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COLOUR VIDEO COPY PROCESSOR
MODEL
CP910E
OPERATION MANUAL
ALARM
SHEET
PAPER
S-VIDEO
THIS OPERATION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT
TO YOU.
PLEASE READ IT BEFORE USING YOUR
COLOUR VIDEO COPY PROCESSOR.
This colour video copy processor complies with the requirements of the EC
Directive 89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC, 93/42/EEC and 93/68/EEC.
The electro-magnetic susceptibility has been chosen at a level that gains proper
operation in residential areas, on business and light industrial premises and on
small-scale enterprises, inside as well as outside of the buildings. All places of
operation are characterised by their connection to the public low voltage power
supply system.

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  • Page 1 COLOUR VIDEO COPY PROCESSOR MODEL CP910E OPERATION MANUAL ALARM SHEET PAPER S-VIDEO THIS OPERATION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT TO YOU. PLEASE READ IT BEFORE USING YOUR COLOUR VIDEO COPY PROCESSOR. This colour video copy processor complies with the requirements of the EC Directive 89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC, 93/42/EEC and 93/68/EEC.
  • Page 2 CAUTION: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK) NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALI- FIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage"...
  • Page 3 The video cable shall be 2 m long or shorter, 75Ω coaxial, 3C-2VT or equivalent one, with BNC plug at each end. The S-video cable shall be Mitsubishi Electric model JC-44S (1.5 m long or shorter, shielded wire) or equivalent one, with DIN 4P plug at each end.
  • Page 4 EMISSIONS or decreased IMMUNITY of the Model CP910E. WARNING: The Model CP910E should not be used adjacent to or stacked with other equipment and that if adjacent or stacked use is necessary, the Model CP910E should be observed to verify normal operation in the...
  • Page 5 Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic emissions The Model CP910E is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or user of the Model CP910E should assure that it is used in such an environment. Emission test...
  • Page 6 Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic immunity The Model CP910E is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or user of the Model CP910E should assure that it is used in such an environment. IEC/EN 60601...
  • Page 7 Recommended separation distances between Portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the Model CP910E The Model CP910E is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled. The customer or user of the Model CP910E can help prevent...
  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Contents ....................1 Safety precautions ................2-5 Special features ..................6 Unpacking ..................... 7 Features and functions ................. 8-10 Front panel ..................... 8 Rear panel ..................... 9 Remote control unit ................10 Connections ..................11 Connection with a monitor ..............11 Connection with video or S-video signal equipment ......
  • Page 9: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS In the interest of safety, please observe the following precautions: POWER REQUIREMENT This Colour Video Copy Processor is designed for operation on 220-240V, 50Hz AC. Never connect to any outlet or power supply having a different voltage or frequency. WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
  • Page 10 INSTALLATION LOCATIONS MAINTAIN GOOD VENTILATION Ventilation slots and holes are provided on this unit. Place the unit on a hard and level surface and keep a space between the unit and the walls to ensure proper ventilation. When putting the unit on the system rack, take a space between the unit and the back of the rack.
  • Page 11: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SAFETY CHECKS Periods: According to the recommendations of the manufacturer of the medical device. Scope: a) Visual inspection Housing, leads, controls, displays, labels/ markings, accessories, operation manual. b) Function test Testing of functions (according to operation manual) as well as compatibility and usability of device and accessories.
  • Page 12 OTHER CAUTIONS Dust or other foreign matter adhering to the print paper or the sheet cartridge, or deformation resulting from exposure to extremely low or high temperatures could cause loss of colour, uneven colour or lines, or wrinkles in the print images. If there is noise or vibration in the VCR still-image or playback picture, the print image may be distorted or the upper part may be crooked.
  • Page 13: Special Features

    SPECIAL FEATURES SPECIAL FEATURES AVAILABLE IN VARIOUS MEDICAL FIELDS, INCLUDING ENDOSCOPY DIAGNOSIS 3 kinds of colouring characteristics (gamma curve) are employed, which are the best for medical diagnostic devices, including endoscope requiring precise images and ultrasound diagnostic equipment etc. The colour is reproducible for each diagnostic equipment with easy operation.
  • Page 14: Unpacking

