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DRYPIX 7000

Operation Manual
11th Edition: July 2008

This Operation Manual describes details on how to operate the


DRYPIX 7000 and cautions to be observed when operating it. Please
read the Operation Manual thoroughly before actually operating the
DRYPIX 7000 system. After reading this manual, store it nearby the
DRYPIX 7000 so that you can see it whenever necessary.

897N0324G (006-235-100)
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Thank you for purchasing the Fuji Medical Dry Laser Imager DRYPIX 7000.
This operation manual for the DRYPIX 7000 provides detailed explanations of operation
methods and cautions to promote proper understanding of functions and more effective usage.
We ask that first-time users read this manual thoroughly before actually using the DRYPIX 7000.
After reading this manual, please store it nearby the DRYPIX 7000 so that it may be used to
ensure that the machine is used under the best conditions.
Installation may only be conducted by authorized service personnel.
This Operation Manual is applicable to software versions V13.0/V7.0.
(V13.0 is for Windows XP and V7.0 is for Windows NT.)

CAUTIONS
1 No part or all of this manual may be reproduced in any form without prior permission.
2 The information contained in this manual may be subject to change without prior notice.
3 FUJIFILM Corporation shall not be liable for malfunctions and damages resulting from installation,
relocation, remodeling, maintenance, and repair performed by other than dealers specified by
FUJIFILM Corporation.
4 FUJIFILM Corporation shall not be liable for malfunctions and damage of FUJIFILM Corporation
products due to products of other manufacturers not supplied by FUJIFILM Corporation.
5 FUJIFILM Corporation shall not be liable for malfunctions and damage resulting from remodeling,
maintenance, and repair using repair parts other than those specified by FUJIFILM Corporation.
6 FUJIFILM Corporation shall not be liable for malfunctions and damage resulting from negligence of
precautions and operating methods contained in this manual.
7 FUJIFILM Corporation shall not be liable for malfunctions and damage resulting from use under
environment conditions outside the range for this product, such as power supply, installation
environment, etc., contained in this manual.
8 FUJIFILM Corporation shall not be liable for malfunctions and damage resulting from natural
disasters such as fires, earthquakes, floods, lightning, etc.

Process waste correctly, as stipulated by local law or any regulations that apply.
When discarding the DRYPIX 7000 that incorporates the lithium battery, be sure to
contact service engineer because it cannot be disposed of as a general waste.
This system is classified as a medical device under EC Directive 93/42/EEC.
This equipment has been designed on the assumption that the patient would not
come into direct contact with it or for operation by appropriately trained operator.
The LCD display lamps in this product contain mercury, which must be recycled or
disposed of in accordance with local, state, or federal laws.
Caution: Rx Only in the United States (Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a
physician.)
The DRYPIX 7000 uses Vx Works.
Copyright of Vx Works belongs to Wind River Systems,Inc.
Trademark
FCR is a trademark or a registered trademark of FUJIFILM Corporation.
Copyright Reserved
Windows NT is the registered trademark of US Microsoft Corporation in the U. S. A. and other countries.
Windows XP is the registered trademark of US Microsoft Corporation in the U. S. A. and other countries.
Windows is the registered trademark of US Microsoft Corporation in the U. S. A. and other countries.
All other company names and product names described in this manual are the trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective holders.
Copyright 2002-2008 FUJIFILM Corporation. All rights reserved.

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Contents at a Glance

Chapter 1 Introduction
1
Chapter 2 System Overview
2
Chapter 3 Basic Operation
3
Chapter 4 Utility Operation
4
Chapter 5 Troubleshooting
5
Chapter 6 Regular Care and Maintenance
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Chapter 7 Specifications
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Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 What is the DRYPIX 7000? .................................................................................. 1-2
1.2 System Features .................................................................................................. 1-2
1.3 Safety ................................................................................................................... 1-3
1.4 Operational Precautions ....................................................................................... 1-4
1.4.1 Laser Handling Precautions ..................................................................... 1-4
1.4.2 Preventing Electric Shock ........................................................................ 1-4
1.4.3 Ventilation Precautions ............................................................................. 1-4
1.4.4 Handling Precautions ............................................................................... 1-4
1.4.5 Software Precautions ............................................................................... 1-4
1.5 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) .................................................................. 1-5
1.5.1 Further information for IEC60601-1-2:2001 ............................................. 1-5
1.5.2 Classification ............................................................................................. 1-8
1.6 Precautions for Storing or Handling the DI-HL, DI-HLc, and DI-ML Films for
the Fuji Medical Dry Laser Imager ....................................................................... 1-9
1.6.1 Precautions for Storing or Handling Unused Films .................................. 1-9
1.6.2 Precautions for Storing or Handling Recorded Films ............................... 1-9
1.6.3 Other ......................................................................................................... 1-9
1.7 Other Precautions for Using the Equipment ......................................................... 1-10
1.7.1 Precautions for Inserting the Shutter ......................................................... 1-10
1.8 Location of Each Label.......................................................................................... 1-11

Chapter 2 System Overview


2.1 System Configuration ........................................................................................... 2-2
2.2 Hardware Configuration ....................................................................................... 2-3
[1] DRYPIX 7000 Main Unit .................................................................................. 2-3
[2] Operation Panel .............................................................................................. 2-4

Chapter 3 Basic Operation


3.1 Routine Operations .............................................................................................. 3-2
Starting Up the System ......................................................................... 3-3
Reading (Storing) Images ..................................................................... 3-5
Printing Images (film output) ................................................................. 3-5
Shutting Down the System ................................................................... 3-6
3.2 Supplying Film (Replacing the Film Pack) ........................................................... 3-7
3.3 Urgent Print .......................................................................................................... 3-13
3.4 Deleting a Print Job .............................................................................................. 3-14
3.5 Print Job Details ................................................................................................... 3-16

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Chapter 4 Utility Operation


4.1 What is Utility? ..................................................................................................... 4-2
4.2 Starting Up and Quitting the Utility ....................................................................... 4-3
4.2.1 Starting Up the Utility ............................................................................... 4-3
4.2.2 Quitting the Utility ..................................................................................... 4-3
4.3 Auto F.D.C. .......................................................................................................... 4-4
4.4 Test Pattern ......................................................................................................... 4-8
4.5 Unlock Tray .......................................................................................................... 4-12
4.6 Print Queue .......................................................................................................... 4-15
4.7 Set Counters ........................................................................................................ 4-17
4.8 Economy Mode .................................................................................................... 4-20
4.8.1 Transition Time ........................................................................................ 4-21
4.8.2 Scheduler ................................................................................................. 4-24
4.8.3 Calendar ................................................................................................... 4-27
4.8.4 Save Power .............................................................................................. 4-33
4.9 Set Alarm ............................................................................................................. 4-35
4.10 Automated F.D.C. ................................................................................................ 4-37
4.11 Set Date/Time ...................................................................................................... 4-38
4.12 Software Version .................................................................................................. 4-40
4.13 Reprint ................................................................................................................. 4-41
4.14 Time Interval Determined for Animation Display ................................................. 4-45

Chapter 5 Troubleshooting
5.1 Items to be Confirmed First ................................................................................. 5-2
5.2 Error Window ....................................................................................................... 5-4
5.3 When the Film Jams ............................................................................................ 5-5
5.4 Failing in Reading a Barcode ............................................................................... 5-27
5.5 Failing in Loading Films ....................................................................................... 5-30
5.6 Failing in Auto F.D.C. (Automatic Density Calibration) ........................................ 5-34
5.7 Failing in Placing a Cleaning Roller ..................................................................... 5-35
5.8 Storing the Equipment Operation History ............................................................ 5-37
5.9 Failing in Turning the Power Switch OFF After Pressing the SHUTDOWN Button ... 5-38

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Chapter 6 Regular Care and Maintenance


6.1 Cleaning the Cleaning Roller with Water ............................................................. 6-2
6.2 Cleaning the Suction Filter ................................................................................... 6-5

Chapter 7 Specifications
1 System Components ............................................................................................... 7-2
1.1 Standard Components .................................................................................... 7-2
1.2 Options ........................................................................................................... 7-2
1.3 Supplies .......................................................................................................... 7-2
2 Processing Capacity ................................................................................................ 7-2
3 Applicable Film ......................................................................................................... 7-2
4 Recording Pixel Size ................................................................................................ 7-2
5 CR Image Size Reduction ....................................................................................... 7-2
6 Gray Scale ............................................................................................................... 7-2
7 Maximum Density .................................................................................................... 7-3
8 Power Supply Conditions ......................................................................................... 7-3
9 Environmental Conditions ........................................................................................ 7-3
10 External View and Weight ........................................................................................ 7-4
10.1 External Dimensions and Weight ................................................................... 7-4
10.2 Internal Construction ...................................................................................... 7-5

Maintenance and Inspection


1 Users Maintenance and Inspection Items
1.1 Daily Inspection
1.2 Periodical Inspection
2 Maintenance and Inspection Items Assigned to Specified Dealer

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Chapter 1
Introduction

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1.1 What is the DRYPIX 7000?


The Fuji Medical Dry Laser Imager DRYPIX 7000 is a device that prints digital image data
transferred via the DICOM network from the FCR Image Reader or CT, MRI and other
imaging modalities onto dedicated film in the selected format.

1.2 System Features


The main features of the Fuji Medical Dry Laser Imager DRYPIX 7000 are as follows.

1 Water, developer, fixer and other chemicals are completely unnecessary, doing away
with the need for drainage and exhaust facilities and related construction. There is also
no need for space to store chemicals.
2 Chemical handling, replenishment, disposal processing and the related time and effort
are not necessary. Moreover, environmental pollution is prevented.
3 Film can be handled under daylight room conditions, doing away with the need for
darkrooms.
4 You can select blue-base film (DI-HL), clear-base film (DI-HLc), or blue-base film for
mammography use (DI-ML) depending on the intended use. It is possible to determine
type of film that is to be used for each tray.

5 Compact size does not limit installation site selection.

Fuji Medical Dry Laser Imager, model DRYPIX 7000 is indicated for use in providing
diagnostic quality medical images on film for aid in physician diagnosis, including the printing
of images and associated identification information from various digital imaging source
modalities, including but not limited to, Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance
Imaging (MRI), Ultrasound, Computed Radiography, Digital Radiography, Digital
Mammography and Nuclear Medicine.

Note: For digital Mammography images, the high resolution mode (50 micron recording pixel
size) is used.

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1.3 Safety
This section contains safety precautions required for the safe operation of this equipment.
Carefully read and follow these precautions before using the equipment.

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If these precautions are not followed, injuries or damage to the equipment may occur.
The safety precautions are marked as WARNING or CAUTION, and additional information
. The meanings of these precautions are as follows:

Indicates hazardous situations that may lead to serious injury or even death if 3
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the precaution is not or could not be followed.

Indicates hazardous situations that may lead to mild or moderate injury if the
precaution is not or cannot be followed. Precautions against accidents

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causing only physical damage.

Indicates procedures requiring special attention, instructions that must be

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followed, supplementary explanations, etc.

