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REVISION HISTORY

REVISION DATE REASON FOR CHANGE

0 JAN 24, 2000 First edition

2 JUN 20, 2000 New edition

3 FEB 2, 2001 System Interconnection Signals

4 FEB 10, 2003 Compact + Compact-ESM Integration update

5 MAR 30, 2004 General improvements and new RF Adaptation

6 NOV 30, 2006 General improvements

This Document is the english original version, edited and supplied by the manufacturer.

The Revision state of this Document is indicated in the code number shown at the bottom of this page.

ADVISORY SYMBOLS
The following advisory symbols will be used throughout this manual. Their
application and meaning are described below.

DANGERS ADVISE OF CONDITIONS OR SITUATIONS THAT


IF NOT HEEDED OR AVOIDED WILL CAUSE SERIOUS
PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

ADVISE OF CONDITIONS OR SITUATIONS THAT IF NOT


HEEDED OR AVOIDED COULD CAUSE SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURY, OR CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE OF EQUIPMENT OR
DATA.

Advise of conditions or situations that if not heeded or


avoided could cause personal injury or damage to equipment
or data.

Note . Alert readers to pertinent facts and conditions. Notes represent


information that is important to know but which do not necessarily
relate to possible injury or damage to equipment.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Page

1 INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

1.1 Tools and Test Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

1.2 Pre-installation Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

1.3 General Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

2 UNPACKING, CABINET INSTALLATION AND POWER LINE CONNECTION . . . 5

2.1 Compact Generators -- Line Powered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

2.2 Compact-ESM Generators -- Battery Powered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

2.3 Control Console Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

3 CABLE CONNECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

3.1 Cable Routing inside Generator Cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27


3.1.1 General Cable Routing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
3.1.2 Line Powered Generator with Optional Supports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

3.2 High Voltage Cables Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32


3.2.1 High Voltage Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
3.2.2 X-ray Tubes with Metallic Insert Envelope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
3.3 X-ray Tube Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
3.3.1 Stator Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
3.3.2 Tube Selection Signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

3.4 Interconnection Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37


3.4.1 Serial Interconnection RS232 / RS422 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
3.4.2 Collimator Error Signal (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
3.4.3 Door Interlock Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
3.4.4 Warning Light Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
3.4.5 Collimator Lamp and System Locks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
3.4.6 Buckys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
3.4.7 Tomo Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
3.4.8 Ion Chambers (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

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3.4.9 Photomultiplier (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
3.4.10 RAD & Fluoro Table (Spot Film Device) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
3.4.11 Image System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
3.4.12 Spare Signals on RF Adaptation Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

4 FINAL INSTALLATION AND CHECKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

4.1 HV Transformer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

4.2 Cable Fastening and Covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

5 SYSTEM INTERCONNECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

5.1 System Interconnection Signals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

5.2 System Interconnection Maps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

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SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION

The Installation process depends on the Generator and System configuration.


Installation must be performed in the order indicated along this document.
Perform only the sections required to install this Generator.

1.1 TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT

The following hand tools and products are required for the Installation:

• Standard service engineers tool kit.

• Electric drill motor and assorted bits.

• Silicone Insulating Grease (proofing compound).

• Alcohol cleaning agent.

The following test equipment is required for Configuration and Calibration:

• Digital Multimeter.

• Non-invasive kVp Meter.

• Digital mAs Meter.

• Calculator.

• Only for AEC purposes:

G Sensitometer.

G Densitometer.

G Copper Plates for the Collimator Filter Holder (recommended for


AEC / ABC calibration):
2 units of 1 mm thickness,
1 unit of 0.5 mm thickness,
2 units of 0.2 mm thickness,
1 unit of 0.1 mm thickness.

G Acrylic Plastic Plates can be used Instead of Copper Plates:


6 units of 5 cm. thickness,
5 units of 1cm. thickness.

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• Only for Tomo purposes:

G Tomophantom tool.

• Only for Fluoro purposes:

G Dosimeter, with R/min and mR/min meters and/or mGy/min and


μGy/min meters.

G Imaging Test Phantom tool.

G Copper Plates: 2 units of 1 mm thickness,


1 unit of 0.5 mm thickness,
2 units of 0.2 mm thickness,
1 unit of 0.1 mm thickness.

1.2 PRE-INSTALLATION CHECK

Prior to beginning installation, it is recommended to inspect the site and verify


that the X-ray room complies with Pre-installation requirements, such as:

• Incoming Line.

• Main Switch and Safety Devices.

• Conduits.

• Space Requirements.

(Refer to the “Pre-Installation” document.)

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1.3 GENERAL CAUTIONS

MAKE SURE THAT THE MAIN STORAGE CAPACITORS OF


THE HIGH VOLTAGE INVERTER DO NOT CONTAIN ANY
RESIDUAL CHARGE. WAIT UNTIL THE LIGHT EMITTING
DIODES ON THE CHARGE-DISCHARGE MONITOR BOARDS
ARE OFF, APPROXIMATELY 3 MINUTES AFTER THE UNIT IS
TURNED OFF.

ALWAYS HAVE THE “IPM DRIVER BOARD” CONNECTED IN


THE GENERATOR PREVIOUS TO MAINS POWER IS
ACTIVATED IN IT. IF THE “IPM DRIVER BOARD” IS NOT
CONNECTED, PERMANENT DAMAGE WILL OCCUR TO
IGBTS.

TO AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT TOUCH ANY


HEATSINK OF THE CIRCUIT BOARDS EVEN THE
GENERATOR IS TURNED OFF. PREVIOUS TO
DISASSEMBLE ANY BOARD, REMOVE ALL CONNECTORS
PLUGGED TO IT.

LINE POWERED GENERATOR:


THIS GENERATOR IS PERMANENTLY CONNECTED TO THE
POWER LINE, AND POWERED ON UNLESS THE SAFETY
SWITCH INSTALLED IN THE ROOM ELECTRICAL CABINET
IS OFF. WHEN THE GENERATOR IS POWERED, THE NEON
LAMP (GREEN) LOCATED ON THE TRANSFORMER 6T2
(GENERATOR CABINET) IS ON.

INTERNAL PARTS OF THE GENERATOR (ALL FUSES, LINE


CONTACTOR (6K5), INPUT TRANSFORMER (6T2), ON/OFF
RELAY (3K3) AND LF-RAC MODULE) ARE PERMANENTLY
POWERED ON THROUGH POWER LINE ALTHOUGH THE
CONTROL CONSOLE IS OFF. BE SURE THAT THE SAFETY
SWITCH IS OFF BEFORE HANDLING ANY INTERNAL PART
OF THE EQUIPMENT.

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BATTERY POWERED GENERATOR:


THIS GENERATOR IS PERMANENTLY CONNECTED TO THE
POWER LINE THROUGH A LINE PLUG.

WHEN IT DOES NOT WORK WITH STAND-ALONE, IT IS


POWERED ON UNLESS THE SAFETY SWITCH INSTALLED IN
THE ROOM ELECTRICAL CABINET IS OFF. WHEN THE UNIT
IS POWERED, THE NEON LAMP (GREEN) LOCATED ON THE
TRANSFORMER 6T2 IS ON.

WHEN IT WORKS WITH OPTIONAL STAND-ALONE IT IS


POWERED ON IN ALL SITUATIONS. WHEN THE UNIT IS
TURNED ON, THE NEON LAMP (GREEN) LOCATED ON THE
TRANSFORMER 6T2 IS ON.

KEEP THE PROTECTION COVERS IN PLACE ALL THE TIME,


ONLY REMOVE THE COVERS TO PERFORM SERVICE
OPERATIONS. INTERNAL PARTS (CONTACTOR 6K5, LINE
FUSES, BATTERY CHARGER BOARD, LINE MONITOR
BOARD, BATTERY MONITOR BOARD, ENERGY GUARD
BOARD AND STAND-ALONE BOARD) ARE PERMANENTLY
POWERED ON AND HAVE THE FULL VOLTAGE POTENTIAL
OF THE BATTERIES (APPROX. 400 VDC) ALTHOUGH THE
UNIT IS DISCONNECTED FROM THE LINE OR THE CONTROL
CONSOLE IS OFF. USE CAUTION WHEN WORKING IN THIS
AREA.

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SECTION 2 UNPACKING, CABINET INSTALLATION AND


POWER LINE CONNECTION

The Generator is shipped in one box to facilitate transport and installation.

Upon receipt of the X-ray unit and associated equipment, inspect all shipping
containers for signs of damage. If damage is found, immediately notify the
carrier or their respective agent.

2.1 COMPACT GENERATORS -- LINE POWERED

1. Open the shipping box. Take out the Control Console, Interconnection
Cables, Cabinet Cover and other furnished parts. Do not discard any
packing material such as envelopes, boxes or bags until all parts are
accounted for as listed on the packing list.

2. Remove the packing material from the pallet.

3. Remove the Generator Cabinet from the shipping pallet, placing it near
its chosen room position. This operation requires at least two people.

4. When the equipment is unpacked, verify that all items on the customer
order are present, and the hardware and internal wiring is secure.

5. Check the part numbers / serial numbers of each component with its
identification labels, and inspect all pieces for visible damage. If any
damaged parts are found, repair or order replacements to prevent
unnecessary delay in installation.