    UNPACKING UNPACKING Take the unit out of the box by the following procedures. Make sure to check the contents. 1 Open the top of the box. 2 Remove the cushion with contents. Be careful not to drop the contents. 3 Take the unit out of the box carefully. Make sure to keep the unit horizontally.
  • Page 15: Features And Functions

    FEATURES & FUNCTIONS FRONT PANEL 9 A B 3 4 5 ALARM SHEET PAPER S-VIDEO pressed, the picture on the monitor screen switches 1 POWER BUTTON (INDICATOR) between the picture of the input signal (source image) and Press to turn on power. Press again to turn off power. the memorized image.
  • Page 16: Rear Panel

    REAR PANEL REMOTE S-VIDEO VIDEO AC LINE Potential equalization connector This is used to equalize the potential of the equipment connected to the unit. For details, refer to the installation instruction of the equipment to be connected. 1 REMOTE TERMINAL 2 (MINI DIN 8 PIN) 4 VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT TERMINAL Memorizing images and printing are available by the remote Use these terminals to connect this unit to VIDEO signal...
  • Page 17: Remote Control Unit

    FEATURES & FUNCTIONS REMOTE CONTROL UNIT 5 SET BUTTON Press to go to SAVE PRG. Repress to memorize the values and exit the MENU mode. See pages 28-29. 6 STOP BUTTONS DISPLAY Press to cancel the printing process and start mechanical COLOR FIELD PROG.
  • Page 18: Connections

    CONNECTIONS The functions of this unit can be set by the menu screens displayed on the monitor. • Connection with a monitor • Connection with VIDEO/S-VIDEO signal equipment Connect this unit with a monitor to check the images to be printed and the images stored in memory. The following example shows the connection with a video signal and S-video signal equipment.
  • Page 19: Before Operation

    BEFORE OPERATION Before printing, 1. Unlock the printing unit. (See below) 2. Install the print paper and ink cassette. (pages 12-15) PAPER SHEET SET When using this unit for printing, make sure to use the following types of paper sheet and ink sheet set. 2 2 2 2 2 PAPER SHEET SET Product name Ink sheet size...
  • Page 20 2 2 2 2 2 INSTALLATION OF PRINT PAPER Do not remove the seal on the print paper yet. When using thermal paper, remove the seal as shown on the previous page. Gear Seal 1 Insert the print paper roller with gear on the left. Press the folder 1 as shown right, and set the print paper roller.
  • Page 21: Installation Of Ink Sheet

    BEFORE OPERATION 2 2 2 2 2 PRECAUTIONS ON SETTING THERMAL PAPER When setting the thermal paper, observe the following precautions to prevent paper jam. • Do not use defective paper. Do not use the bent or wrinkled paper. • Adjust the paper position correctly. When the paper is fed out skewed from the print exit, adjust the paper position so that it is fed out straight.
  • Page 22 NOTE • Do not remove the IC chip or IC holder from the ink sheet. Removal of the IC will stop the printer from functioning correctly. • Set the projected part of the IC holder to the correct position as shown below. IC holder Projected part 2 2 2 2 2 INSTALLING THE INK CASSETTE...
  • Page 23: Usage And Keeping Of Paper Sheet Set

    BEFORE OPERATION NOTE Make sure to press MONITOR button first for operating 3 and 4.Pressing MEMORY • button first operates to memorize the images. When exchanging the printing paper or ink cassette during using the unit, the recorded images may be erased by pressing MEMORY button first.
  • Page 24: Printing (basic)

    PRINTING (BASIC) DISPLAY BEFORE PRINTING COLOR FIELD PROG. ADJUST /FRAME PRINT Q’ ty 2 2 2 2 2 SELECTING FIELD/FRAME MENU CLEAR STOP Press FIELD/FRAME button on the remote control unit to select “FIELD” or “FRAME”. • Select “FRAME” for a high resolution still image printing. PRG.
  • Page 25: Selecting Print Size

    PRINTING (BASIC) 5 Press [ [ , ] ] button to select one of the program memory (1-3) to MAIN MENU INPUT VIDEO/S-VIDEO memorize the setting. COLOR ADJ LAYOUT The program is replaced. In case of keeping the stored program, do not select the user PRINT COMMENT memory number in which the setting is stored.
  • Page 26: Memory Print

