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MEDICAL IMAGING

M EDICAL I MAGING Maintenance Instructions

Maintenance

Instructions

Order No.: DD+DIS237.01E

*1URH1Q1*

1 Piece URH1Q MA1

Drystar 3000

Type 5361

4 th Edition

4 Edition These maintenance instructions can also be ordered separately. Order number: DD+DIS237.01E
4 Edition These maintenance instructions can also be ordered separately. Order number: DD+DIS237.01E

These maintenance instructions can also be ordered separately. Order number: DD+DIS237.01E

printed in Germany

11 / 2001

M EDICAL I MAGING Maintenance Instructions Order No.: DD+DIS237.01E *1URH1Q1* 1 Piece URH1Q MA1 Drystar 3000

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Maintenance Instructions

Section 12

List of Contents

  • 1 Safety issues

1

  • 1.1 Transport after installation

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2

  • 1.2 Environmental regulations and waste disposal

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2

  • 1.3 EMC issues

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2

  • 1.4 Compliances .............................................................................................

2

  • 1.5 I/O connectors

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2

  • 2 General notes

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3

  • 3 Tools / material for maintenance

4

  • 3.1 Tools

4

  • 3.2 Cleaning material and lubricants

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4

  • 3.3 Spare parts list for maintenance work

4

  • 4 Maintenance points - machine on

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  • 4.1 ...............................................................................................

Diagnostics

6

  • 4.2 .............................................................................................

Preparations

6

  • 4.2.1 Printing of a SMPTE test image

7

  • 4.2.2 Printing of a flatfield

8

  • 5 Maintenance points – machine off

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9

General

  • 5.1 ......................................................................................................

9

  • 5.2 Film loading assembly

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  • 5.3 ............................................................................................

Print engine

  • 5.4 ..............................................................................................

Decurl unit

10

11

VME rack

  • 5.5 .................................................................................................

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  • 6 Maintenance points – machine on

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  • 7 Completion of maintenance

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Appendix: Maintenance checklist

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Maintenance Instructions

  • 1 Safety issues When operating or maintaining the Drystar 3000, always observe the following safety guidelines:

Have electrical or mechanical defects repaired by skilled personnel only!

Do not override or disconnect the integrated safety features.

Always switch off the Drystar 3000 and disconnect the power cord from the outlet before carrying out any maintenance work.

Always take into account the markings provided on the inside and outside of the printer. A brief overview of these markings and their meaning is given below.

Safety warning, indicating that the Drystar 3000 User and Reference manuals

Safety warning, indicating that the Drystar 3000 User and Reference manuals

should be consulted before making any connections to other equipment. The

use of accessory equipment not complying with the equivalent safety requirements of this printer may lead to a reduced level of safety of the resulting system. Consideration relating to the choice of accessory equipment shall include:

 
  • - Use of the accessory equipment in the patient vicinity,

  • - Evidence that the safety certification of the accessory equipment has been performed in accordance with the appropriate IEC 601-1 and IEC 601-1-1 harmonized national standard.

In addition all configurations must comply with the medical electrical systems standard IEC601-1-1. The party that makes the connections acts as system configurator and is responsible for complying with the systems standard.

If required contact your Agfa Service Organization.

In order to reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove any covers.

In order to reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove any covers.

Caution hot:

Caution hot:

Keep hands clear from the decurl unit.

Type B equipment:

Type B equipment:

Indicates that the Drystar 3000 complies with the limits for type B equipment.

 

Supplementary protective earth connector:

Provides a connection between the Drystar 3000 and the potential equalization

Provides a connection between the Drystar 3000 and the potential equalization

busbar of the electrical system as found in medical environments. This plug should never be unplugged before the power is turned off and the power plug has been removed.

 

Intergrounding connector:

Provides a connection between the printer and other equipment which might exhibit minor ground potential differences. These differences may degrade the quality of communication between different equipment. Never remove connec- tions to this terminal.