Illustration 2-1
Compact Generators (two versions)

COMPACT GENERATOR FOR ONLY ONE LS TUBE (MINI) COMPACT GENERATOR FOR ONE OR TWO LS/HS TUBES

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6. In some cases, due to transport safety requirements, the HV Transformer


is shipped out of the Generator Cabinet. Install the HV Transformer inside
the Cabinet (upper area) and secure it with the respective anchors or
plates, then connect the following cables from the Power Module to the
corresponding terminals on the HV Transformer:

G P2-Shield (2 thin wires), P1 and P3. Connect these cables to the


stud-brass terminals using two wrenches to tighten the nuts (one
to hold the base nut in place and the other to tighten the nut over
the cable) and avoiding twisting the studs. Ensure that the
connection is secure and properly tightened.

G Ground wire to Ground stud.

G Connector J1.

THE HV TRANSFORMER HAS TO BE SECURED WITH ITS


ANCHORS OR PLATES INSIDE THE CABINET. OTHERWISE
P1, P2 AND P3 STUDS MAY BE IN CONTACT WITH THE
CABINET FRAME AND PRODUCE A SHORT-CIRCUIT.

Illustration 2-2
Cable Connections to the HV Transformer

P1

P2--Shield Ground Wire / GND Stud

P3

J1

7. The Line Powered Generator Cabinet can be installed in one of the


following ways:

G Using the optional Wall Support only (for installation refer to


step-8.)

G Using the optional Wall Support and Base Support (for


installation refer to steps-9.)

G Freestanding without supports (for installation refer to steps-12.)

Note . Optional Supports must be requested in the customer order.

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8. Installation of the Generator Cabinet using a Wall Support Only.

An optional Wall Support can be provided to hang the Cabinet. The Wall
Support must be securely installed on a resistant wall that can hold both
the Generator and Cables (keep in mind their weights). (Refer to the
“Pre-Installation” document for more information.)

a. Place the Wall Support against the wall and level it.

b. Mark the anchoring holes on the wall. Make sure that there is a
sufficient number of anchoring points in order to firmly secure the
Generator Cabinet to the wall (minimum 4 / 6 anchoring points).

Illustration 2-3
Installation of the Wall Support (optional)

Wall Mounting Holes

Wall Support

c. Secure the Support firmly to the wall.

d. Hang the Generator, at least two people are required.

e. Fix the two screws that join the rear side of the Cabinet to the Wall
Support. Go to step-13.

Illustration 2-4
Installation of the Generator in the Wall Support (optional)

Cable Entrance Wall Support Wall Mounting Holes

Hooks and Slots

Joint points for Cabinet -- Wall Support

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9. Installation of the Generator Cabinet using a Wall Support and a


Base Support.

The Generator Cabinet can be assembled over a metallic Base Support


(Cable Box) and a Wall Support at the rear side. The final assembly
(Generator + Supports) can be hung on the wall (refer to step 10.) or left
freestanding (refer to step 11.).

(Refer to the “Pre-Installation” document for more information.)

Illustration 2-5
Compact Generator with optional Supports

Generator Cabinet

Wall Support

FREESTANDING

Base Support / Cable Box

Generator Cabinet

Wall Support
WALL SUPPORTED

Base Support / Cable Box

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10. When hanging the Generator on the wall, the Wall Support must be
securely installed on a resistant wall that can hold the Generator with the
Supports and Cables (keep in mind their weights). (Refer to the
“Pre-Installation” document for more information.)

a. Place the Wall Support against the wall and level it.

b. Mark the anchoring holes on the wall. Make sure that there is a
sufficient number of anchoring points in order to firmly secure the
Generator Cabinet to the wall (minimum 4 / 6 anchoring points).

Illustration 2-6
Installation of the Wall Support (optional)

Wall Mounting Holes

Wall Support

c. Secure firmly the Support to the wall.

d. Hang the Generator, at least two people are required.

e. Fix the two screws that join the rear side of the Cabinet to the Wall
Support.

Illustration 2-7
Installation of the Generator in the Wall Support (optional)

Cable Entrance Wall Support Wall Mounting Holes

Hooks and Slots

Joint points for Cabinet -- Wall Support

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f. Remove the four Adjustable Leveling Legs from the base of the
Generator Cabinet and re-install them in the Base Support.

g. Assemble the Base Support under the Generator Cabinet and


secure it using four M6x20 screws (supplied). At least two people
are required for this operation.

h. Go to step-13.

Illustration 2-8
Installation of the Base Support (optional)

Generator Cabinet

Joint points for Cabinet -- Base Support

Wall Support

Base Support
Adjustable Leveling Legs

Base Support (Cable Box)

11. When the Generator is freestanding, perform the following steps:

a. Remove the four Adjustable Leveling Legs from the Base of the
Generator Cabinet and re-install them in the Base Support.

b. Place the Base Support near its chosen place in the room. Level
the Base using the Adjustable Leveling Legs. Keep the Base at
the maximum distance from the floor.

Seismic areas and other conditions require the Generator to be


secured to the floor. There are mounting holes on the bottom of the
Base Support. Place the four spacers (provided) under the Base
and secure them to the floor. Keep the four Leveling Legs at the
same height as the spacers (refer to Illustration 2-9).

c. Assemble the Wall Support to the Base Support using two M6x20
screws (supplied). Place the Generator Cabinet over the Base
Support and secure it using four M6x20 screws (supplied). At least
two people are required for this operation.(refer to Illustration 2-9).

d. Go to step-13.

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Illustration 2-9
Installation of the Generator over the Base Support (optional)

Adjustable Leveling Legs

Base Support (Cable Box)

Spacer for using in Seismic Areas

Adjustable Leveling Legs

Joint point for Base Support -- Wall Support

Joint points for Cabinet -- Base Support

Base Support (Cable Box)

Joint points for Cabinet -- Base Support

Base Support (Cable Box)

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12. Installation of the Generator Cabinet Freestanding.

Usually, the Generator Cabinet is freestanding. Place the Cabinet near


its chosen place in the room. Level it using the Adjustable Leveling Legs
at the bottom of the Cabinet. Keep the Base at the maximum distance
from the floor.

Seismic areas and other conditions require the Generator to be secured


to the floor. There are mounting holes on the bottom of the Cabinet. Keep
the four Leveling Legs at the same height (refer to Illustration 2-10).

Illustration 2-10
Adjustable Leveling Legs

Adjustable Leveling Legs

13. Leave a sufficient working area around the equipment that will permit
unhindered movements until its final assembly.

POWER LINE CONNECTION

KEEP IN MIND THE GENERAL CAUTIONS FOR LINE


POWERED GENERATORS INDICATED IN SECTION 1.3.

DO NOT POWER ON THE GENERATOR UNTIL SPECIFICALLY


INSTRUCTED IN THIS SERVICE MANUAL.

14. Verify that the power supply line is “OFF” in the Room Electrical Cabinet.
Verify that the power line to the Generator is cut when the Emergency
Switch(es) is(are) activated.

15. The power supply line should conform with the Generator model defined
in the “Pre-Installation” document. Wire sizes indicated in this document
are relative to the power supply line and wire length. Verify that the power
line voltage and phase of the Generator coincides with the one for Room
Electrical Cabinet.

Note . As indicated in the Pre-Installation document, 16 mm 2 (AWG 6)


may be used from the Room Electrical Cabinet to the Generator
Cabinet provided that the length does not exceed 6 m (20 ft).

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16. Cut the cables to the appropriate length and remove insulation from both
ends of the power and ground wires. Connect them to the respective
terminals in the Room Electrical Cabinet.

17. Route the Power Line Cables to the Ground Terminal and Input Line
Fuses. These cables can be secured to the Fastening Bar of the Cabinet
and routed internally along the rear side of the Cabinet; or they can be
routed through the Round Cable Outlet on the Rear Cover of the Cabinet
(always apply Local Codes for cable routing). (Refer to Illustration 2-11.)

Illustration 2-11
Cable Routing in the Line Powered Generator

Fastening Bar

Input Transformer 6T2


Power Line Cables

Ground Terminals

Input Line Fuses

OR

Round Cable Entrance


(at the Rear Cover)
Power Line Cables

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18. For Single Phase Generators, connect the Power wires L1 and N (L2) to
the Fuse Holders of F3 and F4 (right side of the Cabinet), and the Ground
wire to the Ground stud in the Cabinet Frame (above these fuses or close
to the right side of the HV Transformer).

SINGLE PHASE GENERATORS ARE FACTORY DELIVERED


TO OPERATE ON PHASE AND NEUTRAL. IN CASE OF
CONNECTING THE EQUIPMENT TO A TWO-PHASE LINE,
REPLACE THE NEUTRAL CARTRIDGE WITH THE FUSE
SUPPLIED WITH THE GENERATOR.

19. For Three Phase Generators, connect the Power wires L1, L2 and L3 to
the Fuse Holders of F3, F4 and F5 (right side of the Cabinet), and the
Ground wire to the Ground Studs in the Cabinet Frame (located above
these fuses or close to the right side of the HV Transformer).

Three Phase Generators do not need Neutral (N) wire connection from
the Line. If the unit is provided with the optional Fuse Module, connect
the Neutral (N) wire from the Line to the Neutral Stud below F3 Fuse
Holder.

