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Mitsubishi Electric CP31W Operation Manual

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COLOR VIDEO COPY PROCESSOR
MODEL
CP31W
OPERATION MANUAL
THIS OPERATION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT
TO YOU.
PLEASE READ IT BEFORE USING YOUR
COLOR VIDEO COPY PROCESSOR.

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    COLOR VIDEO COPY PROCESSOR MODEL CP31W OPERATION MANUAL THIS OPERATION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT TO YOU. PLEASE READ IT BEFORE USING YOUR COLOR VIDEO COPY PROCESSOR.

  • Page 2

    WARNING: In the USA or Canada, use the AC power cord according to the recommendation as below, in order to comply with UL60601-1 and CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1. Case 1. Connect to the 120V receptacle of the room or the host equipment. Use the attached AC power cord.

  • Page 3

    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 QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The lightning fl ash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”...

  • Page 4

    This symbol mark is according to the directive 2002/96/EC Article 10 Information for users and Annex IV. Your MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials and components which can be recycled and reused. This symbol means that electrical and electronic equipment, at their end-of- life, should be disposed of separately from your household waste.

  • Page 5

    EMISSIONS or decreased IMMUNITY of the Model CP31W. WARNING: The Model CP31W should not be used adjacent to or stacked with other equipment and that if adjacent or stacked use is necessary, the Model CP31W should be observed to verify normal...

  • Page 6

    Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic emissions The Model CP31W is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or user of the Model CP31W should assure that it is used in such an environment. Emissions test...

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    Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic immunity The Model CP31W is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or user of the Model CP31W should assure that it is used in such an environment. Immunity test...

  • Page 8

    RF communications equipment and the Model CP31W The Model CP31W is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of the Model CP31W can help prevent...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Contents ..................1 Safety precautions ..............2-5 Special features ..............6-7 Unpacking .................. 8 Features and functions ............9-12 Front panel ................9-10 Control panel ................11 Rear panel ................12 Connections ................ 13-18 Connection with a monitor ............14 Connection with video or S-video signal equipment ....15 Connection with RS-232C equipment .........16-17 Menu display example .............18 Before operation ..............

  • Page 10: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS In the interest of safety, please observe the following precautions: POWER REQUIREMENT This product is designed to operate at 120/220-240 V AC 50/60 Hz in the U.S.A. and Canada, and 220-240 V AC 50/60 Hz in Europe. Never connect to any outlet or power supply having a different voltage or frequency.

  • Page 11

    UNPLUG THE POWER CORD DURING A LONG ABSENCE OR DURING AN ELECTRICAL STORM Turn off the Main Power switch and unplug the power cord during a long absence or during an electrical storm. WHEN TRANSPORTING THE UNIT When transporting the unit, remove the ribbon cartridge and paper. Make sure to unplug the power cord and other cables.

  • Page 12

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS PROTECT AGAINST DEW FORMATION When the unit is moved from a cold area into a warm area, moisture can condense inside the unit and prevent operation. Allow the temperature to stabilize before use. When print paper and ribbon cartridge are loaded, remove them. Replace the wet print paper and ribbon cartridge with new ones.

  • Page 13: Technical Description

    TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION The supplier will make available on request such circuit diagrams, component part lists, descriptions, calibration instructions or other information which will assist the User’s appropriately qualifi ed technical personnel to repair those parts of the EQUIPMENT which are classifi...

  • Page 14: Special Features

    SPECIAL FEATURES SPECIAL FEATURES EASY LOADING AND UNLOADING You can load a ribbon cartridge just by inserting it into the ribbon cartridge loading slot (auto- loading), and can unload it by pressing the RIBBON EJECT button only (auto-ejecting). HIGH SPEED PRINTING Printing speed is approx.

  • Page 15: Intended Use

    INTENDED USE The color video copy processor CP31W is intended for use as a hard copy device for an image generated by a diagnostic imaging equipment. This product is intended to be used together with medical equipment and to be used for...

  • Page 16: Unpacking

    CONTENTS Accessories are packed on the cushion. Verify content and report any missing items. VIDEOSTAMPANTE A COLORI COLOR VIDEO COPY PROCESSOR MODELLO MODEL CP31W CP31W MANUALE DʼUSO OPERATION MANUAL SI PREGA DI LEGGERE ATTENTAMEMTE THIS OPERATION MANUAL IS IMPORTANT IL PRESENTE MANUALE DʼUSO PRIMA TO YOU.

  • Page 17: Features And Functions

    FEATURES & FUNCTIONS FRONT PANEL STATUS DISPLAY DIMMER BUTTON ( CONTROL PANEL This button controls the brightness of Use this panel to set the input signal the print outlet illumination that is lit on and functions. When the center of this the photo;...