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  • 1.1 Transport after installation The user has to be very cautious concerning stability, when moving the printer. When doing this, he has to take into account the condition and the structure of the subsoil, obstructions and slopes. The appliance can only be transported with all covers closed. The brakes have to be loose. The appliance may not be transported continuously from one location to the other. Ventilation openings may not be covered. The Drystar 3000 is suitable for continuous operation. The Drystar 3000 enables or aids in the diagnosis of a patient. Refer to the Drystar 3000 Reference Manual for compliance with international regulations.

  • 1.2 Environmental regulations and waste disposal In most countries Drystar film is considered industrial waste and consequently it is not allowed to dispose of it as household waste. Please consult your local waste disposal regulations. Agfa recommends to have waste Drystar film hauled away by a licensed company for recovering the silver. After its life span, do not dispose of the Drystar 3000 without consideration of local waste disposal regulations. Please consult your local sales organization.

  • 1.3 EMC issues USA: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at its own expense. If required, contact the Agfa Service organization. Canada: This class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference- Causing Equipment Regulations. EC: This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

  • 1.4 Compliances This equipment complies with the Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC and with the standards UL2601-1 of Underwriters Laboratories and CSA 22.2 No.601.1-M90 of the Canadian Standards Association.

  • 1.5 I/O connectors Refer to the Drystar 3000 Reference Manual for more information.

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Maintenance Instructions

  • 2 General notes The maintenance instructions are to be considered confidential. Maintenance must be carried out every 12 months or always after 15.000 prints.

To ensure quality and functional reliability of the system all the points listed below (minimum maintenance points) must be carried out.

The maintenance points have been arranged in a chronologically suitable order to make the work routines as efficient as possible.

The sequence of the maintenance points in the checklist (see appendix) is identical with these maintenance instructions.

If there is a detailed description for a certain maintenance point in the service documentation, this will be noted in the column "details".

During the maintenance procedure always consider the safety instructions, see TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION section 6 / 1.

Please check if it is necessary to include country specific regulations as additional maintenance points!

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  • 3 Tools / material for maintenance

    • 3.1 Tools

Order Number

Tools

 

Service PC

CM+9.9999.0830.0

Wrist strap

CM+9.9999.0907.0

Service key for the cover-switch

CM+9.9999.1023.0

Densitometer

Commercially available

Flash light

  • 3.2 Cleaning material and lubricants The following lubricants and cleaning substances are required for the maintenance:

Order Number

Tools

Commercially available

Vacuum cleaner

Commercially available

Anti-static cloth

Commercially available

Cloth

Commercially available

Alcohol (Ethanol C2H5OH)

Commercially available

Ink eraser for paper, recommended type: Pelican, type BE20 (1BE20 602169).

EB+53610820

Grease: Kluber 46MR401

  • 3.3 Spare parts list for maintenance work The following spare parts are to be taken along for maintenance:

Order Number

Tools / Parts

CM+3097380

Film feeding roller

CM+3097820

Flat belt for drum

CM+3097830

Toothed belt for drum

CM+3097902

Film pickup roller

CM+3097980

Electrostatic brush

CM+3098070

Toothed belt for decurl unit

CM+3098431

New protection plate

CM+3098901

Film guiding unit for th

CM+3099132

Complete decurl unit

CM+3099450

Halogen lamp for densitometer

CM+3099510

Dust protection filter

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Order Number

Tools / Parts

 

CM+3099160

Small components kit, consists of

 

2

x

Right gear wheel 20t

2

x

Gear wheel xl 12t

2

x

Right gear wheel 18t

2

x

Wedge a3*3*6 din 6885

2

x

Gear wheel xl (32t)

2

x

Right gear wheel (12t)

2

x

Right gear wheel (30t)

2

x

Right gear wheel 22t with pulse disk 50p

2

x

Right gear wheel 24t

2

x

Spur gear 36t (d-6mm) (m1

2

x

Plastic roller (load assy)

12

x

Bearing

2

x

Bearing (decurl)

2

x

Roller bearing (decurl)