Illustration 2-12
Power Line connections

Input Transf. 6T2

GND Studs

GND Stud

L1 Input Line

L2 Input Line

L3 Input Line

Neutral Stud
(optional)

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For 80 kW Generators, the power supply line must be 480 VAC (or
530 VAC). If the Generator is supplied with an external step-up
autotransformer, it will include the cables to connect the autotransformer
to the Generator Cabinet. Power line should be connected to the
autotransformer terminals according to the line.

480 V
(or 530 V)

415 V
400 V
SEP-UP TRANSFORMER 380 V

Input: 380 VAC / 400 VAC / 415 VAC, Three-Phase.


380 V
Output: 480 VAC / 530 VAC, Three-Phase. 400 V
415 V
Max Power Output: 80 kW, 10% duty cicle
(approx. 5 seconds / minute) 480 V
(or 530 V)
380 V
Rising Temperature: 40oC 400 V
415 V
480 V
(or 530 V)

20. The whole System (Tables, Spot Film Devices, etc.) can be switched
ON/OFF when the Generator is switched ON/OFF. For this, power the
System through the output terminals of the Line Contactor 6K5 (upper
contactor close to the Input Transformer). These terminals are located
underneath the Line Contactor 6K5.

Illustration 2-13
Line Contactor 6K5 (two versions)

Line Contactor 6K5

Line Contactor 6K5


Input Transformer 6T2

Input Transformer 6T2

Output Terminals

Output Terminals

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21. Three-Phase Generators can be provided with an optional Fuse Module


mounted on Module-12, for switching ON/OFF the whole system when
the Generator is turned ON/OFF.

For this, connect the Neutral (N) wire from the Line to the Neutral Stud
below F3 Fuse Holder. Power the System through the Output Terminals
12TS4 (U, V, W, N, GND) close to Fuses F14, F15, F16.

Illustration 2-14
Power Line connections in the optional Fuse Module

GND Studs

Input Transf. 6T2

GND Stud

L1 Input Line

L2 Input Line
Terminals 12TS4
L3 Input Line

Neutral Stud

HV Transformer

Fuse Kit

Front Panel

Input Transformer 6T2

lnput Line Fuses

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22. According to the nominal voltage of the line, verify or connect the
wire “:” to the indicated terminal (TB) of Transformer 6T2. This wire is
factory connected to 230 VAC (for 1-Phase), 400 VAC (for 3-Phase) or
480 VAC / 530 VAC (for 80 kW 3-Phase Generators). (Refer to
Schematic 543020XX).

Note . For 220 VAC power line, connect the wire “:” to the 230 VAC
terminals. For 380 VAC power line, connect the wire “:” to the
400 VAC terminals.

Illustration 2-15
Connections on Transformer 6T2

6T2 Terminal Strip

6T2

23. After connecting the Power Line Cables, secure them to the Fastening
Bar using cable ties if they are routed over the Fastening Bar, or using
a suitable clamp if they are routed through the Round Cable Outlet on the
Rear Cover of the Cabinet (always apply Local Codes).

24. Install the Control Console as indicated in Section 2.3.

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2.2 COMPACT-ESM GENERATORS -- BATTERY POWERED

1. Open the shipping box, unpack the Control Console, Interconnection


Cables, Cabinet Cover and other furnished parts. Do not discard any
packing material such as envelopes, boxes, bags until all parts are
accounted for as listed on the packing list.

2. Remove the packing material from the pallet. One of the laterals is
adapted to be used as a ramp for unpacking the Generator.

Illustration 2-16
Compact-ESM Generator (unit with batteries)

Battery Charger Board HV Transformer

Input Transformer 6T2

Energy Storage Module (ESM)

Anderson Connector 6J10

Battery Trays

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3. Remove both lateral anchoring plates of the Generator Cabinet.


Assemble the ramp to the pallet base. Move the Generator from the
shipping pallet and place it near its site in the room. At least two people
are required for this operation.

THIS GENERATOR IS VERY HEAVY BECAUSE IT IS SHIPPED


WITH THE BATTERIES INSTALLED. AT LEAST TWO PEOPLE
ARE REQUIRED TO REMOVE THE UNIT FROM THE PALLET.
THE EQUIPMENT IS SHIPPED WITH THE BATTERIES
CHARGED (APPROX. 400 VDC). CAREFULLY HANDLE THE
UNIT DURING ITS UNPACKING AND INSTALLATION.

SOME CONNECTORS ARE UNPLUGGED FOR TRANSPORT,


DO NOT PLUG IN THEM UNTIL SPECIFICALLY INSTRUCTED
TO DO SO IN THIS DOCUMENT.

4. When the equipment is unpacked, verify that all items in the customer
order are present, and the hardware and internal wiring is secure.

5. Check the part numbers / serial numbers of each component with its
identification labels and inspect all pieces for visible damage. If any
damaged parts are found, repair or order replacements to prevent
unnecessary delay in installation.

6. The Generator Cabinet usually is freestanding. Seismic areas and other


conditions require the Generator to be secured to the floor by anchoring
plates fixed to both lateral sides of the Cabinet.

7. Leave a sufficient working area around the equipment that will permit
unhindered movements until its final assembly.

Illustration 2-17
Anchoring Plates for the Battery Powered Generator

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POWER LINE CONNECTION

KEEP IN MIND THE GENERAL CAUTIONS FOR BATTERY


POWERED GENERATORS INDICATED IN SECTION 1.3.

DO NOT PLUG THE UNIT INTO THE MAINS SOCKET OR


POWER ON THE GENERATOR UNTIL SPECIFICALLY
INSTRUCTED TO DO SO IN THIS SERVICE MANUAL.

8. Before connecting the cables, ensure that the power line to the Generator
is cut when the Emergency Switch(es) is(are) activated.

9. Measure the line voltage at the wall socket. The power supply line should
be according to the “Pre-Installation” document.

10. Obtain a suitable line cord with line plug to conform to local codes and
requirements.

11. Cut the line cord to the appropriate length. Fasten and route the cable
over the top bar of the frame as shown in the Illustration 2-18, using cable
ties (tie-wraps) in the holes provided. The cables should be routed
through the cable entrance of the Front Panel of Module-1 before
connecting the cable to the Terminals in 1TB-1 at the Front Panel. (Refer
to Illustration 2-18.)

12. The Terminal Block 1TB1 is also provided with connections:

G to supply power to a Table or another device (1TB1-Table), so the


whole system (Tables, etc.) can be switched ON/OFF when the
Generator is switched ON/OFF. (refer to Schematics 543020XX).

G to install an optional Emergency Stop Button for isolating the


Batteries and Power Line of the Generator. In this case, remove
the jumpers installed in the Terminals of 1TB1 (8--9, 7--10, 11--12)
and connect the Emergency Stop Button as indicated in
Schematics 543020XX.

The minimum specification for this installation should be:


-- Emergency Stop Button: AC-15 , 240 V, 3 A, Ith 10 A.
-- Cable: 2.5 mm 2 (AWG 14), 600 V.

13. Connections of power supply must be made as indicated below:

LINE VOLTAGE TABLE SUPPLY (WHOLE SYSTEM)

1TB1--1 1TB1--2 1TB1--3 1TB1--4 1TB1--5 1TB1--6

Phase Neutral GND Phase Neutral GND

14. Install the line plug to the other end of the cord.

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Illustration 2-18
Cable Routing in the Battery Powered Generator

Cable Ties

Line Terminal in 1TB-1

Power Line Cord

Cable Entrance

Table Terminal Block

Line Terminal Block

Circuit Breaker

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15. The equipment is factory set for a 230 VAC input line. Connect cable “:”
to Transformer 2T1 (close to Battery Charger Board) according to the
nominal voltage of the Line.

Set Jumper in SW1 of Line Monitor Board and connect cable “:” in
Transformer 6T2 (right side of Cabinet), as indicated below.

POWER SUPPLY LINE (NOMINAL VOLTAGE)

Stand-Alone 230 VAC


110 VAC 208 VAC 240 VAC
option (or 220 VAC)

Cable-: in
TB-3 or TB-8 TB-3 or TB-8 TB-21 TB-4 or TB-5 TB-6 or TB-7
Transformer 6T2

Jumper in Set according to SW1-5 with SW1-5 with SW1-5 with SW1-5 with
SW1 Line Monitor Power Supply Line SW1-4 SW1-3 SW1-2 SW1-1

Illustration 2-19
Connections according to Nominal Voltage

6T2 Terminal Strip Plastic Covers Charger Board

6T2
Line Monitor Board

SW1 J1

SW1 Jumper T1 Terminal Strip

SW1
2T1

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16. For safety purpose, the following connectors are unplugged during
shipping:

G Remove the Protective Cover of the Battery Charger Board and


carefully plug Connector J1 into the Battery Charger Board.
Re-install the Protective Cover.

G Carefully plug the Anderson Connector 6J10 at the right side of the
Cabinet.

WHEN THESE CONNECTORS ARE PLUGGED, FULL


BATTERY VOLTAGE IS PRESENT ON THE TERMINALS OF
CONTACTOR 6K5 AND ON THE BATTERY CHARGER
BOARD, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE LINE PLUG IS
CONNECTED OR NOT. WHEN THE LINE PLUG IS
CONNECTED, THE BATTERIES ARE SUBJECT TO
VOLTAGES PRODUCED BY THE CHARGER BOARD.

