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  • Page 2

    Distribution Control No. Issued on Service Manual Introduction This service manual belongs to a series of after-service guides Canon Inc. publishes as part of its comprehensive product quality guarantee program. This service manual consists of seven chapters; General Information, Installation Guide, Feature Information, Repair Guide, Parts Catalog, Troubleshooting and Service Manual Report.

  • Page 3

    In order to ensure safety, the best performance, setup, repair and maintenance work can only be performed by the technicians received the service training specified by Canon Inc. If there are order required certificates or restrictions specified by the law or ordinances, those regulations of the country must be observed.

  • Page 4

    Caution regarding the setup Caution regarding the setup According to the “IEC60601-1-1:2000”, devices installed in the patient environment are restricted to “electric medical devices conforming to IEC60601-1”. The Control PC, operation unit, and the magnetic card reader, etc. options that are parts of the CXDI-C3S are classified under the data processing device standard (IEC60950), therefore these items should not be installed in the patient environment.

  • Page 6

    Content CXDI-1 System Block Diagram.................... 1 System Diagram ........................2 CXDI Image Processing ......................3 Specifications......................... 4...

  • Page 7

    1. General (CXDI-50G) Remo. Power Box Imaging Unit (CXDI-50G) AC120V/230V AC Power IN OUT PUT 1 Control/Signal Control/Signal X-Ray OUT PUT 2 Operation Control/Signal RS232C SERIAL(COM1) Unit Control PC (CXDI-C3S) ID Unit RS232C SERIAL(COM2) LAN1 (Option) X-Ray Generator Mouse MOUSE...

  • Page 8

    1. General 2.1 Standalone System 2.2 Total System...

  • Page 9

    1. General 3.1 Proccess Flow Born image Offset correction Correction Gain correction processing Raw image Defect correction dtstore Original image Characteristic extraction QA processing • Sharpening QA image • DEP • Gradation processing DICOM output • MTF enhancement Diag. image (Frequency enhancement) •...

  • Page 10: Specifications

    1. General The CXDI-50G (Imaging Unit/Power Box) is the Digital Cassette that has the mobility and can be used on the optional angles. (1) Imaging Unit This unit consists of the internal sensor, 50Di Board, 50AD Board, 50LED Board and its outer cover.

  • Page 11

    1. General Item Content Remarks When the internal temperature of Imaging Unit is above 49 degree Celsius, its state is changed to sleep Imaging restriction mode. And the Imaging prohibition (Imaging Prohibition) will be continued when the internal temperature is below 48 degree Celsius.

  • Page 12

    Connector type: RJ45 interface standard Asynchronous serial communication Data length: 10bit Communication method method Data rate: 15.625 kHz Reference CXDI-50G Power supply AC 100-120V±10% 50/60Hz 1.5A Power supply Rated Voltage: AC 200-240V±10% 50/60Hz 0.8A AC 100-120V (AC 85-132V) AC 200-240V (AC170-264V) Mass 4.2 Kg...

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Content Caution during the installation ....................1 Product Configuration ......................2 Packing Diagram ........................5 Installation Procedures ......................7 Lists of Tool Needed for Installation ................7 System Installation Procedures ..................8 Installation ........................... 10 Connection to each unit....................10 Starting up and shutting down the System..............

  • Page 15

    2. Installation Manual Please pay attention to the followings when installing the system. (1) If the equipment is hoisted, lowered or transport, it must be supported at both sides by a minimum of two people so there is no danger of it falling. (2) If a forklift, etc.

  • Page 16: Product Configuration

    2. Installation Manual 2.1 Product Configuration List Item Name Remarks CXDI-50G Imaging Unit With Sensor cable (3/7m) Power Box 100 - 120/230V X-ray I/F cable Remote switch For preventing the power Cable connector clump cable connector from coming off For fixing the cable...

  • Page 17

    2. Installation Manual Name X-ray I/F cable Name Remote switch Connection with X-ray Power Box power source Remarks Remarks generator ON/OFF Name Cable connector clump Name Screw (M3 x 4 mm) Remarks For fixing the Power cable Remarks For fixing the cable clump Name Cable clump Name...

  • Page 18

    2. Installation Manual Name Sensor Information file FD Name Power supply cable For Power Box Remarks Remarks (100/120/230V each type) - 4 -...

  • Page 19: Packing Diagram

    2. Installation Manual 3.1 X-ray Digital Camera System (CXDI-50G) (1) CXDI-50G assemble package (2) CXDI-50G Imaging Unit package - 5 -...

  • Page 20

    2. Installation Manual (3) CXDI-50G Power Box assemble package (4) Grid (optional) - 6 -...

  • Page 21: Installation Procedures

    2. Installation Manual 4.1 Lists of Tool Needed for Installation Tool needed for new installation. Tool Name Unit Remarks General Tools 1 set PC/AT compatible Note PC (OS: Microsoft Windows XP Professional recommend) LAN Card For Note PC (as required) Mouse PS/2 type Keyboard...

  • Page 22: System Installation Procedures

    2. Installation Manual 4.2 System Installation Procedures Step Conditions and Checkpoints Reference Section Unpacking and checking the -There must be no missing parts, damage, product’s constituent parts dents, etc. -There must no color changes in the shock sensor. Connect the Imaging Unit -Handle the instrument carefully, as it may and the Power Box be damaged if something is hit against it,...

  • Page 23

    2. Installation Manual Operation Manual Explain the operation to the user Final parameter adjustment -The engineer in charge must be consulted Operation Manual prior narrowing down the adjustments to the final values. Inserting the backup floppy -It must be confirmed at re-start that backup “(15) Backing up Setting Data to FD”...

  • Page 24: Connection To Each Unit

    2. Installation Manual 5.1 Connection to each unit 5.1.1 Connection diagram Control PC CXDI-50G Remote switch POWER SUPPLY PCBXRAY POWER BOX - 10 -...

  • Page 25

    2. Installation Manual 5.1.2 Connecting to the Power Box Removing the cover Remove the 5 screws from the back of the power box and the 2 screws on each side at the bottom of the power box. Also remove screws on the far side Check the jumper pin settings on the PCB-50XRAY board in the power box.

  • Page 26

    2. Installation Manual Cable connections 1) Loosen the lock nut for each cable and connect the cables to the power box. Then fix the cables by tightening the lock nuts. Sensor cable X-ray I/F cable Lock nut Remote cable 2) Attach the cable clamp to the sensor cable, and then fix it to the power box using the screw (M4 x 6 mm).

