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Manual No.

: M503-E329
Revision: B

Mobile X-ray System

High Power Type(32kW)


INSTALLATION MANUAL

This manual is for professional service engineers.


It bears no relation to the usual operation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1 Directions for using the unit............................................................................... 1-2
1.2 Document List ...................................................................................................... 1-3

Chapter 2. Outline
2.1 Conditions for Installation (using) ..................................................................... 2-2
2.2 Conditions for Transportation and Storage...................................................... 2-3
2.3 Name of Each Part of the Unit ............................................................................ 2-4
2.4 Name of Each Circuit Board and Layout of the Circuit Boards ...................... 2-6

Chapter 3. Preprations for installation


3.1 Tools Required for Installation........................................................................... 3-2
3.2 Unpacking............................................................................................................. 3-3
3.3 Discharging the Internal Capacitor .................................................................... 3-6
3.3 How to Open/Close the Covers .......................................................................... 3-8

Chapter 4. Installation
4.1 Installation Procedures ....................................................................................... 4-2
4.2 Check Safety function ......................................................................................... 4-5
4.3 Changing According to the Power Supply........................................................ 4-6
4.4 Checking Performance of Each Part ................................................................. 4-7
4.5 Installing the arm cover ...................................................................................... 4-12
4.6 Attaching the knob for locking collimator rotation .......................................... 4-13
4.7 Attaching screw caps.......................................................................................... 4-14
4.8 Installing the apron hanger................................................................................. 4-15
4.9 Reset of all parts usage information ................................................................. 4-15
4.10 Assembler Test .................................................................................................. 4-15
4.11 Charging the Battery after installation ............................................................ 4-16
Chapter 5. Installing the Options
5.1 Installing Remote Controller Option .................................................................. 5-2
5.2 Installing folding–type Protective Screen Option ............................................ 5-6
5.3 Installing Dose Area Product Meter Option ...................................................... 5-10
5.4 Installing Dose Area Product Meter Option for UL........................................... 5-17
5.5 Installing the Dose Calculation Unit .................................................................. 5-24
5.6 Installing the Distance Indicator ........................................................................ 5-31
5.7 Keyless Entry ....................................................................................................... 5-36
5.8 Adjusting the Height of the Driving Handle ...................................................... 5-40
5.9 Illuminated Hand Switch ..................................................................................... 5-46
5.10 Additional Hand Switch..................................................................................... 5-48
5.11 Installing the Grid Case Option ........................................................................ 5-51
5.12 Installing the Large Cassette Box Option ....................................................... 5-55
5.13 FPD Upgrade Kit ................................................................................................ 5-58
5.14 Decoration label ................................................................................................. 5-59

Chapter 6. Specifications
6.1 Specifications....................................................................................................... 6-2
6.2 Dimensional Drawing of the Unit ....................................................................... 6-10
6.3 X-ray Reference Axis and Focal Spot Position................................................. 6-11
6.4 Exposure Condition............................................................................................. 6-12

Appendix A. DIP Switches and Jumpers Setting on Each


Board
A.1 NEX-SH Board ..................................................................................................... A-2
A.2 X-CONT2008 Board ............................................................................................. A-4
A.3 INVERTER UNIT Board ....................................................................................... A-4
A.4 MU DRIVER 07 Board.......................................................................................... A-5
Appendix B. Adjustment Mode
B.1 How to Get Into Adjustment Mode .................................................................... B-3
B.2 Initialization of NEX-SH Board ........................................................................... B-6
B.3 Adjustment Mode List......................................................................................... B-7
B.4 Adjustment of Tube Current .............................................................................. B-9
B.5 Adjustment of the Handle................................................................................... B-16
B.6 Adjustment of the Battery Voltage Detection Circuit ...................................... B-18
B.7 Setting Date and Time ........................................................................................ B-20
B.8 Display and Reset of Error Log ......................................................................... B-22
B.9 Displaying Running Speed................................................................................. B-23
B.10 Battery Voltage Drop Check Mode .................................................................. B-25
B.11 Battery code setting mode ............................................................................... B-27
B.12 Dose area product meter adjustment mode................................................... B-35
B.13 Dose calculation adjustment mode................................................................. B-43
B.14 Battery usage setting mode ............................................................................. B-53
B.15 CPU board battery usage information setting mode ................................ B-55
B.16 Emergency brake release battery usage information setting mode............ B-57
B.17 X-ray tube unit usage information setting mode ........................................... B-59
B.18 Motor usage information setting mode .......................................................... B-61
B.19 Usage information collective setting mode.................................................... B-63

Appendix C. Adjusting Methods


C.1 Preparation .......................................................................................................... C-2
C.2 Adjusting the battery-voltage detection circuit ............................................... C-3
C.3 Adjusting MUX CHARGE 32K board ................................................................. C-4
C.4 Adjusting mAs circuit of X-CONT2008 board................................................... C-6
C.5 Adjusting inverter control circuit of X-CONT2008 board ................................ C-7
C.6 Operation Check of Capacitor Charging .......................................................... C-10
C.7 Checking the X-ray exposure............................................................................. C-12
C.8 Checking battery charging................................................................................. C-16
C.9 Volume control of a buzzer ................................................................................ C-18
C.10 Finish.................................................................................................................. C-19

Appendix D. Error Message List


D.1 Error Message List.............................................................................................. D-2
Appendix E. Maintenance and Inspection
E.1 Expendable Parts List......................................................................................... E-2
E.2 Batteries Replacement........................................................................................ E-4
E.3 Replacement of the Motor .................................................................................. E-9
E.4 CPU Backup Battery Replacement .................................................................... E-14
E.5 Collimator lamp Replacement............................................................................ E-15
E.6 Maintenance of rotary X-ray tube section......................................................... E-17
E.7 Centering the Collimator and X-Ray Focus ...................................................... E-22
E.8 Adjustment of Collimator lamp voltage ............................................................ E-26
E.9 Cleaning and disinfections................................................................................. E-28
E.10 Replacing the Emergency Brake Release Battery ......................................... E-30
E.11 Version up of S/W for NEX-SH ......................................................................... E-32
E.12 PC Maintenance Function ................................................................................ E-38

Appendix F Operation of High-Voltage Cable


F.1 Spare parts with high-voltage cable .................................................................. F-2
F.2 Installation procedure of the high-voltage generator side plug ..................... F-3
F.3 Installation procedure of the X-ray tube assembly side mini-plug ................ F-4
Chapter 1
1
Introduction

Before installing the unit, fully grasp the contents of this Installation Manual, and
install it so that the system may deliver its full performance and functions.

Besides, thoroughly refer to the Operation Manual and Survice Manual of this
unit.

Chapter Contents

1.1 Directions for using the unit

1.2 Document List

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Chapter 1 Introduction

1.1 Directions for using the unit

Directions about safety are described in this Section. Read this before
installing the unit without fail.

The meanings of the following precaution and prohibition terms used


in the operation manual are defined as below:

States a direct danger that may cause death


or serious injury if it is not avoided.

States an indirect or potential danger that may


cause death or serious injury if it is not
avoided.

States a danger that may cause slight or


medium injury or may cause damage in
equipment or fire if it is not avoided.

States the information which helps to use the


system correctly.

In this system, large-capacity capacitors are connected to the battery.


Even after turning OFF the key switch or the main breaker, electrical
charge remains in the capacitor.
Be sure to discharge the capacitor when working on this system.
(Refer to 3.3)

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Chapter 1 Introduction

1.2 Document List

If necessary, the following documents can be obtained. Contact the responsible service shop of Shimadzu
Corporation.

Document Document Number


MobileArt Evolution operation Manual M503-E027

MobileArt Evolution Installation Manual M503-E329

X-ray tube assembly Operation Manual M535-E219

MobileArt Evolution Parts List M503-4011

MobileArt Evolution Connection Diagram There is no document


number.

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Chapter 2
2
Outline

This chapter describes the outline and features of the equipment.

Read this chapter before installing the system.

Chapter Contents

2.1 Conditions for Installation (using)

2.2 Conditions for Transportation and Storage

2.3 Name of Each Part of the Unit

2.4 Name of Each Circuit Board and Layout of the Circuit Boards

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Chapter 2 Outline

2.1 Conditions for Installation (using)

Use environment

Ambient temperature : 10℃ to 40℃

Relative humidity : 30% to 85% (no dew condensation)

Atmospheric pressure : 700 hPa to 1060 hPa

The battery must be changed in the use environment.


Do not do it in the storage environment.

Storage environment ( without a package for transport and storage )

Ambient temperature : -10℃ to 40℃

Relative humidity : 30% to 85% (no dew condensation)

Atmospheric pressure : 700 hPa to 1060 hPa

Power supply
AC power

System : Single phase AC

Frequency : 50/60 Hz

Standard voltages : 100, 110, 120, 200, 220, 230, 240 V

Voltage variation range : ±10% of standard voltages

Supply capacity : 1kVA

Supply Impedance : 100, 110, 120 V : 1.0Ωor less

200, 220, 230, 240 V : 4.0Ωor less

Earth
Earth terminal : Earth resistance of 100Ωor less

Additional earth terminal : Earth resistance of 100Ωor less

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Chapter 2 Outline

2.2 Conditions for Transportation and Storage

This condition is applied only at packed condition for transportation and


storage.

Transportation and Storage environment

Ambient temperature: -10℃ to 40℃

(The upper bound of the temperature is allowed up to 50℃ only for the
period of less than one month.)

Relative humidity: 10% to 95%

Atmospheric pressure: 700hPa to 1060hPa

• When the unit is kept in storage for a long time until its installation, it is
recommended to charge the battery within the following period in order to
keep the performance of the battery:
Storage temperature 40℃: Once every 2 months
30℃: Once every 4 months
25℃: Once every 6 months
• When the unit is kept in storage for a long time until its installation, it is
recommended to travel the motor once every 3 month in order to keep
the performance of the motor.

DO NOT CHARGE THE BATTERY WHEN PACKED.


Place the system in a well-ventilated area to charge the battery.

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Chapter 2 Outline

2.3 Name of Each Part of the Unit

Appearance

X-ray tube unit:


The X-ray tube with the collimator
Column:
can turn around the X-ray focus.
Holds the X-ray tube
This makes a positioning and
assembly and arm. It can
adjustment of the irradiation field
turn itself
and small movement of the unit.

Grip bar(Driving handle):


The handle for the system
driving.

Arm:
Holds the X-ray tube assembly. It
can slide vertically along the
column and the arm itself can
stretch in the horizontal direction.

Hand switch:
The switch to make X-ray
exposures

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Operating section

Emergency stop switch: Key switch:


Use to stop the motor in an Turns the system on/off.
emergency case.

Battery indicator:
Indicate remaining charge of
the battery.

X-ray control panel:


Refer to Operation Manual.

Power plug and main circuit breaker

Main circuit breaker:


Turning off this breaker cut
Power plug: off power for the whole unit.
Use to charge the battery. The lid can be opened by
pressing and releasing it.

Obstruction detector:
Stop the unit in the event
of a collision

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Chapter 2 Outline

2.4 Name of Each Circuit Board and Layout of the


Circuit Boards

Right side of the unit

Discharge Switch

MUX CAPACITOR
BOARD

Xcont-2008
BOARD

NEXSH
BOARD

Bus Extender Breaker NFB1


Under side is ON

Left side of the unit

MUX
Power 32K
BOARD
Inverter Unit
32K
BOARD
Charge 04B
BOARD

MUX
MUX

Charge 32K
BOARD

MUX-LC1BF
BOARD

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Lower part of the unit

MU DRIVER-07
BOARD

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Chapter 3
3
Preparations for installation

Before installing the unit, thoroughly read this Chapter and make necessary
preparations.

Chapter Contents

3.1 Tools Required for Installation

3.2 Unpacking

3.3 Discharging the Internal Capacitor

3.4 How to Open/Close the Covers

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Chapter 3 Preparations for installation

3.1 Tools Required for Installation

When installing the unit, prepare the following tools:


• Screw drivers and Philips screw drivers
• Hexagonal bar L-type spanners: No. 2.5~10
• Nipper
• Pliers
• Tester
• Insulok
• Grease
• Cutter
• Waste cloth
• Alligator clip
• Alcohol for cleaning
• Oscilloscope
• Hexagonal bolt M8 x 16: (Only for exchanging X-ray tube assembly)
• Pliers for FU Lock nut AW04: (Only for exchanging X-ray tube
assembly)
• Spring gauge: (Only for adjusting X-ray tube assembly or adjustment
of handle)

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3.2 Unpacking

3.2 Unpacking

Make sure that the following items are contained:

Quantity Description
MobileArt Evolution type 32kW 1
Components Arm cover 1
Spare Fuse,313.500 1
parts Fuse,313001 1
Fuse,313002 1
Fuse,313005 1
Fuse,3136.25 1
Fuse,326010 1
Fuse,660CF-10UL 1
Label, Input Voltage 1
Cap 5 White
Cap 2 Blue
Release Switch Label 2
SH_MUX200 S/W 1
Operation Manual 1
Installation Manual 1
Parts List 1

Options Remote controller


Protective screen
Dose area product meter
Dose calculation unit
Distance indicator
Keyless entry
Changing the grip bar height
Luminous hand switch
Additional a hand switch
Grid case
Large cassette box

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Chapter 3 Preparations for installation

Remove Fixing bracket for device shipment

1. Remove the red plate fixing the column rotation-lock pin. Then, paste the
attached sponge on the place, where the red plate was fixed.

Fixing plate

Fig.3- 1

2. Remove the column rotation-lock pin.

3. Remove both sides of the fixing bracket for Tube rotation-lock and the arm
extension retaining at tip of arm.

Fixing bracket

Fig.3- 2

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3.2 Unpacking

4. Unscrew the weight fixing bolt. If it is hard to remove, loosen the bolt (a) at
the arm fixing bracket shown in the following figure.

Arm fixing bracket

(a) (a)

Weight fixing bolt

Fig.3- 3

5. Finally remove the arm fixing bracket.

6. After unpacking, turn ON the main breaker and the switch (see Fig.3- 6),
move to the place, where X-ray radiography is executable and there is a
power outlet. The main breaker is at the front side of the system.

ON

ON OFF
OFF

Fig.3- 4 Key switch

Fig.3- 5 Main breaker

When the system is parked for long time, this might flat the wheels where
contacts the floor. Runing the system, the wheels will be back the original
shape gradually.
Use the fixing brackets for transportation when the system is transported by
a track etc.

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Chapter 3 Preparations for installation

3.3 Discharging the Internal Capacitor

In this system, large-capacity capacitors are connected to the battery.


Even after turning OFF the key switch or the main breaker, electrical
charge remains in the capacitor.
Be sure to discharge the capacitor when working on this system.

1. Confirm that both the key switch and the main breaker are turned OFF.

2. Remove the right-side cover.

3. Confirm that the discharge switch is set to “NORMAL” (left side).

4. Disconnect the CN1/CN2 cable from the CN2 connector “NORMAL” on the
MUX CAPACITOR board and connect it to the CN1 connector
“DISCHARGE”. If electrical charge is remaining in the capacitor, the LED
on the MUX CAPACITOR board will be lit.

Fig.3- 6

5. Set the discharge switch to “DISCHARGE” (right side).


Discharge of the internal capacitor is started.

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3.3 Discharging the Internal Capacitor

Fig.3- 7

6. Five minutes or more will be required to reach the capacitor voltage to 1 V


or less. Capacitor voltage can be checked by using check pins CP1-CP2
on the MUX CAPACITOR board.

7. After all work is finished, to return the system to normal operation status,
confirm again that both the key switch and the main breaker are turned
OFF, then set the discharge switch to “NORMAL” (left side), and reconnect
the CN1/CN2 cable to the CN2 connector “NORMAL” on the MUX
CAPACITOR board.

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Chapter 3 Preparations for installation

3.4 How to Open/Close the Covers

Be sure to turn off the main breaker. There is a danger of receiving


electric shock.

Name and Layout of the Covers

Arm joint section


Top cover

Front cover

Cable cover

Side cover

Fig.3- 8 Name and layout of the covers

Do NOT pull the imaging unit's cable.


If the cable catches on something, do NOT pull on the imaging unit.
Doing so can cause in cable damage, fire, electric shock, unit damage,
or malfunction.

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3.4 How to Open/Close the Covers

1. Remove eight screws shown in Fig.3- 9.

Fig.3- 9 Points to screw on the side cover

2. Pull the side cover sideways to detach.

Be careful to remove the right side cover. The right side cover and the
main unit are connected with the cable of the hand switch.

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Chapter 3 Preparations for installation

How to Open/Close the Top cover

1. Unscrew screws as shown in Fig.3- 10 (a).

2. Unscrew screws on the Top cover as shown in Fig.3- 10 (b).

3. Pull up the front part of the top cover (Fig.3- 11).

The top cover and the main unit are connected with the cables. Be
careful to remove the top cover.

(a) (b)

Fig.3- 10 Screw cramp positions of the top cover

Fig.3- 11 How to open/close the top cover.

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3.4 How to Open/Close the Covers

How to Open/Close the Front Cover

1. Unscrew screws as shown in Fig.3- 12 and remove the top cover to the
side of the unit.

2. Slightly holding up the column under-cover, pull out forward and remove
the cover.

Column under-cover

Fig.3- 12 Method of opening/closing the front cover

How to Open/Close the Front Rear Cover

3. Unscrew 2 screws as shown in Fig.3- 13 (a).

4. Unscrew 4 screws in the column under-cover as shown in Fig.3- 13 (b).

5. Remove the front rear-cover, slightly holding up the column under-cover, as


shown in Fig.3- 13 (c).

(a) (b) (c)

Fig.3- 13 Method of opening/closing the front rear-cover

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Chapter 3 Preparations for installation

How to Open/Close the Cable Cover

1. Loose 4 hexagon socket head cap screws as shown in Fig.3- 14.

2. Pull the cable cover upward and remove it.

Cable Cover

Fig.3- 14 Screw cramp positions of the cable cover

How to Open/Close the Front Cover

1. Remove the front side cover and front rear cover.

2. Remove the cable cover.

3. Remove the cable guard and cable holder.

4. Remove the code guide.

5. Unscrew 4 screws as shown in Fig.3- 15 and remove the front cover.

Cable Holder Cable Guard


Cord guide

Fig.3- 15 Screw cramp positions of the front cover

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3.4 How to Open/Close the Covers

How to Open/Close the Arm Joint Section

1. Remove the upper cover and the cable cover.

2. Unscrew the hexagon socket head cap screws at 4 locations indicated in


Fig.3- 17.

3. Remove the knob of the arm lock release lever by turning it


counterclockwise.

4. Pull out the top plate and the main cover of the arm joint section.

Top plate

Main cover of arm joint


section

Arm Lock release lever


Cable Cover

Fig.3- 16 Name of each part of the arm joint section

Hexagon socket head


cap screw M4

Fig.3- 17 Screw cramp positions of Top plate

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Chapter 4
4
Installation

Install the system properly in the procedures described in this Chapter.

Chapter Contents

4.1 Installation Procedures

4.2 Check Safety function

4.3 Changing According to the Power Supply

4.4 Checking Performance of Each Part

4.5 Installing the arm cover

4.6 Attaching the knob for locking collimator rotation

4.7 Attaching screw caps

4.8 Installing the apron hanger

4.9 Reset of all parts usage information

4.10 Assembler Test

4.11 Charging the Battery after installation

In this system, large-capacity capacitors are connected to the battery.


Even after turning OFF the key switch or the main breaker, electrical
charge remains in the capacitor.
Be sure to discharge the capacitor when working on this system.
(Refer to 3.3)

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Chapter 4 Installation

4.1 Installation Procedures

Install the system according to the flowchart below.Fill in the


Installation Performance Check Sheet in accordance with table 4-1.

Start

Check Safety function


(Refer to 4.2)

Changing According to the Power Supply


(Refer to4.3)

Checking Performance of Each Part


(Refer to 4.4)

Installing options
(Refer to Chapter 5)

Installing the arm cover


(Refer to4.5)

Attaching the knob for locking collimator rotation


(Refer to 4.6)

Attaching screw caps


(Refer to 4.7)

Installing the apron hanger


(Refer to 4.8)

Reset of all parts usage information


(Refer to4.9)

Assembler Test
(Refer to 4.10)

Charging the Battery after installation


(Refer to 4.11)

Explanation of MobileArt Evolution operation to


customer

Clinical application

End

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4.1 Installation Procedures

Table 4- 1 fill-in position of the Installation Performance Check Sheet


Installation
Performance
Check Sheet
4.2Check Safety function ①
4.3Changing According to the Power Supply ②
Aging ③
Check tube current ④
Checking Movement
of the Collimator Unit

4.4 Checking Movement
the Unit

Checking the each
parts movement and ⑦
the lock function
Chapter 5 Installing options ⑨
4.5 Installing the arm cover
4.6 Attaching the knob for locking collimator
rotation
4.7 Attaching screw caps
4.8 Installing the apron hanger
4.9 Reset of all parts usage information
4.10 Assembler Test
4.11 Charging the Battery after installation ⑧
Explanation of the operation to customer ⑩
Clinical application

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Chapter 4 Installation

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4.2 Check Safety function

4.2 Check Safety function

Check the function of Key switch


Confirm that the key switch is able to be ON/OFF.

Check the fucntion of brake


1. Grip the brake release bar to see the brake can be released.

2. Release the brake bar to see the brake is ON.

Check the function of emergency brake release


1. Turn off the key switch

2. Press the emergency stop switch.

3. Press the emergency brake release switch to release the brake.

Check the function of emergency stop


1. Press the emergency stop switch.

2. It bans the running and x-ray radiography.

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Chapter 4 Installation

4.3 Changing According to the Power Supply

Change the power plug and the connections of the connector P1


and P2 in the system (Fig.4- 1 ) according to the voltage of the
power supplied to use's place.

1. Turn off the main circuit breaker.

2. Change the power plug according to use's place.

3. Open the right Side cover.

4. Change the connections of the connector P1 and P2 according to Table


4- 2

5. Stick the supply voltage indication label above the outlet of the power
plug. (The label is included in the maintenance parts.)

6. Turn on the main circuit breaker.

7. Make sure the circuit breaker NFB1 is ON (under side).

Be sure to change the connections according to the supply voltage at


the installation site. Charging the battery with wrong connections may
cause burning of the electric parts or fire.
(The connections are set for 100V when the system is shipped from the
factory.)

Table 4- 2 Changing the connection according to supply voltage


XCONT-2008
Connector Connector
Supply voltage
P1 P2
240V±10% A0 A240
230V±10% A+10 A220
220V±10% A0 A220
200V±10% A0 A200
120V±10% A0 A120
110V±10% A+10 A100
100V±10% A0 A100

NEXSH
Fig.4- 1 Connector P1 and P2 Connector
P1 and P2

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4.4 Checking Performance of Each Part

4.4 Checking Performance of Each Part

Make sure of the connections according to the supply voltage at the


installation site before the performance check.

Aging

Perform aging of the system. Make exposures from step 1 to step 11


according to "Table 4- 3".

If anything is wrong with the system during the aging, go back 2-steps.

To measure the tube voltage waveform, check CP9 TKV (tube voltage
feedback signal 1 V/20 kV) of the XCONT-2008 board by using an
oscilloscope.

Table 4- 3 Aging steps

Tube current Number


Tube voltage Pause time
Step –time of
(kV) (Sec.)
product(mAs) exposures
1 60 10 2 40
2 70 10 2 40
3 80 10 2 40
4 90 10 2 40
5 100 10 2 40
6 110 10 2 40
7 115 10 2 40
8 120 10 2 40
9 125 10 2 40
10 130 10 2 40
11 133 10 2 40

While aging, defend enough from the radiation by closing the collimator
completely and using the defense apron or the screen.

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Chapter 4 Installation

Check tube current

Check tube current as following steps.


1. Enter the Adjustment mode. (Refer to B.1)

2. Enter the tube current two-point adjustment mode. (See B.4)

3. Check that tube current value displayed on panel is within the range
below. Adjust tube current when the tube current is not within the range.

(1) Large focus

1. 80kV, 50mA : 45 – 50 mA

2. 80kV, 400mA : 370 – 400mA

(2) Small focus

1. 80kV, 50mA : 45 – 50 mA

2. 80kV, 200mA : 185 – 200mA

Checking Movement of the Collimator Unit

Make sure that the collimator is correctly mounted.


