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Doc. No.: J DP-003-01-013 /Rev. 3
Microprocessor Revision 5.3 / 5.4
Issue: 2005/02/01

Automatic Film Processor






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JUNGWON PRECISION IND. CO., LTD.
Add : Woolim e-Biz center #608, 170-5, Kuro-3-dong,
Kuro-gu, Seoul, Korea, 152-847
TEL : 82-2-2108, FAX : 82-2-2108-1180
Website : www.jpi.co.kr, E-mail : postmaster@jpi.co.kr
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Introduction

Thank you for your purchase of the JP-33 AUTOMATIC FILM PROCESSOR (which will be
referred to as the processor, system or equipment throughout this manual). This system is
suitable for a variety of setting, which ranges from hospitals to small clinics. You will enjoy the
small footprint, ease of use, reliability and the many other features of this system.




























This manual has been developed to assist with the installation and operation of JP-33.
1. Please make sure to read this manual before you begin using this system.
2. Please keep this manual next to the system for immediate problem solving.
3. Please be aware of the cautions listed in the manual to prevent any problems.



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Contents

1. Safety and Operating Environment
1-1. Warning and Caution for Safety ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
1-2. Installing and Operating Environment ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 5
2. General Information
2-1. Requirement of FCC, IEC, CE, cUL -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7
2-2. Electrical (Replacing Fuse) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7
2-3. Unpacking the system ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
3. Name and Function of Components
3-1. View of Installed unit -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
3-2. Main Components -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10
4. Installation
4-1. Connecting Hose Lines ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11
4-2. Connecting Power Cord ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 16
4-3. Using retractable Feed Tray ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 16
4-4. Leveling the Processor ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 17
4-5. Filling Solutions --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------18
4-6. Installing Rack Assembly --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21
4-7. Setting ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23
4-8. Final Pre-Operation Checks ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 22
5. Operation
5-1. Film Processing Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24
5-2. Using Control Panel --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24
5-3. Daily Start-Up ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 30
5-4. Film Processing -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31
5-5. Daily Shutdown -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 32
5-6. Variable Speed Control (Optional Function) ----------------------------------------------------------------- 32
6. Replenishing Solutions
6-1. Mixing Chemicals of Developer and Fixer ------------------------------------------------------------------- 33
6-2. Filling Tanks in the Processor ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 33
7. Maintenance
7-1. Daily Maintenance ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 34
7-2. Weekly Maintenance -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 34
7-3. Monthly Maintenance ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 34
8. Specification ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 35
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1. Safety and Operating Environment

1.1. Warning and Caution for Safety
The following describes cautionary items and safety protocols. It is important to read the
cautionary items carefully before you start using this system. If the system is not used properly
according to these instructions, the operator may get injured.
The cautionary items for safety are noted as Warning and Caution. Other important points and
notes are provided with supplementary explanation.

! Warning
Warning, indicates a dangerous pre-caution during operation. If not observed by an
operator, it can be extremely harmful to the operator.
Warning (refer to accompanying documents)

! Caution
Caution indicates conditions or practices that can cause damage to the equipment or
other property.

Caution, hot surface.



Protective Conductor Terminal


Alternating current



On (Supply)


Off (Supply)



NOTE
NOTE indicates conditions or practices that can prevent the system from working improperly.









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1.1.1. Safe use of the system
The following are cautionary items for safe use of the system. Please follow the Warnings
and Cautions.

! Warning
Do not remove covers or components, which are fastened by screws. If you dont
follow this warning, the operator can be injury or receive electric shock.

! Warning
Do not remodel the system; it may jeopardize operators safety and affect
system functions. If you need to adjust system functions, please
contact your distributor or JPI directly before making any adjustments.

! Warning
When operating the system, please do not wear accessories such as neckties or
necklaces. Accessories can be caught in the feed-tray or inside the processor.

1.1.2. Be careful when handling chemistry
! Warning
Make sure to put adequate protective gloves and glasses when handling chemistry.
If any chemicals make contact with your eyes, please rinse your eyes with water and
consult a doctor immediately.



! Caution
When the fixer is mixed with developer, it may cause fog on your film. Developer may
also foam and change color.

1.1.3. Leveling the system
! Caution
This system must be placed precisely leveled using the balance bolts of the Processor
and stand. If the processor is not completely leveled it will malfunction and may cause
damage to components. Please do not bump the processor when it is full of chemistry.