  • Page 27

    2. Installation Manual 3) Connecting each cable connector. Connected to Sensor cable X-ray I/F cable Connected to Remote cable Connected to 4) After completing the connections, attach the power box cover. 5) Connect the LAN cable to the back of the power box. LAN cable - 13 -...

  • Page 28

    After connecting the power cable, fix the cable connector clamp using 2 screws (M3 x 4 mm). Cable connector clamp Power cable Screw (M3×4mm) Power switch Power cable X-ray I/F cable Remote cable CXDI-50G sensor cable LAN cable (Crossing cable) - 14 -...

  • Page 29

    2. Installation Manual 5.1.3 Connection diagram for Control PC rear panel Operation unit RS-232C cable Mouse Keyboard LAN cable (straight cable) (Between Control PC and network) Operation unit VGA cable (Connector 1) LAN cable(crossing cable) (Between Control PC and Power Box) Power cable - 15 -...

  • Page 30: Starting Up And Shutting Down The System

    2. Installation Manual 5.2 Starting up and shutting down the System Perform the following sequences when starting up and shutting down the system. 5.2.1 Sequence for Starting up the System Perform the following sequence when turning the system power on. If you do not perform the correct sequence, the imaging unit cannot be recognized, resulting in an error.

  • Page 31: X-ray Controller Interface

    2. Installation Manual 5.3 X-ray Controller Interface 5.3.1 Interface Signal Description CXDI X-ray Generator X-ray emission signal SW level ON) RX_REQ X-ray emission signal (2nd SW level ON) Detect X-ray emission signal ON Start X-ray emission Imaging possible? Generator Setup timer RX_COM Enable X-ray emission End X-ray emission...

  • Page 32

    2. Installation Manual • When normal imaging • When timeout due to RX_REQ not negating - 18 -...

  • Page 33

    2. Installation Manual 5.3.2 Signal names and functions in the connection with the X-ray generator <X-ray Sync Signal> Signal name Functions X-ray exposure signal Indicates that an X-ray exposure is ordered at the X-ray generator side. This signal needs to be retained at least for T period.

  • Page 34

    2. Installation Manual The connection with CXDI-50G and X-ray generator equipment Connecting condition (1) The X-ray emission signal line impedance is below 100Ω. (2) The max voltage at the point of X-ray release signal line is AC250V max, DC30V max and its current is from 10mA to 2A.

  • Page 35

    2. Installation Manual 5.3.3 Rating and Characteristics for Relay and Photo coupler (on PCB-50XRAY Board) (1) RL1 (Power Relay/Plug-in terminal type) 1) Rating (Operational coil) Rated Coil Coil Inductance Pick-up Dropout Maximum Power Rated current resistance (ref. value) (H) voltage voltage voltage consumption...

  • Page 36

    2. Installation Manual (2) PCI (Photo-coupler) 1) Maximum Ratings (Ta = 25°C) CHARACTERISTIC SYMBOL RATING Forward Current (RMS) 50 mA Forward Current /°C -0.7(Ta≥53°C) ∆ Pulse forward current Reverse Voltage Collector-Emitter Voltage 80 V Emitter-Collector Voltage Collector Current 50 mA Collector Power Dissipation 150 mW (1 Circuit)

  • Page 37: Network Settings 1

    2. Installation Manual 5.4 Network Settings 1 1. Objective The CXDI-50G imaging part communicates with the control PC by using Ethernet [IEEE802.3u (100Base-TX)] to transfer X-ray images. The control PC performs DICOM transfer in order to use Ethernet to transfer the obtained images to the printer and storage device.

  • Page 38

    This must be the same as the LogLevel=2 IP address stored in the imaging part. CXDI-50G’s IP address: This address must be the same as the IP address stored in the next item, “3.3 Network setting stored in the CXDI-50G sensor”. - 24 -...

  • Page 39

    192.168.100.11 Subnet mask 255.255.255.0 Host IP address 192.168.100.10 Port number for command 12121 Port number for data 12122 If you change the setting, refer to “Tool Software Instruction Manual for CXDI-50G” → “Imaging Part IP Address Setting”. - 25 -...

  • Page 40: Setting The Fixed Roi Areas

    2. Installation Manual Setting the Fixed ROI Areas Purpose Set the fixed ROI area on the sensor to expose by the fixed ROI area because user can not get the proper image by the Auto ROI area. Setting method 2-1) Investigate the actual size and position of the ROI that is required. 2-2) Designate the SIZE, POSITION, and NUMBER (max 3) on the sensor.

  • Page 41

    2. Installation Manual 2-5) The “DENSITY ADJUSTMENT CONTROL” screen appears. Confirm that the sensor is set with a sensor switch button. Press the [Fixed ROI Area] key. 2-6) Press the [Area setting] key. Area setting button 2-7) The fixed ROI 1 setting screen appears. Input values A to D from step 3) into the edit box, and press [ENABLE].

  • Page 42

    2. Installation Manual 2-8) The display returns to the “DENSITY ADJUSTMENT CONTROL” screen. Confirm that POSITION and SIZE fields not set in step 5) to step 7) are disabled (dimmed). If they are not dimmed, press the [Area setting] key, and press [DISABLE] in fixed ROI * settings.

  • Page 43: Settings

    2. Installation Manual 5.6 Settings (1) Checking and Setting the Date and Time Purpose The date and time is set to Japan standard time at factory shipment. Reset the date and time to your local value as necessary. Procedure 2-1) When CXDI application start, open the ADMINISTRATOR SETUP MENU. SYSTEM →...

  • Page 44

    2. Installation Manual (2) Checking the Firmware Version Purpose 1-1) Failing to use the proper versions of the firmware and PLD code with the CXDI application can result in an error, and system operation cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, the versions of the firmware must be checked to ensure that they are correct.

  • Page 45

    (2) Start up the CXDI system. (3) Close the CXDI host software if it starts up. (4) Connect Telnet by referring to “CXDI-50G Telnet Connection” in the Tool Software Operation Manual for CXDI-50G. (5) Check the versions of the firmware and PLD code on the screen displayed after the login.

  • Page 46

    Procedure 3-1) Installing the firmware Write the firmware by referring to “Firm Write Tool Software (Firmwrite.exe)” in the Tool Software Operation Manual for CXDI-50G. Where to write: IC1 (Flash ROM) on 50Di PCB 3-2) Installing PLD code Write PLD code by referring to “PLD Write Tool Software (pldwrite.exe)” in the Tool Software Operation Manual for CXDI-50G.

  • Page 47

    2-2) This checking procedure must be performed with the Control PC, Imaging Unit and all the other equipments connected and started up. Procedure 3-1) Check the sensor serial No. by referring to “Sensor serial number setting” in the Tool Software Operation Manual for CXDI-50G, and write the number as required. - 33 -...