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1.4 Operational Precautions


1.4.1 Laser Handling Precautions
DRYPIX 7000 Laser Unit Specifications
Class 3B
Medium Semiconductor laser
Wavelength 660 nm
Maximum Output 50 mW (CW)

The DRYPIX 7000 incorporates a Class 3B laser with a maximum output of 50mW.
To prevent exposure to its laser beams, observe the following precautions.
y Never remove the protective covers.
y When opening the outer covers for coping with film jams, be sure to observe procedures
set forth in the Operation Manual.
y Always contact a qualified service engineer immediately if you suspect there is a
malfunction.

Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those


specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

1.4.2 Preventing Electric Shock

The power supply to the DRYPIX 7000 is AC200-240V.


To avoid possible electrical shock, users should observe the following
precautions.
y Avoid installation sites where water may splash on the equipment.
y Make sure that the equipment is properly grounded to a protective earth lead
for indoor wiring.
y Make sure that all cable connections have been properly connected.

Inside the DRYPIX 7000 are parts through which a high voltage is conducted,
putting the user at risk for electric shock. Never remove any covers other than
the eject and front covers.

1.4.3 Ventilation Precautions


Be sure to install this equipment in a well-ventilated environment.
Good ventilation must attend its use (at least 54m3/hour for one unit).

1.4.4 Handling Precautions


If the room temperature increases abruptly when the equipment is cold, dew
condensation may occur. Exercise care so that dew condensation does not
occur because it may cause the equipment to be damaged.

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1.5 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for medical devices to
the IEC60601-1-2:2001, Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC.

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These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
typical medical installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed

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and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to other
devices in the vicinity.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.

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If this equipment does cause harmful interference to other devices, which can be determined
by tuning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:

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y Reorient or relocate the receiving device.
y Increase the separation between the equipment.
y Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the other

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device(s) are connected.
Consult the manufacturer or field service technician for help.

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1.5.1 Further information for IEC60601-1-2:2001
Medical electrical equipment needs special precautions regarding EMC and needs to be
installed and put into service according to the EMC information provided in the
accompanying documents.
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment can affect medical electrical
equipment.
The use of accessories, transducers and cables other than those specified, with the
exception of transducers and cables sold by FUJIFILM Corporation as replacement parts
for internal components, may result in increased emissions or decreased immunity of the
DRYPIX 7000.
List of Cables
Name FUJIFILM Parts code General Specification
I/F Cable TIA/EIA-568 Cat5 or more.
Straight cable of UTP type.

The DRYPIX 7000 should not be used adjacent to or stacked with other equipment.
If adjacent or stacked use is necessary, the DRYPIX 7000 should be observed to verify
normal operation in the configuration in which it will be used.

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Guidance and manufacturers declaration - electromagnetic emissions


The DRYPIX 7000 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below.
The customer or the user of the DRYPIX 7000 should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Emissions test Compliance Electromagnetic environment - guidance
RF emissions The DRYPIX 7000 uses RF energy only for its internal function.
Group 1 Therefore, its RF emissions are very low and are not likely to cause any interference in
CISPR 11 nearby electronic equipment.
RF emissions
Class A
CISPR 11
Harmonic emissions The DRYPIX 7000 is suitable for use in all establishments other than domestic and those
Class A
IEC61000-3-2 directly connected to the public low-voltage power supply network that supplies buildings
used for domestic purposes.
Voltage fluctuations/
flicker emissions Complies
IEC61000-3-3

Guidance and manufacturers declaration - electromagnetic immunity


The DRYPIX 7000 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below.
The customer or the user of the DRYPIX 7000 should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Electromagnetic environment
Immunity test IEC 60601 test level Compliance level
guidance
Electrostatic discharge 6kV contact 2kV contact Floors should be wood, concrete or
(ESD) 4kV contact ceramic tile. If floors are covered with
IEC61000-4-2 8kV air 6kV contact synthetic material, the relative humidity
2kV air should be at least 30%.
4kV air
8kV air
Electrical fast 2kV for power supply lines 2kV for power supply lines Mains power quality should be that of a
transient/burst 1kV for input/output lines 1kV for input/output lines typical commercial or hospital
IEC61000-4-4 environment.

Surge 1kV differential mode 1kV differential mode Mains power quality should be that of a
IEC61000-4-5 2kV common mode 2kV common mode typical commercial or hospital
environment.
Voltage dips, short <5% UT <5% UT Mains power quality should be that of a
interruptions and voltage (>95% dip in UT) (>95% dip in UT) typical commercial or hospital
variations of power supply for 0.5 cycle for 0.5 cycle environment. If the user of the DRYPIX
input lines 40% UT 40% UT 7000 requires continued operation
IEC61000-4-11 (60% dip in UT) (60% dip in UT) during power mains interruptions, it is
for 5 cycles for 5 cycles recommended that the DRYPIX 7000
be powered from an uninterruptible
70% UT 70% UT power supply or a battery.
(30% dip in UT) (30% dip in UT)
for 25 cycles for 25 cycles
<5% UT <5% UT
(>95% dip in UT) (>95% dip in UT)
for 5 s for 5 s
Power frequency 3 A/m 3 A/m Power frequency magnetic fields
(50/60Hz) magnetic field should be at levels characteristic of a
IEC61000-4-8 typical location in a typical commercial
or hospital environment.
NOTE: UT is the a.c. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.

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Guidance and manufacturers declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The DRYPIX 7000 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below.
The customer or the user of the DRYPIX 7000 should assure that it is used in such an environment.

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Immunity test IEC 60601 test level Compliance level Electromagnetic environment guidance
Conducted RF 3 Vrms 3 Vrms Portable and mobile RF communications equipment
IEC61000-4-6 150 kHz to 80 MHz should be used no closer to any part of the DRYPIX
7000, including cables, than the recommended

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separation distance calculated from the equation
applicable to the frequency of the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance

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d = 1.2
Radiated RF 3 V/m 3 V/m d = 1.2 80 MHz to 800 MHz
IEC61000-4-3 80 MHz to 2.5 GHz d = 2.3 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz

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where P is the maximum output power rating of the
transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter
manufacturer and d is the recommended separation
distance in metres (m).

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Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as
determined by an electromagnetic site survey,a should
be less than the compliance level in each frequency
range.b

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Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment
marked with the following symbol:

NOTE 1 : At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 : These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from
structures, objects and people.
a Field strength from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land mobile radios,
amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy.
To assess the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site survey should be considered.
If the measured field strength in the location in which the DRYPIX 7000 is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance, the
DRYPIX 7000 should be observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be
necessary, such as reorienting or relocating the DRYPIX 7000.
b Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strength should be less than 3 V/m.

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Recommended separation distances between


Portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the DRYPIX 7000
The DRYPIX 7000 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled.
The customer or the user of the DRYPIX 7000 can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance
between portable and mobile RF communications equipment (transmitters) and the DRYPIX 7000 as recommended below,
according to the maximum output power of the communications equipment.
Rated maximum output Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
power of transmitter m
150 kHz to 80 MHz 80 MHz to 800 MHz 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
W d=1.2 d=1.2 d=2.3
0.01 0.12 0.12 0.23
0.1 0.38 0.38 0.73
1 1.2 1.2 2.3
10 3.8 3.8 7.3
100 12 12 23
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in metres (m) can be
estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum output power rating of the
transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1 : At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 : These guidelines may not apply in all situations.
Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.

1.5.2 Classification
1) According to the type of protection against electrical shock
CLASS 1 EQUIPMENT
2) According to the degree of protection against electric shock
NO APPLIED PART
3) Protection against harmful ingress of water
IPXO
4) According to the degree of safety of application in the presence of a flammable anesthetics
mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide.
Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetics mixture with air or
with oxygen or nitrous oxide.
5) According to the mode of operation
CONTINUOUS OPERATION

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1.6 Precautions for Storing or Handling the DI-HL, DI-HLc, and
DI-ML Films for the Fuji Medical Dry Laser Imager
1.6.1 Precautions for Storing or Handling Unused Films

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1 Use only the Fuji Medical Dry Laser Imager Film DI-HL, DI-HLc, or DI-ML that is
compatible with this equipment. If a film other than DI-HL, DI-HLc, or DI-ML is used, a
malfunction may be caused to the equipment.

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2 Be sure to store unused films contained in the film pack in a cool, dry and dark place of
low temperature and low humidity (temperature: 10 to 23C, relative humidity:
4515%), avoiding radioactivity and reactive gases, same as for the conventional wet-

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type film.
3 The DI-HL, DI-HLc, or DI-ML films are light-sensitive. Do not open a film pack before it is
loaded properly in the equipment.
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Do not touch unused films with bare hands, otherwise adverse effects can appear on
recorded images.
5 Do not take unused films out of the film pack that has once been loaded into the
equipment and opened or add films to the film pack loaded, which will result in

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misoperation or failure of the equipment.
6 The film pack contains a protective sheet that is a film, in addition to specified number of
recording films. This protective sheet will remain in the film pack even after those

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recording films have been printed and it cannot be used for image recording. Discard it
together with unused films.
7 Because this system allows film loading in illuminated room, the film pack can be loaded
under the illuminated environment. For how to load the film pack in the machine, see
page 3-7 in this manual, or refer to the operation panel display.

1.6.2 Precautions for Storing or Handling Recorded Films


1 Store recorded films in a cool, dry and dark place of low temperature and low humidity.
The higher the temperature and humidity, the more the density of recorded images will
increase. Long-term storage at high temperature, high humidity and/or daylight
conditions, such as in car or in room during summer, may cause discoloration. Using
films in the slide projector or in the overhead projector will also cause discoloration.
2 For the long-term storage performance of recorded films, we assume based on the result
of the acceleration test that it will be over 30 years at the storage temperature of 25C
and over 25 years at 30C, until the portion on an image of density (D) = 1.2 at time of
output to change 10% (D=0.12).

1.6.3 Other
1 After an image has been recorded, the film immediately after it was ejected from the
machine is still in the process of image development and the room illumination or light
emanating from the viewing box will cause slight changes in the optical density. Due to
such optical effect, traces of overlapped films or transferred images can be visually
recognized temporarily, which will disappear when those films are left under the normal
light condition.
2 Note that lucid surfaces of recorded films can be lost or traces of contact with any
chemicals that contain water, alcohol, developer, etc., and with other objects that contain
a large amount of salt may appear on images, if they are handled under high-humidity
environment or due to such undesirable contacts.
3 Do not store films with its image recording faces attached with each other.

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1.7 Other Precautions for Using the Equipment


1.7.1 Precautions for Inserting the Shutter

Be sure to turn the power OFF first and then insert the shutter, because a system error may
result.
Note, however, that you do not have to turn the power OFF if an instruction is indicated on
the operation panel to insert the shutter.

