Fuji DRYPIX 4000/DRYPIX Plus Service Manual and Parts List Manual

Service Manual and Parts List Manual Fuji DRYPIX 4000/DRYPIX Plus;
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SAFETY PRECAUTION (Max 2-tray model)
1. SAFETY PRECAUTION
1.1 General Precautions
1.2 Precautions Against Laser Radiation
2. LABELS
2.1 Laser Caution Labels
2.1.1 Locations of Laser Caution Labels
2.2 Other Labels
2.2.1 Locations of Other Labels
2.3 Additional Protective Grounding Earth Mark
2.3.1 Imprint Location
2.4 Power Cable Caution Label
3. PROTECTIVE HOUSING FOR LASER RADIATION EXPOSURE PREVENTION
4. CONNECTABLE PERIPHERALS
5. CLASSIFICATION
6. Caution on Electromagnetic Waves
6.1 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
6.2 Further Information for IEC60601-1-2 ED2.1:2004

SAFETY PRECAUTION (Max 3-tray model)
1. SAFETY PRECAUTION
1.1 General Precautions
1.2 Precautions Against Laser Radiation
2. LABELS
2.1 Laser Caution Labels
2.1.1 Locations of Laser Caution Labels
2.2 Other Labels
2.2.1 Locations of Other Labels
2.3 Additional Protective Grounding Earth Mark
2.3.1 Imprint Location
2.4 Power Cable Caution Label
3. PROTECTIVE HOUSING FOR LASER RADIATION EXPOSURE PREVENTION
4. CONNECTABLE PERIPHERALS
5. CLASSIFICATION
6. Caution on Electromagnetic Waves
6.1 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
6.2 Further Information for IEC60601-1-2
7. Cautions on Network

SPECIFICATIONS
1. SPECIFICATIONS
1.1 Part Name
1.1.1 Max 2-tray model
1.2 List of Optional Parts
1.3 General Specifications
1.4 Equipment Dimensions and Weight
1.4.1 Dimensions
1.5 Means to Move and Secure Equipment
1.6 Environmental Requirements
1.7 Electrical Requirements
1.8 Equipment Installation Space
1.8.1 Installation Space
1.9 Disposing the Equipment

DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT (MD)
1. OUTLINE OF EQUIPMENT
1.1 Functions of Equipment
1.2 System Configuration
1.3 Overall Configuration and Names of Parts
1.3.1 External View
2. STARTING UP AND ENDING THE EQUIPMENT
2.1 Power ON Operations
2.2 Error Processing
2.3 Power OFF Operations
3. DESCRIPTION OF MECHANICAL OPERATIONS
3.1 Film Loading Unit
3.1.1 Film Sizes
3.2 Removal Unit
3.2.1 Suction Cup Arm Home Position
283.2.4 Film Release
3.3 Conveyor Unit
3.3.1 Conveyance
3.4 Sub-scanning Unit
3.4.1 Sub-scanning Conveyance
3.5 Scanning Optics Unit
3.5.1 Scanner Unit
3.6 Heat Development Unit
3.6.1 Heat Development
3.7 Film Release Unit
3.7.1 Film Discharge
3.8 Sorter
3.8.1 Film Conveyance
4. DESCRIPTION OF ELECTRICAL CONTROL
4.1 System Block Diagram
4.2 Outline of Power Supply
4.3 Interlock Control
4.4 Functions of Boards
4.4.1 MTH24A Board
5. MECHANICAL CONTROL FLOW
5.1 Reading the Mechanical Control Flow
5.2 Initialization Flow
5.2.1 Upper/Lower Removal Unit Initialization
5.3 Normal Processing
5.3.1 Film Removal
6. TIME CHART
6.1 Removal Unit Time Chart
6.2 Conveyor Unit Time Chart
6.3 Sub-Scanning Unit Time Chart
6.4 Heat Development Unit Time Chart
6.5 Film Release Unit Time Chart
7. PRINTING FORMATS
7.1 Reading the Format Name
7.2 Standard Formats
7.3 Mixed Formats