    5 Press SET button. MAIN MENU INPUT VIDEO/S-VIDEO • MAIN MENU is displayed. COLOR ADJ LAYOUT PRINT • “SAVE PRG 1/2/3/CANCEL” is selected. COMMENT MEMORY POSITION • This menu lets you select a program memory (1 - 3) to store your new settings. SAVE PRG 1/2/3/CANCEL 6 Press [...
  • Page 27: Memorizing And Printing An Image

    PRINTING (BASIC) 2 2 2 2 2 MEMORIZING AND PRINTING AN IMAGE 1 Display the image which you wish to print. • The memory page can be changed by pressing MEMORY PAGE button on the remove control unit. 2 Press MEMORY button. •...
  • Page 28: Number Of Memory

    2 2 2 2 2 NUMBER OF MEMORY PAGES As this unit has 1280 pixel x 600 lines x 3 frames of memory, the following memory operations are available. MODE : SAME MODE : DIFF (Multi printing the different images) (Multi printing the same images) FRAME FIELD...
  • Page 29: Multiple Copy Or Continuous Printing

    PRINTING (BASIC) 2 2 2 2 2 MULTIPLE COPY OR CONTINUOUS PRINTING Multiple copies of a memorized image can be made by setting the number of prints to No. of print setting more than one. The print quantity can be set for up to 200 prints or for continuous PRG.
  • Page 30: Printing (special)

    PRINTING (SPECIAL) Various types of printing are available by setting on the menu screen (MAIN MENU and SERVICE MENU). In this section, some examples of special prints are given. For each setting, see pages 28-29. MULTI PRINT MULTI PRINT is the function which 2, 4 or 16 images can be printed on a sheet. Use LAYOUT of MAIN MENU for setting.
  • Page 31 PRINTING (SPECIAL) 2 2 2 2 2 WHEN SETTING TO MODE : DIFF, IMAGES :4; Repeat the following procedure to store the set number of images in memory. 1 Press DISPLAY button to display the set condition. 2 Press MONITOR button and select the source image (“LIVE” is displayed on the monitor.) to display the image to be stored.
  • Page 32: Separate Print

    SEPARATE PRINT • The SEPARATE print is a function to insert a white frame between 2 or more images. • Use LAYOUT2&SYSTEM2 of SERVICE MENU for setting. See page 40. NOTE The amount of white frame in multi print is different between on the monitor and the printed image.
  • Page 33: External Remote Terminal 1

    PRINTING (SPECIAL) EXTERNAL REMOTE TERMINAL 1 The image can be stored in memory by sending the remote signal through the external remote terminal on the rear panel. When the MEM&PRN(MEMORY & PRINT) function is set to ON, the image will be printed after being stored in memory. •...
  • Page 34: External Remote Terminal 2

    EXTERNAL REMOTE TERMINAL 2 The image can be stored in memory and printed by sending the remote signal through the external remote terminal on the rear panel. • Make out the necessary circuit to use this function by referring to the following. 2 2 2 2 2 EXTERNAL REMOTE TERMINAL SIGNAL ALLOCATION (MINI DIN8PIN) 6 7 8...
  • Page 35: Setting The Functions (menu Chart)

    SETTING THE FUNCTIONS (MENU CHART) MONITOR DISPLAY CHART OPERATION COLOR ADJ Monitor display SELECT COLOR/B&W CONT : 0 Select MENU with { ,} button. R-SUB : 0 G-SUB : 0 B-SUB : 0 Press [ , ] button to change the value, CENTER CANCEL select the mode or switch the item.
  • Page 36 System setting display SYSTEM SETUP INCREMENT OFF/PART/PAGE Does not display when BUZZER OFF/T1/T2 selecting THERMAL : ON REMAINING Q'ty REMAIN NOTICE OFF/BZ/PR/B&P Only OFF is available when REMAINING SCREEN OFF/ON selecting THERMAL : ON ERROR SCREEN OFF/ON AUTO CUT OFF/ON is displayed when AUTO FEED&CUT OFF/ON selecting THERMAL : ON...
  • Page 37: Adjustments & Settings (main Menu)

