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Models QT-740 and QT-750


Fixed/Elevating
Float-Top
Radiographic Tables

Service Manual

Manual Part No. DC30-007 Revision Q


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Revision History

REVISION DATE TYPE OF MODIFICATION


A 12/07/00 Initial Release.

B 1/5/01 Added long. magnet adjustment, tabletop width


adjustment, DC Motor Driver Bd. replacement procedure

C 2/22/01 Incorporated ECO’s 0241, 0242, 0245, 0247, 0256, 0285

D 4/19/01 Incorporated ECO 0335

E 5/17/01 Modified table mounting instructions

F 8/6/01 Incorporated ECO’s 0294, 0417, 0447, 0451, 0492

G 11/6/01 Incorporated ECO’s 0544, 0572, 0574, 0599

H 3/15/02 Incorporated ECO’s 0706, 0715, 0741, 0749, 0762, 0782

J 7/1/02 Incorporated ECO’s 0449, 0820, 0825, 0845, 0879, 0897

K 8/1/02 Incorporated ECO 0853

L 6/20/03 Incorporated ECO 0894, 1025, 1038, 1116, 1232

M 4/29/03 Incorporated ECO 1189, 1314, 1328, 1359, 1436, 1447

N 9/17/04 Incorporated ECO 1482, 1525

P 4/28/06 Incorporated ECO 1583, 1584, 1605, 1689, 1716

Q 9/7/07 Incorporated ECO 1807, 1850, 1859, 1880

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Specifications
PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................. 1-3
TABLETOP SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................. 1-3
TABLE BASE SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................... 1-3
IMAGE RECEPTOR SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................. 1-3
SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................. 1-4
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................. 1-4
SYSTEM OPTIONS ................................................................................................ 1-4
SYSTEM OPERATING ENVIRONMENT .................................................................... 1-4
NON-OPERATING ENVIRONMENT ......................................................................... 1-4

Chapter 2 Assembly & Installation


OVERVIEW .......................................................................................................... 2-3
UNPACKING ........................................................................................................ 2-3
TABLE ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................ 2-3
POSITIONING THE TABLE BASE ........................................................................ 2-3
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS .............................................................................. 2-4
Power Input Connections (Power Cord with Plug Configuration) .................... 2-4
Power Input Connections (Permanent Wiring Configuration) ......................... 2-4
Re-Configuring AC Line Input Transformer (115 VAC/230 VAC Input) ............ 2-6
Bucky Power Input Connections .................................................................. 2-6
PBL Interlock Cable Connections ................................................................. 2-6
TABLE LEVELING AND MOUNTING ........................................................................ 2-8
MODEL QT-740 - LEVELING AND MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS ............................. 2-8
MODEL QT-750 - LEVELING AND MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS ............................. 2-8
ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES ................................................................................... 2-9
IMAGE RECEPTOR/COLLIMATOR X-RAY ALIGNMENT .......................................... 2-9
TABLETOP ASSEMBLY/INSTALLATION ............................................................. 2-11
REDUCING THE TABLE TOP HEIGHT (MODEL QT-750 ONLY) ............................ 2-14
OPERATOR CONTROL HANDLE ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION ................................ 2-16
OPERATIONAL CHECKS AND ADJUSTMENTS ........................................................ 2-17
CHECKING TABLE FLOAT-TOP OPERATION ...................................................... 2-17
CHECKING UP/DOWN OPERATION (MODEL QT-750 ONLY) ............................... 2-17
TABLE UP/DOWN SPEED ADJUSTMENT (MODEL QT-750 ONLY) ........................ 2-18
PEDAL DISABLE SWITCH OPERATIONAL CHECK ............................................... 2-18
CHECKING THE OBSTRUCTION SENSORS (ELEVATING TABLE ONLY) ................ 2-19
RECEPTOR CABINET LOCKING MAGNET CHECK ............................................... 2-20
POSITIVE BEAM LIMITATION (PBL) COLLIMATORS .......................................... 2-21
MODEL QT-750 COVERS INSTALLATION/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE ..................... 2-21
MODEL QT-740 COVERS INSTALLATION PROCEDURE .......................................... 2-23

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Chapter 3 Theory of Operation


OVERVIEW ..........................................................................................................3-3
MODEL QT-740 TABLE ......................................................................................3-3
Power Distribution ......................................................................................3-3
Float Control ..............................................................................................3-4
Foot Pedal Disable Circuit ...........................................................................3-4
Receptor Cabinet Lock ................................................................................3-4
MODEL QT-750 TABLE ......................................................................................3-4
Power Distribution ......................................................................................3-4
Voltage Regulation .....................................................................................3-5
Float Control ..............................................................................................3-5
Foot Pedal Disable Switch ...........................................................................3-5
Positive Beam Limitation .............................................................................3-5
Receptor Cabinet Lock ................................................................................3-5
Emergency Stop Switch ..............................................................................3-5

Chapter 4 Service Instructions


OVERVIEW ..........................................................................................................4-3
SERVICE MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................4-4
Visual Inspection ........................................................................................4-4
Functional Check for Model QT-750 Elevating Tables ....................................4-4
Lubrication ................................................................................................4-5
Float Top Locking Magnet Check .................................................................4-6
TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES ....................................................................4-8
REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES ........................................................... 4-13
Replacing the Drive Belt (Model QT-750 Tables Only) ................................. 4-13
Replacing the Sync Belt (Model QT-750 Tables Only) .................................. 4-14
Replacing the DC Motor (Model QT-750 Tables Only) .................................. 4-16
Replacing the DC Motor Driver Board A2 (Model QT-750 Tables Only) .......... 4-18
Receptor Cabinet Removal/Replacement .................................................... 4-22
Cassette Tray Removal Procedure ............................................................. 4-23
REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ORDERING INFORMATION ..................................... 4-24
ORDERING INFORMATION .............................................................................. 4-27

Chapter 5 Diagrams
Model QT-740 Radiographic Table Wiring Diagram ..............................................5-3
Model QT-750 Radiographic Table Wiring Diagram ..............................................5-4
4-Way Table Control Board A1 (AY40-017T) .......................................................5-5
6-Way Table Control Board A1 (AY40-030T) Test Point Diagram ..........................5-6
Table Base Plate Mounting Hole Locations ..........................................................5-7
Installing Digital Image Receptor Using QT-FCD Mounting Bracket .......................5-8
Installing Digital Image Receptor Using QT-DDS Slide Mounting Bracket ...............5-9

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PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The following are physical specifications of the radiographic tables:
TABLETOP SPECIFICATIONS
Length: 85.0 inches (2159.0 mm)
Width: 35.5 inches (901.7 mm)
Height (Model QT-740): 32.5 inches (825.5 mm)
Height (Model QT-750):
Raised: 32.5 inches (825.5 mm) *(see note 1)
Lowered: 21.0 inches (533.4 mm)
Tabletop Travel:
Longitudinal: 32 inches (812.8 mm)
Lateral: 10 inches (254 mm)
Tabletop Material: Fiber-resin (phenolic)
Tabletop X-ray Density: 1.0 mm Aluminum
Tabletop-to-Film Plane
Distance: approx. 2.75 inches (69.9 mm)
*Note 1: To compensate for low ceilings, maximum raised table height can be
decreased by up to 2 inches less (see Assembly & Installation Chapter
for instructions)
TABLE BASE SPECIFICATIONS
Width: 48.0 inches (1219.2 mm)
Depth: 26.0 inches (660.4 mm)
Maximum Patient Load (with
non-digital image receptor): 650 lbs. (295 kg)
Maximum Patient Load (with
non-sliding digital image
receptor): 600 lbs. (272.2 kg)
Maximum Patient Load (with
sliding digital image receptor): 550 lbs. (249.5 kg)
IMAGE RECEPTOR SPECIFICATIONS
Compatible With: Grid Cabinet, Bucky, ACL Bucky
Receptor Longitudinal Travel: 20.0 inches (508.0 mm) **(see note 2)

**Note 2: 17.00 inches (431.8 mm) of receptor travel with QT-DDS option

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SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
Tube Stand Compatibility: Compatible with all Quantum Medical Imaging
tube stands and overhead tube cranes
Overall Weight:
Model QT-740: 350.0 lbs. (158.8 kg)
Model QT-750: 500.0 lbs. (226.8 kg)

ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Input Power: 115 VAC (±10%), 15 Amps, 50/60 Hz
230 VAC (±10%), 10 Amps, 50/60 Hz
Mode of Operation:
Model QT-740: Continuous
Model QT-750: Intermittent Operation (80 cycles/hour max.)
Momentary Current:
Model QT-740: 1.0 Amp
Model QT-750: 7.0 Amps
Long Term Current:
Model QT-740: 0.20 Amp
Model QT-750: 0.25 Amp
Locking System Power: 24 VDC/6.0 Amps

SYSTEM OPTIONS
• R90-CB: Abdominal compression band
• Lateral cassette holder (for cross-table work)
• QT-DDS: Digital Drawer Slide (see Figure 1-3 for specifications)
• QT-BMP4: Rubber Corner Bumpers (set of four)
• QT-PLS: Patient Support Strap
• R-DLMP: Receptor Tray for Canon Imager allows images in length-wise
(Portrait) and cross-wise (Landscape) modes.

SYSTEM OPERATING ENVIRONMENT


Ambient Temperature: +10°C to +40°C
Relative Humidity: 30 to 75%, non-condensing
Atmospheric Pressure: 700 hPa to 1060 hPa
NON-OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
Ambient Temperature: -18°C to +70°C
Relative Humidity: 20 to 95%, non-condensing
Atmospheric Pressure: 500 hPa to 1060 hPa

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85.00

2.75
87.00 (MIN.)
TO INSTALL
TABLETOP
(ON EITHER
LEFT OR RIGHT
SIDE OF TABLE)
24.04 PC.G.
15.19
PC.G.

34.00

35.5

32.50

10.79
PC.G.

26.00

Figure 1-1. Model QT-740 Table Configuration Diagram

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35.5

NOTE: CENTER-OF-GRAVITY (C.G.)


IS CALCULATED WITH TABLE
FULLY ELEVATED AND
WITHOUT PATIENT.
32.50

10.79
PC.G.

26.00

85.00

2.75

32.50

24.04 PC.G.

34.00

21.00

Figure 1-2. Model QT-750 Table Configuration Diagram

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Figure 1-3. Table with QT-DDS Option (Slide-Out Canon Digital Receptor)

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ASSEMBLY &
INSTALLATION

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OVERVIEW
Preparing the table for operation requires completion of the following tasks:
• Positioning the Table Base
• Making the Electrical Connections
• Alignment Procedures
• Tabletop Assembly/Installation
• Checking Table Operation
• Installing the Covers

UNPACKING
NOTE Open crate or carton marked "packing list enclosed" first. Remove packing list and
use it as a guide to open the remaining cartons. Do not dispose of packing material
Examine all car- until packing list is matched with actual parts received. Should there be a shortage or
tons and crates damage, notify manufacturer’s customer service department immediately. The manu-
carefully at time
facturer is relieved of any responsibility for damage during shipment after unit is
of delivery. If
damage is appar- picked up by the carrier.
ent, have deliv-
ery driver write a
"Damaged Ship-
TABLE ASSEMBLY
ment Note" on The radiographic table is shipped with most of its major components assembled.
copies of freight
bill, sign it, and
However, the tabletop assembly must be attached to the base assembly and the cov-
file appropriate ers must be installed. After the table is assembled, an operational check is per-
carrier claim. formed. (This check is required only on Model QT-750 radiographic tables.)
Should you dis-
cover concealed On systems equipped with QT-FCD option (fixed mount for Canon Digital Image
damage, immedi- Receptor), refer to Figure 5-5 in Chapter 5, Diagrams for instructions on installing the
ately notify the digital image receptor in the table.
transporting
agent and ask On systems equipped with QT-DDS option (drawer slide mount for Canon Digital
for an Image Receptor), refer to Figure 5-6 in Chapter 5, Diagrams for instructions on
"Inspection of
Damage". Carrier
installing the digital image receptor in the table.
will not accept POSITIONING THE TABLE BASE
concealed dam-
age claim if filed Place the table base in the approximate location where it will be mounted.
after 15 days
Ensure that the floor below the table is level. When positioning the table base,
from date of
receipt of mer- ensure there is a minimum clearance of 87 inches from the outer edge of Bearing
chandise. Rail to the wall on either side of the table (see Figures 1-1 and 1-2). This allows
for installation of the tabletop rails following table mounting. If enough clearance
is provided, proceed to the "Electrical Connections" paragraph in this chapter.
If there is not enough clearance on either side to install the tabletop after the
table is mounted to the floor, the tabletop must be installed prior to mounting the
table. To install the tabletop, proceed to the paragraph entitled "Tabletop Assem-
bly/Installation" before performing the next procedure.