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1.8 Location of Each Label

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JAM Handling Label 1

JAM Handling Label 2 Caution Label

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Chapter 2
System Overview

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System Overview

2.1 System Configuration


This system transfers and prints information of images exposed by the FCR Image Reader
or CT, MRI and other imaging modalities to the DRYPIX 7000 (this equipment) via the
DICOM network.
Image data derived from the FCR Image Reader or image processor that is not connected to
the DICOM network can be printed via the DRYPIX Link connected to the DICOM network.

System overview is described below.

[Fig. 2.1] System Overview

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2.2 Hardware Configuration
[1] DRYPIX 7000 Main Unit

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[Fig. 2.2] DRYPIX 7000 Main Unit

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[Table 2-1] Component Names and Functions

Name Function
Main Unit Operation Panel See pages 2-4 and 2-5 for details.
Output Film Tray Ejected output films are stacked in this tray.
A maximum of 150 films can be stacked here.
Tray 1 Film supply tray provided as a standard.
Tray 2 (option) Optional film supply tray.
* Depending on the equipment specification, Tray 2 is provided as a standard.
Tray 3 (option) Another optional film supply tray.
* Depending on the equipment specification, Tray 3 is provided as a standard.
Front Cover Never open the Front Cover while in routine processing status.
Open this cover only when a film jam occurs inside the unit, and take appropriate
countermeasures for correcting film jamming.
See Chapter 5, Troubleshooting for details.
Film Jam Clear Cover Never open the Film Jam Clear Cover while in routine processing status.
Open this cover only when a film jam occurs inside the unit, and take appropriate
countermeasures for correcting film jamming.
See Chapter 5, Troubleshooting for details.
Main Power Switch Leave this switch turned ON ( | ).

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[2] Operation Panel

[Fig. 2.3] Main Unit Operation Panel

[Table 2-2] Component Names and Function

Name Function
Power ON Switch Turns ON the power to the main unit.

POWER Lamp Lights green when the Main Power Switch has been turned ON. As the
Main Power Switch is basically left ON, the POWER Lamp will also
basically be lit always.
Power SAVE Lamp Lights green when the equipment goes into sleep mode and blinks when
in power save mode or while no image is displayed on the screen.

ERROR Lamp When an error occurs, the ERROR Lamp lights orange. Do as the
message in the display instructs. The ERROR Lamp will remain lit
unless equipment Main Power Switch is turned OFF.
Display The number of films remaining in each tray, system messages,
operation button (icon), etc. will be displayed here. For details, see next
page.

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[Fig. 2.4] Main Unit Operation Panel (display layout: initial image)

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[Table 2-3] Component Names and Functions

Name Function
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Ready (Green) Ready condition.

Title/Message Displays screen titles or messages.


Entering the Utility mode will display UTILITY in this area.
For details, see Chapter 3, Basic Operation and Chapter 4, Utility
Operation.

No. of Remaining Films Displays the number of films remaining in each tray and type of film.

No. of Prints Displays the number of prints standby for output.


for Output Also displays already-registered print jobs, serving at the same time as
(Hard Disk Icon) an execution icon (Hard Disk Icon) that implements deletion, urgent
processing or display of details of such print jobs. For details, see
Chapter 3, Basic Operation 3.3 Urgent Print / 3.4 Deleting a Print
Job / 3.5 Print Job Details.

Film Size Icon Displays a film size set up for each tray (1, 2 and 3).
Displays 4.0 when the DI-ML is set up at a maximum density of 4.0.
(Maximum density output may differ depending on the setting performed
on the connected modality.)
Both inch system (1417/1014) and metric system (3543/2636) are
available.

Utility Icon Pressing this icon will enter Utility mode.


For details of Utility mode functions, see Chapter 4, Utility Operation.

Operation Icon When the system requires any user operation for troubleshooting, etc.,
icons available for such purposes will be displayed.

Shutdown Icon Pressing this icon will start the system shutdown process.

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Chapter 3
Basic Operation

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Basic Operation

3.1 Routine Operations

The following four steps constitute routine operations.

Starting Up the System ........................................................................... Page 3-3

Reading (Storing) Images .................................................. Page 3-5

Printing Images (film output) ............................................. Page 3-5

Shutting Down the System ...................................................................... Page 3-6

and need not to be operated on this equipment because connected


devices are responsible for those operations.

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1
Starting Up the System
1 Confirm that the Main Power Switch on the bottom front of the equipment has been
turned ON, and the POWER Lamp on the operation panel lights green.

2
[Fig. 3.1] Main Power Switch

When the switch is turned to the I side,


3
4
the Main Power Switch is ON status.

2 Press the Power ON Switch on the operation panel.


5
6
[Fig. 3.2] Pressing the Power ON Switch

3 When the Power ON Switch is pressed, the initialization process starts. The software
version as well as software ID will then appear on the DRYPIX 7000 main unit display.
When the following right screen is displayed, the system has been started up normally.

[Fig. 3.3] Software Version Displayed

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[Fig. 3.4] Startup UP Screen - 1

When this screen appears, imaging information can


be transferred from an imaging modality to this
equipment.

[Fig. 3.5] Startup UP Screen - 2

This screen may not appear depending on


the temperature inside the equipment,
proceeding directly to [Fig. 3.6] Startup UP
Screen - 3.

[Fig. 3.6] Startup UP Screen - 3

[Fig. 3.7] Startup Process Completed

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1
Reading (Storing) Images
No operations are required on this equipment because connected devices are responsible

2
for those operations.

Printing Images (film output) 3


Because operations, such as film output command, etc., are performed by DICOM-
networked devices that enable the DICOM PRINT function, no specific operations are 4
5
required on the DRYPIX 7000 main unit for film output purposes.
However, be sure to observe the following cautions when outputting films from the
DRYPIX 7000.

Q Cautions to be observed when outputting films


6
Do not forcibly pull out a film that is being output.
If the film that is being output is forcibly pulled out, it can be damaged. 7
Never open the Front Cover and/or Eject Cover during image recording.
If the Front Cover and/or Eject Cover is opened by mistake during image recording,
operation will be suspended for safety reasons.
At the same time, the alarm will sound and the message saying that the cover is opened
will be displayed on the operation panel.
Note that a film (image) that was being processed when the cover was opened will not
be printed in the correct density.
A film (image) thus printed cannot be used for intended purposes.
A maximum of 150 films can be stacked in the output film tray.
However, exercise care so as to remove stacked films before the tray becomes full.

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Shutting Down the System


1 Make sure to confirm that the DRYPIX 7000 main unit has completed image recording
and output processing and is in idle status.

2 Press the button on the Operation Panel.


[Fig. 3.8]

3 When a screen appears prompting you to confirm the system shutdown, press
button.
[Fig. 3.9]

When this screen disappears, the system has


been ended normally.

If unprocessed films remain in the equipment, a screen like that shown below appears.
Select to press either of button or button.

[Fig. 3.10]

If you want to start up the equipment


after pressing the button,
wait at least 5 seconds* to turn the
power switch ON.
* This is to fully reset the equipments
internal conditions.

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3.2 Supplying Film (Replacing the Film Pack)
When the film in the supply tray runs out, the screen background turns yellow and the
button appears. Pressing this button will display the button.

2
An attempt to output films in this status will sound the film supply alarm.
* The alarm will not sound if it has been set to OFF.

3
When the equipment is operated with the two film trays loaded with films of the same size
of the same type, if the film in Tray 1 runs out, the supply tray will automatically switch
over to Tray 2.
In this case, the alarm will not sound until the film in Tray 2 runs out and film output

4
continues even thought the button is displayed.
When the equipment is operated with all the three trays loaded with films of the same size
of the same type, the alarm will not sound until the third tray becomes completely empty

5
continuing thus film output.

Follow the procedure below to replace the film pack with new one.

6
See the animation that appears in the display. This animation will facilitate you to know
how to replace the film pack. If you wish to see it again, press the button.
Note that if the button is pressed, the procedure to be performed the next will be

7
displayed.

Use only DI-HL, DI-HLc, or DI-ML films for Fuji Medical Dry Laser Imager.
Images cannot be recorded correctly if other films are used.

1 Press the button to stop it.


[Fig. 3.11]

2 Press the button to unlock it.


[Fig.3.12]

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3 The film tray has been unlocked. See the animation that appears on the display to fully
pull the empty film tray out.
[Fig. 3.13]

Be sure to pull the tray out only after it has been unlocked.
Doing so will result in damaging the tray unit.

4 Remove the film cushioning cardboard and protective materials remaining in the tray.

[Fig. 3.14]

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5 Place a new film pack in the empty tray following the procedure below.
5-1 Remove the film pack from the carton.

2
5-2 With the film pack arrow mark pointing upward, set it in place so that the mark on
the label of the film pack is aligned with the mark on the tray as illustrated below.

[Fig. 3.15]

Use the DI-HL, DI-HLc, or


3
4
DI-ML film.
(The arrow mark is printed
on the red background.
For the DI-ML film, it is

5
printed on the green
background.)
Images cannot be recorded
correctly if films such as
DI-AL, etc. are used.

6
7
5-3 Break the label while lifting the end of the film pack slightly, and then open both
sides of the film pack as shown below.

[Fig. 3.16]

5-4 Using the cutter placed on the right-hand side of the operation panel, cut the film
pack along with the tray edge as illustrated below.

[Fig. 3.17]

If the cutters blade protection is broken, the blade will be exposed posing
then danger to the user. Do not touch the unprotected blade.
Replace a dull cutter hard to cut the film pack, as necessary.

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5-5 Replace the cutter in the position where it has been placed.
5-6 Slowly push the film tray in until it locks firmly.

When locking the film tray, place the hand as illustrated below being careful
not to pinch your fingers.

[Fig. 3.18]

Be careful so that your fingers are not caught in the


button of the tray.

5-7 When the film pack barcode has been read correctly, a beep will sound.
When a beep sounds or the [Fig. 3.19] screen appears, gently and slowly pull
out then the film pack end that is outside the film tray.
[Fig. 3.19]

[Fig. 3.20]

An attempt to pull the film pack out at a slant or


roughly will cause it to be broken.

As for failure in reading the film pack barcode, see Section 5.4 Failing in Reading a
Barcode, Chapter 5 Troubleshooting (p.5-27).

Do not take unused films out of the film pack that has once been loaded into
the equipment and opened or add films to the film pack loaded, which will
result in misoperation or failure of the equipment.

The film pack contains a protective sheet, in addition to specified number of recording films.
This protective sheet will remain in the film pack even after those recording films have
been printed and it cannot be used for image reading. Discard it together with unnecessary
films.

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5-8 The display returns to the routine screen. This completes the film supply procedure.
Note, however, that if you have selected By each film pack for AUTOMATED
1
2
F.D.C. in the Utility mode, the Auto F.D.C. (automatic film density calibration) will be
performed. After completion of the density calibration procedure, the display returns
to the routine screen.

3
For details of AUTOMATED F.D.C., see Chapter 4, Utility Operation.

6
4
5
When an incorrect film pack was loaded or films of unspecified type were loaded
6-1 When an incorrect film pack was loaded:

6
When the film pack is loaded incorrectly (loaded up-side-down, one end of the film pack is
not outside the tray), the related tray will be unlocked. Then, the following screen will
appear.

