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FREQUENCY-DOUBLED

ND:YAG

532nm laser
OPHTHALMIC
PHOTOCOAGULATOR
2005

SERVICE MANUAL Directive 93/42/EEC

XL VIT MT AN JANUARY 2006

QUANTEL MEDICAL SA
21, rue Newton, Z.I. du BREZET
63039 Clermont-Ferrand Cedex 2 - FRANCE
Tel : +33 (0) 473 745 745 - Fax : +33 (0) 473 745 700
e-mail : contact@quantel-medical.fr site web : www.quantel-medical.com
SERVICE
MANUAL

WARNINGS

WARRANTY: - Any adjusting and calibrating procedure described in this manual


shall be performed only by Technicians previously trained by
Quantel Medical.

- Any faulty part will be replaced by a strictly identical one provided by


Quantel Medical.

- For safety reasons, Quantel Medical considers any Laser module and
electronic Board as whole partial assembly :

* Defective Boards will be returned to Quantel Medical for


replacement
* Warranty will not be applied if a Board has been damaged during
an intervention or attempt to repair.

* The VITRA partial assemblies are :


"POWER SUPPLY block", "CPU Board",
"POWER Board", "CAVITY block"
"I/O board".

Warranty will not be applied unless these recommendations are


strictly respected.

WARRANTY VOID
IF THE CAVITY IS OPENED
DO NOT remove cavity board.
The cavity contains a gas to preserve it from dust and humidity.

CAUTIONS : All technicians will carefully respect all the safety instructions described in
this Service manual.

WARNING : Special training by Quantel Medical for technicians is necessary to


ensure optimum adjustment and maximum reliability of the whole
instrument.

Rev. 01-2006 P-3


SERVICE
MANUAL

WARNINGS

LASER SAFETIES :

All staff using this laser system, or in charge of its maintenance, must be
aware of the following basic precautions to be taken :

1- Never look straight to the beam or to any reflecting object able to


reflect the beam.

2- Limit the laser room access to the requested personnel only, who
is already aware of precautions to be taken.

3- The laser room must be indicated with the specially designed


labels.

4- Never direct the laser beam towards an aperture.

5- Never expose any reflective object or shiny surface to the direct


beam path.

IMPORTANT : After each use, switch off the instrument completly by turning the
key to 'OFF' position.

WARNINGS : HIGH VOLTAGE INSIDE THE UNIT

- Laser power, up to 1.45 W at 532 nm and laser Aiming beam up to


600 W, at 650 nm could be accessible upon removal of consol cover.

DO NOT remove cover unless instructed to do so by a factory-trained


technician.

- Anyone in room during service or maintenance shall wear


protective safety goggles.

Please check carefully these protective glasses are adequate for the type
of laser used.

For the VITRA :


Protection OD4 at 532 nm : Reference (EN207) : D 180-532 L4.

P
CAUTION : Use of controls or adjustments or performances other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

P-4 Rev. 01-2006


SERVICE
MANUAL

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Pages Rev. 01-06

WARNINGS P-3

TABLE OF CONTENTS P-5

1 - BLOCK AND WIRING DIAGRAM P-7

2 - ACCESSORIES AND SPARE PARTS P-9


2-1 Overall view P - 10
2-2 Inner views P - 10
2-2-1 Right view (power supply block side) P - 10
2-2-2 Left view (Cavity block side) P - 11
2-3 Codes P - 12

3 - VITRA DISASSEMBLING P - 13
3-1 Cover removal P - 14
3-2 Device subsystem location P - 15
3-2-1 I/O board P - 16
3-2-2 Power supply block P - 16
3-2-3 Power board P - 17
3-2-4 Optical block disassembling P - 17
3-2-5 Optical block assembling P - 18
3-2-6 CPU board P - 19
3-2-7 Touch screen block P - 19

3-3 Special unmounting and mounting P- 20


3-3-1 Touch screen block disassembling P - 20
3-3-2 Touch screen block assembling P - 22
3-3-3 Fiber detection kit replacement P - 24

4 - LOCATION & CONNECTOR PIN DESCRIPTION P - 25


4-1 CPU board P - 26
4-2 Power board P - 27
4-3 I/O board P - 28
4-4 Cavity board P - 29
4-5 Power supply P - 30

5 - SERVICING & CALIBRATION P - 31


5-1 First level servicing P - 32
5-1-1 Touch screen calibration P - 32
5-1-2 Service mode P - 33
5-1-2-1 Service screen P - 33
5-1-2-2 Curves P - 36
5-1-2-3 Terminal calibration P - 37
5-1-2-4 Aiming beam (650nm) calibration P - 39

5-2 Advanced level servicing P - 40


5-2-1 Production screen P - 40
5-2-2 Curves P - 40
5-2-3 Cavity calibration P - 41
5-2-4 Temperature modulation P - 42
5-2-5 Other parameters P - 43

5-3 Service statistics on the laser use P - 44


Rev. 01-2006 P-5
SERVICE
MANUAL

Pages Rev. 01-06

6- WARNINGS & ERROR MESSAGES P - 45

7- DIAGNOSIS P - 51
7-1 Perfect laser P - 52
7-2 Correct curves P - 53
7-3 Faulty curves P - 54

8 - FUSE REPLACEMENT P - 55

9 - REAR PANEL PLUGS P - 57


9-1 Motorized filter plug P - 58
9-2 Footswitch plug P - 59
9-3 Remote plug P - 60

10 - SOFTWARE INSTALLATION P - 61
10-1 Preliminary operations P - 62
10-1-1 Terminal calibration values P - 62
10-1-2 Aiming beam calibration values P - 62
10-1-3 Temperature settings P - 62
10-1-4 Setup values P - 63
10-2 Preparation P - 63
10-2-1 Connection P - 63
10-2-2 Configuration and software path P - 64

10-3 Downloading Vitra's software P - 65


10-4 Installation checking and settings P - 66
10-4-1 Touch screen calibration P - 66
10-4-2 Vitra settings P - 66
10-4-3 Final control P - 66

11 - SERVICE CARDS P - 65

VALIDATION SHEET P - 69

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CHAPTER 1

OCK AND WIRING DIA


BLOCK
BL GR
DIAGR AMS
GRAMS
P

P-8
1 - BL
MANUAL
SERVICE

BLOCK

AC / DC Converter STOP
I Master switch 12V / 8A
0 5V / 20A
POWER SUPPLY
Use only with a 250 V fuse
Power entry XP-RLM18SPD22-RER
Off
Employer uniquement avec
un fusible de 250 V module
100 to with 2 fuses
5Vdc 12Vdc On
240Vac
Key Switch

Ext Power LED


Fan
POWER CONTROL & SECURITY BOARD
OCK AND WIRING DIA

Laser Soft Security


POWER
Laser Hard Security CPU
GR

KNOB
DIAGR

Room CPLD &


INTERFACE
doorswitch CONTROL
BOARD reference 12V
12V Pumping Diode BOARD
Footswitch Current Control Output power Vx.xx
AMS
GRAMS

Sav
USER
USERNAME
NAME

feedback SCREEN
USER
USERNAME
NAME

External &
USER
USERNAME
NAME

red light USER


USERNAME
NAME TOUCH
drive KTP YVO4 DL Logic Data USER
USERNAME
NAME PANEL
T T T FPGA
RS232 Control Control Control input / output