2

x

Bushing 6x10x6mm bronze

5

x

E-ring din 6799 d=5 / d=11,3

phosphate

10

x

E-ring din 6799 d=9 / d=18,8

phosphate

5

x

E-ring din 6799 d=1,9 / d=4,8

phosphate

10

x

E-ring din 6799 d= 7 / d=14,3

5

x

E-ring din 6799 d=3,2 / d=7,3 phosphate

5

x

E-ring din 6799 d=12 / d=23,4

phosphate

5

x

STAR LOCK 6mm

5

x

Cyl pin en 28734-2x10-A-St

5

x

Cyl pin en 28734-2x16-A-St

5

x

Cyl pin en 28734-3x16-A-St

5

x

Expansion pin dia 3x16mm

5

x

Expansion pin dia 2x16mm

5

x

Expansion pin ISO 8752-2x12-A-St

5

x

Pin (load assy)

5

x

Split pin din 94-2,5x20-st

10

x

Screw iso 7045 -M3x6-4.8-h

20

x

Screw iso 7045 -M4x6-4.8-h

20

x

Screw iso 7045 -M4x8-4.8-H

20

x

Screw iso 7045 -M4x12-4.8-h

10

x

Screw iso 7045 -M4x20-4.8-h

10

x

Screw iso 7045 -M3x8-4.8-h

10

x

Screw iso 7045 -M3x5-4.8-h

10

x

Screw iso 1207-M4x12-elvz

10

x

Nut din 562-M3-04 elvz

10

x

Cable clamp 11,0x10, 2

10

x

Mini cable clamp 6,6 x 4,8mm

5

x

Bushing (densitometer)

5

x

Expansion ring (densitometer)

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  • 4 Maintenance points - machine on

  • 4.1 Diagnostics

 
 

Procedure

 

Action

Tools

Details

Discussion with

Discuss current problems with the

   

customer

customer.

Analysis

Start the machine for analysis.

Service PC

 

Select "Repair Infocounter View Infocounter".

(IMOS)

Scroll down to "5.6 Error history" and note the 5 current errors.

Scroll then to "5.8 Error list" and note the 5 most frequent error codes (always the start error and the following one). Example: 60247 -> 6024B

On the IMOS Drystar 3000 select "Repair Error Messages" and check the reason for this error.

Follow up the errors, always provided that the error messages are obviously not only internal warning messages which have been corrected by the printer itself.

  • 4.2 Preparations

 
 

Procedure

 

Action

Tools

Details

Check the print

Generate a test image SMPTE and flatfield

Service PC

Sect.

quality

(see description next page).

(IMOS)

4.2.1

Keep the films for comparison upon completion of the maintenance.

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  • 4.2.1 Printing of a SMPTE test image

Procedure

Action

 

Tools

Details

Print test image

Print a SMPTE test image.

 

see

 

For this purpose enter the following

Sect. 3

 

-

 

commands on the keypad.

and 10

 
Procedure Action Tools Details Print test image • Print a SMPTE test image. see For this

Wait approx. 2 minutes.

Procedure Action Tools Details Print test image • Print a SMPTE test image. see For this

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4.2.2

Procedure

Action

Tools

Details

Check the print

Result:

 

see

quality by

Sect. 3

means of the

536112AZ.CDR

536112AZ.CDR

 

and 10

SMPTE test image

Dmax

Dmin

Figure 1: SMPTE test image Check the SMPTE test print

Measure Dmin and Dmax and note the values

Printing of a flatfield

Procedure

Action

Tools

Details

       

Check the print

Print a flatfield: IMOS Drystar 3000:

   

quality by means of a flatfield test

 

"Repair PrintEngine Print Testpage flat001.bla".

image

Check if vertical stripes are visible (i.e., if the image has a uniform density).

   

536110AI.CDR

 

Figure 2:

Test image "flat001.bla"

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Maintenance Instructions

  • 5 Maintenance points – machine off

    • 5.1 General

Component

 

Action

Tools

Details

Cable and

Check cable connections and plugs visually

   

connector

for damage.

  • 5.2 Film loading assembly

Component

Action

 

Tools

Details

Film feed

Remove all dust from the film feed.

 

see

(pickup wheel)

Clean the film feed rollers with a cloth and alcohol.