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    FEATURES & FUNCTIONS RIBBON SIZE INDICATOR STATUS DISPLAY This indicator shows the size of the i n k r i b b o n b e i n g l o a d e d . I t b l i n k s RIBBON INDICATOR ( ) during loading or ejection of the ribbon This indicator illuminates for ink ribbon...

  • Page 19: Control Panel

    CONTROL PANEL Press the center of the control panel, and it comes out slightly. Pull it out completely to use. After use, press the center again to close the panel. MENU BUTTON CLEAR/STOP BUTTON Press this button to display menus and P r e s s t h i s b u t t o n f o r m o r e t h a n 1 set various functions.

  • Page 20: Rear Panel

    FEATURES & FUNCTIONS REAR PANEL S-VIDEO INPUT/OUTPUT REMOTE TERMINAL 1 (STEREO TERMINALS JACK) ( Use these terminals to connect to Memorizing images is available by the S-VIDEO signal equipment. See pages remote signal inputted through this terminal. It is necessary to make a 14, 15.

  • Page 21: 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 • Connection with RS-232C equipment Connect this unit with a monitor to check the images to be printed and the images stored in memory.

  • Page 22: Connection With A Monitor

    CONNECTIONS CONNECTION WITH A MONITOR Make sure to turn off the power before connecting. example) To VIDEO OUT terminal VIDEO ( To VIDEO IN terminal To S-VIDEO IN terminal To S-VIDEO OUT terminal S-VIDEO ( Monitor...

  • Page 23: Connection With Video Or S-video Signal Equipment

    CONNECTION WITH VIDEO OR S-VIDEO SIGNAL EQUIPMENT Make sure to turn off the power before connecting. example) To VIDEO IN terminal VIDEO ( To VIDEO OUT terminal VIDEO signal equipment To S-VIDEO IN terminal S-VIDEO ( S-VIDEO signal equipment CONFORTABLE LD PLAYER DP-L2000 To S-VIDEO OUT terminal Some settings have to be made.

  • Page 24: Connection With Rs-232c Equipment

    CONNECTIONS CONNECTION WITH RS-232C EQUIPMENT This unit can be controlled through a RS-232C port with custom software. (Image data can not be input.) For the protocol, consult your dealer. Make sure to turn off the power before connecting. example) To RS-232C terminal (RS-232C) To RS-232C terminal Equipment with RS-232C...

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    Connect this unit and RS-232C equipment with a crossover cable. Select the baud rate and the command type according to the equipment to be connected. See "BAUD RATE" and "COMMAND TYPE" of RS-232C SET menu in the SETUP menu. (page 40) Set the communication format of the computer with a computer connected.

  • Page 26: Menu Display Example

    CONNECTIONS MENU DISPLAY EXAMPLE The setting conditions of this unit are displayed on the monitor. (This is not an initial setting.) The example is shown below. When this unit is set to ; Number of prints Input signal : S-VIDEO Image being displayed : memory image Program number being selected...

  • Page 27: Before Operation

    BEFORE OPERATION Before printing, Turn on the power of this unit. Load print paper into the paper cassette. Load the paper cassette with print paper into the unit. Load a ribbon cartridge to the unit. (page 21) PAPER/INK RIBBON SET Make sure to use the following types of paper sheet and ink ribbon set.

  • Page 28

    BEFORE OPERATION Place the paper in the paper cassette together with the protection sheet on the top. Make sure that the front corners of the stack are under the metal tabs. Remove the protection sheet placed on the top of the paper.

  • Page 29: Loading Ribbon Cartridge

    LOADING RIBBON CARTRIDGE Be sure to turn on the power of this unit before loading a ribbon cartridge. When you change the ribbon cartridge, remove the ribbon cartridge in this unit by pressing the RIBBON EJECT button. When you use the unit for the fi rst time, this operation is not required. Remove slack in the ink ribbon.

  • Page 30: Usage And Storage Of Paper/ink Ribbon Set

    BEFORE OPERATION USAGE AND STORAGE OF PAPER/INK RIBBON SET BEFORE PRINTING • Fingerprints or dust on the paper’s surface may degrade the print quality and cause paper jams. • When print paper is transferred from a cool place to a hot place, vapor or dew will be generated on the paper’s surface causing paper jams or degraded print quality.

  • Page 31: Printing

    PRINTING BEFORE PRINTING SELECTING FIELD/FRAME buttons • Select "FRAME" for a high resolution still image printing. Select "FIELD" for a picture of quickly moving objects. • When "FIELD" is selected, the print image will be lower in resolution. The selected mode is displayed on the monitor screen. •...

  • Page 32

    PRINTING SELECTING INPUT SIGNAL buttons • Select VIDEO or S-VIDEO according to the input signal. • The input signal can be set on the menu displayed on the monitor screen. • Unless the input signal is changed, it is not necessary to select the input signal every time.