Illustration 2-20
Connections of J1 on Battery Charger and Anderson 6J10

J1 Connector on Battery Charger

J1
J1

Connector 6J10

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17. With Cabinet Cover close to the Cabinet, connect the “Line” and “Battery”
lamp wires from the Cabinet cover to the respective Molex connectors on
the top of the Cabinet (remove the wire tie-wrap).

18. Plug the Generator to the line socket and turn ON the Circuit Breaker.
Visually check that:

G “Line” and “Batteries” Lamps (on the Cabinet cover) are lit.

G LED “CHECK” (yellow) is flashing on the Line Monitor Board


(2A3). The MAX and MIN LEDs (red) on the Line Monitor Board
should be off.

Perform the Line Monitor Board Adjustment:


-- Note the Nominal Line Voltage configured with SW1 at the Line
Monitor Board.
-- Measure and note the Power Line Voltage with a Digitalmeter
in the mains socket.
-- Adjust VDC on TP2 (positive) and TP1 (negative) with POT1 at
the Line Monitor Board as per the following formula:

V mains V (mains:220V)
× 2.5 = V TP2 Example: × 2.5 = V TP2(2.4VDC)
V nominal V (nominal:230V)

V mains is the line voltage obtained in the mains socket.


V nominal is the nominal voltage configured with SW1.

G All of the green LEDs and LED DS1 are lit on the Battery Charger
Board.

LED DS1

Connector J1

Row of Green LEDs

Charger Board

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19. Turn Off the Circuit Breaker and unplug the Generator from the mains
socket. Observe the “Line” Lamp is switch off.

20. Install the Control Console as indicated in Section 2.3.

2.3 CONTROL CONSOLE INSTALLATION

1. Control Console can be freestanding, wall supported or mounted on an


optional Pedestal. Console is provided with several mounting holes on
the bottom for anchoring to the Pedestal or another support.

Console CPU Boards and AEC Control Board can be located inside the
Console (standard) or inside the Generator Cabinet (for Serial
communication).

2. When a Pedestal is used, secure the Pedestal to the floor through the
anchoring holes on its base and place the base cover. Attach the Console
to the Pedestal using the mounting holes on the bottom of the Console.

3. When the Console is wall supported, secure the support to the wall and
attach the Console to the support using the mounting holes on the bottom
of the Console.

4. Leave a sufficient working area around the equipment until its final
assembly.

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SECTION 3 CABLE CONNECTIONS

This section provides the information necessary to connect the Generator


Cables with the system and options.

Note . For more information about electrical requirements and cable


connections, refer to the “Pre-Installation” document and
Section 5 “System Interconnections” at the end of this document.

Note . Identification of some terminal connections (TB, TS), boards, etc...


along with this document (text and schematics) may have a prefix
number which indicates the module number in the equipment.
(a.e. TS2 as 4TS2, 10TS2 or 11TS2).

Some safety devices such as the Safety Switch / Emergency Switch, Warning
Light, and Door Interlock Switch are supplied and installed by the customer.
Verify that safety devices have been properly installed and routed during the
Pre-Installation procedure.

3.1 CABLE ROUTING INSIDE GENERATOR CABINET

3.1.1 GENERAL CABLE ROUTING

1. Before connecting the Interconnection cables within the Generator


Cabinet, cables must be first connected to each Device (Tables, Buckys,
etc.) and routed through the raceways. Remove the ferrite blocks of the
cables (factory clamped) when it is required to carry out a correct routing,
then re-install the ferrite blocks where they originally were around cables.

2. Inside the Generator Cabinet, all Interconnection cables must be routed


over the Fastening Bar (upper rear bar) of the Cabinet Frame minding the
upper Cable Outlet at the rear side of the Cabinet Cover. (Refer to
Illustration 3-1).

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Illustration 3-1
Cable Routing in Compact Generator

Fastening Bar

Stator & Interconnections


Cables Outlet (rear side)

Cable Ties

Stator & Interconnections


Cables Entrance
Cable Ties

Fastening Bar

Input Transformer
Power Line Cables

Ground Terminals HV Cables

Input Line Fuses Stator & Interconnections Cables

Power Line
Cable Entrance

Input Transformer

Stator & Interconnections


Cable Entrance

Power Line Cable Entrance

Input Line Fuses

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3. For Generators with a Low Speed Starter located behind the Front Panel
(Module 4), Stator and Interconnections Cables have to be routed
internally through the Cabinet close to the Input Transformer.

4. For Generators with the Low or High Speed Starter located on a shelf
(Module 10 or 11), Stator and Interconnections Cables have to be routed
internally through the Cabinet close to the HV Transformer.

In order to avoid signal interferences, it is strongly


recommended to fold and fasten close to the Generator
Cabinet the portion of cables not routed (see picture below).
Never wrap in circles.

YES NO

5. Connect all cables as indicated in Section 3 “Cable Connections”.

6. Secure all cables to the Fastening Bar using cable ties after all
cable / wire connections are complete.

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3.1.2 LINE POWERED GENERATOR WITH OPTIONAL SUPPORTS

1. Before connecting the Interconnection cables within the Generator


Cabinet, cables must be first connected to each Device (Tables, Buckys,
etc.) and routed through the raceways. Remove the ferrite blocks of the
cables (factory clamped) when it is required to carry out a correct routing,
then re-install the ferrite blocks where they originally were around cables.

2. Cables can enter into the Generator through the Cable Outlet on the
upper side of the Wall Support or through the Cable Outlet at the rear side
of the Base Support (according to the raceway position in the room and
Local Codes). The non used Cable Outlet has to be closed with the cover
supplied. (Refer to Illustration 3-2).

3. Route each cable through the Base Support and take out each one to fold
and fasten individually the remaining portion of cable that is not used for
Generator connections. Then, route the other end of the cable through
both Supports. (Refer to Illustration 3-2).

4. Inside the Generator Cabinet, all Interconnection cables must be routed


over the Fastening Bar (upper rear bar) of the Cabinet Frame minding the
upper Cable Outlet at the rear side of the Cabinet Cover. (Refer to
Illustration 3-1).

5. For Generators with a Low Speed Starter located behind the Front Panel
(Module 4), Stator and Interconnections Cables have to be routed
internally through the Cabinet close to the Input Transformer.

6. For Generators with the Low or High Speed Starter located on a shelf
(Module 10 or 11), Stator and Interconnections Cables have to be routed
internally through the Cabinet close to the HV Transformer.

7. All the folded cables should be put into the Base Support. Install the Front
Cover of the Base Support.

In order to avoid signal interferences, it is strongly


recommended to fold and fasten the remaining portion of
cables as indicated in Illustration 3-2, before putting them
inside the Base Support. Never wrap them in circles.

8. Connect all cables as indicated in Section 3 “Cable Connections”.

9. Secure all cables to the Fastening Bar using cable ties after all
cable / wire connections are complete.

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Illustration 3-2
Cable Routing and Outlets
Fastening Bar Upper Cables Outlet Fastening Bar

Generator Cover Generator Cover

Wall Support

Wall Support
Cabinet Frame YES NO Cabinet Frame

Tie--wraps Tie--wraps

Base Support Base Support

Lower Cables Outlet

INTERNAL CABLE ROUTING INTERNAL CABLE ROUTING


FROM UPPER CABLES OUTLET FROM LOWER CABLES OUTLET

Cables Entrance (upper side of Wall Support

Cables Routing from Cabinet


to Base Support (rear view)

Cables Outlet (rear side of Cabinet Cover)

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3.2 HIGH VOLTAGE CABLES CONNECTION

FOR GENERATORS WITH A HV TRANSFORMER WITH X-RAY


TUBE RECEPTACLES (ANODE / CATHODE) FOR ONLY ONE
X-RAY TUBE CONNECTION AND WHEN THIS TUBE IS BEING
USED FOR “FLUOROSCOPY / SPOT FILM”: CONNECTIONS
OF THE FILAMENT LEADS “FIL-1 RTN” (J4-15) AND “FIL-2
RTN” (J4-16) ON THE INTERFACE CONTROL BOARD HAVE
BEEN INVERTED, AND THE “HT INL” (J3-13) IS
DISCONNECTED AND INSULATED IN THE CABINET. THESE
CONNECTIONS ARE FACTORY SET. (REFER TO SCHEMATIC
543020XX).

FOR GENERATORS WITH A HV TRANSFORMER WITH


DOUBLE X-RAY TUBE RECEPTACLES (ANODE / CATHODE
TO CONNECT TWO TUBES) AND WHEN ONE OF THE X-RAY
TUBES IS BEING USED FOR “FLUOROSCOPY / SPOT FILM”,
THIS TUBE MUST ALWAYS BE CONNECTED TO THE TUBE-2
RECEPTACLES.

FOR GENERATORS WITH A HV TRANSFORMER WITH


DOUBLE X-RAY TUBE RECEPTACLES (ANODE / CATHODE
TO CONNECT TWO TUBES): CONNECTIONS OF THE
FILAMENT LEADS “FIL-1 RTN” (J4-15) AND “FIL-2 RTN”
(J4-16) ON THE INTERFACE CONTROL BOARD HAVE BEEN
INVERTED. THESE CONNECTIONS ARE FACTORY SET.
(REFER TO SCHEMATIC 543020XX).

