing plate


before loading it into the Suprasetter 74/105. The
laser beam can ignite the material and cause a fire in
the Suprasetter 74/105.
4. Center the printing plate (± 30 mm) on the insertion
table with the emulsion side facing up.

5. Push the plate into the device until you can see the
rear edge of the plate at the scale on the insertion
table.

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Operation ABC

6. Press one of the two load buttons. The plate is loaded


to the device. This is accompanied by a brief beep.

Load buttons

Note: The device loads the plate and checks at what


2 angle it is. The plate is immediately transported back
to the insertion table if it was too askew when
inserted. Three beeps are heard and the load buttons
flash. You must repeat loading with the plate
straightened.
Note: The device checks the length of the plate if it
2 was inserted at a straight angle. The plate is immedi-
ately transported back to the insertion table if the
wrong length was detected. Three beeps are heard
and the load buttons flash. You must remove the
plate from the device and repeat loading using a plate
with the correct length.

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ABC Operation

Removing a Printing Plate


After imaging, the printing plate will be ready for
unloading above the insertion table.
Note: You will hear a beep approx. 3 seconds before an
2 imaged plate appears. In addition, the middle LEDs
flash synchronously.
When the plate is output, you will hear a brief beep
again, indicating that the plate can now be removed.
Warning: Plate edges can be sharp. Failure to wear

3 protective gloves can result in injuries to your hands.

1. Put on protective gloves.


2. Remove the printing plate from the device for further
processing.

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Operation ABC

Troubleshooting
In the case of a malfunction, you will hear a beep
from the Suprasetter 74/105, and the GUI displays an
error message.
1. Click the "Error messages" button. The following help
information is displayed:
0 Error code
0 Description of error
0
Error remedy
2. Follow the instructions to eliminate the error.
Click the "Correct error" button. This action returns
the Suprasetter 74/105 to its initial status and the
function which was interrupted by the error can be
repeated.
Attention: If you hear unusual noises during an error

1 correction that you run following an incorrectly


loaded plate to the drum, do not switch off the
recorder. Wait until the error correction is finished.
Canceling the error correction causes the device to be
set to an undefined state that can only be eliminated
by the service support.

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ABC Operation

Switching on an Automatic Cutout


You must switch on an automatic cutout again after
you eliminated the malfunction that triggered this
cutout. Proceed as follows:
1. Remove the right-hand side panel.
The key-operated switch which is now visible may
only be operated by service personnel and not by
the operator. The safety loop is closed via the key-
operated switch and, as a result, the user is in danger
of being crushed or suffering an electric shock.

Side panel

2. Switch on the automatic cutout that was triggered.

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Operation ABC

Automatic cutouts (5x) F5

3. Please inform your maintenance service if you cannot


switch on an automatic cutout again so that this mal-
function can be remedied.
Note: Automatic cutout F5 remains switched off if you
2 do not use an autoloader.
4. Put the side panel back on.

Side panel

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ABC Service and Maintenance

4 Service and Maintenance

General
The unit does not contain any parts within the hous-
ing which require servicing by the user.
Exception: See the Abschnitt Cleaning the Cleaning
Rollers on the Imaging Drum and Insertion Table,
Seite 4–2, Abschnitt Removing the Punch Waste,
Seite 4–8 and Abschnitt Changing the air filter,
Seite 4–13.
Warning: Unauthorized opening or improper repairs

3 can lead to considerable danger for the user.


Service work may only be performed by authorized
personnel specialized in this field.
The relevant accident prevention regulations must be
observed at all times.
Failure to observe the safety regulations may result in
the loss of accident insurance!

Cleaning the unit


Warning: If cleaning the device involves the use of liq-

3 uids, the device must be disconnected from the power


supply by pulling out the power connector on the ser-
vice tap or by switching it off with the power switch.
The surfaces of the unit can be cleaned using a dry
cloth.
If the device is very dirty, it can be cleaned with a
damp cloth which has been dipped in dish-washing
liquid and well wrung.
Ensure that no fluids enter the interior of the device
and keep moisture away from the connections on the
rear of the device.
Do not use any abrasive cleaning agents or solvents.