  • Page 48

    2. Installation Manual (5) Set Up Startup Menu Purposes 1-1) Register the CXDI application software to the “Startup Group”. The CXDI application software is scheduled to start automatically at the CXDI system starting 1-2) Change the window view size Hide the other application screen view except the CXDI application software. 1-3) Delete the CXDI application software from the “Startup Group”.

  • Page 49

    2. Installation Manual Change the window view size 4-1) After the CXDI application software start, press [Alt] + [Tab] key to show the “Debug mode” prompt screen. 4-2) After the command prompt screen appears, click the icon (called System icon) where is in right-top of its window.

  • Page 50

    2. Installation Manual 5-6) “Taskbar and Start Menu Properties” appears. Click “Start Menu” tab, and then click Taskbar and Start Menu Properties⇒Start Menu⇒Classic Start⇒Menu Customize 5-7) The “Remove Shortcuts/Folders” dialog box appears after click the “Remove” button. And double-click the “Startup folder” 5-8) Remove the “ccrstart.bat”...

  • Page 51

    2. Installation Manual (6) Identifying the Sensor Units Purpose In order for the control PC to identify the sensor units connected, the sensor serial number of each sensor unit is input to the Control PC. Notes 2-1) These operations must always be implemented at the installation stage and when any of the Imaging Units (sensor) or Control PC (hard disk) has been replaced or when the combination of equipment has been changed.

  • Page 52

    2. Installation Manual 2) Procedure 2-1) Start up the CXDI system. 2-2) After the exposure screen appears on the operation unit, use the keyboard to enter Debug mode. (Use [Alt] + [Tab].) 2-3) “Welcome to CCR” screen appears. Select the command “1. Set-Up…” 2-4) The “Setting Mode (0: Normal, 1: Expert) [0=0×0]:”...

  • Page 53

    2. Installation Manual (8) Table Setup Settings Purpose Adjust the CXDI operation unit's TABLE SETUP to match the exposure conditions (X- ray tube voltage, X-ray tube current, msec or mAs value) of the X-ray generator. Procedure 2-1) Start the CXDI system. 2-2) Open the TABLE SETUP Change window from the Normal Exposure window.

  • Page 54

    2. Installation Manual (9) Performing the Annotation Settings Purpose The settings for imprinting the annotation onto the film and the settings of the characters used for the annotation are performed. Procedure 2-1) Once the normal radiographic screen has started, open the annotation setting screen. SYSTEM →...

  • Page 55

    2. Installation Manual (10) Network Connections Network settings Purpose These settings are for connecting the CXDI to the network. 1-1) Set the CXDI’s IP address, subnet mask and default gateway in Windows XP. 1-2) Set the printer and storage output destinations and parameters on the user screen. Checkpoints 2-1) This item involves checking the details of the checks performed on network setting parameters among the pre-installation inspection details and setting these parameters.

  • Page 56

    2. Installation Manual 3-7) Upon completion of the setting, restart the Windows XP. 3-8) Check the communication test in the sequence below to verify whether the CXDI is now part of the network. To check the connections at the TCP/IP level, use the “ping” command from the command prompt.

  • Page 57

    2. Installation Manual Set the printer and storage device which serves as the external output destinations. In this case, one printer and one storage device are set. 4-1) Printer settings A. Open the output destination setting screen from the user menu. System SETUP MENU DESTINATION...

  • Page 58

    2. Installation Manual Input parameters [Fig 3] - 44 -...

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    2. Installation Manual 4-2) Storage settings A) Open the output destination setting dialog from the user menu. System SETUP MENU DESTINATION STORAGE * Up to four storage units (2 of which can be used for output at the same time) can be set. B) Press the “Storage1”...

  • Page 60

    2. Installation Manual D. After setting the output destinations, follow the procedure below to check whether images can actually be transmitted. Return to the user menu, capture a sample image (one X-ray image), and transmit the image to the printer and storage.

  • Page 61

    2. Installation Manual Parameter List (Separate Document 1) DICOM storage device In the CXDI, DICOM data transfer is performed using the transfer software module “send_image” .The settings for these parameters are described below. Parameter Meaning Description -m maxPDU * The CXDI automatically * The DICOM standards do not allow Maximum PDU value in uses 131072 internally for...

  • Page 62

    2. Installation Manual * This parameter is used * This parameter does not affect DICOM This parameter dumps the simply as “-v”. data transfer. transfer log. * DUL and SRV are dumped. * This parameter is used to make the transfer software put the debugging character string on the console.

  • Page 63

    2. Installation Manual Parameter List (Separate Document 2) DICOM printer In the CXDI, DICOM printers are administered separately according to printer product. The transfer software module is “print_stuff”. The settings for these parameters are described below. Parameter Meaning Description -C copies * This parameter is used in the * This parameter is set according to the This parameter uses a...

  • Page 64

    2. Installation Manual -L sessionLabel * This parameter is used in the The parameter is not transferred over Film session label DICOM Basic Film Session DICOM if it is not designated. (character string) (2000, 0050). * This parameter may be displayed in * The label for the film session some form or another depending on the is for designation purposes...

  • Page 65

    2. Installation Manual * The designation method varies according to the printer. For example, the MLP190 uses -m NORMAL. * This parameter is used in the DICOM Basic Film Box (2010, 0150). * This parameter sets the -S configuration If this parameter is not designated, it is printer (image quality) Adjustment information not transferred over DICOM.

  • Page 66

    2. Installation Manual -B border_density * This parameter is used in the If this parameter is not designated, Border density (Dx100) DICOM Basic Film Box (2010, it is not transferred over DICOM. In (BLACK/WHITE/D x 0100). this case, the printer default values are 100) * This parameter determines the used.

  • Page 67

    2. Installation Manual -u maxPDU * The CXDI automatically * The DICOM standards do not allow Maximum PDU value in uses 131072 internally for values of 1301073 or higher to be set. byte units operation. * This parameter is used when the * The above value can be operator of the connected storage device overwritten by designating a...

  • Page 68

    2. Installation Manual * Both the -p and -v parameters should be used. These settings override the - s parameter. -V filename * The parameter is used for * This parameter does not affect DICOM This parameter dumps the analysis after the transfer data transfer.

  • Page 69

    2. Installation Manual Examples of parameters used with different makers and types of printers (reference) Name Default Parameters Significance • Trimming OFF Kodak MLP190 -A 320 -T NO -M CUBIC –m • Cubic spline interpolation NORMAL -S CS000 • Smoothing: normal (entered in param member) •...