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3.2.1 HIGH VOLTAGE CABLES

The Terminal Pins of the High Voltage cables are extremely


delicate and easily damaged. They therefore must be
handled carefully. Make sure that they are straight and that
the splits in the pins are open (parallel to sides).

Anode and Cathode cables are furnished according to the room layout (length
of the cables).

1. Assemble the mounting accessories of each Termination Plug following


the Cable manufacturer’s instructions.

Do not install the Silicone washer supplied with the HV


Cables.

2. Prepare the High Voltage terminals that will be installed in the X-ray
Tube(s) receptacles. Apply Silicone Paste over the entire surface of the
Plug including the Pins.

3. Carefully connect the Anode and Cathode cables from the HV


Transformer to the respective X-ray Tube(s) receptacles. Ensure that all
connections are made correctly, maintaining correct Anode and Cathode
orientation. Tighten the cable nuts securely.

4. Put approximately 1 cm (0.5”) of HV Oil in the HV Transformer


receptacles.

5. Carefully connect the Anode and Cathode cables from the X-ray Tube(s)
to the respective HV Transformer receptacles. Ensure that all
connections are made correctly, maintaining correct Anode and Cathode
orientation. Tighten the cable nuts securely.

3.2.2 X-RAY TUBES WITH METALLIC INSERT ENVELOPE

In case of X-ray Tubes with a Metallic Insert Envelope, it is required to connect


the wire from the Metallic Insert Envelope to the Black Banana Plug connection
on the HV Transformer to obtain a correct mA measures. For these X-ray Tubes
the part number of the HV Transformer has to be coded in revision A or higher
(a.e. A6094--16A). (Refer to Section 5.2 -- Map 54302035).

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3.3 X-RAY TUBE CONNECTION

3.3.1 STATOR CABLE

X-ray Tubes are equipped with the Stator cable installed.

Note . For Generators with a “Single X-ray Tube for Fluoroscopy / Spot
Film”, connect the Stator wires as indicated for Tube-2, except for
Generators with the Low Speed Starter LF-RAC located behind
the Front Panel (module-4), in this case connect wires as Tube-1.

A LV-DRAC (Low Voltage - Digital Rotatory Anode Controller) is required for


High Speed X-ray Tubes. Connections between LV-DRAC and Power Module
are factory made.

Route the Stator cable together with the HV cables to the Generator Cabinet.
Connect the Stator cable terminals to the indicated Terminal Block TS2:

TERMINAL TS2
STATOR WIRES
TUBE-1 TUBE-2

MAIN TS2-1 TS2-9

AUX (Shift) TS2-2 TS2-10

COMMON TS2-3 TS2-11

Note . Terminal Block TS2 may be marked as 4TS2, 10TS2 or 11TS2


depending on the Generator model.

Note . For Philips or Siemens X-ray Tubes refer to Interconnection Maps


I/F-021 or I/F-024.

MAKE SURE THAT STATOR WIRES ARE PROPERLY


CONNECTED. BEFORE MAKING ANY EXPOSURE, CHECK
THAT THE ANODE ROTATES CORRECTLY.

IN GENERATORS EQUIPPED WITH LV-DRAC: THE LV-DRAC


OUTPUT CAN BE AS HIGH AS 1000 Vrms. FOR SAFETY
REASONS (TO AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCKS), THE STATOR
CABLE MUST BE SHIELDED AND BOTH ENDS OF THE
SHIELD MUST BE CONNECTED TO GROUND.

DUE TO ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE (EMC)


PROBLEMS, THE IGBT’s HEATSINK IS NOT GROUNDED. IT
IS CONNECTED TO THE NEGATIVE TERMINAL OF THE
INPUT RECTIFIER. TO AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK, BE SURE
THAT THE INPUT LINE IS DISCONNECTED AND THE
CAPACITOR BANK IS PROPERLY DISCHARGED BEFORE
MANIPULATING THE LV-DRAC.

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FANS

Wires from fans should be routed with the Stator Cables, and connected to the
indicated terminal of the Generator Cabinet. Depending on the model of X-ray
Tube, the fans are powered at 115 VAC or 220 VAC. Make the following
connections to select the fan voltage.

For Compact Generators (for only one LS Tube) with the Low Speed Starter
LF-RAC located behind the Front Panel (module-4), connect wires from fans to:

0 VAC 115 VAC 220 VAC

3TS1-3 or 3TS1-10 3TS1-27 3TS1-26

For Compact Generators (for one or two LS Tubes) with the Low Speed Starter
LF-RAC located on a shelf at the bottom of the Generator (module-10), connect
wires from fans to:

GENERATOR WITH LOW SPEED STARTER


TUBE
CONNECTION WIRES FROM FANS 115 VAC 220 VAC

10TS2-6 and 10TS2-7 TB4-T1 with TB1-22 or TB1-23 TB4-T1 with TB1-25 or TB1-26
AS TUBE-1
on the Generator Cabinet on the LF-RAC Board on the LF-RAC Board

10TS2-14 and 10TS2-15 TB4-T2 with TB1-22 or TB1-23 TB4-T2 with TB1-25 or TB1-26
AS TUBE-2
on the Generator Cabinet on the LF-RAC Board on the LF-RAC Board

Note . For Generators with a “Single X-ray Tube for Fluoroscopy / Spot
Film” connect the Fan wires as indicated for Tube-2.

For Compact Generators (for one or two HS Tubes) with the High Speed Starter
LV-DRAC located on a shelf at the bottom of the Generator (module-11),
connect wires from fans to:

GENERATOR WITH HV TRANSFORMER AND HIGH SPEED STARTER FOR ONLY ONE X-RAY TUBE
TUBE
CONNECTION WIRES TO FANS 115 VAC 220 VAC

11TS2-6 and 11TS2-7 Jump 11TS2-6 with 11TS2-17 Jump 11TS2-6 with 11TS2-18
AS TUBE-1
on the LV-DRAC Module on the LV-DRAC Module on the LV-DRAC Module

11TS2-14 and 11TS2-15 Jump 11TS2-14 with 11TS2-17 Jump 11TS2-14 with 11TS2-18
AS TUBE-2
on the LV-DRAC Module on the LV-DRAC Module on the LV-DRAC Module

GENERATOR WITH HV TRANSFORMER AND HIGH SPEED STARTER FOR TWO X-RAY TUBES
TUBE
CONNECTION WIRES TO FANS 115 VAC 220 VAC

11TS2-6 and 11TS2-7 wire marked “T1” with 11TS2-17 wire marked “T1” with 11TS2-18
AS TUBE-1
on the LV-DRAC Module on the LV-DRAC Module on the LV-DRAC Module

11TS2-14 and 11TS2-15 wire marked “T2” with 11TS2-17 wire marked “T2” with 11TS2-18
AS TUBE-2
on the LV-DRAC Module on the LV-DRAC Module on the LV-DRAC Module

Note . For Generators with a “Single X-ray Tube for Fluoroscopy / Spot
Film” connect the Fan wires as indicated for Tube-2.

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THERMOSTAT OR PRESSURE SWITCH SIGNAL

If the X-ray Tube is provided with a Safety Thermostat (approx. 65oC) or


Pressure Switch (must be NC Contact), the two wires should be routed to the
Terminal Block TS2 in the Generator Cabinet and connected to the following
Terminals.

In case that the X-ray Tube is provided with a Safety Thermostat (approx. 65oC)
and a Pressure Switch (both must be NC Contacts), connect them in series
before routing, connecting both wire-ends to their respective Terminals in TS2.

THERMOSTAT WIRES TUBE-1 TUBE-2

THERMOSTAT SIGNAL TS2-4 TS2-12

THERMOSTAT COMMON TS2-5 TS2-13

Note . Terminal Block TS2 may be marked as 4TS2, 10TS2 or 11TS2


depending on the Generator model.

Note . For Generators with a “Single X-ray Tube for Fluoroscopy / Spot
Film”, connect the Stator wires as indicated for Tube-2, except for
Generators with the Low Speed Starter LF-RAC located behind
the Front Panel (module-4), in this case connect wires as Tube-1.

If an X-ray Tube is not provided with Thermostat signal, jump both connections
in the Terminal Block TS2 (refer to above table).

GND AND/OR SHIELD

The connection of the GND and/or Shield wire of the Stator cables depend on
the Generator model.

GENERATOR MODEL
CONNECTION OF
Number of X-ray Tubes Starter type and Location GND and/or SHIELD WIRE

LF-RAC (Low Speed)


ONLY 1 Tube 4TS2--6
behind the Front Panel (Module 4)

LF-RAC (Low Speed)


1 or 2 Tubes 10TS2--8 or 10TS2--16
Lower Cabinet Shelf (Module 10)

LV-DRAC (High Speed) 11TS2--8 (for Tube-1)


1 or 2 Tubes
Lower Cabinet Shelf (Module 11) 11TS2--16 (for Tube-2)

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3.3.2 TUBE SELECTION SIGNALS

Note . This section only applies to Generators with two X-ray Tubes.

The Tube Selection signals are available through two contacts free of voltage
located on the starter.