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1.2. Installing and Operating Environment
1.2.1. Temperature and humidity in the darkroom
4 Temperature: 10I ~30I (50` ~86` )
4 Humidity: 30% ~80% RH
4 Water temperature: 10I ~30I (50` ~86` )
4 Ventilation: 250 Cubic Feet per Minute exhaust fan ventilating out side of dark room.

1.2.2. Ventilation
Insufficient ventilation of the darkroom would not be good for operators health. And, it
may cause insufficient drying of films and may contribute to rusting of some components.
Proper ventilation is required by use of exhaust fan.

1.2.3. Pre-checking for other installation conditions
Please check if all environmental conditions for installation comply with the specifications of
J P-33.
4 This equipment must indoor and altitude within to 2000m use
4 Main supply voltage fluctuations not to exceed 10% of the nominal voltage ;
transient over voltages according to INSTALLUTION
CATEGORIES(OVERVOLTAGE CATEGORIES).
4 POLLUTION DEGREE 2.
4 Actual AC power voltage and frequency.
4 Optimal pressure tap water should be supplied and equipped with an adjustment valve.
4 Drainage facilities or wastewater tanks should be prepared near the processor to drain
wastewater. It is recommended that the overflow hose do not exceed 1.0 meter from
J P-33 to prevent bending of hoses, which can cause spillage.

The installation of the system should be on a perfectly flat surface. The system must be
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1.2.4. ESD (Electric State of Discharging)
ESD means an electrostatic discharge to be generated from contacts between objects which
have been charged by atmospheric ions in dry place. When an electric discharge occurs, the
possibility of electric damage to be high. But the electric discharge is little harmful to human
body, because the electric discharge is very low.


In the industrial machine being installed the circuit inside, this equipment includes parts and
assemblies sensitive to damage from ESD. If Anti-static device is not installed, the industrial
machine will take damages from an instant electric shock causing the malfunctions of electric
circuit. So it is recommended that Anti-static device be installed inside of industrial machine.

2. General Information

2.1. Requirement of FCC, IEC, CE, cUL
! Caution
This equipment must be plugged into a three prong (2P + Earth) AC socket.

NOTE
This equipment has been tested and complies with the limits of Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interferences when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment.

NOTE

















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2. General Information

2.1. Requirement of FCC, IEC, CE, cUL
! Caution
This equipment must be plugged into a three prongs (2P + Earth) AC socket.

NOTE
This equipment has been tested and complies with the limits of Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interferences when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment.

NOTE
Classification
- Type of protection against electric shock : Class 1 equipment.
- Degree of protection against entry of water : Ordinary (IPXO)
- EMC : Immunity class A, Emission class A

2.2. ELECTRICAL (Replacing Fuse)
! Warning
Before replacing a fuse, the system must be turned off and unplugged.
Fuse only use T or F 8 AH type.

2.2.1 Replacing procedure
1) In order to replace any blown fuse; please rotate the fuse holder cap first and pull out.
2) Check both fuses.
3) The fuse must be replaced with a proper rated fuse, see section 2.2.2.
4) After replacing fuses, please insert the cap into the original position of the fuse holder, and
rotate to lock.








2.2.2 Rating and characteristics of fuses used
4 Type of specified fuse : FUSE 250V FA 314 8A (Dimension : x 32)
4 Current rate : 8A
4 Voltage rate: 250V


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2.3. Unpacking the system
1) Please open the carton and remove packing material.
2) Please remove the contents of carton.
3) Please use the following packing list to make sure all contents are included.


Packing Description (Standard Type)

Side View Top View




C C

C C


C C C



C J P33 Processor
C DEV Rack Assembly (enclose in theJ P-33 main-body)
C FIX Rack Assembly (enclose in the J P-33 main body)
C WASH Rack Assembly
C DEV chemical tank with bellows accessory kit
- Water inlet hoses
- DEV, FIX, WASH hoses for O/F (over-flow)
- Drain valve for DEV, FIX, WASH with Drain hoses
DEV, FIX chemical tanks with lid floater
- DEV, FIX hoses with pipe kits for RPL
- Cover of DEV, FIX Racks
- Lid Floater of DEV, FIX tanks
- Pitcher (Beaker)
- Extend Bracket for Foot Bolt (Optional for Desk-Top J P-33)
- Standard spare parts
C Instruction Manual
Stand Table
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3. Names and Funtions of Components