7
If you want to stop loading films while the following screen [Fig. 3.21] is being displayed
on the operation panel, remove the film pack and close the tray.

button will appear on the operation panel.


Press the button, and open and then close the tray again.

[Fig. 3.21]

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6-2 When films of unspecified type were loaded

When films of unspecified type are loaded, either screen or will appear
depending on the service setting.

1 When screen appears:

1-1 To change the film, press the button.

1-2 When the tray is unlocked, fully pull out the film tray toward you.
Replace then the film and close the tray.
1-3 To continue printing without replacing the film, remove the film pack.

When the operation is forcibly performed continuously, pay attention to the fact that the
density of finishing may differ from the one printed on film of the specified type.

[Fig. 3.22]

2 When screen appears:


Processing will continue with films of unspecified type loaded.
Press the button.

When the operation is forcibly performed continuously, pay attention to the fact that the
density of finishing may differ from the one printed on film of the specified type.

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3.3 Urgent Print

This function not only displays print jobs that have already been registered at the time when

2
the Hard Disk Icon was pressed, but also processes urgent printing for specified films.

The operation procedure is as follows.

1 Press the Hard Disk Icon on the operation panel.

[Fig. 3.23] 3
4
5
6
7
2 The display changes to the Job List Screen [Fig. 3.24]. Press the button to
update the job information to the newest.
[Fig. 3.24] Job List Screen

The Status column of the Job List Screen includes the


following four statuses.
y Printing : Displays a job being in process of
printout.
y Processing : Displays a job being in process of image
processing or awaiting for printout.
y Blank : Displays an unprocessed job that has
just been received.
y Error : Displays a job with which an error
occurred.

3 Use the and buttons to select a specific job, Note that the urgent print
function is not available for a job in print output process or an image that is being
processed.

4 Pressing the button will move the selected job to the top to produce the printout
urgently.

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3.4 Deleting a Print Job

This function not only displays print jobs that have already been registered at the time when
the Hard Disk Icon was pressed, but also deletes those jobs.

The operation procedure is as follows.

1 Press the Hard Disk Icon on the operation panel.

[Fig. 3.25]

2 The display changes to the Job List Screen [Fig. 3.26]. Press the button to
update the job information to the newest.
[Fig. 3.26] Job List Screen

The Status column of the Job List Screen includes the


following four statuses.
y Printing : Displays a job being in process of
printout.
y Processing : Displays a job being in process of image
processing or awaiting for printout.
y Blank : Displays an unprocessed job that has
just been received.
y Error : Displays a job with which an error
occurred.

3 Use the and buttons to select a specific job, and Press the
button. Note that a job that is in process of printout or being in image processing cannot
be deleted.

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1
3-1 Pressing the button will display the [Fig. 3.27] Confirmation Screen, which
prompts you to confirm the setup data. If the input setup data is correct, press the
button. The display returns to the [Fig. 3.26] Job List Screen.

Note that if you implement deletion processing, the image data will be erased.
2
3
[Fig. 3.27] Conformation Screen

4
5
6
3-1-1 If you press the button, a job displayed on the Details Screen
7
above will be determined to be a target for deletion processing, displaying
then a confirmation screen same as [Fig. 3.27]. If the input setup data is
correct, press the button.

3-1-2 Pressing the button will return the system to the [Fig. 3.26] Job
List Screen.

3-1-3 If you press the button on the [Fig. 3.26] Job List Screen, the
system will return to the routine screen.

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3.5 Print Job Details

This function not only displays print jobs that have already been registered at the time when
the Hard Disk Icon was pressed, but also deletes those jobs or processes urgent printing.

The operation procedure is as follows.

1 Press the Hard Disk Icon on the operation panel.

[Fig. 3.28]

2 The display changes to the Job List Screen [Fig. 3.29]. Press the button to
update the job information to the newest.
[Fig. 3.29] Job List Screen

The Status column of the Job List Screen includes the


following four statuses.
y Printing : Displays a job being in process of
printout.
y Processing : Displays a job being in process of image
processing or awaiting for printout.
y Blank : Displays an unprocessed job that has
just been received.
y Error : Displays a job with which an error
occurred.

3 Use the and buttons to select a specific job, and press the
button

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1
3-1 Pressing the button will display the [Fig. 3.30] Details Screen.

[Fig. 3.30] Details Screen

2
3
4
5
Use the and buttons to move to the Details Screen of either the previous or 6
7
following job.
If you press the button, the job information will be updated to the newest.

3-1-1 Pressing the button will return the system to the [Fig. 3.29] Job List
Screen.

3-1-2 If you press the button on the [Fig. 3.29] Job List Screen, the
system will return to the routine screen.

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Chapter 4
Utility Operation

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Utility Operation

4.1 What is Utility?


The DRYPIX 7000 offers Utility functions, which allow the users to operate processing such
as film count checking and automatic film density calibration, etc.
[Fig. 4.1] Utility Initial Screen (1/3)
............................ See page 4-4.
Calibrates the output film density automatically.

............................ See page 4-8.


Outputs test pattern films.

............................ See page 4-12.


Unlocks trays.

............................ See page 4-15.


Deletes registered print jobs or handles
urgent print processing.

............................ See page 4-17.


Displays the number of films used for each
tray and/or resets the film count.

............................ See page 4-20.


Sets up power saving items.

[Fig. 4.1] Utility Initial Screen (2/3)


............................ See page 4-35.
Turns ON/OFF and adjusts the alarm or
button touch sound.

............................ See page 4-37.


Sets the timing for performing automatic film
density calibration.

............................ See page 4-38.


Adjusts the built-in clock.

............................ See page 4-40.


Displays the software version.

............................ See page 4-41.

[Fig. 4.1] Utility Initial Screen (3/3)

............................. See page 4-45.


Sets time interval for animation display.

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1
4.2 Starting Up and Quitting the Utility
4.2.1 Starting Up the Utility

2
1 Press the button that is on the upper right of the routine screen.
After a while, the Utility initial screen will be displayed.

3
[Fig. 4.2] Routine Screen [Fig. 4.3] Utility Initial Screen (1/3)

4
5
6
4.2.2 Quitting the Utility
7
1 After completing each utility setting, press the button or button
to return to the Utility initial screen.

2 Press the button on the Utility initial screen.


After a while, Utility is quit returning then to the Routine mode.

[Fig. 4.4] Utility Initial Screen (1/3)

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4.3 Auto F.D.C.

This function is used to calibrate the film density.


Output film density must correspond to the density gradation curve value that is determined
by using the measured 24-step density data as reference.
When the film manufacturing (lot) No. has been changed or when the output density has
changed, use this function to calibrate the density in the system.

The operation procedure is as follows.

1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

2 Press the button on the Utility initial screen (1/3).

[Fig. 4.5] Utility Initial Screen (1/3)

3 Select a tray targeted for calibration.


[Fig. 4.6] Tray Select Screen

Two or more trays can be


selected at the same time.

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1
4 At the press of the button, the automatic film density calibration will be
performed.

2
Selecting the icon on [Fig. 4.6] Tray Select Screen will enable you to
finely adjust a maximum density (Dmax) value. You can use this function when you
wish to change the maximum density with respect to the setup value, depending on

3
the view box luminance or room brightness.
To perform automatic film density calibration by selecting a shift value for high-
density calibration (Dmax), select a desired tray on the [Fig. 4.6] Tray Select

4
Screen and then press .

[Fig. 4.7] Shift Value (Dmax) Select Screen

5
6
7
If the shift value (Dmax) is changed, densities over
OD=2.5 will change.
Changing the shift value by 1 step will change the
density by about 0.1 at OD=3.6.

At the press of the button here with a


shift value for high-density calibration (Dmax)
selected accordingly, the shift value applicable to
automatic film density calibration will be
determined.
If the button is pressed, the display
will return to the [Fig. 4.6] Tray Select Screen.
If the button is pressed on the
[Fig. 4.6] Tray Select Screen, automatic film
density calibration processing will be performed.

The range of variation of the density shift value by automatic film density calibration
is presented to be served as a guideline.
The specification of this equipment provides that the maximum density is 3.6 and a
density that exceeds 3.6 will not be guaranteed.
Note, however, that the maximum density specified for the DI-ML film is 4.0.

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For a failure that occurs in automatic film density calibration processing, see Chapter 5,
Troubleshooting.
[Fig. 4.8] [Fig. 4.9]

5 After approx. three minutes, a 24-step density test pattern film like the following will be
output and the AUTO F.D.C will finish.

[Fig. 4.10] 24-step Density Test Pattern Film

14" 17" (35 43cm) 26 36cm

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1
6 The screen will change to the following (Fig. 4.11). Press the button to
return to the Utility initial screen.

2
[Fig. 4.11] AUTO F.D.C. Completed Screen

3
4
5
6
At the press of the
Screen.
button, the display returns to the [Fig. 4.6] Tray Select
7

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4.4 Test Pattern

This function outputs test pattern films.


Use this function to output test pattern films as required to make sure that images are
printed correctly.

The operation procedure is as follows.


1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

2 Press the button on the Utility initial screen (1/3).

[Fig. 4.12] Select Screen

3 A screen like that shown below will then appear.


Select a tray and press the button.

[Fig. 4.13]

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4 On the input modality setting screen that appears, use the and
buttons to select an input device. Press then the button.

2
[Fig. 4.14] Input Modality Setting Screen

default is the AE title name


registered at the time of 3
4
shipment from factory.
(Press the or
button, and select the AE title

5
other than the default.)

The individual device connected to the DICOM network is given a proper name called 6
7
AE title.
Use the or button to select one device registered to DRYPIX 7000.
A test pattern will be printed based on the imaging conditions of the selected device.

5 The output parameter select screen appears as follows. Select a desired number of
frames (1, 2, 4, 6, 8 or 12) and lookup table curve (LUT nos. from LUT1 to LUT8).
Press then the button.

[Fig. 4.15] Output Parameter Select Screen

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Utility Operation

6 On the Interpolation select screen that appears, select a desired interpolation type and
interpolation algorithm/method. Press then the button.

[Fig. 4.16] Interpolation Select Screen

If NONE is selected for the


Interpolation algorithm/method,
output test pattern films may not
be subjected to interpolation
processing and images may be
printed smaller in relation to the
film size.

7 The system will then displays the following in-process screen to start output of test
pattern films. After the completion of film output, the quit screen appears. Press the
button to return to the Utility initial screen.

At the press of the button, the display returns to the [Fig. 4.13].
[Fig. 4.17]

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1
8 When the test pattern film is output after a while, make sure that image has been printed
correctly.

2
[Fig. 4.18] Standard Test Pattern (SMPTE) - Example: For an output image

3
4
5
6
7
When the Service Setting has been performed, a user-defined test pattern can be
selected. From the Test Pattern screen, select the User Settable.
Then, follow the same operation procedures as for the SMPTE pattern.
[Fig. 4.19.1]

When the Service Setting has been performed, a test pattern to be used for
confirmation of the resolution can be selected.
From the Test Pattern screen, select the Spatial Resolution.
Printout will then start after Dmax is selected.
[Fig. 4.19.2]

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4.5 Unlock Tray

When you wish to remove the tray for any reason, you can unlock and remove the tray by
using this function.

