Operation Manual Operation Manual Operation Manual Operation Manual TLD IRRADIATOR TLD IRRADIATOR TLD IRRADIATOR TLD IRRADIATOR MODEL MODEL UD UD- - - - 794D 794D MODEL MODEL 794D 794D Panaasoni c ADVANCED TLD SYSTEM UD-794 2011/12 Operation Manual Version 10.05_EU...
This device contains a source of ionizing radiation and its operation is limited to qualified personnel in accordance with your licence and its regulations. It is intended for irradiation of Panasonic TLDs only. Indoor Use Only. Do not expose to rain, heavy moisture, dripping and splashing.
This operation manual contains the information required to install, operate and test the Model IRRADIATOR Irradiator Automatic Irradiator. DESCRIPTION Model UD-794 is a fully automatic irradiator used for irradiation of Panasonic UD-800 Series TLD badges. The UD-794 will automatically irradiate 10 magazines of 50 TLD badges. Description of parts (Front view) ①...
(Rear view) ① ③ ② ① AC power input output panel Power SW , Equipment (UD-794) power SW AC Input AC 220V-240V 50/60Hz Fuse T6.3A AC Output (3port) AC 110V-120V 50/60Hz Fuse 3.15A Inside motor Fuse (1A) ② Parallel I/F cable for DIO board inserted in the PC extended PCI port ③...
(AC power input output panel View) ⑦ ① TLD IRRADIATOR Model No. IRRADIATOR2NCE ② ③ ⑥ ⑤ ④ ① Main power SW ② AC inlet port AC 220V-240V 50/60Hz ③ main fuse Box T6.3A 2pieces ④ UD-794 power SW ⑤ Fuse for internal AC motor : 1A ⑥...
SPECIFICATIONS Badge Capacity 500 TLDs Cycle Time Dependent on Dose required. Applicable TLDs Panasonic UD-800 Series only Control Standard Desktop PC (please ask for recommendations) Power outlet AC 110V – 120V 50/60Hz 3port MAX current 3.15A Power outlets are intended for the UD-794’s controller PC, And Monitor .
INSTALLATION 1) Carefully unpack all equipment and peripherals. 2) Read all instruction manuals and documentation supplied with the Irradiator system. This device contains a source of ionizing radiation Operation is limited to Qualified Personel Set equipment on the horizontal Level hard floor. Equipment side space see below figure Equpment side space area A: Left side and Right side space is minimum 20mm...
3) Place the Personal computer system(Display monitor,Keyboard,mouse and PC with installed UD-794 Control software on top panel of UD-794. 4) Remove the cover of the PC. Verify that the boards in the PC expansion bus are properly inserted and seated in their slots. 5) Connect the National Instruments DIO I/F cable and gnd-cable from the UD-794 case to the slot in the PC expansion board.
Expansion board GND cable DIO I/F cable From UD-794 From UD-794 7) Connect all Computer AC line cords to the AC outlet located on the back of UD-794. (Option for European Users – if used, please select and label the PC equipment carefully) 7) Close and lock the front door to the UD-794.
Invalid input data will be ignored and the computer screen will direct you to enter data in a valid range. The program starts with the Panasonic Title screen, as shown below (Software versions may be different): The operator is prompted to enter the proper password and operator name.
MAIN SCREEN The Main Screen is the screen which controls normal operation of the Irradiator Automatic Irradiator. After the operator has entered the operator password, entered their name, and pressed the OK key, the Main screen appears on the monitor, as shown below: 1) The operator uses the mouse to select the Unattenuated(High) or Attenuated(Low) dose.
After changes in exposure dosages and exposuere time, “Save” button saves the corrent configuration into the parameter file and “Cancel” button restores the original settings. When setting the exposure dose or time for each tray, there is a menu option which also allows the user to set individual exposure dose or exposure time value for each slot in the selected tray.
View\Status Log screen shows a series of events. It shows date, time, and event description. It can be printed or saved as another file from the menu. It is also useful for emailing/showing to a Panasonic Service Engineer. View\Reports MENU...
The Mode\Reader Check\Loader Test Menu screen and its operation and function are explained below. Please do not operate without guidance from a Panasonic engineer. The Test Menus can be opened before and during oprtation of the Irradiator, allowing the user to observe the...