Sect. 6.5

Replace the film feed rollers after 50,000 prints or after 1 year.

Component Action Tools Details Film feed • Remove all dust from the film feed. see (pickup

Figure 3:

Position of the film feed rollers (arrows)

Light barriers

Check the light barriers for tight mounting (four plastic clips each, must be present).

   

Cables

Check the cables for mechanical damage, especially the cable between the film feed and the PMC1 (see arrows in figure 5).

   
Component Action Tools Details Film feed • Remove all dust from the film feed. see (pickup

Figure 4: Position of the cables to be tested

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5.3

Print engine

Component

 

Action

Tools

Details

Transport

Clean the rubber of the transport rollers

Cloth, alcohol

 

rollers

with a cloth soaked in alcohol.

Print drum

Check the rubber of the print drum for damage (by turning the outer gear by hand).

   

Clean the print drum.

Lint-free cloth,

  • - To do so, open the TH assembly from the back.

water, soap

  • - In case of heavy contamination (after approx. 50,000 prints) crack the ring- shaped deposits carefully and remove them.

Always clean the print drum with soap water and a cloth.

Plastic parts and metal parts

Check the metal frame and the plastic parts for damage and sharp edges which might damage the film.

   

Transport roller

Check the transport roller springs visually.

   

springs

 

Thermal print

Clean the thermal print head with an ink

 

see FSB

head (Thermal

eraser.

No. 24:

Head / TH)

  • - To do so, open the TH assembly from

DD+DIS

the back.

141.01E

  • - Clean the TH along the heating resistors with an ink eraser.

5.3 Print engine Component Action Tools Details Transport • Clean the rubber of the transport rollers

Figure 5:

Print engine (clean with an ink eraser)

Thermal print

At the end, clean the TH with a cloth

Ethanol and

 

head (Thermal Head / TH)

and alcohol to remove any possible remainders.

cloth

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Component

 

Action

Tools

Details

Cable

Check the TH visually.

   

connection on

Check the cable connections, especially

the TH

the 50-pole flat cable from the COS1 Board to the AIC1 Board.

Anti-static

Check the anti-static brushes for wear.

   

brushes

Replace the anti-static brushes if they are worn.

  • 5.4 Decurl unit

 
 

Component

 

Action

Tools

Details

Decurl unit /

 

Caution:

Service PC

 

IR temperature sensor

This cleaning procedure cannot be carried out in a decurl unit with fixed IR sensor.

(IMOS)

Clean the IR temperature sensor on the decurl unit with a cloth and alcohol.

  • - To do so, open the two screws (see arrows) which fix the IR temperature sensor.

  • - Go through the cleaning procedure.

  • - Mount the sensor again on the unit.

Component Action Tools Details Cable • Check the TH visually. connection on • Check the cable

Figure 6:

Decurl unit with IR temperature sensor

  • 5.5 VME rack

 
 

Component

 

Action

Equipment

Details

 

Clean the VME rack from dust

Vacuum

 
 

cleaner, cloth

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  • 6 Maintenance points – machine on

 

Test point

 

Action

Tools

Details

Print quality

Check the print quality.

 

Chapt.

  • - To do so, print a test image and check the vertical stripes.

4.2.2

Dmin and Dmax

Measure the values for Dmin and Dmax

 

Chapt.

values

of the SMPTE test print and compare them to the values of the first print.

4.2.1

Input Host

Generate a test image of every input host

   

System

system and check for artifacts.

Registration

Execute a "registration calibration" and

 

Sect. 6.6,

calibration

"density meter calibration".

Chapt.3

Reference

Execute a "reference density calibration"

Densitometer

Sect. 6.6,

density

if a

Chapt.3

calibration

SW release 1.7 is installed.

TH profile

Execute a TH profile calibration, if the

 

Sect. 6.6,

calibration

flatfield test print shows no acceptable uniformity.

Chapt.3

Dmax calibration

Execute a Dmax calibration, if the

 

Sect. 6.6,

maximum density of the SMPTE test print is outside the tolerance range 3.0 ± 0.2 O.D.