3.1. View of Installed unit











1) Stand Table ---------------------------------------------- F63-32003
2) Water Inlet Hose ---------------------------------------- F63-14021
3) AC Power Wall Socket --------------------------------- N/A
4) AC Power Cord ----------------------------------------- F63-21017
5) J P-33 Main-Body --------------------------------------- F63-00002
6) Replenishment Tank ------------------------------------ F63-32001
7) EXT Drain Tanks and Water Drain Fitting ----------- N/A
8) DEV and FIX RPL Hoses -------------------------------- F63-14009A
9) DEV, FIX, WASH Drain Hoses ----------------------- F63-14009B
10) DEV, FIX, WASH Over-Flow Hoses --------------- F63-14009C
11) Solenoid Valve of Water Inlet ------------------------ F63-21010
12) Drain Valve --------------------------------------------- F63-32003

NOTE
The above installation applies for the standard type JP-33.



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3-2. Main Components of JP-33










1) Main Body ----------------------------------------------------------- F63-00002
2) Top Cover ------------------------------------------------------------ F63-00001
3) Developer Rack with its Rack-Cover ----------------------------- F63-00004/F63-12015
4) Fixer Rack with its Rack-Cover ----------------------------------- F63-00005/F63-12016
5) Washer & Dryer Rack with Inner Casing for Dryer ------------ F63-00006
6) Control Panel & LCD Display with Control Button ------------ F63-23002
7) Film Feed-Tray: Retractable Tray --------------------------------- F63-11016
8) Developer, Fixer Inlet Nipple: Hose Line --------------------------- F63-11018
9) Water Inlet: Connect to Water Supply ---------------------------- F63-12025
10) Balance Bolts: Adjustable for Leveling the Processor. --------- F63-32005
11) Water Over-Flow Nipple -------------------------------------------- F63-12023
12) FIX Chemical Over-Flow Nipple ---------------------------------- F63-12023
13) DEV Chemical Over-Flow Nipple --------------------------------- F63-12023
14) DEV, FIX, WASH Drain Valves ------------------------------------ F63-32003
15) DEV, FIX, WASH Drain Nipples ---------------------------------- F63-12029
16) Power Switch --------------------------------------------------------- F63-21013


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4. Installation

4.1. Connecting Hose Lines
4.1.1. Preparation for Installation
Color Codes for Hoses.
4 Developer : Red Hoses
4 Fixer : Blue Hoses
4 Washer : Clear Hoses (or Black)

TIP: A twisting action when connecting and disconnecting hoses will make it easier.
Lubricating hose with water will help with connection.

4.1.2. Marking for the Connection of Hose Lines
4 Please check labels on each hose before your connecting.

4 Please locate inscriptions on the front of the processor.

Standard Type (Wash Water supplying from the tap-water)











For the closed loop water systems (Wash Water from the external tank)










(1) DRAIN: Chemical or water drain out of the processor.
(2) IN (Replenishment): Replenishment of chemistry from external tanks for
developer and fixer.
(3) Water-In: Replenishment of water from the external tanks or water source.
(4) O/F (Overflow): O/F Nipples are located on the bottom of the processor
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Hose Connection for Over-Flow

NOTE
All over flow nipples are located under main body.










This diagram is shown under main-body.










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4.1.3. Plumbing hose lines
The following instruction shows how to connect hose lines for different kinds of water
Connections. Each hose is labeled appropriately.

1) Water-inlet using provided 6 water hose (Using tap water)
Front View of Main Body





DEV
Chemical
Tank
Use Fix RPL hose with pipe

FIX
Chemical
Tank
Use DEV RPL
hose with pipe




Bottom of Main Body


Water, DEV, FIX - Over Flow Nipple
.
NOTE

Replenishment hoses should be cut to custom fit permanent location of tanks.
RPL hoses should not hang freely below tank level.

Rear View of Main Body for Water-Inlet


Solenoid Valve
From Water
Service

NOTE
The J P-33 processor has a one-inch air gap; which performs as a back flow
prevention devise. (its optional)

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External Tanks and
WASH
Water Drainage


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2) CLOSE LOOP UNIT (WITHOUT TAP WATER CONNECTION)

Front View of Main Body









Bottom of Main Body


Water, DEV, FIX - Over Flow Nipple



! Caution
To prevent any confusion we recommend that the designated hoses and tanks are
connected with assigned colors and are positioned in the displayed location.
Use a short Pipe for O/F, Drain Use a long Pipe for RPL







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External Tanks and
WASH
Water Drainage
DEV
Chemical
Tank
FIX
Chemical
Tank
Wash
Water Tank


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! Caution
Please check the following after connecting the hose.
Please make sure that the drain valve is CLOSED.
It would be very dangerous to pour in the chemical without closing the Drain Valve.