  • Page 70

    2. Installation Manual • The Kodak service engineer is responsible for setting the smoothing type on-site since it can be changed with each printer. • The rest is done by the printer itself. • Trimming OFF Kodak Imation DryView -A 320 -T NO -M CUBIC –S •...

  • Page 71

    2. Installation Manual factors have been adjusted. The specifications are as follows although they cannot be set at the present time: 14" x 14" : W=4444, H=4444 (for portraits) 11" x 14" : W=4444, H=3660 (for portraits) • Trimming OFF Fuji CR-DPL/LPD/FM- -A 300 -T NO -M CUBIC -m •...

  • Page 72

    2. Installation Manual Printer Model Specifications (Reference) Maximum equivalent Name Specifications area in CXDI 2048 x 2560 (@160 µm) Kodak MLP190 80µm x 4096 x 5120 79 µm x 4090 x 5120 (value after passing through the 2018 x 2528(@160 µm) Kodak KELP2180 + print spooler)

  • Page 73

    2. Installation Manual • Inserting annotations in the image can lead to problems at the hospital. In the QCW, use annotations that are outside of the image. • The designated film size is 11 x 14 inch film, and automatic selection of the magazine and printing has been confirmed.

  • Page 74

    2. Installation Manual DMAX = 3.2D equivalent curve required by CXDI. Gamma type #17 (SAR system) Density Shift Contrast Point 1 1.57 0.10 1.00 Point 2 2.29 0.15 1.00 - 60 -...

  • Page 75

    The log output in this case is shown below. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Silent mode; do not print results of all print commands Use verbose mode for DUL and SRV facilities Canon Hidden Special Mode node The host name that is running a print server port...

  • Page 76

    2. Installation Manual The printer status Return value: 0x28 has returned a CXDI description: DICOM printer status warning warning. (CCRTRANS_WRN_PRN_STATUS) The transfer process was successful, but a warning was returned as the printer status. The log output in this case is shown below. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ (Not determined) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...

  • Page 77

    2. Installation Manual Precautions for connecting the server (reference) Equipment Restrictions on connections Transmitting the 0019 shadow group causes a failure, and the group is not received Kodak properly with the default. Its reception is enabled by setting the strictValidation Miil parameter to Off in Miil.

  • Page 78

    2. Installation Manual As a result of Return value: 0x18 providing the CXDI interpretation: DICOM response warning server with a (CCRTRANS_WRN_RESP) command request, The transmission processing was successful but a warning was returned from the a warning was server. returned as See below for the log output at this time: response.

  • Page 79

    2. Installation Manual Concerning the Dry View 8700 (reference) LUT (Lookup Table) • Image adjustment parameters that can be changed by users Density : This can be set up to the maximum density of 3.1D. Contrast : This can be set from 1 to 15. •...

  • Page 80

    2. Installation Manual Dry View 8700 Plus Up to 2 units can be connected. Dry View 8700 Plus + 8800 Multi Input Manager Up to 8 units can be connected. Dry View 8700 Dual + 8800 Multi Input Manager Up to 2 printers can be connected (only with Dry View 8700 Dual) Up to 7 units can be connected.

  • Page 81

    2. Installation Manual (11) Linearity Check of Transfer Image Density Purpose An SMPTE image is used to check whether the density linearity of the image printed out by the printer and the image displayed on the high-definition monitor matches the density linearity of the image transferred by the CXDI.

  • Page 82

    2. Installation Manual 3-4) Press the exposure switch on the X-ray generator, and after the exposure, press the END STUDY button. Transfer the SMPTE pattern image to the printer or the high- definition monitor. [Fig. 2] [Fig. 2] 3-5) Measure the densities of the 11 locations (0% to 100%) of test image grayscale on the film or on the monitor.

  • Page 83

    2. Installation Manual 3-6) Create the graph below based on the data measured in step 5). 3.50 Max setting density 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 0.50 Film base 0.00 density Step As shown in the above graph, the measurement values need only to nearly form a straight line from the minimum density to the maximum density.

  • Page 84

    2. Installation Manual Fine adjustment 4-1) As the step (3)-3) above, make the system “READY” by selecting the exposure mode “SMPTE” on the exposure screen. [Fig. 4] [Fig. 4] 4-2) On the X-ray generator press the exposure button. After the exposure, adjust the trim so that the gray scale may be located in the center of the image.

  • Page 85

    2. Installation Manual 4-3) Select the END STUDY and transfer the SMPTE pattern image to the printer or the high-definition monitor. [Fig. 6] [Fig. 6] 4-4) On a printed film or on the monitor, measure the density of 32 steps of the grayscale on the test image.

  • Page 86

    2. Installation Manual 4-5) As the step (3)-6), create a graph based on the data measured in step 4), and make sure that the data from the minimum density to the maximum density nearly form a straight line. Characteristics of the printer may prevent the data from forming a straight line near the minimum and maximum densities.

  • Page 87

    2. Installation Manual <Reference 1> In the data and graph below, the data was obtained by setting the Kodak MLP 190 to curve shape 0 (density linear), a maximum density of 3.20, the SMPTE test image was printed out, and the image data was measured. As shown in the graph, the data from the minimum density (film base density) to the maximum density nearly form a straight line.

  • Page 88

    2. Installation Manual <Reference 2> Example when the graph does not form a straight line In the data and graph below, the data was obtained by using the Kodak MLP 190 to print out the SMPTE test image, and the image data was measured. (1): Shows normal data.

  • Page 89

    2. Installation Manual (12) Operation Unit Gamma Correction Purpose This procedure is performed so that the image that is printed out or displayed on a high- definition monitor conforms exactly to the exposure image on the operation unit. Notes 2-1) The procedure in “Linearity Check of Transfer Image Density” must be completed. 2-2) If image adjustment for the printer or high-definition monitor has not been made, use the “Gamma Correction Calculation Tool”...

  • Page 90

    2. Installation Manual Comparison of operation unit image and print image or monitor image. 4-1) Start up the CXDI system. 4-2) Use the two adjustment knobs at the rear of the operation unit to adjust the brightness and contrast of the touch panel screen for optimum visibility. 4-3) On the exposure screen, select the exposure mode “SMPTE”...

  • Page 91

    2. Installation Manual Operation Unit Image Gamma Correction 5-1) On the QA screen displayed on Step (4) 5) above, select the “Option” tab and the “Gamma Adjustment” button is appeared, and then press this button. [Fig. 3] [Fig. 3] 5-2) The “Gamma Adjustment’ window appears. Change the value for the PREVIEW IMAGE, and press OK.