Fisher
Speaker Power aiming
current connector
brightness

OPTIC BENCH
Int
Fan
Int. Ext. Fiber output
Cell Cell

Rev. 01-2006
CHAPTER 2

A CCESSORIES AND SP ARE P


SPARE ARTS
PARTS
SERVICE
MANUAL

2 - A CCESSORIES & SP
ACCESSORIES ARE P
SPARE ARTS
PARTS

2-1 OVERALL VIEWS

Front view
Rear view
1

6 7 8 9 10 11

Marker Idendification Pa rt Number


1 Cover XLVITCAPOT
2 Power button X LV ITBOUTON
3 S TM connector XLVITFUT
4 Remote filter connector X LVITSTRAP
5 K eyswitch
6 Keys
7 E mergency stop button
8 LCD screen XLVITECRAN
9 Mainplug + housing fuses XLVITBLOCSECT
10 Rubber feet (2 units) XLV ITPIEDS
11 Main switch
12 Gentlefoot XLA AAPEDA LE4 12

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MANUAL

2 - A CCESSORIES & SP
ACCESSORIES ARE P
SPARE ARTS
PARTS

2-2 INNER VIEWS

2-2-1 RIGHT SIDE (POWER SUPPLY BLOCK SIDE)

Marker Idendification Part Number


13 Power supply block XLV ITALIM
14 External fan XLVITFAN 14

13

2-2-2 LEFT SIDE ( CAVITY BLOCK SIDE )

15

16

17

18 19 20

Marker Idendification Part Number


15 Input/Output board (IOB) XLVITFACEAR
16 Internal fan XLVITFAN
17 Cavity block XLVITCAVITY
18 Speaker XLVITBUZ
19 Power board XLVITPOWERPCB
20 Chassis

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MANUAL

2 - A CCESSORIES & SP
ACCESSORIES SPARE ARTS
PARTS
ARE P

2-3 CODES

Marker Idendification Part Number


1 Cover XLVITCAPOT
2 Power button XLVITBOUTON
3 STM connector XLVITFUT
4 Remote filter connector XLVITSTRAP
5 Keyswitch
6 Keys
7 Emergency stop button
8 LCD screen XLVITECRAN
9 Mainplug + housing fuses XLVITBLOCSECT
10 Rubber feet (2 units) XLVITPIEDS
11 Main switch
12 Gentlefoot XLAAAPEDALE4
13 Power supply block XLVITALIM
14 External fan XLVITFAN
15 Input/Output board (IOB) XLVITFACEAR
16 Internal fan XLVITFAN
17 Cavity block XLVITCAVITY
18 Speaker XLVITBUZ
19 Power board XLVITPOWERPCB
20 Chassis
CPU board XLVITCPUPCB
Touch screen XLVITDALLE
Touch screen strip support XLVITAPPDALLE
Fiber detection kit XLVITSWITCHKIT
Strips for fiber detection XLVITLAMELLE
Vitra's laser remote XLVITREMOTE

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CHAPTER 3

VITR
VITRAA DISASSEMBLING
SERVICE
MANUAL

3 - VITRA DISASSEMBLING

3-1 COVER REMOVAL


BEFORE ANY INTERVENTION on the VITRA unplug the mains cord at its
back. Remove all cables and connectors.

To remove the cover :


- Unscrew the 7 screws on the bottom face.
- Unscrew the 2 screws on the rear face.

CAUTION : The cover is linked with cables to the chassis. The lenght of these
cables do not allow a large moving of the cover. Do not bend to
much these cables to avoid any connection trouble.

- Remove with care the cover, by pulling it.


- Put the cover on a soft material to protect the cover paint.
- Proceed reverse to re-mount the cover.
Bottom view

3
screws

4 screws
2 screws
Overall view

P
Rear view
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3 - VITRA DISASSEMBLING

3-2 DEVICE SUBSYSTEM LOCATION


Vitra is composed with electronic boards, electrical systems and an
optical block :

Electronic boards :
- I/O board - Power board - CPU board
- Power Supply Block - Screen block

Optical block : (never have to be opened)


- Cavity with the cavity board at the top and fan on its back.

Electrical system :
- Fan - Power entry module

Power Supply block Power board

I/O board

Screen block

CPU board
Cavity board

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MANUAL

3 - VITRA DISASSEMBLING

3-2-1 I/O BOARD


- Unscrew the 6 connector nuts at the external rear panel.

- Unscrew the nut at the


internal rear panel.

Nut

6 nuts

3-2-2 POWER SUPPLY BLOCK


- Disconnect all connectors and unscrew the 4 screws .

2 screws

P 2 screws

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MANUAL

3 - VITRA DISASSEMBLING

3-2-3 POWER BOARD


- Disconnect all connectors and unscrew the 4 screws marked on the
figure below.

Upper view

3 screws with washer

Side view

Unscrew 1 screw with a long nutdriver

3-2-4 OPTICAL BLOCK DISASSEMBLING


- Disconnect all connectors on the cavity board.

- Disconnect the ground cable linking the cavity at the I/O board.

- Unscrew with an Allen key the 2 screws under the chassis.


2 screws

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MANUAL

3 - VITRA DISASSEMBLING

- Place a mark on the support and the washer to allow an easier mounting.

- Unscrew the 2 nuts keeping in place the opposites with a key.

2 nuts on each screw rods

CAUTION : NEVER REMOVE THE CAVITY BOARD.


The cavity board makes the etancheity with optical components
area which is full of gas. Optical components are glued and can not
be adjusted.
All settings are done by software. If they do not any result, the
optical block must be return to Quantel Medical.

WARRANTY VOID IF THE CAVITY IS OPENED

3-2-5 OPTICAL BLOCK ASSEMBLING


54 mm
35 mm

- Place the cavity in its support and insert the screw rods with a washer
and a nut.

- Screw slightly the rear screw rod to have the rear cavity at 35mm height.

- Screw slightly the front screw rod to have the front cavity at 54mm height.

- check the two heights and tighten the screws.


P
- Tighten the 2 nuts keeping in place the opposites with a key.

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MANUAL

3 - VITRA DISASSEMBLING

3-2-6 CPU BOARD


It is situated inside the cover on the back screen chassis.
Unplug all connectors before unscrewing the board.
Unscrew the 4 screws.
4 screws

3-2-7 TOUCH SCREEN BLOCK


WARNING : The touch screen is very fragile.
It is situated inside the cover under the CPU board.
Remove the 3 cables and unscrew the 4 screws.
Power board cable Earth cable screw

Power, audio and


state led cable

4 screws
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MANUAL

3 - VITRA DISASSEMBLING

3-3 SPECIAL UNMOUNTING AND MOUNTING

3-3-1 TOUCH SCREEN BLOCK DISASSEMBLING

WARNING : The touch screen is very fragile and the replacement of any
components must be done following the procedure below.
Perform it in comfortable space with care to avoid any damage.

Upper side

Right side
Left side

Step 1
Step 3

Lower side
Step 2
Step 1 :
With an 1.25 Allen key, unscrew the 4 screw rods until to liberate it from
their housing on the back LCD screen. See below.

Step 2 :
Unplug the 3 cables.

Step 3 :
P Unscrew the 2 nuts.

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MANUAL

3 - VITRA DISASSEMBLING

Step 4 :
Lift up lightly the right side of the metallic chassis.
Pull it slightly to release the plate from the screen housing.

Take care to the flat cable who get through the support. Slide it out.

Screen
assembly

Screen
housing

Step 5 :

WARNING : the manipulations come sensible for the touch screen.

Lift up the screen assembly keeping in place the silicon flat joint with a
finger.
Washer (only on the first models)

Flat joint

Step 6 :
Remove the metalic or plastic washer if
it is present.

Step 7 :
Remove the silicon flat joint.
Flat strips
Step 8 :
Remove the touch screen.

Step 9 :
Remove the 3 or 4 silicon flat strip joints.

