AGFA DRYSTAR AXYS Type 5367/100 Service Manual

Edition October 2007,
Service Manual AGFA DRYSTAR AXYS Type 5367/100;
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Chapter 1. CONTROLS, CONNECTIONS AND SETUP PROCEDURE
1. INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
2. EXECUTING THE PRINTER INSTALLATION WIZARD
3. ADAPTING THE PRINTER SETTINGS
3.1 Setting Film Calibration Parameters
3.2 Setting the Default Densitometer
3.3 Setting the Film View
3.4 Setting Beeps on empty Tray
3.5 Setting Behavior for unreadable RF Tags
3.6 Activating the Mammo License
3.7 Entering Site data
4. FILM CALIBRATION
5. PRINTER – MODALITY CONNECTION
5.1 Modality set-up
5.2 Logical printers Set-up
5.3 Printing of diagnostic and / or test images
5.4 Image adjustments
5.4.1 Mammography specific Image Adjustments
5.4.2 Image Adjustments as described in the Connectivity Release Document
5.4.3 Image Adjustments at the Modality
5.4.4 Basic Image Adjustment at the Printer via Key-Operator Menu
6. ACCEPTANCE TEST
7. COMPLETION OF INSTALLATION
7.1 Customer Instruction
7.2 Backup of Printer Settings

Chapter 2. FFUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
1. INTRODUCTION
2. COMPARISON TO OTHER AGFA B&W PRINTERS
2.1 Technical Data compared to Drystar 5300 and Drystar 5503
2.2 Detailed Comparison Drystar 5302 – Drystar Axys
3. FILM RUN
3.1 Backside Printing Recognition
3.2 Left / Right Shift Print Algorithm
3.3 Mammo Printing Functionality
4. CALIBRATIONS
5. MODULES
5.1 Printer Modules
5.2 Hardware
5.3 Modules and E-Labels
6. DIAGNOSTIC SOFTWARE
7. THERMAL MODEL

REPAIR AND SERVICE
Chapter 3.1 REPAIR AND SERVICE
Safety Guidelines / General Repair Instruction
1 SAFETY NOTES FOR SERVICE ACTVITIES
1.1 Safety Notes for Installation Planning and Installation
1.2 Safety Notes for preventive and corrective Maintenance Work
1.3 General Safety Note for all Service Actvities
1.3.1 Safety switch
1.3.2 Electrical Check after Power Supply Replacements

Chapter 3.2 REPAIR AND SERVICE
Tools and Auxiliary Means
1 MACHINE SPECIFIC TOOLS
1.1 Mandatory tools
1.2 Optional tools
1.2.1 Basic Requirements for a Service PC
1.2.2 Recommended configuration of the Service PC
2 CONNECTION OF THE SERVICE PC TO THE PRINTER
3 SOFTWARE TOOLS
3.1 Key-Operator Menu on the local Keypad
3.2 Infocounter
3.2.1 Infocounter Analysis via printed infocounter on Film
3.2.2 Infocounter Analysis via Printers Infocounters Report
3.2.3 Infocounter Analysis via Service Command Session
3.2.4 How to evaluate the Infocounter
3.3 Test images
3.3.1 Testimage STI1
3.3.2 Testimage STI2
3.3.3 Testimage SMPTE
3.3.4 Testimage Medical_Image
3.3.5 Testimage LinCheck
3.3.6 Testimage medicalimage “Mammo”
3.4 Show Error Codes
3.5 Printer Browser Pages
3.5.1 Operator Tools
3.5.2 Key-Operator Tools
3.5.3 Service Engineer Tools
3.5.4 Connection to the Printer Browser Pages
3.5.5 Usage of the Printer Browser Pages
3.6 Printer Logging
3.6.1 Required information for the support center
3.6.2 Printer Bootup-Message
3.7 ADVP
3.7.1 ADVP as DICOM print SCU
3.7.2 ADVP as DICOM print SCP (Print Emulator)
3.7.3 ADVP as Communication Recorder
4 SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
4.1 SW Update: Loading a SW Patch
4.1.1 Software Update via CF card
4.1.2 Software Update via a remote computer
4.2 Emergency SW Installation on a new, empty Hard Drive
4.3 Emergency SW Installation on a printer in “Error – System Failure” state