  • Page 92

    2. Installation Manual (13) Changing the Total Image Count Purpose When the imaging unit is replaced (including the replacement of the LANMIT) for servicing, the total image count displayed on the user screen can be returned to “0”if necessary. Notes 2-1) The CXDI is connected by the system.

  • Page 93

    2. Installation Manual 3-4) Changing the items below contained in the file allows you to change the settings for the counter in the user screen. ExpResult.ini file Screen Display Note [SystemCounter] TotalStudy= TOTAL STUDIES Can be overwritten at the UsrStudyCounter= STUDY COUNTER user screen UsrExposure...

  • Page 94

    5-2) The CXDI application starts. Press the [Alt] + [Tab] keys to switch the program to the Command Prompt screen. 5-3) The message “Welcome to Canon CXDI” appears. Input [8] and press the [Enter] key. (Select “8 Exit”.) 5-4) The Windows XP desktop screen appears.

  • Page 95

    2. Installation Manual (15) Backing up Setting Data to FD Purpose “Important setting data (setting information which differs for each customer.)” is backed up to floppy disks and hard disks in consideration of possible setting data loss, hard disk corruption or other data errors. In the event that setting data is lost or the hard disk is corrupted, this “Important setting data”...

  • Page 96

    2. Installation Manual (16) Tool Modes (/np mode) Purpose The tool modes (startup options) are intended in order to check operation, and are used to launch the CXDI application on the control PC by itself, and to display items that are not normally displayed.

  • Page 97

    2. Installation Manual 4-6) When Setting Mode (0: Normal, 1: Expert) [0=0x0]: appears, select “0: Normal.” 4-7) When CCR SETUP MENU appears, select “7 Scan Sensor Setup”. 4-8) When Capture Device Configuration Table appears, enter the number of sensor to which make the “Max Capture Device”...

  • Page 98

    2. Installation Manual 4-10) When CCR SETUP MENU appears, press the [Esc] key to return to Welcome to CCR. 4-11) Select the command “8 - Exit” in the “Welcome to CCR” menu to exit the CXDI application. 4-12) After exit the CXDI application and Windows XP desktop appears, starts the command prompt screen (Start ⇒...

  • Page 99: Image Quality

    2. Installation Manual 5.7 Image Quality (1) Purpose This procedure is used to check the final image quality of the CXDI. Resolution check Tools used (1) Phantom (2) High-resolution monitor or DICOM printer Procedure Procedure/Item Operation/Conditions [Positioning] 1. Adjust the distance between the focal point of the X- ray tube and the CXDI sensor unit.

  • Page 100

    2. Installation Manual Procedure/Item Operation/Conditions 4. Irradiate X-ray and capture the image of a phantom. Exposure 5. Output the image to a high-resolution monitor or Out the image DICOM printer. 6. Set the high-resolution monitor and DICOM printer by High-resolution DICOM printer referring to their instruction manuals.

  • Page 101: Post-installation Checks

    2. Installation Manual Post-installation checks Check sheet Checkpoint Checkpoint details Check Align the unit with the X-ray tube Checking the imaging unit Check that the unit does not interfere with the cables. Set the date. Checking the date and time Set the time.

  • Page 102

    2. Installation Manual Checkpoint Checkpoint details Check Inserting the backup floppy Create the backup files in floppy drive by disk and checking the backup re-starting. files (Cannot be used in automobile) Backing up ccr folder D:ccr Check that the CXDI application starts. Registering in startup.

  • Page 103: Dimension

    2. Installation Manual (1) Imaging Unit Unit: mm Mass: 4.8 Kg (except the cable) 5.7 Kg (with 7m cable) 5.2 Kg (with 3m cable) - 89 -...

  • Page 104

    2. Installation Manual (2) Power Box Unit: mm Mass: 4.2Kg - 90 -...

  • Page 105

    2. Installation Manual (3) Remote Switch Unit: mm Mass: 0.5Kg (4) Grid (Optional) Unit: mm Mass: 0.9Kg (Frame) - 91 -...

  • Page 107

    Content Imaging Unit.......................... 1 PCB-50Di board......................2 PCB-50 LED board......................2 Power Box ..........................3 PCB-50 X-ray board ...................... 3 Remote switch........................ 3 50 Power supply......................4 Available Imaging Time (Normal Imaging/Long-term Imaging) ......... 5 About the Power Box Initialization Switch ................8 How to Access to OS......................

  • Page 108

    3. Function The Imaging Unit’s function is listed below: (1) Converts the acquired X-ray image to light signal using the fluorescent screen and stores. (2) After reading the stored electric signal (Image) from the sensor, perform the A/D conversion and stores it on the frame memory temporally. (3) Reduce the electric signal at the same time as storing and transfer it to the Control PC through the Power Box.

  • Page 109: Pcb-50di Board

    3. Function PCB-50Di board The PCB-50Di board has the following functions: (1) The sensor driving control. Reading the digital image signals outputted from the AD converter (PCB-50AD) (2) The communication, the X-ray image transferring with the Control PC through the Power Box on the Ethernet.

  • Page 110: X-ray Board

    3. Function The Power Box consists of the following parts; 50PCB-XRAY board (X-ray I/F), Power supply, Remote power switch. And it has the function that is the signal transition with Imaging Unit, Power supplying, the signal transition with the X-ray generator. The Power Box can be connected only one Imaging Unit.

  • Page 111: Power Supply

    3. Function 50 Power supply (1) ACDC power supply Imaging Unit mainly use Rated power supply (input) : AC 100 to 120V/AC 200 to 240V Rated power supply (output) : CH1 9.5V, CH2 9.5V, CH3 6.8V, CH4 -11.5V, CH5 27V (2) Added function a) Over current protection: At detecting the over current, shutdown and reset is performed automatically...

  • Page 112

    There are two available imaging times as follow: 1) Normal imaging (0 - 1000 msec) 2) Long-term imaging (1001 - 3000 msec) From Version 6.0, the maximum imaging time is now 3 seconds for the CXDI-50G sensor, which can be set on the GUI. [Precaution] •...

  • Page 113

    3. Function be used with the generator, the probability of the warning message is very low.) Figure 3-1 3. Adding values to the imaging conditions table It is possible to add values up to 3000 msec, 4800 mAs to the imaging conditions table. However, at the time of the actual imaging, if the exposure is performed with a CXDI-11 - CXDI-31 sensor, it is not possible to set values higher than 1000 msec, 1600 mAs.

  • Page 114

    3. Function 5. msec maximum value checking Even if the values recorded in the msec values of calibration/imaging body part within the BodyPart.ini exceed the maximum msec value of the sensor, the OPU can perform the exposure using those values without checking. (This function was already implemented before CXDI v5.1.) It is the same when using the msec imaging conditions table, if a value bigger than the sensor’s maximum msec value is written in the BodyPart.ini file, the value will not be...