TUBE-1 SELECTION TUBE-2 SELECTION SELECTION COMMON

on the LF-RAC Board J1-10 J1-11 J1-12

11KT1-83 and 11KT1-71


on the LV-DRAC Module 11KT1-84 11KT1-72
(connect both)

3.4 INTERCONNECTION CABLES

This section identifies the cables and runs needed for Generator and System
Interconnection. Route and connect the interconnection cables from each
component installed in the system to the Generator Cabinet as indicated in
Illustration 3-3 and Section 5.2 -- Interconnection Maps “543010XX”.

Interconnection cables should not be routed into the same


conduit or cable raceway as the Power or High Voltage
cables.

Note . For Serial Generators (RS232 / RS422): Console CPUs are


located inside the Generator Cabinet and Interconnections are
factory made. Only one cable (serial communication) from J5 of
the Generator Cabinet should be connected to the Serial Console
or PC Interface Box.

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Illustration 3-3
Interconnection Cables

GENERATOR CABINET

ATP CONSOLE CPU

POWER CABLE (factory supplied)


J1 J2

COMMUNICATION CABLE (factory supplied)


J3 J3

SERIAL COMMUNICATION (factory supplied) SERIAL COMMUNICATION


J14 J5

J7 or J8
ROOM DOOR CABLE
(customer supplied)
TS1
J15 HANDSWITCH (optional) ROOM LIGHT CABLE
(factory supplied) (customer supplied)

INTERFACE CABLE (factory supplied) CABLES FROM BUCKY 1 & 2


J2 TS1 (ONLY FOR SYSTEMS WITH 1 OR 2 BUCKY)
(field supplied)

AEC INTERFACE CABLE (factory supplied) TS2 STATOR, FAN & THERMOSTAT FROM TUBES
J5 (field supplied)

TOMO INTERFACE CABLE (factory supplied) TS3


J13

J4 COMPATIBILITIES ION CHAMBERS, TOMO DEVICES


BUCKY 3 & 4, IMAGE SYSTEMS
ADAPTATIONS (customer supplied)

FLUORO CPU POWER LINE & GND FOR


FLUORO CABLE (factory supplied)
J1 (J10) L1 / L2 / L3 / N / GND LINE POWERED GENERATORS
(customer supplied)

J4 POWER LINE & GND FOR


1TB1 BATTERIES POWERED GENERATORS
GND CABLES (factory supplied) (customer supplied)

3.4.1 SERIAL INTERCONNECTION RS232 / RS422

SERIAL CONSOLE

For systems using a Serial Console, only a Serial Interconnection Cable


(A7066--xx) from J5 of the Generator Cabinet must be connected to the J1 of
the Serial Console. (Refer to Section 5.2 -- Maps 54301052, A6188--03).

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TOUCH SCREEN PC (TPC)

For systems using a TPC, perform the following connections:

(Refer to Section 5.2 -- Maps 54301052, A6188--03).

1. Connect the AC Supply Cable (A7059--xx) from “AC Supply” connector


of the TPC to the respective terminals in TS1 of the Generator Cabinet.

2. Connect the Serial Interconnection Cable (A7067--xx) from “COM1


(Generator)” of the TPC to J5 of the Generator Cabinet.

3. Connect the Handswitch Cable to the Handswitch connector of the TPC.

4. The TPC includes extra connectors for optional connections of a Printer,


Dosimeter, Laptop, Mouse or/and Keyboard. Connect them as indicated
in the illustration below. In some cases, these communication ports are
used to interface the TPC with an Imaging System (refer also to
“Configuration” document in the Service Manual).

GENERATOR TPC
HANDSWITCH
HANDSWITCH

AC SUPPLY CABLE (A7059--xx)


TS1 AC SUPPLY

SERIAL CABLE (A7067--xx)


J5 COM 1 (GENERATOR)

COM 2 TOUCH SCREEN


(INTERNAL)
COM 3 OPTIONAL PRINTER (SERIAL)

COM 4 OPTIONAL DOSEMETER


OR LAPTOP

M (MOUSE) OPTIONAL MOUSE

KB (KEYBOARD) OPTIONAL KEYBOARD

Label of Operating System Licence


AC Supply Cable
Serial Interconnection Cable (COM1)
Handswitch
Other Connections (keyboard, etc.)

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VIRTUAL CONSOLE (PC)

Systems using a Virtual Console running on a PC usually must have a PC


Interface Box installed between the PC and Generator. (Refer to Section 5.2 --
Maps 54301052, A6188--03 and I/F-036).

Perform the following connections:

1. Remove the Back Cover of the PC Interface Box.

2. Connect the Serial Interconnection Cable (A3352--01) from J5 of the


Generator Cabinet to J1 of the PC Interface Box.

3. Connect the Handswitch Cable to J2 of the PC Interface Box.

4. Connect the Interface Box--Computer Cable (A3363--01) to J3 of the PC


Interface Box and the other end (2 connectors) to COM1
(Communication) and J1 (Auto ON/OFF) of the Computer connectors.

Note . J1 connector is only available in Computers provided with Auto


ON/OFF Board inside (factory installed).

5. Re-install the Back Cover of the PC Interface Box.

6. Check to set proper Line Voltage on PC. Plug the Power Line cable for
the Computer to a 110 VAC or 230 VAC socket.

GENERATOR PC INTERFACE PC (COMPUTER)


CABINET BOX

SERIAL CABLE (A3352--01) PC BOX / PC CABLE


J5 J1 J1
(A3363--01)

J2 COM1
HANDSWITCH
J3

POWER LINE CABLE


TO 110 / 230 VAC SOCKET

3.4.2 COLLIMATOR ERROR SIGNAL (OPTIONAL)

This option must be requested on the customer order. For systems using an
Automatic Collimator, the X-ray exposure can be inhibited due to a Collimator
Error. This signal can be used only for one Automatic Collimator in the system,
special interconnection should be required when two Collimators are present.

Connect two wires from the Collimator to Terminal Block 4TS3-20 (Collimator
Error signal) and 3TS1-18 (or another GND in this Terminal Block). Collimator
Error signal goes (through the Interface Cable) from 4TS3-20 in the Generator
Cabinet to terminal J2-6 in Connector J2 of the ATP Console CPU Board. If the
system is not provided with Automatic Collimator connect 4TS3--20 to GND
(3TS1--18).

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3.4.3 DOOR INTERLOCK SIGNAL

Connect two wires from the Room Door Interlock Switch(es) to Terminal Block
3TS1-22 (Door signal) and 3TS1-23 (Door Rtn - gnd). If the X-ray Room is not
provided with a Door signal, place a jumper between both connections in
Terminal Block 3TS1.

At this point, proceed to perform the complete Configuration


and the Calibration procedures except for AEC, Fluoro and
ABC procedures. Once Configuration and Calibration tasks
have been performed, proceed with the rest of the Installation
and Calibration tasks.

3.4.4 WARNING LIGHT SIGNAL

Room Warning Lamp(s) can be externally powered, or internally by the Terminal


Block 3TS1. Room Lamp(s) must be connected through the Terminal Block
3TS1-47 and 3TS1-48 (internal relay on Interface Control Board) to enable the
Generator switches On/Off the Room Warning Lamps. (Refer to Section 5.2 --
I/F-008).

3.4.5 COLLIMATOR LAMP AND SYSTEM LOCKS

The Generator can supply power to the Manual Collimator Lamp and System
Locks (Table, Vertical Bucky, etc.)

Connect wires from the Collimator Lamp to Terminal Block TB7-3 (24 VAC) and
TB7-4 (0 VAC) of the Lock Board.

Connect wires from the Locks to Terminal Block TB7-5 (+24 VDC) and TB7-6
(0 VDC) of the Lock Board.

Lock Board

Note . When required, voltages (VAC and VDC) on TB7 can be changed
by connecting their respective wires to the other available
terminals on the Input Transformer 6T2. (Refer to Schematics
543020XX).

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3.4.6 BUCKYS

Connect the Bucky as indicated in the Section 5.2 (Interconnections Maps for
Buckys), and test them before connecting the Ion Chambers.

The following table represents the standard Bucky cable connections:

SYSTEM CABLE FROM BUCKY IS CONNECTED TO

Terminal Block 3TS1 of the Generator Cabinet


Systems with 1 or 2 Bucky
(Refer to Section 5.2 -- Bucky)

Terminal Block TB2 of the optional “Tomo / Bucky Adaptation Board”,


Systems with 3 or 4 Bucky located in the Generator Cabinet
(Refer to “Tomo / Bucky Adaptation Board” and Section 5.2 -- Buckys).

Terminal Block TB1 of the optional “Tomo / Bucky Adaptation Board”,


The Bucky of a RAD only Table with Tomo Device located in the Generator Cabinet
(Refer to “Tomo / Bucky Adaptation Board” and Section 5.2 -- Buckys).

Note . Optional “Tomo / Bucky Adaptation Board” is required to install


more than two Buckys in the System. (Refer to the “Tomo / Bucky
Adaptation Board” and the Manual for the Bucky).

If the “Bucky Start” signal enters the Bucky through a relay or another inductive
device (a.e. a motor), it is mandatory to add the supplied R2--C2 close to each
Bucky, so they have to be connected on the terminal output of the Bucky
assembly. The R-Cs are attached to the Generator harness in a bag.