1. Loose the rotation-lock screw for the collimator.

2. Check that there is no large play on the rotation of the collimator section.

Make sure whether the light field is normal.


1. Turn the Irradiation field adjusting knob completely open.

2. Push the collimator lamp switch and confirm the light field.

3. Turn the Irradiation field adjusting knob completely close.

4. Push the collimator lamp switch and confirm the light field is completely
shaded.

When matching the centers of the collimator and X-ray focus, refer to
appendix E.7.

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4.4 Checking Performance of Each Part

rotation-lock knob

Arm Lock Inch-Mover Buttons Arm lock


Release switch release switch

SID Measure

Irradiation field Irradiation field


adjusting knob adjusting knob
Collimator lamp switch

Fig.4- 2 Name of parts of the collimator

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Chapter 4 Installation

Checking Movement the Unit

Check functions of the driving handle and the Inch-Mover Buttons.


The Inch-Mover Button is at the front of the collimator.
1. Turn on the key switch.

2. Confirm the system runs forward when pushing the driving handle.

3. Confirm the system runs backward when pulling the driving handle.

4. Push the arm lock release switch and lift up the X-ray tube assembly.

5. Confirm the system moves to correct direction when pushing the


Inch-Mover Buttons.

6. Confirm the system stops when pushing the both Inch-Mover Buttons at
the same time.

The Inch-Mover Buttons do not work when the driving handle is pushed or
pulled, because safety function works.

Inch-Mover Button Inch-Mover Button


(To Forward) (To Backward)

Fig.4- 3 Inch-Mover Button

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4.4 Checking Performance of Each Part

Checking the each parts movement and the lock function

Checking the arm stretch, up/down and rotation.


1. Move the stretch, up/down and rotation of the arm with pressing the “Arm
Lock Release Button”. Confirm whether there is neither abnormal noise
nor stroke shortage.

2. Confirm the arm locks when “Arm Lock Release Button" is released.

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4.5 Installing the arm cover

Installation procedure of arm cover


1. Lift up the arm and expand it.

2. Remove the Cable Guide from the Middle Arm. (M5 bolt, 4places. Fig.4- 4
(c))

3. Attach the Upper arm cover to the Arm. (M4 screw, 4places, Fig.4- 4
(d))

4. Attach the Lower arm cover to the Arm. (M4 screw, 6places, Fig.4- 4 (e))

5. Attach the Cable Guide to the Middle arm. (Fig.4- 4 (f))

Cable guide

(b) (c)
M4 screw (6 places)
M4 screw (4 places)
Upper arm cover

(d) (e) Lower arm cover (f)

Fig.4- 4 Procedures to attach the arm cover

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4.6 Attaching the knob for locking collimator rotation

4.6 Attaching the knob for locking collimator


rotation

Attach a knob for locking collimator rotation. It is packed together with screws
for adjustment of X-ray axis.

Fig.4- 5 Attaching the knob for locking collimator rotation

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4.7 Attaching screw caps

Attach screw caps to places shown in Fig.4- 6 . Screw caps are


included in spare parts.

Side cover: 8 places (16 places in total for left and right) Collimator upper part: 2 places

Top cover: 3 places Cable cover: 4 places

Front cover: 4 places, Front rear cover: 2 places, Arm cover: 6 places

Support stand cover: 4 places 10 places in total Middle arm part: 2 places

Fig.4- 6 Places to attach screw caps

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4.8 Installing the apron hanger

4.8 Installing the apron hanger

Do when the user wants to change the position where the apron hanger is
installed.

Installation procedure of the apron hanger


1. Remove 2 screws from the upper surface of top cover, and remove the
top cover.

2. Remove the screw which installs the apron hanger, and install the apron
hanger in the arbitrary position shown in Fig.4- 7.

Top cover Apron hanger

Position where apron


hanger can be installed

Fig.4- 7 Apron hanger

4.9 Reset of all parts usage information

Clear all parts usage information from the system by Usage information
collective setting mode(refer to B.18)

4.10 Assembler Test


In USA, execute the assembler test according to the ASSEMBLER
TEST MANUAL (Document No.M503-E330).

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4.11 Charging the Battery after installation


• Check the charge function and LED display functions correctly.

• In order to make the battery stable after installation, charge the battery after
using it as much as the red LED of the battery indicator comes on. Instruct
users of the system to repeat three times the cycle of charging and
discharging the battery. (Refer to operation manual.)

• The battery remaining amount is decreasing due to the natural discharge


during the time from factory shipment to the installation and also the
discharge of installation procedure. Please explain to the user that if starts
using the device without charging, the recharging will be needed earlier than
usual.

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Chapter 5
5
Installing the Options

How to install the options is described in this Chapter.

Chapter Contents

5.1 Installing Remote Controller Option

5.2 Installing folding–type Protective Screen Option

5.3 Installing Dose Area Product Meter Option

5.4 Installing Dose Area Product Meter Option for UL

5.5 Installing the Dose Calculation Unit

5.6 Installing the Distance Indicator

5.7 Keyless Entry

5.8 Adjusting the Height of the Driving Handle

5.9 Illuminated Hand Switch

5.10 Additional Hand Switch

5.11 Installing the Grid Case Option

5.12 Installing the Large Cassette Box Option

5.13 FPD Upgrade Kit

5.14 Decoration label

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5.1 Installing Remote Controller Option

Component of Remote Controller Option

The Remote controller option consists of the following parts. Make sure that all
these parts are contained in the package.

Parts Name Quantity


1 RC Transmitter 1
2 Receiver ASSY 1
3 AA battery 2

1 2

Fig. 5-1 Component of Remote controller option

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5.1 Installing Remote Controller Option

Mounting the Receiver Assy

Procedures for mounting the Receiver Assy


1. Remove the side covers, the top cover and the cover of the arm joint
section. (Refer to Chapter 3.)

2. Mount the Receiver Assy in place of the removed cover of the arm joint
section. Use the resin top cover and socket head bolt that have been
attached as they are.

3. Connect and layout the cable extending from the photo-receptor for the
remote controller to JREM of XCONT-2008 board as shown in Fig. 5-2.

4. Turn on the DIP switch SW3-4 on the NEX-SH board.

5. Connect the speaker’s cable.

6. Attach the removed covers again.

JREM

XCONT 2008

JREM

NEXSH
CPU
JREM

Fig. 5-2 Wiring to the XCONT-2008 board for the remote controller option

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Checking Performance of the Remote Controller

Open the lid at the back of the remote controller, and insert two "B" size batteries.
To enable the function of the remote controller, push the remove controller
Button on the X-ray operation panel and LED is illuminated. (Fig. 5-3 ).

After preparations, check the performance of the keys listed in Table 1.


Transmit from the gray area shown in Fig. 5-5 to the arm attaching part.

Fig. 5-3 Remote Controller switch

Table 1 Name and basic function of each key of the remote controller
Key Name Normal function
① Exposure preparation Starts the preparation for exposures.
switch
② Exposure switch Pressing this switch together with the exposure
preparation switch makes exposures.
③ Collimator lamp switch Turns on/off the collimator lamp.

1 2 3

Fig. 5-4 Remote controller

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270°,Radius 5m

Fig. 5-5 Range where remote control can be operated

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5.2 Installing folding–type Protective Screen


Option

Component of folding-type Protective Screen Option

The Protective screen option consists of the following parts. Make sure that all
these parts are contained in the package.

Parts Name Quantity


1 Protective screen assy 1
2 Top plate 1
3 S-shape large washer D16M4 (accessory) 3
4 SEMS SCREW M4x10(accessory) 3
5 BUMPER, SJ-5303 CLEAR 2
6 BUMPER, SJ-5023 WHITE 2
7 Pattern paper 2

① ⑦

Fig. 5-6 Folding-type Protective Screen Option

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5.2 Installing folding–type Protective Screen Option

Installation of the Protective Screen Option

7. Remove the top plate and the knob of the arm lock release lever, then
remove the top plate joint cover and the spacers.
Screws
Spacer

Top plate

Arm lock joint


section cover
Arm lock release
lever knob
Top cover
Fig. 5-7 Remove the joint cover

8. Mount the joint section cover. Attach the knob of the arm lock release lever,
and put the Protective screen on the joint section cover, and fix the
Protective screen with the washers [3] and the SEMS screws M4 [4] (three
points).(Fig. 5-8)

Protective screen

[3] [4]

Arm lock joint section cover

Fig. 5-8 Installing the protective screen

9. Attach the top plate on the Protective screen and fix the protective screen.

Top plate

Fig. 5-9 Installing the protective screen

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10. Using the pattern paper [7], paste two types of bumper [5] and [6] onto two
places on upper cover sheet panel.

How to paste
a. See the side [A], [B] shown on the pattern paper [7], and face it respectively to
the bottom and lateral side of the upper cover sheet panel, then paste by the
tape.

B side

A side

Fig. 5-10 Pasting the pattern paper


b. Paste the bumpers respectively at the place shown in the following figure,
matching the paper shape.

⑥bumper ⑤bumper

Fig. 5-11 Bumpers pasting position


c. When the bumpers are pasted completely, remove the paper.

Fig. 5-12 Bumpers pasting position

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5.2 Installing folding–type Protective Screen Option

Checking movement of the Folding-type protective screen option

Set up and down the protective screen several times.


Check the movement is nomally or not.
Confirm that the protective screen correctly contacts to bumpers pasted on the
upper cover sheet panel so that this protects the contact of the sheet panel.

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5.3 Installing Dose Area Product Meter Option

Component of Dose Area Product Meter Option

The Dose Area Mater Option consists of the following parts. Make sure that all
these parts are contained in the package.

No Parts Name Quantity


1 Dose Area Product Meter Adapter 1
2 Dose display panel 1
3 Sub Weight 2
4 DAP relay cable A 1
5 DAP relay cable B 1

The Dose Area Product Meter is not included. Purchase it separately.

Installing Dose Area Product Meter Option

Procedures of mounting
1. Remove 2 plates fixed in Dose Area Product Meter.

unscrew

Fig. 5-13

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2. Fix the Dose Area Product Meter to the adapter by the screw which was
removed previous step.

Fig. 5-14 Fixing Dose Area Product Meter

3. Remove the collimator rail.

Fig. 5-15

4. Fix together the collimator rail and adapter.

Fig. 5-16

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5. Detach the arm cover.

Arm cover

Fig. 5-17 Detach the arm cover

6. Connect the DAP relay cable B from the connector of Dose Area Product
Meter to the relay connector of the Arm section. Wire the DAP relay cable
B along the collimator cable. (Leave the wire of shield free.) (Fig. 5-18 and
Fig. 5-19)
The Dose meter cable from the system to the arm is already wired at the
factory.
To the Dose Area
Product Meter

DAP relay cable B

Relay connector

Fig. 5-18 Wiring under the arm

To the arm

Relay connector
DAP relay cable B

Fig. 5-19 Connecting with connector

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7. Connect DAP relay cable A between the connector of dose meter at the
unit and XCONT board JDAP connector. (Leave the wire of shield free.)

DAP relay cable B

DAP relay cable A

Dose display panel

DAP

Dose meter cable

(Wired of factory)

Display panel cable

Fig. 5-20

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Adjustment of vertical motion balance

Adjustment procedure
1. The column top cover is detached.

2. The arm is lowered most below, and the weight in the column is lifted to the
uppermost part.

Fig. 5-21 Positioning of arm

3. Two sub weights are installed, and the vertical motion balance of the arm
part is adjusted.

Sub weight

Nut

Fig. 5-22 Installing section of sub weights

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Installing the Dose Display Panel

Installing procedure
1. Remove the upper cover and the left side cover

2. Remove the cover shown in Fig. 5-23 and attach the dose display panel

Fasten with nuts


Cover

Fig. 5-23 Installing the Dose Display Panel

3. Connect the cable supplied with the dose display panel to the JDOSE
connector on the X-CONT board. (Leave the wire of shield free.)

4. Re-attach the upper cover and the left side cover.

Setting of DIP Switch

Set the Dip switch SW3-5 to “ON” on the NEX-SH Board.

Operation check of Dose Area Product Meter

Operation check of Dose Area Product Meter


1. Turn ON the power.

2. Following the adjustment method of the Dose Area Product Meter


described in Appendix B.12, adjust the Dose Area Product Meter.

3. When adjusted completely, operate the Dose Area Product Meter to check
that the Dose Area Product Meter works correctly.

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Be sure to follow the adjustment method of the Dose Area Product Meter
when adjust the Dose Area Product Meter.
If the Dose Area Product Meter is used without adjustment, the Dose Area
Product might not be detected correctly.

The unit of the Dose Area Product at the display is “mGy・cm2”.


The unit of the Dose Area Product for the DICOM image header is “dGy・
cm2”.

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5.4 Installing Dose Area Product Meter Option for


UL

Component of Dose Area Product Meter Option for UL

The Dose Area Product Meter Option consists of the following parts. Make sure
that all these parts are contained in the package.

No Parts Name Quantity


1 Distance piece for Dose Area Product Meter 1
2 Dose Area Product Meter Adapter 1
3 Dose display panel 1
4 Sub Weight 2
5 DAP relay cable A 1
6 DAP relay cable B 1
7 Screw, SST HEXSOCH Buttom M4x6 4
8 M3X12 hexagonal head cap screw 4

The Dose Area Product Meter is not included. Purchase it separately.

Installing Dose Area Product Meter Option for UL

Procedures of mounting
1. Remove two plates fixed in Dose Area Product Meter.

unscrew

Fig. 5-24

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2. Fix the Dose Area Product Meter to the adapter by the screw, which was
removed previous step.

Fig. 5-25 Fixing Dose Area Product Meter

3. Remove the collimator rail.

Fig. 5-26

4. Fix together the collimator rail and adapter by M3X10 hexagonal head cap
screw.

Fig. 5-27

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5. Attach Distance piece for Dose Area Product Meter by M4 HEXSOCH


screw.

6. Detach the arm cover.

Arm cover

Fig. 5-28 Detach the arm cover

7. Connect the DAP relay cable B from the connector of Dose Area Product
Meter to the relay connector of the Arm section. Wire the DAP relay cable
B along the collimator cable.
The Dose meter cable from the unit to the arm is already wired at the
factory.
The cable is relayed under the arm.

To the Dose Area


Product Meter

DAP relay cable B

Relay connector

Fig. 5-29 Wiring under the arm

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To the arm

Relay connector
DAP relay cable B

Fig. 5-30 Connecting with connector

8. Connect DAP relay cable A between the connector of dose meter at the
unit and XCONT board JDAP connector.

DAP relay cable B

DAP relay cable A

Dose display panel

DAP

Dose meter cable

(Wired of factory)

Display panel cable

Fig. 5-31

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Adjustment of vertical motion balance

Adjustment procedure
1. The column top cover is detached.

2. The arm part is lowered most below, and the weight in the column is lifted
to the uppermost part.

Fig. 5-32 Positioning of arm

3. Two supplementary weights are installed, and the vertical motion balance
of the arm part is adjusted.

Supplementary weight

Nut

Fig. 5-33 Installing section of sub weights

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Installing the Dose Display Panel

Installing procedure
1. Remove the top cover and the left side cover

2. Remove the cover shown in Fig. 5-34 and attach the dose display panel

Fasten with nuts


Cover

Fig. 5-34 Installing the Dose Display Panel

3. Connect the cable supplied with the dose display panel to the JDOSE
connector on the X-CONT PCB.

4. Re-attach the top cover and the left side cover.

Setting of DIP Switch

Set the Dip switch SW3-5 to “ON” on the NEX-SH Board.

Operation check of Dose Area Product Meter for UL

Operation check of Dose Area Product Meter


1. Turn ON the power.

2. Following the adjustment method of the Dose Area Product Meter


described in Appendix B.14, adjust the Dose Area Product Meter.

3. When adjusted completely, operate the Dose Area Product Meter to check
that the Dose Area Product Meter works correctly.

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Be sure to follow the adjustment method of the Dose Area Product Meter
when adjust the Dose Area Product Meter.
If the Dose Area Product Meter is used without adjustment, the Dose Area
Product might not be detected correctly.

The unit of the Dose Area Product at the display is “mGy・cm2”.


The unit of the Dose Area Product for the DICOM image header is “dGy・
cm2”.(Only for FPD upgrade)

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5.5 Installing the Dose Calculation Unit

Component of the Dose Calculation Unit

The Dose Caluculation Unit consists of the following parts; Make sure that all
these parts are contained in the package.

No Parts Name Quantity


1 Dose Caluculation Unit 1
2 Bracket 2
3 Cover 1
4 Calculation dose display panel 1
5 Display cable 1
6 SESD cable B 1
7 Screw, SST HEXSOCH Buttom M4x6 4
8 Screw, SST FLAT HEAD M3x12 2
9 Sub Weight 2

Fig. 5-35 Dose Calculation Unit

Installing the Dose Calculation Unit

Procedure to install the Dose Calculation Unit


1. Rotate the collimator to face upwards.

2. Remove the M3 bolts from the rail indicated in Fig. 5-36 and remove the rail.

M3 bolts × 2

Remove this rail.

Fig. 5-36 Remove the Collimator Rail

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3. At the left side of the collimator, fix together the bracket [2] and the rail by
M3 bolt, which was unscrewed before.

[2] Bracket

Rail

Fig. 5-37 Left side of the Collimator

4. At the right side of the collimator, fix together the bracket [2], the rail, and
the cover [3] in order by the attached Flat head screw M3X12.

Cover [3] Bracket [2]


M3X12 Flat head screw

Rail

Fig. 5-38 Right of Collimator

Left Right

Fig. 5-39 Final figure of Collimator

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5. Fix the Dose Calculation Unit to the collimator by the attached M4


HEXSOCH screw.

(a)Standard (b)UL version


Fig. 5-40 Mounting the Dose Calculation Unit

6. Finally wire the cables.

Fig. 5-41 Completion of the Dose Calculation Unit mounted

7. Remove the arm cover.

Arm cover

Fig. 5-42 Arm cover

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8. Connect the dosimeter cable and the SESD cable A at the base part of the
arm using the attached relay cable. (Leave the wire of shield free.)
Connect cables like Fig. 5-43.

SESD cable A

SESD cable B

Dosimeter cable

Fig. 5-43 Cable connection

9. Attach again the arm cover.

10. Connect the unit side connector of dosimeter cable to XCONT board
connector JUSD. (Leave the wire of shield free.)

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Adjustment of vertical motion balance

Adjustment procedure
1. The column top cover is detached.

2. The arm part is lowered most below, and the weight in the column is lifted
to the uppermost part.

3. Two supplementary weights are installed, and the vertical motion balance
of the arm part is adjusted.

Supplementary weight

Nut

Fig. 5-44 Installing section of sub weights

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5.5 Installing the Dose Calculation Unit

Installing the Dose Display Panel

Installing procedure
1. Remove the upper cover and the left side cover

2. Remove the cover shown in Fig. 5-45 and attach the dose display panel

Fasten with nuts


Cover

Fig. 5-45 Installing the Dose Display Panel

3. Connect the cable supplied with the dose display panel to the JDOSE
connector on the X-CONT board. (Leave the wire of shield free.)

4. Re-attach the top cover and the left side cover.

Setting of DIP switch

Set the DIP switch SW3-5 to “OFF” on the NEX-SH board.

To run the dose calculation unit be sure to set SW3-5 (Dose Area Product
Meter) OFF at NEX-SH board. When SW3-5 is ON, the dose calculation unit
cannot run.

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Operation check of dose calculation unit

Operation check of dose calculation unit


1. Turn the key switch on.

2. Calibrate the Dose Calculation Unit in accordance with “B.13 Dose


Calculation Adjustment Mode”.

3. Check the performance of the Dose Calculation Unit.

Calibrate the dose calculation unit after the installation.


Without the calibration, the dose calculation unit might not function correctly.

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5.6 Installing the Distance Indicator

5.6 Installing the Distance Indicator

The Distance indicator is used in combination with the Dose calcuration unit.

Component of the Distance Indicator

The distance indicator consists of the following parts; Make sure that all these
parts are contained in the package.

No Parts Name Quantity


1 Cover with distance indicator 1
2 Distance Indicator PCB 1
3 Spacer 4
4 SEMS screw M4x8 4

Installing the Distance Indicator

Procedure to install the Distance Indicator


1. Remove the cover with the status indicator lamp from the top of the
collimator.
Loosen the screws. Slide the cover slightly forward and then lift it off.

Loosen the screws and remove the cover.

Cover

Fig. 5-46 Collimator Unit

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2. Disconnect the connector for the status indicator lamp in the cover.

Connector

Fig. 5-47 Location of the Connector

3. Rotate the collimator to face upwards.

Fig. 5-48

4. Remove the screws indicated in Fig. 5-49 and remove the collimator lamp
cover and the collimator cover.

Collimator Lamp Cover


Collimator Cover

Also on opposite side


4 positions
3 Positions

Fig. 5-49 Collimator Lamp Cover and Collimator Cover

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5. Pass the cable from the cover with the distance indicator through the
collimator and connect it to the connector for the status indicator lamp.

Cover with distance indicator

Fig. 5-50 Cable Connections

6. Attach the cover with distance indicator.

7. Attach the collimator cover and the collimator lamp cover.

Fig. 5-51 Distance Indicator

8. Wire the distance indicator cable along the cable of the Dose calculation
unit to the base of the arm.

Fig. 5-52 Wiring the Cable

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9. Remove the arm cover.

Arm Cover

Fig. 5-53

10. Attach the Distance Indicator board with the spacer at the bottom of the
arm.

Distance Indicator board

Fig. 5-54 Distance Indicator board

11. Connect the dosimeter cable, SESD cable A and distance indicator
cable to the Distance Indicator board, as shown in the diagram. (Leave
the wire of shield free.)
Distance
indicator cable

Distance indicator
Distance
board
Indicato
SESD cable A
Dosimeter cable
Dose calculation unit
(Wired at factory)

Fig. 5-55 Connections to the Distance Indicator board

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12. Check setting of DIP switches in accordance with following table.

Switch name SW1-1 SW1-2 SW1-3 SW1-7


ON/OFF OFF ON ON OFF
Switching the displayed unit.
Contents Setting of offset value OFF:「cm」
ON:「inch」

13. Move objects away from around the system. Set the Arm position so
that the distance from floor to the focus is 1m.

14. Calibrate the distance indicator board. The gain correction is possible
by setting DIP switches. Set the Gain correction value so that the
distance indicator shows 100cm±2cm.

Switch name SW1-4 SW1-5 SW1-6 Correction value


ON/OFF OFF OFF OFF 0
ON OFF OFF +2
OFF ON OFF +4
ON ON OFF +6
OFF ON ON 0
OFF ON ON -2
OFF ON ON -4
OFF ON ON -6

15. Attach the Arm cover.

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5.7 Keyless Entry

Keyless entry configuration

Keyless entry is composed of the following parts. Check them when unpackage.

No. Item Qty.


1 Keyless switch 1
2 Fixing plate 1

Fig. 5-56

Mount Keyless entry

How to mount Keyless entry


1. Remove the upper cover.

2. Remove the yellow rotation-lock cover of key switch, turn the stop lever to
disassemble the key switch.

Fig. 5-57 Mounting Keyless switch

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3. Unscrew two flange nuts from the rear side, then remove the key switch
and the fixing bracket.

Fig. 5-58

4. Disassemble the removed key switch and remove the rotation-lock ring in
order to use it when mount the keyless switch.

Fig. 5-59

5. Fix the keyless switch fixing bracket from the rear side of main panel by the
flange nut which was removed previous step.

Fig. 5-60

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6. Insert the keyless switch from the front side of main panel and fix it by the
rotation-lock ring and the resin nut from the rear side. Mount the switch
placing the switch lever’s white mark directly below.

Fig. 5-61

Be carefull the direction to fix the rotaion-lock ring. The projecting part is for
fixing at the fixing plate.
Be sure to surely put the projecting part of rotation-lock ring in the notch of
fixing plate.
Otherwise, the switch part might be rotated.

7. Reassemble the keyless switch in the reverse order of the step 2.

Fig. 5-62

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8. Attach again the upper cover.