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MANUAL

3 - VITRA DISASSEMBLING

3-3-2 TOUCH SCREEN BLOCK ASSEMBLING


The new tactile glass must be replaced with 3 new flat strip joints and one
new flat joint.

1. Place the 3 new flat strip joints PisteGreen


verte
surway
le
on the metalic support.
Place the short strip on the
down part of the metallic
piece.
Take care to have the strips
layed flat and not Flat cable
Nappe de la

superimposed.

2. Place the tactile glass carefully Down part


with the green way above

3. Place back the flat joint. The


washer doesnt need to be
placedback.

4. Place back the screen upon


the flat joint.

The critical step is the positioning of the cover upon the screen

1. Place the cover sliding carefully the cables inside the aperture.

2. Place 2 screws identified A on the picture without screwing them


completly in the way to pre position the cover.

3. Approach the 4 screw without head gently inside there screen


housing and let absolutly 3 or 4 mm outside of the cover.

WARNING : Never tighten hardly these screws.

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MANUAL

3 - VITRA DISASSEMBLING

4. Tighten completly the 2 screws A.

5. Continue to slide the 4 screws without heads inside the tubes by


screwing without never tight them. The pressure of these screws on
the glass must be at the minima.

WARNING : Never tighten hardly these screws.


A too high pressure of the screw rods on the screen can
break the tactile glass or causes disfunctioning of it.

6. When the screws are in a ligth contact with the top of the tube, keep
the screws in position with an Allen key and lock this position with the
nuts.

CAUTION : After the screen assembly mounting, a touch screen calibration


must be performed (see chapter 5-1-1 Touch screen calibration).

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SERVICE
MANUAL

3 - VITRA DISASSEMBLING

3-3-3 FIBER DETECTION KIT REPLACEMENT


In case of wrong functioning of the fiber detection system, the
microswitches can be replaced.

Check with an ohm-meter the good commutation of the new


micro-switches like indicated below.

The value between the pins must be :

Switches released : infinite


Switches pressed : 0

Unsold the two yellow cables on the cavity board.


Remove the switches by unscrewing the 4 screws with an Allen key.
Replace it by a new switches assembly (the switches come already
cabled, ready to be sold)

Place the new switches tightening slightly


the 4 screws.
Connect a fibre.
With the laser OFF, place an ohmmeter
on the both center pins of the switches,
and check that the contact close each
time the fibre is connected.
If it is not the case move it forward to
have the contact closed.
Tighten completely the 4 screws and
remove the fiber.
Yellow cables

Sold the two yellow cables on


the cavity board.
Test with the laser on, the fiber
detection.
If it is good place the cover
taking care to the cover cable
placement.
Test again the fiber detection. Jumper cable
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CHAPTER 4

LOC ATION & CONNECTOR PIN


LOCATION
DESCRIPTION
SERVICE
MANUAL

4 - LLOC
OC ATION & CONNECTORS PINS DESCRIPTION
OCATION

4-1 CPU BOARD

J6

J4

J2

J1 J3 J5

C o nn ec tor Pi n S i gn al C o nn ec tor Pi n S i gn al C o nn ec tor Pi n S i gn al

1 FR M 1 Vbus 1 + 12 V

2 LP 2 D- 2 0V

3 CP J2 3 D+ 3 SP RX +

4 D isp 4 ID 4 S P RX -

5 -1 6-1 7 3 .3 V 5 Gnd 5 S P TX +
J6
6 1 L ef t 6 S P TX -

7 V C on t 2 Top 7 SP CK +
J3
8 L D7 3 Righ t 8 S P CK -
J1
9 L D6 4 Bo tt om 9 TX 2

10 L D5 1 10 RX 2
J4
11 L D4 2 1 TX 1

12 L D3 1 L ed 1 J7 2 Gnd

13 L D2 2 Gnd 3 RX 1

14 L D1 3 L ed 2
J5
15 L D0 4 CW B

P 1 8-19 -2 0 NC 5

6 -7
CW A

NC

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MANUAL

4 - LLOC
OC ATION & CONNECTORS PINS DESCRIPTION
OCATION

4-2 POWER BOARD

J1 J8 J5 J6

J2

J4 J3

C onne ct or Pin Si gna l C onne ct or Pin Si gna l C onne ct or Pin Si gna l C onne ct or Pin Si gna l

1 + 12 V 1 + 12 V 1 F ib er s ec ur ity 1 TCK

2- 4-6 -8 G nd 2 G nd 2 F ib er de tec t 2 G nd

J1 3 + 12 V 3 F iltre 2 m ed po s 3 Tem p K T P + 3 TD O

5 + 5V 4 F iltre 2 m ed pr es 4 Tem p KT P - 4 + 3.3V

7 + 5V 5 C m dF iltre 2 m ed 5 Tem p D io de + 5 TM S
J6
1 + 12 V 6 R em o te 6 Tem p D i ode - 6 NC

2 G nd 7 Z o om 7 Tem p YV O 4 + 7 NC

3 SP R X + 8 P ed al de te ct 8 Tem p Y VO 4 - 8 NC

4 S P RX - 9 pe da l 1 9 Intern al c e ll + 9 TDI

5 S P TX + 10 pe da l 2 10 Inter na l c ell - 10 G nd
J2 J3 J5
6 S PT X - 11 pe da l 3 11 Ex te rnal c el l + 1 DL A

7 SP C K + 12 pe da l 4 12 Ex ter nal c ell - 2 DL A

8 S P CK - 13 TX 1 13 H um i di ty + 3 DL K

9 TX 2 14 RX 1 14 H um id ity - 4 DL k

10 RX 2 15 S AV 15 A im in g d iod e + 5 P eltie r K T P +
J8
1 + 12 V 16 R em o te o ut 16 Aim i n g di ode - 6 P eltie r KT P -

2 + La m p 17 Ex ter nal fan + 17 Inter na ll fan + 7 Pe ltie r D io de +


J4
3 Fi ltre m ed po s 18 E x te rn al fan - 18 Intern all fan - 8 Pe ltie r Di o de -

4 - L am p 19 C ap ot 19 Tem p e xt 9 P eltie r YV O 4 +

20 NC 20 D etec t 5 32 10 Pe lti e r YV O4 -

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MANUAL

4 - LLOC
OC ATION & CONNECTORS PINS DESCRIPTION
OCATION

4-3 I/O BOARD

J5
J2

J3

J1 J6 J7
J4

Con n ect or Pin Sign al Con n ect or Pin Sign al Con n ect or Pin Sign al

1 Temp ext 1 + 12V 1 Polari zing slot

2 Gnd 2 RX 1 2 Gnd

3 Filtr e 2 med pos 3 Rem ote 3 Filtr e 2 med pos

4 F iltr e 2 med pres 4 Gnd 4 Cm dFi ltre 2 med

5 Cm dFi ltre 2 med J2 5 S AV J4 5 Gnd

6 Rem ote 6 TX 1 6 NC

7 Z oom 7 Polari zing slot 7 Z oom

8 P edal detect 8 Rem ote out 8 F iltr e 2 med pres

9 pedal 1 9 Rem ote out 9 + 12V

10 pedal 2 1 Gnd 10 Led +


J1 J5
11 pedal 3 2 P edal detect 11 Led -

12 pedal 4 3 pedal 2 12 Line

13 TX 1 4 NC 13 NC
J6
14 RX 1 J3 5 + 12V 14 Neutral

15 S AV 6 Polari zing slot 15 NC

16 Rem ote out 7 pedal 1 16 Internal fan +


J7
17 Internal fan + 8 pedal 3 17 Internal fan -

18 Internal fan - 9 pedal 4

19 NC

20 NC

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4 - LLOC
OC ATION & CONNECTORS PINS DESCRIPTION
OCATION

4-4 CAVITY BOARD

J1 J2

Connector Pin Signal Connector Pin Signal

1 Fiber security 1 DL A

2 Fiber detect 2 DL A
3 Temp KTP + 3 DL K
4 Temp KTP - 4 DL k
5 Temp Diode + 5 Peltier KTP +
J2
6 Temp Diode - 6 Peltier KTP -
7 Temp YVO4 + 7 Peltier Diode +
8 Temp YVO4 - 8 Peltier Diode -
9 Internal cell + 9 Peltier YVO4 +