TROUBLESHOOTING (MT)
1. TROUBLESHOOTING METHOD
2. ERROR CODE
2.1 Checking Error Codes
2.2 Format of Detailed Information
2.2.1 FLH Related (Conveyance) Errors Detailed Information
2.3 Error Code Table
2.3.1 Printer
3. ERROR CODE ANALYSIS FLOW
4. ABNORMAL IMAGES
4.1 Troubleshooting from Abnormal Images
4.2 Scratches and Streaks Caused by Guide Plate
4.2.1 Checking Film
5. ABNORMAL OPERATIONS
5.1 System Freezes without Displaying Error Code Normally
5.2 Error Message at the Startup Sequence
6. CLEARING FILM JAMS
7. CHECKING PROCEDURE FOR I/O PARTS
8. TROUBLESHOOTING REFERENCE
8.1 Layout of Fuse
8.1.1 PRN Board
8.2 LED Lighting Information
8.2.1 PRN Board
8.3 Film Information
8.3.1 Film Information when Process Normally Completed

REMOVAL AND ADJUSTMENT (MC)
PRECAUTIONS ON INSPECTIONS, REPLACEMENTS, AND ADJUSTMENTS
CONTENTS
1. COVERS
1.1 Covers
2. FRAME
2.1 BCR Assembly
2.2 Interlock Switch Assembly
3. FILM LOADING UNIT
3.1 Removal Unit/Film Loading Unit
3.2 Tray
3.3 Tray Detection Switch (SA12/SA22/SA32)
3.4 Tray Lock Assembly
3.5 Rail
3.6 Special Screw
3.7 Squeezing Roller (Upper)
3.8 Film Pack/Shutter Detection Sensor (SA11/SA21/SA31)
4. REMOVAL UNIT
4.1 Removal Unit
4.2 Suction Cup Arm
4.3 Changing Film Size to 20 x 25 cm Size
4.4 Removal Drive Cam
4.5 Suction Cup
4.6 Magic Arm
4.7 Pump
4.8 Solenoid Valve
4.9 Hose
4.10 Removal Unit Conveyance Motor (MB12/MB22/MB32)
4.11 Film Removing Motor (MB11/MB21/MB31)
4.12 Film Surface Detection Sensor (SB12/SB22/SB32)
4.13 Suction Cup Arm HP Detection Sensor (SB11/SB21/SB31)
4.14 Suction Cup Arm Upper Dead-Point Detection Sensor (SB13/SB23/SB33)
5. CONVEYOR UNIT
5.1 Conveyor Unit Exit Assembly
5.2 Conveyor Unit Exit Grip Roller Assembly
5.3 Conveyor Unit Exit Guide (Lower)
5.4 Stopper Assembly
5.5 Stopper Solenoid (SOLD1)
5.6 Conveyor Unit Exit Roller (Lower)
5.7 Film Edge Sensor Encoder Plate
5.8 Upper Conveyor Unit Open/Close Guide
5.9 Conveyor Unit Turn Roller
5.10 Conveyor Right Guide
5.11 Film Conveyance Motor (MD1)
5.12 Cleaning Roller Detection Sensor (SD3)
5.13 Conveyance Gear
6. SUB-SCANNING UNIT
6.1 Sub-Scanning Unit/Upper Conveyor Unit
6.2 Sub-Scanning Unit Roller
6.3 Sub-Scanning Motor (ME1)
6.3.1 Removal/Reinstallation
6.4 Flywheel
6.5 Film Leading Edge Detection Sensor (SE1)
7. SCANNING OPTICS UNIT
7.1 Scanner Unit
7.1.1 Removal/Reinstallation
8. HEAT DEVELOPMENT UNIT
8.1 Heat Development Unit Fan Assembly
8.2 Film Cooling Section
8.3 Heat Development Rack Assembly
8.4 Heat Development Roller
8.5 Heat Development Unit Conveyance Motor (MG1)
8.6 Heat Development Unit Entrance Guide
8.7 Heat Development Unit Entrance Sensor (SG1)
8.8 Thermal Protector
9. FILM RELEASE UNIT
9.1 Film Release Unit
9.2 Density Measurement Light-Emitting Board (LED15A)
10. CONTROLLER
10.1 Operation Panel
10.2 Controller Unit
10.2.1 Controller Unit (max 2-tray model)
10.3 HDD
10.3.1 Removal/Reinstallation
10.4 MTH Board
10.4.1 MTH Board (max 2-tray model)
10.5 MCT Board
10.5.1 Removal/Reinstallation
10.6 PRN Board (max 3-tray model)
10.7 CPU Fan (max 3-tray model)
10.8 Power Supply Unit (max 3-tray model)
10.9 PSU27A Board (max 3-tray model)
1010 PSU31B Board (max 3-tray model)
11. SORTER
11.1 Sorter Covers
11.2 Sorter
11.3 Sorter Conveyance Gear
12. INSTALLING THE MAIN UNIT SOFTWARE
12.1 Preparations
12.2 Installing from the DI Tool
12.2.1 Version Upgrade
12.3 Installing from the USB Memory
12.3.1 Copying the Main Unit Software to the USB Memory