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Service and Maintenance ABC

Cleaning the Cleaning Rollers on the Imaging Drum and Insertion


Table
A message prompts the user to clean the cleaning roll-
ers.
Cleaning cycle: every 1000 plates
Cleaning agents:
Water, sponge, sponge cloth, lint-free cloth
1. In the Suprasetter 74/105 user interface, click the
"Open Cover" button in "Administration > Mainte-
nance > Monitoring". The insertion table is released.
Note: The "Open Cover" button is only enabled if no
2 imaging is running, i.e. the imaging drum must not
be moving. The recorder is set to an error state if you
click the "Open Cover" button.
2. Pull the insertion table towards you by its upper edge.

Insertion table

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3. Lift the insertion table out of the device and place it


carefully on a table.

Attention: Do not touch the punch motors and their

1 pcbs that you can now see. They do not present any
hazard to the user because unlocking the insertion
table makes them dead, but they could be damaged.
4. Remove the punch waste container from the device.

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Service and Maintenance ABC

Punch motors

Punch waste container

5. Open the tilting lever stoppers on both bearings of


the cleaning roller

Cleaning roller

Open tilting lever stoppers on left and right

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6. Remove the cleaning roller from the unit. Make sure


that the roller does not become damaged when doing
so.
7. Clean the cleaning roller with a damp sponge or
sponge cloth.
Attention: Do not use any abrasive or scratching

1 cleaning agents or equipment.


Do not clean the cleaning roller with running water
because rust may form on the bearings.
8. Dry the cleaning roller with a lint-free cloth.
9. Insert the cleaning roller back in the device. Make
sure that the roller is seated properly in the bearings
and is not damaged.
10. Close the tilting lever stoppers on both bearings of
the cleaning roller Make sure that the stoppers are
engaged.

Cleaning roller

Close tilting lever stoppers on left and right

11. Refit the punch waste container.

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Service and Maintenance ABC

Punch waste container

12. Clean the cleaning roller on the insertion table with


a damp sponge or sponge cloth.
Attention: Do not use any abrasive or scratching

1 cleaning agents or equipment.

13. Dry the cleaning roller with a lint-free cloth.

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14. Place the lower edge of the insertion table into the
guide.

Insertion table

15. Press the insertion table away from you until the no-
work magnets catch.

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Service and Maintenance ABC

16. In the Suprasetter 74/105 user interface, go to "Admin-


istration > Maintenance > Monitoring" and click the
box in the "Cleaning Rollers" row in the "Maintenance
Completed" column. The number of plates in the
"Next Maintenance" column is reset to its initial
value.
17. Click "Apply" and confirm the query with "Yes". The
maintenance interval for cleaning the cleaning roll-
ers starts from the beginning.
18. Run a troubleshooting routine to eliminate the error
state of the recorder, see the Abschnitt Troubleshoot-
ing, Seite 3–10.

Removing the Punch Waste


If your Suprasetter 74/105 has an optional punch, a
message will request you at certain intervals to
remove the punch waste. In such a case, proceed as
follows:
Maintenance interval: 2000 punches
1. In the Suprasetter 74/105 user interface, click the
"Open Cover" button in "Administration > Mainte-
nance > Monitoring". The insertion table is released.
Note: The "Open Cover" button is only enabled if no
2 imaging is running, i.e. the imaging drum must not
be moving. The recorder is set to an error state if you
click the "Open Cover" button.
2. Pull the insertion table towards you by its upper edge.

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Insertion table

3. Lift the insertion table out of the device and place it


carefully beside the device.

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Service and Maintenance ABC

Attention: Do not touch the punch motors and their

1 pcbs that you can now see. They do not present any
hazard to the user because unlocking the insertion
table makes them dead, but they could be damaged.
4. Remove the punch waste containers from the device
and empty them.
Attention: Punch waste may not be disposed of as

1 household waste. Dispose of the punch waste


together with any printing plates you no longer need
at your local waste disposal company.