10 Internal cell - 10 Peltier YVO4 -


J1
11 External cell +
12 External cell -
13 Humidity +
14 Humidity -
15 Aiming diode +
16 Aiming diode -

17 Internall fan +
18 Internall fan -
19 Temp ext
20 Detect 532

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MANUAL

4 - LLOC
OC ATION & CONNECTORS PINS DESCRIPTION
OCATION

4-5 POWER SUPPLY

P3 P2

P2

Connector Pin Signal Connector Pin Signal


1 Line 5-6-7-8 +12V
P1 2 Neutral 9-10 -5V
3 Earth P2 13-14 +5V
1-2-3-4-11--
1-2 Strapped NC
12-15-16
3-4 Strapped
P3 5-6 Strapped
7 Line stop button
Neutral stop
8
button

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CHAPTER 5

SERVICING & C ALIBR


CALIBR ATION
ALIBRATION
SERVICE
MANUAL

5 - SERVICING & C
CALIBR
ALIBRATION
ALIBR ATION

5-1 FIRST LEVEL SERVICING


5-1-1 TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION
The position of the touch-screen-sensitive area can be calibrated.
It can be necessary after a transport, a screen assembly changing, a
software upgrade or other wich could change the touch screen calibration.

This calibration can be done in 'doctor mode' as in 'service mode'.


Turn the key to 'ON' and wait for the home page to display.
Turn the power knob clockwise until 'Calibration' displays on the screen.

NOTE : Read the entire procedure before to start.

1- Turn the power knob ten steps to


the right.
The number of each step displays
into the yellow area except the
tenth who displays 'GO' message.

2- Wait for the first beep;


it is the begining of the calibration
procedure.

3- Press 'P' until to hear the second


beep.

4- Then press successively the


4 screen corners.
Each time a corner is pressed,
repetitive beeps will be hear.
It says that the screen pressure is
correctly recognized.
Go to the following corner.
NOTE : To obtain a better result, it is recommended to press the screen
with a thin plastic stick, like a PDA pencil.

5- At the end, press 'P' again to complete the procedure and exit the
calibration page.

The screen comes back to the home page.


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5 - SERVICING & C ALIBR


CALIBR ATION
ALIBRATION

5-1-2 SERVICE MODE


To access to the service mode, it is necessary to plug the service remote
(the service remote wiring is illustrated into 9-3 ).

Switch on the main switch and turn the key to ON.

The service mode is


v x.xx
indicated by the
Sav
EMPTY "Sav" message.
EMPTY
To access to the
EMPTY service screen, press
"Quick START" button
EMPTY
and select one of the 4
EMPTY terminals.

Home page Terminal selection

5-1-2-1 SERVICE SCREEN


The screen mean below shows the default parameters for power,
exposure time and shot interval.
They are the same for each terminal.
IMPORTANT :After each use in service mode, the instrument must be switched
off completly by turning the key to 'OFF' position.

Power output value


100mW 0.100s Exposure time
Return to terminal
selection Soft Cons Diode: 0.21V 265Pt
MICRO Int Cell: 0.00V 4Pt
Terminal Ext Cell: 0.00V 3Pt
selected Idiode: 0A 0Pt Area of control and
measured parameters
Standby / Ready
Power Int: 117.65 mW

t Diode / Peltier 31.93C -140


Curves t YV Peltier 39.43C -260
t KTP / Peltier 37.99C -200
t Ext: 22.93C 1722Pt Area of temperature
measurments
Calibration

Reset and shot 0 Shot mode


number counter

Aiming beam 1 Shot interval


intensity settings
Service screen

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MANUAL

5 - SERVICING & C
CALIBR
ALIBRATION
ALIBR ATION

CONTROL BUTTONS
Escape screen : Validates the parameters and return to the
previous page.

Standby / Ready : Enables or disables firing.

Calibration : Access to the terminal calibration page.


- See 5-1-2-1.

Curves : Access to the shot curves of diode and cells.


- See 5-1-1.

SETTING BUTTONS
Exposition : Sets the exposure time.

Interval : Sets the shot interval.

Mode : Sets the shot mode.

0 Counter : Displays the shot number.


Press button to reset it.

1 Aiming beam : Sets the aiming beam intensity.

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CONTROL AREAS
Power :
Displays the power output set and
available at the output of the delivery
system.

Control parameters of the laser :


These parameters can not be
modified.
They are available in analogic (Volts
or Amps) as in numeric (points from 0
to 4095).
Cons diode : This is the command voltage for pumping diode. This
voltage is modulated between 0 and 3,3 Volts according
to the power setting.

Int cell : This is the internal cell reading value. This value is
adjusted by the software during the cavity calibration.
This value can be measured on the test point TP4 on
cavity board.

Ext Cell : This is the external cell reading value. This value is
adjusted by the software during the cavity calibration.
This value can be measured on the test point TP5 on
cavity board.
The external cell follow the internal one and is adjusted in
production area to be superimposed on the curve screen
with 5% tolerance.

I diode : This is the current used by the diode to produce the


laser effect according to the cell readings. This value is
adjusted during the cavity calibration and terminals
calibrations.

Power int : This is the power at the cavity output which depends of the
terminal efficiency set during terminal calibration.

These values are updated in real time before and during the shots :

- Standby and Ready mode :


- 'Cons Diode' depends on the displayed power.
- The cells do not see a laser beam (0V).
- The diode current is zero.
- 'Power Int' depends on the displayed power and the
terminal calibration.

- Firing : High current in the diode


The internal and external cells see a laser beam (voltages).
The cell values must be superimposed (with 5%
tolerance).
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Cavity component temperature :

The temperatures are indicated in


Celsius degree.

T diode : This is the diode temperature which is adjusted in


production area.

T YV : This is the crystal temperature

T KTP : This is the frequency doubled crystal temperature.

T ext : This is the temperature measured around the electronic


boards. The sensor is set to start a locking alarm when
temperature is up to 35C and down to 10C.

5-1-2-2 CURVES

The pumping diode current 100mW 0.100s


and the power measurements
Soft Cons Diode: 0.21V 265Pt
from the Internal/External cells Int Cell: 0.00V 4Pt
MICRO
since the last shoot, can be Ext Cell: 0.00V 3Pt
displayed on the curve screen. Idiode: 0A 0Pt
It is called by pressing 'Cb'
button Power Int: 117.65 mW

1V
+20%
Internal cell curve (green) 8A

External cell curve (red)


-20%
Diode current curve (blue) 0.5V
4A -50%

ms
Close curve window 100 200 300 400

Before or after the curve window calling, a shot must be done to be


displayed.
The curves are refreshed after each shot.
The scales are set automatically.

The cell curves must be superimposed with a maximal deviation of 5%


P and within the range 20% from requested value.

See chapter 7 for more explanations about these curves.

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5-1-2-3 TERMINAL CALIBRATION


CAUTION : Before any calibration, check and set to the default value (500mW)
the doctor's calibration.

This calibration must be done during laser installation. The 4 terminals


are calibrated in manufacturing area with standard values
Before every calibration, check the Laser spot (well defined and
homogeneous) and the max. power at the delivery system output.