The operation procedure is as follows.

1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

2 Press the button on the Utility initial screen (1/3).

[Fig. 4.20] Select Screen

3 The tray select screen like that shown below opens. As instructed on the screen,
carefully insert the shutter into the target tray.
Two shutters are provided; one is hanged on the left-side cover and the other is on the
rear cover.

[Fig. 4.21] Tray Select Screen

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1
4 On the tray select screen in step 3 above, select a tray you wish to unlock and press the
button. The tray will be unlocked.

2
5 Confirm that the screen has changed to the following. Remove then the tray to conduct
necessary work.

3
[Fig. 4.22]

4
5
6
Do not pull the tray out forcibly before the screen shown in [Fig. 4.22] appears,
otherwise the tray can be damaged.
[Fig. 4.23]
7
Although the lock pins provided
between the rails disable the
tray to be pulled out completely,
you can remove the tray if it is
pulled out while pushing it
inside slightly.

When you remove the tray,


hold it firmly with your hands,
and exercise care not to fall it
down. The maximum weight of
the tray containing films in it is
approx. 8.3Kg.

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6 After completing the work, insert the tray carefully and confirm that the tray has been
locked correctly, and then remove the shutter.

When locking the film tray, be careful not to pinch your fingers.

[Fig. 4.24]

7 Hang the tray on the specified position (on the left-side or rear cover) for storage.

[Fig. 4.25]

8 The screen will change to the tray select screen. Press the button to return
to the Utility initial screen.

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1
4.6 Print Queue

You can use this function to delete registered print jobs or handle urgent print processing.
The operation procedure is as follows.

2
3
1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

4
2 Press the on the Utility initial screen (1/3).

[Fig. 4.26]

5
6
7
3 The job select screen will then appear as follows. Use the and

buttons to select a target job and press the , or button.

[Fig. 4.27]

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Utility Operation

4 If the button is pressed, jobs selected in step 3 above will be printed urgently.

If or button is pressed, screens like those shown below will appear


prompting you to confirm. Press the button.

[Fig. 4.28] When the DELETE button was pressed

[Fig. 4.29] When the DELETE ALL button was pressed

5 The display returns to the job select screen. At the press of the button, you
can return to the Utility initial screen.

Remember that image data will be deleted if the DELETE or DELETE ALL processing is
performed.

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1
4.7 Set Counters

This function is used to display (confirm) and/or reset the no. of films output from each tray.

The operation procedure is as follows.


2
3
1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

4
2 Press the button on the Utility initial screen (1/3).

[Fig. 4.30] Select Screen

5
6
7
3 The Set Counters screen then appears.

[Fig. 4.31] Set Counters Screen

Set Counters : Displays the number of films used in the individual tray and resets the film counter.
Step 4
Display List : Proceeds to the Display List screen. Step 6

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Utility Operation

4 Press the button, and the following screen appears.


The number of films used since it was cleared off the last and the total number of films
used will be displayed respectively for each tray.
If the button is pressed on the right hand side of the screen, the number of
films used for each tray since it was cleared off the last (displayed at the top) will be
cleared off, resetting thus the film count to 0 (zero).

[Fig. 4.32]

5 When the button for the tray you wish to reset is pressed on the previous
screen [Fig. 4.32], the following reset confirm screen will be displayed.
If you wish to reset the count to 0 for the selected tray, press the button.
The display will then return to the previous screen [Fig. 4.32].
Press the button to return to the Utility initial screen.

[Fig. 4.33]

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6 Press the button, and the following screen will appear.


1
2
[Fig. 4.34]

3
4
5
7 With the or button, change the display list. 6
8 Pressing the button will return to the Set Counters screen [Fig.4.32].
7
The used film count in the Display List will not be cleared off even if the count is actually
cleared off. The display includes records for 10 days.

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Utility Operation

4.8 Economy Mode


Economy Mode that consists of the following three patterns is available for saving power
consumption by the equipment.
Screen Saver
Puts off the backlight of the screen and turns the screen OFF.
This mode pattern becomes available around-the-clock if you input a specific time period
on the Transition Time screen.

Stand-By
Erases the display, saves the heater power consumption and turns the motor OFF for
power conservation purposes.
(It will take about 10 minutes to return to a condition where film output becomes possible
again after the system has been restored from this mode pattern.)
To activate this mode pattern, input a specific time period on the Transition Time
screen and then perform necessary settings for Scheduler or Calendar.

Sleep
Power conservation effect enhanced further than the Stand-By mode pattern can be
obtained.
(It will take about 15 minutes to return to a condition where film output becomes possible
again after the system has been restored from this mode pattern.)
To activate this mode pattern, input a specific time period on the Transition Time
screen and then perform necessary settings for Scheduler or Calendar
For details of the Transition Time mode, see 4.8.1 Transition Time.
For details of the Scheduler mode, see 4.8.2 Scheduler.
For details of the Calendar mode, see 4.8.3 Calendar.
If the operation panel is not touched or no data comes from the outside even after a specific
time period preset has passed, the system will enter any of the three mode patterns above
automatically.
Furthermore, in the Stand-By or Sleep mode pattern, you can determine an available time
range as follows.
y Scheduler: Determines on a weekly basis a time range available for power
conservation purposes. (See section 4.8.2.)
y Calendar: Determines office closing days.
The following three setting modes, Closing all day, Closing
afternoon, and Closing morning, are available for each day starting
from the date on which such a setting is performed until after one year. It
is also possible to set up a time range for power conservation purposes
in all of the Closing all day, Closing afternoon, and Closing
morning modes for each office closing day.
(See section 4.8.3.)
y Save Power: The Save Power function, which moves into Economy Mode immediately
after starting the operation, is also available. (See section 4.8.4.)
If this function is performed, the system proceeds immediately to Economy
Mode, which requires a relatively long time for you to return to the condition
where film output is possible. For this reason, pay due attention when
performing this function.

Restoring from the Economy Mode


To restore routine status back from the Economy Mode, touch the operation panel or
transmit any image data from an external device.
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4.8.1 Transition Time
Set a time period in which the system proceeds from the routine status to Economy Mode as
follows.

2
If the operation panel is not touched or no data comes from the outside exceeding a
predetermined time period, the system proceeds automatically to the Economy Mode.

3
The Stand-By/Sleep mode pattern will be activated if settings necessary for Scheduler or Time
of Office Closed are performed accordingly.
Set up the Transition Time and then perform necessary settings for Scheduler or Time of

4
Office Closed.

The operation procedure is as follows.

5
1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

2 Perform settings necessary for Economy Mode.

6
Press the button on the Utility initial screen (1/3).

[Fig. 4.35] Utility Initial Screen (1/3)

3 A select screen like that shown below appears. Press the button.

[Fig. 4.36] Set Economy Mode Screen

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4 When a screen like that shown below appears, press the button.

[Fig. 4.37] Details Screen

5 When the button is selected, the display changes to the [Fig. 4.38] screen.
If the operation panel is not touched or no data comes from the outside exceeding a
time period predetermined on this screen, the system proceeds automatically to the
Economy Mode. The Economy Mode will be performed only when the Transition Time is
set up accordingly on this screen.

The Stand-By/Sleep mode pattern will be activated if settings necessary for


Scheduler or Time of Office Closed are performed accordingly.
Set up the Transition Time and then perform necessary settings for Scheduler or
Time of Office Closed.
[Fig. 4.38] Transition Time Screen

(1) To adjust the time, use the or button of the mode pattern you wish
to change.
(2) Press the button to determine the setup value.
(3) If you press the button, the display returns to the [Fig. 4.37] Details Screen.
(4) If you wish to perform settings for Scheduler continuously, proceed to
4.8.2 Scheduler. To perform settings for Time of Office Closed, proceed
to 4.8.3 Calendar. If you do not wish to perform settings for either of them, press
the button on [Fig. 4.37]. You can then return to the [Fig. 4.36] screen.

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CAUTION
If you have activated power conservation in Scheduler or Time of Office Closed and
the equipment restored from Economy Mode, the system goes again into Economy Mode

2
when the time preset on the Transition Time screen elapses. If you use the system on
holidays or at night for emergency purposes, we recommend that you set the Transition
Time relatively longer.

Ex.) An example where the time has been set to the following for each mode pattern.
3
4
Screen Saver: 15 min.
Stand-By: 60 min.
Sleep: 90 min.

5
6
7

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4.8.2 Scheduler
Use the Scheduler function to apply Economy Mode at night during weekdays.
This function makes it possible to set up a weekly time period for which Economy Mode is to
be activated. The time period thus set up will be the Time Period Where Economy Mode
is Activated. Furthermore, determining individually a time period where the system
operates routinely (Non-economy Operation Time Period) and the other time period where
Economy Mode is activated will have the equipment restore the Non-economy operation
condition automatically when it proceeds to the Non-economy Operation Time Period
from the Time Period Where Economy Mode is Activated. If you determine such time
period considering the time when office hours start, the equipment will start running
automatically when the time comes in the morning, making then transition from Economy
Mode to Non-economy Operation Time Period takes place smoothly.

For an example of office hours from 8:00 to 18:00

1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

2 Perform settings necessary for Economy Mode.


Press the button on the Utility initial screen (1/3).

[Fig. 4.39] Utility Initial Screen (1/3)

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3 A select screen like that shown below appears. Press the button.

[Fig. 4.40] Set Economy Mode Screen

2
3
4
5
4 When the following screen appears, press the button. 6
[Fig. 4.41] Details Screen

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5 The display then changes to a screen like that shown below, where you can set up a
time period for Economy Mode and None Economy by the day of the week.
[Fig. 4.42] Details Scheduler Screen

If the operation panel is not touched or no data comes from the outside exceeding the time
period specified so that the Transition Time is effective, the Economy Mode function will be
performed.
(1) Press the ECONOMY MODE or NON ECONOMY button to select a mode you want
to set.
(2) Use the buttons to select a position for starting time of ECONOMY
MODE or NON ECONOMY and press the button. The cell then turns red for
ECONOMY MODE and white for NON ECONOMY.
(3) Use the buttons to select a position for finish time of ECONOMY
MODE or NON ECONOMY and press the button.
You are then returned to [Fig. 4.42].
[Fig. 4.43]

(4) Repeat steps (1) through (3) for each day of the week to perform necessary settings.
(5) Check to see that settings have been performed correctly and press the
button to determine the setup data.
(6) Press then the button to return to the [Fig. 4.41] Details screen.
Note that the setup data is determined only when you press after has
been pressed accordingly.
(7) To perform settings for Calendar consecutively, press the button on
[Fig. 4.41] and proceed to 4.8.3 Calendar. If you do not wish to perform settings
for Scheduler and Time of Office Closed, press the button on
[Fig. 4.41] and then the same button on [Fig. 4.40]. You can then exit Economy
Mode to return to the Utility Initial screen.