  • Page 115: About The Power Box Initialization Switch

    3. Function Initialization Switch The LAN can be started with the factory settings when you turn on the power (the main power of the power box and remote switch) by holding down the initialization switch (see figure ) of the power box. The 50G firmware contains the initialization and normal codes.

  • Page 116: How To Access To Os

    3. Function This is the procedure for shutting down the CXDI system and accessing to Windows. 1.1 Preparation Prepare a keyboard and mouse. 1.2 Notes (1) Never perform the following operation when the CXDI host program is operating, such as during QA process, image transfer, communication with RIS or generator, etc.

  • Page 118

    Content Disassemble/Reassemble....................... 1 Removing Grip unit ....................... 1 Removing the side cover....................2 Removing the cover ....................... 3 Exchanging the sensor cable ..................4 Removing the PCB-50 LED ..................5 Attaching the PCB-50Di ....................6 Attaching the PCB-50AD ....................7 Attaching the PCB-50XRAY..................

  • Page 119: Removing Grip Unit

    4. Repair Guide Removing Grip unit Base cover Handle cap hole Handle plate (x2) Screw (x2) Handle cap (x2) Hook (1) Remove the handle cap with the handle cap hook in the handle cap hole pushing. (2) Loosen the screw (x2) to remove the handle plate and handle part. Note: 1.

  • Page 120: Removing The Side Cover

    4. Repair Guide Removing the side cover Side cover (R_ASM) Sleeve cover Side cover (L_ASM) Screw (x2x2) Side cover (C_ASM) Shock sensor Shock sensor (pigment) (Color former) Plate Screw (x2)* 1. Loosen the screw (x2x2) fix the side cover (L_ASM) and (R_ASM). And remove the cover carefully because the cover is pushed into the ditch so as not to come out.

  • Page 121: Removing The Cover

    4. Repair Guide Removing the cover Screw M3x12 (x15) Screw M3x8 (x15) Sleeve cover (x11) Insulation sleeve (x11) Sleeve cover (x11) Base cover Insulation sleeve (x11) Screw M3x8 (x11) 1. Remove the sleeve cover (x11). 2. Remove the screw (M3x8) or screw (M3x12). 3.

  • Page 122: Exchanging The Sensor Cable

    4. Repair Guide Exchanging the sensor cable Screw M3x10 (x2) Screw M3x6 (x2) Cable clamp 1 Screw M3x6 (x2) 50 sensor cable Cable clamp 2 Bush Plate Connector attachment Clump cushion The cable protect sheet is put under the cable so as to protect the sensor cable.

  • Page 123: Removing The Pcb-50 Led

    4. Repair Guide Removing the PCB-50 LED Screw x2 Grid detect sensor PCB-50 LED Connector Screw x4 1. After removing the connector connected with the PCB-50LED unit, loosen the screw (x2) fixes the Grid detect sensor on the top cover and remove this screw. 2.

  • Page 124: Attaching The Pcb-50di

    4. Repair Guide Attaching the PCB-50Di Screw x12 Connect point (Below) Connect point (Upper) Hold 1. Remove the flat cable. 2. Loosen the screw (M2.6 x 12) fixes the PCB-50Di and remove it. Note: 1. At assembling, insert the connector carefully in the direction of the flat cable. 2.

  • Page 125: Attaching The Pcb-50ad

    4. Repair Guide Attaching the PCB-50AD Contact position Screw x 16 At attaching the flat cable, perform the work with very carefully. 1. Remove the flat cable. 2. Loosen the screw (M2.6 x 16) fixes the PCB-50AD and remove it. Note: 1.

  • Page 126: Attaching The Pcb-50xray

    4. Repair Guide Attaching the PCB-50XRAY 1. Remove the connector of each cable. (1) Sensor cable (J002/CN2) (2) X-ray I/F cable (J004) (3) Remote switch cable (CN4) (4) PCB-50XRAY board/50 Power supply (J001/CN3) 2. Loosen the screw fixes the PCB-50XRAY and remove it. Note: 1.

  • Page 127

    4. Repair Guide (1) Sensor Unit 1) PCB-50Di (BG7-2766) <SW1> Function Not used. Starts the Initialize code by force ON: Yes OFF: No SW1-2 ON Ether Setting FlashROM Read ON: Yes OFF: No Not used. Not used. Not used. Detects cable length automatically. ON: Disable OFF: Enable SW1-7 ON ON:3m OFF:7m...

  • Page 128

    4. Repair Guide <SW2> Function Sub No. by Product type “1” It changes when PCB is changed, etc. Product type “7” “7” indicates CXDI-50G. <SW4> Function LANC I/O address EEPROM ON: Disable OFF: Enable Not used. H-UHI ON: Use OFF: No use 2) PCB-50LED (BG7-2767) No special setting.

  • Page 129

    4. Repair Guide (2) Power Box 1) PCB-50XRAY (BG7-2770) <JP1> Short the JP1 according to the power unit. Function 6-8 Short 50 Power Unit 7m (BG7-2857) 7-8 Short 50 Power Unit 3m (BG7-2858) How to discriminate between the power boxes: 50 Power Unit 7m Alphabet on the label Color of the label...

  • Page 130: Operation Required For Replacing Parts

    4. Repair Guide Perform the following operations when the unit is replaced. Sensor unit (1) When sensor unit is replaced 1) Set the IP address. (This operation is not required if the default IP address is used.) Refer to “Imaging unit IP address setting” in the Tool Software Operation Manual for CXDI- 50G.

  • Page 131

    Installation Manual”. 5) Install the sensor data file. Refer to “DP File Write Tool Software” in the Tool Software Operation Manual for CXDI-50G. To perform this operation, “Sensor Data File FD” that comes with the sensor unit is required. 6) Check the image quality.

  • Page 133

    CXDI-50G Rev.02 CONTENTS CXDI-50G·················································································································· 1 IMAGING UNIT ······································································································· 2 POWER BOX ············································································································ 3 REMOTE SWITCH UNIT ························································································ 4 IMAGING UNIT (Electrical) ···················································································· 5 POWER BOX (Electrical) ························································································· 6 INDEX OF PARTS NUMBERS ··············································································· 7...

  • Page 134

    7....CABLE UNIT, POWER, 230V ......BG7-2310-000 ..... 1 8....HOLDER, AC POWER CABLE....... BA4-1805-000 ..... 1 9....SCREW.............. XB1-2300-406 ..... 2 10....CLAMP, CABLE..........WT2-5859-020..... 1 11....SCREW.............. XB1-2400-606 ..... 1 Key No.1 Key No.2 Key No.3 Key No.4 © Canon Inc.