This is the adjustment of the necessary cavity power according to the


power lost in the terminal.
This calibration must be done with terminal adapter connected to the laser
and an external joulemeter.

CAUTION : An individual calibration must be realized for each connected


delivery system.

Press "CAL" button to access to the 'Terminal calibration' window.

100mW 0.200s

Soft Cons Diode: 0.21V 265Pt


MICRO Int Cell: 0.00V 4Pt Value
Ext Cell: 0.00V 3Pt Min Setting Max
Idiode: 0A 0Pt
t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0
10 t YV Peltier1527.00C -10 40
t KTP / Peltier 35.94C -150
Power Int: 117.65 mW t Ext: 26.16C 1552Pt
100
Warming 0
mW Nominal Value
t Diode / Peltier 31.93C -140 7 8 9 0 Del
t YV Peltier 39.43C -260 4 0
5 6 , Esc
t KTP / Peltier 37.99C -200
t Ext: 22.93C 1722Pt
1 1
2 3 - OK
t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0
100 tmW * 0.2s27.00C
YV Peltier 17.00
-10
1000 mW
t KTP * 0.2s35.94C
/ Peltier 170.00
-150
t Ext: 26.16C 1552Pt
Warming 0 t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0
140 t YV Peltier150
27.00C -10 320
t KTP / Peltier 35.94C -150
t Ext: 26.16C 1552Pt
Warming mW
1000
0 0

0 7 8 9 0 Del
4
0
5 6 , Esc
11
- + OK 1 1
2 3 - OK
Energy value area

The Calibration is made at 2 power nominal values (select it by the


arrow buttons) :

100 mW and 1000 mW with 0.2s exposure time.

The Power adjustments are limited : - 100mW x 0.2s : 10 to 40.


- 1000mW x 0.2s : 140 to 320.

The setting of a power values is possible in 2 ways :

- Setting with "+" and "-" buttons (0.01 mW step).


- Introducing the reading value with the keyboard window
accessible by pressing the energy value area.
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PROCEDURE :

IMPORTANT: To be sure of the measurement validity, the Joulemeter must


have its "calibration check" sticker in current validity.

1- Place the joulemeter cell in front of the laser beam, at the delivery
system output, so that the spot occupies the largest possible part of
the sensitive surface.
Do not place it at the focal distance.

2- Select the 100mW power value with the arrow keys.

3- Protect yourself from the laser reflexions and toggle the laser in
ready state.
Press the pedal to obtain the measurement.

4- Make an average of 3 measurements (for example).


Note these values; the differences should not exceed 5%.

5- Enter this average.

6- Select the 1W power value with the arrow keys and perform the
same procedure.
These corrections will then be applied over all the power range by
interpolation.

7- To STORE the NEW Calibration value :


- Press the "OK" button.
- Press ESCAPE to return to the terminal selection page.
Measured
1.2W power
- Check the measured values Calibration point
1W Ideal
for the displayed power values : curve
(Straight line)

400 mW and 800mW.


Real
curve
Draw the curve :
measured power vs displayed power.

- Do the Calibration procedure again


for the 100 mW and 1W values if 100mW
Displayed
necessary to obtain a curve as close Calibration point
power
as possible to the ideal straight line.
100mW 1W 1.2W

A power straight line should represent the power calibration.

P It is possible to modify the 2 points to get a better straight line.

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5-1-2-4 AIMING BEAM (650nm) CALIBRATION


To limit the maximal power level of the aiming beam, a single calibration
of the aiming beam is realized in manufacturing area. This calibration can
be done by a technician on the field if the doctor complains.

A 600 W maximal power must be supplied by the red aiming beam.


Value
Press the aiming number area to Min Setting Max
access to the 'Aiming beam
calibration' window. 50
t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0
t YV Peltier1100
27.00C -10 3800
t KTP / Peltier 35.94C -150
t Ext:50
Red
Warming 0
26.16C
W 1552Pt
: Nominal value

100mW 7 8 9 0 Del
0.100s 0
,
4 5 6 Esc
Soft Cons Diode: 0.21V 265Pt 1 1
2 3 - OK
MICRO Int Cell: 0.00V 4Pt t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0
50 t YV Peltier1100 3800
Ext Cell: 0.00V 3Pt 27.00C -10
t KTP / Peltier 35.94C -150
Idiode: 0A 0Pt Redt Ext: 26.16C 1552Pt
Warming 0 W :
150

7 8 9 0 Del
Power Int: 117.65 mW 4
0
5 6 , Esc

t Diode / Peltier 31.93C -140 1 1


2 3 - OK
t YV Peltier 39.43C -260 50
t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0
t YV Peltier1100
27.00C -10 3800
t KTP / Peltier 37.99C -200 t KTP / Peltier 35.94C -150
t Ext: 26.16C 1552Pt
Red 300 W :
t Ext: 22.93C 1722Pt Warming 0

t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0


Redt YV 50 W 27.00C
Peltier : 1100 -10 7 8 9 0 Del
Red
t KTP150 W
/ Peltier : 1400
35.94C -150
t Ext: 26.16C 1552Pt 4
0
5 6 , Esc
Red 300 W : 0 1800
Warming
Red 600 W : 2830 1 1
2 3 - OK
t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0
0 50 t YV Peltier1100
27.00C -10 3800
t KTP / Peltier 35.94C -150
0 Redt Ext: 26.16C
600 W1552Pt
:
Warming 0

11 7 8 9 0 Del
- + OK 4
0
5 6 , Esc
Point value area
1 1
2 3 - OK
PROCEDURE :

IMPORTANT: To be sure of the measurement validity, the Joulemeter must


have its "calibration check" sticker in current validity.

1- Place the milli-wattmeter cell in front of the fiber output to measure the
aiming beam power.

2- Select each calibration point with the arrow buttons. Set the value to find
the power required on the milli-wattmeter .

The Power adjustments are limited between 50 to 3800 points.

The setting of a power values is possible in 2 ways :

- Setting with "+" and "-" buttons (by 1 step for 50W and 150W,
by 10 steps for 300 and 600W).

- Introducing the reading value with the keyboard window


accessible by pressing the point value area.

3- To store the calibration press on "OK" button and escape key.


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5-2 ADVANCED LEVEL SERVICING

5-2-1 PRODUCTION SCREEN


IMPORTANT :After each use, the instrument must be switch off completly by
turning the key to 'OFF' position.

To select the production mode, set the power to 330mW and press the
output power area to select the "prod" mode.

330mW 0.100s Power area to press 330mW 0.100s

Soft Cons Diode: 0.77V 950Pt


to go in production Soft Cons Diode: 0.65V 807Pt
MICRO Int Cell:
Ext Cell:
0.00V 4Pt
0.00V 3Pt
mode MICRO Int Cell: 0.00V 4Pt
Ext Cell: 0.00V 3Pt
Idiode: 0A 0Pt Idiode: 0A 0Pt
Imin Imax: 0.00V 0.00V
Power Int: 330.00 mW
Power Int: 388.24 mW
Production mode Prod
t Diode / Peltier 31.93C -140 t Diode / Peltier 31.93C -140
t YV Peltier 39.43C -260
t KTP / Peltier 37.99C -200
indicator t YV Peltier
t KTP / Peltier
39.43C -260
37.99C -200
t Ext: 22.93C 1722Pt t Ext: 22.93C 1722Pt
I Offset et I 0.00A 0.18A

0 0

1 1

Service screen Production screen

NOTE : This screen is the service screen with some additional informations in the
control areas.

I min I max : Reserved to production use.

Power int : Notice that the internal power is the same than the setting
power. The efficiency of the terminal is always 100%.