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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

CAUTION! This equipment contains electrostatic


sensitive devices. Observe proper grounding pre-
cautions before handling components or printed
circuit boards.
Power Input Connections (Power Cord with Plug Configuration)
For 115 VAC installations, a 25-foot power cord with a hospital-grade
plug is factory pre-wired to the table. For 230 VAC installations, a 25-foot
"HAR" power cord is factory pre-wired to the table; the installer must
attach the proper plug depending on receptacle type used at installation
site. If a line cord with plug is provided by the facility, it must have a 16
AWG minimum cord (Type SJT or equivalent) and a hospital grade plug.
Connect plug to hospital grade receptacle only. The power supply line
input connection is fused internal to the table (2A for 115 VAC line input,
1A for 230 VAC line input for Model QT-740 tables; 6A for 115 VAC line
input, 3A for 230 VAC line input for Model QT-750 tables).
Power Input Connections (Permanent Wiring Configuration)
CAUTION! When AC power source is single-phase
(e.g., US 115 V and European 230 V), do not fuse
the neutral leg if permanently installed. Replace
neutral wire Fuse F1 with dummy fuse, supplied
with table. When two-phase AC power is used
(e.g., US 240 V), both lines must be fused. For fuse
charts see Chapter 5 Diagrams, Figure 5-1 for
QT-740 Table and Figure 5-2 for QT-750 Table.
The table can be powered from independently fused power source
(mains) or from specified equipment, such as an X-ray generator. All
electrical connections must be made by a qualified electrician in compli-
ance with NEC or local code requirements. Refer to QT-740 or QT-750
Interconnection Diagram in Chapter 5, Diagrams and proceed as follows:
1. To connect external wires to table, either bring cables through the
Rear Bottom Cover access opening or, if conduit and flush floor box is
run beneath the table, through the large 6" x 5" opening in the table
base.

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2. Route power input to Terminal Block TB1 (located on table base) ter-
minals TB1-1 (line), TB1-2 (neutral) and TB1-3 (GND) as
shown in Figure 2-1.

TERMINAL
BOARD TB1

(REAR VIEW)
TERMINAL
BOARD TB2
POWER
INPUT CABLE

Figure 2-1. Connecting Input Power Cable


3. Connect system ground wires as shown in Figure 2-4.

Figure 2-2. System Ground Wire Connections

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Re-Configuring AC Line Input Transformer (115 VAC/230 VAC


Input)
Typically, the AC line input transformer is configured at factory in accor-
dance with user facility electrical requirements (i.e., 115 VAC or 230
VAC). If it is necessary to re-configure from 115 VAC to 230 VAC, or 230
VAC to 115 VAC, make connections at terminal block TB1, located on
table base, as shown in Figure 2-3 and Model QT-740 and QT-750 Radio-
graphic Table Wiring Diagrams in Chapter 5, Diagrams.
In addition, on Model QT-740 tables:
• For 115 VAC line input, the rating of fuse F2 and F1 should be 2
Amps, 250V slow-blow (see FFigureigure 5-1, Chapter 5, Diagrams
for fuse applications chart.)
• For 230 VAC line input Model QT-750 tables, the rating of fuse F2
and F1 should be 1 Amp, 250V slow-blow
On Model QT-750 tables:
• For 115 VAC line input, the rating of fuse F2 (and F1 if two-phase
AC input) should be 6 Amps, 250V slow-blow
• For 230 VAC line input Model QT-750 tables, the rating of fuse F2
and F1 should be 3 Amps, 250V slow-blow(see Figure 5-2, Chapter
5, Diagrams for fuse applications chart.)

CAUTION! A "dummy fuse" should be installed in


F1 fuseholder on all one-phase (with neutral) AC
(Permanently Installed hard wire mains) input
configurations as shown in Models QT-740 and
QT-750 Radiographic Table Wiring Diagrams (see
Chapter 5, DIAGRAMS).

Bucky Power Input Connections


To connect bucky wiring to table, route bucky cable through rear bottom
cover access opening to Terminal Block TB2 (see Figure 2-1). Refer to Q-
740 and QT-750 Table Wiring Diagrams in Chapter 5, Diagrams and to
bucky manufacturer’s installation manual (provided with system) for spe-
cific bucky wiring information.
PBL Interlock Cable Connections
On Model QT-750 tables using PBL interlock, connect PBL cable in accor-
dance with QT-740 and QT-750 Table Wiring Diagrams (refer to Chapter
5, Diagrams).

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115VAC
IN A "dummy fuse" should be installed in F1 fuseholder on all one-phase
(with neutral) AC (Permanently Installed hard wire mains) input
NEUTRAL
F1 configurations as shown in Models QT-740 and QT-750 Radiographic
LINE Table Wiring Diagrams (see Chapter 5, DIAGRAMS).
WHITE
GND
OR DUMMY FUSE
(SEE NOTE)
F2
TB1
1 1 1 T1 5
WHITE ORANGE
1 1 L1 LINE FILTER
2 2 BLACK
2 2 L2 FL1
3 3
3 3 GND 20VAC
4 4 GREEN/YELLOW
4 4
5 5 10A, 250VAC RED 2 6 ORANGE
5 5
6 6 3 7 RED
6 6
7 7
7 7
8 8
8 8 110VAC
9 9
9 9
10 10 4 8
10 10
BLACK
4-62-4305
WHITE

RED
ORANGE
YELLOW

115 VAC INPUT:

TB1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

INSTALL JUMPERS BETWEEN


TERMINALS 5 & 6 AND 9 & 10

230VAC
IN A "dummy fuse" should be installed in F1 fuseholder on all one-phase
(with neutral) AC (Permanently Installed hard wire mains) input
NEUTRAL
F1
configurations as shown in Models QT-740 and QT-750 Radiographic
LINE Table Wiring Diagrams (see Chapter 5, DIAGRAMS).
WHITE
GND
OR DUMMY FUSE
(SEE NOTE)
F2
TB1
1 1 1 T1 5
WHITE ORANGE
1 1 L1 LINE FILTER
2 2 BLACK
2 2 L2 FL1
3 3
3 3 GND 20VAC
4 4 GREEN/YELLOW
4 4
5 5 10A, 250VAC RED 2 6 ORANGE
5 5
6 6 3 7 RED
6 6
7 7
7 7
8 8
8 8 110VAC
9 9
9 9
10 10 4 8
10 10
BLACK
4-62-4305
WHITE
RED

ORANGE
YELLOW

230 VAC INPUT:

TB1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

INSTALL JUMPER BETWEEN


TERMINALS 6 AND 10

Figure 2-3. Connecting Input Power Cable

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TABLE LEVELING AND MOUNTING


The following paragraphs describe the steps necessary to level and mount Models
QT-740 and QT-750 tables.
MODEL QT-740 - LEVELING AND MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Move the QT-740 table into position according to room plan.
2. Place protective covering over boards and components located on the table
base plate to prevent damage from dust and debris during drilling.
3. Using the six (6) table Base Plate 3/8" diameter mounting holes as a guide,
transfer drill through the table base plate mounting holes.
4. Place a level on the table or bucky. A double-bubble level at least 18" long is
recommended. If the table is not perfectly level, place the flat shim plates
near the mounting locations (below the 1/2" aluminum base plate) as
required until the table or bucky reads level. The shims, which measure
approximately 3" x 5", are included with the table hardware kit.
5. Mount table to floor using hardware suitable for the type of floor in the instal-
lation and of sufficient strength to handle 500 lb. pull-load.
MODEL QT-750 - LEVELING AND MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Figure 5-5 in Chapter 5, DIAGRAMS shows the locations of the table mount-
ing holes and cable through openings. Using Figure 5-5 as a guide, mark
locations of the six (6) 3/8" diameter Base Plate mounting holes on the floor.
2. Drill the six (6) mounting holes as marked on floor.
3. Place Base Plate Sound-Proof Material (P/N ME30-081) into position over
drilled holes.
4. Move table into position on top of Base Plate Sound-Proof Material.
5. Place a level on the table or bucky. A double-bubble level at least 18" long is
recommended.
6. If the table is not perfectly level, place the flat shim plates near the mounting
locations as required until the table or bucky reads level.
7. Mount table to floor using hardware suitable for the type of floor in the instal-
lation and of sufficient strength to handle 500 lb. pull-load.

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ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES
IMAGE RECEPTOR/COLLIMATOR X-RAY ALIGNMENT
The image receptor must be properly aligned with the projected light field of the
collimator in order to provide accurate x-ray exposures. If the tube stand used
with the table provides transverse travel of the x-ray tube relative to the table, set
the tube transverse travel in the center detent position prior to performing align-
ment.
The following x-ray alignment procedure may require slight repositioning of the
table base. This movement may affect the position or arrangement of the leveling
plates, requiring an additional check that the table remains level.
Collimator calibration, tube stand alignments, and collimator light field to x-ray
field adjustments, as described in their respective manuals, must be performed
prior to the following procedure.
1. If the tabletop is installed, remove the radiographic portion of the tabletop,
otherwise, proceed to step 2. The tabletop is held on with dual-lock tape; lift
up a corner then carefully pull the tabletop off.
2. With the collimator parallel to the tabletop (0°), turn on the collimator light.
Using the light field adjusting knobs on the collimator, reduce the light field to
a narrow beam of light along the length of the table.
3. Position the collimator to approximately 24" source-to-image distance (SID).
4. Insert a 14" x 17" cassette into the film tray.
5. Turn on power to the table.
6. Turn on the collimator light and, if necessary, loosen mounting hardware and
move the entire table so that the longitudinal center line on the cassette (i.e.,
the line which is parallel to the length of the table) is properly aligned with
the narrow beam of light (see Figure 2-4).

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7. Move the tube stand and Receptor Cabinet simultaneously to check for con-
tinuous alignment of the narrow beam of light to the cassette center line (see
Figure 2-4).

Figure 2-4. Table Longitudinal Axis Alignment


8. Remove cable tie securing the Receptor Cabinet to tabletop frame.
9. If the light beam and cassette center line are in proper alignment, Position
the collimator at 40" SID.
10. Pull the cassette film tray handle out so it extends out of the front opening in
table.
11. Turn on the collimator light.
12. Check for proper alignment of the image receptor centering light (emitted by
the collimator) with the notch in the cassette film tray handle. If misaligned,
refer to the collimator manual for alignment procedures. Tighten table
mounting hardware if previously loosened.

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TABLETOP ASSEMBLY/INSTALLATION

CAUTION! Be careful not to damage the Obstruc-


tion Sensors when installing the Tabletop Assem-
bly.

The following procedure describes how to install the Tabletop Assembly in the
Tabletop Frame.
1. Unpack the Tabletop Assembly from the carton.
2. At the left end of the Tabletop Assembly (as viewed from front of table),
remove three (3) 1/4-20 x 1" low profile socket head screws securing End
Trim Plate to Tabletop End Support. Note: The front edge of table top is indi-
cated by a label.

IMPORTANT! All shims located between the


Tabletop End Support and Rear Table Rail must be
re-installed in exactly the same quantity and loca-
tion for tabletop to be square. If not, tabletop
motion may be adversely affected.

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3. Remove four (4) 1/4-20 x 3/4" socket head cap screws securing Tabletop End
Support to rails and remove Tabletop End Support (see Figure 2-5). Retain all
shims for re-assembly.

END TRIM TABLETOP END


PLATE SUPPORT

END STOP
BUMPERS

TABLE TOP
ASSEMBLY
(BOTTOM VIEW)

Figure 2-5. Table Top End Trim Plate and End Stop Bumpers
4. Apply power to the table. While pressing the FLOAT foot pedal (or FLOAT
push button switch), push in the two float top longitudinal electromagnets so
locks are in "released" position. This will provide sufficient clearance to slide
the table top past the magnets. Do not loosen the longitudinal magnet
mounting brackets; re-adjustment of the longitudinal brakes adjustment will
be required (refer to Chapter 4, Service Maintenance for instructions).
5. Slide the Tabletop Assembly onto the bearing assemblies from the right-hand
end of the table (as viewed from front of table).