If “Bucky Start” signal enters the Bucky through an optocoupler, do not add the
supplied R2--C2 for the Bucky.

Note . The operations described above will prevent noises and


uncontrolled Bucky movements that can cause exposure cutting
or console blocking.

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3.4.7 TOMO DEVICE

RAD Only Table

The Tomo cable (A3083-01) from connector J13 of the “ATP Console CPU
Board” has to be connected to the Terminal Blocks TB1 and TB2 of the optional
“Tomo / Bucky Adaptation Board”, located in the Generator Cabinet.

The cables from the Tomo Device are also connected to the Terminal Blocks
TB1 and TB2 of the optional “Tomo / Bucky Adaptation Board”. Refer to the
“Tomo / Bucky Adaptation Board” for more detailed information and interface.
(Refer also to the Manuals of the Tomo Device).

Note . RAD only Table requires the optional “Tomo / Bucky Adaptation
Board”.

RF Table

The Tomo cable (A6742--01) from connector J13 of the “ATP Console CPU
Board” has to be connected to the “RF Adaptation Board”.

Some RF Tables with Tomo send Tomo Time information (binary code) to the
Generator. Each Table has a specific codification of this binary code. In order
to ensure proper functioning, the Table type has to be specified for interfacing
it with the Generator.

3.4.8 ION CHAMBERS (OPTIONAL)

The “AEC Control Board” (A3012-XX) must be installed on the ATP Console
CPU Board before installing the Ion Chamber(s). The optional “AEC Adaptation
Board” (A3263-03) is also required except for Systems with only one AID or
Vacutec Ion Chamber type. (Refer to the “Ion Chamber” Service Manuals).

Systems with only one AID or Vacutec Ion Chamber type:

Connect the Ion Chamber cable to the Terminal Block 3TS1 of the Generator
Cabinet and Connector J5 of the ATP Console CPU Board, as indicated in
Section 5.2 -- AEC / Ion Chambers.

Systems that require the optional “AEC Adaptation Board”:

For Systems with more than one Vacutec, AID or similar (Comet) Ion Chamber
type, or with another type of Ion Chamber (even if it is only one), perform the
following tasks in the order described:

Note . The Generator is only compatible with Ion Chambers that output
a positive ramp.

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1. If an Ion Chamber requires High Voltage (200 to 500 VDC), the Generator
must include an Interface Control Board (version A3009-09/12) that
supplies this voltage.

The Interface Control Board must have Jumpers from W3 to W8 in “A”


position. This High Voltage is supplied through Terminal Block 3TS1-39
“PT SPLY” of the Generator Cabinet and sent with a wire to TB1-9 of the
“AEC Adaptation Board”.

ON CHAMBERS WITH HIGH VOLTAGE

PHILIPS AMPLIMAT
GE BVM CGR
BVM-CGR
AMP-Phenolic Connector DB 15 Connector

300 VDC 230 VDC 500 VDC 400 VDC

Notes: -- If the System included both GE and BVM-CGR Ion Chambers, Terminal TB1-9 must supply 270 VDC.
-- Philips Amplimat Ion Chambers can not be installed with GE or BVM-CGR Ion Chambers.

DO NOT CONNECT ANY ION CHAMBER TO THE


GENERATOR CABINET UNTIL HIGH VOLTAGE IS EITHER
VERIFIED OR ADJUSTED TO THE VALUES REQUIRED.
OTHER VOLTAGE COULD DAMAGE THE ION CHAMBERS.

Turn the Generator ON and verify voltage in TB1-9 according to the Ion
Chambers to be installed. If necessary, adjust the High Voltage at
Potentiometer R20 of the Interface Control Board. Turn the Generator
OFF after adjustment.

2. Connect each Ion Chamber cable to J1 (IC1), J2 (IC2), J3 (IC3) or J5


(IC4) of the “AEC Adaptation Board”. The code for the Ion Chamber cable
supplied by the Generator manufacturer is A3253--01.

Note . Same Ion Chamber types have to be installed in consecutive order


starting at J1 (IC1). In the case of using four Ion Chambers, IC3
and IC4 must have the same film/cassette combination.

Note . The Vacutec, AID or similar Ion Chamber type is directly


connected to the “AEC Adaptation Board”. For Comet Ion
Chambers, cable connection has to be made previously through
the Comet Preamplifier PA-021 and then directly to the “AEC
Adaptation Board”.

For other cases, a cable adapter is required. The Generator


manufacturer has the following cable adapters available: GE
(A3082--01), CGR-BVM (A3081--01), Philips Amplimat
(A3080--01/02 with DB-15 or A6727-01/02 with Phenolic
connector) and MEDYS (A6715--01).

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Illustration 3-4
Four Ion Chamber Connection

* Connections free of voltage IC Adaptation


GENERATOR Cables
AEC ADAPTATION BOARD
(A3263--03)
ION CHAMBER Cable
J1 IC 1 PREAMPLIFIER
POWER INTERFACE Cable
TS1 TB1
ION CHAMBER Cable
J2 IC 2 PREAMPLIFIER

ATP CONSOLE BOARD


J5 ION CHAMBER Cable
J3 IC 3 PREAMPLIFIER

AEC INTERFACE Cable ION CHAMBER Cable


J4 J5 IC 4 PREAMPLIFIER

* Connections with IC Adaptation Cables


AEC ADAPTATION PCB

POWER INTERFACE CABLE


TS1 (Generator Cabinet) TB1

ADAPTATION CABLE*

J1 ION CHAMBER 1
(field supplied)
ADAPTATION CABLE*

J2 ION CHAMBER 2
TB1--9 (field supplied)
ADAPTATION CABLE*

J3 ION CHAMBER 3
(field supplied)
ADAPTATION CABLE*

J5 ION CHAMBER 4
ATP CONSOLE CPU BOARD
(field supplied)

AEC INTERFACE CABLE


J5 J4

3. Configure Jumpers from JP1 to JP8 and from JP13 to JP16 according to
the group of Ion Chamber type:

JUMPERS POSITION
ION CHAMBER TYPE
JP3, JP4, JP7, JP8 JP1, JP2, JP5, JP6 JP13, JP14, JP15, JP16

IC1 = IC2 = IC3 = IC4 B B B

IC1 = IC2 = IC3 B B A

IC1 = IC2 B A A

IC1 ≠ IC2 ≠ IC3 ≠ IC4 A A A

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4. Each type of Ion Chamber requires a specified reference voltage for


“Area Selections” and “AEC Reset” signals:

G Vacutec, AID and Comet Ion Chambers require GND (TB1-10).

G MEDYS, CGR-BVM, GE and Philips Amplimat Ion Chambers


require +24 VDC (TB1-4).

The reference voltage is provided from: TB1-7 “Relay 1” for IC1; TB1-6
“Relay 2” for IC2; TB1-5 “Relay 3” for IC3; and TB1-8 “Relay 4” for IC4.

For each group of Ion Chambers of the same type, connect a wire
between each of the above mentioned terminals to TB1-10 (GND), TB1-4
(+24 VDC) or TB1-3 (+12 VDC) depending on the voltage required
(examples: for four MEDYS Ion Chambers add only a wire-jumper
between TB1-7 and TB1-4; or for one MEDYS Ion Chamber as IC-1 and
one COMET Ion Chamber as IC-2 add a wire-jumper between TB1-7 and
TB1-4, and another wire between TB1-6 and TB1-10).

DO NOT TURN ON THE GENERATOR UNTIL THE INPUT


SIGNALS OF ALL THE ION CHAMBERS ARE CONNECTED TO
THE REQUIRED VOLTAGE. OTHER VOLTAGE MIGHT
DAMAGE THE ION CHAMBERS.

5. Ion Chambers output must be 0 VDC when there is no-radiation


(No-Offset adjustment). If an Ion Chamber output has an offset, it must
be adjusted to 0 VDC with the respective Potentiometer.

Configure Jumpers from JP9 to JP12 and turn ON the Generator only to
adjust the following Potentiometers (if needed) according to the Ion
Chamber output:

JUMPERS POSITION
ION CHAMBER OUTPUT
JP9 (IC1) JP10 (IC2) JP11 (IC3) JP12 (IC4)

NO-OFFSET ADJUSTMENT A A A A

OFFSET ADJUSTMENT B B B B

TEST POINT AND POTENTIOMETER


TP1 -- R11 TP2 -- R8 TP4 -- R2 TP12 -- R5
(ONLY IF JUMPER IS IN “B” POSITION)

6. Turn OFF the Generator and connect the AEC Interface cable
(A3251--01) between Connector J5 of the ATP Console CPU Board and
Connector J4 of the “AEC Adaptation Board”.

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3.4.9 PHOTOMULTIPLIER (OPTIONAL)

Connect the optional Photomultiplier as indicated in the schematic “Section 5.2


-- Photomultiplier (IF-011) and RF System (IM-300)”.

Note . “AEC Control Board” version A3012-06/07/09 is factory installed


when the Photomultiplier option is ordered. It can be used for AEC
with up to four Ion Chambers, AEC controlled by the
Photomultiplier, and ABC performed with the Photomultiplier or
the TV Camera.

The Photomultiplier requires negative High Voltage controlled by the Generator.