I offset and I : Reserved to production use

5-2-2 CURVES

Use the curves, in production mode, like in service mode.


See 5-1-2-2 Curves

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5-2-3 CAVITY CALIBRATION


This is the adjustment of the internal and external cells reading according
to an external calorimeter reading.
This calibration must be done with a 90% efficiency fibre connected to the
cavity output. It is necessary to perform this calibration with a fiber
connected in the way to include during the reading the light reflection
inside the fibre.
Press "Cal" button to access to the '3 point Calibration' window.
Value
Min Setting Max
50mW 0.500s
t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0
12 t YV Peltier24
27.00C -10 75
t KTP / Peltier 35.94C -150
Soft Cons Diode: 0.21V 265Pt t Ext: 26.16C 1552Pt
50 mW Nominal value
Warming 0
MICRO Int Cell: 0.00V 4Pt
Ext Cell: 0.00V 3Pt 7 8 9 0 Del
Idiode: 0A 0Pt ,
4 0
5 6 Esc
1 1 2 3 - OK
Power Int: 117.65 mW
t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0
Prod 150 t YV Peltier230
27.00C -10 500
t Diode / Peltier 31.93C -140 t KTP / Peltier 35.94C -150
t Ext: 26.16C 1552Pt
500 mW
t YV Peltier 39.43C -260 Warming 0

t KTP / Peltier 37.99C -200 7 8 9 0 Del


t Ext: 22.93C 1722Pt
4 0
5 6 , Esc
t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0
50 mW * 0.5s 0,1V : 27.00C
t YV Peltier 24 -10
500 mWt KTP / Peltier
* 0.5s 1V :35.94C
230-150 1 1
2 3 - OK
t Ext: 26.16C 1552Pt
1000 mW * 0.5sWarming 2V :0 480 t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0
250 t YV Peltier480 27.00C -10 1000
t KTP / Peltier 35.94C -150
t Ext: 26.16C 1552Pt
0 Warming 0 mW
1000

0
7 8 9 0 Del
4 0
5 6 , Esc
11
- + OK 1 1
2 3 - OK
Energy value area

The Calibration is made at 3 power values (select it with the arrow


buttons) :

50mW, 500mW and 1W with 0.5s exposure time.

The Power adjustments are limited : - 50mW x 0.5s : 12 to 75.


- 500mW x 0.5s : 150 to 500.
- 1000mW x 0.5s : 250 to 1000.

The setting of a power values is possible in 2 ways :

- Setting with "+" and "-" buttons (by 1 step for 50mW and
by 10 steps for 500 and 1000mW).

- Introducing the reading value with the keyboard window


accessible by pressing the Energy value area.

The software will integrate the fiber lost in its calculations.

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PROCEDURE :

IMPORTANT: To be sure of the measurement validity, the Joulemeter must


have its "calibration check" sticker in current validity.

1- Place the joulemeter cell in front of the laser beam, at the delivery
system output, so that the spot occupies the largest possible part of
the sensitive surface.
Do not place it at the focal distance.

2- Select the 50mW power value with the arrow keys.

3- Protect yourself from the laser reflexions and toggle the laser in
ready state.
Press the pedal to obtain the measurement.

4- Make an average of 3 measurements (for example).


Note these values; the differences should not exceed 5%.

5- Enter this average and fire to the Vitra records it .

6- Proceed from the same way for the 500mW and 1000mW powers.

7- To STORE the NEW Calibration value :


- Press the "OK" button.
- Press ESCAPE to return to the terminal selection page.

5-2-4 TEMPERATURE MODULATION


The temperatures of the cavity components can be modified by pressing
the temperature area.
The temperatures are adjusted in production area in the way to obtain a
curve profile as stable as possible on the full range of powers.
Never modify these temperatures before having advised the service
department in Quantel medical. Modification of these temperatures can be
necessary in case of unstable curves profile after transport, or evolution of
the optical component characteristics which produce some current peaks
influencing the cell stability.

Temp diode : This is the diode temperature which is adjusted in


production area according to the supplier specifications
in the way to optimise its efficiency and its wavelength
compatibility with the cristal.

The diode temperature setting have a direct effect on the


current consummation. That means that moving away
from this manufacturing temperature gives a risk of
current saturation at high powers.
P
Recommended incrementation during adjustment is3C.
The range of adjustment is between 15 and 40C.

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Temp YV : This is the cristal temperature.


There is two levels of temperature for this component
according to the power setting.

In case of current peaks, increase the temperature will


move the peak later in the exposure and decrease the
temperature will approach the peak to the begining of the
shot.
The target will be first to reduce the peak intensity and
then to move the residual peak at the very begining of the
shot to form an overshoot.

Recommended incrementation during adjustment is1C.


The range of adjustment is between 15 and 40C.

2 temperature levels are available according to the power range used :

Temp YVb : This is the cristal temperature from 50mW to P Trans


excluded.

Temp YVh : This is the cristal temperature from P Trans level included
to the maximum power.

P Trans : Power level at which the crystal temperature change


from Temp YVb to Temp YVh.

Temp KTP : This is the frequency doubled cristal temperature.


It is the most sensible adjustment.
Recommended incrementation during adjustment is0.2C.
The target of this adjustment will be to eliminate the
current peak. The range is between 15C and 40C.

5-2-5 OTHER PARAMETERS


Power security checks :
This window is accessible by pressing on the aiming beam value area.
This part is only used in production area to check the correct functioning of
the power securities.

I mini / I maxi :
This window is accessible by pressing the upper square of the screen.
The I mini is inhibited at the exit of production area.
The I maxi is used only in production area.

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5-4 SERVICE STATISTICS ON THE LASER USE

From the home page press on "STAT" button.


The following information is displayed :

- The cumulated time during which the laser beam has been emitted.

- The number of impacts at a maximum power of 900mW (green color).


- The number of impacts with a power above 900mW (red color).

To EXIT SERVICE STATISTICS

LASER Emission Time : 1H02


Number of impacts <= 900mW : 26
Number of impacts > 900mW : 21

13
Statistics graph
showing the impacts
number for each
available power
6

0.5w 1w 1.5w

To reset the statistics press the title area "SERVICE STATISTICS".


It reset also the doctor statistics.
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WARNING & ERROR


MESSA GES
SERVICE
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6 - WARNING & ERROR MESSA GES


MESSAGES

WARNINGS

The warning messages are


materialized on the screen by an Empty MEMORY
Footswitch
Basic

icon and it appears under the power DURATION


ENDO
800
displaying. Standby mW

0.100s
Warning
These messages appear in displaying
treatment page of doctor's mode COUNTER
0
MODE
s
area
3

They are not an error message but


AIMING BEAM INTERVAL
they disable the laser shot by
toggling the laser in stanby mode.

ICONS DESCRIPTION CAUSES ACTIONS

Remote The red remote is - Lock the remote.


interlock improperly or not - Close the room door
conected. to close the
The doorswitch is open doorswitch.
or defective.
Pedal pressed The footswitch is pressed - Release the
while the laser is in the footswitch
standby mode : - Disconnect the
footswitch and check
It could be a short-circuit : that the message
disappears.
Pedal not The footswitch is not - Check the footswitch
connected recognized. connection at the
back of the device.

Manual filter The filter remote is not - Lock the remote or


dysfunctionning connected. the filter connection
The manual filter is not - Check the filter
connected or not correctly position or detection
positionned. position switches.

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MESSAGES
GES

DEFAULTS
To have more information on the
Error Message Area 1
error displayed press the left angle
Error Message Area 2
of the error window.
The SAV message appears under
the error icon.

SAV Message Area 1

Area to press to call the SAV messages

It is possible to view the laser software progressing until the default


appearance with quantelprog software and the laser connected to a
PC computer.
It gives an additional accuracy of the diagnosis.