  • Page 33: Memory Print / Multi-image Setting

    MEMORY PRINT / MULTI-IMAGE SETTING As this unit has 8 frames to memory images, the following functions are available. • Memory pages are shown as squares at the lower part of the monitor screen. Memory status is shown as or *. •...

  • Page 34

    PRINTING NUMBER OF MEMORY PAGES Print example Number of Indication on the pages monitor screen MULTI MULTI PRINT MULTI PRINT is the function of 2- or 4-image print on a sheet. Use LAYOUT menu for setting. See the above table for the print examples.

  • Page 35

    CONTINUOUS PRINTING Number of print setting Contimuous printing of a memorized image can be made by setting the number of prints to more than one. The print quantity can be set for up to 5 prints. Continuous printing can be cancelled if needed. Press the Q'TY button on the control panel.

  • Page 36: External Remote Terminal 1

    PRINTING 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 MEMORY & PRINT function is set to ON, the image will be printed Circuit inside after being stored in memory.

  • Page 37: External Remote Terminal 2

    EXTERNAL REMOTE TERMINAL 2 8 7 6 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.

  • Page 38: Setting The Functions

    SETTING THE FUNCTIONS MENU CHART (MONITOR) CONTROL PANEL MENU INPUT menu (Page 33) PROGRAM menu (Page 33) LAYOUT menu (Page 34) PRINT menu (Page 35) COLOR ADJ menu (Page 37) OUTPUT menu (Page 38) SETUP menu (Page 39) To the next page Press the MENU button to exit the menu.

  • Page 39

    SETUP menu (Page 39) SYSTEM SET menu (Page 39) MENU RS-232C SET menu (Page 40) MENU KEY SET menu (Page 40) MENU REMOTE SET menu (Page 42) MENU UTILITY SET menu (Page 45) MENU...

  • Page 40: Selecting And Setting Menus

    SETTING THE FUNCTIONS SELECTING AND SETTING MENUS Use the buttons on the control panel to display menus and select and buttons set functions. (example) When setting multi-image printing Press the MENU button on the control panel to display the menu. MENU button Press the button to select the menu to set.

  • Page 41: Program Menu

    PROGRAM MENU SELECT PROGRAM Selects a program to be used among PRG1, PRG2 and PRG3. DISPLAY S e l e c t s w h e t h e r t o d i s p l a y t h e s e t t i n g information such as the number of prints on the monitor or not.

  • Page 42: Layout Menu

    SETTING THE FUNCTIONS LAYOUT MENU MULTI IMAGES Selects the the number of prints on one sheet. 1 image on a sheet 2 images on a sheet 4 images on a sheet SEPARATE Selects whether a white frame is added to each print or not.

  • Page 43: Print Menu

    PRINT MENU GRADATION Adjusts the gamma curve of the images. Selects the gamma curve among 5 kinds of the settings. M a i n l y w h e n c o n n e c t i n g t o u l t r a s o u n d diagnostic equipment Mainly when connecting to endoscope Mainly when connecting to other equipment...

  • Page 44

    SETTING THE FUNCTIONS Making a comment Comment display You can make a comment with this menu. The menu as shown right is displayed by pressing the ENTER button while selecting ON in the COMMENT menu. Up to 64 letters (32 letters x 2 lines) are available to input. Comment display The comment is shown in this part.

  • Page 45: Color Adj Menu

    COLOR ADJ MENU BRIGHTNESS Adjusts the brightness of the printing image. CONTRAST Adjusts the contrast of the printing image. CYAN-RED Adjusts red-subcontrast of the printing image. Red is added with and cyan is added with MAGENTA-GREEN Adjusts green-subcontrast of the printing image.

  • Page 46: Output Menu

    SETTING THE FUNCTIONS OUTPUT MENU BRIGHTNESS Adjusts the brightness of the image on the monitor. (The whole image will be adjusted.) CONTRAST Adjusts the contrast of the image on the monitor. (The image will be adjusted based on the black level.) •...

  • Page 47: Setup Menu

    SETUP MENU SYSTEM SET Sets buzzer, notifi cation of ink ribbon quantity, etc. REMAINING NOTICE Sets whether the remaining of the ink ribbon is noticed or not. This unit does not inform the ink ribbon remaining. When the remaining of the ink ribbon reaches to the value set by the REMAINING Q'TY menu, this unit informs it.

  • Page 48

    SETTING THE FUNCTIONS RS-232C SET Selects the baud rate and command type, etc. BAUD RATE Sets data transmission rate (baud rate) of the serial communication. Select a proper baud rate for the connected device. COMMAND TYPE Selects RS-232C command type. •...