Closed Valve Opened Valve

In case, Drain Valve located on the man-body under











Using the Drain Valve

! Caution
The Over Flow and Drain hoses must be connected in their designated positions.
The end of the hose must submerged in chemistry or water (See figures below).
If the end of the hose is submerged in solution, it will interfere with the drainage and
may not drain properly which can cause spilling.








Easy
Drain



Recommended (O) Not Recommended (X)



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Hose is
touching
the water o
chemical
r


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4.2. Connecting Power Cord
The Power Cord must be connected to an AC Line providing a ground terminal.
The processor will need a dedicated power source. This power source should not be shared with any
other equipment. In addition we highly recommend the use of a surge protector to protect the system
from electrical surge.

! Caution
Overload Circuit Breaker Standard : Use 250V 25A (120V 35A) Capacity.

4.3. Using the retractable Feed Tray
1. Please open the feed tray as shown below.
2. When extra space is needed in the dark room, you can retract the feed tray. In addition to extra space,
when retracted, it provides better ventilation and will reduce condensation.
3. Inspection after Installation
Please make sure to check that the film feed sensor is positioned properly.

Opening the feed tray Folding the feed tray

* It is recommended that feed tray is in retracted position when
processor is not in use, in the evening or during standby.

NOTE
4 When processing film do not retract feed tray until film is completely processed.
4 When feed tray is retracted the processor is not light tight.


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4.4. Leveling the Processor
1. It is very important to place J P-33 on a secure and level surface.
2. If processor is place on an unleveled surface, the processor will not function properly.
3. It is strongly recommended that the stand be leveled before the processor is placed in position. Once
processor is in position, please make sure to level processor as well.
4. It is highly recommended a leveler is used to make sure processor is perfectly leveled. Please level the
processor by adjusting balance bolts as per the following figure.

Leveling the processor
NOTE
The J P-33 comes with a durable pre-assembled stand. It is recommended that the stand is
used for all installations. If for any reason the stand is not used, please take appropreate
actions to make sure the suface being used is perfectly leveled and the processor is secured in
position and cannot be moved by user at any time.

4-4.1. The Desk-Top Style Installing










When the installation of the Desk-Top, the
Extension Bracket.be applied.
This Bracket makes the plumbing easy
and prevents hoses from damage.
Extention Bracket can be supplied optional.
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4.5. Filling Solutions
4.5.1 Mixing the Developer and Fixer Replenishment.
For further information, please refer to section 6. Replenishing Solutions.
1. Mixing the Developer and Fixer Replenishment
2. Filling the Tanks in the processor

4.5.2 Filling the Tank in the Process
Tanks must be full before turning processor on.

NOTE
Please contact your chemistry supplier for the proper mixture of chemistry.

A) Please make sure to remove any artifacts from the developer, fixer, and washer tanks.
B) When filling processor tanks, please make sure all drain valves are closed.
C) The Valves should always remain closed except when removing air from the pipelines or
ing system. drain

Closed Valve



D) When filling processor tanks without installing the Rack Assembly, make sure chemistry and
water level is lower than the scale in the tank.






Wash Tank Fix Tank DEV Tank






Fill below the marking level.









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! Caution

For Preventing Air-Bubble Problem
This method should be applied when first chemicals poured at initial setup for preventing Air
Bubble problem.

1) Remove the drain-filter of DEV, FIX tanks.
2) About 200ml chemicals pour directly to the Nipple Hole of Drain Filter for filling in the hole
inner.
3) Please wait till when air-bubble discharging enough in hole inside.
4) Remaining chemicals poured in DEV, FIX tanks.















This method applied when initial setup of Developer or Fixer replenishing.
If air bubble not removed enough, the following problems would happen.
The circulation-pump not work, so that chemical temperature to be low or high.
Fresh chemical can not replenished, so that the aging to be very fast, and image quality to be
bad.

E) Wash water supply.
4 Supply of wash water is very important. If wash water pressure is too high it can
contribute to an overflow. The water level sensor of the JP-33 will automatically
stop the water supply, prevent overflow.
4 Please check if the sensor is operating appropriately by moving float up and down
4 The processor has an adjustable feature which when activated will automatically
fill wash tank on startup. This feature is to be used in areas where alga is a
problem. In such areas, the user is recommended to drain processor daily and
activate the automatic water refill to fill wash tank on start up.