Fig. 5-63

Setting of DIP switch

Set the DIP switch SW3-2 to “ON” the NEX-SH board. (Refer to Appendix A)

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5.8 Adjusting the Height of the Driving Handle

The Driving Handle Height Adjustment Option comprises the following parts:

Make sure that all these parts are contained in the package.
No Parts Name Quantity
1 Handle Option ASSY 1
2 Handle Arm 60R 1
3 Handle Arm 60L 1
4 Handle Arm 40R 1
5 Handle Arm 40L 1
6 Handle Arm Cover 60 1
7 Handle Arm Cover 40 1
8 Guide R 1
9 Guide L 1
10 SKM2 1
11 Hexagon Socket Head Screw M6X16 4

Changing the Set Height

The Handle Option ASSY increases the handle height by 90 mm. If the customer
wishes to increase the height by 40 mm or 60 mm, replace the handle arm and
handle cover.

1. Remove the handle arm cover, joint ASSY.


Handle arm

Photosensor
cable

Joint ASSY

Handle arm
Fig. 5-64
cover

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5.8 Adjusting the Height of the Driving Handle

2. Fix the brake bar and the grip by tape etc.

Without fixing the brake bar and the grip by tape etc,the brake bar and the
grip go into pieces.

3. Pull the photosensor cable out of the hole in the handle arm and then
remove the handle arm.

Fig. 5-65

4. Attach the handle arm for the required driving handle height. At this stage,
temporarily fasten the handle arm and don’t attach screw caps. Take care
not to trap the cables.

5. Pass the photosensor cable through the handle arm as shown in Fig. 5-66.

6. Attach the joint ASSY

Temporary
joint

Fig. 5-66

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7. Attach the handle arm cover.

Fig. 5-67

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5.8 Adjusting the Height of the Driving Handle

Replacing the Handle

1. Open the left and right side covers.

2. Remove the photosensor connector and ground cable.

3. Remove the handle cover and guide. Remove the standard handle.

Guide

Handle cover

Fig. 5-68

4. Pass the handle cover through the High Handle ASSY, as shown in Fig.
5-69. Place it on the handle base and attach the optional guide. (Install the
guide in contact with the 3 contact faces on the handle base.)

Guide
(Option)

Fig. 5-69

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5. Make sure that the clearance between slide plate and guide is 0.2 - 0.5mm.
If the clearance is out of range, make adjustments to the clearance by
loosening the fixing screws.

Guide

0.2-0.5mm
Slide plate
Fig. 5-70

6. Confirm that the handle moves smoothly. Fully tighten the arm screws.

Fig. 5-71

7. Connect the photosensor connector and ground cable.

8. Lift the circuit breaker to turn on the power. Check the travel operation.

9. Close the side covers.

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5.8 Adjusting the Height of the Driving Handle

Adjustment of the Handle after the exchange

Be sure to adjust the handle after the handle exchange.


As steering performance will be changed, change user settings if necessary
(Refer to Operation Manual).

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5.9 Illuminated Hand Switch

Component of Illuminated Hand Switch

No Parts Name Quantity


1 Illuminated Hand Switch 1

Installing of Illuminated Hand Switch

1. Turn off the circuit breaker, and open the right side cover. Note that that the
hand switch cable is attached to the cover.

Fig. 5-72

2. Disconnect the hand switch connector.

Fig. 5-73

3. Remove the fixing bracket and remove the hand switch from the side cover.

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5.9 Illuminated Hand Switch

4. Attach the illuminated hand switch to the side cover.

Fig. 5-74

5. Connect the illuminated hand switch connector and close the side cover.

6. Check the operation.


(For details about the illumination, see the operation manual.)

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5.10 Additional Hand Switch


Component of Additional Hand Switch

No Parts Name Quantity


1 Holder mount 1
2 Illuminated Hand Switch, C2U-23 1
3 Hand SW I/F board ASSY 1
4 Hand SW cable, J9B 1
5 CABLE TIE,CV-100N 1
6 SUS sems screwP3 M4X8 2
7 Flat head screw M3×8 2
8 Flat head screw M4×8 2

Installing of Additional Hand Switch

1. Open the both side cover and the upper cover.

2. Remove the cable cover.

3. Attach the holder for additional hand switch to the cable cover.

Flat head screw M4×8

Flat head screw M3×8

Fig. 5-75

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4. Connect Hand SW cable J9B between the Hand Switch I/F board and
XCONT-2008 board connector J9B.as shown in Fig. 5-76.

To XCONT2008

XCONT2008

Connector J9B
Fig. 5-76

5. Connect the hand switch to the Hand Switch I/F board.

Hand Switch
I/F board

Fig. 5-77

6. Fix the Hand Switch I/F board to the control unit.

Fig. 5-78

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7. Attach the cable cover. Make sure that the hand switch protrudes through
the cutout at the bottom of the cable cover.

Fig. 5-79

8. Attach the side cover and check the operation.

Fig. 5-80

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5.11 Installing the Grid Case Option

5.11 Installing the Grid Case Option

Component of the Grid Case option

The Grid Case Option comprises the following parts: Make sure that
all these parts are contained in the package

No Parts Name Quantity


1 Grid Case 1
2 Handle 1
3 Rubber 2
4 Hexagon Head Bolt M5X10 2
5 Hexagon Socket Head Cap Screw M4X12 2
6 Screw,SST Bind M4X12 2
7 Nut,SUS M4 2
8 Washer,S Plain Large M4 2
9 Washer,SST Plain M4 4

① ② ③

Fig. 5-81 Remove the Collimator Rail

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Hexagon Head Bolt

M5x10
Cassette Box Rubber

Washer Plain M4 M4 Nut


Handle

Screw, SST Bind

M4x12
Grid Box
Detail A

Washer Large
Cassette Box
Washer Plain M4

Hexagon socket

head cap screw

M4x12

Grid Case
Detail B

Fig. 5-82 Remove the Collimator Rail

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5.11 Installing the Grid Case Option

Installing of the Grid case option

Procedure to install the Grid case


1. Remove the two caps attached to the center of the both side ends of the
cassette box.

cap

Screw hole

Fig. 5- 83 Hole position for grid case installation

2. Set a M4 flat washer and a M4 flat large washer over each of the two
M4×12 hexagon socket head cap bolts. At this time, set the flat washer first
and then the flat large washer so that the flat washer comes next to the
head of the bolt.
Loosely screw the bolts in the screw holes in the bottom as shown in Fig.
5-82 detail B.

3. Fit the grid case to the bolts which were screwed in Step 2.
When fitting the grid case, set the notch on the bottom of the grid case
between the washer and the large washer (Fig. 5-82 detail B), and then
screw down the bolts.

4. Fix the cassette box and the grid case by bind screw M4x12, washer M4,
rubber and nut M4 as shown in Fig. 5-82 detail A.

5. After checking on the mounting position of the grid case, screw down the
screws.

Fig. 5-84

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Procedure of install the handle


1. Remove 2 covers on the handle foreside of cassette box.

2. Attach the handle with Hexagon head bolts M5X10 shown Fig. 5-85

handle

Fig. 5-85 position of attaching the handle

Fig. 5-86

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5.12 Installing the Large Cassette Box Option

5.12 Installing the Large Cassette Box Option

Component of the large cassette box option

The Large Cassette Box Option(it can be stocked 15 half size


cassettes) comprises the following parts:
Make sure that all these parts are contained in the package

No Parts Name Quantity


1 Large Cassette Box ASSY 1

Fig. 5-87 Components of the Large Cassette Box option

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Installing of the large cassette box option

1. Remove both side cover.

2. Loosen Hexagonal socket head bolts M10 (2 places) shown Fig. 5-88, and
remove the standard cassette box.

Fig. 5-88 Positions of Bolts

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5.12 Installing the Large Cassette Box Option

3. Attach the ①large cassette box ASSY with bolts shown step 2.

Large Cassette Box

Fig. 5-89Large Cassette Box

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5.13 FPD Upgrade Kit

Refer to M503-E341.

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5.14 Decoration label

5.14 Decoration label

Contents: Mobile Zoo Sticker

Sheet ①-1 Sheet ①-2

Sheet ②-1 Sheet ②-2


Sheet ②-1 (Spare)
Sheet ③ (Spare)

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Sheet ③ Sheet ④

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Overall View: MobileArt Evolution

Rear Side

Left Side

Right Side

Under the Arm

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Front Side

8) Design Instruction *You are required to stick it on by your convenience.


Right Side Please attach stickers in # order of Sheet ①-1 & ①-2.

#17 *Depending on wheel design


#13.Fish2Pink Colorful petals small
#1.Butterfly Yellow_a #12.Sea otter
(For Colorful petals wheel

type)

Fish1Blue
#2.Butterfly Yellow_b
(For Animal wheels

#14.Fish1Orange
#3.Flamin #16.Fish2Green
#15.Fish2Red

#4.Apple #11.Flower2

#6.Zebra

#5.Lion

#7.Cheetah & Bird Pink

#10.Squirrel
#8Logo

#9.Wheel

Logo : Please take off the original Logo sticker

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Left Side please attach stickers in # order of Sheet ②-1 & ②-2.

#14.Turtle
2Green

#13.Turtle #15.Crocodile
#16 *Depending on wheel design 2Red
#1.Butterfly Pink
Colorful petals
small
(for Colorful petals #2.Monkey
wheel type)
#11.Turtle
#12.Turtle
turtle1Blue 2Pink
1Orange
(For Animal wheels

type)

#10.Flower1
#3.Giraffe
#9.Elephant

#4.Penguin
#8.Babybird1

#5.Logo
#7.Babybird2

#6.Wheel

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Front Side please attach stickers in # order of Sheet ③.

#1.Butterfly Blue

#2.Bird Orange

#3.Rabbit

#4.Honeybee

#5.Bear

Note: Please don’t overlap the sticker each other to


avoid unstucking.

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Rear Side please attach stickers in # order of Sheet ③.

#1.Bird Blue

#2.Bird Cherry

#3.Kangaro

#4.Leaf1

#5.Leaf2

#6.Koala

Under the Arm

Wheel please attach stickers in # order of Sheet ④.

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There are two types of stickers for wheels, “Animal type” and “Colorful petals type”. Please
choose the type with your preference. In case of “Animal type”, please put “Echidna” on the left
wheel and “Sheep” on the right wheel. There is no deference between the right side “Colorful
petals” sticker and left side.

Animal type

Echidna for left wheel Sheep for right wheel

Colorful petals type

1. tale off the caps of the halls 2. put the Animal or Colorful petals 3. put on the cap 4. put on the cap stickers

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Chapter 6
6
Specifications

Chapter Contents

6.1 Specifications

6.2 Dimensional Drawing of the Unit

6.3 X-ray Reference Axis and Focal Spot Position

6.4 Exposure Condition

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Chapter 6 Specifications

6.1 Specifications

(1) Use environment


Ambient temperature 10~40℃
Relative humidity 30~85%(with no condensation)
Atmospheric pressure 700~1060 hPa

(2) Classification of the system


ClassⅠequipment (when connected by the power supply plug)
Protection method against electric shock
Internally-powered equipment (when powered by the battery)
Degree of protection against electric shock Type-B equipment
Operation mode Continual operation with intermittent load

(3) Power supply


When powered Power supply Internal battery
by battery Battery type Shielded lead storage battery (12 V×20 cells)
Power supply rating 1kVA
Supply voltage Single phase 100,110,120,200,220,230,240V
Supply frequency 50/60Hz
When charging battery Single phase 100,110,120 V AC: 1.0Ω max.
Supply Impedance
Single phase 200,220,230,240 V AC: 4.0Ω max.
Ground terminal : 100Ω max
Ground resistance
Additional ground terminal : 100Ω max
Power cable length 4m

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6.1 Specifications

(4) High-voltage generator


JIS Compliant Model BIR-320-133

Max. Electric Power 32 kW (100 kV, 320 mA, 20 ms / 80 kV, 400 mA, 20 ms)
16 kW (100 kV, 160 mA, 0.1 s)
Nominal Electric Power (product of max current flow possible for 0.1 seconds and tube
voltage, at 100 kV nominal tube voltage)
Nominal maximum tube voltage and maximum tube current where nominal
maximum tube voltage output is possible: 133 kV, 200 mA
Maximum tube current and maximum tube voltage where maximum tube current output
is possible: 400 mA, 80 kV
Ratings Combination of tube voltage and tube current that outputs maximum electrical power:
100 kV, 320 mA /80 kV, 400 mA
Minimum current-time product: 0.32 mAs
Maximum current-time product: 320 mAs
Nominal minimum irradiation time: 1.0 msec
40~ 90kV 0.32~320mAs
91~100kV 0.32~280mAs
Large
Focus 101~110kV 0.32~250mAs
111~120kV 0.32~220mAs
Current-time product
settings possible at 121~133kV 0.32~200mAs
given cassette 40~ 90kV 0.32~320mAs
radiography voltage
91~100kV 0.32~280mAs
Small
Focus 101~110kV 0.32~250mAs
111~120kV 0.32~220mAs
121~133kV 0.32~200mAs

Tube voltage setting Setting range 40 to 133kV,in 1kV increments


range and display Display Digital
Setting range 0.32,0.36,0.40,0.45,0.50,0.56,0.63,0.71,0.80,0.90,
1.0,1.1,1.2,1.4,1.6,1.8,2.0,2.2,2.5,2.8,3.2,3.6,4.0,4.5,
Current-time product
5.0,5.6, 6.3,7.1,8.0,9.0,10,11,12,14,16,18,20,22,25,
setting range and
28,32,36,40,45,50,56,63,71,80,90,100,110,125,140,
display.
160,180,200,220,250,280,320mAs
Display: Digital
Up to 72 anatomical programs
(8 regions × 3 orientations × 3 body thicknesses = 72)
Anatomical program store the following in memory:

Anatomical program Radiography parameters (kV, mAs), focus size


Only with FPD upgrade kit (1panel) installed up to 144 anatomical programs.
(8 regions × 3 orientations × 3 body thicknesses × 2 = 144)
Only with FPD upgrade kit (2panel) installed up to 216 anatomical programs.
(8 regions × 3 orientations × 3 body thicknesses × 3 = 216)

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Chapter 6 Specifications

(5) X-ray tube Assembly


Model 0.7/1.3U163C-36

Nominal focal spot size 0.7/1.3mm


Target angle 16deg
Nominal X-ray Radiography Nominal X-ray tube voltage
tube voltage
Max. heat 750kJ(1060kHU)
X-ray tube
capacity
Assembly
Max. Continuous 120W(170HU/s)
(tube and housing)
input
Max. Anode heat 210kJ(300kHU)
capacity
X-ray tube Max. Anode heat 800W(1130HU/s)
(tube only) dissipation rate
Max. Continuous 210W(300HU/s)
input
Weight 12.8kg

(6) Collimator
Model R-20C
Shape Rectangular
Field Max. field 430 × 430 mm at SID 1m
Min. field 0 × 0mm (leaves closed)
Average
160 lx min.
illumination
Contrast ratio of
3 min
edge
Illuminated field Precision 2% of SID
Center indicator Cross hairs
Type of lamp Halogen lamp (JM 12V 100W 10H)
Illumination period 30 seconds max, with automatic off timer
SID display 1, 1.5, 2 m
Field size
indication Dimensions
20(8), 23(9), 25(10), 28(11), 30(12), 36(14), 43(17) cm(in.)
display
Leaf movement Manual
Focal length (distance between focal
point and collimator attachment 56 mm
surface, when installed)
External dimension (W × D × H) 202 × 211 × 200 mm

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6.1 Specifications

(7) X-ray Tube Holder


Type S: 600 mm to 1860 mm
Focal Spot Height
Type T: 600 mm to 2010 mm

Arm Length 635 mm to 1200 mm

Column Rotation Range ±270 degrees

X-ray Tube Assembly Rotation Angle ±180 degrees


X-ray Tube Assembly Axial Rotation Forward 90 degrees, backward 20 degrees

(8) Minimum inherent filtration


Total 2.5 mm Al at 70 kV

X-ray tube Assembly 1.5mm Al equivalent at 70 kV


Collimator 1.0mm Al equivalent at 70 kV

(9) Options
Infrared type
Remote controller
Ready operation, X-ray operation, Collimator lamp ON/OFF
Protective screen(folding) Collapsible X-ray protective acrylic screen
Dose area product meter Indicates the dose area product.
Dose calculator unit Calculate and display the entrance dose on the patient surface
Distance indicator Display the distance measured by the Dose calculator unit.
Changes the key switch to a keyless switch, and make the system administrated by
Keyless entry
password.
The grip bar height can be changed to 950 mm, 970 mm, or 1000 mm from floor
Changing the grip bar height
surface.
The hand switch illuminates to indicate when radiography preparation is finished, or
Luminous hand switch
that radiography is in progress.
Additional hand switch Allows adding an illuminated hand switch to front of unit.
Grid Case By attaching the grid case, two sheets of grid holder can be stored.
Large Cassette Box Large cassette box store 15 light weight 14 x 17 inches cassettes.
FPD Upgrade Allows adding DR system to this system.

Decoration label Decoration label for exterior body

(10) Custom specification*


High position focus
Lift focal point up by 150mm (focal point height: 750 to 2010mm.)
(Type S only)
*Custom specification cannot be changed to normal edition after delivery.

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Chapter 6 Specifications

Technical data of X-ray tube unit (0.7U/1.3U163C-36)

Items Rated value


Fluoroscopy 133 kV
Nominal X-ray tube Voltage
Radiography 125 kV
X-ray tube Max. heat content 750 kJ {1,060 kHU}
Assembly Max. continuous heat dissipation rate 120 W { 170 HU/s}
Max. anode heat content 212 kJ { 300 kHU}
X-ray
Tube Max. anode heat dissipation rate 800 W {1,130 HU/s}
Max. continuous heat dissipation rate 210 W { 300 HU/s}*4
Nominal focal spot 0.7 mm 1.3 mm
Measuring method of focal spot size Slit camera Slit camera
20msec 19.9 kW 36.4 kW
Nominal anode input power
0.1sec 16.8 kW 30.5 kW
≦20msec 160 mA 400 mA
Max. X-ray tube current
>20msec 320 mA
Max. filament voltage 15.0 V 15.0 V
*1
Max. filament current 5.6 A 5.6 A
Material Rhenium-tungsten faced molybdenum
Anode target
Angle/diameter 16°/ 74mm
Direction of anode rotation is
counter-clockwise as viewed from the
Anode rotation *2 cathode side, and R.P.M as follows.
3800 min.-1{R.P.M.} at 70 Hz

Min. 1.5 mm Al equivalent/70kV


Equivalent filtration
Including to fixed additional filter *5
Leakage radiation in hour from the X-ray
tube assembly and collimator is less than 1
*3
mGy at a distance of 1 meter from the
Leakage radiation focal spot. However, leakage radiation in
an hour from the collimator is less than
0.35mGy.
350mm×350mm (at distance of 650mm
X-ray radiation field
from focal spot)
Min. ambient temperature -10 ゜C
Degree of protection against electric shock CLASS Ⅰ / TYPE B
Weight 13 kg

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6.1 Specifications

Heating & Cooling Curve of X-ray tube unit (0.7/1.3U163C-36)

Heating & Cooling Curve of X-ray tube assembly

160W
700
130W 100W
600
X-ray tube assembly heat

500
content (kJ)

400

300
c oolin g
200

100

0
0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180
time  (min .)

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Chapter 6 Specifications

SINGLE LOAD RATING CHARTS of X-ray tube unit

“0.7”U163C 70Hz Three Phase

“1.3”U163C 70Hz Three Phase

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6.1 Specifications

Emission & Filament Characteristics of X-ray tube unit

Em ission & F ila m ent C ha r a ct er ist ics


“0.7”U163C
0.7U161C
400 16

tage
t Vo l
me n
Fil a
60kV
300 14
X-ray Tube Current (mA)

Filament Voltage (V)


40kV
80kV
200 12
100kV

125kV

100 10

0 8
3.6 3.8 4 4.2 4.4 4.6 4.8 5 5.2 5.4
Filament Current (A)

Em ission & F ila m ent C ha r a ct er ist ics


1.2U161C
“1.3”U163C
500 16

60kV

40kV
400 14

80kV
X-ray Tube Current (mA)

Filament Voltage (V)

300 ge 12
100kV l ta
Vo
e nt
125kV Fi l am

200 10

100 8

0 6
3.6 3.8 4 4.2 4.4 4.6 4.8 5 5.2 5.4
Filament Current (A)

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Chapter 6 Specifications

6.2 Dimensional Drawing of the Unit


System dimensional drawing

Total width 580 mm


Total length 1190mm
Type S : 1780mm
Height of Column
Type T : 1930mm
Weight 390kg
Maximum travel speed Approx. 5km/h (may vary depending on condition.)

*Values shown in ( ) are for Type S.

Fig. 6-1 System dimensions of MobileArt Evolution

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6.3 X-ray Reference Axis and Focal Spot Position

6.3 X-ray Reference Axis and Focal Spot Position


X-ray reference axis and focal spot position

Focus

Fig. 6-2 X-ray reference axis and focal spot position (Front and upper view)

Focus

Fig. 6-3 X-ray reference axis and focal spot position (Side view)

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6.4 Exposure Condition


Large Focus (at normal condition)

133

200mA 50mA
125

120
63mA
125mA
80mA
110
250mA

100 100mA
Tube Voltage (kV)

90 320mA

80 125mA

70
400mA

60
160mA

50

250mA 200mA
40
0.32 0.40 0.50 0.63 0.80 1.0 1.25 1.6 2.0 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0 6.3 8.0 10 12.5 16 20 25 32 40 50 63 80 100 125 160 200 250 320

Tube current and time product (mAs)

Table Example: Conditions that can be set up at 90kV


At 90kV, a setup of a maximum of 320 mAs is possible.
Since the tube current at 90kV and 100mAs is 100mA, time is 1.0sec.
A setup of 320mA of tube current is possible to take an exposure with 0.32-7.1mAs.
The time at 90kV and 3.2mAs is 10msec.

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6.4 Exposure Condition

Large focus (at low level battery)

133

200mA
125 50mA
120

110 250mA 63mA


Tube Voltage (kV)

100

90 320mA
80mA

80

100mA
70
400mA

60 125mA

50
160mA

250mA 200mA
40
0.32 0.40 0.50 0.63 0.80 1.0 1.25 1.6 2.0 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0 6.3 8.0 10 12.5 16 20 25 32 40 50 63 80 100 125 160 200 250 320

Tube current and time product (mAs)

Table Example: Conditions that can be set up at 90kV.


At 90kV, a setup of a maximum of 320 mAs is possible.
Since the tube current at 90kV and 100mAs is 80mA, time is 1.25sec.

When a setup of 320mA of tube current is possible to take an exposure with tube voltage is
lowered to 90kV. 3.2mAs is 0.32-7.1mAs.
The time at 90kV and 3.2mAs is 10msec.

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Small Focus (at normal condition)

133

100mA 50mA
125

120
80mA 63mA

110 125mA
100mA

100
Tube Voltage (kV)

90
160mA 125mA

80

70

200mA
60
160mA

50

40
0.32 0.40 0.50 0.63 0.80 1.0 1.25 1.6 2.0 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0 6.3 8.0 10 12.5 16 20 25 32 40 50 63 80 100 125 160 200 250 320

Tube current and time product (mAs)

Table Example: Conditions that can be set up at 90kV


At 90kV, a setup of a maximum of 320 mAs is possible.
Since the tube current at 90kV and 100mAs is 100mA, time is 1.0sec.
A setup of 160mA of tube current is possible to take an exposure with 0.32-3.2mAs.
The time at 90kV and 1.6mAs is 10msec.

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6.4 Exposure Condition

Small Focus (at low level battery)

133
100mA
50mA
125

120

125mA 63mA
110

100

160mA 80mA
90
Tube Voltage (kV)

80

100mA
70
200mA
60 125mA

50 160mA

40
0.32 0.40 0.50 0.63 0.80 1.0 1.25 1.6 2.0 2.5 3.2 4.0 5.0 6.3 8.0 10 12.5 16 20 25 32 40 50 63 80 100 125 160 200 250 320

Tube current and time product (mAs)


Table Example: Conditions that can be set up at 90kV
At 90kV, a setup of a maximum of 320 mAs is possible.
Since the tube current at 90kV and 80mAs is 80mA, time is 1.0sec.
A setup of 160mA of tube current is possible to take an exposure with 0.32-3.2mAs.
The time at 90kV and 1.6mAs is 10msec.