  • Page 135: Cxdi-50g

    CXDI SYSTEM CXDI-50G Rev.02 Key No.5 Key No.6 Key No.7 Key No.8 Key No.9 Key No.10 Key No.11 © Canon Inc.

  • Page 136

    IMAGING UNIT Rev.02 KEY NO. PARTS NO. Q’TY DESCRIPTION MEMO Y67-2671-000 COVER UNIT, BASE BF0-5418-010 COVER, SIDE (R_ASM) BF0-5417-010 COVER, SIDE (L_ASM) BF0-5419-010 COVER, SIDE (C_ASM) BA4-1783-000 SCREW XB1-2301-206 SCREW BG7-2761-000 CABLE UNIT, 7M BG7-2782-000 CABLE UNIT, 3M © Canon Inc.

  • Page 137: Imaging Unit

    CXDI-50G IMAGING UNIT Rev.02 KEY NO. PARTS NO. Q’TY DESCRIPTION MEMO XB1-2300-806 SCREW XB1-2300-806 SCREW BA4-1775-000 SLEEVE, ISOLATION BA4-1776-000 CAP, SLEEVE BA4-1789-000 SENSOR, SHOCK XB1-2260-606 SCREW © Canon Inc.

  • Page 138

    CABLE, FLAT BH6-5721-000 CABLE, FLAT BH6-5722-000 CABLE, FLAT BH6-5723-000 CABLE, FLAT BH6-5724-000 CABLE, FLAT XB1-2260-606 SCREW XB1-2260-606 SCREW XB1-2260-606 SCREW BG7-2768-000 SWITCH UNIT, GRID XA1-1200-506 SCREW BA4-1787-020 CLAMP, CABLE BA4-1788-000 PLATE, CABLE XB1-2301-006 SCREW XB1-2260-606 SCREW XB1-2260-606 SCREW © Canon Inc.

  • Page 139

    CXDI-50G IMAGING UNIT Rev.02 © Canon Inc.

  • Page 140

    CXDI-50G IMAGING UNIT Rev.02 KEY NO. PARTS NO. Q’TY DESCRIPTION MEMO BA4-1792-000 HADLE, IMAGING UNIT BA4-1793-000 CAP, HANDLE BA4-1794-000 PLATE, HANDLE XB6-7401-209 SCREW Key No.1 Key No.2 Key No.3 Key No.4 © Canon Inc.

  • Page 141: Power Box

    CXDI-50G POWER BOX Rev.02 KEY NO. PARTS NO. Q’TY DESCRIPTION MEMO XB1-2300-406 SCREW XB1-2300-806 SCREW BA4-1803-000 XB1-2300-406 SCREW BA4-1800-020 UPPER COVER, POWER BOX XB2-7300-606 SCREW, W/WASHER XB1-2300-406 SCREW XB1-2300-406 SCREW BA4-1802-000 COVER, CABLE © Canon Inc.

  • Page 142

    CXDI-50G POWER BOX Rev.02 KEY NO. PARTS NO. Q’TY DESCRIPTION MEMO BG7-2770-000 PCB UNIT,X-RAY I/F BG7-2856-030 CABLE UNIT, POWER SUPPLY BG7-2857-000 POWER SUPPLY UNIT, 7M BG7-2858-000 POWER SUPPLY UNIT, 3M WB2-5019-000 RELAY, DC WS1-0287-000 PLUG, 2P © Canon Inc.

  • Page 143: Remote Switch Unit

    CXDI-50G REMOTE SWITCH UNIT Rev.02 KEY NO. PARTS NO. Q’TY DESCRIPTION MEMO Y67-2659-000 SWITCH, LOCKER XZ9-0488-000 MAGNET CATCH © Canon Inc.

  • Page 144

    CXDI-SYSTEM CXDI-50G (Electrical) Rev.02 SYMBOL PART NO. DESCRIPTION REMARKS BG7-2761-000 CABLE UNIT, 7M BG7-2782-000 CABLE UNIT, 3M BH6-5719-000 CABLE, FLAT BH6-5700-000 CABLE, FLAT BH6-5701-000 CABLE, FLAT BH6-5723-000 CABLE, FLAT BH6-5721-000 CABLE, FLAT BH6-5719-000 CABLE, FLAT BH6-5719-000 CABLE, FLAT BH6-5723-000 CABLE, FLAT...

  • Page 145

    CXDI-SYSTEM CXDI-50G (Electrical) Rev.02 CA13 CA14 CA15 CA12 CA11 © Canon Inc.

  • Page 146: Power Box (electrical)

    CABLE UNIT, POWER, 120V BG7-2310-000 CABLE UNIT, POWER, 230V BG7-2856-030 CABLE UNIT, POWER SUPPLY BG7-2855-000 CABLE UNIT, X-RAY I/F BG7-2761-000 CABLE UNIT, 7M BG7-2782-000 CABLE UNIT, 3M BG7-2772-000 SWITCH UNIT, REMOTE BG7-2770-000 PCB UNIT,X-RAY I/F Imaging Unit © Canon Inc.

  • Page 147: Index Of Parts Numbers

    REVISION NO. - REPORT NO. BA4-1775-020 BA4-1776-020 BA4-1783-000 BF0-5417-010 BF0-5418-010 BF0-5419-010 BA4-1787-020 BA4-1788-000 BA4-1789-020 BA4-1792-000 BA4-1793-000 BA4-1794-020 BA4-1800-020 BA4-1802-000 BA4-1803-000 BA4-1805-000 BF0-5372-020 BG7-2145-000 BG7-2309-000 BG7-2310-000 BG7-2761-000 BG7-2766-000 BG7-2767-000 BG7-2768-000 BG7-2770-000 BG7-2772-000 BG7-2782-000 BG7-2855-000 BG7-2856-030 BG7-2857-000 BG7-2858-000 BG7-9061-000 © Canon Inc.

  • Page 148

    INDEX OF PARTS NUMBERS PARTS NO. PAGE REVISION NO. - REPORT NO. BH6-5700-000 BH6-5701-000 BH6-5719-000 BH6-5720-000 BH6-5721-000 BH6-5722-000 BH6-5723-000 BH6-5724-000 WB2-5019-000 WS1-0287-000 WT2-5859-020 XA1-1200-506 XA1-2260-606 2-2,2-3 XB1-2300-406 1-1,3-1 XB1-2300-806 2-2,3-1 XB1-2301-006 XB1-2301-206 XB1-2400-606 XB2-7300-606 XB6-7401-209 XZ9-0488-000 Y67-2659-000 Y67-2669-000 Y67-2670-000 Y67-2671-000 © Canon Inc.