Chapter 3.3 REPAIR AND SERVICE
Troubleshooting
1. GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE
2. ERROR CATALOGUE

TROUBLESHOOTING – ERROR CODES

Chapter 3.4 REPAIR AND SERVICE
Electrical and Mechanical Coder, Fuses, LEDs
1. CODINGS
1.1 Jumper Setting 73 GB Maxtor Hard Disk
1.2 Jumper Setting 73 GB Hitachi Hard Disk
2. FUSES
3. LEDS
3.1 DEVIL Board
3.2 THANOS Board (plugged onto the DEVIL Board)
3.3 Power Supply
3.4 Front Panel
3.5 Rear panel

Chapter 3.5. REPAIR AND SERVICE
Replacements/Repair Procedures

Chapter 3.6. REPAIR AND SERVICE
Adjustments and Calibrations
1. ADJUSTMENTS
1.1 Horizontal Film Alignment Procedure
2. CALIBRATIONS
2.1 Film Calibration
2.2 CDM (Internal Densitometer) Calibration
2.3 Print Head (TH) Calibration
2.4 Smart Profile Calibration
2.5 Compliance Film Calibration as part of Afssaps / EUREF Calibration Procedure
2.5.1 Checking the Densitometer Calibration
2.5.2 Checking the Densitometer Configuration in the Printer
2.5.3 Resetting the Compliance Film Calibration, Internal Densitometer Calibration and Thermal
Print Head Calibration
2.5.4 Performing Internal Densitometer Calibration, Film Calibrations and Thermal Print Head
Calibration
2.5.5 Performing a Density Reproduction Check
2.5.6 Performing the Afssaps / EUREF Calibration Check
2.5.7 Performing a Compliance Film Calibration
3. CHECKS
3.1 Density reproduction check
3.2 Check for dust stripes / TPH Cleaning Procedure
3.3 Resistor Check

Chapter 3.7 REPAIR AND SERVICE
Software Menus, Settings
1. PRINTER CONTROLS
1.1 Controls at the local Keypad
2. KEY-OPERATOR MENU VIA LOCAL KEYPAD
3. KEY-OPERATOR BROWSER PAGES
4. SERVICE BROWSER PAGES

Chapter 3.8 REPAIR AND SERVICE
Software Releases and Patches
1. SOFTWARE RELEASE 1.6.0_C1
1.1 Supported Features
1.2 Limitations
1.3 Known Software Issues
2. SOFTWARE UPDATE 1.6.1_C1
2.1 Solved Software Issues
3. SOFTWARE UPDATE 1.6.2_C1
3.1 Solved Issues
3.2 New Features
3.2.1 New Feature: Compliance Film Calibration
3.2.2 New Feature: Activation of a new 10×12� Layout for GE Modalities
3.2.3 New Feature: Possibility to read out future ISO-Format RF-Tags
4. SOFTWARE UPDATE 1.6.3_C1
4.1 Solved Issue
5. SOFTWARE RELEASE 2.0.0_C2
5.1 New Features of Software 2.0.0_C2
5.2 Solved Issue in Software 2.0.0_C2
5.3 Known Software Issue
6. SOFTWARE RELEASE 2.0.0_C3
6.1 New Feature of Software 2.0.0_C3
7. SOFTWARE RELEASE 2.1.0_C2
7.1 New Feature of Software 2.1.0_C2
8. SOFTWARE RELEASE 2.1.0_C3
8.1 Solved Issues in Software 2.1.0_C3
9. SOFTWARE RELEASE 2.2.0_C1
9.1 Solved Issues in Software 2.2.0_C1
10. SOFTWARE RELEASE 2.3.0_C2
10.1 Solved Issues and Improvements in Software 2.3.0_C2
11. SOFTWARE RELEASE 3.0.0_C1
11.1 New Features in Software 3.0.0_C1
11.2 Solved Issues and Improvements in Software 3.0.0_C1
12. SOFTWARE RELEASE 3.1.0_C1
12.1 Solved Issues and Improvements in Software 3.1.0_C1
13. SOFTWARE PATCH 3.1.1_C1
13.1 Solved Issues with Software Patch 3.1.1_C1