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Appendix A
A
DIP SWITCHES AND JUMPERS

SETTING ON EACH BOARD

Chapter Contents

A.1 NEX-SH Board

A.2 X-CONT2008 Board

A.3 INVERTER UNIT 32K Board

A.4 MU DRIVER 07 Board

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Appendix A DIP SWITCHES AND JUMPERS SETTING ON EACH BOARD

A.1 NEX-SH Board

The DIP switch function of NEXSH is shown in Table 1.

Table. 1 NEXSH DIP SWITCHES

Number Function Status: Function Default

SW2-1 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF


SW2-2 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF
SW2-3 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF
SW2-4 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF

SW2-5 ON: Measured value display mode,


Measured value display mode OFF
OFF: Normal mode
SW2-6 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF
SW2-7 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF

SW2-8 ON: Initial setting mode,


Initial setting mode*1 OFF
OFF: Normal mode
SW3-1 EEPROM Initialization*1 ON: Initialization, OFF: Normal mode OFF
SW3-2 Keyless Entry Option ON: enable, OFF: disable OFF
SW3-3 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF
SW3-4 Remote controller option ON: enable, OFF: disable OFF

SW3-5 Dose Area Product Meter


ON: enable, OFF: disable OFF
Option
SW3-6 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF
SW3-7 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF
SW3-8 Adjustment mode ON: Adjustment mode, OFF: Normal mode OFF
SW4-1 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF
SW4-2 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF
SW4-3 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF
SW4-4 RESERVED Normally OFF OFF
*1 The EEPROM is initialized to turn SW3-1 ON. when SW2-8 is ON. (Refer to
B.2 )

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A.1 NEX-SH Board

Table. 2 NEX-SH Jumpers

Number Pin Number Silk Setting Remarks

1-2 - Shorted -
JP1
2-3 - Open -
1-2 - Shorted -
JP2
2-3 - Open -
1-2 - Open -
JP3
2-3 - Shorted -

X-CONT 2008

NEX-SH

SW 3 SW 2

Fig. 1 Layout of the DIP switches on NEXSC board.

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Appendix A DIP SWITCHES AND JUMPERS SETTING ON EACH BOARD

A.2 X-CONT2008 Board

Table. 3 X-CONT2008 Board Jumpers

Number Pin Number Silk Setting Remarks

1-2 ON Shorted -
JP1
2-3 KC2 Open -
1-2 C/C1 Shorted -
JP2
2-3 C2 Open -
1-2 S Shorted -
JP3
2-3 L Open -
1-2 - Shorted -
JP4
2-3 - Open -
1-2 - Shorted -
JP5
2-3 - Open -
1-2 - Shorted -
JP6
2-3 - Open -
1-2 - Shorted -
JP7
2-3 - Open -
1-2 MO Shorted -
JP8
2-3 RO Open -

A.3 INVERTER UNIT 32K Board

Table. 4 INVERTER UNIT 32K Board Dip Switches

Number Function Switch Status/Function Default

SW1-1 Unit Setting Normally OFF OFF

SW1-2 Not used Normally OFF OFF

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A.4 MU DRIVER 07 Board

A.4 MU DRIVER 07 Board

Table. 5 MU DRIVER 07 Board Jumpers

Number Pin Number Silk Setting Remarks

1-2 FAN 24V Shorted -


JP2
2-3 FAN 5V Open -
1-2 PS Shorted -
JP3
2-3 AS Open -
1-2 PS Shorted -
JP4
2-3 AS Open -
1-2 PS Shorted -
JP5
2-3 AS Open -

Table. 6 MU DRIVER Board DIP switches

Number Function Switch status / Function Default

SW1-1 OFF OFF

SW1-2 OFF OFF

SW1-3 OFF OFF

SW1-4 OFF OFF

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Table. 7 MU DRIVER 07 Board Rotary switches

Number Information Range* Remarks

0 Latest Error Error code Note 1

1 Left FSR 0~1023 Note 2

2 Right FSR 0~1023 Note 2

3 Left motor current 0~1023 Note 2

4 Right motor current 0~1023 Note 2

5 Left velocity -511~511 Note 3

6 Left output -127~127 Note 4

7 Right velocity -511~511 Note 3

8 Right output -127~127 Note 4

9 AD conversion value VOUT1 0~1023 Note 2

A AD conversion value VOUT2 0~1023 Note 2

B AD conversion value VOUT3 0~1023 Note 2

C AD conversion value VOUT4 0~1023 Note 2

D Not used - -

E Not used - -

F Version 0~999 Note 5

* Values are displayed on 7 segment LED of MU Driver board.

Note1: “E00” is displayed if no error was recorded. “E” and some of error codes following table is if some
errors were recorded.

Error code Content of the error


01 Left side FET is short-circuited.
02 Right side FET was short-circuited.
04 Not used
08 FET error.
10 FET thermal switch is ON.
20 Dry cell battery error.
40 Contactors(K11) contact is melt
80 Communication error

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A.4 MU DRIVER 07 Board

Note2: display in unsigned 10 bit Hexadecimal.


Display Value
000 1
001 2
・ ・
・ ・
・ ・
00A 10
・ ・
・ ・
・ ・
3FF 1023

Note3: display in signed 10 bit Hexadecimal.


Display Value
000 1
001 2
・ ・
・ ・
・ ・
1FF 511
200 Not in use
201 -511
・ ・
・ ・
・ ・
3FE -2
3FF -1

Note4: display in signed Hexadecimal.


Display Value
000 1
001 2
・ ・
・ ・
・ ・
07F 127
080 Not in use
081 -127
・ ・
・ ・
・ ・
0FE -2
0FF -1

Note5: Display in unsigned decimal.


Display Value
000 0
001 1
・ ・
・ ・
・ ・
999 999

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Appendix B
B
Adjustment Mode

Chapter Contents

B.1 How to Get Into Adjustment Mode

B.2 Initialization of NEX-SH Board

B.3 Adjustment Mode List

B.4 Adjustment of Tube Current

B.5 Adjustment of the Handle

B.6 Adjustment of the Battery Voltage Detection Circuit

B.7 Setting Date and Time

B.8 Display and Reset of Error Log

B.9 Displaying Running Speed

B.10 Battery Voltage Drop Check Mode

B.11 Battery code setting mode

B.12 Dose area product meter adjustment mode

B.13 Dose calculation adjustment mode

B.14 Battery usage setting mode

B.15 CPU board battery usage information setting mode

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

B.16 Emergency brake release battery usage information setting


mode

B.17 X-ray tube unit usage information setting mode

B.18 Motor usage information setting mode

B.19 Usage information collective setting mode

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B.1 How to Get Into Adjustment Mode

B.1 How to Get Into Adjustment Mode


Method 1

Turn on the DIP switch SW3-8 on NEX-SH board first, and then turn on power
for the unit. After just turning on power for the unit, confirm “TEC” is displayed on
the X-ray control panel.

Fig. B-1 Initial display on adjustment mode

When the program register key is pushed, it is displayed on the panel as shown
in Fig.2 as "record" when each setting of the explanation in this Chapter.

Fig. B-2 “record” Display when registering

How to finish the mode


Return to turn off the DIP switch SW3-8 on NEX-SH board, push SW1, or
turn off the unit once and restart the unit.

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

Method 2

This unit is provided with a function that can enter the initialization and adjusting
mode without setting DIP switches on NEX-SH board.

It is possible to adjust X-ray tube current, to make initialization, to check the


irradiation counter, etc. without opening the covers. With this method X-ray tube
current can be easily checked because the unit is automatically brought into the
measured value display mode.

1. Pressing the setting change switch for approx. 3 seconds, mode is


changed from normal mode to setting change mode.

2. Press first the head key and second collimator lamp key
within 3 seconds between changing displays from

to (Personal ID
Setting).

3. Display appears for approx. one second,

and then display appears on kV indicator. At this time,


the version of S/W is displayed on mAs indicator. When the collimator
lamp button is pushed, the type of software is displayed in the mAs
display. "32" is displayed for the device of 32kW type, and "12" is displays
for the device of 12.5kW type.

If the software matched to the output of the device is not installed, the device
might be damaged.
Please confirm it when you exchange NEX-SH board.

Software Version

Software type

The display is changed by

pushing colimator lump button

Fig. B-3 Confirmation of software version and software type

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B.1 How to Get Into Adjustment Mode

4. In this state the display is switched between (adjustment

mode) and (initialization) every time kV key is pressed.

5. Press Registration button with the display of the mode in which the
operation is to be executed. Then the unit is brought into the mode that
has been chosen.

6. Refer to “B.3 Adjustment mode list” for each mode of the adjustment
mode, and “B.2 Initialization ” for initialization.

How to finish the mode

1. Pressing the setting change switch for approx. 3 seconds returns the

display to the state of No. 3.

2. If another mode is to be executed, choose the mode in this state.

3. If the operation is to be returned to the normal mode without choosing

another mode, press the setting change switch .

Then display appears and the normal


mode is restored.

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

B.2 Initialization of NEX-SH Board

When the NEX-SH board is exchanged it must be executed to initialize the


NEX-SH board.

Procedure of Initialization

1. Set the DIP switch SW2-8 on NEX-SH board to ON.

2. Set the DIP switch SW3-1 on NEX-SH board to ON.

3. Turn the system power on.

4. “i nit” is displayed on X-ray control panel for about 40 seconds.

5. After “i nit” disappears, keep pushing the Registration button until


being displayed as "CAL end".

6. Reset DIP switches.

Make sure to return the DIP switch to its original state after initialization.

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B.3 Adjustment Mode List

B.3 Adjustment Mode List


Mode list in adjustment mode is shown as follows. To switch the page 1 and
page 2, page3, Normal key or Obese key is pushed. Press the Normal key for
page 1 and the Obese key for page 2, the Oblique key for page 3.

Adjustment mode Page 1(Blinking Normal key )

Key Name of mode Reference


The usual adjustment of tube current.
Tube current two-point adjustment mode
Refer to B.4
The detailed adjustment of tube
Tube current each-point adjustment mode current. (Not usual)
Refer to B.4
Not used
Use this mode to check the condition
of the battery when imaging is
Battery voltage drop check mode
operated and load is applied. Refer to
B.9.
Adjustment mode of the battery (+)detection circuit Refer to B.6

Adjustment mode of the battery (-) detection circuit Refer to B.6

Adjustment mode of the Handle Refer to B.5

Setting Date and Time Refer to B.7

Adjustment mode Page 2 (Blinking Obese key )

Key Name of mode Reference

Not used

Not used

Error Log mode Refer to B.8

Not used
This mode is used to confirm the
Battery charging test mode operation of charging circuit.
Refer to C.8
Displaying running speed Refer to B.9

Battery code setting mode Refer to B.11


Dose area product meter adjustment mode
(SW3-5ON) Refer to B.12, B13
Dose calculation adjustment mode (SW3-5OFF)

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

Adjustment mode Page 3 (Blinking Oblique key )

Key Name of mode Reference

Battery usage setting mode Refer to B.14


CPU board battery usage information
Refer to B.15
setting mode
Emergency brake release battery usage
Refer to B.16
Information setting mode
X-ray tube unit usage information setting mode Refer to B.17

Motor usage information setting mode Refer to B.18

Not used

Not used

Usage information collective setting mode Refer to B.19

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B.4 Adjustment of Tube Current

B.4 Adjustment of Tube Current

Tube current adjustment mode

The tube current of this unit is adjusted by changing the setting of the filament
current (called FVR value).

As shown below, there are 6 points of adjustable FVR values; 40, 60, 80, 100,
125 and 133 kV for each tube current. FVR values between tube voltage points
are calculated using linear interpolation.

z Small focus
50mA 63mA 80mA 100mA 125mA 160mA 200mA
133kV ○ ○ ○ ○ - - -
125kV ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ - -
100kV ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ -
80kV ○◎ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○◎
60kV ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
40kV ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○

z Large focus
50 63 80 100 125 160 200 250 320 400
mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA mA
133kV ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ - - -
125kV ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ - -
100kV ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ -
80kV ○◎ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○◎
60kV ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○
40kV ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ -
○:Adjustment point in tube current each-point adjustment mode
◎:Adjustment point in tube current two-point adjustment mode

There are two tube current adjustment modes. Normally, the tube current is
adjusted in (1) tube current two-point adjustment mode. When necessary, the
tube current at each adjustment point is checked and adjusted in (2) Tube
current each-point adjustment mode

(1) Tube current two-point adjustment mode


FVR value is adjusted at two points 80 kV, minimum tube current and
maximum tube current, and based on the results, the FVR values at all the other
points are corrected.

(2) Tube current each-point adjustment mode


FVR value is adjusted at each adjustment point.

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

If inappropriate data are contained in the FVR value table, it is not possible
to obtain appropriate results by executing the tube current two-point
adjustment. Execute the tube current two-point adjustment after initializing all
the FVR values.

Initializing FVR values

Procedures of initializing FVR values


1. Press focus key and select focus you want to initialize FVR value.

2. To initialize FVR values, hold down the thin body selection key for body
thickness correction until a character string “c A n c e L” appears on the
display (for about 3 seconds).

Although it is possible to initialize FVR values with the initialization of


NEXSH board, the other important data are also initialized at the same time.

Others

Others
(1) When the tube current two-point or each-point adjustment mode is
selected, the tube current feedback circuit is automatically disabled.
And radiography time is fixed at 20msec.

(2) For adjusting tube current, use a neutral point tube current meter or
secondary tube current meter or the measured value display mode of the
unit (turn ON the DIP switch SW2-5 on NEXSH board).

Tube current may have some diffrence between the current with a
connection of a tube voltmeter and without the connection unit, even if FVR
values are same when adjusting tube current, don’t connect a tube votmeter.

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B.4 Adjustment of Tube Current

Adjustment in tube current two-point adjustment mode

If inappropriate data are contained in the FVR value table, it is not possible
to obtain appropriate results by executing the tube current two-point
adjustment. Eecute the tube current two-point adjustment after initializing all
the FVR values.

Procedures of adjusting FVR value


1. Enter the adjustment mode. (Refer to B.1)
2. Press the APR head exposure key to enter the tube current two-point
mode.
(LEDs of the head exposure key, the regular position exposure key, and
the normal body exposure key blink.)

3. Press focus key and select small focus. (Focus key lighting)
4. To initialize FVR values, hold down the thin body selection key for body
thickness correction until a character string “c A n c e L” appears on the
display (for about 3 seconds).

5. Set the tube voltage and tube current


It is not necessary to set the tube voltage, because it is fixed to 80 kV.
The tube current can be set to only two points minimum tube current
and maximum tube current. Set it to minimum tube current
at first.

Adjustment point of
Focus type Tube current value
tube current
Small focus Minimum 50mA
(Focus key lighting) Maximum 200mA

Large focus Minimum 50mA


(Focus key light out) Maximum 400mA

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

mA Setting

Fig. B-4 Tube current two-point adjustment mode: tube current setting
(this figure shows an example of the display: the tube current is set to 50 mA)

6. Execute X-ray exposure


Execute an exposure by pressing the hand switch.

7. Adjusting FVR value


Pressing the remote control key reveals FVR value on the set tube
voltage display. (When FVR value is displayed, the lamp of the remote
control key blinks.) To change the FVR value, press the set tube voltage
change key. When decreasing the tube current, set the FVR value to a
smaller value, and when increasing the tube current, set it to a larger
value.

8. Repeat the steps 5 and 6 until the measured tube current value
becomes an appropriate value.

Focus type Adjustment point Recommended range


Small focus 80kV 50mA 45~50mA
(Focus key lighting) 80kV 200mA 185~200mA

Large focus 80kV 50mA 45~50mA


(Focus key light out) 80kV 400mA 370~400mA

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B.4 Adjustment of Tube Current

FVR setting mA setting

Fig. B-5 Tube current two-point adjustment mode: FVR value setting
(this figure shows an example of the display: the FVR is adjusted to FVR = 3.87)

9. Registering FVR values.


Register the FVR value when the tube current has become an
appropriate value. To register FVR value, press the Registration button.
Then, a character string “r e c o r d” is shown on the display.

Moving to another point or mode, or turning off power without pressing the
Registration button after changing FVR value would cancel the change of
the FVR value. Further, it is possible to register FVR value when exposure
condition is displayed (FVR value is not displayed).

10. Set the maximum tube current, and then repeat the steps 5 to 8.

It is possible to set the tube current to either minimum tube current (50mA)
or maximum tube current (200mA or 400mA) first.
You would have better to set the mini mum tube current at first.
If this adjustment mode is finished after the FVR value for only one of the
two points is registered, the same FVR value is registered for the other point.

11. Press focus key and select Large focus and then repeat the steps 4 to
9.

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

Tube current each point adjustment mode

Procedures of adjusting FVR value


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. Press the APR chest exposure key to enter the tube current each-point
adjustment mode. (LEDs of the chest exposure key, the regular position
exposure key, and the normal body exposure key blink.)

3. Select focus. (Turn on the LED of focus key in the case of small focus, turn
off the LED of focus key in the case of large focus)

4. Setting tube voltage and tube current

kV Setting mA Setting

Fig. B-6 Tube current each point adjustment mode – Exposure condition setting(In case of
160mA)

5. Exposing X-RAY
Make an exposure by pressing the hand switch.

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B.4 Adjustment of Tube Current

6. Adjusting FVR value


Pressing the remote control key reveals FVR value on the set tube voltage
display. (When FVR value is displayed, the lamp of the remote control key
blinks.) To change the FVR value, press the set tube voltage change key.
When decreasing the tube current, set the FVR value to a smaller value,
and when increasing the tube current, set it to a larger value.

7. Repeat the steps 5 and 6 until the measured tube current value becomes
an appropriate value.
(Allowable error : within –15% ~ +5%)

FVRvalue setting mA Setting

Fig. B-7 Tube current each point adjustment mode: FVR value adjusted
(this figure shows an example of the display: the FVR is setting to FVR = 3.87)

8. Registering FVR values


Register the FVR value when the tube current has become an appropriate
value. To register FVR value, press the Registration button. Then, a
character string “r e c o r d” is shown on the display.

Moving to another point or mode, or turning off power without pressing the
Registration button after changing FVR value would cancel the change of
the FVR value. Further, it is possible to register FVR value when exposure
condition is displayed (FVR value is not displayed).

9. Repeat the steps 5 to 8 for other points, as required.

10. Press focus key and select focus. Repeat the steps 4 to 9 for other focus.
(Turn on the LED of focus key in the case of small focus, turn off the LED
of focus key in the case of large focus)

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

B.5 Adjustment of the Handle


This is the mode in which handling of the unit during running is adjusted. When
the handle or MU Driver board was exchanged, adjust the handle in the following
steps:

Procedures of adjusting the handle


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. Enter the handle adjustment mode by pressing the Arm key of APR. (The
LED of the Arm key flashes.)

3. Setting a spring gauge

As the adjustment position number is indicated on the tube voltage


display, apply the force in the indicated direction with a spring gauge
referring to Table 1 and Fig.B-9. Tie a piece of string or the like round
the end of the handle, then hook the spring gauge to the string, and
apply the force. When driving handle pull forward, the adjustment value
increase. When driving handle pull backward, the adjustment value
decrease.

Position setting

Fig. B-8 Adjustment of the Handle

4. Registering the adjustment values (12 position)

Press the Registration button. Then, the adjustment position number


advances to the next. Repeat the steps 3 and 4 about all the adjustment
positions shown in Table. 1.

If power is turned off without pressing the program registration ray, the
handle adjustment values would not be registered.

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B.5 Adjustment of the Handle

Table. 1 Relation between handle adjustment position number and pull power

Adjustment position number Direction (pull power) by spring gauge


1 Forward left direction (1 kg)
2 Forward left direction (1.5 kg)
3 Forward left direction (3 kg)
4 Backward left direction (1 kg)
5 Backward left direction (1.5 kg)
6 Backward left direction (3 kg)
7 Forward right direction (1 kg)
8 Forward right direction (1.5kg)
9 Forward right direction (3 kg)
10 Backward right direction (1 kg)
11 Backward right direction (1.5 kg)
12 Backward right direction (3 kg)

Forward left Forward


direction right
direction

Backward Backward
left right
direction direction

Fig. B-9 Positions and directions for setting the spring gauge

5. Pressing the remote controller key, the adjustment value is displayed on


the X-ray control panel. Choose the adjustment position number by
pressing the ±kV key, and confirm registered adjustment values.

If adjustment values are same between 2 adjustment positions in same


direction or magnitude correlation of adjustment value and force is not
normal, normal driving operability cannot be obtained.

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

B.6 Adjustment of the Battery Voltage Detection Circuit


This adjustment is made to equalize the variability among different battery
voltage detection circuits. When exchanging MUXPOWER board, MUXCHARGE
board, or XCONT board, be sure to make this adjustment in the following steps.

Procedures of battery detection circuit


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. The present mode is turns to positive voltage mode by pressing the “Leg”
key, and is turns to negative voltage mode by pressing the “Foot” key. The
detected battery voltage is displayed by six digits.

3. Press “mAs +”, “mAs -“ key while measuring the actual voltage of batteries,
and Press the “Program key” if the difference between the measurement
value and the indicated value becomes within ±0.2V.
The actual voltage of batteries on + side can be measured between
"TER3"-"TER5" of the MUXPOWER board.
The actual voltage of batteries on - side can be measured between
"TER5"-"TER4" of the MUXPOWER board.

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B.6 Adjustment of the Battery Voltage Detection Circuit

Display value adjustment

Fig. B-10 Adjustment of the battery voltage detection circuit –Positive voltage (in case of 119.7V)

Display value adjustment


Fig. B-11 Adjustment of the battery voltage detection circuit –Negative voltage (in case of
119.1V)

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

B.7 Setting Date and Time


Year, month, day and time can be set.

Procedures of displaying and resetting date and time:


1. Enter the adjustment mode. (Refer to B.1)

2. Enter the date and time setting mode by pressing the hand exposure key of
APR. (The LED of the hand exposure key blinks.)

Year Month Date

Fig. B-12 Setting Date (In case of February 21, 2005)

3. Checking change of date

Reveal the year/month/day display by pressing the remote control key.


(Turn off the LED of the key.)

Change year with the set tube voltage change keys (+) and (-). (Set the
lower two digits of the year.)

Change month with the (-) key for changing set value of the product of
tube current and its flow time.

Change day with the (+) key for changing set value of the product of
tube current and its flow time.

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B.7 Setting Date and Time

4. Changing time

Reveal the time display by pressing the remote control key. (The LED of
the key flashes.)

Change hour with the set tube voltage change keys (+) and (-) (24-hour
display)

Change minute with the (+) and (-) key for changing set value of the
product of tube current and its flow time.

Hour Minute

Fig. B-13 Setting Time (In case of PM 1:08)

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B.8 Display and Reset of Error Log

Error code of 32 batches in the past is displayed. If a total of 32 errors have


occurred and further a new error occurs, the oldest error data is deleted and the
new error data is overwritten.

Procedures of displaying the error log:


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. Press the Obese key and the APR Abdomen Exposure” key to start the
Error Log mode. (LED of the Abdomen Exposure key and Obese key blink.)

Error Log Number


selection

Fig. B-14 Display of Error Log (In case of eighth error code was F68)

3. Check error codes

Error code is displayed on mAs indicator and log number is displayed on


kV indicator. The number “000” means the latest error and the number
“031” means the oldest error. Log number is increased by pressing the
kV+ key and decreased by pressing the kV- key.

4. Check error codes date and time

Reveal the date and time display by pressing the remote control key.

Procedure of reset for the error log


1. Resetting the error log.

Press the Registration button for about 3 seconds. Then, the error log is
reset .

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B.9 Displaying Running Speed

B.9 Displaying Running Speed


A running speed derived from the number of revolutions detected by the encoder
is displayed. Use this for checking failure of the encoder or others.