MESSAGES & SAV CAUSES ACTIONS


ICONS MESSAGES

Footswitch error Error The footswitch is pressed - Release the footswitch


outside the treatment
page :

It could be a short-circuit : - Disconnect the


footswitch and check
that the message
disappears.

Fiber Fiber The terminal of the - Disconnect and re-


disconnected disconnected delivery system is not connect the fiber to
connected or has a bad force the detection by
pushing it more.
connection :
- Check the fiber
detection switches (see
3-3-3).
Filter Position Filter 1 Manual filter disconnected
- Check the front panel
or wrong positionned. connector or remote is
well fitted.
- Check the detection
position switches of the
filter.

Filter Position Filter 2 Motorised filter not - Check filter position


connected or not well cell inside the filter.
functionning.
- Check connections of
Remote filter not
connected. the filter or the remote.

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MESSAGES

ICONS MESSAGES SAV CAUSES ACTIONS


MESSAGES

Call Service Hard P>20%


Hard P>20% Perform the cavity
calibration (5-2-3) and
Call Service Cell Int Soft P> 20% try to fire again.
Soft P>20% Cell Ext Soft P> 20%
- If current unstable,
Call Service Hard P<20% A cell have detected a adjust component
Hard P<20% value of P temperatures.
outside the limits
Call Service Cell Int Soft P< 20% or - If deviation between
Soft P<20% Cell Ext Soft P< 20% is misfunctionning cells too high,
or adjust P2 on cavity
Call Service Hard P<50% is uncalibrated board to reduce the
Hard P<50% deviation.

Call Service Cell Int Soft P< 50% Call Service


Soft P<50% Cell Ext Soft P< 50%

Temperature Temp Ext External temperature - The instrument must


outside the functionning only be used within the
range. acceptable
temperature range :
10C to 35C
( 50F to 95F)

After extended use the - Let it cool down for a


VITRA may over heat. few minutes.
Peltier Regul
The temperature is not Wait a few seconds
stabilised by the peltier and try to fire again.
system. Measure the 3 Peltier
voltage to identify
which one is damaged.

Diode Regul The signal from the Check the voltage on


KTP Regul respective component the respective
Yv Regul thermistor is not component test point
correct. on the cavity board.

Diode : TP2
Diode Connect No signal come from KTP : TP1
Yv : TP3
KTP Connect the component
Yv Connect thermistor. Measure :
20C = 3.2V
C = 0.1V/C

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MESSAGES

Call Service Shutter1 Press OK and try


Shutter1 again.
All conditions are not
Replace the Power
ready for firing.
Call Service Shutter 2 Board.
Shutter 2 Call Service.

Call Service Security : # Note the security


Security : # number and call
Service.
Call Service Hard Shoot Firing is stopped by a Try again to fire and
Hard Shoot Soft Shoot End note the error alarm
hard signal error.
just before the hard
shoot message.
Call Service.
Call Service Power Supply Power supply missing. Check Power supply
Power Supply
block.
Call Service
Init Error
Error
Error Wrong initialization of Check the connections
the cpu. between cpu and
Power board.
Check the power
supply.
Call Service.
Current Error Error Software detects
Error Check calibrations.
current over 9A Replace Power board.
delivered to the diode.
Call Service.
Power detected Power detected A cell reads a light Check the cell offset
when the laser is in values on the cavity
standby mode. board.

CALIBRATION ERROR MESSAGE:


Laser not calibrated :
The message appears in red in the
Not calibrated
Uncalibrated Uncalibrated
upper part of the screen.
'Not calibrated'
The laser cavityis not calibrated :
Uncalibrated Uncalibrated
The message occurs after a software
upgrade (see 5-2-1).
Terminal not calibrated :
The message appears in yellow at the
top of the uncalibrated terminal icon.
'Uncalibrated'
The terminal is not calibrated : See
chapter 5-1-2-3.
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DIA GNOSIS
DIAGNOSIS
SERVICE
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7 - DIA GNOSIS
DIAGNOSIS

7-1 PERFECT LASER


Conditions to have a perfect laser :
To obtain this curve, set up the laser to :
Mode : SAV
Terminal : Endo
Power : 1.2W
Exposure time : 0.3s
Mode : Single
Calibration : 90%

- Delivery system output


(fiber 50m 90% efficiency) : power must be to 1.2W.

- Laser output (or fiber input) : power must be to 1.333W.

Laser output Fiber output


1.333W 1.2W

Fiber (50 m) 1.2W

Internal cell :
The red curve is flat.
It is within the range 20% of the value expected .

External Cell :
The green curve is superimposed with the red curve.
The deviation of the two curves is within 5%.

Diode current :
The blue curve presents a peak at its begining and decreases until to have
quickly a flat part .
It presents no peak after the begining peak.

Some curve examples are illustrated in chapter 7-2 corret curves


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7-2 CORRECT CURVES (Examples) Vitra's curve window ('Cb' button)


Power : 100mW Exposure : 300ms

0.5V
2.5A
Internal cell :
The red curve must be as
flat as possible.
It must be within the range 0.25V +20%
20% and it must not 1.25A
present peeks too high. -20%

-50%

ms
External Cell : 100 200 300 400
The green curve must
follow the red curve so
near as possible with Power : 500mW Exposure : 300ms
5% of deviation.
2.5V
5A

Diode current :
The blue curve presents a 1.25V +20%
peak at its begining and 2.5A
-20%
decreases until to have
quickly a flat part . -50%
It must present any peak
after the begining peak.
ms
100 200 300 400

Power : 1200mW Exposure : 300ms


2.5V +20%
8A

-20%

1.25V -50%
4A

ms
100 200 300 400

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7 - DIA GNOSIS
DIAGNOSIS

7-3 FAULTY CURVES


For the example here under,the solution will be to modify the optical
component temperature (see chapter 5-2-4).
1 Diode current : 1 2.5V +20%
The current (blue curve) 8A
increases until to the
saturated value -20%
(hard defect at 8.5A).
1.25V -50%
4A
Cell curves :
The red and green curves go
below the -20% and -50%
security limits.
It causes the laser stopping 100 200 300
ms
400
and displays an error
message.

2 Diode current : 2 2.5V


The blue curve has a peak. 5A

Cell curves :
The red and green curves
1.25V
follow the current peak and 2.5A
+20%

they go above the +20% -20%


security limit.
-50%
It causes the laser stopping
and displays an error
message. 100 200 300
ms
400

3 Diode current : 3 2.5V


The blue curve has a little 5A
peak.

Cell curves :
1.25V +20%
The red and green curves 2.5A
follow the current peak but -20%
they stay wiyhin the 20% -50%
security limits.
The laser does not shutdown.
P 100 200 300
ms
400
This case must be followed.

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FUSE REPL
REPLAA CEMENT
SERVICE
MANUAL

8- FUSES REPL
REPLAA CEMENT

- Disconnect the power cord before any intervention on the instrument.

Use only with a 250 V fuse


Employer uniquement avec
un fusible de 250 V
- With a screwdriver pull the main fuse
block at the rear of the machine.