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6. Install Tabletop End Support (with correct number of shims) to rails using four
(4) 1/4-20 x 3/4" socket head cap screws (see Figure 2-6).

REAR SHIMS (P/N


TABLE RAIL ME11-115 (.030")
AND/OR ME11-
194 (.010")

TABLETOP END
SUPPORT

Figure 2-6. Tabletop End Support Shim Location

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NOTE: The Tabletop End Supports and Rails were assembled and properly
"squared" prior to shipment from the factory. If tabletop "binding" occurs as the
table top is floated longitudinally, re-check that the tabletop is square. If not,
add or remove shims as required (additional shims, two .030 (ME11-115) and
two .010 (ME11-194), are provided in the hardware bag included with the table).
7. Re-attach the End Trim Plate to the Tabletop Assembly.
8. Re-install the two (2) Table Top End Stop Bumpers on Tabletop Frame.
9. Remove protective backing strip from double-sided tape.
10. Install the radiographic portion of tabletop (i.e., phenolic) by carefully placing
it on the Tabletop Assembly.
11. Press down firmly along all four edges of the phenolic tabletop to secure.
CAUTION! Be sure dual-lock tape securing table-
top to Tabletop Assembly is completely inter-
locked along all four sides of table. If not, the
phenolic tabletop may deflect and interfere with
table "float" motion.
REDUCING THE TABLE TOP HEIGHT (MODEL QT-750 ONLY)
In some facilities, it may be desirable to reduce the maximum vertical height of
the table top (e.g., facilities having an eight-foot ceiling and overhead tube
crane). The following procedure describes how to re-configure the table up limit
switch to decrease the vertical height of the table top (up to two inches lower -
30.5").
1. Locate the table Up Limit Switch S9 (behind the front side Center Ball Screw
Mounting Block) and remove two screws securing the switch to the switch
mounting plate.
2. Turn the switch over, rotate it 180° and then re-mount the switch to the
switch mounting plate (see Figure 2-7).
3. Further adjustment of the vertical table top can be achieved by loosening the
two screws securing the switch mounting plate to the table base and sliding
the mounting plate forward or backward until desired table top height is
attained. Secure switch plate mounting screws when table top is at correct
height.

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Figure 2-7. Changing Up Limit Switch Orientation to Reduce Table Top Height

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OPERATOR CONTROL HANDLE ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION


The following procedure describes how to install the Operator Control Handle
Assembly on the table.
1. Loosen the black plastic knob on the Operator Control Handle Assembly.
2. Insert the rectangular mounting bracket on the rear side of the Operator Con-
trol Handle Assembly into the tabletop’s front (or rear, if desired) accessory
mounting channel as shown in Figure 2-8.
3. Locate the Operator Control Handle Assembly in desired position and tighten
the black plastic knob
4. Connect the Operator Control Handle Assembly plug into the circular socket
(located on the right side transverse cover) and tighten.

ACCESSORY
CHANNEL

PLUG

OPERATOR
CONTROL
HANDLE
ASSEMBLY

Figure 2-8. Installing the Operator Control Handle Assembly

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OPERATIONAL CHECKS AND ADJUSTMENTS


When the table is completely assembled and all required electrical connections have
been made, perform the following tests to verify proper system operation. Tests for
NOTE the table’s elevating (up/down) functions and positive beam limitation (PBL) are
The DC Motor required only on Model QT-750 tables.
Driver Board A2 CHECKING TABLE FLOAT-TOP OPERATION
has five (5) trim
pots identified 1. Depress the FLOAT foot pedal. The tabletop should move freely in either
on the printed direction. Release the FLOAT foot pedal. The tabletop should be locked
circuit board securely in its present position.
that are factory
calibrated and 2. Depress the FLOAT push button on the Operator Control Handle Assembly.
should not The tabletop should move freely in either direction. Release the FLOAT push
require any button. The tabletop should be locked securely in its present position.
further
CHECKING UP/DOWN OPERATION (MODEL QT-750 ONLY)
adjustment.
1. Depress the UP and then the DOWN foot pedal. The following should occur
while each foot pedal is depressed:
a. The tabletop should start to move up (while the UP foot pedal is
pressed) and down (while the DOWN foot pedal is pressed).
b. The FLOAT foot pedal (the outside pedals) should be disabled (i.e.,
the tabletop should remain locked) while the tabletop is moving up or
down.
c. With the table running either up or down, press the red Emergency
Stop Switch. Table up or down motion should stop. Turn the Emer-
gency Stop Switch counterclockwise until it is released. Tabletop up/
down motion is now enabled when foot pedals are pressed.
2. Repeat previous step using the Operator Control Handle Assembly Up/Down
rocker switch.
3. While running the table down, manually activate each Down Limit Safety
Switch (S7 and S10, see Figure 2-9). The table should stop driving down.
4. While running the table up, manually activate each Up Limit Safety Switch (S8
and S9, see Figure 2-9). The table should stop driving up.

CAUTION! Table up/down height must be set to


the heights specified in the following steps. Failure
to do so can cause damage to table components.

5. With table top in fully up position, measure table top height (i.e., distance
from floor to top of table). Table up height should be 32" (812.8 mm). If
not, loosen two (2) screws on Up Limit Safety Switch Mounting Bracket and
adjust position of the Up Limit Safety Switches. Verify correct table top
height after adjustment.

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6. With table top in fully down position, measure table top height (i.e., distance
from floor to top of table). Table down height should be 21.5" (546.1 mm).
If not, loosen two (2) screws on Down Limit Safety Switch Mounting Bracket
and adjust position of the Down Limit Safety Switches. Verify correct table
top height after adjustment.
TABLE UP/DOWN SPEED ADJUSTMENT (MODEL QT-750 ONLY)
If an adjustment to the Up/Down motor speed is necessary, it can be accom-
plished by adjusting the MOTOR SPEED potentiometer A1R27 and A1R78 (on 6-
Way Table Control Board A1, part number AY40-030T). However, it is recom-
mended that travel time (fully raised to fully lowered) remain in the range of
between 8-14 seconds.
1. Locate the MOTOR SPEED potentiometer on 6-Way Table Control Board A1
(see Figure 5-4 in Chapter 5, Diagrams).
2. Rotating the potentiometers A1R27 (Down Motion) and A1R78 (Up Motion)
clockwise (CW) increases speed, counterclockwise (CCW) rotation decreases
speed.

SAFETY BRACKET
(STORED LOCATION) REDUNDANT
UP LIMIT SAFETY
SWITCH
UP LIMIT
SAFETY SWITCH

REDUNDANT
DOWN LIMIT DOWN LIMIT
SAFETY SWITCH SAFETY SWITCH

FRONT TB3 REAR

Figure 2-9. Up/Down Limit Switch Locations


PEDAL DISABLE SWITCH OPERATIONAL CHECK
1. Depress the Pedal Disable Switch until the PEDAL DISABLE SWITCH lamp illu-
minates.
2. Check that all foot pedal functions are disabled, and the FLOAT push button is
disabled.

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3. Depress the Pedal Disable Switch until switch lamp extinguishes.


4. Check that all pedal functions and the FLOAT push button are operational.
CHECKING THE OBSTRUCTION SENSORS (ELEVATING TABLE ONLY)
On Model QT-750, adjustment of the four (4) Obstruction Sensors (S3-S6) was
performed at the factory prior to shipment and no additional adjustment is nor-
mally required. However, in the event Obstruction Sensor adjustment becomes
necessary, the following procedure is provided. The Obstruction Sensors are
located at each end of the left and right Transverse Assemblies below each table-
top rail (see Figure 2-10). Proceed as follows:
1. While the table is driving down, have an assistant lift up the table top (grasp-
ing under the rail) at one corner of the table.
2. The table should stop driving down when the table top is lifted with a reason-
able amount of force.
3. To adjust obstruction sensors, remove the Table Top Assembly (refer to Table-
top Assembly/Installation procedure in this chapter).
4. Loosen the lower hex nut (underside of Bearing Rail) securing the switch to
the Bearing Rail. Turn the upper hex nut on obstruction switch clockwise to
increase sensitivity, counterclockwise to decrease sensitivity.
5. Re-tighten the lower hex nut when adjustment is correct.
6. Re-install Tabletop Assembly (refer to Tabletop Assembly/Installation proce-
dure in this chapter).
7. Repeat above steps for each of the other obstruction sensors.

OBSTRUCTION
SENSOR

BEARING RAIL
ASSEMBLY

Figure 2-10. Obstruction Sensor (Typical)

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RECEPTOR CABINET LOCKING MAGNET CHECK


Verify the receptor cabinet locking magnet firmly locks the receptor cabinet along
full range of travel. When magnet is released, check for sufficient clearance
between the magnet and wear strip. The magnet should not contact the wear
strip when released. If adjustment is required, see Figure 2-11 and proceed as
follows:

ADJUST FOR
APPROXIMATELY
0.04" GAP

10-32 X 1/4" PAN


HEAD SCREWS
(3X)

Figure 2-11. Receptor Cabinet Locking Magnet


1. Loosen the three (3) 10-32 x 1/4" pan head screws securing the Receptor
Cabinet Magnet Lock Bracket to Receptor Mounting Plate.
2. Push the magnet up to fully raised (released) position.
3. Place two (2) Brake Spacer Tools, P/N TL10-002 (a piece of 0.020" shim
stock) provided with the table, between magnet and wear strip.
4. Tighten the three (3) 10-32 x 1/4" pan head screws securely.
5. Re-check operation of receptor cabinet locking magnet.

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POSITIVE BEAM LIMITATION (PBL) COLLIMATORS


For Positive Beam Limitation (PBL) Collimators and Elevating Tables only, verify
the Vertical SID Interlock feature is functioning properly as follows:
1. Place a 14" x 17" film cassette into the cassette tray and insert the cassette
tray into the Receptor Cabinet.
2. Turn on power to the table.
3. Raise the table until it stops.
4. Position the collimator to 40" SID to table image receptor (40" SID LED indi-
cator on tube stand handgrips should be illuminated).
5. The collimator should indicate it is ready for exposure.
6. Depress the DOWN foot pedal. The collimator should now indicate it is not
ready for exposure.
7. Try to take an x-ray exposure and verify that no exposure is possible.

MODEL QT-750 COVERS INSTALLATION/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE


Proceed as follows after completing all wiring, alignment, and assembly operations:
1. Raise table to full up position.
2. Attach the Lower Rear Cover to aluminum base plate using five (5) 10-32 x 3/8"
screws with external tooth star washers (see Figure 2-12). Do not fully tighten
screws at this time.

LOWER FRONT LOWER


COVER REAR COVER

Figure 2-12. Table Lower Front and Rear Covers Installed

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3. Attach the Lower Front Cover to aluminum base plate using four (4) 10-32 x 3/8"
screws with external tooth star washers (see Figure 2-12). Do not fully tighten
screws at this time.
4. Attach two (2) Lower Side Covers to Lower Front and Lower Rear Covers using
four (4) 6-32 x 3/8" screws with external tooth star washers in each Lower Side
Cover (see Figure 2-13).

LOWER LEFT
COVER

LOWER RIGHT
COVER

Figure 2-13. Table Lower Left and Right Covers Installed


5. Lower the table top to check that Scissors Assembly does not interfere with Lower
Front and Rear Covers. Adjust covers as necessary. When covers are correctly
positioned, tighten all hardware securing lower covers.
6. Attach Upper Front Cover to the tabletop frame using four (4) 10-32 x 3/8"
screws with external tooth star washers. Do not fully tighten screws at this time.
7. Attach Upper Rear Cover to tabletop frame using two (2) 10-32 x 3/8" screws and
external tooth star washers. Do not fully tighten screws at this time.
8. Attach Upper Front Cover to Upper Rear Cover using two (2) 8-32 x 3/8" screws
and external tooth star washers (see Figure 2-14). Tighten all hardware securing
upper covers.
9. Verify there is adequate clearance for the top covers; test run the table up and
down while checking for interference between upper and lower covers. If adjust-
ment is necessary, remove upper covers, then loosen screws securing lower front
and rear covers. Adjust lower covers in or out on slots, as required. Tighten all
lower cover hardware, re-assemble upper covers and re-check for interference.