SERVICE MODE (MU)
1. OUTLINE OF SERVICE MODE
1.1 Transition of Modes in DRYPIX 4000
1.2 Note on Executing Service Mode
1.3 Operations of Each Utility
2. U-UTILITY (USER-UTILITY)
2.1 U-Utility Menu Tree
2.2 Starting and Ending the U-Utility
2.3 Details of U-Utility Commands
2.4 Other Functions
2.4.1 Displaying Printing Jobs and Job Operations
2.4.2 Acquisition of Log Data by User
3. M-UTILITY (MAINTENANCE UTILITY)
3.1 M-Utility Menu Tree
3.2 Starting and Ending the M-Utility
3.3 Details of M-Utility Commands
4. DI Tool
4.1 DI Tool (DPX7 PC Tool Function) Operations
4.1.1 Outline of Operations
4.1.2 Operations of the Configuration Setting Screen
4.2 Preparations for Using the DI Tool
4.2.1 PC Environment Required for Installing the DI Tool
4.2.2 Installing/Uninstalling/Version Upgrading the DI Tool
4.2.3 Setting the FTP Site Directory of the PC
4.2.4 Setting Grouping Symbols
4.3 Flow of DI Tool Operations
4.3.1 Connecting the PC for Servicing to the Network
4.3.2 Starting the DI Tool (DPX7 PC Tool Function)
4.3.3 Connecting DI Tool to the Equipment
4.3.4 Importing Individual Data
4.3.5 Setting/Changing/Checking Individual Data Using the DPX7 PC Tool
Function
4.3.6 Sending Individual Data to the Equipment
4.3.7 Ending the DI Tool (DPX7 PC Tool Function)
4.4 Registering and Deleting the Establishments and Printers
4.4.1 Registering Establishments
4.4.2 Registering Printers
4.5 Registering and Deleting Clients
4.6 DPX7 PC Tool Function Menu Tree
4.7 DPX7 PC Tool Function Command Details
5. SETTING METHOD BY PURPOSE
5.1 Registering User ID
5.2 Setting Reprint
5.3 Setting Annotation
5.4 Setting Output of User Settable Images
5.5 Displaying Logs by Client (Filtering DICOM Communication Logs)
5.6 Adjusting LUT Using SAR MAKER
5.7 Acquiring Logs when Equipment is not Started
5.8 Adjusting the Leading Edge Margin
5.9 Copying Weekly Settings
5.10 Acquiring Log Files
5.11 Creating a New Gamma Table
5.12 Full Installation of Main Unit Software with Equipment not Started
5.13 Settings for Using MammoQC Function After Upgrading Main Unit
Software Version from V2.0 or Earlier to V3.0 or Later
5.14 Adding the γ Tables (γ51 to γ53)

APPENDIX 1 PRECAUTIONS AND SETTINGS IN THE
USE OF Windows XP PC FOR SERVICING

APPENDIX 2 PRECAUTIONS ON SAVING/LOADING
EQUIPMENT DATA USING SOFTWARE VERSION V3.1 DI TOOL

APPENDIX 3 Procedure for setting DI-TOOL environment on Windows 7 / Windows Vista