  • Page 49

    PAGE INCREMENT When images are memorized in all frames in a page, the cursor does not move to the next page automatically. When images are memorized in all frames in a page, the cursor automatically moves to the next page. MEMORY&STOP The image is overlaid on the fi...

  • Page 50

    SETTING THE FUNCTIONS AUTO CLEAR The printed memory image is not cleared. The printed memory image is cleared after completing printing. CLEAR KEY PART When the CLEAR/STOP button is pressed, an image of currently selected frame of a multi-image page will be cleared. PAGE When the CLEAR/STOP button is pressed, all images of currently selected page will be...

  • Page 51

    ERROR BUSY This unit does not output the BUSY signal regarding error. BUSY1 When an error occurs, or during loading or ejecting an ink ribbon, this unit outputs BUSY1 signal. BUSY2 When an error occurs, or during loading or ejecting an ink ribbon, this unit outputs BUSY2 signal.

  • Page 52

    SETTING THE FUNCTIONS REMAINING When the remaining amount of the ink ribbon reaches to the value set by the REMAINING Q'TY menu, this unit does not output the BUSY signal. BUSY1 When the remaining amount of the ink ribbon reaches to the value set by the REMAINING Q'TY menu, this unit outputs the BUSY1 signal to inform the remaining of ink ribbon.

  • Page 53

    SYNCHRONOUS SETTING FOR MEMORY STROBE1 V SYNC Image meorizing BUSY 1/2 OUTPUT a=approx.820 µsec. (a trigger signal 1 for strobe) STROBE2 V SYNC Image memorizing BUSY 1/2 OUTPUT (a trigger signal 2 for strobe) (The numbers in the above fi gures are just references. The timing may be different according to the setting.) UTILITY SET PREVIOUS ERROR...

  • Page 54: Toubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING INDICATION ON THE STATUS DISPLAY & COUNTERMEASURES If printing is not possible or error occurs during printing for some reason, the indicators on the front panel will be lit. An error message will be displayed on the monitor. In this case, follow the procedure described below. When an error occurs during printing, printing automatically resumes after resolving the error if the power of this unit is not turned off.

  • Page 55

    Page Causes/Countermeasures A ribbon cartridge is not loaded. A ribbon cartridge runs out. • Load a new ribbon cartridge. A paper cassette is not loaded. • Load a paper cassette with paper. Print paper is used up. • Load new print paper. Printed paper is stacked at the paper outlet.

  • Page 56: Overcoming Paper Jams

    TROUBLESHOOTING OVERCOMING PAPER JAMS Check the error display on the status indicator. When is displayed, go to step 2. Eject the ribbon cartridge by pressing the RIBBON EJECT button. When the ribbon cartridge can not be ejected by pressing the RIBBON EJECT button, turn off the power and turn it on again.

  • Page 57: Before Calling For Service

    BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE Use the troubleshooting chart to resolve problem in operation. If you are unable to resolve the problem, unplug the power cord and contact your dealer. Symptom Check and Remedy The power is not turned on. Is the power cord plug disconnected from the outlet? Connect the power cord plug to the outlet fi...

  • Page 58

    TROUBLESHOOTING The image is not printed. Is the image data stored in this unit? Is the ribbon cartridge or print paper exhausted? Check the status. Is the paper cassette loaded correctly? Check the status display. Refer to “INDICATION ON THE STATUS DISPLAY & COUNTERMEASURES”.

  • Page 59: Repairing A Torn Ink Ribbon

    REPAIRING A TORN INK RIBBON Position the ribbon cartridge with the torn ink ribbon on a fl at, clean surface. Place a piece of transparent adhesive cellophane tape on the center of the ink ribbon. Cellophane tape Direction to turn the gear Wind the gear in the direction of the arrow so that the cellophane tape is not seen and the ink ribbon is stretched taut.

  • Page 60: Cleaning

    CLEANING CLEANING Clean the thermal head using the cleaning kit for CP31 (option: Model CS30) to maintain stable printer operation and extend the printer’s life. Please ask your dealer about the cleaning kit.

  • Page 61: Spec & Options

    SPEC & OPTIONS SPECIFICATIONS Product name Color Video Copy Processor Model CP31W Printing method Thermal dye sublimation 3-color faces progressive printing (yellow, magenta and cyan) Print quality S size 1600 x 1200 dots L size 2100 x 1600 dots Dot resolution...

  • Page 62: Options

    SERVICE INFORMATION Before requesting service please review this operation manual to correct minor complaints. If you are unable to correct the problem, consult your MITSUBISHI Dealer or MITSUBISHI Service Department. DO NOT ADJUST ANY CONTROLS NOT DESCRIBED IN THIS OPERATION MANUAL.

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