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UPPER REAR
COVER

Figure 2-14. Upper Rear Cover Installed

MODEL QT-740 COVERS INSTALLATION PROCEDURE


Proceed as follows after completing all wiring, alignment, and assembly operations:
1. Attach the Lower Rear Cover to aluminum base plate using five (5) 10-32 x 3/
8" screws with external tooth star washers (see Figure 2-12). Do not fully
tighten screws at this time.
2. Attach the Lower Front Cover to aluminum base plate using four (4) 10-32 x
3/8" screws with external tooth star washers (see Figure 2-12). Do not fully
tighten screws at this time.
3. Attach two (2) Lower Side Covers to Lower Front and Lower Rear Covers
using four (4) 6-32 x 3/8" screws with external tooth star washers in each
Lower Side Cover (see Figure 2-13).
4. Adjust covers as necessary. When covers are correctly positioned, tighten all
hardware securing lower covers.
5. Attach Upper Front Cover to the tabletop frame using four (4) 10-32 x 3/8"
screws with external tooth star washers. Do not fully tighten screws at this
time.
6. Attach Upper Rear Cover to tabletop frame using two (2) 10-32 x 3/8" screws.
Do not fully tighten screws at this time.
7. Attach Upper Front Cover to upper Rear Cover using two (2) 8-32 x 3/8"
screws and external tooth star washers (see Figure 2-14). Tighten all upper
cover hardware.

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OVERVIEW
Model QT-740 and QT-750 radiographic tables feature a tabletop that "floats" in four
directions for transverse and longitudinal patient positioning. The tabletop of Model
QT-750 can also be raised and lowered.
The tabletop floats (rides) on 30 bearings; 26 provide longitudinal tabletop motion, and
four are provided for transverse (forward and backward) tabletop motion. The longitudi-
nal bearings are bolted to two precision-machined stainless steel bearing bars, which are
mounted below the tabletop on the front and back sides of the table. Four 1-5/8" load
bearings bolted on the Transverse Carriage Assembly permit transverse travel of the
tabletop. Eight anti-racking and four anti-tipping guide bearings, bolted to the Transverse
Carriage Assembly, stabilize tabletop transverse motion by controlling movement of the
left and right Transverse Rails.
Two fail-safe brakes (24 VDC electromagnets) are positioned extremely close to the bear-
ing bars. When the electromagnets are de-activated (i.e., FLOAT foot pedal/push button
is not pressed), the fail-safe brakes "grab" the bearing bar securely, locking the longitudi-
nal travel of the table. Similarly, four fail-safe brakes (24 VDC electromagnets) are used
to grab the Transverse Rails, locking the transverse travel of the table. Depressing either
the FLOAT foot pedal(s) or FLOAT push button energizes the electromagnets, releasing
the fail-safe brakes and allowing the tabletop to float freely both longitudinally and trans-
versely.
The Receptor Cabinet rides on four linear ball-bearings mounted to adjustable brackets
attached to either side of the cabinet. These bearings travel on the hardened and pol-
ished steel shafts of the Receptor Cabinet Carriage. One electromagnet on the underside
of the housing "locks" the Receptor Cabinet into place until the Receptor Cabinet Lock
Release switch is depressed, thereby releasing the magnet's hold and allowing free move-
ment of the Receptor Cabinet.
The following paragraphs provide theory of operation for Model QT-740 and Model
QT-750 radiographic tables.
MODEL QT-740 TABLE
NOTE
The table's major electrical components include the AC transformer and fuse block,
The table
printed circuit boards, and magnetic locks. See Figures 5-1 and 5-3 in Chapter 5, Dia-
power supply
grams.
cord is the
power Power Distribution
disconnect
device. If hard 115/230 VAC line input is applied through fuses F1 and F2 to step-down trans-
wiring system former T1. Transformer T1 provides 18 VAC to 4-Way Table Control Board con-
power nector A1J1-1 and A1J1-2. The 18 VAC input is applied to full-wave bridge
connection, the rectifier A1DB1, filtered by A1C1 and A1R1, and applied through resistor A1R2
disconnect and zener diode A1D1 to produce +12 VDC. The +24 VDC output of A1DB1 is
device is connected to A1J1-6 and A1J1-10 to provide +24 VDC to the bucky, transverse,
facility-provided and longitudinal electromagnets.
external circuit
breaker or shut-
off switch.

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Float Control
Model QT-740 tables have one foot pedal and one push button switch (located on
the Operator Control Handle Assembly) that control four-way float top operation.
Pressing the foot pedal operates switches S1 and S2, and pressing the push but-
ton switch operates switch S3. When S1, S2, or S3 is activated, a negative-going
level is applied through normally open (N.O.) PEDAL DISABLE switch S4 and
FLOAT switch S1, S2, or S3 to A1C3, which generates a negative-going pulse at
one-shot A1U1-2 on 4-Way Table Control Board A1. One-shot A1U1-3 produces a
47-second pulse that turns on FET A1Q1, which provides drive current for the
+24 VDC transverse and longitudinal electromagnets. The magnets release the
mechanical brakes, allowing tabletop "float" motion. After 47 seconds, or releas-
ing the FLOAT foot pedal or push button (which applies a negative-going level to
A1U1-4, resetting A1U1) A1Q1 turns off. The magnets de-energize and lock pre-
venting tabletop "float" motion.
Foot Pedal Disable Circuit
A Foot Pedal Disable Switch S4 is located below the table rail on the left end of
the table. Pressing the switch until PEDAL DISABLE SWITCH lamp DS2 is illumi-
nated disconnects FLOAT switches S1, S2, and S3 thereby disabling FLOAT foot
pedal and FLOAT push button operation. When the patient is in the correct loca-
tion for x-ray, disabling the FLOAT foot pedal push button prevents inadvertent
activation of the pedal. When Foot Pedal Disable Switch lamp DS2 is not illumi-
nated, the FLOAT foot pedal and push button are fully operational.
Receptor Cabinet Lock
The Receptor Cabinet magnetic lock has its own release switch (S5) for Receptor
Cabinet positioning. When S5 is pressed, the Receptor Cabinet locking magnet is
de-energized enabling cabinet movement.
MODEL QT-750 TABLE
The table's major electrical components include the AC transformer and fuse block,
printed circuit boards, magnetic locks, and DC motor. Vertical table motion is per-
formed by a motor-driven twin lead screw assembly mounted on the table base. The
DC motor drives the twin lead screw assembly via belt connection, which extends
(upward) and retracts (downward) the Scissors Assembly when the UP or DOWN foot
pedal, respectively, is depressed. See Figures 5-2 and 5-4 in Chapter 5, Diagrams.
Power Distribution
115/230 VAC line input is applied through terminal board TB1, fuses F1 and F2,
and line filter FL1 and to AC transformer T1. Transformer T1 provides 20 VAC to
6-Way Table Control Board A1. Transformer T1 also provides 110 VAC to DC
Motor Driver A2 (AC terminals) and to 6-Way Table Control Board connector A1J1-
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Voltage Regulation
From AC transformer T1, 20 VAC is supplied to 6-Way Table Control Board A1 at
connector pins A1J5-1 and A1J5-3 (see Figure 5-2). Fuse protection for 20 VAC
input is provided by fuse A1F2.
Float Control
Model QT-750 tables have two FLOAT foot pedals, which operate switches S11
and S12 and a FLOAT push button switch (S13) located on the Operator Control
Handle Assembly, attached to the tabletop accessory rail. When S11, S12, or S13
is activated, a low FLOAT signal is applied through 6-Way Table Control Board
connector A1J2-18. This signal triggers a one-shot that produces a 47 second
pulse, which provides drive current for the +24 VDC transverse and longitudinal
electromagnets. The magnets release the mechanical brakes allowing tabletop
"float" motion. When the FLOAT push button is released, or after 47 seconds of
continuous activation (i.e., after the one-shot times out) the magnets are de-
energized and the fail-safe brakes lock, inhibiting tabletop "float" motion.
Foot Pedal Disable Switch
Foot Pedal Disable Switch S14 is located below the table rail on the left end of the
table. Pressing the switch until the PEDAL DISABLE SWITCH lamp DS2 is illumi-
nated disables foot pedal operation. When the patient is in the correct location
for x-ray, disabling the foot pedals prevents inadvertent activation of the pedals.
When the Foot Pedal Disable Switch lamp DS2 is not illuminated, the foot pedals
are fully operational.
Positive Beam Limitation
When the table is used in a PBL system, the UP LIMIT signal is used to prevent
exposures when the table is not in its full up position (i.e., at 40" SID). Relay
A1K8 is energized when the table is at its maximum up position (as indicated
when the /UP LIMIT signal is active low) to indicate the 40" SID position via relay
contact closure at A1J4-1 and A1J4-2. This contact closure is then fed to the
table's PBL circuit to indicate the 40" SID position.
Receptor Cabinet Lock
The Receptor Cabinet magnetic lock has its own release switch (S15) for Receptor
Cabinet positioning. When S15 is pressed, the Receptor Cabinet locking magnet
is de-energized enabling cabinet movement.
Emergency Stop Switch
The Emergency Stop switch (S16) is a two-position push-button switch connected
across the 110 VAC secondary of transformer T1. Pressing the switch breaks the
110 VAC input connection applied to DC Motor Driver Board A2 (at one AC termi-
nal) thereby removing power from the table DC motor drive circuit. To restore
power, the switch must be manually released to the normally closed position.

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In addition to providing an emergency shut-off function, the Emergency Stop


Switch serves as an indicator lamp that flashes at a 1-Hertz rate in the event one
of the following "faults" occur:
• Any of the obstruction sensors (S3 - S6) are activated (during tabletop down
movement)
• A drive belt fault condition occurs (i.e. snapped or disengaged belt), sensed
by normally-closed MOTOR BELT switch S22
• A sync belt fault condition occurs (i.e. snapped or disengaged belt), sensed
by normally-closed SYNC BELT switch S23
• DC Motor over-temperature fault occurs (motor temperature exceeds 70°C),
sensed by DC Motor thermal switch S21
• The 20 VAC input from transformer T1 falls below 15% nominal
• Redundant down limit switch S10 or redundant up limit switch S8 is
activated
When any of the above conditions occur, a low-to-high transition is applied to a
1-Hz square wave oscillator/transistor circuit on Table Control Board A1, which
generates the FL+EM SW signal that drives the EMERGENCY SWITCH LAMP DS1
through connector A1J2-20.

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SERVICE
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OVERVIEW
This chapter provides instructions to assist the service technician in maintaining the
smooth operation of the table. The table will function reliably when maintained
according to the instructions provided in this chapter. Only properly trained service
personnel should service or maintain this equipment. Safe equipment performance
requires the attention of service personnel who are specifically trained and experi-
enced with medical x-ray apparatus. Applicable preventive maintenance or any repair
service should be performed by these skilled individuals. Failure to follow manufac-
turer’s or service personnel’s recommendations may result in serious injury.

WARNING! Personnel engaged in maintenance


activities should exercise normal caution and care
while working with electromechanical equipment.
Before removing or opening any electrical power
panels or covers, verify that the incoming power
supply is turned OFF. In the event maintenance
procedures require power to be supplied to the
unit, extreme care MUST be exercised to insure
the safety of service or other personnel in the
area. When working on the Scissors Assembly, be
sure the Safety Bracket is installed as shown in
Figure 4-1. Verify that the equipment is properly
grounded before attempting any electrical opera-
tion.

SAFETY
BRACKET

Figure 4-1. Safety Bracket Installed

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SERVICE MAINTENANCE

WARNING! Always disconnect the equipment


from the main power supply prior to any cleaning.
Visual Inspection
A complete series of inspections and functional checks was conducted at
installation to insure proper operation of the system. The following
inspection and adjustment procedures are recommended to maintain the
system in its original operating condition.
Perform Every Six Months:
•Check for evidence of loose hardware or loose wires
•Check all bearings and bearing surfaces for cleanliness and
corrosion
•Clean Bearing Tracks
•Conduct a general inspection for worn or damaged parts
•Inspect Drive and Sync belts for wear, cracks, looseness
•Check for smoothness of Receptor Cabinet motion
•Verify that all ground conductors are properly and securely
installed and free of corrosion or damage
•Check all electrical cabling and wiring for wear and fraying
•Perform a functional test and check table vertical travel (Model
QT-750 only)
•Perform float top locking magnet operational check (refer to
"Float Top Locking Magnet Check" procedure in this chapter)
•Check external covers for proper fit; inspect for scratches that
may indicate cover misalignment or damage caused by collisions
with footstools, trolleys, or other equipment
Functional Check for Model QT-750 Elevating Tables
1. Raise the table to the full up position and then turn power off.
2. Remove the upper and lower covers from the table.
WARNING! On Model QT-750 tables, a Safety
Bracket (mounted on the QT-750 table base plate)
is used to prevent collapse of the Scissors Assem-
bly onto the table base plate during servicing.
Verify Safety Bracket is in place as shown in Fig-
ure 4-1 prior to servicing around or below the
Scissors Assembly.
3. Check mounting hardware that mounts table base to the floor for
a secure, tight fit. Be sure to check all six (6) mounting points.
4. Lubricate two (2) Lead Screw shafts using NGLI no. 1 grease
(Superlube® Multipurpose Grease, Lubriplate MAG-1 Polymer
Grease, or equivalent).