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4.8.3 Calendar
Use the Calendar mode function if you wish to save power on office closing days.

2
By using this mode function, you can set up a time range that enables power conservation
on a daily basis. This setting also belongs to Time Period Where Economy Mode is
Activated. Combined with the Scheduler mode function, you can use Economy Mode in
an effective manner.

3
The three mode patterns, Closing all day, Closing afternoon and Closing morning, are
available in the Calendar mode. For each mode pattern, it is possible to set up a time range
divided into further detailed ranges. Same as with the Scheduler mode function, Non-

4
economy Operation Mode is restored automatically from Economy Mode.

z Calendar mode settings


Because a time range available for power conservation purposes is to be set up for the

5
Scheduler mode on a weekly basis, it is not possible to set up office closing dates due to
national holidays or other irregular closing days. In such an instance, you can easily
determine a time range for power conservation purposes by using the Calendar mode

6
function.
[Fig. 4.44] Calendar Screen

CAUTION
If Economy Mode has been activated for either Scheduler or Calendar, such mode
becomes effective for the specified time range. To use both the Scheduler and
Calendar modes at the same time, make sure to check the Scheduler screen as well.

It is possible to set up office closing days one year ahead of time.


After passing the setup date, the Calendar mode setting will be canceled
automatically. Perform settings for the following year as necessary.

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The operation procedure is as follows.


(If the system has already been proceeded to Economy Mode, you need not to perform
steps 1 and 2 below.)

1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

2 Perform settings necessary for Economy Mode.


Press the button on the Utility initial screen (1/3).

[Fig. 4.45] Utility Initial Screen (1/3)

3 A select screen like that shown below appears. Press the button.

[Fig. 4.46] Set Economy Mode Screen

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4 The display then changes to the following.
[Fig. 4.47] Calendar Screen

2
3
4
5
6
(1) Press a date of the calendar, and the color of the date thus specified will change,
meaning of which are as follows. Repeat touching the screen until the color you
want appears.
y Red: ALL (Closing all day) y Yellow: PM (Closing afternoon)

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y Green: AM (Closing morning) y Gray: Normal office day
(2) Press a day of the week to set up at a time all the same days of the month to be
determined as office closing days.
(3) With and , you can change the calendar month.

(4) At the completion of necessary settings, press the button to determine


the setup data.

(5) Use the button to return to the [Fig. 4.46] Set Economy Mode Screen.
Note that the setup data is determined only when you press after has
been pressed accordingly.
(6) To perform settings for Time of Office Closed consecutively, proceed to z Time
of Office Closed mode setting described hereafter.
If you do not wish to perform settings for Time of Office Closed, press the
button on [Fig. 4.46]. You can then exit Economy Mode to return to the
Utility Initial screen.

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zTime of Office Closed mode settings


Each mode pattern (Closing all day, Closing afternoon, or Closing morning) available for
office closing days can be set up as follows.

[Normal office day]


*An example of a normal office day with Economy Mode activated from 8:00 to 18:00, according
to the Scheduler mode.

[Closing all day]


*An example of a Closing all day with Economy Mode activated from 18:00 on the previous day
to 8:00 on the following day, according to the Time of Office Closed mode.

[Closing afternoon]
*An example of a Closing afternoon with Economy Mode activated from 13:00 to 8:00 on the
following day, according to the Time of Office Closed mode.

[Closing morning]
*An example of a Closing morning with Economy Mode activated from 18:00 on the previous
day to 13:00, according to the Time of Office Closed mode.

[Closing morning combined with Scheduler]


*An example of a Closing morning with Economy Mode activated from 18:00 on the previous
day to 13:00, according to the Time of Office Closed mode, and that activated from 17:00 to
8:00 on the following day, according to the Scheduler mode.

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1
The operation procedure is as follows.
(If the system has already been proceeded to Economy Mode, you need not to perform
steps 1 and 2 below.)

1
2
Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)
2
3
Perform settings necessary for Economy Mode.
Press the button on the Utility initial screen (1/3).

[Fig. 4.48] Utility Initial Screen (1/3)

4
5
6
7
3 A select screen like that shown below appears. Press the button.

[Fig. 4.49] Set Economy Mode Screen

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Utility Operation

4 The display then changes to the following, where press the button.
[Fig. 4.50] Details Screen

5 A screen like that shown below appears.


[Fig. 4.51] Time of Office Closed Screen

(1) Press a time period value you want to change. Background of a value thus selected
will turn white. Use the or button to set up a time period you want.

Ex.) Office closing day: All day


Closing afternoon: 13:00 to 8:00 on the following day
Closing morning: 18:00 on the previous day to 13:00

(2) At the completion of necessary settings, press the button to determine


the setup data.
(3) Use the button to return to the [Fig. 4.50] Details Screen.
Note that the setup data is determined only when you press after has
been pressed accordingly.

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1
4.8.4 Save Power
Use this mode function when you wish to perform power saving immediately.

2
Pressing the button will enable you to proceed immediately to Economy Mode
independent of any time periods determined in Economy Mode.

3
The operation procedure is as follows.
1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

4
2 Perform settings necessary for Economy Mode.
Press the button on the Utility initial screen (1/3).

5
[Fig. 4.52] Utility Initial Screen (1/3)

6
7
3 A select screen like that shown below appears. Press the button.

[Fig. 4.53] Set Economy Mode Screen

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Utility Operation

4 The display then changes to the following screen.


Select Stand-By or Sleep mode pattern as necessary.

[Fig. 4.54] Save Power Screen

: At the press of this button, you can enter Stand-By mode immediately.
The screen will then disappear and the power save lamp goes on.
To return from the Stand-By mode, touch the operation panel.
It will take about 10 minutes to return.

: At the press of this button, you can enter Sleep mode immediately.
To return from the Sleep mode, touch the operation panel.
It will take about 15 minutes to return.

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4.9 Set Alarm

Use this function when you wish to turn ON/OFF or adjust the alarm and button touch tone.

The operation procedure is as follows.


1 2
3
Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

2 Press the button on the Utility initial screen (2/3).

4
[Fig. 4.55] Select Screen

5
6
7
3 Select or button on the following screen that appears.

[Fig. 4.56]

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Utility Operation

[Fig. 4.57] [Fig. 4.58]

When was selected. When was selected.


Set the alarm and volume, then press the Set the button touch tone and volume, then
button to determine the setup data. press the button to determine the
setup data.

When PULSE is selected for the alarm, it


will sound only for about three seconds,
and then turns OFF.

When OFF is selected for the alarm, no


sound will be produced when an error
occurs.

: Returns to the [Fig. 4.56] Set Alarm screen.

: Returns to the Utility initial screen.

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1
4.10 Automated F.D.C.

Use this function to set the timing for achieving automatic film density calibration when

2
supplying a new film pack.

The operation procedure is as follows.

3
1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

4
2 Press the button on the Utility initial screen (2/3).

[Fig. 4.59]

5
6
7
3 A screen for selection will appear. Select any for When Execute? and press the
button. The quit window will then open. Press the button.

[Fig. 4.60]

y By each film pack:


Performs automatic film density calibration every time when a film pack is supplied.

y By each film lot No.:


Performs automatic film density calibration every time when a film lot number is changed.

A slight difference may result in the density due to differences in sensitivity among film lots.

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Utility Operation

4.11 Set Date/Time

The date and time of the clock incorporated in this equipment can be set with this function.

The operation procedure is as follows.


1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

2 Press the button on the Utility initial screen (2/3).

[Fig. 4.61]

3 Select any item you wish on the setup screen that appears as shown below.
[Fig. 4.62]

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[Fig. 4.63] [Fig. 4.64]
When was selected. When was selected.
Enter a two-digit year (lower two digits of a Enter an hour (two digits) and minutes (two

2
dominical year: 20XX), month (two digits), and digits). Press then the button. The
day (two digits). Press then the display changes to the setup completed screen.
button. The display changes to the setup

3
completed screen.

4
5
6
7

: Returns to the [Fig. 4.62] screen.

: Returns to the Utility initial screen.

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Utility Operation

4.12 Software Version

Use this function to display the software version.

The operation procedure is as follows.


1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

2 Press the button on the Utility initial screen (2/3).

[Fig. 4.65]

3 The display changes to the software version screen like that shown below. If you press
the button after you have confirmed the version, the display returns to the
Utility initial screen.

[Fig. 4.66]

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1
4.13 Reprint

Images stored in the hard disc of the equipment can be reprinted.

2
To use this function, images on the connected equipment to be stored for reprinting purpose
must be set up in advance at Service setup.

3
The operation procedure is as follows.

1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

2 Press the button on the Utility initial screen (2/3).


4
5
[Fig. 4.67]

6
7
When a connecting device for storing images is not set up, the REPRINT button will not
be displayed

3 The following Reprint screen will appear. Press the button.

[Fig. 4.68]

Since the hard disc capacity that can be used for reprinting purpose is limited, the oldest
images will be deleted first. Images taken after the date shown on the screen are
available for reprinting.

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Utility Operation

4 The User ID Input screen will appear.


Input your User ID (four digits), and press the button.

[Fig. 4.69]

User ID must be registered at Service setup mode.

5 The Print ID Input screen will appear.


Input your Print ID (four digits), and press the button.

[Fig. 4.70]

The Print ID is a four-digit number to be assigned for each film as output by the
equipment.
Service setup is required for Print ID output. The same numbers such as 0001, 0002, ----
9999, 0001, 0002 are repeated as Print ID. To avoid mistakes, confirm the patients
name when a long period of time has passed after the last print output.

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The screen Reprint details will appear.
[Fig. 4.71]

2
3
4
5
6
(1) Use the or button to set the number of copies.

(2) Pressing the button will start registration for print job and display the

7
following screen.

[Fig. 4.72]

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Utility Operation

(3) When the registration is finished, the Reprint Registration Completed screen will
appear.

[Fig. 4.73]

: Return to the Utility screen.

: Returns to the Print ID registration screen.

(4) Exit the utility to return to routine mode.


When the system has returned to routine mode, reprinting will start.

The same Print ID cannot be specified consecutively. (If used, Failure will be
displayed.)
Use the job operation (refer to Section 4.6), and delete the job, or designate again after
the output is completed.

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4.14 Time Interval Determined for Animation Display

This function changes time interval for display of animation that prompts you to take

2
necessary action such as film loading.

The operation procedure is as follows.

3
1 Start up the Utility. (Refer to section 4.2.1.)

4
2 Press the button on the Utility Initial screen (3/3).

[Fig. 4.74]

5
6
7
3 The display will change to the Animation Display Setup Screen [Fig. 4.75].

[Fig. 4.75]

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Utility Operation

4 Use the and buttons to adjust the animation display speed, and press the
button. The animation will then be displayed at a specified speed.

5 If you press the button, the display will change to the ANIMATION
(PREVIEW) Screen [Fig. 4.76]. The film loading animation will be displayed as a test at
a specified speed.