  • Page 150

    Content Gathering Information about Problems ................. 1 How to back up and recover the system ................3 CXDI V6.00 Error code...

  • Page 151

    6. Troubleshooting 1.1 Outline It is recommended to replace the whole unit (50G, OPU, power box, C3S) if any problem occurs at the customer’s site in order to reduce the downtime of the system. It is desirable to have the bad unit brought back and repaired. (Although it depends on the kind of the problem.) This section explains about the information (log file) required to know what has occurred and what to be done.

  • Page 152

    6. Troubleshooting 5) All the BodyParts folders All of the above five items are necessary to see how the CXDI is set. If the problem has occurred in the CXDI, the information is required to have the problem occur again. 6) opu3.log and opu3_YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.log When file size exceeds 1 MB, opu3.log makes a new “opu3.log”...

  • Page 153

    6. Troubleshooting [Objective] This document describes how to back up and recover the system. [Technical Description] There are two system backup methods as follow: The recovery method required depends on the way the system crashes. Backup method A) Backup using floppy disks B) Backup using a hard drive 1.

  • Page 154

    6. Troubleshooting 2.2 When problems occur in Ccr software When problems occur in files other than ini files for d: \Ccr software other than the OS, recovery can be accomplished by adding or replacing the relevant files if you can identify the defective files.

  • Page 155

    6. Troubleshooting -Reference- The following describes Windows XP activation for your reference. (Note that this information is based on a test and information posted on Web bulletin boards because Microsoft does not provide an official document for this.) 1. With or without reactivation required 1.

  • Page 156

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Error Code List for Version 6.00 ○ Alert Window ERR key Message area #1 Message area #2 Message area #3 Message area #4 Reply keys Seriousness Automati Blinking of Meaning (Message Area #1) c Display...

  • Page 157

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -100 #1:Fatal Error Fatal #2:Sensor Unit: SelfCheck Error #3:Detected an Error. #4:ER(n) (xxxx) xxxx: Error code [Cause] An undefined error has been found in the sensor A/D board.

  • Page 158

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -522 #1:Fatal Error Fatal #2:File Open Error:filename #3:File is not found. [Cause] For some reason, XXXX.BIN and XXXX.DCM files do not exist.

  • Page 159

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] #1:Alert Alert #2:System Info Error #3:A/D board info is updated. [Cause] The A/D board information is different from the former information.

  • Page 160

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] #1:Error Error #2:File Open Error:filename #3:File is not found. [Cause] The file may have been damaged. [Operation after Reply Key is touched] #1:Error Error...

  • Page 161

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -120 #1:Error Error #2:Sensor Unit: SelfCheck Error #3:Detected an Error. #4:ER(n) (xxxx) n: Sensor Index (1 to 4) xxxx: Error code [Cause] An undefined error has been found in the sensor A/D board.

  • Page 162

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -123 #1:Error Error Cancel #2: Sensor Unit: PLD Error #3: Detected PLD Error. Call a service person. [Cause] A PLD error has been found in the sensor A/D board.

  • Page 163

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -126 #1:Error Error #2:Sensor Unit:Temperature Error #3:The internal temperature of the Sensor Unit exceeded the temperature limit. Cannot capture images until the temperature goes below the limit.

  • Page 164

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -144 #1:Error Error #2:Sensor Unit Configuration #3:Incorrect Senor Unit Configuration. Call a service person. #4:Invalid Serial No.(n)(eff5 or eff6) n: Sensor Index (1 to 4) [Cause] 0xeff5: Caused by that the differences has been in serial...

  • Page 165

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -305 #1:Error Error #2:Calibration Error #3:Collimator may be used. [Cause] This error is not currently used. [Operation after Reply Key is touched] Perform imaging again.

  • Page 166

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -311 #1:Error Error #2:REX Value Warning #3:REX is 9999. It is under the maximum limitation value 999.

  • Page 167

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -509 #1:Error Error #2:External Storage Error: #3:Selected directory or disk for storage can only be read. [Cause] The external storage medium for the stored data is read-only.

  • Page 168

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -517 #1:Error Error #2:Internal Storage Error: #3:Processed image cannot be stored, because the capacity of internal storage memory is insufficient. [Cause] The remaining space in the internal disk is insufficient.

  • Page 169

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -521 #1:Error Error #2:Queue File Open Error: #3:Queue file is not found. [Cause] Failed to open the queue file. This error occurs when no queue file exists.

  • Page 170

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -5101 #1:Error Error #2:Sensor Unit:Detect Error #3:Check the sensor unit cable connection. If you want to recover the system, shut it down.

  • Page 171

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -150 #1:Warning #2:Sensor Unit:SelfCheck Error Warning #3:Detected an Error. #4:ER(n) (xxxx) #4:”Firm PLD err(n) (eff1 or eff2) 0xeff1: Failure has been detected in the received Hex format file during the Firm/PLD/DP files are downloading.

  • Page 172

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -153 #1:Warning Warning #2:Sensor Unit:Temperature Warning #3:The internal temperature of the Sensor Unit approaches the temperature limit. Do not leave in the READY condition of the Sensor Unit..

  • Page 173

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -504 RETRY #1:Warning Warning CANCEL #2:DICOM Parameter Error #3:DICOM transfer Parameter is wrong. [Cause] DICOM transfer parameters are not correct. [Operation after Reply Key is touched] When RETRY is chosen, the image will be transferred again.

  • Page 174

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -509 RETRY #1:Warning Warning CANCEL #2:External Storage Error: #3:Selected directory or disk for storage can only be read. [Cause] The external storage medium is read-only.

  • Page 175

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -514 RETRY #1:Warning Warning CANCEL #2:External Storage Error: #3:The exposed images cannot be stored because the size of folder partition is smaller than the exposed images.

  • Page 176

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -517 RETRY #1:Warning Warning #2:Internal Storage Error: #3:Processed image cannot be stored, because the capacity of internal storage memory is insufficient.

  • Page 177

    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -6000 #1:Warning Warning #2:Calibration Error #3:STAND(SENSOR-ID:XXX) Time have passed since the last calibration Calibrate now. [Cause] This error occurs when calibration has not been performed within the set time.

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    Error Code List for Version 6.00 ror Code List for Versi Message Error Code Reply [Cause] Seriousness Keys [Operation after Reply Key is touched] -506 #1:Attention Attention #2:DICOM Response Warning #3:Although transfer finished properly, receiving device reported a warning in DICOM response. Check receiving device.

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