Steps of displaying running speed


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. Enter the running speed display mode by pressing the obese body key and
ARR foot exposure key. (LEDs of the foot exposure key and the obese
body key blink.)

3. Check the displayed running speed.

A running speed is displayed on the set tube voltage display and the tube
current time product display. “-” is displayed during going back.

Fig. B-15 An example of running speed display (where the speed of both of the wheels is 0 km/hour)

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4. Switching between wheel speeds

It is possible to switch the running speed display from one to another of


both wheel running speed(km/h), left wheel running speed(km/h), and right
running speed by pressing the remote control key.

Fig. B-16 An example of running speed display (left wheel speed)

Fig. B-17 An example of running speed display (right wheel speed)

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B.10 Battery Voltage Drop Check Mode

B.10 Battery Voltage Drop Check Mode


This mode is to check the drop of battery voltage and the inverter operation
(VIN) when load is applied for exposure. Use this mode to check the battery
condition.

Procedures to display the battery voltage drop check mode


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. press the Normal key and Waist Exposure key on APR to start the battery
voltage drop check mode. (LED of the Waist Exposure key and Normal key
blinks.)

Switch Display

Fig. B-18 Example of the display of the battery voltage drop check mode
(exposure condition is displayed)

3. Exposure

The exposure condition indicator displays inspection exposure condition


(80 kV, 160 mA, 100 msec).
Values are measured when 80 msec pasts after the exposure starts.
Perform exposure by pressing the hand switch. After the exposure,
measured tube voltage and tube current are displayed on the exposure
condition indicator.
(Measured tube voltage and tube current other than this mode are values
measured 20 msec after the exposure starts. Therefore, the values may not
match with the tube voltage and tube current measured in this mode.)

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4. Switching indicated values

By pressing the remote control key, exposure condition, battery voltage on


the plus side, battery voltage on the minus side, inverter operation
frequency voltage during exposure VIN, measured tube voltage, and
measured tube current are displayed in sequence.
(Battery voltage on the plus side and battery voltage on the minus side are
measured 80 msec after the exposure starts in this mode. They do not
match with the battery voltage measured by procedures described in B.5
Adjustment of the battery voltage detection circuit.)

At present, conditions of the unit and battery cannot be judged using the
values provided in this mode. (Use the values as reference.)

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B.11 Battery code setting mode

B.11 Battery code setting mode

It allows setting of the battery code corresponding to each battery type.

Enter Battery code setting mode


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. Press the Obese key, then press the Arm key to enter the Battery code
setting mode. (Arm LED is blinking)

Confirm Battery code


1. At the third digit of kV display, the setting item number 0 (indicating the
battery code display mode) shows.

2. At the first digit of mAs display, the battery code is displayed. The Battery
code5, GS YUASA PX12090 Taiwan is registered as default data.

Battery code Battery name


0 Reserved
1 Reserved
2 Reserved
3 Reserved
4 Reserved
5 GS Yuasa PX12090 Taiwan
E New battery other than 0 - 5

To change Battery code


1. Press mAs± key and select Battery code corresponding to the battery
type, then press the Registration button to register.

Fig. B-19 Battery code setting (when Battery code5 is selected)

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Battery data setting of Battery code E


To use the unregistered new battery not included in the Battery code table, the
battery data is required to set to Battery code E.
The battery data item to be set is as following table. Set the battery data of
Battery code E by the following procedure.
Setting item
Setting item
number
1 Reference voltage adjustment of battery remaining amount step
2 Charge current adjustment of battery charge step
3 Reference voltage adjustment of battery charge step
4 VSVN correction factor bc adjustment
5 VSVN correction factor(a+b) adjustment
6 Additional Radiography enabled voltage setting

The unregistered new battery and the battery data to be set are
informed by the technical information.
DO NOT use the Battery code E other than that.
Otherwise, the system might not function correctly, such as Acquisition,
Running,Charging.
Also it might cause the burnont or fire of electric components.

1. On the Battery code setting, press mAs± key to select the Battery code E,
then press the remote control key, it enters the battery data setting mode.

Fig. B 20 Battery data setting (When Battery code E is selected)

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B.11 Battery code setting mode

Setting item number 1:Reference voltage adjustment of battery remaining


amount step mode

1. In the setting mode of battery program data, X-ray control panel display
changes to the Reference voltage adjustment of battery remaining amount
step mode.

2. At the third digit of kV display, the setting item number 1(Reference voltage
adjustment of battery remaining amount step) is displayed.

3. The battery remaining amount step No. is displayed at the second digit of
kV display, and the threshold voltage of remaining step at the first digit of
kV display and at the mAs display.

Change mode

Fig. B-21 Reference voltage adjustment mode of battery remaining amount step (When
Remaining step 1 threshold voltage260.0V)

4. Press kV± key and select the battery remaining amount step No. (1 to 7),
then press mAs± key to set the remaining step threshold
voltage(minimum 100.0, maximum 260.0). Set the threshold voltage to
each battery remaining amount step No., and press the Registration button
to register it.
Then, when the battery remaining amount step No. gets larger, the
remaining step threshold voltage must be set larger.

5. Press the remote control key, then enters the Charge current adjustment
mode of battery charge step.

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Setting item number 2:Charge current adjustment mode of battery charge


step

1. When the system enters the Charge current adjustment mode of battery
charge step, X-ray control panel display changes indicating Charge current
adjustment of battery charge step.

2. At the third digit of kV display, the setting item number 2(Charge current
adjustment of battery charge step) is displayed.

3. At the second digit of kV display, the battery charge step number indicates,
then the charging current is displayed at the mAs display.

Change mode

Fig. B-22 Charge current adjustment mode of battery charge step (when charging step1, the
charging current 0.50)

4. Press kV± key, select the battery charge step No. (1 to 6), press mAs±
key to set the charging current (minimum 0.10, maximum 3.00) for each
charging step.
Set the charging current for each battery charge step No., and press the
Registration button to register it.
When the battery charge step No. gets larger, the charging current value in
the charging step must be set smaller.

5. Press the remote control key, then enters the Reference voltage
adjustment mode of battery charge step.

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B.11 Battery code setting mode

Setting item number 3:Reference voltage adjustment mode of battery


charge step

1. When it enters the Reference voltage adjustment mode of battery charge


step, X-ray control panel display changes to indicate the Reference voltage
adjustment of battery charge step display.

2. At the third digit of kV display, the setting item number 3(Reference voltage
adjustment of battery charge step) is displayed.

3. At the second digit of kV display, the battery charge step No. is displayed,
the threshold voltage of charging step is displayed at the first digit of kV
display and the mAs display.

Change mode

Fig. B-23 Reference voltage adjustment mode of battery charge step (When charging step1
threshold voltage 120.0V)

4. Press kV± key, select the battery charge step No. (1 to 6), and press mAs
± key to set threshold voltage (minimum 50.0, maximum 200.0) of
charging step.
Set the threshold voltage for each battery charge step No. and press the
Registration button to register it.
When the battery charge step No. gets larger, the threshold voltage of
charging step must be set larger.

5. Press the remote control key, then enters VSVN correction factor bc
adjustment mode.

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Setting item number 4:VSVN correction factor bc adjustment mode

1. When it enters the VSVN correction factor bc adjustment mode, X-ray


control panel display changes to indicate the VSVN correction factor bc
adjustment display.

2. At the third digit of kV display, the setting item number 4(VSVN correction
factor bc adjustment) is displayed.

3. Then, VSVN correction factor bc is displayed at the mAs display.

Change mode

Fig. B-24 VSVN correction factor bc adjustment mode (When bc=250)

4. Press mAs± key, set the bc coefficient (minimum 50, maximum 300).

5. When the bc coefficient is set completely, press the Registration button to


register.

6. Press the remote control key, then it enters the VSVN correction
factor(a+b) adjustment mode.

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Setting item number 5:VSVN correction factor(a+b) adjustment mode

1. When it enters the VSVN correction factor(a+b) adjustment mode, X-ray


control panel display changes to indicate the VSVN correction factor(a+b)
adjustment display.

2. At the third digit of kV display, the setting item number 5(VSVN correction
factor(a+b) adjustment) is displayed.

3. Then, the VSVN correction factor(a+b) is displayed at mAs display.

Change mode

Fig. B-25 VSVN correction factor(a+b) adjustment mode (When a+b=250)

4. Press mAs± key, set the (a+b) coefficient (minimum 50、maximum 300).

5. When the (a+b)coefficient is set completely, press the Registration button


to register.

6. Press the remote control key, then it enters the Additional Radiography
enabled voltage setting mode.

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Setting item number 6:Additional Radiography enabled voltagethe setting


mode

1. When it enters the Additional Radiography enabled voltage setting mode,


X-ray control panel display changes to indicate Additional Radiography
voltage setting display.

2. At the third digit of kV display, the setting item number 6(Additional


Radiography enabled voltage setting) is displayed.

3. Then, the threshold voltage of the Additional Radiography enabled is


displayed at the first digit of kV display and the mAs display.

Change mode

Fig. B-26 Additional Radiography enabled voltage setting mode(When threshold voltage240.0V)

4. Press mAs± key, set the threshold voltage (minimum 100.0, maximum
260.0). The upper limit value of threshold voltage is the threshold voltage of
battery remaining amount step No.1.

5. When the threshold voltage is set completely, press the Registration button
to register.

6. Press the remote control key, it returns the Battery code setting mode.

Register all battery data


1. When the mode returns the Battery code setting mode, press the
Registration button to register the setting data.

If turn off the power without pressing the Registration button, the set battery
data cannot be registered.

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B.12 Dose area product meter adjustment mode

B.12 Dose area product meter adjustment mode

To enter Dose area product meter adjustment mode


1. On NEX-SH board, set ON SW3-5(Dose area product meter) and
SW3-8(Adjustment mode) to turn on the power.

If not set ON SW3-5(Dose area product meter), the system cannot enter
Dose area product meter adjustment mode.

2. Press the Obese key, then press the Hand key to enter Dose area product
meter adjustment mode. (Hand Radiography LED is blinking)

3. When it enters Dose area product meter adjustment mode, the kVmAs
display on X-ray control panel indicates the radiography conditions. In this
stage, nothing is displayed at the mGycm2as a radiography is not executed.

Fig. B-27 Dose area product meter adjustment mode(Radiography condition display)

Preparation of correction of Dose area product meter


1. Set the Dose area product meter for correction as following figure. Adjust
SOD to 100cm, the exposure field HxW 35cm (Approx.14 inch) square. Set
to float the Dose area product meter for correction in aire by using the
styrol box at center of exposure field so that backward scattered ray does
not affect.

X-ray tube Focus

SOD 100cm
Exposure Filed HxW 35cm square

Dose area product meter for

Fig. B-28 Setting Dose area product meter for correction

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Correction of Dose area product meter


1. Set the radiography condition to 100kV,16mAs.

2. Pressing the remote control key can switch the X-ray control panel display
indicating [adjustment value] on kVmAs display on panel. (Remote control
key LED is blinking) In this stage, nothing is displayed at the mGycm2
display as the radiography is not executed.

3. Execute the radiography and make the dose measurement.

4. When the radiography is completed, the exposure dose (Unit:mGy)


calculated by the Dose area product meter and is displayed on the
mGycm2 display.

Fig. B-29 Dose area product meter adjustment mode (Adjustment value, Exposure dose display)

5. Press mAs± key, and change the [Adjustment value], the exposure dose
amount (Unit:mGy) shown on the mGycm2 display is changed. Adjust
[Adjustment value] so that this exposure dose can be same as the dose
measured by Dose area product meter for correction.

6. Press the Registration button to register [Adjustment value].

7. Press the remote control key, X-ray control panel display changes to
indicate the radiography conditions on the kVmAs display on the panel.
(Remote control key LED is turned OFF)

8. The corrected area dose is displayed at the mGycm2 display.

Fig. B-30 Dose area product meter adjustment mode (Radiography condition, Area dose display)

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B.12 Dose area product meter adjustment mode

How to output the DAP data at DICOM header (0018, 115e)

(This function is availerble only when the FPD upgrade is installed.)

This section describe setup proccedure to output the DAP data for
CR class at the DICOM header.

This setup is necessay to output The DAP data at the DICOM header
(0018,115e).

Use tool

1) Key-board with USB plug

How to Set-up DAP data output at DICOM header (0018,115e)


1. Turn the PC power on and CXDI is start.
2. Key-board with USB plug is connected to the USB jack on the upper
cover.

3. 【Alt】 + 【Tab】 key to installed tool keyboard is pressed with


CXDI-50G/50C/55C/55G/60C/60G starts.

4. "Command prompt" window is displayed. Check the menu of "Welcome


to CCR" is displayed. The 【Esc】 key is pressed when not displayed.

5. Push “Enter” key repeatedly until “Welcome to CCR” is displayed.

Push “Enter” key


repeatedly until
“Welcome to CCR”
is displayed.

Fig. B-31

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6. Enter “1” and push “Enter” key.


“Setting Mode (0:Normal, 1:Expart)” is displayed

Enter “1” and


push “Enter”

Fig. B-32

7. ”Setting Mode (0:Normal, 1:Expart)” is displayed. Push “Enter” key.


“CCR SETUP MENU (Esc to go back)” is displayed.

Push “Enter” key.

Fig. B-33

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8. Enter “5” and push “Enter” key.

Enter “5” and push “Enter”


key.

Fig. B-34

9. Push “Enter” key repeatedly until “Image Area Dose Product (0018,115e)
in DICOM? (0:No 1:Yes)” is displayed.

Fig. B-35

Push “Enter” key repeatedly until


“Image Area Dose Product
(0018,115e) in DICOM? (0:No
1:Yes)” is displayed.

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10. “Image Area Dose Product (0018,115e) in DICOM? (0:No 1:Yes)” is


displayed. Enter “1” and push “Enter” key.

Enter “1” and push “Enter”


key.

Fig. B-36

11. Push “Enter” repeatedly until “CCR SETUP MENU (Esc to go back)” is
displayed.

[Enter] until “CCR SETUP


MENU (Esc to go back)” is
Fig. B-37 displayed.

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12. Push “Esc” key.


”Welcome to CCR” is displayed.

Push “Esc” key.

Fig. B-38

13. Enter “8” and push “Enter” key.


CCR finish Menu “Enter item: Press any key to continue…” is
displayed.

Enter “8” and push “Enter”


key.

Fig. B-39

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14. Push “Enter” key. CXDI is finish. “Shortcut to ccrstart” window is


closed.
The setup is finished.

Push “Enter” key.

Fig. B-40

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B.13 Dose calculation adjustment mode

B.13 Dose calculation adjustment mode

Enter Dose calculation unit adjustment mode


1. Set ON to SW3-8 (Adjustment mode), and OFF to SW3-5(Dose area
product meter) on NEX-SH board in order to turn ON the power.

The system cannot enter the Dose calculation adjustment mode without
setting OFF SW3-5(Dose area product meter).

2. Press the Obese key, then press the Hand key to enter Dose calculation
adjustment mode. (Hand Radiography LED is blinking)

3. When it enters Dose calculation adjustment mode, first, the radiography


condition is displayed on the panel. The default radiography condition is
40kV, 100mA, 20msec. Press the collimator lamp to display the
radiography time.

4. When Dose calculation unit is ON, the calculated dose is displayed at the
mGy display. When Dose calculation unit is OFF, the calculated dose is not
displayed at the mGy display.

5. Press the remote control key, to progress to Dose calculation unit ON/OFF
setting.

After changing the set value, be sure to press the Registration button to
register the changed value.

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Dose calculation unit ON/OFF setting


1. Display Dose calculation unit ON/OFF on the kV display.
Press the kV± key to switch to Dose calculation unit ON/OFF.

2. To use Dose calculation unit, set ON the kV display and press the
Registration button.
When not use Dose calculation unit, set the kV display OFF and press the
Registration button.

Measured distance unit setting


1. Press the mAs± key to switch to measured distance unit.

2. When the measured distance unit is “cm”, set “IEC” the mAs display and
press the Registration button.
When the measured distance unit is “inch”, set “in” the mAs display and
press the Registration button.

Setting of Unit of measured distance


1. Press mAs± key to change the displayed message between “IEC” and
“in”.

2. Press the registration key to set the unit to “cm”, when “IEC” is displayed.
Press the registration key to set the unit to “inch”, when “in” is displayed.

3. Press the remote control key.


When Dose calculation unit is ON, it goes to Distance meter Adjustment 1.
When Dose calculation unit is OFF, it returns to the radiography condition
display.

When Dose calculation unit is OFF, it cannot go to the Dose Calculation


setting.

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Dose Calculation Option


ON/OFF display

Change setting display

Registration button Dose Calculation Option ON/OFF Dose display


change key

Fig. B-41

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Adjustment of Distance meter

Distance meter adjustment 1

1. Display the Distance Offset1 [Distance meter itself has Offset value] of the
dose calculation at the kV display.
Display the measured distance at the mAs display.
Display the Distance Offset2 [Distance from the top of Distance meter to
the focus] at the mGy display.

2. Confirm that Distance Offset1 is 6.

3. Confirm that Distance Offset2 is 25.

4. There is no need to change the values, Distance Offset1 and Distance


Offset2. When it is necessary to change these, use kV± key, mAs± key
to change the value and press the Registration button to register it.

5. Press the remote control key, to go to Distance meter adjustment 2.

Distance Offset1 display Distance display

Setting display change

Registration Distance Offset1 Distance Offset2 Distance Offset2


button change key change key display

Fig. B-42

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Distance meter adjustment 2

1. Display the All Comp [Entire adjustment confident] of dose calculation at


the kV display.
Display the measured distance SOD at the mAs display.
Display the Distance Gain [Corrected value by SOD measured by Distance
meter and the actual SOD] at the mGy display. SOD is the distance from
the focus to the surface of subject.

2. Confirm All Comp is 100. There is no need to change All Comp value.

3. Confirm the Distance Gain is 1110.

4. Measure the actual SOD by the tape measure.

5. Set the Distance Gain value so that SOD shown on mAs display measured
by Distance meter is same as the actual SOD measured by the tape
measure.
Press mAs± key, change the Distance Gain value, press the Registration
button and register All Comp and Distance Gain values.

Adjust the Distance Gain value until the SOD measured by Distance meter
shown at the mAs display becomes same as the actual SOD measured by
the tape measure (tolerance±2cm).

6. Change the actual SOD measured by the tape measure to confirm that
SOD measured by the Distance meter shown at the mAs display is same.
Press the remote control key, progress to the Dose calculation unit
correction.

All Comp display Distance display

Setting display change

Registration All Comp Distance Gain Distance Gain display


button change key change key

Fig. B-43

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Correction of Dose calculation unit

Preparation of Dose calculation unit correction

1. The following tools are required for measuring the radiographed dose and
correcting the dose calculation display unit.
・Acrylic phantom
・Dose area product meter for correction (Dosimeter allowing the
measurement the backward scattered rays)

Use the dosemeter, which can measure the backward scattered rays.
Generally, the ionization chamber type dosemeter is appropriate. However
the semiconductor detector type dosemeter is not applicable.
If use the dosemeter which can not measure the backward scattered rays,
the measurement result becomes the exposure dose amount, but not the
entrance surface dose (ESD).

Set the dosemeter as following figure.

Exposure field HxW 20cm square


SOD 100cm
Dosemeter
Acrylic phantom
HxW 20cm square or larger
Thickness 19cm

Fig. B-44

Correction condition
SOD : 100cm
Acrylic phantom : HxW20cm square or larger, Thickness 19cm
Collimator Exposure field : HxW20cm square

Above the correction condition is a sample. When the facility with Dose
calculation unit uses the specified layout, radiography condition, dose
measurement method (layout and radiography condition often used in
clinical practice, specified dose measurement method and correction
condition), execute the dose measurement following the instruction of
installation site.

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Correction of Dose calculation unit

1. Display the kV value [reference kV of dose calculation] of dose calculation


at the kV display.
Display the measured distance SOD at the mAs display.
Display the ckV [Adjustment value] for each kV at the mGy display.

2. Press kV± key to change kV values.


When change the kV, ckV value is changed for each kv shown on the mGy
display.
Tube voltage display Distance display

Setting display change

Registration Tube voltage ckV change key ckV display


button change key

Fig. B-45

3. Press the remote control key, it returns to the first radiography condition
display status, and execute the radiography for each kV, then fill in the
measured value of dosemeter in the following table. The radiography
condition must be set as tube current 100mA, radiography time 20msec.
Calculate ckV value for each kV from the average D of the measured dose
value, using the following and fill in the following table.

ckV=10000/(I[mA]×t[sec])×D

Execute the measurement of dose two times or more.

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ckV
Measured Measured Measured Average Calculated
Calculated
Value1(mGy) Value 2(mGy) Value 3(mGy) 1(mGy) value 1(mGy)
value
40kV
50kV
60kV
70kV
80kV
90kV
100kV
110kV
120kV
130kV
133kV
(*1) : When use the semiconductor detector dosemeter.
If needed, calculate the value of ionization chamber type dosemeter.
Reference 115mR = 1mGy

The following is the measurement example when 9010-10x5-60(Radcal) is


used as the ionization chamber type dosemeter, and Solidose300(RTI) is
used as the semicoductor detector dosemeter at the factory.
It is an example of approximate dose (ESD) used the ionization chamber
type dosemeter : 9010-10x5-60(Radcal), by dividing the following conversion
factor the dose measured by the semiconductor dosemeter:
Solidose300(RTI).
The following conversion factor is the average values which are measured at
the factory under the correction condition using the 9010-10x5-60(Radcal) as
ionization chamber type dosemeter, and Solidose300(RTI) as semiconductor
dosemeter. If the measurement is executed with conditions other than
correction conditions, and the semiconductor dosemeter other than
Solidose300 is used, the conversion factor of 9010-10x5-60(Radcal) as
ionization chamber type dosemeter might be different from the following
table.

kV 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120


Conversion
0.763 0.754 0.734 0.721 0.713 0.708 0.704 0.699 0.97
factor

E.G : When use Semiconductor dosemeter (Solidose300(RTI) to measure


the dose of 266.1μGy at 50kV, (measured dose at 50kV) / (Conversion
factor at 50kV) = 266.1 / 0.754 ≒352.9
When the ionization chamber type dosemeter (9010-10x5-60(Radcal) is
used to measure, the dose results in the approx. 352.9μGy.

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4. Press mAs± key to change ckV value for each kV.


Press the Registration button for each kV filled in the table shown above,
and register ckV for each kV.

Be sure to register ckV for all kV.

5. Press the remote control key to return to the first radiography condition
display.

6. When returns to display the radiography conditions, press the Registration


button to memory the registered setting.

Reference
Dosemeter software calculates the followings.
A :ALL Comp input value
C(kV) :Dose parameter for each kV [mGy/mAs]
D MEAS :Value measured by Ultrasonic sound Distance meter [m]
D offset :Distance Offset input value [m]
A C(kV) 1
ESD ( mGy ) = × × mAs ×
100 10000 ( D MEAS + D offset ) 2

Adjustment of US MEASURE-2002 board


This secction describes the adjustment method of US MEASURE-2002 board
of Dose calculation option, especially the factory adjustment procedure is
described.
Use this section, if need to readjust for replacement of board and components.
No need this adjustment when fresh installation.
Please read and understand the instruction completely to execute the
adjustment.

1. Adjustment of Measurement pulse frequency


Adjust VR1-34.65KHz so that the CP6 frequency becomes 34.65KHz±
0.5KHz (cycle:28.9μs±0.4μs).

2. Adjustment of Ultrasonic frequency


Adjust VR2-40KHz so that CP7 frequency becomes 40KHz±0.5KHz
(cycle : 25μs±0.3μs).

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

Circuit configuration (reference)


The following shows the block diagram of dose calculation option.

7seg LED
CN1
Encoder
DOSEA
DOSED

+5V

GND
7SEG BOARD

JDOSE

XCONT-2008
JUSD

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B.14 Battery usage setting mode

B.14 Battery usage setting mode

Battery usage setting mode is used to confirm the starting date of use of battery
and the charging count, and to set the battery usage information when the
battery or NEX-SH board is replaced. When the battery or NEX-SH board is
replaced, adjust the setting by the following procedure.

Enter Battery usage setting mode


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. Press the Oblique key and then press the Head key, it enters the Battery
usage setting mode.

