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CPI DIGITAL INTERFACE OPTION 40 FOR CMP 200® DR X-RAY GENERATOR

CONTENTS:

1.0

INTRODUCTION

2

2.0

INSTALLATION

2

2.1

CONNECTIONS

2

3.0

CONFIGURATION AND PROGRAMMING

2

THEORY OF OPERATION

4

3.1 GENERAL

4

3.2 GENERATOR OUTPUT SIGNALS

4

3.2.1 PREP REQUEST (EXP_PREP)

4

3.2.2 EXPOSURE REQUEST (EXP_REQ)

4

3.2.3 EXPOSURE ON (EXON)

4

3.3

GENERATOR INPUT SIGNALS

5

3.3.1

EXPOSURE CONFIRMATION (EXP_OK)

5

3.4

INPUTS and outputs TIME diagram

5

4.0

Schematic

6

PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL

The design and information contained in this document is proprietary to Communications & Power Industries Canada Inc. (CPI), has been designed and developed at private expense, and is the exclusive property of CPI. The information contained herein is loaned in confidence solely for the installation, operation, and maintenance of CPI equipment. This document may not be duplicated in whole or in part, or be used for re-engineering, reverse engineering, or otherwise reproducing in any form or creating or attempting to create or permitting, allowing or assisting others to create or manufacture CPI’s product or products derived therefrom, without the express written permission of CPI.

Copyright © by Communications & Power Industries Canada Inc. All rights reserved.

Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.

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1.0

INTRODUCTION

 
 

This supplement contains information regarding CPI digital interface option for the CMP 200® DR generator.

2.0

INSTALLATION

 

2.1

CONNECTIONS

 

The CPI interface option is a software interface that is programmed through the generator console or service utility.

 

CPI Interface Connections

 

CPI Interface Signal Name

Generator

Signal Type

Schematics Ref.

Connection

 

Outputs From the Generator

 
 

J25-1

+24V when inactive +24V when active Differential Output

DIGITAL_OUT1\

EXP_REQ

J25-4

DIGITAL_OUT_P1

J25-30, 12

DIGITAL_OUT1A/B

 

J25-20

+24V when inactive +24V when active Differential Output

DIGITAL_OUT2\

EXP_PREP

J25-23

DIGITAL_OUT_P2

J25-31, 13

DIGITAL_OUT2A/B

 

J25-21

+24V when inactive +24V when active Differential Output

DIGITAL_OUT6\

EXON

J25-25

DIGITAL_OUT_P6

J25-34, 16

DIGITAL_OUT6A/B

 

Inputs To The Generator

 

EXP_OK

J25-35, 17

Differential Input

DIGITAL_IN5A/B

 

+24V and the GND

 

+24V

J25-3, 22

+24V power supply

 

GND

J25-M1, M2, 7, 26, 29

Signal Ground

 

3.0

CONFIGURATION AND PROGRAMMING

 

To program the Generator for the CPI interface option operation, please follow the steps below:

a) Make sure the license key supplied with the Generator unlocks the digital interface options feature. The unlocked features can be viewed in the GenWare® MP About dialog box. Start GenWare® MP and make sure it establishes communication with the generator. Press the About button on the GenWare® MP toolbar to open the About dialog box. If the Digital Interface Options feature is enabled it will be displayed in the Features list as shown below.

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CPI Canada Inc. Supplement Note: If the Digital Interface Options feature is locked on an attempt

Note: If the Digital Interface Options feature is locked on an attempt to set an interface option to any number other than 0 the generator will leave the value of the interface option unchanged.

b) Enter the Generator programming mode (See service manual chapter 3C).

c) Select the GEN CONFIGURATION menu.

d) Enter the RECEPTOR SETUP menu.

e) Select the Receptor that is to be configured with the CPI interface option.

f) Set the INTERFACE OPTION parameter to 40.

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THEORY OF OPERATION

3.1

GENERAL

The generator control board contains an additional set of inputs and outputs used to interface to a digital system when interface option is set to CPI interface option 40. The interface can be used with a Bucky enabled or disabled for a selected receptor. When a Bucky is enabled the generator will first drive the Bucky, and only when the Bucky is ready the generator will drive the detector (Figure 2). If the Bucky for a selected receptor is disabled, the generator will only drive the detector (Figure 1). For Bucky interconnections and the instructions on programming a Bucky interface refer to the CMP200® DR Service Manual.

3.2

GENERATOR OUTPUT SIGNALS

3.2.1

PREP REQUEST (EXP_PREP)

The Prep Request signal (EXP_PREP) is an output signal from the Generator to a digital system. The Generator will activate the EXP_PREP signal when the Prep input is enabled (Prep button/switch pushed/pressed) and it will deactivate the signal when the Prep input is disabled (Prep button/switch is released) or if the exposure ends or an error occurs.

3.2.2

EXPOSURE REQUEST (EXP_REQ)

The Exposure Request signal (EXP_REQ) is an output signal from the Generator to a digital system. The Generator will activate the EXP_REQ signal when the X-Ray input is enabled (X-Ray button/switch pushed/pressed) and the Generator is ready to expose and it will deactivate the signal when the X-Ray input is disabled (X-Ray button/switch released) or if the exposure ends or an error occurs.

3.2.3

EXPOSURE ON (EXON)

The Exposure On signal is an output signal from the Generator to a digital system. The Generator will activate the EXON signal during the exposure phase. This signal will be inactive during all other Generator phases.

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3.3

GENERATOR INPUT SIGNALS

3.3.1

EXPOSURE CONFIRMATION (EXP_OK)

The Exposure Confirmation signal (EXP_OK) is an output signal from a digital system to the Generator. For the exposure to get released, the signal must become active. If the signal does not become active within 10 seconds from the time the generator is ready to expose, the generator will report an error 27 – “Receptor Timeout” and return to the Standby state. If the X-Ray switch is released within the 10 seconds that the generator is waiting for the EXP_OK signal, the software will report an error 13 – “Manually Terminated Exposure”. When all the conditions for the exposure release are satisfied and the input becomes active the Generator will release the exposure using current exposure settings. If during the exposure the signal becomes inactive the Generator will immediately terminate the exposure and report an error 13 – “Manually Terminated Exposure”.

3.4

INPUTS AND OUTPUTS TIME DIAGRAM

Exposure”. 3.4 INPUTS AND OUTPUTS TIME DIAGRAM Figure 1: Time Diagram With a Bucky Disabled Figure

Figure 1: Time Diagram With a Bucky Disabled

TIME DIAGRAM Figure 1: Time Diagram With a Bucky Disabled Figure 2: Time Diagram With a

Figure 2: Time Diagram With a Bucky Enabled

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SCHEMATIC

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