F) Please check for any leaks. If there is any chemical leakage, please find the point of leakage
immediately. Open drain valves and remove chemical contents from the tanks.
Immediately contact your supplier for further instructions.
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4.5.3. Remove Any Air Bubbles in Pumps or Hose Lines

NOTE
It is very important to remove any air bubbles in the pumps and hoses, after installation,
chemistry refill and cleanings.

Please follow the following instructions to remove air bubbles:

1
st
) Turn the processor power off.
2
nd
) Open the drain valves temporarily to remove any air from the pipelines.
3
rd
) Leave the drain valves Open for 5-20 seconds while checking the tank nozzle and
chemical flow of developer and fixer in the replenishment hose. Any excess air in the
pumps or hose lines will be removed automatically.
4
th
) After air bubbles are removed, please close the drain valve (but first make sure the
chemistry circulates properly).
5
th
) Turn the processor power on.
6
th
) Please activate the replenishment pump by manipulating the film sensor switch 4 or 5
times manually.
7th) If you still have air bubbles, please repeat the above procedures.

Procedure for removing Any Air Bubbles in Pumps or Hoses

Power Switch OFF Open the Drain Valve




Close the Drain Valve




Check the air bubble in hose
Power Switch ON


Check the chemical circulation and replenishment



4.5.4. Check Chemical Circulation and Replenishment
1) If you hear a quack-like sound, it means that air bubbles are not completely removed from
the circulation pump.

4 In this case, please turn off the power supply immediately, open the valves, and wait 1
minute. Please repeat the above procedure once more.

2) If chemicals are not circulating, please check the flow of chemicals in replenishment hose.
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4.6 Installing Rack Assemblies
4.6.1 The Location of Racks.

Wash and
Dry Rack

Black
FIX
Rack

Blue
DEV
Rack

Red


Feed Tray





Blower Fan
Control Panel


4.6.2. Checking the Surface of Rack Roller
Please make sure to clean all the racks before inserting them into position.

NOTE
Please use water when cleaning the surface of the rack rollers. And, please make sure to
clean the Rollers by rotating rack smoothly. Dont apply pressure on the rollers during
cleaning.

Before installing rack, place each rack on a flat surface. All racks must be squared by making
sure all the side plates are flush with the surface. If plates are not flush with the surface apply
pressure on side of plates for adjustments.


! Caution
Do not apply pressure on rollers or guides; only apply pressure to side rack plates
only when squaring racks.














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4.6.3. Check Points for Installation of Racks.
Please do not shake the processor while installing the rack.
( Racks should be installed properly in the brackets on the bottom and side of the tank.




















Please make sure Worm Gear is positioned properly in worm.







Once all racks are in place, make sure all side plates are flush with adjacent rack.

Finally close all rack locks to keep racks in position.









! Caution
If racks are not installed properly the system will not function well. You will
experience film jams, racks will jump and the top cover may not fit properly.

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4.7 Setting
1. Users can customize and configure the parameters of the processor.
2. The following setting can be customized for each user:
4 Developer and Fixer Temperature
4 Clock (Hour, Minute, Second of the Local Time)
4 Dryer temperature
4 Developer and Fixer Replenishment Time
4 Processing Running Time. (Variable Developing Speed : Optional)
4 Default Mode: Return to factory setting.
4 Wash Water Refill: Select application or not.
3. Please refer to the Operation section, #5, for more details about the above functions


3.8. Final Pre-Operation Checks
1. Please check the following when you finish installing the J P-33.
4 There should be no mechanical or friction noise.
4 There should be no overheating or burning smell from the heat generating areas.
2. Please remove any artifacts in the tanks or on surface of rollers by running at least 5 virgin
films.
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3. Please run one test film after cleaning and pre-heating. The developed film quality can be
impacted by the processor settings, such as temperature, developing speed (for variable speed
option only), chemical replenishment time, etc.









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5. Operation

5.1. Film Processing Procedure











5.2. Using the Control Panel
5.2.1. Identifying the Control Panel Parts

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1. LCD displays function,
configuration and status of
operation.

2. LED Indicator Ready Light

3. UP Key to increase values

4. DOWN Key to decrease values

5. MODE Key for Function
selection
Drying Film Receive Complete Processing
Developing Fixing Washing
Power ON System Ready.
System Set for
Processing Condition.
Insert Film


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5.2.2. Operating and Function Control
All functions of the J P-33 will be displayed on the LCD on the Control Panel.