Confirm Battery Usage information


1. In Battery usage setting mode, the starting date of use of battery is
displayed at Tube voltage display and Tube current time product display.

2. Press the collimator lamp key to switch from the starting date of use of
battery to the charge count display.

Reset Batttery Usage Information


When replace the battery, it is required to reset the data ; the stating date of use
of battery.

1. While the battery usage information is displayed, when press and hold the
Registration button 3 seconds, the starting date of use of battery is reset to
current date, and the charge count is reset to 0.

Manually set Battery usage information


When replace NEX-SH board, there is need to manually set the current usage
data to new board.

1. In Battery usage setting mode, use the collimator lamp key to switch the
display (Starting date of use, Charge count).

2. While these battery usage data is displayed, press the kV± key to select
the digit to be set, the selected digit will be blinking. Use the mAs± key to
adjust the digit to appropriate value.

3. When the digit is adjusted completely, press and hold the Registration
button 3 seconds, to set the adjusted value.

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

Fig. B-46 EXAMPLE: Battery Starting date of use (Feb.21.2005)

Display change

Fig. B-47 EXAMPLE: Battery Charge count display (176 counts)

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B.15 CPU board battery usage information setting mode

B.15 CPU board battery usage information setting


mode

CPU board battery usage information setting mode is used to confirm the
starting date of use of CPU board battery, to set the usage information of CPU
board battery when CPU board battery or NEX-SH board is replaced.

Adjust the setting by the following procedure when CPU board battery or
NEX-SH board is replaced.

Enter CPU board battery usage information setting


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. Press the Oblique key and then Chest key to enter the CPU board battery
usage information setting mode.

Confirm CPU board battery usage information


1. In CPU board battery usage information setting mode, the starting date of
use of CPU board battery is displayed at Tube voltage display and Tube
current time product display.

Reset CPU board battery usage information


When replace CPU board battery, it is required to reset the data; the starting
date of use.

1. When CPU board battery usage information is displayed, press and hold
the Registration button 3 seconds, the starting date of use of CPU board
battery is set to the current date.

Manually set CPU board battery usage information


When replace NEX-SH board, it is required to reset the current usage data to
new board.

1. While the starting date of use of CPU board battery is displayed, press the
kV± key to select the digit to be set, the selected digit will be blinking. Use
the mAs± key to adjust the selected digit to the appropriate value.

2. Press and hold the Registration button 3 seconds to set the adjusted value.

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

Fig. B-48 EXAMPLE: CPU board battery’s starting date of use (Feb.21.2005)

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B.16 Emergency brake release battery usage information setting mode

B.16 Emergency brake release battery usage


information setting mode

Emergency brake release battery usage information setting mode is used to


confirm the starting date of use of the emergency brake release battery, and to
set its starting date of use when Emergency brake release battery or NEX-SH
board is replaced.

When Emergency brake release battery or NEX-SH board is replaced, adjust the
setting by the following procedure.

Enter Emergency brake release battery usage information setting


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. Press the Oblique key, then press the Abdomen key, it enters Emergency
brake release battery usage information setting mode.

Confirm Emergency brake release battery usage information


1. In Emergency brake release battery usage information setting mode, the
Emergency brake release battery’s starting date of use is displayed at Tube
voltage display and Tube current time product display.

Reset Emergency brake release battery usage information


When replace the Emergency brake release battery, it is required to reset the
data; the starting date of use.

1. While the Emergency brake release battery usage information is displayed,


press and hold the Registration button 3 seconds, to set the Emergency
brake release battery’s starting date of use to the current date.

Manually set Emergency brake release battery usage information


When replace NEX-SH board, it is required to reset the current usage data to
new board.

1. In Emergency brake release battery replacing setting mode, press the kV±
key to select the digit to be set, the selected digit will be blinking. Use the
mAs± key to adjust the selected digit to appropriate value.

2. Press and hold the Registration button 3 seconds to set the adjusted value.

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

Fig. B-49 EXAMPLE: Emergency brake release battery’s starting date of use (Feb.21.2005)

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B.17 X-ray tube unit usage information setting mode

B.17 X-ray tube unit usage information setting


mode

X-ray tube unit usage information setting mode is used to confirm the X-ray tube
unit’s starting date of use and the count of radiography, and to set the X-ray tube
unit usage information when X-ray tube unit or NEX-SH board is replaced.

When X-ray tube unit or NEX-SH board is replaced, adjust the setting by the
following procedure.

Enter X-ray tube unit usage information setting mode


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. Press the Oblique key, then press the Lumbar key to enter X-ray tube unit
usage information setting mode.

Confirm X-ray tube unit usage information


1. In X-ray tube unit usage information setting mode, the X-ray tube unit’s
starting date of use is displayed at Tube voltage display and Tube current
time product display.

2. Press the collimator lamp key to switch the X-ray tube unit’s starting date
of use to the count of radiography.

Reset X-ray tube unit usage information


When the X-ray tube unit is replaced, it is required to reset the data; starting date
of use.

1. While X-ray tube unit usage information is displayed, press the


Registration button 3 seconds to set the X-ray tube unit’s starting date of
use to the current date, and the count of radiography is set to 0.

Manually set X-ray tube unit usage information


When NEX-SH board is replaced, it is required to set the current data to new
board.

1. In X-ray tube unit usage information setting mode, press the collimator
lamp key to switch the display (starting date of use, count of radiography).

2. Press kV± key to select the digit to be set, that digit will be blinking. Use
the mAs± key to adjust the selected digit to appropriate value.

3. Press and hold the Registration button 3 seconds to set the adjusted
value.

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

Fig. B-50 EXAMPLE: X-ray tube unit’s starting date of use (Feb.21.2005)

Fig. B-51 EXAMPLE: Count of radiography of X-ray tube unit(437 counts) Change display

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B.18 Motor usage information setting mode

B.18 Motor usage information setting mode

This is used to set the starting date of use of motor and the accumulated running
distance when the motor is replaced. When replace the motor, adjust the setting
by the following procedure.

Enter Motor usage information setting mode


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. Press the Oblique key, then press the Leg key, it enters Motor usage
information setting mode.

Confirm Motor usage information


1. In Motor usage information setting mode, the starting date of use of motor
is displayed at Tube voltage display and Tube current time product display.

2. Press the collimator lamp key to switch the display of the accumulated
running distance changing from the starting date of use of motor.

Reset Motor usage information


When replace the motor, it is required to reset the data f starting date of use.

1. While the Motor usage information is displayed, press the Registration


button 3 seconds to set the starting date of use of motor to the current date,
and set the accumulated running distance to 0.

Manually set Motor usage information


When NEX-SH board is replaced, it is required to set the current data to new
board.

1. In Motor usage information setting mode, press the collimator lamp key to
switch the display (starting date of use, the accumulated running distance ).

2. Press kV± key to select the digit to be set, that digit will be blinking. Use
the mAs± key to adjust the selected digit to appropriate value.

3. Press and hold the Registration button 3 seconds to set the adjusted value.

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Appendix B Adjustment Mode

Fig. B-52 EXAMPLE: Starting date of use of motor (Feb.21.2005)

Change display

Fig. B-53 EXAMPLE: Accumulated running distance of motor (16km)

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B.19 Usage information collective setting mode

B.19 Usage information collective setting mode

This mode is used to reset one-time the starting date of use of components,
such as battery, CPU board battery, Emergency brake release battery, X-ray
tube unit, motor, and the charging count, radiography count and the accumulated
running distance. When provide the system or replace all components, make the
setting by the following procedure.

Enter Usage information collective setting mode


1. Refer to B.1 to enter the adjustment mode.

2. Press the Oblique key, then press the Hand key to enter Usage information
collective setting mode.

Reset Usage information of all components


When provide the system or replace all components, it is required to reset the
Usage information of all components.

1. In Usage information collective setting mode, the current date is displayed


at Tube voltage display, Tube current time product display.

2. Press and hold the Registration button 5 seconds, the starting date of use
of all components are set to the current date, and the count of charging, the
count of radiography and the accumulated running distance are set to 0.

Fig. B-54 EXAMPLE: Usage information collective setting mode (When the current date is
Feb.21.2005)

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Appendix C
C
Adjusting Methods

These adjustments are not required in the usual installation of the unit. If the
circuit boards or parts are replaced and readjustment is needed, refer to these
adjusting methods.
Chapter Contents

C.1 Preparation

C.2 Adjusting the battery-voltage detection circuit

C.3 Adjusting MUX CHARGE 32K board

C.4 Adjusting mAs circuit of X-CONT2008 board

C.5 Adjusting inverter control circuit of X-CONT2008 board

C.6 Operation Check of Capacitor Charging

C.7 Checking the X-ray exposure

C.8 Checking battery charging

C.9 Volume control of a buzzer

C.10 Finish

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Appendix C Adjusting Methods

C.1 Preparation

Before making the detailed adjustment in this Section, confirm the following
items:

1. The connections of connector P1 and P2 are compliant with the supply


voltage. (Refer to 4.4)

2. The settings of DIP SW on NEX-SH board are matched with the unit
type and the options. (Refer to Appendix A)

3. Check the DIPSW and jumper settings on the X-CONT2008 and


INVERTER UNIT boards.

4. Move the arm out of parking position. (For displaying and exposing).

5. The Combinations of X-ray tube device, high voltage transformer and so


on are correct.

In MobileDaRt Evolution and MobileArt Evolution, there are 12.5kW type and
32kW type. (MobileDaRt Evolution is 32kW type only)
If the combinations of an X-ray tube devices, high-pressure transformers and
so on are not correct, the equipment might be damaged.
Don't make a mistake in the combination. Especially when X-ray tube
device 0.7U163CS-36 for 12.5 kW type equipment is installed to 32kW type
equipment, the equipment must be damaged.
A correct combination of the device is as shown in the following table.

*)
S/W High Voltage X-ray Tube KVADJ Board NEX-SH Board

Transformer Device DIP Switch

Type 32kW SH-MUX200_xxx.bin D150MH-40 0.7/1.2U163C-36 KVADJ32K Board 2-2:OFF

Type 12.5kW ARTEVO12_xxx.bin D125PH-C1 0.7U163CS-36 KVADJCOCK Board 2-2:ON

*) See “B.2 How to get into adjustment mode, method2”.

Turn on the power supply of the unit by connecting the power plug as turning
the main breaker off, and turning on breaker NFB1 when the NEX-SH board
is initialized before the device is adjusted.

When the lever is made below , breaker NFB1 is turned on.


When the lever is made up, breaker NFB1 is turned off .

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C.2 Adjusting the battery-voltage detection circuit

C.2 Adjusting the battery-voltage detection circuit

Preparation

6. Confirm that the main breaker and the key switch are turning off, and the
power plug is not connected.

7. Turn on the DIPSW 3-8 (adjustment mode) of the NEX-SH board.

8. Turn on the main breaker.

9. Turn the key switch ON. (System power turns ON.)

10. The above-mentioned is unnecessary when the adjustment of the unit is


confirmed and the unit is readjusted regarding only this item.

Adjusting the positive-side of battery-voltage detection

1. Press Leg key. (The mode for adjusting the positive-side of


battery-voltage detection is entered. Refer to B.6.)

2. Measure the positive-side of actual battery voltage (the voltage between


TER3 and TER5 on MUX POWER 32K board).

3. Press mAs+ and mAs- key so that the same voltage as the actual
voltage is obtained. When the same voltage (within ±0.2 V) is obtained,
press the program entry key.

Adjusting the negative-side of battery-voltage detection

1. Press Foot-key. (the mode for adjusting the negative-side of


battery-voltage detection is entered. Refer to B.6.)

2. Measure the minus-side of actual battery voltage (the voltage between


TER5 and TER4 on MUX POWER 32K board).

3. Press mAs+ and mAs- key so that the same voltage as the actual
voltage is obtained. When the same voltage (within ±0.2 V) is obtained,
press the program entry key.

4. After the adjustments have finished, turn the key switch OFF. (System
power turns OFF.)

Work after adjustment is confirmed

1. Return the step of 2, 3 in “Preparation”.

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C.3 Adjusting MUX CHARGE 32K board

Preparation

1. Confirm that the main breaker and the key switch are turning off, and the
power plug is not connected.

2. Disconnect the JCH2 connector on the MUX CHARGE 32K board.

3. Disconnect the JM2 connector on the INVERTER UNIT board.

4. Short-circuit CP3 [CHECK1] and CP4 [CHECK2] of XCONT board with


a clip or the like.

5. Turn VR1, VR2, and VR3 of MUX CHARGE 32K board


counterclockwise to the maximum. (It is unnecessary to do this in case
that the MUX CHARGE-32K board.)

Adjusting the MUXCHARGE 32K board

1. Turn ON the main breaker and the key switch. (System power turns
ON.)

2. Confirming the fundamental frequency of 50 kHz:


Confirm that the waveform at CP14 [50kHz] shows approximately 50
kHz (period: 17 to 23μsec).

3. Adjusting the inverter frequency of 140 Hz:


Adjust VR3 [120Hz,140Hz] so that the waveform at CP16
[120Hz,140Hz] shows 140 Hz (period: 7.1 to 7.3 msec).

4. Adjusting the pulse width for the starter:


Performing READY operation, adjust VR2 [STARTER] so that the pulse
width at High-level of the waveform at CP17 becomes 2.9 msec (±0.1
msec).

5. Rough adjustment of the pulse width for the collimator lamp:


Lighting the collimator lamp, adjust VR1 [LAMP] so that the pulse width
at High-level of the waveform at CP17 becomes 3.5 msec (±0.1 msec).

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C.3 Adjusting MUX CHARGE 32K board

The pulse width can be finely adjusted by adjusting VR1 while measuring the
voltage at the leads of the collimator lamp so that the voltage becomes an
appropriate value. (Refer to E.8.)

6. Turn OFF the key switch. (System power turns OFF.)

Work after adjustment is confirmed

1. Return the step of 2, 3, 4, 5 in “Preparation”.

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C.4 Adjusting mAs circuit of X-CONT2008 board

Preparation

1. Check that the main breaker and the key switch are OFF, and that the
power cable plug is not connected.

2. Short-circuit CP3 [CHECK1] and CP4 [CHECK2] on XCONT board

3. Turn VR1 [mAs] of X-CONT2008 board counterclockwise to the


maximum. (It is unnecessary to do this in case that X-CONT2008 board
has been already adjusted.)

4. After confirmed operation and in the case of readjustment, the steps 2 to


4 are unnecessary to do.

Adjusting mAs circuit

1. Short-circuit CP [+5V] and CP30 [mA-IN].

2. Turn ON the main breaker and turn on the key switch.


(System power turns ON.)

3. Adjust VR1 [mAs] so that the relation between the frequency at CP28
[MASCLK] and the voltage at CP 30 is 5 kHz/V. (For example, if the
voltage at CP30 is 5.10 V, the frequency at CP28 is 25.5 kHz.)

4. Turn OFF the key switch.

5. Remove the short-circuit between CP [+5V] and CP30 [mA-IN].

Work after adjusting

1. Return the step of 2,3 in “Preparation” .

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C.5 Adjusting inverter control circuit of X-CONT2008 board

C.5 Adjusting inverter control circuit of


X-CONT2008 board

Preparation

1. Check that the main breaker and the key switch are OFF, and that the
power cable plug is not connected.

2. Disconnect the TER3 and TER4 cables from the MUX POWER 32K
board, and perform insulation.

3. Disconnect the JCH2 connector on the MUX CHARGE-32K board and


the JM2 connector on the INVERTER UNIT-32K board.

4. Short-circuit CP3 [CHECK1] and CP4 [CHECK2].

5. Turn VR2 and VR3 of X-CONT2008 board counterclockwise to the


maximum. (It is unnecessary to do this in case that X-CONT2008 board
has been already adjusted.)

6. After confirmed operation and in the case of readjustment, the step 6 is


unnecessary to do.

Adjusting the inverter control circuit

1. Short-circuit CP [+15V] and CP5 [VSIN].

2. Turn ON main breaker and the key switch. (System power turns ON.)

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3. Adjustment Max frequency of inverter.


Adjust VR2 [VFADJ(kV)] so that the frequency at CP29 [F] becomes 112
kHz (period: 8.9 to 9.0μsec).

5V/div

Fig. C-1 Wave form at CP29[F]

4. Rough adjustment of the inverter pulse width:


Performing READY and XRAY operations, adjust VR3 [PULSEADJ] so
that the pulse width at CP33 [A/D] becomes 7.5±0.1μsec. (Be cautious
about the polarity.)

5V/div

7.5 ± 0.1 μ

Fig. C-2 Wave form at CP33[A/D]

5. Fine adjustment of the inverter pulse width:


Connect oscilloscope probes to CP [Ga] and CP [Ea] and to CP [Gb]
and CP [Eb] of INVERTER UNIT board, perform READY and XRAY
operations, and check the gate waveform of IGBT. Confirm that the

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C.5 Adjusting inverter control circuit of X-CONT2008 board

pulse width at +5 V is 7.8 to 8.0μsec. Readjust the pulse width if it is


necessary (VR3 [PULSEADJ] of Xcont board).

7.8-8.0 μ
5V

0V

Fig. C-3 Waveform between CP[Ga] – CP[Ea], CP[Gb ] – CP[Eb] on INVERTER UNIT board

When check the gate waveform, observe the wavefrom 10msec or later after
XRAY operation start. The peak value is different when immediately XRAY
after the operation started.

1. Confirm the pulse width between CP[Gc] and Cp[Ec], CP[Gd] and
CP[Ed] in the same way.

2. Turn OFF the key switch. (System power turns OFF.)

3. Remove the short-circuit between CP [+15V] and CP5 [VSIN].

Work after adjusting

1. Return the step of 2, 3, 4, 5 in “Preparation”.

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C.6 Operation Check of Capacitor Charging

Preparation

1. Check that the main breaker and the key switch are OFF, and that the
power cable plug is not connected.

2. Connect cables to TER3 and TER4 on the MUX POWER 32K board.

3. Stop discharging of the internal capacitor and connect it normally.


- Set the discharge switch to OFF (left side).
- Connect the CN1/CN2 cable, that is connected to the CN1 connector
on the MUX CAPACITOR board, to the CN2 connector.

4. Disconnect the JCH2 connector on the MUX CHARGE-32K board and


the JM2 connector on the INVERTER UNIT-32K board.

5. Disconnect the JINV connector on the INVERTER UNIT-32K board.

6. Short-circuit CP3 [CHECK1] and CP4 [CHECK2] on the X-CONT2008


board.

7. Connect a tester to CP1 – CP2 on the MUX CAPACITOR board.

8. After confirmed operation and in the case of confirmation, the steps 4


and 6 are unnecessary to do.

Operation Check

1. Switch the main breaker ON.

2. Turn ON the key switch.

3. Approximately 10 seconds after power ON, capacitor charging will start,


and the voltage will rise between CP1 – CP2 on the MUX CAPACITOR
board.

4. Approximately 30 to 60 seconds after charging starts, voltage increases


to approximately 170 V and the charge suppression resistance value
decreases, speeding up the charging process.

5. After approximately 10 to 30 seconds, voltage increases to 220 to 240 V


and the system preparation indicator lamp turns ON.

6. When starting radiography preparation, the voltage becomes the same


as the battery voltage.

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C.6 Operation Check of Capacitor Charging

7. Turn OFF the key switch.

Work after adjusting

1. Return the step of 4, 5, 6, 7 in “Preparation”.

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C.7 Checking the X-ray exposure

Preparation

1. Check that the main breaker and the key switch are OFF, and that the
power cable plug is not connected.

2. Set the DIP switch SW3-8 on the NEX-SH board ON. (Adjustment
mode)

3. Confirm there is no short-wire between check pins on theX-CONT2008


board.

4. Turn VR3 and VR4 on KVADJ board to center position in case that
KVADJ board has not been adjusted. (It is unnecessary to do this in
case that KVADJ board has been already adjusted.)

5. Turn VR9 and VR10 on XCONT-2008 board to center position in case


that those VR have not been adjusted. (Normally, advanced adjustment
is not necessary those VR. )

Confirmation of ready operation

1. Turn ON the main breaker and key switch. (System power turns ON.)

2. Confirm that the collimator lamp turns on by performing the collimator


lamp lighting operation.

3. Performing READY operation, confirm that the anode of X-ray tube is


rotating and the exposure-ready lamp turns on within approximately 3
seconds.

4. During READY operation, check the waveform of filament heating


voltage between following check points on INVERTER UNIT board.
CP15[CS1]-CP2[C0]:when the small focal spot is chosen.
CP14[CL1]-CP2[C0]:when the large focal spot is chosen.

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C.7 Checking the X-ray exposure

100V/div

Fig. C-4 Waveform between CP14[CL1] – CP2[C0] on the INVERTER UNIT board

Confirmation of the waveform of tube voltage and adjustment of tube


current

1. Refer to “B1 How to Get into Adjustment Mode” and enter the
adjustment mode.

2. Press the “Head” key and enter the tube current 2 points adjustment
mode.

3. Adjust on 2 points at 80kV, 50mA, and 160mA. As the measurement


display is within the following range. At the same time, confirm the
waveform of tube voltage (CP9[TKV] which is on theX-CONT2008
board)
80kV, 50mA: 45~48mA
80kV, 160mA : 148~155mA

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Fig. C-5 Waveform at the CP9[TKV] (In case of 80kV,50mA)

4. If necessary, press the “Chest” key, get into the tube current each-point
adjustment mode and then check that measurement value is with error
within –15 - +5 % range of the setting value.

Use the tube anmeter of neutral point current measureing type. The tube
anmeter of measuring of high voltage side may indicate the tube current
value with large error.
Connect the tube ammeter of neutral point current measuring type to mA+
and mA- of terminal board X2 on XCONT board. For the measurements,
remove the short-circuit plate.

Tube current may have some diffrence between the current with a
connection of a tube voltmeter and without the connection unit, even if FVR
values are same when adjusting tube current, don’t connect a tube
voltmeter.

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C.7 Checking the X-ray exposure

Detailed adjustment of tube voltage waveform

When replacing the high voltage transformer, this adjustment is necessary.


When replacing X-CONT2008 board, this adjustment can be omitted only if
kVADJ board is not replaced.

1. Enter the tube current two-point adjustment mode.

2. Set the adjustment point to 80kV, 50mA.

3. Adjust VR4[kV-ADJ] on kVADJ board so that a tube voltmeter displays


80kV±1kV.

4. Set the adjustment point to 80kV, 50mA.

5. Adjust VR3[WF-ADJ] on kVADJ board so that waveform of the tube


voltmeter becomes flat. If VR3 rotate clockwise, the waveform changes
toward overshoot. If VR3 rotate counterclockwise, the waveform
changes toward under shoot.

Work after adjustment is confirmed

1. Return the DIP switch SW3-8 to OFF.

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C.8 Checking battery charging

Preparation

1. Turn ON the main breaker.

2. After it is confirmed that breaker NFB1 is turning off, connect the power
plug.

3. Turn the key switch OFF.

4. Set the DIP switch SW3-8 on the NEX-SH board (Adjustment mode)
ON.

5. Confirm there is no short-wire between check pins on theX-CONT2008


board.

Procedure of confirming for battery charge

1. Turn the breaker NFB1 ON. (System power turns ON.)

2. Press Obese-key to move to the adjustment mode Page 2.

3. Press Leg-key (after about 10 seconds, the battery is charged for about
one minute).

4. Confirm that the waveform of the voltage between CP5 and GND on
MUX CHARGE-04B board is approximately as shown in the Figure
below.

5. After confirming, unplug the unit.

Fig. C-6 Waveform between CP18 – GND

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C.8 Checking battery charging

The shape of waves of Fig. C-6 is an example, and the pulse width and the
peak value may change.
Moreover, there is a possibility that the error (F5b, F51, and F53, etc.)
occurs when the charge confirmation mode is begun in the state of the full
charge.

Work after adjustment is confirmed

1. Return the DIP switch SW3-8 to OFF.

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Appendix C Adjusting Methods

C.9 Volume control of a buzzer

The volume control procedure of a sheet panel buzzer

The buzzer volume control of the sheet panel, which sounds at the time of key
operation etc., can be performed by turning volume for the volume control of a
sheet panel. The volume is large or small, please adjust buzzer volume.