Magazine Motor functions - Magazine Motor functions are used to test the Irradiator system magazine motor mechanics. The Magazine Motor functions are explained in detail in the Magazine Motor functions description. Slider Arm functions - Slider Arm functions are used to test the Irradiator system slider arm mechanics. The Slider Arm functions are explained in detail in the Magazine Motor function description.
Single Step Adv button - This function advances a magazine by single step(s) into the Irradiator. The number of steps from home appears in the step counter window to the right of this function. Single Step Rev button - This function reverses by single step(s) a magazine out of the Irradiator. The number of steps from home appears in the step counter window to the left of this function.
Single Step Down - Single steps the badge push-up mechanism down. . The number of steps to the home position is displayed in the step counter window to the left of this function. Overrun button - This function causes the badge push-up mechanism to travel to the number code read position or to the irradiate position.
Unload Tray button - This function unloads tray into the changer. Stop button - This function stops current badge processing. Exit button - This function returns the operator back to the Main screen for normal system operation. MODE\READER CHECK\CHANGER TEST MENU The Magazine Changer will automatically load up to ten (10) magazine trays holding 50 badges each or 500 badges into the Irradiator.
MODE\READER CHECK MENU -- CHANGER TEST MENU Up/Down control - A toggle function which turns ON/OFF the shelf feeding drive (vertical drive) motor. In/Out control - A toggle function which turns ON/OFF the magazine drive (horizontal drive) motor. Magaginze Motor In button - Advances a magazine into the Irradiator Irradiator. Magaginze Motor Out button - Reverses a magazine back into the Magazine Changer.
Parameters MENU -- SYSTEM PARAMETERS MENU This menu allows critical system operational parameters or data to be modified by an authorized manager. This menu is password protected by the highest (manager) level password. IMPORTANT NOTE: The Dose Rate functions, Set Unattenuated (High) Rate and Set Attenuated (Low) Rate are the calibrated dose rates of the CS-137 source for the high and low attenuation settings.
Traveling dose is given by the dose rate multiplied by the element travel time in front of the beam. Knowing the timing for one step is 0.002s, one way traveling time is: 18.3 x 0.002s = 0.0366s Total time for round trip is: 0.0366s x 2 = 0.0732s Example: If the dose LOW is 0.0281mSv/s and dose HIGH is 0.281mR/s, LOW traveling dose is:...
This requires the TLD Reader to be calibrated relative to the PSDL or SSDL and the Irradiator exposure adjusted to this using the same reference TLDs. Please discuss with Panasonic in detail. For Reference - Automatic Internal Calculation of Source Decay: = ( Initial Dose Rate ) e - ( 0.693 t / T )
Parameters MENU – Individual Dose Setting MENU This menu allows individual dose setting parameters for the selected tray to be modified by an operator. “Use Tray\Individual” toggle function is used to select tray dose exposure setting or individual dose exposure setting for each badge in the selected tray.
Parameters MENU – RS232 Options MENU This menu allows RS232 option parameters to be modified by an operator for serial communication or printing through RS232. RS232 Communication ON If this option is selected, the IRRADIATOR will transmit data string using selected comm. port, baud rate, data bit, stop bit, parity, flow control and interface mode.
List of Error Codes and Description A – A3 Changer not moved to next shelf error Automatic Magazine A5 Changer not fully loaded or returned error Changer A6 Autochanger solenoid failure A7 Unit door is open B – B0 Badge not pushed up error Badge Inserter B1 Badge not pushed down error B2 Badge not pushed down error...
A6 Errors An A6 error occurs when the microswitch does not turn on when the solenoid is energized, or when the microswitch does not turn off when the rotary solenoid is deenergized. An A6 error may be resolved by turning the off and then on.
blocking the path of the badge or failure of the badge sensor. This error may be corrected by following the troubleshooting suggestions given in B-Type Error General Trouble shooting section. M0 Errors An M0 error occurs as the magazine is advancing to the next slot if the timing sensor does not detect a signal within the specified time limit, even though the specified number of pulses were transferred to the pulse motor.
Please address any enquiries within the European Area to: Panasonic Industrial Europe GmbH (UK) Willoughby Road, Bracknell,Berks.,RG12 8FP. UNITED KINGDOM Tel: 01252 876292 Tel: 07836 617737...