APPENDIX 3.1 Installing DI Tool (for both Windows 7 and Vista)
APPENDIX 3.2 Setting FTP server (Windows 7)
APPENDIX 3.2.1 Checking installation of IIS (Windows 7)
APPENDIX 3.2.2 Installing IIS (Windows 7)
APPENDIX 3.2.3 Setting IIS (Windows 7)
APPENDIX 3.2.4 Setting Firewall (Windows 7)
APPENDIX 3.3 Setting FTP server (Windows Vista)
APPENDIX 3.3.1 Checking installation of IIS (Windows Vista)
APPENDIX 3.3.2 Installing IIS (Windows Vista)
APPENDIX 3.3.3 Setting IIS (Windows Vista)
APPENDIX 3.3.4 Setting Firewall (Windows Vista)
APPENDIX 3.4 Setting Area and Language (both Windows 7 and Vista)
APPENDIX 3.5 Starting DI Tool (both Windows 7 and Vista)

SERVICE PARTS LIST (SP)How to Use Service Parts List
01A COVER 1 (MAX 2-TRAY MODEL)
01B COVER 2 (MAX 3-TRAY MODEL)
01C COVER 3 (MAX 2-TRAY MODEL)
01D COVER 4 (MAX 3-TRAY MODEL)
01E COVER 5
01F COVER 6
02A FRAME 1
02B FRAME 2
03A FILM LOADING UNIT 1
03B FILM LOADING UNIT 2
04A REMOVAL UNIT 1
04B REMOVAL UNIT 2
04C REMOVAL UNIT 3
05A CONVEYOR UNIT 1
05B CONVEYOR UNIT 2
05C CONVEYOR UNIT 3
05D CONVEYOR UNIT 4 (MAX 2-TRAY MODEL)
05E CONVEYOR UNIT 5 (MAX 3-TRAY MODEL)
06A SUB-SCANNING UNIT 1
06B SUB-SCANNING UNIT 2
07 SCANNING OPTICS UNIT
08A HEAT DEVELOPMENT UNIT 1
08B HEAT DEVELOPMENT UNIT 2
08C HEAT DEVELOPMENT UNIT 3
08D HEAT DEVELOPMENT UNIT 4
09A FILM RELEASE UNIT 1
09B FILM RELEASE UNIT 2
10A CONTROLLER 1 (MAX 2-TRAY MODEL)
10B CONTROLLER 2 (MAX 3-TRAY MODEL)
10C CONTROLLER 3
11A SORTER 1
11B SORTER 2
11C SORTER 3
12 FIXTURES
13 CABLE
14 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (MAX 2-TRAY MODEL)
14 CIRCUIT DIAGRAM (MAX 3-TRAY MODEL)
15 PARTS NOS. SEARCH TABLE
16 List of Service Parts for Securing and Wiring

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE (PM)
1. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
1.1 How to Use the Preventive Maintenance Volume
1.2 Notation of Age
1.3 Preventive Maintenance Program List
1.3.1 Maintenance Program at the Age of 1, 2, 4, and 5 Years
2. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FLOW
3. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
3.1 Checking, Saving, and Deleting Error Logs
3.1.1 Checking Error Logs
3.2 Checking Images
3.2.1 Checking Images via Grid Pattern
3.3 Checking the Interlock Function
3.3.1 Checking the Upper Front Cover/Upper Right Cover/Lower Right Cover Interlock
3.4 Checking the Fan Operations
3.5 Checking the Tray
3.6 Cleaning/Replacing the Cleaning Roller
3.7 Cleaning/Replacing Filters
3.7.1 Air Filter on the Lower Front Inside Cover
3.8 Cleaning the Removal Unit, Cleaning Inside the Equipment
3.8.1 Cleaning the Removal Unit
3.9 Checking/Cleaning the Rubber Belt, Cleaning the Sub-scanning Conveyance Roller
3.9.1 Checking/Cleaning the Rubber Belt
3.10 Cleaning the Density Measurement Section
3.11 Cleaning the Heat Development Unit
3.12 Reinstalling/Cleaning Covers
3.13 Checking the DC Voltage (Max 2-tray model Only)
3.14 Checking Images
3.14.1 Checking Images by Printing Grid Pattern
3.15 Setting Date and Time
3.16 Checking for Improper Protective Grounding
3.17 Work Completion Report