NOTE
System Operation Status will be indicated in the following 3 ways:
4 Text Display in LCD Window.
4 Color Display in Ready LED Indicator.
4 Color Display in Film Loading Pilot on Feed-Tray.
4 Audio Indicator (by Buzzer Sounds).

(1) Turn the Power ON
The power switch is in the front right side of the processor.

(2) Initial Self-Checking System (and Wash Water refill automatically)

System Checking
DEV 89F 32.0C
Display the Developer-Setting Temperature




System Checking
DRY 131F 55C
( Display the Dryer-Setting Temperature



System Checking
RPL TIME SET
Display the Chemical-Replenishment Time



Wash Water
Refill
Wash Water refill automatically (Displayed bellow)
Please check water-service supplying and tap water.



WAIT PM 21: 33
DEV 89F 32.0C
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Waiting for warm up







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(3) Stand-By : Stand-by for film developing.
The following appears on the display during stand-by:
Clock


Temperature

Clock: Displaying local time.
( Temperature: Displaying temperature of developer.

(4) Processing
The following appears on display during processing:

Counter

Timer

Operating Status Display

Counter: Film processing counting, ranging from 00 to 999.
( Timer: Processing Running time.
Status: Processing status.
Feed In Developing Ventilate Stand-By

(5) Film processing counter
A range is from 00 to maximum 999.

NOTE
If you want to reset to zero, please press control buttons, UP and DOWN together.

(6) Processing Procedure
1
st Start
: Insert film into the Film Feed Tray.
When the film-sensor detects the film, the display on the system indicates [Feed
In] and the system beeps once.
When its ready to receive the next film, the system will beep twice.
2
nd
Display [Developing] : DEV FIX WASH DRY in Process.
3
rd
Display [Ventilate] : After developing finishes, the processor goes into ventilate mode.





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Stand By am 12:00
DEV 89F 32.0C
Processing 0010
Feed In 00:25


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NOTE
Pilot Indicator of Film Loading in Feed-Tray

Usage
- Pilot Indicator makes a film feed tray found with ease in a darkroom.
- Signal Indicator Function is working when film inserting conditions ready.





















! Caution
Error Overlapping Films
- Buzzer: sound an error beeping.(i.e., beep, beep)
- Display: Film In error on the LCD.
When you want to develop films consecutively, the following film should not overlap
a previous film. After inserting the first film, please wait for hearing two beeps
before inserting a next film.

! Caution
You must not allow any source of light exposure during the film feeding. Feed tray
must stay in film feed position until all films have been developed.





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5.2.3. Setting System functions
You can set the system functions by pressing MODE key for 5 seconds, until system beeps.
The following appears on display.
By pressing MODE key for 5 seconds until system beeps, it goes into the System
Setting Mode.





NOTE
The following procedures show how to manipulate the System Settings:
After pressing mode key.
( Use the UP and Down buttons to search for function to be set.
Once finding function press MODE key.
Press UP and DOWN keys to increase or decrease the value of the selected
function.
Press MODE key to save new setting.

4 Setting Developer and Fixer Temperature (Value is 25 to 40)
Developer and Fixer Temperature adjusted to meet your film and chemistry requirements.
Generally, standard temperature for Green Sensitive Film is 32I &67` ' | 12I &71` ' at
90~120 sec of processing time.

4 Setting Dryer Temperature (Value is 45, 50, 55 degree.)
Generally, the standard drying temperature for green film is 45I or 55I &II1 mp I00` ' .

4 Developer and Fixer Replenishment Time (Value is 00 to 60)
You can set the replenishment rate. Usually, the chemical replenishment time per film is
15 seconds. This is equivalent to 20 ml of chemistry.

NOTE
If the user chooses to set the replenishment rate at 00, the processor will continue to
replenish chemicals as long as the film sensor detects film in the feed tray.

4 Clock Adjustment (Hour, Minute)
You can set local time.



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SET SYSTEM
DEV Temp [ * ]


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4 Setting the Processing Time (Value is 90, 120, 180, 210 seconds)
This option is only available for JP-33 Variable Speed.
This function is use with motor speed controller (You can see page section 5.6).

NOTE
If your processor does not have a variable speed controller, it is single speed and factory
set to 90 seconds. Please make sure to order your desired speed.