Chapt.3

Film-sensito-

Execute a film-sensito-calibration, if the

 

Sect. 6.6,

calibration

customer activates the film-sensito- calibration with every new film batch.

Chapt.3

  • 7 Completion of maintenance

 
 

Test point

 

Action

Tools

Details

Test image

Print a SMPTE and a flatfield test image to compare them with the test prints made at the beginning of the maintenance.

Densitometer

 

Exit from IMOS

Exit the IMOS Drystar.

   

Drystar

  • - To do so, click on the box "Preventive Maintenance" as soon as the Service Report window is displayed.

Reset

Execute a reset and print the diagnostic image of a host system.

   

Discussion with

Have the print quality checked by the

   

the customer

customer.

Explain the completed maintenance actions to the customer.

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Maintenance checklist

Work instruction for order number

DD+DIS237.01E Maintenance checklist Work instruction for order number DRYSTAR 3000 SN Type 5361 Film cycle status

DRYSTAR 3000

SN

DD+DIS237.01E Maintenance checklist Work instruction for order number DRYSTAR 3000 SN Type 5361 Film cycle status

Type 5361

Film cycle status

DD+DIS237.01E Maintenance checklist Work instruction for order number DRYSTAR 3000 SN Type 5361 Film cycle status

Maintenance must be carried out every 12 months or always after 15,000 prints according to the maintenance instructions DD+DIS237.01E.

Machine ON:

Diagnostics

OK

n.OK

Problem analysis

Discussion with the customer

Infocounter analysis

Check, make an analysis

The problems which are detected during the analysis have priority during maintenance!!!

 

Preparations

OK

n.OK

 

Print a SMPTE and a flatfield test image to compare them afterwards with the test prints exposed after the maintenance

Machine OFF:

General

OK

n.OK

Everything

Check all cables, cable connections, and plugs visually for damage.

 

Film feed

OK

n.OK

Film feed

Clean the film feed Clean the feed rollers

Replace the film feed rollers after one year or after 50,000 prints

Light barriers

Check the light barriers for tight mounting

(4 plastic clips each)

Cables

Check the cable for mechanical damage, especially the cable between the film feed and the PMC1

 

Print engine

OK

n.OK

 

Clean the rubber of the transport rollers and the print drum with a cloth soaked in alcohol

Check the metal frame and the plastic parts for damage and for

sharp edges which might damage the film

Check the rubber of the print drum for damage

(by turning the outer gear by hand)

Clean the print drum

Check the transport roller springs visually

Thermal head

Clean the thermal print head with an eraser for ink

Clean the thermal print head with alcohol and a cloth

Check the thermal head visually Check the cable connections

Anti-static brushes

Check the anti-static brushes for wear and replace if necessary

Decurl unit

Clean the IR temperature sensor in the decurl unit with a cloth and alcohol (this applies only to machines with temperature sensors which can be removed separately).

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VME rack

OK

n.OK

 

Remove all dust from the VME rack

Machine ON:

Print quality

OK

n.OK

 

Print a flatfield test image and evaluate the print quality

 

Measure and note Dmin and Dmax of the SMPTE test print

 

Print a test image of every host system and check for artifacts

 

Execute the "registration calibration" and the "density meter calibration"

 

If an external Densitometer on site is used for checking the quality, execute the "reference density calibration"

 

If the flatfield test print is not uniform enough, execute the TH profile calibration

 

If the maximum density is outside the tolerance range of 3.0 ± 0.2 O.D., execute the Dmax calibration

 

If the customer activates the film-sensito-calibration with every new film batch, execute a film-sensito-calibration

 

must only be made if SW Release 1.7 is installed

Completion of the maintenance

OK

n.OK

Completion of the maintenance

Print a SMPTE and a flatfield test image, to compare them with

the test print exposed at the beginning of the maintenance

Exit from the IMOS Drystar. Click on the box "Preventive Maintenance" as soon as the Service Report window is

displayed.

Execute a reset and print an image from the host system

Explain the completed maintenance actions to the customer.

Remarks:

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