Chapter 3.9 REPAIR AND SERVICE
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

Chapter 4. REFERENCE CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
1. REFERENCE DIAGRAMS
1.1 Components Location
1.2 List of Components
2. WIRING DIAGRAMS

Chapter 5. SPARE PARTS LIST
Chapter 6. ACCESSORIES
Chapter 7. FIELD MODIFICATIONS
Chapter 8. MANUFACTURING STANDARD MODIFICATIONS

Chapter 9. MAINTENANCE
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Maintenance Frequency
1.2 Required Time
1.3 Required Tools
1.4 Required Cleaning Material
1.5 Required Spare Parts
2. DIAGNOSTICS
2.1 Questioning of the Customer
2.2 Infocounter Analysis
2.2.1 Infocounter Analysis via printed Infocounter on Film
2.2.2 Infocounter Analysis via Printers Infocounters Report
2.2.3 Infocounter analysis via Service Command Session
2.2.4 How to evaluate the Infocounter
2.3 Image Quality Check
3. MAINTENANCE POINTS – POWER OFF
3.1 Check of general Condition
3.2 Check of Condition of Belts and Gears
3.3 Visual Check of the Cables
3.4 Cleaning of the Suction Cups
3.5 Cleaning of Electronics Compartment
3.6 Cleaning of Power Supply Air Inlet
3.7 Check and Cleaning of Drum
3.8 Cleaning of Thermal Print Head
3.9 Electrical Check
3.9.1 Basic Protective Earth Test
3.9.2 Electrical Check according to National Regulations
4. MAINTENANCE POINTS – POWER ON
4.1 Smart Profile Calibration
4.2 Check of Safety Switch
4.3 SW Patch Installation
4.4 Film Calibration
4.5 Density Reproduction Check
4.6 Test Image Evaluation
4.7 Host System Image Quality Check
5. COMPLETION OF THE MAINTENANCE
5.1 Backup Data on CF Card
5.2 Reset of Maintenance Action counters and relative Counters in the Infocounter
5.3 Customer Conversation
MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST

Chapter 10. SERVICE BULLETINS
Chapter 11. INSTALLATION PLANNING
1. INSTALLATION PLANNING CHECKLIST
2. SYSTEM OVERVIEW
3. SCOPE OF DELIVERY AND ACCESSORIES
3.1 Scope of delivery
3.2 Accessories
4. MACHINE DIMENSIONS
5. MINIMUM FREE SPACE FOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
6. SYSTEM INTEGRATION
6.1 Network integration parameters
6.2 Modality Setup Parameters
6.3 Setup of Security and Privacy (optional)
6.3.1 List of Key-operator, Service people and Specialists with access rights
6.3.2 Audit Logging Server and NTP Server parameters
6.3.3 Availability of certificates
6.4 Service Host Parameters
6.5 Example for System Integration
7. AMBIENT CONDITIONS
7.1 During operation
7.2 During transport and storage
8. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
8.1 Electrical Connections at the Printer
9. SPECIFICATIONS
9.1 Type Overview
9.2 Functional Data
9.2.1 Pixel Matrices
9.3 Electrical Data
9.4 Climatic Data
9.5 Sound Emission Data
9.6 Interface Data
9.7 Service Data
9.8 Dimensions and Weight
9.8.1 Dimensions, packed machine
9.8.2 Dimensions, closed Machine
9.8.3 Dimensions, opened Machine
9.8.4 Weight
10. SAFETY STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS

Chapter 12. GLOSSARY.

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