[Fig. 4.76]

6 Pressing the button will return the system to the Utility Initial screen (3/3)
[Fig. 4.74].

7 To change the animation display speed again, repeat the procedure described above.

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Chapter 5
Troubleshooting

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Troubleshooting

5.1 Items to be Confirmed First

When the following failure occur, check the items listed below first and take appropriate
countermeasures

Error Check Items Countermeasures

DRYPIX 7000 1 Whether the Main Power If the Main Power Switch has been turned OFF, turn it ON
does not start up. Switch on the bottom front of (I) and then press the Power ON switch.
the equipment is turned OFF.

2 Whether the power control box If the power control box switch has been turned OFF, turn
switch is turned OFF. it ON and then press the Power ON switch.

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1
Error Check Items Countermeasures

The alarm Confirm the operation panel display An error window like the following is
sounds. of the DRYPIX 7000. displayed.

2
Press the button to
silence the alarm. Then, take an
appropriate measure following the error

3
message displayed.
[Fig. 5.1] Sample Window

4
If the alarm has been set to OFF, it
5
6
will not sound. (The
button will not appear in the right-
hand side window and the
button appears

7
instead.)

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Troubleshooting

5.2 Error Window

When an error occurs disabling routine processing to continue, the alarm sounds and an
error window like that shown below appears on the display.

Press the button to silence the alarm. Jot down the error code and error details
code displayed, and then press the button to turn OFF the power. Make sure that
the equipment has been inactivated and then press the Power ON switch again to reboot it.
If the same error recurs, contact the nearest service center.
[Fig. 5.2] Error Window (example)

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1
5.3 When the Film Jams

If the film jams inside the DRYPIX 7000, the alarm will sound and an illustration (seven

2
patterns) that shows the jamming position and then an operation guide animation will
appear in the main unit operation panel.
See the Reference Page for Countermeasure to be taken for a film jamming illustrated in

3
the display, and then correct the jamming appropriately.

For film jamming positions , , and , a print out of a job that was in process

4
when a film jam occurred will be yielded after the jam correction was made
accordingly.

Do not take unused films out of the film pack that has once been loaded into

5
the equipment and opened or add films to the film pack loaded, which will
result in misoperation or failure of the equipment.

6
When locking the film tray, be careful not to pinch your fingers.

7
[Table 5-1]

Illustration Illustration JAM Handling Reference Page for


(ALARM ON) (ALARM OFF) Label 1 or 2 Countermeasure

Page 5-7

Label 1

Page 5-10

Label 1
Page 5-13

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Troubleshooting

[Table 5-1-2]

Illustration Illustration JAM Handling Reference Page for


(ALARM ON) (ALARM OFF) Label 1 or 2 Countermeasure

Label 1
Page 5-15

Label 1
Page 5-17

Label 2
Page 5-23

Page 5-25

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1 1
2
Jamming Position:
Tray1

3
4
1 The animation starts when the alarm is stopped at the press of the button.
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

5
To start the animation while the alarm is set to OFF, press the button.
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.
2 See the animation to insert a shutter into Tray 1. Shutters are hang on both the left-hand

6
side and rear of the equipment.

The shutter may not be inserted completely depending on the film jam condition. In such

7
an instance, handle as illustrated below.
[Fig. 5.3]

3 Open the front cover.


[Fig. 5.4] Opening the Front Cover

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Troubleshooting

4 Press the button.

[Fig. 5.5]

5 Pull out Tray 1 toward you to remove the jammed film.


[Fig. 5.6]

Film jams that can be presumed.


(1) Part of a film remains outside the tray because it was caught between the tray and
the shutter.
(2) A film jams inside the equipment (an area where the tray was in).
(3) No film is found. (When the shutter was inserted, a film was moved back into the tray
or a film jammed in the tray.)
For case (3), reconfirm that there are no films jamming in the tray and then proceed to
step 6, same as cases (1) and (2).

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1
6 Insert Tray 1 to make sure that it is locked firmly. Close then the front cover.
[Fig. 5.7]

2
3
4
5
[Fig. 5.8]
7 Remove the shutter and put it back again on the left-hand side or rear of the equipment.

6
7

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Troubleshooting

Jamming Position: 1
Tray2

1 The animation starts when the alarm is stopped at the press of the button.
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

To start the animation while the alarm is set to OFF, press the button.
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

2 See the animation to insert a shutter into Tray 2. Shutters are hang on both the left-hand
side and rear of the equipment.

The shutter may not be inserted completely depending on the film jam condition. In such
an instance, handle as illustrated below.
[Fig. 5.9]

3 Open the front cover.


[Fig. 5.10] Opening the Front Cover

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1
4 Press the button.

[Fig. 5.11]

2
3
4
5
5 Pull out Tray 2 toward you to remove the jammed film.
6
7
[Fig. 5.12]

Film jams that can be presumed.


(1) Part of a film remains outside the tray because it was caught between the tray and
the shutter.
(2) A film jams inside the equipment (an area where the tray was in).
(3) No film is found. (When the shutter was inserted, a film was moved back into the tray
or a film jammed in the tray.)
For case (3), reconfirm that there are no films jamming in the tray and then proceed to
step 6, same as cases (1) and (2).

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Troubleshooting

6 Insert Tray 2 to make sure that it is locked firmly. Close then the front cover.
[Fig. 5.13]

7 Remove the shutter and put it back again on the left-hand side or rear of the equipment.

[Fig. 5.14]

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1
2
Jamming Position: 2

3
4
1 The animation starts when the alarm is stopped at the press of the button. 5
6
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

To start the animation while the alarm is set to OFF, press the button.

7
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

2 Open the front cover.

[Fig. 5.15] Opening the Front Cover

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3 As the animation shows, rotate the handle clockwise to remove the jammed film, then
close the front cover.

[Fig. 5.16]

  

   

 

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1
2
Jamming Position: 3

3
4
1 The animation starts when the alarm is stopped at the press of the button. 5
6
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

To start the animation while the alarm is set to OFF, press the button.

7
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

2 Open the front cover.

[Fig. 5.17] Opening the Front Cover

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3 As the animation shows, rotate the handle counterclockwise to remove the jammed film,
then close the front cover.

[Fig. 5.18]

  

   

 

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1
2
Jamming Position: 4

3
4
1 The animation starts when the alarm is stopped at the press of the button. 5
6
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

To start the animation while the Alarm is set to OFF, press the button.

7
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

2 Open the front cover and/or jam clear cover.

[Fig. 5.19] Opening the Front Cover and/or Jam Clear Cover

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3 As the animation shows, open the front cover and/or the small upper cover to remove
the jammed film, then close it.

[Fig. 5.20]

  

   

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1
3-1 If you find a jammed film around the position where you have just opened the jam clear
cover, press the button. See then the animation to remove the jammed film.

2
[Fig. 5.21]

  3
4
5
6
   
7

   

  

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3-2 If you find a jammed film in the thermal development unit, press the button
and see the animation to remove the jammed film.
[Fig. 5.22]

  

   

   

  

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1
3-3 If you find jammed films both around the position where you have just opened the jam
clear cover and in the thermal development unit, press the button. See then
the animation to remove the jammed films.

2
[Fig. 5.23]

3
4
 

5
6
    7

   

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3-4 If you do not find any film, press the button, and then see the animation to
locate and remove a jammed film.
[Fig. 5.24]

  

   

   

  

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1
2
Jamming Position: 5

3
4
1 The animation starts when the alarm is stopped at the press of the button. 5
6
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

To start the animation while the alarm is set to OFF, press the button.

7
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

2 Open the front cover.


[Fig. 5.25] Opening the Front Cover

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3 As the animation shows, rotate the handle clockwise to remove the jammed film, then
close the front cover.

[Fig. 5.26]

  

   

 

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1
2
Jamming Position: Ejection Unit

3
4
1 The animation starts when the alarm is stopped at the press of the button. 5
6
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

To start the animation while the alarm is set to OFF, press the button.

7
See the animation to take appropriate countermeasures.

2 Open the jam clear cover.

[Fig. 5.27] Opening the Jam Clear Cover

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3 See the animation to remove the jammed film, then close the jam clear cover.

[Fig. 5.28]

  

   

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1
5.4 Failing in Reading a Barcode
When a film pack is replaced, this equipment reads a barcode affixed on the back of the
film pack and manages the film lot number and other information.

2
[Fig. 5.29]

3
4
5
6
If, for any reason, the equipment fails in reading the barcode, an error window like that
shown below appears.
[Fig. 5.30]
7

Press the button to pull out the tray. Reconfirm then whether film pack is
placed correctly in the tray.

1 Does the label have red or green (DI-ML) arrow mark? Films other than with red or
green mark cannot be used. Replace with a correct film pack, and complete film
replenishment.
2 Is the film pack placed in the right position? (Fig. 5.29)
3 Is the film pack placed evenly?
If the film is not placed properly, replace it in a correct way, and push back the tray in.
If the same error recurs even though the film pack has been placed correctly, you can
forcibly continue the operation after it was removed.

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Press the button to make sure again that a film pack has been set correctly.

[Fig. 5.31]

[Fig. 5.32]

When screen [Fig. 5.32] is displayed, proceed to the following steps on the next page.

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1 Input a 20-digit barcode of the label affixed on the back of the bag that contains films,
and press the button. 1
2
[Fig. 5.33]

3
4
2 If the barcode thus input has been recognized correctly, the display changes to that 5
6
shown below. Press the button to return to the routine window.
[Fig. 5.34]

3 If the input barcode is not recognized properly, the [Fig. 5.30] window appears again.
Reinput then the same barcode. If the barcode cannot be recognized successfully even
after it has been input three times, the display changes to the following. Press the
button. The display returns to the routine window.
[Fig. 5.35]

In this case, the AUTOMATED F.D.C.


function will not be activated.
A slight difference may result in the
density due to differences in sensitivity
among film lots. Correct the
density following the automated
density calibration process
de-scribed in 4.3.

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5.5 Failing in Loading Films


For a failure in film replenishment, countermeasures to be taken will differ case by case.
Follow the procedures shown below and load films again.

5.5.1 When the tray was closed without placing a new film pack:
[Fig. 5.36]

[Fig. 5.36] will appear.


The film tray has not been locked. Pull out the tray and place a new film pack.
To suspend film replenishment, press the button and open/close the tray again.

5.5.2 When the tray with a new film pack was closed without tearing off the label:

[Fig. 5.36] will appear.


As the film tray has not been locked, pull out the tray.
Redo the film replenishment operation.
[Fig. 5.37]

Use the DI-HL, DI-HLc, or DI-ML


film. (The arrow mark is printed
on the red background.
For the DI-ML film, it is printed
on the green background.)
Images cannot be recorded
correctly if films such as
DI-AL, etc. are used.

To suspend film replenishment, press the button and open/close the tray again.

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1
5.5.3 When a new film pack was loaded and the tray closed, but the positioning was wrong:
[Fig. 5.36] will appear.