1. Remove Upper cover.

2. Please turn volume VR 1 on the sheet panel board on the back of Upper
cover, and adjust the buzzer volume of a sheet panel.

The buzzer volume


control of the sheet

Fig. C-7 The position of adjustment volume

3. Upper cover will be attached if adjustment of volume is completed.

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C.10 Finish

C.10 Finish

• Return the DIP SW on NEX-SH board to its normal use condition.

• Check to confirm that no short-circuit is on board.

• Check to confirm that all connector and terminals are connected on board.

• Check to confirm that X-CONT2008 board terminal X1 ( mA+, mA- ) is


short-circuited.

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Appendix D
D
Error Message List

Referring this error message list, quickly resolve problems, if any.

Chapter Contents

D.1 Error message list

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Appendix D Error Message List

D.1 Error message list

The content of the fault is indicated fault indication lamp , and indicated code
on the mAs display.

Table. 1 Fault error message list

Error code Content of the error


F01 Main supply voltage is more than 20% higher than the standard voltage.

F02 Main supply voltage is more than 30% lower than the standard voltage.

F03 -15V OK signal is not supplied. (A failure in –15V supply.)

F11 X-ray tube voltage during irradiation is detected to be more than 30 kV higher than the set
value.

F12 Measured X-ray tube voltage during irradiation is more than 15% lower than the set value.

F13 Measured X-ray tube voltage during irradiation is lower than 10kV.

F14 KVBR signal is supplied. (A glow discharge in X-ray tube, or abnormal high x-ray tube
voltage has been detected.)

The error may be reset by aging the X-ray tube assembly.

F15 Measured X-ray tube voltage during irradiation is more than 10% lower than the set value.
(Irradiation is not aborted.)

Battery performance may have deteriorated.

F16 kV feedback start signal during irradiation is not detected. (Irradiation is not aborted.)

Battery performance may have deteriorated.

F1A kVADJ Board is not mounted.

F1B Mounted kVADJ Board is not conformed to mounted High voltage transformer.

F21 Measured X-ray tube current during irradiation is more than 50mA larger than the set
value.

F22 Measured X-ray tube current during irradiation is more than 50% smaller than the set
value.

F23 Measured X-ray tube current during irradiation is smaller than 10mA.

F31 Measured filament current is more than 50% higher than the set value.

F32 Measured filament current is more than 50% lower than the set value.

F33 Measured filament current is lower than 1A.

F41 Capacitor voltage is higher than 300V.

F42 Capacitor voltage is lower than 170V after 60 seconds of start of capacitor changing.

F43 Capacitor voltage is lower than 30V after 60 seconds of start of capacitor changing.

F44 Signal “VCOK” is not returned although capacitor voltage is normal.

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D.1 Error message list

Error code Content of the error


F45 System preparation is not finished after 30 seconds of working capacitor changing relay
“K2”.

F46 Capacitor voltage is lower than system preparation voltage for more than 30 seconds after
system preparation was finished.

F51 Battery voltage of plus-side during charging is higher than 155V.

F52 Battery voltage of plus-side during charging is lower than 100V.

F53 Battery voltage of minus-side during charging is higher than 155V.

F54 Battery voltage of minus-side during charging is lower than 100V.

F55 Voltage of plus-side battery is more than 12V higher than that of minus-side battery.

F56 Voltage of minus-side battery is more than 12V higher than that of plus-side battery.

F5a Signal CHBR1 is supplied. (Charging current is higher than 3.8A.)

F5b Signal CHBR2 is supplied. (Battery voltage + or - side during charging is higher than 155
V.)

F5c The power lead had been connected when main breaker is turned off.

F5E Measured charging current more than 50% larger than the set value for 10 seconds.

F5F Measured charging current less than 30% of the set value for 10 seconds.

F61 STOK signal is not returned even after the starter drive time is over.

F62 XOK is not returned even after one second has passed since HX1 was supplied.

F6E Irradiation does not finish by backup time / mAs.

F6F KVT does not input even after 250 msec has passed since EXR output.

F81 The combination of the setting of DIP switch 2-2 on the NEX-SH board and the rated
output memorized in EEPROM is not correct. According to Appendix A, change to a
correct setting of the DIP SW2-2.

F82 The combination of the setting of DIP switch 2-2 on the NEX-SH board and the installed
software is not correct. According to Appendix A, change to a correct setting of the DIP
SW2-2.

The content of the warning is indicated warning indication lamp , and


indicated code on the mAs display approx. 3 sec.

Table. 2 Warning error message list

Error code Content of the error


F64 It is an invalid HX signal input. (EX. Hand switch was pushed at the time of a power on.)

F65 It is an invalid AR signal input. (EX. Hand switch was pushed at the time of a power on.)

F68 The X-ray exposure operation had been done before the ready preparation of the FPD

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device was completed.

Disappears when the FPD radiography mode button is pressed.

(Only for FPD upgrade)

F6d EMG signal is supplied. (Emergency stop switch has being pressed.)

Disappears when the EMG switch is released.

F76 An illegal value was transmitted from CXDI. (EX. Out of range APR No.)

Make the anatomical code correspond with the anatomical program number.

(Only for FPD upgrade)

H1 With the set exposure condition, the heat accumulated on the anode of the X-ray tube is
over tolerance.

Stop radiography until the warning indicator lamp turns off. Disappear when X-ray tube
assembly cools sufficiently.

H2 The heat accumulated on the anode of the X-ray tube has reached its tolerance limit.

Reduce radiography parameters, or stop radiography until the warning indicator lamp
turns off. Disappear when X-ray tube assembly cools sufficiently.

H4 THERMAL signal is not supplied.

Stop radiography until the warning indicator lamp turns off. Disappear when X-ray tube
assembly cools sufficiently.

E CPU battery voltage has dropped.

Change the battery.

EEE CPU battery is completely empty.

Change the battery.

Bbb Main battery voltage has dropped.(Only movement of the system is possible.)

E5 Voltage of the battery for emergency brake release has dropped.

Change the battery.

d0 Abnormal motor is detected.

d1 Over-current (motor) is detected.

d2 Abnormal motor is detected.

d3 Abnormal encoder is detected.

d4 Brake release switch is ON at the power on.

d5 Small movement switch (forward) is ON at the power on.

d6 Small movement switch (backward) is ON at the power on.

d7 Drive handle input (left) was detected at the power on.

d8 Drive handle input (right) was detected at the power on.

d9 Bumper switch is ON at the power on.

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d10 Arm lock release switch is ON at the power on.

d11 Arm lock release lever is ON at the power on.

d12 Temperature rise of FET on MU DRIVER 07 Board is detected.

Disappears after the control circuit unit cools and the temperature falls.

d13 Abnormal condition of FET on MU DRIVER 07 Board is detected.

d14 Short circuit on MU DRIVER 07 Board is detected.

d15 Abnormal of Relay on Motor driver is detected.

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Appendix E
E
Maintenance and Inspection

Basically, it is not necessary to make the replacement of any parts described in


this Chapter during installation of the unit.

Chapter Contents

E.1 Expendable Parts List

E.2 Batteries Replacement

E.3 Replacement of the Motor

E.4 CPU Backup Battery Replacement

E.5 Collimator lamp Replacement

E.6 Maintenance of rotary X-ray tube section

E.7 Centering the Collimator and X-Ray Focus

E.8 Adjustment of Collimator lamp voltageAdjustment of Collimator


lamp voltage

E.9 Cleaning and disinfections

E.10 Replacing the Emergency Brake Release Battery

E.11 Version up of S/W for NEX-SH

E.12 PC Maintenance Function

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Appendix E Maintenance and Inspection

E.1 Expendable Parts List

Expendable Parts are shown as Table. 1. Use specified parts at the part
replacement.
Table. 1. Expendable Parts List

Recommended
Part Name Part No Replacement
Period

Battery (replacement requires 20 units) 074-71014-01 2 years


Wire Rope (For Type T) 503-64844 7 years
Wire Rope (For Type S) 503-64844-03 7 years
Fuse See next page. 1 years
Halogen Lamp 062-65012-02 1 years
Wheel 503-48518-01 2 years
Caster, 439S-150 511-37075 2 years
Cord Reel (Power Supply) 503-70591 2 years
Grounding Cable 503-57552 2 years
O-Ring, 4D SS-060 036-11143-21 5 years

CPU Backup Battery 074-73307-02 2 years


Battery, Alkaline LR61 074-70020-06 2 years
Silicon Packing (for high-voltage generator) 532-23029 1 years
Silicon Packing and Silicon Grease (for X-ray tube unit) 511-15061-13 1 years
Motor 511-77098 7500km
X-ray Tube Unit 532-24780 30,000 exposures
Relay, K3 065-60053-01 5 years
Relay, K11 065-60052-01 2 years
Key switch 064-90066-01 5 years
EMG switch 064-60785-97 5 years
Wheel cover 503-70351 5 years
Cap for wheel cover 541-53637 5 years
Cable cover, X-ray tube assembly – Arm 511-18106 5 years
Cable cover, Arm – System 511-18106-01 5 years
Contact pin 511-15061-11 1 years

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E.1 Expendable Parts List

Fuse Rating List

Unit / Board Component Name Current Voltage Part No


Rating Rating

150 A 600 V 072-06033-10


Inverter Unit 32K Board*1 F1
160 A 660 V 072-06037-11
MUX Charge-32K Board F1 0.5 A 250 V 072-01664-15
MUX Charge-04B Board F1 5A 250 V 072-01664-33
F1、F2、F10 2A 250 V 072-01664-26
F3 6.25 A 250 V 072-01664-34
F4、F5 10 A 660 V 072-06035-32
MUX Power-32K Board
F6 1A 250 V 072-01664-20
F7、F8 5A 250 V 072-01664-33
F9 10 A 250 V 072-01665-34
*1 Choose a fuse of Current Rating 150 A or 160A.

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Appendix E Maintenance and Inspection

E.2 Batteries Replacement

Batteries replacement

20 pieces are needed when replacing batteries.

When replacing the batteries, make sure to place the unit on the flat
floor. Otherwise, the unit may fall down.

Do not wear metallic accessories such as the bracelet, hanging jewelrys,


and clocks during the battery exchange work. It is very dangerous when
coming in contact between terminals of the battery.

Pay attention to polarity of +/- when arranging the battery in the battery
unit. Do not short-circuit and contact between terminals.

The battery with a different kind, type, manufacture and residual


quantity should not exist together. The device will not work properly.
(1) All 20 batteries should be replaced with new 20 batteries.
(2) 10 batteries in plus side (Battery ASSY BAT1,BAT2) should be with
same date of manufacture.
(3) 10 batteries in minus side (Battery ASSY BAT3,BAT4) should be
with same date of manufacture.
(4) Difference date of manufacture between plus side 10 batteries and
minus side 10 batteries should be less than one month.
Date of manufacture is stamped on top of the battery.
An example of stamp is as follows.
050217## … Feb.17.2005 (## is alphabet or number which bear no
relation to date of manufacture.)

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E.2 Batteries Replacement

Procedure of the battery replacement


1. Turn ON the key switch, and lift the arm up to the position shown in Fig.
E-1.

Fig. E-1 Arm position for battery replacement

Be sure to start replacing the battery after moving the arm up to the
position shown in Fig. E-1. Otherwise the unit may topple over when
battery is replaced.

2. Turn OFF both the key switch and the main breaker.

3. Remove the side covers.

4. Discharge the capacitor.


(See 3.3.)

Prior to replacing the battery, be sure to discharge the capacitor.

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5. Loose 2 bolt at under part of the cassette box and remove it.

Bolt Bolt

Fig. E-2 Removing the Cassette box

Tray

Fig. E-3 Battery Section

6. Remove the tray.

7. Disconnect the wires from the terminal blocks in order of the


numbers shown in the figure below (Fig. E-4).

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E.2 Batteries Replacement

BAT 1

BAT 2

BAT 3


BAT 4

Fig. E-4 Battery Units (rear of unit)

8. Remove all battery ASSY set screws, and using the


accessory tray shown below, remove all the 4 battery ASSY
units (BAT1, BAT2, BAT3, and BAT4) (Fig. E-5).

Since each battery ASSY weighs approximately 16 kg, be careful


when handling a battery

Accessory Tray

Fig. E-5 Removing the Battery ASSY

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9. Remove the 4 screws shown in Fig. E-6, open the cover,


disconnect the battery wires and remove all the batteries.

10. Insert the new batteries, connect all wires to the electrodes,
Screws and replace all 4 batteries in their original positions.

Screws

Fig. E-6 Battery ASSY

11. Close the battery ASSY cover.


12. Write the battery code and manufacture date of each new battery on the
label of each battery ASSY.

13. Replace each battery ASSY in its original position. Pay attention to the
battery numbers and their positions. (See Fig. E-4.)

14. Connect all battery wires to the terminal block of battery ASSY.
Connection order should be in reverse of the order shown in step 9.
(Connect the batteries in the opposite order of that shown in Fig. E-4.
Be sure to start from the (-) terminal of BAT 2. (See Fig. E-4)

15. Reset the internal capacity discharge to “NORMAL”.


16. Replace the side covers.
17. Re-attach the storage bin.
18. Turn ON both the main breaker and the key switch. Confirm that power
is supplied to the system.

19. Clear the memory of the Battery use information in reference to B.14.

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E.2 Batteries Replacement

E.3 Replacement of the Motor

Procedure of the Motor Replacement

Detaching of the motor


1. Turn the main-breaker off

2. Remove 3 caps on the wheel cover and loose screws. Turn the wheel
cover to clockwise to remove it.

Cover

Fig. E-7

3. Loose lightly 4 bolts of the wheel.

Bolts

Fig. E-8

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4. Lift the wheel up by a jack etc. and keep that to set woods under the
system.

Fig. E-9

5. Open the rear cover at the bottom of the system.

Fig. E-10

6. Disconnect connectors on MU DRIVER Board corresponding to the


replaced motor. CN6 and CN14 are connectors for the left motor. CN7 and
CN16 are connectors for right motor. Grounding earth is also disconnected.

CN6,CN7
CN14

CN16

Fig. E-11

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E.2 Batteries Replacement

7. Remove the wheel.

Fig. E-12

8. Remove the motor.

Motor

Hole

Fig. E-13

9. Pull motor cables out.

Fig. E-14

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Appendix E Maintenance and Inspection

Mounting the motor


1. Wire the motor cable.

Fig. E-15

2. Mount the motor.

The rear part of the motor is offset to the output shaft.


Mount the motors as shown the following Fig. E-16.

Right motor

Front Rear
(Column) (Handle)

Left motor

Fig. E-16

3. Connect CN6, CN14, CN7, CN16 and Earth.

4. Turn ON both the key switch and the main breaker.

5. Check the performance without the wheel.

6. Make sure the performance is normal. Replace the rear cover.

7. Mount the wheels loosely.

8. Remove the woods under the system.

9. Tighten the bolts of the wheels.

10. Replace the wheel covers.

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E.2 Batteries Replacement

11. Replace the side covers.


12. Turn ON both the key switch and the main breaker. Make sure the
performance is normal.

13. Clear the memory of the motor use information in reference to B.18.

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Appendix E Maintenance and Inspection

E.4 CPU Backup Battery Replacement

CPU Backup Battery replacement

Procedure of replacement for the CPU backup battery.


1. Remove the right side cover.

2. Turn on the key switch to apply the power.

Be sure to replace the battery when the key switch is ON. If the battery is
replaced when the key switch is off, informations in the memory is
disappeared.

3. Replace the CPU backup battery where is on NEX-SH CPU board.

4. Clear the memory of the CPU Backup Battery use information in


reference to B.15.

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E.5 Collimator lamp Replacement

E.5 Collimator lamp Replacement

Collimator lamp replacement

Parts Number of the Collimator lamp is 062-65003-02.

Wait for 10 minute after ternning off the collimator lamp. There is dread
of the burn.

Procedures of replacement of the collimator lamp.


1. Turn the key switch to off position.

2. Loosen screws to remove the lamp cover.

Lamp cover

Fig. E-17

3. Loosen screws to remove the light shield cover.

Light shield cover


Fig. E-18

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4. Pull the lamp out from the side of the unit and remove it from the socket.

Fig. E-19

Illuminating the lamp with fingerprints or other oily substance on the quartz
tube maycause devitrification. Be sure to hold the lamp by the lamp base
and do NOT touchthe quartz tube directly. If contaminated during
replacement, wipe it with alcohol before illuminating the lamp.

Fig. E-20 Exchanging the collimator lamp

5. Replace the covers.

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E.6 Maintenance of rotary X-ray tube section

E.6 Maintenance of rotary X-ray tube section

If the rotation of the X-ray tube section is found to be abnormal or short of


lubrication, grease part ① and ② as shown in Fig. E-21 (Fig. E-22, Fig. E-23,
and Fig. E-24 for the detail of part A, B, and C).

*Recommended grease: Albania grease.

Be sure to hold the weight at the front of the support stand before
making maintenance.

Support
保持ワク
Frame

B A

Fig. E-21 X-ray tube section

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Appendix E Maintenance and Inspection

Greasing Part [A] of the X-ray tube section

The detailed drawing of Part [A] of Fig. E-21 is shown in Fig. E-22.

Greasing steps
1. Unscrew M4 flat countersunk head screw (a) and remove cover A.

2. Unscrew locking screw (b), and make plunger (c) loose.

3. Unscrew two M3 flat countersunk head screws (d), and remove cover
C.

4. Unscrew four M6 hexagon socket head cap screws (e), and remove
bearing A.

5. Grease part ①.

6. Bearing A and X-ray tube are separated each other by unscrewing four
M6 hexagon socket head cap screws (f).

(a)
プランジャ (c) (a)
Plunger (c)

Locking
止めネジ
(b) (b)
screw

AxisジクA
A

カバーC
Cover C (e)

カバーA
Cover A (d) (f)

ジクウケA
Bearing A
Fig. E-22 Detail of Part A

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E.6 Maintenance of rotary X-ray tube section

Greasing Part [B] of the X-ray tube section

The detailed drawing of Part [B] of Fig. E-21 is shown in Fig. E-23.

Greasing steps.
1. Unscrew M4 flat countersunk head screw (g) and remove cover B.

2. Unscrew four M5 hexagon socket head cap screws (h), and remove the
X-ray tube from the holding frame.

3. Put the X-ray tube removed from the holding frame on a table or the like.
(Use a cushion under the tube.)

4. Unscrew locking nut (i), disc spring (j), and M5 hexagon socket head
cap screw (k), and remove bearing B. In this state, bearing B and X-ray
tube can be separated each other.

5. Grease Part ①.

(h)

軸受けBB
Bearing

(g)
(k)
Cover B
カバーB

Locking
ロック
(i)Nut (i)
ナット
サラバネ
disc
(j) 1
spring (j)

Fig. E-23 Detail of Part B

Before removing the X-ray tube (approximetly 13 kg), grasp the detail of
the fixing structure. Be careful not to drop the tube by loosening other
bolts incautiously. Dropping the tube may cause the break of the tube
and injury.

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Appendix E Maintenance and Inspection

Greasing Part [C] of the X-ray tube section

The detailed drawing of Part [C] of Fig. E-21 is shown in Fig. E-24. After
assembling the X-ray tube section, make it rotate 10 to 20 times to be thoroughly
lubricated by the grease.

Greasing steps
1. Unscrew hexagon socket flat countersunk head screw (l) and remove
the end cover.

2. Unscrew locking screw (m), and make plunger (n) loose.

3. Unscrew locking nut (o), disc spring (p), detent washer (q), and thrust
washer (r).

4. Pull out the bearing toward the front, and remove it.

5. After making sure that there is nothing abnormal with Part ②, apply
grease there.

6. After applying grease to Part ① and ②, assemble the X-ray tube


section in the reverse steps.

If the dent on axis A is widened by the plunger in Part A, rotate the axis 90
degrees to fix it.

If the dent on axis A is widened by the plunger in Part A, rotate the axis
90 degrees to fix it.

Plunger (n)(n)
プランジャ

止めネジ Bearing
Locking screw (m) 軸受け
(m)

回転止め
Detent washer (q)
ワッシャ (q)
スラスト
Thrust(r)washer (r)
ワッシャ エンドカバー
End cover
サラバネ (p) ロック
Disc spring (p) Locking
ナット (o) nut (o)
(l)
滑り面
Sliding surface (l)

Fig. E-24 Detail of C

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E.6 Maintenance of rotary X-ray tube section

Assemble the X-ray tube section so that the plunger in Part A, locking
nut in Part B, and the plunger and locking nut in Part C are fixed with
the following pressure and torque.

Plunger in Part A After pushing it in to the limit with


Fig. E-22(c) screwdriver, turn it back 45 degrees to fix.
Locking nut in Part B Adjust it so that the rotating torque becomes
Fig. E-23(i) 4.5±1.5 kg at the end of the collimator
handle.
Locking nut in Part C After adjusting the plunger similarly as in
Fig. E-24(o) Part A, adjust it so that the rotating torque
becomes 4.5±1.5 kg at the end of the
collimator handle.

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Appendix E Maintenance and Inspection

E.7 Centering the Collimator and X-Ray Focus

There are following two kinds of discrepancy between the collimator illumination
field and X-ray irradiation field. When installing the apparatus, make sure which
discrepancy is occurring and adjust the discrepancy:

1. Discrepancy between the collimator illumination field center and X-ray


irradiation field center.

2. Discrepancy between the collimator illumination field size and X-ray


irradiation field size.

Discrepancy between the collimator illumination field center and X-ray


irradiation field center.
How to adjust the collimator illumination field center and X-ray
irradiation field center.

If the center axis of the collimator blades and the axis of conical X-ray beam are
discrepant when the collimator is mounted on the X-ray tube, the collimator
illumination field center shifts from the X-ray irradiation field center.
In this case, align the center axis of the collimator blades with the axis of conical
X-ray beam by moving the collimator itself without displacing the lamp mounting
board as follows:

1. Show the illumination field on a cassette placed on the exposure top


panel (10-cm square).

2. Put a piece of line solder along the four sides of the illumination field
and operate exposure.

3. Then, widen the illumination field further (15-cm square), leaving the
line solder as it is.

4. Operate another exposure (double exposure).

5. After developing the radiograph, compare the illumination field center


(center of the image of the line solder) with the X-ray irradiation center,
and measure the discrepancy between them.

6. As shown in the illustration on the next page, loosen the screw a little,
and correct the above discrepancy in no. 5. by adjusting the position
where the screw is to be tightened. After making sure that the
discrepancy is eliminated, firmly tighten the screw, and then replace the
screw or leave it a loosened.

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E.7 Centering the Collimator and X-Ray Focus

Because the center of the collimator blades and the illumination field
center are aligned each other using a dedicated device in factory
assembling, never move the lamp mounting board.

Center of lamp field

Cassette
Lamp field
Solder
Center of X-ray field

Screw

Bolt Collimator

X-ray focus Center of Collimator

Fig. E-25 Adjust field center

X-ray beam axis

Move Collimator

Center of X-ray field Center of lamp field (Center of leaves)

Fig. E-26 How to adjust center

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Discrepancy between the collimator illumination field size and X-ray


irradiation field size.
How to adjust the collimator illumination field size and X-ray
irradiation field size.
The illumination field size is always different from the X-ray irradiation field size.
Because the filament size of illumination lamp is larger than 3 mm in comparison
with the X-ray focus size (less than 1 mm), a portion called half-shadow is
physically occurs on the illumination field, and due to the half-shadow the
illumination field becomes larger than the X-ray irradiation field.

Discrepancy between the illumination field and X-ray irradiation field is adjusted
minimum descrepancy at S.I.D 1m. Because the half-shadow is a physical
phenomenon, it is impossible to eliminate it.

Filament

Focus

Leaf

A: Exposure point
at Focus/Filament size of none
B: Half shadow of Focus
C: Half shadow of Filament
D: Reference of Light Field

Illumination of Light Field

Fig. E-27 Discrepancy between the collimator illumination field


and X-ray irradiation field.

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E.7 Centering the Collimator and X-Ray Focus

For reference

Adjust the X-ray irradiation field size so that the edge of the X-ray irradiation field
is set on the point D of the edge of the illumination field, after determining the
illumination field size in accordance with the exposing portion of the subject.