    ADJUSTMENTS & SETTINGS (MAIN MENU) MAIN MENU ITEMS MAIN MENU INPUT VIDEO/S-VIDEO MAIN MENU is used to open sub-menus. The functions are set with the following 6 COLOR ADJ LAYOUT menus. The settings can be saved by SAVE PRG. PRINT COMMENT MEMORY POSITION INPUT...
  • Page 38 5 Press [ [ or ] ] button to select an item or change value. LAYOUT MODE AUTO/S If you press MENU button, the settings will be canceled and MAIN MENU is displayed. MULTI OFF/OFF(PRNSEL.)/ON MODE SAME/DIFF/PHOTO1 IMAGES 2/2S/4/16 SIZE W/M/N/USER COPY : OFF/W/M/N...
  • Page 39: Color Adj Colour Adjustment Display

    ADJUSTMENTS & SETTINGS (MAIN MENU) COLOR ADJ Colour adjustment display COLOR ADJ • The colour of the source image and memorized image can be adjusted. SELECT COLOR/B&W • Open this menu also by pressing the COLOR ADJUST button on the remote control unit. CONT : 0 R-SUB : 0 G-SUB : 0...
  • Page 40 IMAGES Selects the number of images on a sheet. Is displayed when setting MULTI: ON. 2-images on a sheet. (2 S-size images can be printed in L size print. However, the top and bottom of the image will be clipped.) 2 reduced images on a sheet.
  • Page 41: Print Print Setting Display

    ADJUSTMENTS & SETTINGS (MAIN MENU) PRINT Print setting display PRINT APT (Aperture) Controls apertures and reinforces or softens the contour of image. S/N/H1/H2 NOR/REV S (SOFT) Softens the contour. MIRROR OFF/ON PRN SPEED FAST/NORMAL N (NORMAL) Does not perform APT. H1 (HARD 1) Reinforces the contour.
  • Page 42: Comment Comment Making Display

    COMMENT Comment making display COMMENT OFF/ON[SET]/ADJ/DATA This menu is used to enter a comment. ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 0123456789 1 Comment mode Selects to display the comment or not. +- * /,.;:’"?! ( ) < > #%&$ [LEFT][RIGHT] Does not display the comment. [INS][DEL] [CANCEL] [SAVE]...
  • Page 43: Memory Position (memory And Position Setting Display)

    ADJUSTMENTS & SETTINGS (MAIN MENU) 5 Repeat steps 2 2 to 4 4 to complete a comment. Skip 2 if you do not change the cursor position. • • Only one comment can be stored regardless of the program number you chose in SAVE PRG.
  • Page 44: Adjustments & Settings (service Menu)

    ADJUSTMENTS & SETTINGS (SERVICE MENU) SERVICE MENU ITEMS SERVICE MENU SYSTEM Sets page increment, buzzer and remaining of ink sheet, selects SYSTEM GAMMA ADJ thermal paper. LAYOUT2&SYSTEM2 ANALOG COLOR ADJ GAMMA ADJ Sets gamma curve level INPUT LAYOUT2&SYSTEM2 Adjusts print layout setting, Selects remaining paper checking. OUTPUT KEY SET ANALOG COLOR ADJ Adjusts analog input signal image.
  • Page 45: System Setup System Setting Display

    ADJUSTMENTS & SETTINGS (SERVICE MENU) SYSTEM SETUP System setting display SYSTEM SETUP INCREMENT OFF/PART/PAGE INCREMENT BUZZER OFF/T1/T2 REMAINING Q'ty Page increment is not available. REMAIN NOTICE OFF/BZ/PR/B&P REMAINING SCREEN OFF/ON PART Every time pressing MEMORY button, memory part goes to the next part ERROR SCREEN OFF/ON and image will be memorized on it.
  • Page 46: Gamma Adj Gamma Level Setting Display

    PAPER HOLD Sets to hold the printed paper or not. Printed paper is cut and released. Printed paper is held at the print outlet after cut. Pull the paper out when necessary. • When selecting THERMAL : ON, this menu changes to AUTO CUT. •...
  • Page 47: Layout2&system2(layout And System Setting Display 2)