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5. Lubricate points as shown in Figures 4-2 and 4-3. Use light


weight machine quality oil only!

Figure 4-2. Lubrication Points - Table Frame Thompson Shafts


6. Turn power on to the table.

Figure 4-3. Lubrication Points - Bucky Thompson Shafts

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WARNING! Exercise extreme care to insure the


safety of service or other personnel in the area.
DO NOT insert hands, tools, etc., into the Scissors
Assembly area while power is on.

7. Check table travel by driving the table down and then up. Make
sure that nothing is binding or pulling during the up/down travel
movement.
8. On PBL systems, verify table/collimator S.I.D. Interlock feature
operates correctly.
9. Replace the upper and lower table covers (refer to Chapter 2,
Assembly and Installation).
10. Place a loaded cassette into the bucky tray and take a projection.
Inspect the film to determine whether the bucky and collimator
are still in alignment.
Lubrication
Model QT-750 tables require lubrication at the locations shown in Figures
4-2 and 4-3 at least every twelve months. Model QT-740 requires lubrica-
tion at the locations shown in Figure 4-3 at least every twelve months.
Float Top Locking Magnet Check
With power applied to table, check holding force of floating table top in
both longitudinal (left-to-right) and transverse (front-to-back) directions.
If holding force is not sufficient, adjust Float Top Locking Magnets as fol-
lows:
Note: Both the front and rear Longitudinal Magnets must
be aligned at the same time.
1. Starting at one corner, lift the phenolic table top up and then
gradually pull the top apart from dual-lock tape attached to table
rails. Place table top to the side.
2. Loosen the two (2) hex head bolts securing each Longitudinal
Magnet Bracket to Transverse Rails.
3. Place Brake Spacer Tool P/N TL10-002 (a piece of 0.020" shim
stock), provided with the table, between magnet and Brake Shoe
as shown in Figure 4-4).
4. Press float foot pedal. The magnet should release from Brake
Shoe. If not, push against magnet until it releases.

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5. Slide the Longitudinal Magnet Bracket toward Tabletop Rail until


Magnet just contacts the shim. Ensure Brake Pad is parallel with
respect to rail.
6. Tighten two (2) hex head screws in Longitudinal Magnet Bracket.

SPACER TOOL TL10-002


(SEE DETAIL BELOW)

LONGITUDINAL TABLETOP MAGNET BRAKE SHOE


MAGNET BRACKET RAIL

TL10-002

SPACER TOOL, LONGITUDINAL BRAKE

Figure 4-4. Adjusting the Longitudinal (Float) Magnets

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TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE
The following table provides instructions for troubleshooting various problems that
could be encountered on Model QT-740 and/or QT-750 radiographic tables. Refer to
Chapter 6, Diagrams for the locations of the LEDs mentioned in this table.

Table 4-1. Troubleshooting Information

PROBLEM/INDICATION TABLE ACTION


MODEL
Emergency Shut-off Switch lamp QT-750 6-Way Table Control Board AY40-030T con-
is flashing tains various status/error LEDs to indicate cur-
rent operational status of the table and to
identify particular error types. The steps that
follow provide a description of each LED indi-
cator and suggests an appropriate action in
the event the indicator is lit.

Error LED D12 (OBS SENS #1) is QT-750 This LED is lit when front left obstruction sen-
lit and error LED D53 (EMERG.) sor is activated:
is flashing 1. Remove obstruction.
2. Adjust front left obstruction sensor.

Error LED D16 (OBS SENS #2) is QT-750 This LED is lit when rear left obstruction sen-
lit and error LED D53 (EMERG.) sor is activated:
is flashing 1. Remove obstruction.
2. Adjust rear left obstruction sensor.

Error LED D22 (OBS SENS #3) is QT-750 This LED is lit when front right obstruction sen-
lit and error LED D53 (EMERG.) sor is activated:
is flashing 1. Remove obstruction.
2. Adjust front right obstruction sensor.

Error LED D24 (OBS SENS #4) is QT-750 This LED is lit when rear right obstruction sen-
lit and error LED D53 (EMERG.) sor is activated:
is flashing 1. Remove obstruction.
2. Adjust rear right obstruction sensor.

Status LED D32 (DN LMT) is lit QT-750 This LED is lit when table top is at "normal"
down limit. No action is required; this is a nor-
mal condition when table is in down position.

Status LED D36 (UP LMT) is lit QT-750 This LED is lit when table top is at "normal" up
limit. No action is required; this is a normal
condition when table is in up position.

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Table 4-1. Troubleshooting Information

PROBLEM/INDICATION TABLE ACTION


MODEL
Status LED D42 (PEDDIS) is lit QT-750 No action is required; this is a normal condi-
tion when Foot Pedal/Operator Control Handle
Disable Switch is activated.
Pedal/Operator Control Handle disabled = ON
Pedal/Operator Control Handle enabled = OFF

Status LED D48 (FLOAT) is lit QT-750 This LED is lit when table top "float" function is
not active. No action is required; this is a nor-
mal condition when Float Foot Pedal or Opera-
tor Control Handle FLOAT Push button is not
pushed in.

Error LED D51 (BELTS) is lit and QT-750 This LED is lit when the Drive or Sync belt sen-
error LED D53 (EMERG.) is sor is activated, or drive motor thermal sensor
flashing is activated, or transformer A1T1 input voltage
falls below required operational voltage. Per-
form following checks:
1.Check if a drive belt fault condition occurred
(i.e. snapped or disengaged belt), sensed
by normally-closed MOTOR BELT switch
S22.
2.Check if a sync belt fault condition occurred
(i.e. snapped or disengaged belt), sensed
by normally-closed SYNC BELT switch S23.
3.If no belt fault is found, a DC Motor over-
temperature fault may have occurred
(motor temperature exceeds 70°C), sensed
by DC Motor thermal switch S21. Allow DC
Motor to cool, then re-check table opera-
tion. If still not operating, remove power
from table and check S21 with ohmmeter. If
open, replace S21.
4.If none of the above, the 20 VAC input from
transformer T1 may have dropped below
15% nominal. Check for 110 VAC across ter-
minals L1 and L2 on DC Motor Driver Board
A2, and also on
6-Way Table Control Board A1 connector J1,
across pins 15 and 16.

Error LED D53 (EMERG.) is lit QT-750 Release Emergency Switch, error light should
steady and Emergency shut-off extinguish.
switch is activated.

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Table 4-1. Troubleshooting Information

PROBLEM/INDICATION TABLE ACTION


MODEL
Error LED D56 (U/D LMT) is lit QT-750 This LED is lit when table top redundant down
and error LED D53 (EMERG.) is limit switch S10 or redundant up limit switch
flashing S8 was activated, indicating excessive table
up/down speed or a failure or mis-alignment of
primary up limit switch S9 or primary down
limit switch S7. To regain table movement, de-
activate the activated redundant switch (i.e.,
S10 or S8) then move table up or down as
required until table top height is within normal
operating height range.
Check table speed and adjust as required (i.e.,
readjust MOTOR SPEED potentiometers A1R27
(Down Motion) and A1R78 (Up Motion) on 6-
Way Table Control Board A1). It is recom-
mended that the travel time (fully raised to
fully lowered) remain in the range of between
8-14 seconds.

Status LED D31 (BRAKE) is lit QT-750 Power is applied to three fail-safe brakes (i.e.,
brakes are in released state). No action is
required; this is a normal condition during
table top up/down motion.

Table does not drive up or QT-750 1. Check if the Emergency Shut-off switch is
down; error LED D53 (EMERG.) activated (Emergency Shut-off switch indi-
is flashing. cator light is illuminated, D53 is flashing).
2.Check Up foot pedal connections at connec-
tor pins A1J2-1 and A1J2-15 and Down foot
pedal connections at pins A1J2-11 and
A1J2-15.
3.Check for loose pin connection on 6-Way
Table Control Board A1 connector J1 (pins
10 and 2 to DC Motor, and pins 8 and 14 to
Motor Brake).

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Table 4-1. Troubleshooting Information

PROBLEM/INDICATION TABLE ACTION


MODEL
Table does not drive up or QT-750 1.Verify the following:
down; error LED D53 (EMERG.) a. AC supply to DC Motor Driver Board A2
not flashing. is normal (110 to 120 VAC during
standby; 100 VAC when driving up or
down).
b. DC supply on DC Motor Driver Board A2
is normal (160 to 165 Vdc during
standby; approx. 145 Vdc when driving
up or down).
c. A normal "speed command" input volt-
age as measured between S1(L) and
S2(W) on the DC Motor Driver Board
A2 (0 Vdc during standby; between 4.5
and 12.0 Vdc when driving up or
down).
2. If above appear normal, and an insufficient
sag in the DC occurs, do the following:
a. Disconnect the A+ and A- leads from
the Minarik DC Motor Driver Board A2.
b. Measure Ohms across the leads you
removed as you command a vertical
motion. Once the control relays are
activated, the motor armature's input
impedance (Low Ohms) should appear
on these leads.
c. If no change occurs, the problem is in
the current path to the motor. If a low
ohms reading does occur and no
motion or a slow motion occurs,
replace the defective DC Motor Driver
Board A2.

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Table 4-1. Troubleshooting Information

PROBLEM/INDICATION TABLE ACTION


MODEL
Table drives up and down, but QT-750 1.Check if the Emergency Shut-off switch is
tabletop does not float. activated (Emergency Shut-off switch indi-
cator light is illuminated, D53 is flashing).
2.Check +24 vdc supply fuses A1F1 (8A) and
A1F2 (10A) on 6-Way Table Control Board
A1.
3.Verify 20 vac is present across 6-Way Table
Control Board A1 connector J5 pins 1 and 3.
4.Verify +24 vdc is present across 6-Way Table
Control Board A1 connector J3 pins 1 and 8
(for Transverse Magnet) and connector J3
pins 5 and 6 (for Longitudinal Magnet).
5.Check if transistors Q1 and Q3 on 6-Way
Table Control Board A1 are shorted.

No Power to the Table QT-740, 1.Check for correct incoming line voltage at
QT-750 terminal block TB1-1 and TB1-2.
2.Check line input fuses F1 and F2.
3.Check for 115 VAC across TB1-5 and
TB1-9. If not present, replace line filter.
4.Check 115 vac and 20 vac outputs of AC
Input Transformer T1: measure for 110 vac
across 6-Way Table Control Board A1 con-
nector J1-15 and Emergency Shut-off switch
terminal 1. Measure 20 vac across 6-Way
Table Control Board A1 connector J5 pins 1
and 3.

Image Receptor Cabinet lock QT-740, 1.Verify +24 vdc is present across 6-Way Table
not working QT-750 Control Board A1 connector J3 pins 2 and 9.
2.Check +24 vdc supply fuse A1F1 on 6-Way
Table Control Board A1.
3.Check Bucky Switch S15 and bucky electro-
magnet.

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Table 4-1. Troubleshooting Information

PROBLEM/INDICATION TABLE ACTION


MODEL
Table drives up, does not drive QT-750 1.While activating Down Foot Pedal, monitor
down; status LED D36 (UP LMT) voltage across 6-Way Table Control Board
is lit, error LED D56 (U/D LMT) connector J2 pins 11 and 15 to verify opera-
is not lit tion of Down Pedal Switch S2. Replace
switch if faulty. If switch is good, proceed
with next step.
2.Check signal at TP6 on 6-Way Table Control
Board A1 while activating DOWN foot pedal.
It should toggle between high (+15 vdc)
when pedal is activated and low (approx. 0
vdc) when pedal is not activated. If not,
replace A1 board.