Punch motors

Punch waste container

5. Refit the punch waste container.

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ABC Service and Maintenance

6. Place the lower edge of the insertion table into the


guide.

Insertion table

7. Press the insertion table away from you until the no-
work magnets catch.

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Service and Maintenance ABC

8. In the Suprasetter 74/105 user interface, go to "Admin-


istration > Maintenance > Monitoring" and click the
box in the "Punch Waste" row in the "Maintenance
Completed" column. The number of punches in the
"Next Maintenance" column is reset to its initial
value.
9. Click "Apply" and confirm the query with "Yes". The
maintenance interval for removing the punch waste
starts from the beginning.
10. Run a troubleshooting routine to eliminate the error
state of the recorder, see the Abschnitt Troubleshoot-
ing, Seite 3–10.

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ABC Service and Maintenance

Changing the air filter


A message prompts the user to change the air filter.
Maintenance interval: 1000 hours
Filter mat order number: PL.517.0501
1. Remove the right-hand side panel.
Warning: The key-operated switch which is now visi-

3 ble may only be operated by service personnel and


not by the operator. The safety loop is closed via the
key-operated switch and, as a result, the user is in
danger of being crushed or suffering an electric
shock.

Side panel

2. Pull off the cover of the air filter casing.

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Service and Maintenance ABC

Cover

3. Put on protective gloves because of the dirty filter.


4. Remove the air filter from the filter casing and
replace it with a new one.

Air filter

Attention: The coated side must face the inside of the

1 device.

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ABC Service and Maintenance

5. Dispose of the old air filter as general commercial


waste. Contact your local waste disposal company for
more details about disposal procedures.
6. Place the cover back on the filter casing.

Cover

7. Put the side panel back on.

Side panel

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Service and Maintenance ABC

8. In the Suprasetter 74/105 user interface, go to "Admin-


istration > Maintenance > Monitoring" and click the
box in the "Air Filter" row in the "Maintenance Com-
pleted" column. The number of hours in the "Next
Maintenance" column is reset to its initial value.
9. Click "Apply" and confirm the query with "Yes". The
maintenance interval for changing the air filter starts
from the beginning.

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ABC Technical Data

5 Technical Data

Dimensions
Suprasetter 74 Width 1,830 mm
Depth: 1,494 mm
Height 1,536 mm
Suprasetter 105 Width 2,150 mm
Depth: 1,494 mm
Height 1,536 mm
Weight
Suprasetter 74 approx. 850 kg
Suprasetter 105 approx. 990 kg
Power supply voltage 200 V – 240 V Three-phase connection
Frequency 50/60 Hz
Rated Operation Current 3 x 10 A Three-phase connection
Power consumption < 3000 W
approx.
Heat Radiation 11000 kJ/h
Compressed air connection max. 8000 hPa/
120 PSI
Ambient conditions Temperature +17°C to +30°C
(operation)
Air pressure 700 mbar to 1060 mbar
Relative humidity 40 % to 70 %
non-condensing
Ambient conditions Temperature -10°C to +50°C
(Transport)

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Technical Data ABC

Air pressure 250 mbar to 1060 mbar


Relative humidity 10 % to 85 %
non-condensing
Noise emission < 65 dB (A) workplace-related value
Print plate sizes
Suprasetter 74 Max. 680 mm x 750 mm
Min. 370 mm x 323 mm
Suprasetter 105 Max. 930 mm x 1,140 mm
Min. 370 mm x 323 mm
Plate thickness 0.15 mm to 0.3 mm
Resolution 1000 Pixel/cm (2540 dpi)

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ABC Technical Data

Protection and Safety Requirements

Standards
This unit complies with the safety regulations of the
standards listed below.