    ADJUSTMENTS & SETTINGS (SERVICE MENU) Hi/Mid/Low Adjusts the colour depth of image by selected point. POINT(Hi/Mid/Low) Selects the point to adjust the colour depth. (EXAMPLE) Pointing lighter colour much lighter; Set the setting level for POINT(Hi) and Hi higher. NOTE It takes time to set the gamma value by CPU.
  • Page 48: Input Input Signal Setting Display

    INPUT Input signal setting display INPUT • Set this menu before memorizing image. FIELD NOR/REV OFF/ON OFF/ON FIELD The odd and even field lines will be reversed depending on OFF/ON the input interlaced signal. Printing image is not clear so that the odd and even field lines may be reversed depend- ing on the input interlaced signal.
  • Page 49: Key Set Button Function Setting Display

    ADJUSTMENTS & SETTINGS (SERVICE MENU) KEY SET Button function setting display KEY SET KEY LOCK Makes the function of the remote control unit buttons invalid. KEY LOCK OFF/ON All buttons on the remote control unit are available. MEM&PRN OFF/ON/R1/R2 MEM&STOP OFF/PART/PAGE The function on the remote control unit buttons, except MEMORY, MEM&MONI...
  • Page 50: Remote Set Remote Signal Setting Display

    REMOTE SET Remote signal setting display BUSY LEVEL Selects the level of BUSY signal from the remote terminals 1 and 2 REMOTE SET BUSY LEVEL LOW/HIGH on the rear panel. BUSY1,2 SELECT The VCP cannot accept the remote input signal when the signal is PRINTING OFF/1/2/1&2 MECHA ERR...
  • Page 51: Error Messages

    ERROR MESSAGES & COUNTERMEASURES ERROR MESSAGES If for some reason printing is not possible or error occurs during printing, the error message will be displayed on the monitor screen. In this case, follow the procedure described below. Error messages Causes Countermeasures •...
  • Page 52: Before Calling For Service

    BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE 2 Use the following troubleshooting chart to try to resolve any apparent defect in operation. If you are unable to resolve the problem, unplug the power cord and contact your dealer. Symptom Check and Remedy No power Is the power cord plug disconnected from the outlet? →Connect the power cord plug to the outlet firmly.
  • Page 53 ERROR MESSAGES & COUNTERMEASURES Symptom Check and Remedy When inputting monochrome image signal Is INPUT in ANALOG COLOR ADJ set to “COLOR”? → Set INPUT to “B&W”. Refer to page 40. (without burst signal), sync. becomes unstable. The colour or picture quality is different between Is the image on the monitor screen adjusted? →...
  • Page 54: Overcoming Paper Jams

    OVERCOMING PAPER JAMS 1 Press OPEN button to pull out the printing mechanism. When it is not working, turn off the power once. Then try to press OPEN button again. 2 Remove the ink cassette with ink sheet. 3 Remove the print paper as shown right. 4 Cut the defective part of the print paper with scissors.
  • Page 55: Cleaning

    CLEANING CLEANING A small amount of alcohol Cleaning as indicated below will help maintain stable printer operation and extend the printer’s life. Preparations Cleaning part Alcohol (isopropyl alcohol) How to fold tissue paper Tissue paper (Fold in half about 4 times, and use the folded side to clean.) Cotton buds Cleaning kit (Option)* Other : Cleaner pen (Option)*...
  • Page 56: Spec & Options

    SPEC & OPTIONS SPECIFICATIONS Class Colour Video Copy Processor Model CP910E Printing method Sublimation Dye Thermal 3 color faces progressive printing (yellow, magenta and cyan) and surface lamination Print quality Dot resolution Max. 1280x 600 pixels (S size / FAST mode) Number of grades 256 (8 bits) for each colour ( About 16.7 million colors)
  • Page 57 Ctra. de Rubí, 76-80 - Apdo. 420 08190-Sant Cugat del Vallés - (Barcelona) Spain Phone +34 93 565 3154 FAX +34 93 589 4388 Manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation 1 Zusho Baba, Nagaokakyo-City, Kyoto Japan Made from recycled paper PRINTED IN JAPAN...

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