In this way discrepancy between the collimator illumination field center and X-ray
irradiation field can be minimized.

Discrepancy between the Point D and X-ray irradiation field is conformed to IEC
reguration, adjusted within 2cm ( within 2% of S.I.D) at S.I.D 1m prior to
shipment.

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E.8 Adjustment of Collimator lamp voltage

Adjustment of Collimator lamp voltage


Basic adjustment of Collimator lamp voltage
Collimator lamp voltage can be adjusted by adjusting pulse width on MUX
CHARGE-04A PCB. Detailed procedure is as follows,

1. Disconnect the connector JCH2 form MUX CHARGE-32K PCB for


preventing lamp from getting excessive voltage during adjustment.

2. Connect oscilloscope to CP17 and GND on MUX CHARGE-04A PCB.

3. Turn on the unit. (Turn on the key switch.)

4. Press the Collimator lamp switch and execute (5) in 30 seconds.

5. Adjust the VR1 [LAMP] on MUX CHARGE-04A PCB so that the pulse
width (+15V level) is 3.5ms (+/- 0.1ms).

See the below figure.

3.5ms

5V/div

2ms/div

Fig. E-28

6. Turn off the unit. (Turn off the key switch.)

7. Connect the connector JCH2 to MUX CHARGE32K PCB that was


disconnected in (1).

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E.8 Adjustment of Collimator lamp voltage

Notes of adjusting collimator lamp voltage.

1. Note when measuring lamp voltage

Use the voltage meter that can measure true r.m.s. value (root mean square
value). Normal voltage meter can’t measure exactly because lamp voltage is
not sine waveform.

For reference, the voltage (r.m.s. value) will be 10.5 - 11.5V at lamp leads when
the pulse width is adjusted to 3.5.ms.

・ Make the pulse width wider when needed to increase illumination.

・ Make the pulse width narrower when needed to decrease


illumination.

Pay an attention to the voltage of lamp when increasing illumination.


Lifetime of lamp will be drastically shorter when the voltage of lamp is over
12V.

Pay an attention to the illumination when decreasing illumination.


The illumination should fullfill standards.

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Appendix E Maintenance and Inspection

E.9 Cleaning and disinfections

Cleaning and disinfections

Cleaning and disinfections work should work, after turning off


equipment power.
If equipment is turned on the power, there is a possibility of causing an
electric shock and a short circuit.

Do not splash antiseptic on this equipment. Do not spray of the


antiseptic on this equipment directly.
If an antiseptic goes into the inside of equipment, it will become failure
and the cause of the accident.

When you switch on a power supply after cleaning and disinfections


work, do fully ventilate the inside of a cleaning and disinfections working
space.
If inflammable gas remains cleaning and disinfections working space,
when a power supply is switched on, there is danger of ignition, emitting
smoke, explosion, and an electric shock.

This equipment is not protected to permeation of a liquid.


Don't let a liquid permeate the inside of equipment in cleaning and
disinfections.

Do not use the following antiseptics.


When the following antiseptics are used, the performance and safety of
equipment cannot be guaranteed.
1. Chlorine type antiseptic
2. The antiseptic, which corrodes metal and plastic rubber, or paint
3. The antiseptic which unsuited metal and plastic rubber, or paint
4. A spray gas type antiseptic
5. A volatile antiseptic
6. An antiseptic with a possibility of entering the inside of a product.

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E.9 Cleaning and disinfections

1. Check the equipment is turned off power.

2. Cleaning and disinfections work are done.

Clean with the cloth into which alcohol or the antiseptic was infiltrated.
Do cleaning and disinfections work certainly also to what has unevenness in the
surface using a swab etc.

3. After a cleaning and disinfections work end, should be checked the


following item, before switching on a power supply of equipment.
・ Neither water nor the antiseptic has adhered to equipment.

・ The tool used for cleaning and disinfections work is tidied up.

Notes in the case of taking over, return of apparatus etc..

In the medical institution where the various microbes which affect a


human body exist, a certain incubation period may be set by infection,
and it may suffer from the "infection" which appears and is attacked with
condition.
In connection with carrying out of the product in the case of recession
from a medical institution, a tool, etc., there is the possibility of
secondary infection out of a medical institution.
In order to prevent this, disinfections and positive implementation of
sterilization are important with a prevention measure and healthy
management.

General notes
In order to carry out positive disinfections and to prevent secondary infection,
demand implementation of disinfections in a medical institution as much as
possible.

For the sake of appearance, the existence of contamination is unclear.


Should be sure to perform a listening comprehension check to medical institution
staffs.

Handling cautions of disinfections


Wipe external surface with the cloth dipped with glutaraldehyde (GA) liquid 2%.

Parts (especially machine part) are decomposing in the range, which can be
decomposed.
Parts wipe with the cloth dipped with glutaraldehyde (GA) liquid 2%, or disinfect
by ethylene oxide gas.

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E.10 Replacing the Emergency Brake Release


Battery

Replacing the Emergency Brake Release Battery

Emergency Brake Release Battery Replacement Procedure

1. Turn OFF the system power and the main breaker.

2. Remove the system's rear bottom-section cover.


(Remove the upper 2 bolts, and loosen the lower 2 bolts so that the
cover can be pulled up and forward.)

Remove

Loosen

Fig. E-29 Removing the Cover

3. Since the circuit board and other items are unitized in the cover, let the
cover lie flat, so as not to place any strain on the circuit board and
internal wiring.

DRIVER Circuit Board

Fig. E-30 DRIVER UNIT

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E.10 Replacing the Emergency Brake Release Battery

4. Open the cover of the battery boxes, and replace the batteries.

Battery Boxes

Fig. E-31 Battery Box Positions

5. Clear the memory of the Emergency Break Release Battery use


information in reference to B.16.

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E.11 Version up of S/W for NEX-SH

This section is described for performed via communication between the


computer and NEX-SH board.

Version up of S/W for NEX-SH board can be performed via communication


between the computer and NEX-SH board.

Required device and the S/W

The following items are required to install S/W.

1. SH-MUX S/W FD

2. PC

(1) PC which is installed the OS of Windows 95/NT (and more).

(2) PC that is equipped serial port.

3. RS232C crossing cable that connects the PC and NEX-SH board.

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Preparation of version up of NEX-SH board


1. Turn off the power.

2. Open the right side cover.

3. Preparation for the version up S/W

a) Main breaker (NFB2) is off.

b) Breaker (NFB1) is off.

c) Emergency switch is turn on.( push set)

4. Set the DIP switch SW4 on the NEX-SH board. Set on only SW4-2 and
the other switch set OFF

5. Connect the J4 connector of NEX-SH board and serial port of the PC by


the RS232C crossing cable.

SW4
ON
OFF
1234

NEX-SH board

J4

Fig. E-32 RS232C crossing cable connection

6. Connect power plug and breaker (NFB1) is turned on. The power is
supplied to the system.

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Setting of PC
1. Turn on the PC power, and insert the media (SH-MUX200 S/W FD),
which is distributed, into the PC drive.

2. SH-MUX200-VerXXX.exe (XXX is version No.) that is saved in the


media it copies hard disk of PC. It copies the place where it is easy to
understand latterly. It is convenient to make the short cut.

3. Double-click the file that is copied. The following data is created inside
the folder.

(1) Setup.exe : S/W version up executable file

(2) Setup.ini : S/W version up setting file

(3) SH-MUX200_XXX.bin : Mobile X-ray System S/W file

(XXX shows version No.)

Backup of S/W
Before installing the S/W, backup the S/W that is installed in the board.

Before starting the setup program of the S/W, be sure to quit.


Tera-Term. Starting set up program without quitting. Tera-Term might cause
error during backup.

1. Double-click the setup.exe. The following screen is displayed.

× Button

COM PORT select

BackUp button

Fig. E-33 setup screen

2. Select the COM PORT of PC that is connected the serial cable and
press the Backup button.

3. Confirmation screen is displayed.


Confirm that selected the backup of S/W and press the OK button.

4. Backup is started. The status is displayed screen. After complete the


backup, dialogue of completion is displayed.

5. Return to the screen of start up. (Screen of 1.) Press the × button and
close that screen.

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Install of S/W
When updating of S/W, execute install of S/W.

Before starting the setup program of the S/W, be sure to quit.


Tera-Term. Starting set up program without quitting. Tera-Term might cause
error during install.

1. Double-click the setup.exe. The following screen is displayed.

× Button

COM PORT select

Install button

Fig. E-34 setup screen

2. Select the COM PORT of PC that is connected the serial cable and
press the Install button.

3. Confirmation screen is displayed. Confirm that selected the install of


S/W and press the OK button.

4. Install is started. The status is displayed screen.


After complete the install, dialogue of completion is displayed.

5. Return to the start up screen. Press the × button and close that
screen.

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Recovery of S/W
When return to the S/W that was back up, execute the recovery.

Before starting the setup program of the S/W, be sure to quit.


Tera-Term. Starting set up program without quitting. Tera-Term might cause
error during recovery.

1. Double-click the setup.exe. The following screen is displayed.

× Button

COM PORT select

Recovery button

Fig. E-35 setup screen

2. Select the COM PORT of PC that is connected the serial cable and
press the Recovery button.

3. Confirmation screen is displayed. Confirm that selected the recovery of


S/W and press the OK button.

4. Following procedures is the same as install of S/W.

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Confirmation of operation
When executed the upload and the recovery of S/W, confirm the operation of
NEX-SH board.

When the NEX-SH board is exchanged it must be executed to initialize the


NEX-SH board and to make initialization (Refer to B.2 )
Check the operation of the NEX-SH board.

1. Breaker (NFB1) is turned off. The system is power off.

2. Disconnect power plug.

3. Set the JP1 Pin 1-2 open and Pin 2-3 shorted.

4. Wait much longer than 5 minutes.

5. Returned the connection change by the preparation of version up of


NEX-SH board

a) Emergency switch is turn off. (release)

b) Breaker (NFB1) is turn on.

6. DIP switch SW4 on the NEX-SH board set all switches turn off.

7. Main breaker (NFB2) is turned ON.

8. Turn the key switch to on.

9. If the software is normaly installed, the equipment starts up and a


radiography condition is displayed when releasing the arm lock.

Do update or recovery the software again if these operations is not


availlable.

10. Confirm the software version according to mehod2 in Appendix B.2.


11. Do update or recovery the software again if the installed software
version is different from the software version which is displayed on mAs
display

12. Set JP1 Pin 1-2 shoted and Pin 2-3 open before turning the system off.

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Appendix E Maintenance and Inspection

E.12 PC Maintenance Function

Introduction

I can perform maintenance work to show below than a PC it in by being


connected to the NEX-SH board equipped with by X-ray High voltage Generator
with a serial crossing cable between PC.

z Anatomical program memorized to CPUnitial setting data and the making of


backup data (download data) to the PC of adjustment mode data.

z Anatomical program backed up by a PC, initial setting data and the


reconstruction (upload) of data to the NEX-SH board of adjustment mode
data.

The data which can communicate with a PC are the following data memorizing
with EPROM.

z APR data

z Tube data Tube type data

Tube setting data

z Ratio data Setting of apparatus ratings

z Technique data Technique keys data

z FVR data

z Other setting data motor control setting dataetc.

z Option setting data

Dose calculation, Dose Area Product Meter


etc.

z Status data

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E.12 PC Maintenance Function

The appliance which is necessary for PC maintenance

(1) PC (Movement environment: A thing having the of RS-232C serial port more
than Windows95.)

(2) RS-232C crossing cable of 9pin -9pin which connects PC and NEX-SH
board.

(3) Communication software.

A thing comprising the binary file Transfer Protocol XMODEM (CRC).

We recommend HyperTerminal attached to Windows.

When We used HyperTerminal as communication software in a working PC


of WindowsXP, the following explanation arrives and explains it.

Serial cable connection method

1. Turn off the power and opens the right side cover.

2. Connect the J4 connector of NEX-SH PCB and RS-232C crossing cable


connector.

3. Connect the serial connector of PC and RS-232C crossing cable


connector.

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Setup of Hyper Terminal

1. Turn on the PC and execute Terminal program HyperTerminal after


Starting Windows. (HyperTerminal is not installed in Windows Vista in
the standard. Obtain it separately.)

2. The setting of a new connection is displayed. After the name (example :


MUX) is input, and the icon of the telephone is selected and press the
OK button.

Fig. E-36

3. The window of the telephone number is displayed. After "Connection


method" is set directly to COM1 and press the OK button.

Fig. E-37

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4. The property of COM1 is displayed. After the setting of the port is


adjusted to the following values and press the OK button.

Bit / Second 9600bps

Data bit 8bit

Parity None

Stop bit 1bit

Flow control None

Fig. E-38

5. "Properties" is selected from the menu bar.

Fig. E-39

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6. After the selection of emulation is made “VT100" clicking Setting by


the property of the file, ASCII Setup… is clicked.

Fig. E-40

7. “ASCII Setup” is opened. Set Line delay 200 milliseconds and click OK .
And OK of the property is clicked. The property is closed.

Fig. E-41

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8. "File and preserve it applying the name" is selected from the menu bar.

Fig. E-42

9. The setup ends if Preservation is clicked.

Fig. E-43

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10. Please confirm the icon of the name (The example: MUX) input to the
directory of HyperTerminal appears.

Fig. E-44

When the PC maintenance function is done, it will do clicking the


icon of the name (The example: MUX.ht) set up in the future.

Please do not do any operation to the device while it is


communicating with PC by using the PC maintenance function
between NEX-SH board.
The communication data might become defective.

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E.12 PC Maintenance Function

Backup of data (download)

It is processed to transmit the content of the memory memorized in NEX-SH


board to be backed up to the PC side in the backup operation of data, to make to
the log file, and to preserve the content.

1. Connection of serial cable

Please connect the serial cable refer to “ serial cable connection


method” before turning on the power supply of the device.

2. Start of HyperTerminal

Please start HyperTerminal after the power supply of PC is turned


on, and Windows starts.

Beginning of download processing


1. Turn on the power.

2. When HyperTerminal is started, the following screens are displayed


HyperTerminal.

Fig. E-45

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3. Please press the Enter (↓) in the window of HyperTerminal.

MAIN> is displayed.

Fig. E-46

Please the characters is not displayed or takes the shape the character, is
displayed on the HyperTerminal screen, and confirm the connection and the
setting.
1. Are NEX-SH board and PC normally connected with the serial cable?
2. Is the setting of the communication of HyperTerminal correct?
3. Are other settings correct?

4. Please input as maintenance and press the Enter (↓).

- Maintenance Mode -

* is displayed.

Therefore, it comes to be able to exchange data between PC and


NEX-SH board.

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Fig. E-47

5. Please input as help and press the Enter (↓).

The list of the use command is displayed.

The list of the use command is shown as follows.

Necessary data is exchanged by inputting the command.

---- <Maintenance Mode Help> ----

Command Content of command

all[r/w] All EPROM stored data.

heaprtec[r/w] APR data

hetubedt[r/w] Tube data

heratio[r/w] Ratio data

hetechinit[r/w] Technique data

hefvrkvdata[r/w] FVR data

hec[r/w] Other setting data

hdose1[r/w] Option setting data1

hdose2[r/w] Option setting data2

hide1[r/w] Personal ID setting data1

hide2[r/w] Personal ID setting data2

hrep[r/w] Usage information data

sstatus[r/w] Status data1

sctrl[r/w] Status data2

help The list of commands is displayed.

exit Return to the main menu.

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6. Please press Enter (↓) after it is input specifying the command of


the data that wants to be taken into PC as “r”.

(Example) When you download the APR data

heaprtec r(↓)

Fig. E-48

7. Download is confirmed. It is displayed as follows.

Data Download to Disk.

Prepare log file.

Hit [Enter] key to start Download.

Fig. E-49

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8. The downloaded file (log file that takes data on the PC side) is specified.
Please select "Forwarding and capture of the text" from the menu bar.

Fig. E-50

9. The log file that takes data is selected.

The log file that takes data opens when Begin is clicked deciding the
file.

Fig. E-51

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10. When Enter (↓) is pushed, it is a kipper including download.

The download data is displayed until download ends.

When download ends, it is displayed as follows.

Data Download completed.

Close Log File.

Hit [Enter] key to Return menu.

Fig. E-52

11. Please select " Capture Text”, and “stop" from the menu bar. The log
file that takes the downloaded data is shut.

Fig. E-53

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If capture text is not stopped, the excess data will be downloaded and the
correct data will not be downloaded.

12. If Enter (↓) is pushed, it becomes a command input waiting. It is


displayed as follows.

Data Download/Upload

1. Download Data to Disk

2. Upload Data form Disk

3. Veryfy Data

E. Exit Data Download/Upload

Fig. E-54

Please download the data that wants to be taken continuously by


operating it from (6) again when you continuously take another
data.

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13. Please input as exit and press the Enter (↓) when you end
download. It is displayed as MAIN >.

Fig. E-55

Refer to the section “Restoration of data(up-loading)” when you want to do


“2. Upload Data from Disk”
It is impossible to do “Verify Data”.

14. HyperTerminal is ended. Please select "End of the file and the hyper
terminal" from the menu bar.

Fig. E-56

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15. Please click Yes . HyperTerminal ends.

Fig. E-57

16. The power supply of PC and the device is turned off, and the serial
cable is removed.

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Restoration of data (up-loading)

It is processed to transmit the content of the up-loading file (file that is


downloaded from NEX-SH board and made) preserved with PC to NEX-SH
board in the up-loading operation of data and to restore the content.

1. Connection of serial cable

Please connect the serial cable refer to “serial cable connection


method” before

turning on the power supply of the device.

2. Start of HyperTerminal

Please start HyperTerminal after the power supply of PC is turned


on, and Windows starts.

Beginning of up-loading processing


1. Turn on the power.

2. When HyperTerminal is started, the following screens are displayed


HyperTerminal.

Fig. E-58

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3. Please press the Enter (↓) in the window of HyperTerminal.

MAIN> is displayed.

Fig. E-59

Please the characters is not displayed or takes the shape the character, is
displayed on the HyperTerminal screen, and confirm the connection and the
setting.
1. Are NEX-SH board and PC normally connected with the serial cable?
2. Is the setting of the communication of HyperTerminal correct?
3. Are other settings correct?

4. Please input as maintenance and press the Enter (↓).

- Maintenance Mode -

* is displayed.

Therefore, it comes to be able to exchange data between PC and


NEX-SH board.

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Fig. E-60

5. Please input as help and press the Enter (↓).

The list of the use command is displayed.

The list of the use command is shown as follows.

Necessary data is exchanged by inputting the command.

---- <Maintenance Mode Help> ----

Command Content of command

all[r/w] All EPROM stored data.

heaprtec[r/w] APR data

hetubedt[r/w] Tube data

heratio[r/w] Ratio data

hetechinit[r/w] Technique data

hefvrkvdata[r/w] FVR data

hec[r/w] Other setting data

hdose1[r/w] Option setting data1

hdose2[r/w] Option setting data2

hide1[r/w] Personal ID setting data1

hide2[r/w] Personal ID setting data2

hrep[r/w] Usage information data

sstatus[r/w] Status data1

sctrl[r/w] Status data2

help The list of commands is displayed.

exit Return to the main menu.

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6. Please push Enter (↓) after it is input specifying the command of


the data that wants to be written from PC as “w”.

(example) When you up-load the APR data

heaprtec w(↓)

Fig. E-61

7. Up-loading is confirmed. It is displayed as follows.

Data Upload from Disk.

Send log file to Serial Port.

Type "END" to exit.

Fig. E-62

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8. The up-loaded log file is specified. Please select "Forwarding and


transmission of the text file" from the menu bar.

Fig. E-63

9. The up-loaded log file is selected. When "Open" is clicked deciding the
log file, it is a kipper including up-loading. It takes time of a few minutes
for up-loading. Please do not operate the terminal until the up-loading
complete is displayed.

Fig. E-64

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10. When up-loading ends, it is displayed as follows.


Data Upload completed.

Hit [Enter] key to Return menu.

Fig. E-65

If up-loading error is displayed, Lengthen “Line delay” time of Fig.E-41 more


than 200 milliseconds and retry up-loading.

11. If Enter (↓) is pushed, it becomes a command input waiting. It is


displayed as follows.

Data Download/Upload

1. Download Data to Disk

2. Upload Data form Disk

3. Veryfy Data

E. Exit Data Download/Upload

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Fig. E-66

Please up-load the data that wants to be written continuously by


operating it from (6) again when you continuously write another
data.

Refer to the section “Backup of data(download)” when you want to do “1.


download Data to Disk”
It is impossible to do “Verify Data”.

12. Please input as exit and press the Enter (↓) when you end
download. It is displayed as MAIN >.

Fig. E-67

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13. HyperTerminal is ended. Please select "End of the file and the hyper
terminal" from the menu bar.

Fig. E-68

14. Please click Yes. HyperTerminal ends.

Fig. E-69

15. The power supply of PC and the device is turned off, and the serial
cable is removed.

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Appendix F
F
Operation of High-Voltage Cable

Chapter Contents

F.1 Spare parts with high-voltage cable

F.2 Installation procedure of the high-voltage generator side plug

F.3 Installation procedure of the X-ray tube assembly side


mini-plug

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Appendix F Operation of High-Voltage Cable

F.1 Spare parts with high-voltage cable

Spare parts of the X-ray tube assembly side mini-plug.

Following parts are included in the ”Mini-plug spare parts kit “(P/N
511-15061-13).

Silicon Rubber jacket 5pc

Silicon washer 5pc

Silicon Oil 5pc

Spare parts of the high-voltage generator side plug.

Contact pin P/N 511-15061-11 (Contact pin + tool)

Silicon packing P/N 532-23029 (3mm thickness)

P/N 532-23061 (2mm thickness)

Please use silicon packing that the thickness is thin (2mm thickness) when you
use the tube voltage meter.

Please exchange the silicon packing, the silicon Rubber jacket and the
silicon washer every year. However, please exchange these silicon
parts when you remove the cable by the repair, check etc.

Please use only a specified silicone oil for the X-rax tube assembly side.
Do not use silicon grease.

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F.2 Installation procedure of the high-voltage generator side plug

F.2 Installation procedure of the high-voltage


generator side plug

1. Make sure that the MINI receptacle socket assembly is clean.

2. Make sure that termination plug and the mounting accessories are
clean.

3. Screw out the Grub Screw and slip the Ring Nut, by making use of its
quasi-ellipse hole, over the sleeve.

4. Wet the Silicone Rubber Jacket and Washer with the Silicone Oil.

5. Fit the Silicone Washer over the Contact Pins as shown above.

6. Insert the plug into the receptacle socket till the front-key hits the
receptacle bottom. Turn the plug till matches the front-key and further
inset the plug.

While inseting the plug it is necessary to push the plug aside to let the air
escape that os captured in front of the plug.

7. Hand tighten the Ring Nut.

8. Tighten the Grub Screw.

Silicone Grub Screw


Washer
Contact Silicone Ring
Pins Rubber Jacket Flange Cable

Ring
Nut Silicone
Oil

Fig. 1 High-voltage cable (High-voltage generator side)

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Appendix F Operation of High-Voltage Cable

F.3 Installation procedure of the X-ray tube


assembly side mini-plug

1. Make sure that the receptacle socket assembly is correctly mounted on


generator is clean.

2. Make sure that termination plug and the mounting accessories are
clean.

3. Screw out the Grub Screw and slip the Ring Nut over the Sleeve.

4. Place the Divided Flange onto the Ring Flange.

5. Wet the Silicone Washer (both side) and the Rubber Gasket with the
Silicon Oil.

6. Fit the Rubber Gasket onto the Plug, against the Ring Flange.

7. Push the Silicone Washer over the Contact Pins.

8. Insert the Termination Plug into the Receptacle Socket (watch the Nipple
on the Plug to ensure correct positioning of the Contact Pins)

9. Hang tighten the Ring Nut.

10. Fasten the grub screw to prevent the rotation of the ring nut.

Silicone Rubber Divided Ring


Packing Gasket Flange Nut Grub Screw

Contact Pin
(Replaceable)

Fig. 2 High-voltage cable (X-ray tube assembly side)

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