General
GPSG (law regarding safety when (Germany)
working with technical equipment
and consumer products)
98/37/EC Machinery Directive (Europe)
73/23/EEC Low Voltage Directive (Europe)
89/336/EEC EMC Directive (Europe)

Laser safety
Please refer to the label overview at the end of this
chapter for laser labels and their positions.
BGV B2 (Germany)
EN 60825-1 (Europe)
IEC 60825-1 (International)
21 CFR 1040 (USA)

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Technical Data ABC

Mechanical Safety
98/37/EC Machinery Directive (Europe)
EN ISO 12100 (Europe)
prEN1010 (Europe)
ICE 68-2-6 (International)
ICE 68-2-27 (International)

Electrical Safety
EN 60204-1 (Europe)
IEC 60204-1 (International)
EN 60950-1 (Europe)
IEC 60950-1 (International)
UL 60950-1 (USA)
CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1 (Canada)

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)


EMVG Law regarding electromag- (Germany)
netic compatibility of technical
equipment
89/336/EEC EMC Directive (Europe)

Interference Emission (Stray Radiation and Interference Voltage)


EN 55022: 2003, threshold value B (Europe)
CISPR 22: 2002, Class B (International)
FCC CFR 47, Part 15, Subpart B, (USA)
Class A
ICES-003, Class A (Canada)
EN 61000-3-2: 2000 (Europe)
EN 61000-3-3: 2001 (Europe)
AS / ZNS 3548 Australia/New
Zealand

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ABC Technical Data

Interference Immunity
EN 61000-6-2: 2001 (Europe)
EN 55024: 2003 (Europe)
CISPR 24: 2001 (International)

Radio Interference Suppression


Note for users in Europe: To comply with directive 89/
336/EEC, it is necessary to operate the scanner with
all covers correctly installed.
Ensure compliance with the radio interference sup-
pression regulations, when you connect other electri-
cal equipment to this unit by following the instruc-
tions given by the manufacturer of this equipment,
regarding correct installation and maintenance.
Adherence to radio interference suppression regula-
tions can be assumed when the additional device in
question is marked with the European Union mark of
conformity (CE) and the instructions for installation,
operation and service are followed.

Approvals and Conformity


GS (Germany)
CE: Declaration of Conformity (Europe)
ETL (USA)
CDRH: Accession-No. (submitted) (USA)
cETL (Canada)
GOST-R (Russia)
ACN 004 395 779 (Australia)

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Technical Data ABC

Disposal of the unit


The regulations of the respective region must be
observed during the disposal of the unit.
The unit contains harmful substances. It must be
handed over to an approved waste disposal company
and not be disposed of as household waste. Addresses
can be obtained from the relevant environmental
office.
The details of this disposal description are made to
the best of our knowledge. They do not release per-
sons disposing of the unit from their obligation to
observe the regulations and legal provisions applica-
ble at the time of disposal.

General Dimensions
Size of the device (width, depth, height):
8-up: 2,150 mm x 1,494 mm x 1,536 mm
4-up: 1,830 mm x 1,494 mm x 1,536 mm
Weight of the device:
8-up: approx. 990 kg
4-up: approx. 850 kg

Harmful Substances
The table below lists the parts that contain harmful
substances and, therefore, must be disposed of or
recycled separately.
The positions of such parts in the device can be found
in the graphics below.

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ABC Technical Data

Image No.
Description Harmful Substances (Pos.)
Electronics box
Various pcbs Tetrabrombisphenol, lead, etc. 7 (19)
Power supply module Tetrabrombisphenol, lead, etc.
Servo control Tetrabrombisphenol, lead, etc. 6 (25)
Laser power supply module Tetrabrombisphenol, lead, etc.
Pilot lamps (2 pcs) Tetrabrombisphenol, lead, etc. 1 (24)
Connection pcb for laser mod- Tetrabrombisphenol, lead, etc. 8 (23)
ule
PCBs in punches Tetrabrombisphenol, lead, etc. 3 (13)
Light barrier pcbs Tetrabrombisphenol, lead, etc. 8 (22)
Laser module lead, chromium (VI), etc. 8 (23)
Temperature control unit see the section Disposal Instruc- 6 (18)
tions for Chiller P107-13188,
page 5–20
Chiller preservative Glysantin Ethylene glycol approx. 10 liters In the cool-
(see the section Disposal of ing circuit
Glysantin, page 5–8)
Button cell battery on pcb Various heavy metals 7 (19)

Polyvinyl chloride could be contained in the cable


covering. The electronic components contain flame
retardants. State-of-the-art technology allows thermal
recycling in appropriately equipped plants.