4 Setting the Wash-water refill mode
This function is to select the Automatic Wash-Water Refill on start up.
- Auto Refill Off: not applicant wash-water auto refill.
- Auto Refill On: applicant wash-water auto refill.

4 Default Mode: Set to the Factory Condition.
You can use this mode if you want all the System Setting values to return back to the
factorys pre-set values.

NOTE Condition of factorys pre-set value
- Set DEV temperature : 32C
- Set DRY temperature : 55C
- Set RPL time : 7 seconds
- Set Processing time : 90 seconds
- Set Wash water-refill : Auto

5.2.3. Ready Indicator and Beep Sounds
Ready Indicator
The Ready Indicator activates, when the developer temperature reaches the set value.
( Beeping Sounds
4 Beep 1 time: Ready for film feeding.
4 Beep 2 times: Ready for next film.
4 Beep 3 times: Developing is finished.
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4 Sound an error beeping: Indicates an errors such as film sensor error, film overlapping
error, temperature sensor error, system error (power reboot error) etc.








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5.3. Daily Start-up
5.3.1. Water Supply (Regular tap water)
. Open water valve. Water Valve




5.3.2. Open Feed-Tray






5.3.3. Power ON






Set the Power-Switch to ON.
Wash-water can refill automatically during the system warm-up.

5.3.4. Warm-up
J P-33 requires a pre-heating time to reach the setting temperatures. The pre-heating time varies
depending on environmental conditions. Normally, it takes 20 minutes at room temperature.

NOTE
The following indicates system is ready for processing:
4 The LCD will Display Stand-By.
4 Ready LED Indicator and Pilot Indicator will light.
4 Depending on room temperature and usage, the developer temperature may drop and
the system will go into stand by to bring developer temperature to desired setting. In
the event this happens please wait for the system to warm up and the ready light to
illuminate.
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5.4. Film Processing
! Warning
When the system is operating, please do not wear accessories such as neckties or necklaces.
Accessories may get caught in the feed-tray or inside the processor.

5.4.1. Cleaning Processor Rollers
Please insert 2~3 sheets of cleaning film, larger than 10 x 12, before processing to remove any
unnecessary artifacts on the rollers.

5.4.2. Insert Film into the Feed-Tray.

NOTE
Insert all films on left or right edge of feed-tray.








5.4.3. Film Feed Sensor will activate.
Buzzer Beeps once
( The LCD display will display Processing
Ready LED Indicator (color is red) is turn off.
Pilot Indicator (color is red) is turn off..

When you want to develop films continuously, the next film should not overlap the previous
film. After inserting a film, please wait for the 2 beeps before inserting your next film.

NOTE
If films are overlapped, the buzzer sound continuously and the LCD Displays Film In Error.

5.4.4. Film Transport
After a film clears the feed tray, it will go through the following tanks.
(DEV FIX WASH DRY DISCHARGE)
( When processing is completed, the LCD will display Finish and the Ready LED Indicator
will turn on.
The developed film is dropped into the receiving bin, on top of processor, ready for viewing.


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Feed-Tray
Film


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5.4.5. Retracting the feed tray
During stand by, it is recommended that the feed-tray be retracted for ventilation.










Ventilation

5.5. Daily Shutdown
5.5.1. Turn the processors power off

5.5.2. Retract the feed tray
For proper ventilation of the tanks.

5.5.3. Close the Water Valve

NOTE
Do not turn off the ventilation fan in the darkroom. If the darkroom does not have a fan,
please leave the darkroom door open. It is highly recommended a ventilation fan be installed.


5.6. Variable Speed Control (This function is only available on the variable speed units)













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6. Replenishing Solutions
6.1. Mixing Developer and Fixer Chemicals
Please contact your chemistry supplier for the proper mixture of chemistry

NOTE
As the chemicals are highly concentrated liquids, crystals may appear on rollers or in processor
tanks. In this case, please pour warm water (about 45I - II1` ) to dilute the chemicals.

NOTE
The appropriate replenishment rate will dependent on the condition required for your chemistry.
Please check with your chemistry supplier.
.
6-2. Filling Tanks in the Processor
6.2.1. Prepare for filling
(1) Turn the System off.
(2) Unplug the processor from Electric outlet.
(3) Turn off water supply.
(4) Drain Valves must be closed.