Table drives down, does not QT-750 1.While activating Up Foot Pedal, monitor volt-
drive up; status LED D32 (DN age across
LMT) is lit, error LED D56 (U/D 6-Way Table Control Board connector J2
LMT) is not lit. pins 1 and 15 to verify operation of Up
Pedal Switch S1. Replace switch if faulty. If
switch is good, proceed with next step.
2.Check signal on TP3 on 6-Way Table Control
Board A1 while activating UP foot pedal. It
should toggle between high (+15 vdc)
when pedal is activated and low (approx. 0
vdc) when pedal is not activated. If not,
replace A1 board.

Float Top Locking Magnets not QT-740, Refer to "Float Top Locking Magnet Check"
holding sufficiently. QT-750 procedure in this chapter for Float Top Locking
Magnet adjustment instructions.

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REMOVAL/REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES
The following procedures provide step-by-step instructions for removal and
replacement of the repairable components in the table.
Replacing the Drive Belt (Model QT-750 Tables Only)

WARNING! Make sure to remove any objects from


the tabletop before continuing.

1. Raise the table to the full up position and then turn power off.
2. Remove upper and lower table covers.
3. Install Service Safety Bracket.
4. Remove four (4) hex bolts securing the DC Motor to Table Base
Plate (see Figure 4-5).
5. Remove Drive Belt from pulley.
6. Install replacement Drive Belt on pulley.
7. Install, but do not tighten, four (4) hex bolts securing DC Motor
to the Table Base Plate.
8. Adjust belt tension by sliding DC Motor toward front end of Table
Base Plate. When belt tension is set, tighten DC Motor mounting
screws.

DC MOTOR

DRIVE BELT

DC MOTOR
MOUNTING SCREWS
(4X)

Figure 4-5. DC Motor Location


9. Verify Drive Belt Safety Switch is in open position (if not, motor
will not operate).

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10. Remove Safety Bracket.


11. Reinstall upper and lower table covers (refer to Chapter 2,
Assembly and Installation).
12. Turn on power. Perform an operational test and check table
travel and positions.
Replacing the Sync Belt (Model QT-750 Tables Only)

WARNING! Remove any objects from the tabletop


before continuing.

1. Raise the table to the full up position and then turn power off.
2. Remove upper and lower table covers.
3. Install Service Safety Bracket.
4. Remove four (4) hex bolts securing the DC Motor to the Table
Base Plate (see Figure 4-5).
5. Remove Drive Belt from pulley.
6. Loosen two (2) bolts securing Sync Belt Switch Bracket (see Fig-
ure 4-6) and remove Sync Belt Switch Bracket and set aside. (Do
not disconnect switch wires).

SYNC BELT
SWITCH
BRACKET

BELT
TENSIONER

Figure 4-6. Location of Sync Belt Switch Bracket and Tensioner

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7. Loosen nut on Belt Tensioner to create slack in belt (see Figure


4-6). If necessary, remove Belt Tensioner to achieve sufficient
slack for belt removal.
8. Loosen two (2) 1/4-20 socket head cap screws securing Ball
Screw Mounting Block at pulley end of Lead Screw to Base Plate
(see Figure 4-7). Gently tap Block to remove it from Lead Screw.
9. Remove Sync Belt from pulleys.
10. Install replacement Sync Belt on pulleys.
11. Verify the distance between Ball Nut Blocks and center Ball Screw
Mounting Blocks (see Figure 4-7) are equal (±0.003"). If not,
rotate either shaft until distances are equal (within tolerance).
This is to ensure equal torque on both Lead Screws.
12. Install Ball Screw Mounting Block on pulley end of Lead Screw
and secure to Table Base Plate using two (2) 1/4-20 socket head
cap screws.

CENTER
BALL SCREW
MOUNTING
BALL NUT BLOCK
BLOCKS

BALL SCREW
MOUNTING
BLOCK

Figure 4-7. Ball Nut and Screw Mounting Block Locations


13. Re-install Belt Tensioner (if removed). Adjust belt tension as fol-
lows:
a. If not already done so, loosen nut on Belt Tensioner.
b. Increase belt tension by adjusting Belt Tensioner downward.
The belt is properly tensioned when, at the midpoint of the
longest belt span, there is approximately 1/4" deflection.

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c. When belt tension is set, tighten nut on Belt Tensioner.


14. Verify Sync Belt Safety Switch is in open position (if not, motor
will not operate).
15. Remove Safety Bracket.
16. Reinstall upper and lower table covers (refer to Chapter 2,
Assembly and Installation).
17. Turn on power. Perform an operational test and check table
travel and positions.
Replacing the DC Motor (Model QT-750 Tables Only)
1. Raise the table to the full up position and then turn power off.
2. Remove upper and lower table covers.
3. Install Service Safety Bracket.
4. Cut the two DC Motor wires connected to 6-Way Table Control
Board A1 connectors A1J1-12 and A1J1-10.
5. Remove four (4) hex bolts securing the DC Motor to the Table
Base Plate (see Figure 4-5).
6. Remove Drive Belt from DC Motor pulley.
7. Loosen set screw securing pulley to motor shaft and remove pul-
ley from shaft. Retain pulley (and key) for re-assembly.
8. Slide pulley (with key inserted) onto shaft of replacement DC
Motor.
9. Reinstall Drive Belt on DC Motor Pulley.
10. Mount DC Motor to Table Base Plate using four (4) hex bolts.
11. Be sure pulley on DC Motor is aligned with pulley on Lead Screw
to within ±1/16". After adjusting pulley position, tighten set
screw on DC Motor pulley.
12. Connect replacement DC Motor wires to 6-Way Table Control
Board connector A1J1-12 and A1J1-10.
13. Verify Drive Belt Safety Switch is in open position (if not, motor
will not operate).
14. Remove Safety Bracket.
15. Reinstall upper and lower table covers (refer to Chapter 2,
Assembly and Installation).
16. Turn on power. Perform an operational test and check table travel
and positions.

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Replacing the DC Motor Driver Board A2 (Model QT-750 Tables


Only)
There are two different types of DC Motor Driver Boards used on QT-750
tables; Bodine-manufactured type and Minarik manufactured type. A key
distinguishing characteristic to determine the type installed is the electri-
cal connector; Bodine uses a DIN type connector having nine screw-down
terminals, Minarik uses three separate "STACON" type terminals (see Fig-
ures 4-8 and 4-9).
Bodine-Manufactured DC Motor Driver Board Removal/Replace-
ment
.

POTENTIOMETERS

ACCEL.

MIN. SPEED

MAX. SPEED

TORQUE

SPEED REG.

Figure 4-8. DC Motor Driver Board A2 Layout (Bodine-manufactured)


To replace the DC Motor Driver Board A2, proceed as follows:
1. Raise the table to the full up position and then turn power off.
2. Remove upper and lower table covers.
3. Install Service Safety Bracket (see Figure 4-1).

WARNING! To prevent electrical shock, make


sure power is off and all capacitors are discharged
before proceeding.

4. Disconnect plug from connector on DC Motor Driver Board A2.

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5. Remove four (4) screws securing DC Motor Driver Board A2 to


Board Mounting Bracket and remove board. Retain screws for re-
assembly.
6. On replacement DC Motor Driver Board A2, adjust five potentiom-
eters as follows (see Figure 4-8):
a. Set ACCEL pot. to mid-range (half-way)
b. Set MIN. SPEED pot. to mid-range (half-way)
c. Set MAX. SPEED pot. to mid-range (half-way)
d. Set TORQUE pot. fully counter-clockwise
e. Set SPEED REG. pot. fully counter-clockwise
7. Set DIP switches 1-8 on DC Motor Driver Board A2 as follows:
1 = OFF 5 = ON
2 = ON 6 = OFF
3 = ON 7 = OFF
4 = OFF 8 = ON
8. Position replacement DC Motor Driver Board A2 on Board Mount-
ing Bracket and secure using screws removed in previous step.
9. Connect plug into connector on DC Motor Driver Board A2.
10. Remove Safety Bracket.
11. Turn on power. Perform an operational test and check table travel
and positions.
12. If necessary, readjust MOTOR SPEED potentiometer A1R27
(Down Speed Motion Control) and MOTOR SPEED potentiometer
A1R78 (Up Speed Motion Control) on 6-Way Table Control Board
A1. It is recommended that the travel time (fully raised to fully
lowered) remain in the range of between 8-14 seconds. Also, the
MIN. SPEED and/or MAX. SPEED potentiometers on DC Motor
Driver Board A2 may be adjusted to increase/decrease accelera-
tion, but do not increase either beyond half-way.
13. Reinstall upper and lower table covers (refer to Chapter 2,
Assembly and Installation).

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Minarik-Manufactured DC Motor Driver Board Removal/Replace-


ment.

IR COMP
POTENTIOMETER YEL
RED/GRN
WHT/BLK
BRN
BRN/YEL

(S1 to S2: +4.5 to +12 VDC


TOP when driving up/down)
W

12 o'clock
H
MAX SPEED

CURRENT
LIMIT

Measure DC CCW TRIM


S3

S2

S1

Supply Voltage STO P PO T


between these
Q501

two points
ACCEL/DECEL

+ C503

Q502
C504
IR COMP

R504
R501
R503

CW
D501
C502

STO P
R502

RED
black

A-
LINE VOLTAGE

+DC IN

A+

(MEASURE AT TP1 & TP2)


-DC IN

TO ARMATURE
via Control PCB
red

RED/GRN

160-165 VDC
(Sags to 145 VDC during
motor operation)

Figure 4-9. DC Motor Driver Board A2 Layout (Minarik-manufactured)


To replace the DC Motor Driver Board A2, refer to Figure 4-9 and proceed
as follows:
1. Raise the table to the full up position and then turn power off.
2. Remove upper and lower table covers.
3. Install Service Safety Bracket (see Figure 4-1).

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WARNING! To prevent electrical shock, make


sure power is off and all capacitors are discharged
before proceeding.

4. Disconnect seven "STACON" type connectors from terminals on


DC Motor Driver Board A2.
5. Remove four (4) screws securing DC Motor Driver Board A2 to
Board Mounting Bracket and remove board. Retain screws for re-
assembly.
6. On replacement DC Motor Driver Board A2, viewing each potenti-
ometer as a clock-face, set the pointers to the following initial
o'clock positions, where 12:00 o'clock is pointing straight up (see
Figure 4-9), set each as follows:
• Max Speed 6:00 (fully clockwise)
• Current Limit 4:00
• Accel/Decel 3:30
• IR Comp 4:00
7. Position replacement DC Motor Driver Board A2 on Board Mount-
ing Bracket and secure using screws removed in previous step.
8. Re-connect seven STACON connectors to terminals on DC Motor
Driver Board A2.
9. Remove Safety Bracket.
10. Turn on power.
11. On DC Motor Driver Board A2, measure the DC voltage across S1
(L) and S2 (W). Adjust the Motor Speed potentiometer A1R27
(Down) located on Table Control Board A1 (AY40-030T), to 10
seconds when driving table down. Use potentiometer A1R78
(Up) to adjust motor speed to 8 seconds when driving table up
(recommended). Any speed between 8-14 seconds is acceptable.

Table 4-2. Minarik DC Motor Driver Board Normal Voltage Levels

Test Points Location & Function Standby Driving Up or Down


AC (~) to AC (~) Motor Controller Bridge Rectifier 110 - 120 VAC > 100VAC

DC+ to DC- Motor Controller Power Supply 160 - 165 Vdc Sags to ~145 Vdc

S1(L) to S2(W) Motor Controller Speed Command 0 Vdc +4.5 Vdc to +12.0 Vdc

A+ to A- Motor Controller Output to Motor


0 Vdc 70 Vdc (±50 Vdc)
TP1 to TP2 6-Way Table Control Board A1 varies with load and speed
Drive IN

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12. Following this adjustment, you should obtain:


a. Smooth ramp-up and ramp-down occurring at the beginning
and end of each motion command.
b. No tendency to roll backward before forward, when acceler-
ating in either direction from either end of the vertical travel
range.
13. Adjust IR COMP potentiometer to minimize difference between up
and down travel time when table is in either no-load or maxi-
mum-load conditions. (see Figure 4-9).
14. Reinstall upper and lower table covers (refer to Chapter 2,
Assembly and Installation).
Receptor Cabinet Removal/Replacement
The following procedure is performed with the radiographic portion of the
tabletop removed. To remove the radiographic portion of the tabletop, lift
up at one corner and pull off tabletop.

WARNING! To prevent electrical shock hazards,


make sure power is off before proceeding.