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Technical Data ABC

Disposal of Glysantin
BASF's safety data sheet "Glysantin G48-00" that is
valid at the time you dispose of the product must
always be followed.
BASF Aktiengesellschaft, 67056 Ludwigshafen, Ger-
many, Phone:+49-621-60-43333
E-Mail: Productinformation.Performance-Chemi-
cals@basf-ag.de

Recyclable Materials
The following table lists the main parts that do not
contain harmful substances and that can undergo
environmentally safe recycling.
The positions of such parts in the device can be found
in the graphics below.

Weight* Image
Pos. Description Material approx. (kg) No.
1 Cover plates Aluminum plate, var- 41 1 (1)
nished, Maniewicz
Alexit 426-44
2 Swivel table Aluminum, partially 50 4 (15)
powder-coated
3 Side panel Polystyrene 25 1 (3)
4 Front panel Polyurethane 18 1 (4)
Front table
5 Base frame Sheet steel, galvanized 205 1 (5)
6 Machine base Aluminum EN 573-3 140 8 (22)
EN AW 6060 T5

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ABC Technical Data

Weight* Image
Pos. Description Material approx. (kg) No.
7 Imaging rails Aluminum EN 573-3 14 8
EN AW 6060 T5
8 Imaging drum Aluminum EN 573-3 75 8
EN AW 6060 T5
9 Punch support bar Aluminum EN 573-3 16 3 (13)
EN AW 6060 T5
Various parts: Steel, aluminum, plas- 350
Mounting parts tic, cast aluminum
Motors
Pumps
Cables
Rubberized rollers

* The weights refer to the 8-up recorder. These are


reduced by approx. 10% - 30% for a 4-up recorder.

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Technical Data ABC

Dismantling

Pos. Steps Comment


1, 3, 4, 5 Dismantling of the panels Upper side panels, front and front
Image 1 table snap-locked
Draining of the coolant Disposal of the coolant must be
environmentally safe following
the manufacturer's instructions.
The notes in the safety data sheet
must be observed (see the
section Disposal of Glysantin,
page 5–8). Open the hoses lower
down on the imaging unit and
temperature control unit and
allow the liquid to drain off into a
suitable container.
11 Dismantling of the transport Two screws per unit
Image 2 rollers at the rear of the device
12 Dismantling of the transport Two screws on bottom,
Image 3 rollers at the front of the four screws near hinges.
device
14, 15 Swinging of tilting rack to flat Loosen 4 side hexagon head
Image 4 position and pulling out and screws and release safety clips on
dismantling of inserted two lower table.
tables
16, 17 Dismantling of two relieving Attention risk of accident! Before
Image 5 springs dismantling springs, always
relieve tension by turning spring
clamps
14 Removing and dismantling of Four screws
Image 4 the tilting rack

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Pos. Steps Comment


13 Removing the punch support Loosen the snap lock and remove
Image 3 bar the support bar up towards you.
20 Removing single parts from
Image 7 the upper frame
20 Lifting the upper frame off the Eight screws (also in the braces)
Image 7 lower frame
18 Removing the cooler Two screws at the front
Image 6
19 Removing the electronics Loosen two screws, then pull out
Image 7 the electronics on the slide rails
and remove four screws.
21 Dismantling of the pumps Screws
Image 8
23 Dismantling of the laser mod- Only the positions can be seen in
Image 8 ules the image.
22 Lifting the imaging unit off the Drum contains different types of
Image 8 lower frame and dismantling it material
Dismantling the drum