6.2.2. Cleaning
(5) Remove the FIX-rack and DEV-rack covers.
(6) Remove DEV-rack and FIX-rack
(7) Wipe the Developer-Tank and the Fixer-Tank with a clean towel.
(8) Rinse the Pitcher (supplied with every processor).

6.2.3. Filling

(9) Carefully pour fixer solution into the FIX-tank.
(10) Rinse the Pitcher.

NOTE
Please avoid contaminating the developer by removing any fixer drops from the empty
Developer tank. Please clean pitcher after each use.

(11) Second, pour developer solution into the DEV-tank.
(12) Place Fixer Rack, Developer Rack and Rack covers carefully in place.

6.2.4. Turn-ON the system.
(13) Plug in the processor to the electrical outlet and turn on the power-switch.
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(14) Turn-ON the tap water-valve to the processor.



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7. Maintenance

NOTE
For trouble-free operation, please follow the following instructions.

7.1. Daily Maintenance
(1) It is recommended that the processor is run everyday at least 30 minutes to maintain the best
working condition.
(2) Turn off the processor at the end of the day.
(3) Close off the water valve at the end of the day.
(4) To combat alga please drain water tank at the end of each day.

7.2. Weekly Maintenance

! Caution
When you install or remove the Fixer-Rack, please be careful not to splash fixer into the
Developer-Tank. Please do not attempt to clean developer stains completely off the Rack
or the Tank.

7.2.1. Cleaning
(1) Please remove all the racks, rinse them with water, and remove any artifacts with a damp towel.
- Remove any crystals from the Drive-gear.
- Rotate the Drive shaft by hand to check that each Roller rotates smoothly.
- Check the Roller surfaces for any damages.
(2) Please wipe under the Top-Cover.
(3) If any developer splashes onto the Feed Tray, please wipe it off.

7.2.2. Inspection
(1) Please ensure that the processor is precisely leveled.
- If the processor is not leveled, please adjust the balance bolt of the stand and processor.
(2) Please make sure that the Drain and O/F (over-flow)-Hoses are not bent or torn.

7.3. Monthly Maintenance
(1) Please unplug electric cord, and drain chemicals from the tanks.
(2) Use soft sponge to clean the racks. Be careful not to damage the rubber rollers.
(3) Check that all the rollers are rotating smoothly.
(4) Check each tank for crystal formation from the solution. If crystals are found, please wipe them
off immediately.
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(5) In addition, please follow the daily and weekly maintenance steps.


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Specification

GENERAL SPECIFICATION Model No. JP-33

Description Specification
Processor type Continuous roller transport system
Standard : 95 seconds
Processing time
Optional : 90 to 230 seconds variable speed system
Film size From 4L 4L (10cm 10cm) up to 14L 17L (35cm 43cm)
100 sheets per hour (Mixed film size)
Processing capacity
* at 95 seconds standard processing time
Automatic microprocessor controlled
* Temperature control range : 28 ~38I (82 ~100` )
Developer
Temperature
* Temperature can be easily changed and re-set
Automatic microprocessor controlled
* Temperature control range : maximum 45 ~55I (113~131` ) Dryer temperature
* Temperature can be easily changed and re-set
Circulation mode Anti-crystallization by automatic circulation and jog cycle
Automatic microprocessor and manual - controlled
Replenishment mode
* Anti-oxidation replenishment by bellows pump
Dryer type Blower-Heater
Film feed sensor Reed switches with magnetic sensor
Developer : 5.0 litters (1.32 gallons)
Fixer : 5.0 litters (1.32 gallons) Tank capacities
Washer : 6.0 litters (1.58 gallons)
Water consumption 1.5 liter (0.4 gallon) per minute
Operation mode : 1.5 KW
Power Consumption
Stand-by mode : 0.8 KW
AC 220 ~240 volt, 50 or 60 Hz, single phase
Electrical Supply
AC 110 ~120 volt, 50 or 60 Hz, single phase
Closed the feed tray : Length 63.5cm (25.0 inches)
Height 38.5cm (15.0 inches)
Width 52.5cm (20.6 inches)
Opened the feed tray : Length 86.5cm (34.9 inches)
Height 38.5cm (15.0 inches)
Dimensions
Width 52.5cm (20.6 inches)
Net : 35kg (77.1 lbs.)
Weight
Gross : 77kg (169.8 lbs.)
Replenishment Tanks : 25 liters (7.0 gallons) / 2pieces
Standard Accessory
Hoses/Pre assembled Stand / Manual / Standard Spare Parts Kit.
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