1. On systems equipped with a moving grid (bucky), tag and discon-


nect wires connected to bucky terminal strip.
2. Remove eight (8) 10-32 x 1/2" screws securing Receptor Cabinet
to Receptor Cabinet Mounting Bracket and remove cabinet.
3. Place new Receptor Cabinet inside Receptor Cabinet Mounting
Brackets and install eight (8) 10-32 x 1/2" screws. Do not tighten
screws.
4. Position Receptor Cabinet in brackets so that the distance mea-
sured from the top of the Table Frame to the top of the receptor
cabinet is 4.25" (see Figure 4-10) at all four corners. When this
position is achieved, tighten Receptor Cabinet mounting screws.
5. Install radiographic portion of the tabletop. Slide the Receptor
Cabinet from one end of the table to the other and ensure that
the movement is smooth. If not, re-check measurements as
described in the previous step.

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RECEPTOR
CABINET

4.25"
TABLE TOP
FRAME (UPPER
FRONT COVER
RESTS ON
FRAME)

Figure 4-10. Correct Distance for Receptor Cabinet Installation


Cassette Tray Removal Procedure
To remove the cassette tray from the housing for cleaning or repair, pro-
ceed as follows:
1. Float the tabletop fully back.
2. Pull the cassette tray out by the handle until it stops.
3. Grasp both sides of the tray with your right hand placed near the
table and your left hand towards the tray front.
4. Locate the finger hole on the right side of the tray bottom. A
spring-loaded plate covers this hole. Press the plate with your
right index finger, lift the cassette tray up slightly and pull the tray
away from the housing.

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REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ORDERING INFORMATION


Table 4-3 provides a list of replaceable parts for the Models QT-740 and QT-750
tables. Figures 4-11 through 4-23 show the locations of the replaceable parts in
the system. Use only original replacement parts, as supplied or recommended by
Quantum Medical Imaging.
Table 4-3. Table Replaceable Parts

Part Model(s) Qty


Item Description Number Used On Used in
System
1 Foot Pedal (Up/Down/Float), Table EL50-006 QT-740 2
Up/Dn Limit Switches QT-750 8

2 4-Way Table Control Board AY40-017T QT-740 1

3 6-Way Table Control Board AY40-030T QT-750 1

4 AC Transformer EL55-021 QT-740 1

5 Fuse, 2 Amp (115 VAC Input) EL45-008 QT-740 2


Fuse, 1 Amp (230 VAC Input) EL45-007

6 Longitudinal Magnet AY20-062 QT-740 1


Assembly, Front Side QT-750 1

7 Longitudinal Magnet AY20-062-1 QT-740 1


Assembly, Rear Side QT-750 1

8 Transverse Magnet Assembly AY20-057 QT-740 4


QT-750 4

9 Transverse Bearing ME40-018 QT-740 12


(3/8"ID x 7/8"OD) QT-750 12

10 Obstruction Switch, Cross-Roll EL50-013 QT-750 4

11 Longitudinal Bearing ME40-026 QT-740 18


(1/4"ID x 3/4"OD) QT-750

12 Bucky Locking Magnet EL58-004 QT-740 1


QT-750 1

13 Switch, Emergency Shut Off EL50-009 QT-750 1

14 LED, Emergency Shut Off EL50-009-1 QT-750 1

15 Lens, Emergency Shut Off EL50-009-2 QT-750 1

16 Lamp/LED Removal Tool for EL50-009-T QT-750 -


(not shown) Emergency Switch

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Part Model(s) Qty


Item Description Number Used On Used in
System
17 Switch, Foot Pedal Disable EL50-014 QT-750 1

18 Bulb, Blue, Foot Pedal Disable EL50-014-1 QT-740 1


QT-750 1

19 Operator Control Handle Assem- AY20-042 QT-740 1


bly (includes single switch and
cable)

19 Operator Control Handle Assem- AY20-195 QT-750 1


bly (includes dual switches and
cable)

19a Switch, FLOAT Push Button (part EL50-002 QT-750 1


of AY20-042 and AY20-195) QT-740

19b Switch, UP/DOWN Rocker (part of EL50-043 QT-750 1


AY20-195)

20 Receptor Lock Release Lever Han- ME30-012 QT-750 1


dle Grip (Gray) QT-740 1

21 AC Transformer EL55-008 QT-750 1

22 DC Motor Driver Board (Specify EL67-002 QT-750 1


Bodine or Minarik type, see Fig-
ures 4-8 and 4-9)

23 Lead Screw Assembly, Rear AY20-083 QT-750 1

24 Brake, Fail-Safe, Lead Screw EL80-002 QT-750 2

25 DC Motor EL66-001 QT-750 1

26 Belt, Drive ME46-004 QT-750 1

27 Belt, Sync ME46-005 QT-750 1

28 Brake, Fail-Safe, Motor EL80-001 QT-750 1

29 Line Filter EL99-001 QT-750 1

30 Fuse, 6 Amp (115 VAC Input) EL45-006 QT-750 2


Fuse, 3 Amp (230 VAC Input) EL45-009

31 Bucky Power Cable (35 ft.) EL75-025 QT-740, 1


(not shown) QT-750

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Part Model(s) Qty


Item Description Number Used On Used in
System
32 Switch, Push Button, W/Lens & EL50-030 QT-750 (w/ 1
LED (Auto-Tracking Enable) QT-AT
Option)

33 Potentiometer, 5 Kohms, 5-turn EL20-012 QT-750 (w/ 1


(Auto-Tracking Position) QT-AT
Option)

34 Shim Tool for Longitudinal Locks TL10-002 QT-740 2


QT-750

35 Table Top Corner Bumper Set QT-BMP4 QT-740 4


QT-750

35a Bumper, Table Top Corner (part of ME30-159 QT-740 4


QT-BMP4) QT-750

36 Dual Lock Tape (upper) FA56-001 QT-740 6 yds.


(not shown) QT-750

37 Dual Lock Tape (lower) FA56-002 QT-740 6 yds.


(not shown) QT-750

38 Sound-Proof Mat ME30-081 QT-750 1


(not shown)

39 Dummy Fuse (shipped separately EL45-017 QT-740 1


not installed) QT-750

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ORDERING INFORMATION
To order replacement parts for the table, contact the Service Department at;
Quantum Medical Imaging
2002-B Orville Drive North
Ronkonkoma, New York 11779 USA
Phone: (631) 567-5800 (x2)
Fax: (631) 567-5074
e-mail: service@qmiteam.com
When ordering replacement parts, supply the following information:
Model and serial number of equipment
Part number
Part description
Quantity required
P.O. Number
Shipping Instructions
When ordering components or parts not listed in Table 4-2, a complete description
of the part, including its function and location should be provided with the model
number and serial number of the unit.
Contact service@qmiteam.com for more information.

NOTE: Model QT-750 Foot


Pedal is shown below; Model
QT-740 Foot Pedal has only
two switches.

Figure 4-11. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

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4

Figure 4-12. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

6,7

Figure 4-13. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

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Figure 4-14. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

Figure 4-15. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

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11

Figure 4-16. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

12

Figure 4-17. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

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19a
20 19
19b

32
13
17
14
18
15

Figure 4-18. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

23
1
3
24
22

21

Figure 4-19. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

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26 29

27 30

Figure 4-20. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

33

Figure 4-21. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

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TL10-002

SPACER TOOL, LONGITUDINAL BRAKE

Figure 4-22. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

35

Figure 4-23. Replaceable Parts Location Diagram

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Chapter
5

DIAGRAMS

5-1
5-2
Chapter 5 Diagrams

S1
N/O 3 COM
2
1

FLOAT (PEDAL)

S2
N/O 3 COM
2
1

FLOAT (PEDAL)

BLACK
RED
P1 J1
RED
1 1
BLACK
2 2
3 3
F1
115VAC/230VAC NOTE 1
COM N/O
IN TB1 SEE NOTE 2 3
WHITE
NOTE 3 1 1 WHITE 1 T1 15 ORANGE 2
1 1
F2
NEUTRAL
BLACK 2 2 BLACK 1
LINE 2 2
GREEN 3 3 GREEN/YELLOW S3
GND 3 3 18VAC
4 4 SEE NOTE 2
4 4
5 5 4 13 ORANGE
5 5
6 6 9 19
6 6
7 7
7 7
8 8
8 8 18VAC E-Z GLIDE
9 9 J1
9 9
10 10 12 17
10 10 1
BLACK A1
2
RED
3
WHITE
4
WHITE
5
BLUE 4-WAY
6

BLACK
BROWN TABLE CONTROL BOARD
7
BLACK AY40-017T
8

S4 2 BROWN

BLACK
1,3
GREEN/YELLOW

TB2 4

RED

RED
1 1 115VAC BLACK

BLACK
1 1 115VAC
2 2 115VAC RTN WHITE 2
2 2 115VAC RTN
3 3 BUCKY START RED 1,3 DS2
3 3 BUCKY START SIGNAL D1
4 4 BUCKY CONTACT ORANGE 4 a
4 4 EXPOSURE BUCKY CONTACT 1N4005 PEDAL DIS
5 5 BUCKY CONTACT GREEN S5 RED b
5 5 EXPOSURE BUCKY CONTACT
6 6 1 2
6 6
7 7 PED DIS
7 7
8 8 BM BUCKY SW - + PEDAL DISABLE SWITCH
8 8
9 9 BUCKY GND GREEN/YELLOW
9 9 BUCKY GROUND
10 10
10 10

ORANGE

ORANGE
YELLOW

YELLOW
11 11

BLACK
11 11

BLUE
12 12
12 12 NOTE 2: ALL FUSES MUST BE U.L. LISTED.
M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6

QT-740 FUSE USAGE CHART

2
LINE INPUT

2
NOTE 1: S10 S11
CORD CONNECTED (With Plug) PERMANENT INSTALLATION (Hard Wired to Mains) S6 S7 S8 S9 TH SW TH SW
JUMPER CONFIGURATION OF TERMINAL BLOCK TH SW TH SW TH SW TH SW

1
115 VAC 230 VAC 230 VAC
TB1 DEPENDS ON AC LINE INPUT. (SEE 115 VAC 230 VAC

1
(W/NEUTRAL) (W/NEUTRAL) (W/O NEUTRAL)
MANUAL FOR ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS).
2A/250V 1A/250V 1A/250V
115 VAC 230 VAC F1 SLOW BLOW SLOW BLOW DUMMY FUSE DUMMY FUSE SLOW BLOW
UL LISTED UL LISTED UL LISTED
INSTALL INPUT INPUT
JUMPER 2A/250V 1A/250V 2A/250V 1A/250V 1A/250V
BETWEEN:
F2 SLOW BLOW SLOW BLOW SLOW BLOW SLOW BLOW SLOW BLOW
TB1: 5-6, 9-10 TB1: 6-10
UL LISTED UL LISTED UL LISTED UL LISTED UL LISTED
ALL OTHER CONFIGURATIONS MUST COMPLY WITH NEC OR LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES

BROWN

BROWN
PURPLE

GREEN
NOTE 3:

BROWN
RED
FOR 115 VAC LINE, USE LINE CORD AY51-170. TM TM
TM
FOR INTERNATIONAL (230 VAC) LINE, USE LINE CORD EL75-038; CONNECT AS FOLLOWS:
BROWN TO LINE LM LM TM
LIGHT BLUE TO NEUTRAL SC50-003T REV. K
GREEN/YELLOW TO PROTECTIVE EARTH

Figure 5-1. Model QT-740 Radiographic


Table Wiring Diagram

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115VAC/230VAC
IN
S1 1
NEUTRAL
NOTE 5 F1 TB3 RED N/0 2
LINE
WHITE 1 1 3 COM
GROUND 1 1 /UP
2 2
2 2
SEE NOTE 2: 3 3 S2 1

GREEN
BLACK
WHITE
3 3
F2 4 4 BLACK N/0 2
TB1 4 4
Up (Top Switch) 3 COM
T1 /DN
1 1 WHITE 1 5 ORANGE
1 1 L1 LINE FILTER
2 2 BLACK SEE NOTE 2: BLACK S8 1 COM S3 1
2 2 L2 FL1
3 3 N/C 2 GRAY N/0 2 COM

GRAY/WHITE
3 3 GND 20VAC
4 4 GREEN/YELLOW 3 3 PURPLE
4 4 UP LMT (RDNT) OS1
5 5 10A, 250VAC RED 2 6 ORANGE
5 5
6 6 3 7 RED Down (Bottom Switch) S4 1
6 6
7 7 S10 1 COM BLUE N/0 2 COM
7 7
8 8 N/C 2 3 WHITE
8 8 110VAC OS2
9 9 3
9 9 DN LMT (RDNT)