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Disposal Instructions for Chiller P107-13188


The chiller comprises several components that must
be disposed of separately. Disposal of the unit must be
done professionally and only at appropriately desig-
nated locations.
The chiller can be divided into three groups.
1. Electrical parts, components, all cable types can be
dismantled and the single material items can then be
recycled. Electrical parts and components can be dis-
posed of directly at recycling centers.
2. Unusable residue (plastics, insulating material, sheet
metal parts, etc.) can be disposed of as household
waste or at recycling centers.
3. The refrigeration circuit may only be dismantled by
refrigeration specialists.
4. Dirty cooling water or cooling water with additives
must not enter the sewerage system or waters. Cool-
ing water is classified as hazardous waste and may
only be disposed of at an authorized company or recy-
cling center.
Attention: All waste must be disposed of in compli-

3 ance with the environmental protection regulations!

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Labels on the Suprasetter 74/105

2 This device complies with Part 15 of FCC rules. Operation is subject to


the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.

This class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian


Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numèrique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigencis du
Règlement sur le matèriel brouilleur du Canada.

This product has been manufactered to meet or exceed the


performance requirements for laser products as stated in
21CFR1040.10 and 21CFR1040.11 of the Health and Safety
Act of 1968

3 LASER PRODUCT
CLASS 1
IEC 60825-1/A2: 2001

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5 Vorsicht!

! Caution!
Attention!
QUETSCHGEFAHR BEI BEWEGUNG, WENN
SICHERHEITSVERRIEGELUNG ÜBERBRÜCKT.

BEWARE OFF MOVING PARTS WHEN INTERLOCK


DEFEATED.

PARTIES MOBILES SI VERROUILLAGE DE


SÛRETÉ PONTÉ

8 VORSICHT-UNSICHTBARE
LASERSTRAHLUNG Klasse 4
WENN ABDECKUNG GEÖFFNET UND
SICHERHEITSVERRIEGELUNG ÜBER-
BRÜCKT. BESTRAHLUNG VON AUGE
ODER HAUT DURCH DIREKTE ODER
STREUSTRAHLUNG VERMEIDEN.

CAUTION-INVISIBLE
CLASS 4 LASER RADIATION
WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCK
DEFEATED. AVOID EYE OR SKIN
EXPOSURE TO DIRECT OR
SCATTERED RADIATION

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Servicing of Suprasetter 74 / 105

Servicing by the Customer

Action Interval
Clean air filter *) 1000 Operating hours
Clean cleaning roller *) 1000 Plates
Empty punch waste box 2000 Punch actions

The servicing intervals can be programmed with the user interface and shown then as a
reminder.
*) The intervals named refer to equipment that is installed in rooms that are exposed to
normal levels of dust and dirt. The intervals may have to be shortened if levels are higher.

Comments:

Date: Operator: Signature:


Servicing of Suprasetter 74 / 105

Servicing by Service Technicians

Action Interval
Check 8up stop pins drum/punch for wear, if necessary 15000 Plates
replace them 26 Weeks
Check 4up stop pins drum/punch for wear, if necessary 50000 Plates
replace them 52 Weeks
Check punches for functioning and wear 26 Weeks
Check sealing, level and functioning of chiller 26 Weeks
25000 m²
Clean suction filter 26 Weeks*)
Clean airpurge filter 26 Weeks *)
Check drive belts for damages 26 Weeks
Check tension of drive belts 26 Weeks
Clean filter in electronics box 26 Weeks *)
Laser module: Clean optics 26 Weeks *)
Check suction cups of plate sliders 26 Weeks
Clean interior of machine 26 Weeks *)
Check correct functioning of safety loop with the test program 26 Weeks
Replace battery on backplane 52 Weeks
Clean compressed air filter 52 Weeks *)
Replace coolant 104 Weeks
Replace punches 50000 Punch actions
Check VCTs for damages 100000 Plates
Test run for quality check 26 Weeks

The servicing intervals can be programmed with the user interface and shown then as a
reminder. These intervals are based on a daily operating time of 10 hours. If this varies,
the servicing intervals must be adapted accordingly.