- Remove the fuse support and change the


fuses if necessary.
Fuses

Fuse specifications: Glass fuse


4AT 250V
5 x 20mm
Fuse support

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REAR P ANEL PLUGS


PANEL
SERVICE
MANUAL

9 - REAR P ANEL PLUGS


PANEL

9-1 MOTORIZED FILTER PLUG

Motorized filter plug


(sub-D 9 pins female)

1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9

If any motorized filter is connected,


plug an external filter remote.
Vitra's
plug
(female)

Sub-D 9 pins
External connector
(Male)

1
6 1
2 6
7
3 2
8 7
4 3
9 8
5 4
9
5

P Jumper cable
VITRA's between pins 3 and 9
rear view

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9 - REAR P ANEL PLUGS


PANEL

9-2 FOOTSWITCH PLUG

Ground
5 4 3 2 1 Footswitch plug
9 8 7 6 (sub-D 9 pins female)
X

Pedal
4

Pedal Pedal
2 Pedal 1 3

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9 - REAR P ANEL PLUGS


PANEL

9-3 DOORSWITCH PLUG

Footswitch plug
(sub-D 9 pins female)
Footswitch
connector Sub-D 9 pins
(female) External Connector
(Male)

1
6 1 Doorswitch Sav
2 6
7
3 2
8 7
4 3
9 8
5 4
9
5
Max :
24 Vac / 500 mA
External
Relay
Rear view 24 Vac
VITRA User
Power
Supply

Red Lamp

If any doorswitch is connected, plug an external remote.


Normal remote SAV remote
Vitra's Vitra's
plug plug
(female) (female)

Sub-D 9 pins Sub-D 9 pins


External connector External connector
(Male) (Male)

1 1
6 1 6 1
2 2 6
7 6 7
3 2 3 2
8 7 8 7
4 3 4 3
9 8 9 8
5 4 5 9 4
9
5 5
P
Jumper cable Jumper cable
VITRA's between pins 1 and 3 VITRA's between pins 1 and 5
rear view rear view

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CHAPTER 10

SOF TWARE INST


SOFTWARE ALL
INSTALL ATION
ALLATION
SERVICE
MANUAL

SOFTWARE
10 - SOF INSTALL
TWARE INST ATION
ALLATION
ALL

10-1 PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS


IMPORTANT : The following datas can be erased from the laser memory during
the upgrade process.
NOTE CARREFULLY THE DATAS IN THE FOLLOWING TABLES IN
THE WAY TO REFILL THE MEMORY AFTER UPGRADE.

10-1-1 TERMINAL CALIBRATION VALUES

Select each of the 4 terminals and press CAL button in service mode.
Note all values in the table.
Calibration Points

t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0


Terminal 100mW 1000mW
100 mW * 0.2s27.00C
t YV Peltier 17.00
-10
1000t KTP
mW * 0.2s35.94C
/ Peltier 170.00
-150
t Ext: 26.16C 1552Pt
MICRO
Warming 0

ENDO
0
LIO
1
- + OK S/L

10-1-2 AIMING BEAM CALIBRATION VALUES

Press the value area of aiming beam in service mode.


Note all values in the table.
t Diode / Peltier 28.00C 0
Redt YV 50 W 27.00C
Peltier : 1100 -10
t KTP150
Red / Peltier
W 35.94C
: 1400 -150
50 W
t Ext: 26.16C 1552Pt
Red 300 WarmingW 0: 1800
Red 600 W : 2830 1 50 W
0 3 00 W
1
- + OK 6 00 W

10-1-3 TEMPERATURE SETTINGS

Press temperature value area in prod mode to see the settings.


Note all values in the table.

D io d e
Yv

P K TP

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SOFTWARE INSTALL ATION
ALLATION
ALL

10-1-4 SETUP VALUES

Press 'Setup' button on home page to note all parameters set by the
users.

10-2 PREPARATION

10-2-1 CONNECTION
- Connect the PCs COM1 port to the VITRAs remote connector using a
specific serial cable.

Com 1 Com2 VITRAs programming


(remote) connector

RS232-C serial cable

RS232C cable for installation software Vitra's


plug
Sub-D 9 pins (female)
Sub-D 9 pins
External Connector External Connector
(Female) (Male)

1 6
1 3 2 6
6 1
2 2 2 6
7 7 2
7 3 7
3 8 6 3 3
4 2 8 8
4 9 4 4
9 5 9 9
5 5 4 5 5

PC's rear view VITRA's


rear view

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10-2-2 CONFIGURATION AND SOFTWARE PATH

The quantelprog software is


needed to install a new firmware
version on devices.

1- Open the Quantelprog


software.
Quantelprog.exe

2- Press 'F9' key or click on


"Setup" menu to set the
software parameter.

Click on 'Default' button to


have the good configuration.

3 - Select the software to load :

Click on 'Open' icon, and find


the software location.

The software has an extension ".p"

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10 - SOF TWARE INST


SOFTWARE INSTALL ATION
ALLATION
ALL

10-3 DOWNLOADING VITRA'S SOFTWARE


Switch-on the Laser

The 'Quantelprog' software displays :

Click on the downloading icon :

A control box displays the


downloading evolution.

When the control box disappears,


the software is loaded.

Switch off the Laser.

The procedure is completed.

Unplug the serial cable and turn


off the Vitra.

The laser software version is displayed on home page under Quantel


Medical logo, so that you can ensure that the installation has normally
proceeded.

CAUTION : However you have to check the calibration before any use of the
Laser. See 5-1 and 5-2.

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SOFTWARE INSTALL ATION
ALLATION
ALL

10-4 INSTALLATION CHECKING AND SETTINGS


10-4-1 TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION

After a software installation, it could be necessary to calibrate the screen.


Perform the touch screen calibration in service mode like indicated in
chapter 5-1-1

10-4-2 VITRA SETTINGS


Check and replace if necessary the settings in the following chronological
way :

1- CAVITY COMPONENT TEMPERATURES


Enter the value noted in the chapter '10-1-3 Temperature setting
values'.

2- CAVITY CALIBRATION
Perform the cavity calibration following the procedure described in
the chapter '5-2-3 Cavity calibration'.

3- TERMINAL CALIBRATION
Enter the value noted in the chapter '10-1-1 Terminal calibration
values'.

4- AIMING BEAM (650nm) CALIBRATION


Enter the value noted in the chapter '10-1-2 Aiming beam
calibration values'.
Check, with a milli-wattmeter, that the max power of aiming beam is
within the range 500W to 700W.

When the procedure is completed, press ESC to memorize the


settings.

Turn the key to off to reinitialize the securities.

10-4-3 FINAL CONTROL

In doctor mode, measure the terminal output energy at different values of


the power range available (low part, middle part and high part with low and
high exposure time).
P
Check that the reading values are inside a tolerance of 10% with the
requested values.

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SERVICE C ARDS
CARDS
SERVICE
MANUAL

PLEASE FAX TO QUANTEL MEDICAL, THIS SERVICE CARD IF PROBLEM OCCURS.

DISTRIBUTOR NAME : DATE :


SERIAL NUMBER :
DEFECT MESSAGE :
Error message area 1 Error message area 2 SAV message area

A) CURVES WHEN A DEFECT OCCURS


Power level before defect :

___V
___A W

___V
__A

ms
___ ___ ___ ___

B) CURVES DRAWING FOR SEVERAL DISPLAYED POWERS


- Shoot once at the indicated power level.

500 mW - 0,7s 1.2 W - 0.3 s

___V ___V
___A ___A

___V ___V
__A __A

ms ms
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___

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1.2 W - 0.1 s

___V
___A

___V
__A

ms
___ ___ ___ ___

- Set the power at the maximum level to get the flatest internal cell curve as possible (exp.
time : 0.3s).

5
___V
Draw the external cell
___A
8

2.5
___V
4
__A

ms
100
___ 200
___ 300
___ 400
___

- Press the Statistics button on the First


screen page and note the indicated values.

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VALID ATION SHEET

Software Version 1.05

Publishing Date January 2006

Revision Date January 2006

Written by :
F. LO YAL

Checked by :
C. C HABRIER

Validated by :
P. Q UER O

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