2
Since the tray has not been locked, pull out the tray.
Place the film pack in the correct position and pull out the film end, and close the tray.
[Fig. 5.38]

3
4
5
6
7
To suspend film replenishment, press the button and open/close the tray again.

5.5.4 After placing a new film pack and pulling out the film pack,
the tray was closed without cutting the bottom end of the film pack:
In this case, since the bottom end of the film pack is not cut out, the film pack cannot be
removed.
Press the button to unlock.
Pull out the tray and cut the bottom of the film pack with a cutter, and push back the tray in.

[Fig. 5.39]

If the film pack is harshly deformed, remove the pack and place a new one.

If the cutters blade protection is broken, the blade will be exposed posing then
danger to the user. Do not touch the unprotected blade.
Replace a dull cutter hard to cut the film pack, as necessary.

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5.5.5 A new film pack was placed front side back, and the film pack was pulled out of the tray by
tearing the label. The bottom of the film pack was then cut, and the tray closed:
Since the wrong part was cut off, the film pack cannot be removed.

[Fig. 5.40]

Press the button to unlock.

[Fig. 5.41]

Pull out the tray and remove the wrongly placed film pack.
Place a new film pack, and then follow the normal procedures.

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1
5.5.6 When films other than DI-HL, DI-HLc, and DI-ML were placed:
(A label on the pack is other than red or green (DI-ML).)

2
(1) Before the film pack is removed:
Confirm the color of the film pack label outside of the film tray.
If it is not red or green (DI-ML), the film cannot be used in this equipment.

[Fig. 5.42]

3
4
5
6
7
Press the button to unlock.
Pull out the tray and remove the wrong film.
Place a new correct film and then follow the normal procedures.

(2) When the film pack was pulled out:


Films printed after replenishing films (replacing a film pack), color tone and density may be
abnormal and cannot be printed correctly.
In this case, reconfirm the color of the removed film pack label. If it is other than red or green
(DI-ML), films cannot be used in this equipment.
Report it to the nearest service center.

[Fig. 5.43]

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5.6 Failing in Auto F.D.C. (Automatic Density Calibration)


If fails in automatic density calibration processing for any reason, an error window like that
shown below appears.
[Fig. 5.44]

Press the button to perform automatic density calibration processing again.

If the same failure recurs after Auto F.D.C. processing is performed again, a film will be
printed by using a density table before the failure has occurred. If the density is normal,
continuous use is possible. If the error occurs again, report it to the nearest service center.

If fails in automatic density calibration processing after a film pack has been supplied,
an error window like that shown below will open.

[Fig. 5.45]

Press the button to chose it, and then Use Utility operation mode the perform
automatic density calibration processing.

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1
5.7 Failing in Placing a Cleaning Roller
When a cleaning roller was not put inside the equipment by mistake, the following error

2
screen ([Fig. 5.46] or [Fig. 5.47]) will appear.
The instruction to be displayed on the panel will be different according to the alarm setup.
[Fig. 5.46] [Fig. 5.47]

3
4
5
1 Press the or button to show the following animation screen
6
7
([Fig. 5.48]).

Press the button to repeat the animation.

[Fig. 5.48]

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2 When the front cover is opened, the following animation screen [Fig. 5.49] will appear.

[Fig. 5.49]

3 Place a cleaning roller and then close the front cover.


When the startup ready screen is displayed, the print function will be started.

If the error code below is displayed, take the relevant countermeasure to cope with the
problem.
Error Code Countermeasure
0299 No cleaning roller has been placed.
Turn the power OFF and place a cleaning roller correctly.

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1
5.8 Storing the Equipment Operation History
This equipment is available for storing the operation history in a hard disc incorporated in it.

2
Basically, this function is set to OFF. However, in order to analyze causes of failure, it may
be set to ON in service setup mode.

3
1 Press the LCD unit on the operation panel.

[Fig. 5.50]

4
5
6
7
2 The Under Logging screen [Fig. 5.51] will appear.

[Fig. 5.51]

The log storage process will finish in approx. 5 minutes, and the system returns to
screen [Fig. 5.50]

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5.9 Failing in Turning the Power Switch OFF After Pressing the SHUTDOWN Button
If the power switch does not turn OFF even when 10 minutes have passed after System
Shut Down appears, turn the main power switch OFF at the lower right corner on the front
of the equipment.

[Fig. 5.52]

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Regular Care and Maintenance

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Regular Care and Maintenance

6.1 Cleaning the Cleaning Roller with Water

We recommend that you wash the cleaning roller with water once every week to secure print
image quality. When white spots or traces of lint appear on the output film, also clean the
cleaning roller with water according to the following procedure.

1 Confirm that Running is not displayed on the operation panel, and then shut down the
system. (Refer to Shutting Down the System on page 3-6.)

An error may occur if procedure steps herein are performed without shutting down the system.

2 Open the front cover.

[Fig. 6.1] Opening the Front Cover

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Regular Care and Maintenance

1
3 Lower the lever and remove the cleaning roller together with its receive.
[Fig. 6.2] Removing the Cleaning Roller

When removing the cleaning 2


3
roller, hold it with both hands
paying attention not to drop it.

Remove the cleaning roller while 4


5
slightly raising the receive.

6
7

4 Clean the cleaning roller with water.


Splash water as shown in [Fig. 6.3] and rub the surface gently.

Cleaning the roller with water is to remove dirt or dust adhered to the surface and to restore the
cleaning function. Stubborn dirt that is difficult to be removed by water washing must not be
rubbed roughly. It may cause damage to the roller surface. If white spots appear irregularly on a
film, it is time to replace the cleaning roller with a new one.
Replace the cleaning roller around every 3 years.

[Fig. 6.3] Cleaning the Cleaning Roller with Water

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Regular Care and Maintenance

5 Use a gauze moistened with alcohol or ethanol anhydride to wipe off water remaining on
the roller.
The cleaning roller will be dried in a few minutes.

6 Put the roller back to its original position and close the front cover.

Do not raise the lever with hand, otherwise a problem such as damages to gears or film stuck
may occur with the equipment.

[Fig. 6.4]

If a cleaning roller that is not dried enough is used, film density may not be output correctly and
unevenness may occur on the film surface.

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1
6.2 Cleaning the Suction Filter

1 Remove the filter from the left-side cover and use a vacuum cleaner to remove dirt or

2
dust accumulated inside.

[Fig. 6.5]

3
4
5
6
7
2 Open the front cover and remove the black filter at the bottom. Remove then dirt or dust
accumulated inside with a vacuum cleaner.

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Chapter 7
Specifications

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Specifications

1 System Components
1.1 Standard Components
(1) DRYPIX 7000 main unit ......................................................... 1
(One-tray, two-tray and three-tray specification types are available.)
(2) Image buffer memory board 256MB ...................................... 1

1.2 Options
Supply film tray, 8"10" film kit, Add-on memory (256MB), Sorter

1.3 Supplies
Fuji Medical Dry Imaging Film DI-HL (Blue-base), DI-HLc (Clear-base), DI-ML (Blue-base)
Cutter

2 Processing Capacity
Max.: Approx. 180 films (14" 17") / hour.
Max.: Approx. 240 films (26 36cm) / hour.
* Note that the processing capacity in actual operation is dependent on the model and usage
of a connected modality.

3 Applicable Film
Fuji Medical Dry Imaging Film DI-HL DI-HLc DI-ML
(Blue-base) (Clear-base) (Blue-base)
35.4 43.0cm (14"17") 100 sheets / pack P P
35.4 35.4cm (14"14") 100 sheets / pack P P
25.7 36.4cm (2636cm) 150 sheets / pack P P P
25.4 30.5cm (10"12") 150 sheets / pack P P P
20.3 25.4cm (8"10") 150 sheets / pack P P P

4 Recording Pixel Size


100m (Standard)
50m (High resolution)

5 CR Image Size Reduction


When you printed a CR Image in real size, printed image size will be almost 100% of reduction
rate.
* At the printout from the modality, the size of image is automatically scaled according to the
print area on the film.

6 Gray Scale
14bits (16384 levels)

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1
7 Maximum Density
For the DI-HL and DI-HLc, select one of 2.64, 3.0, 3.3 and 3.6.

2
For the DI-ML, select 3.6 or 4.0.
* Note that 3.6 and 4.0 are for mammography use only.

8 Power Supply Conditions


3
4
Input voltage AC 200/220/230/240V 10%
Phase Single
Frequency 50-60Hz

5
Rated current 11/10/9.5/9A

9 Environmental Conditions

6
(1) Operating conditions
Temperature : 15C (40%) 30C (70%)

7
Humidity : 15%RH (30C) 70%RH (30C) (no dew condensation)

Atmospheric pressure : 700-1060hPa


Maximum heating value : 2100KJ

(2) Non-operating conditions (not including film)


Temperature : 0 45C
Humidity : 10 90%RH (no dew condensation)
Atmospheric pressure : 500-1060hPa

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Specifications

10 External View and Weight


10.1 External Dimensions and Weight
Model Name Width (mm) Depth (mm) Height (mm) Weight (kg)
DRYPIX 7000 735 680 1240 203
(including two trays)

* Dimensions and weight are approximate and are subject to change without prior notice.

[Fig. 7.1]

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1
10.2 Internal Construction

[Fig. 7.2]

2
3
4
5
6
7

* Depending on the equipment specification, Tray 2 is provided as a standard.

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Maintenance and Inspection

During maintenance and inspection, strictly observe precautions contained in 1.3 Safety (page 1-3) and
1.4 Operational Precautions (page 1-4) in this manual for you to use the DRYPIX 7000 system under
best conditions.

1 Users Maintenance and Inspection Items


1.1 Daily Inspection
(1) Inspection Before Use
Make sure that the equipment starts up normally.
Make sure that the equipment communicates with connected devices via the cables normally.
Step 1 Starting Up the System (page 3-3)

(2) Inspection During Use


Make sure that the equipment outputs films normally.
Step 3 Printing Images (film output) (page 3-5)
Make sure that images are output normally.
If the film manufacture No. has been changed or any anomalies appear on image, see Chapter 6.
Chapter 6 Regular Care and Maintenance (page 6-1)

(3) Inspection After Use


Make sure that the power turns OFF normally after the equipment has been shut down.
Step 4 Shutting Down the System (page 3-6)

1.2 Periodical Inspection


Using a vacuum cleaner, remove any dirt or dust accumulated in each unit of the equipment once every
three months. Clean then with a slightly moistened soft cloth and wipe off any moisture with a dry cloth.
Figure 2.2 in 2.2 Hardware Configuration (page 2-3) and Chapter 6 Regular Care and
Maintenance (page 6-1)

No. Unit for Cleaning


1 Main unit front cover
2 Main unit operation panel
3 Inside of the trays
4 Equipment periphery
5 Suction filter (on the left side)
6 Cleaning roller (washing with water)
7 Filter inside the front cover

2 Maintenance and Inspection Items Assigned to Specified Dealer


For periodical inspection of the equipment and necessary arrangements, consult our official dealer or local
representative.

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