*) The intervals named refer to equipment that is installed in rooms that are exposed to
normal levels of dust and dirt. The intervals may have to be shortened if levels are higher.

Comments:

Date: Operator: Signature:


ABC Quality Assurance

6 Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance
If you should encounter any problems when using
our hardware or software, please contact one of our
local branches or the Heidelberg agency responsible
for you.

Central Call Desk


If problems arise, customers in Germany should con-
tact our Central Call Desk at (0 18 03) 23 23 33.
If operational malfunctions occur, any technicians
which may be necessary are coordinated through the
service control room.
Please contact the responsible Heidelberg representa-
tive if you are a customer outside of Germany.
The Central Call Desk is available Monday to Friday,
between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. Your inquiries will be pro-
cessed immediately.
Answering any user queries after the warranty period
is a service which can be availed of exclusively on pur-
chasing a "Heidelberg Infoline Box". The same applies
for a telephone consultation in the case of operation
faults or for user-specific problem analyses.

Problem Report for Customers and Service Technicians


Please use the enclosed Problem Report in cases
where you have detected general product defects or
where you find that there is scope for improvement
for particular products.
Do not use the Problem Report to clarify queries con-
cerning the use or operation of our products! In these
cases, please contact your Heidelberg agency, your
local Heidelberg branch or our Central Call Desk.

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It is advisable to copy the form before using it so that


an original is always available for later use.
Note: The serial number or service number of the
2 device which is causing problems or is defective must
always be specified.
The exact product name must also be specified (unit
name, software and version).
A separate form should be used to describe each prob-
lem. The exact environment in which the problem
occurs should also be specified, e. g. error messages,
serial/service no. of the device, modification status,
software and version used, etc.
Please also state your full address, customer no. and,
if possible, telephone number, fax number and email
address.
Please send the Problem Report to your local branch
or your Heidelberg agency.

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ABC Index

Index

A Accident Prevention Regulations 4-1 Power cable 2-1


Air conditioners 2-1 Power Connection Cable 2-3
Approvals 5-5 Power connector 2-2
Automatic cutouts 3-11 Power supply cables 2-1
Automatic Startup 3-2 Power supply connection 2-2
Power switch 1-4
C Cleaning agents 4-1 Protective gloves 3-5, 3-6, 3-9
Cleaning rollers 4-2 Punch Systems 1-5
Cleaning using liquids 4-1 Punch waste 4-8
Conformity 5-5
Connecting the unit 2-1 R Remove printing plates 3-9
Container Version 2-4, 2-6
S Safety
D Dangers for the User 4-1 electrical 5-4
Daylight operation 1-1 mechanical 5-4
Disconnection from Mains 2-2 Safety Loops X
Setup.exe 2-4
E Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) 5- Slip sheets 3-5, 3-6, 3-7
4 Software Installation 2-4
Emulsion side 3-5, 3-7 Software update 2-6
Solvents 4-1
F Fingerprints 3-5 Startup
Automatic 3-2
Fuse 2-3
Manual 3-1
Status LEDs 1-2
I Initial installation 2-1
Storage of printing plates 3-5
Insertion table 3-7
Installation 2-1
Installation site 2-1
T Thermal printing plates 1-1
Transport safeguards 2-1
Interference emission 5-4
Interference immunity 5-5 Troubleshooting 3-10

L Laser beam IX, 3-7


U Unit connection 2-1
Laser Device IX
Laser Protection Officer IX V Ventilation 2-1
Laser Safety IX
Laser Standards and Regulations 5-3
Load printing plates 3-6

M Manual Startup 3-1

O On/Off button 1-4, 3-1

P Packaging material 3-6

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Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG
Kurfuersten-Anlage 52–60
69115 Heidelberg
Germany
Phone +49 (62 21) 92-00
Fax +49 (62 21) 92 69 99
www.heidelberg.com/

For further information please contact


your local Heidelberg representative.