INSTALLATION (IN)
1. INSTALLATION CONDITIONS
2. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE FLOW
3. WORK BEFORE INSTALLATION
3.1 Precautions on Installation
3.2 Preparing the DI Tool
4. TEMPORARY INSTALLATION
4.1 Unpacking and Unloading
4.2 Carrying
4.3 Temporary Placement
4.4 Checking Components
4.4.1 Max 2-tray model
4.4.2 Max 3-tray model
5. INSTALLATION
5.1 Removing External Packaging of the Equipment Main Body
5.2 Removing Covers
5.3 Removing Fixtures
5.4 Changing the Film Size
5.4.1 Changing the Film Tray Size
5.4.2 Changing the Installed Position of the Barcode Reader
5.4.3 Changing the Suction Cup Arm (20 x 25 cm Size)
5.5 Installing Options
5.6 Connecting Network Cable
5.7 Connecting the Power Cable
5.7.1 Checking the Resistance of the Power Cable
5.8 Reinstalling Covers
6. INSTALLING OPTIONS
6.1 Installing Additional Film Tray
6.1.1 Checking Components
6.1.2 Removing Covers
6.1.3 Removing the Cushioning Material/Changing Film Tray Size
6.1.4 Installing the Barcode Reader
6.1.5 Changing the Suction Cup Arm (For Setting Film Sizes Other Than 20 x 25 cm)
6.1.6 Installing the Removal Unit/Film Loading Unit
6.1.7 Installing the Conveyor Unit
6.1.8 Internal Wirings
6.1.9 Installing Covers
6.2 Installing Additional Image Memory Board (max 2-tray model only)
6.3 Installing the Sorter
7. SETTING OF THE EQUIPMENT
7.1 Power ON and Starting the M-Utility
7.1.1 Power ON
7.1.2 Starting the M-Utility
7.2 System Settings
7.2.1 System Management/System Config
7.2.2 System Management/Set Main Panel
7.2.3 Heat-Developer/Power Supply Voltage
7.2.4 System Management/Network
8. CHECKING EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS
8.1 Checking Automatic Density Correction and Conveyance Operations
8.2 Checking Density
8.3 Checking Recording Image Format, and for Image Unevenness and Scratches
8.4 Checking Conveyance and Scratches on Film Image When the
Sorter is Connected
8.5 Checking the Interlock Function
8.6 Checking the Fan Operations
8.7 Settings for U-Utility
9. INSTALLATION OF MULTIPLE SETS
10. SETTING CLIENTS
10.1 Connecting the PC for Servicing to the Network
10.2 Starting the DI Tool/Connecting DI Tool to the Equipment
10.2.1 Starting the DI Tool
10.2.2 Connecting DI Tool to the Equipment
10.3 Importing Individual Data
10.4 Settings by Client
10.4.1 Registering Clients
10.4.2 Client Settings
10.4.3 Settings by Client
10.4.4 Setting Client [MammoQCTest]
10.5 Adding and Registering Printers
10.6 Sending Data on Setting to the Equipment
10.7 Settings for U-Utility
10.8 Ending the DI Tool and the Equipment
10.9 Checking the Mammo QC Function
11. CHECKING NETWORK CONNECTION
11.1 Checking the Start-up of the Equipment
11.2 Checking Film Output and Images from Connected Equipment
11.3 Checking the Termination of the Equipment
12. INSTALLING THE EQUIPMENT
12.1 Backing Up Individual Data
12.1.1 Saving Individual Data in the Equipment HD
12.1.2 Saving Individual Data in the PC for Servicing
12.1.3 Saving Individual Data on the CD-R or FD
12.2 Checking, Saving, and Deleting Error Logs Which Occur at Installation
12.2.1 Checking the Error Log
12.2.2 Saving Error Logs
12.2.3 Deleting Error Logs
12.3 Installing the Equipment
12.3.1 Installing the Equipment without Using Fixtures
12.3.2 Installing the Equipment and Securing with Fixtures
12.4 Cleaning the Equipment
APPENDIX 1 ADDITIONAL PROTECTIVE GROUNDING

PERFORMANCE CHECK (PC)
INSTALLATION OF THE DRYPIX 4000 – Checklist.

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