BROWN
10 10 4 8 S5 1
10 10
BLACK YELLOW ORANGE N/0 2 COM
4-62-4305
WHITE D2 ORANGE 3 BROWN
NOTE 1: OS3
1N4005
S6 1
1 2 J6

RED
TABLE YELLOW N/0 2 COM
1 3
ORANGE BRAKE GREEN
2 J5 1 OS4
YELLOW Down (Top
3 11
S7 1 COM
2 Switch)
BLACK N/C 2
12
BLACK 3
AC A- 11 3 DN LMT
RED Up (Bottom
AC A+ 13 13
PURPLE BROWN A1 S9 1 COM
12 4 Switch)
EMERGENCY SWITCH BLUE RED N/C 2
10 AY40-030T 14
1 2 GREEN WHITE/BLACK 3
SW13 I1 9 5
2 BROWN BROWN 1 A2 BROWN/YELLOW GRAY/WHITE UP LMT
5 5 I2 1 15
3 ORG ORG GRAY/WHITE
4 4 8 6
GREEN GREEN S16 J2 GREEN
3 3 DC MOTOR 14 16

GREEN/BROWN
SW14 BLACK BLACK
2 2 DRIVER 15 7
3

WHITE
RED RED EL67-002 J1

BLACK
1 1 DS1 16 17
4 X2 S1 S2 S3 D3 RED S11 1
FLOAT 7 8
P1 J1 X1 1N4005 BLUE N/0 2
NOTE 3: 6 18
3 COM
EMERG SW 2 9 FLOAT
3 19

GREEN/BROWN

PURPLE
MOTOR TABLE S12 1
MOTOR 4 10
E Z GLIDE BRAKE BRAKE N/0 2
5 20

ORANGE
YELLOW
3 COM
FLOAT

BLUE

RED/GREEN
BROWN

YELLOW
+24V RED
1
RTN BLACK
R1 R2 8
RTN
TB2 4
35 35 +24V
1 1 115VAC BLACK 6
1 1 115VAC R3 R4 +24V
2 2 2

BROWN
2 2 115VAC RTN WHITE J3 RTN
115VAC RTN 9
3 3 BUCKY START RED 35 35
3 3 BUCKY START SIGNAL
4 4 BUCKY CONTACT ORANGE 1 10
4 4 EXPOSURE BUCKY CONTACT
5 5 2 5

RED
5 5 BUCKY CONTACT GREEN J4
EXPOSURE BUCKY CONTACT 3 3
6 6 TABLE READY(GND=READY) GREEN
6 6
7 7 PBL CONTACTS (NO) YELLOW 4 7
7 7 YELLOW
8 8 PBL CONTACTS (NO) YELLOW
8 8 YELLOW 6-WAY
9 9 TABLE GROUND GREEN/YELLOW
9 9 BUCKY GROUND GREEN TABLE CONTROL BOARD
10 10
10 10
11 11
11 11 2
12 12 WHITE S14
12 12
1
BROWN SEE NOTE 4

3 DS2
4 a
BLK
3

+ PEDAL DIS
b
BLACK

J101 1 S21 1 S22 COM 1 S23 COM


QT-ACT (OPTION) 2 2 2 PEDAL DISABLE SWITCH PED DIS
2 POT BLACK
+

2
BLK Collimator Tracking Pot Servo Tracking Pot 3 3 3
1 5K OT N/C DRIVE BELT SYNC BELT RED RED PINK WHITE
BRN BRN R1 S17 S18
2
RED TH SW TH SW
3 RED
POT POT
1

SHLD S24 1

2
9

1
ORN GRN 2
4 R1 1K R2 5K S19 S20 S24 S25
YEL 1 N.C. 1 3 1 3 3
5 TH SW TH SW TH SW TH SW
GRN YEL 2 BROWN GREEN
6 DRAWER SLIDE SWITCH
BLU 3 -

1
7 COM N.O.
VIO ORN
8

YELLOW
10 VIO
2

2
11 RED BLACK
LM - LM
1.2K, 2W 5 LED (See Collimator
12 BLU
Manual for BROWN ORANGE
QT-MAT connection) BLACK D2 D1
AY51-098 - TM - TM - TM - TM
AUTO TRACK ASSY OPTION 1N4005 1N4005
COM S15 N/C
(See Tracking RED 1 2 RED
Manual for BROWN BLACK BLACK TAN GRAY
connection) BUCKY SW
BLACK BM2 BM1

OPTION QT-DDS
(DRAWER SLIDE)
SEE NOTE 4 SC50-001T REV. V
QT-750 FUSE USAGE CHART
LINE INPUT
CORD CONNECTED (With Plug) PERMANENT INSTALLATION (Hard Wired to Mains)
115 VAC 230 VAC 230 VAC
115 VAC 230 VAC (W/NEUTRAL) (W/NEUTRAL) (W/O NEUTRAL)
6A/250V 3A/250V 3A/250V
F1 SLOW BLOW SLOW BLOW DUMMY FUSE DUMMY FUSE SLOW BLOW
UL LISTED UL LISTED UL LISTED NOTE 5:
6A/250V 3A/250V 6A/250V 3A/250V 3A/250V FOR 115 VAC LINE, USE LINE CORD AY51-170.
F2 SLOW BLOW SLOW BLOW SLOW BLOW SLOW BLOW SLOW BLOW FOR INTERNATIONAL (230 VAC) LINE,
UL LISTED UL LISTED UL LISTED UL LISTED UL LISTED USE LINE CORD EL75-038; CONNECT AS FOLLOWS:
BROWN TO LINE
ALL OTHER CONFIGURATIONS MUST COMPLY WITH NEC OR LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES LIGHT BLUE TO NEUTRAL
GREEN/YELLOW TO PROTECTIVE EARTH

Figure 5-2. Model QT-750 Radiographic


Table Wiring Diagram

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F1

2
10A/SB DB1

4 - + 1

+ C1 R1
MB151W

3
27000u/50V 1K/2W

J1 D3
R2
18VAC IN
1 +12VDC
18VAC IN MUR420 OR MURS320T3
2 1.5K
FLOAT PEDAL SWITCH NO
3
4 D1
PEDAL DISABLE SWITCH COM
5 1N759A R4 R3 R5 D2
+24VDC OUT (LOCKS & LAMP)
6 10K 10K 100K 1N4148 Q1
LOCKS RTN (SWITCHED)
7 IRF530N
+24VDC OUT RTN
8
+24VDC OUT RTN C3
9 R6
+24VDC OUT (LOCKS & LAMP) 2 3
10 TR Q
100
0.1u 4 8
R8 RST VCC
39-29-9106 / 39-29-9102 Q3
R7
2N2222A 5 7
100K CV DIS +12VDC
C9
1.2M
1 6 + C5
C6 GND THR C7
0.1u 0.1u 47u/50V
0.1u R9
Q2 U1 +
2N2222A LMC555CN C8
R10 10K
22u/16V TANTALUM
+12VDC
10K

SC40-017T REV. E

Figure 5-3. 4-Way Table Control Board A1


(AY40-017T)

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TP10
EMERGENCY
LIGHT SIGNAL SEE TABLE 4-1
(0 VDC TO +9 VDC) FOR INTERPRETATION OF LED INDICATORS
TP9
TABLE TOP FLOAT
45 SEC. TIMER SIGNAL
(0 VDC WHEN FLOAT
PC40-030T REV F
FUNCTION IS INACTIVE,
ABOVE 7.5 VDC FOR 45 SEC.
WHEN FLOAT FUNCTION IS ACTIVE)
C20

C3 R17

R19 FUSE RATING FUNCTION


D11
D30
D13
TP7 F1 8A, 250 VAC FAST-BLO +24 VDC TO TABLE LOCKS
D20
D46
D34
MOTOR INHIBIT RELAY K5
TP6 20 VAC INPUT POWER
D49
D29 (+24 VDC WHEN TABLE TOP F2 10A, 250 VAC SLO-BLO
FOR +24 VDC, +15 VDC,
D35
DRIVE DOWN LOGIC VOLTAGE R47 D14
R80 D23 IN MOTION, 0 VDC WHEN +7.5 VDC SUPPLIES
R3
(+15 VDC WHEN ACTIVE = D41 D39 TABLE TOP AT REST)
TABLE TOP DOWN MOTION, R76 R35
R2 D45
D50
0 VDC WHEN INACTIVE = R73
.R 73 C36 D27
D55
TABLE TOP AT REST) TP5
R55 D60 DRIVE DOWN RELAY K4
R12
D15
D70 (0 VDC WHEN ACTIVE =
TP13 .Q6 TABLE TOP DOWN MOTION,
COMMON +24 VDC WHEN INACTIVE)
R25
(GROUND NOT REFERENCED C35

TO CHASSIS EARTH GROUND) POTENTIOMETER A1R78 TABLE UP SPEED ADJUST


CW INCREASES SPEED,CCW REDUCES SPEED
65
POTENTIOMETER A1R27 TABLE DOWN SPEED ADJUST
65 CW INCREASES SPEED,CCW REDUCES SPEED
TP3 R64
R23
DRIVE UP LOGIC VOLTAGE D63 R26
(+15 VDC WHEN ACTIVE = R8 R1 R56
R40
TABLE TOP UP MOTION, D54 TP2
0 VDC WHEN INACTIVE = R50 UP/DOWN MOTOR (APPROX. 160 VDC
TABLE TOP AT REST) DRIVE DC VOLTAGE FROM TP1 TO TP2
TP1 WHEN MOTOR IS
UP/DOWN MOTOR DRIVING)
DRIVE DC VOLTAGE
D28

TP4
DRIVE UP RELAY K2 TP8 TP12 TP14 TP11
(0 VDC WHEN ACTIVE = SAFETY BRAKES RELAY K6 +15 VDC UP/DOWN MOTION +24 VDC
TABLE TOP UP MOTION, (+24 VDC WHEN ACTIVE = (REFERENCED 24 SEC. TIMER SIGNAL (REFERENCED
+24 VDC WHEN INACTIVE) TABLE TOP IN MOTION, TO COMMON TP13) (+15 VDC WHEN UP/DN TO COMMON TP13)
0 VDC WHEN TABLE TOP FUNCTION IS ACTIVE
AT REST) FOR 24 SEC.)

Figure 5-4. 6-Way Table Control Board A1


(AY40-030T) Test Point Diagram

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.500
[12.7]
.250 1.00
[6.4] [25.4]

R FULL .50
16.50 [12.7]
2X
[419.1]

5.000 SLOT DIMENSIONS


[127.0] (6 PLACES)

9.38
[238.1]
3.75
[95.3]

5.625 5.00
[142.9] [127.0] 4.125
4.00 [104.7]
11.000 [101.6]
[279.4]
8.250
2.750
18.75 [209.5]
[69.9]
[476.3]

1.375
6.375 [34.9]

3.00
[76.2] DIA 2.500
[63.5]

15.750 6.000 9.000


[400.1] [152.4] [228.6]

33.00
[838.2]

Figure 5-5. Table Base Plate Mounting Hole


Locations

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Figure 5-6. Installing Digital Image Receptor


Using QT-FCD Mounting Bracket

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR


CMT SMARTRAD DIGITAL IMAGE RECEPTOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR
CMT SMARTRAD DIGITAL IMAGE RECEPTOR

DIGITAL IMAGE
RECEPTOR 5. Lay digital receptor cable in Cable Clamp and secure by installing
MOUNTING top section of Moveable Cable Clamp on lower section.
BRACKET
6-32 x 1/4" 6. Re-install top rear table cover while carefully positioning digital receptor
BUTTON HEAD
PHILIPS SCREWS cable in cover slot as shown below .
AND LOCKWASHERS (6X)

DIGITAL IMAGE
RECEPTOR
CABLE

SLOT IN COVER

1. Place digital image receptor in Mounting Bracket shown above.


2. Secure receptor to bracket using six
(6) 6-32 x 1/4" Button Head Philips Screws
and lockwashers.
3. Remove top rear table cover.
4. Remove top section of Moveable Cable Clamp.

7. Align Center Line Indicator Bracket (with label) with center line on
image receptor and affix bracket to bottomm surface of image receptor
using double-sided tape.

MOVEABLE
CABLE CLAMP

CENTER LINE INDICATOR BRACKET

Figure 5-7. Installing CMT SmartRad Digital


Image Receptor

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