The “Interface Control Board” (version A3009-09 or A3009-12) in the Generator
Cabinet supplies this type of voltage. Check on this board that Jumpers from
W3 to W8 are in “B” position. High Voltage is supplied through Terminal Block
3TS1-39 “PT SPLY” and 3TS1-42 “IC GND” of the Generator Cabinet.

The High Voltage Power Supply of the Generator can be used


to provide either Positive High Voltage to the Ion Chambers
or Negative High Voltage to the Photomultiplier, not both.
Never connect the Photomultiplier if the Jumpers W3 to W8
in the “Interface Control Board” are in “A” position (positive
voltage).

In order to have the Photomultiplier working with AEC, it has to be externally


selected by using the “--PT SEL (--SFC)” signal in terminal 4TS3-7 of the
Generator Cabinet.

If the System always uses the Photomultiplier for AEC, connect a wire between
4TS3-7 and GND (from 3TS1) in the Generator Cabinet.

If the System is provided with a Photomultiplier Selection signal, use one of the
Spare signals in the “RF Adaptation Board” (refer to Section 3.4.12).

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3.4.10 RAD & FLUORO TABLE (SPOT FILM DEVICE)

The “RF Adaptation Board” is installed in all Conventional RF Generators. It


provides circuitry to induce compatibility between numerous Rad and Fluoro
Tables with the Generator. Connections between the “RF Adaptation Board”
and the Generator are factory performed.

The Fluoro cable (A3267--01) from connector J1 of the “Fluoro CPU Board”
must be connected to J1 of the “RF Adaptation Board”.

INTERFACE OF RF SYSTEMS

The Generator can be interfaced with the main RF Systems. Additional


Interface Schematics can be provided with this Service Manual whenever the
RF System is indicated in the Generator order. Perform all the connections and
set all the jumpers according to the respective interface as detailed in each
Schematic.

If Interface Schematics are not available, refer to the Manuals of the Table
and/or Spot Film Device for the interface signals required as well as the
schematics in Section 5.2 -- RF System. Perform connections as described in
the points below:

• The “PREP”, “FLUORO” and “RAD EXPOSURE” orders from the Table
to the “RF Adaptation Board” are adapted to give the “--SF PREP”, “--FT
SW CMD” and “--FL EXP (RAD EXPOSURE)” signals of the Generator.
Each one has three jumpers for its configuration according to the type of
voltage given by the Table. They share the same Return to the Table.

Insert or remove the following Jumpers on the “RF Adaptation Board”


according to the type of signals given from the Table for PREP, RAD
EXPOSURE and FLUORO.

TABLE SIGNAL TYPE CONNECTION ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD

FREE OF VOLTAGE
INSERT Jumpers: JP1, JP2, JP3, JP4, JP8, JP9, JP10, JP12, JP13 and JP14.
(DRY CONTACT)

INSERT Jumpers: JP1, JP3, JP4, JP8, JP9, JP10, JP12, JP13 and JP14.
24 VDC
REMOVE Jumper: JP2

REMOVE Jumpers: JP1, JP2, JP3, JP4, JP8, JP9, JP10, JP12, JP13 and
230 VAC
JP14.

INSERT Jumpers: JP1, JP8 and JP12.


115 VAC
REMOVE Jumper: JP2, JP3, JP4, JP9, JP10, JP13 and JP14.

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• The “READY” output of the Generator is sent through a N.O. (Normally


Open) contact as “GEN READY” to the Table to inform that the Generator
is ready for a RAD Exposure.

• The “ALOE” output of the Generator is sent through a N.O. contact to the
Table as “EXPOSURE ON” to acknowledge the RAD exposure, or as
“EXPOSURE END” to advance the film to the next position. Set Jumper
JP17 in position A for “EXPOSURE ON” or in position B for
“EXPOSURE END” (50 ms pulse at the end of the RAD exposure). Any
of these signals can also be configured for “NO FLUORO
ACKNOWLEDGE” by setting Jumper JP16 in position A or for “FLUORO
ACKNOWLEDGE” by setting Jumper JP16 in position B.

• “GEN READY” and “EXPOSURE ON / EXPOSURE END” share the


same return to the Table which is common for both N.O. contacts.

TABLE SIGNALS CONNECTION ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD

PREP order TB4-2

RAD EXPOSURE order TB4-3

FLUORO order TB4-4

TB4-20 GND (Jumper JP2 is inserted -- free of voltage)


RETURN of PREP, RAD EXPOSURE and FLUORO or
TB4-1 (Jumper JP2 is removed)

GENERATOR READY TB4-9

EXPOSURE ON / EXPOSURE END


TB4 7
TB4-7
NO FLUORO ACKNOWLEDGE / FLUORO ACKNOWLEDGE

COMMON of GENERATOR READY and EXPOSURE ON / END TB4-8

• An independent “FLUORO FOOT SWITCH” can be connected directly


to TB1-1 and TB1-2 of the “RF Adaptation Board” .

SELECTION OF TABLE OPERATION MODE FROM THE GENERATOR


(OPTIONAL)

Some RF Tables (Prestige, Prestilix, Televix, Telegem, etc) need a selection of


Table Operation Mode from the Generator.

A binary code from the Generator (WS1 and WS2) is sent to the “RF Adaptation
Board”. It is decoded and sent to the Table through N.O. contacts as “SFD
SELECT”, “DIRECT SELECT”, “DIGITAL SELECT (DSI)” and “SPECIAL
SELECT” to select the operating mode. These signals share the same return
to the Table which is common for all the N.O. contacts.

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Connect the wire marked “Tomo” (WS2) of the “Tomo Cable” (A6742-xx) to
TB3-5 of the “RF Adaptation Board”.

Connect the wires from the Table as indicated below:

WIRE FROM TABLE SIGNAL CONNECTION ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD

SFD SELECT TB4-5

DIRECT SELECT TB1-7

DIGITAL SELECT (DSI) TB1-6

SPECIAL SELECT TB1-8

SEL RETURN (common) TB4-6

3.4.11 IMAGE SYSTEM

The “RF Adaptation Board” is the interface of the Generator with an Image
System and, if needed, with the Image Intensifier. (Refer to schematics in
Section 5.2 -- RF System).

FLUORO PULSES SYNCHRONISM

Fluoro pulses must be synchronized with the Vertical Synchronism of the


TV Camera. Connect the signals according to the following situations:

• If the Imaging System provides a Digital output signal for Vertical


Synchronism, connect it as “EXP SYNC+” to J2-4, its return as “EXP
SYNC--” to J2-9, and set Jumper JP19 in C position, on the
“RF Adaptation Board”.

• If the Imaging System does not provide the Vertical Synchronism signal,
connect the Video Cables as indicated below:

VIDEO CABLES OF IMAGING SYSTEM CONNECTION ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD

FROM IMAGING SYSTEM CONTROL VID IN (BNC)

TO TV MONITOR VID OUT (BNC)

-- Jumper JP19 in B position

Inserted = Connected
Jumper JP23 to connect or to isolate the shield
--
of the Video Cable (BNC) to Generator GND Removed = Isolated

Note . Some TV Monitors provide a Video output connector (BNC).


In this case, to avoid noises on the Image, connect directly:
-- The Video signal from the Imaging System to the Monitor
-- The Video output of the TV Monitor to the VID IN
of the “RF Adaptation Board”.
-- Set Jumper JP19 in B position.

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ABC INTERFACE

Connect the signals according to the following situations:

• If the Imaging System provides an ABC output signal proportional to the


brightness, connect the “ABC SIGNAL” to TB2-12, its return as “GND” to
TB2-14, set Jumper JP21 in B position and remove Jumper JP22, on the
“RF Adaptation Board”.

• If the Imaging System does not provide an ABC output signal


proportional to the brightness, connect Video Cables as indicated below:

VIDEO CABLES OF TV SYSTEM CONNECTION ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD

FROM IMAGING SYSTEM CONTROL VID IN (BNC)

TO TV MONITOR VID OUT (BNC)

-- Jumpers JP20 and JP21 in A position

-- Insert Jumper JP22

Inserted = Connected
Jumper JP23 to connect or to isolate the shield
--
of the Video Cable (BNC) to Generator GND Removed = Isolated

According to the type of “AEC Control Board” (A3012--xx) installed, check that
the ABC output signal is correctly routed between J3--9 on the “RF Adaptation
Board” and the terminal in the Generator Cabinet indicated in the table below
(for more details, refer to Section 5.2 -- RF System (IM-300)”.

RF ADAPTATION BOARD with AEC Control Board A3012--02 with AEC Control Board A3012--06/07

J3--9 (ABC OUT) 3TS1--51 (PT INPUT) 4TS3-18 (ABC OUT)

INTERFACE OF RF SYSTEMS

Additional Interface Schematics can be provided with this Service Manual


whenever the RF System is indicated in the Generator order. Perform all the
connections and set all the jumpers according to the respective interface as
detailed in each Schematic.

If Interface Schematics are not available, refer to the Manuals of the Image
System and Image Intensifier for the interface signals required as well as to
schematics in Section 5.2 -- RF System. Perform the connections as indicated
in the following points.

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Imaging System Interface

The “VIDEO UNBLANK” output is activated with RAD preparation (PREP


ACTIVE), the full Image Blanking on the TV Monitor is obtained. This prevents
a flash on the TV Monitor during radiographic exposures. The following
connection is provided through a “dry contact” (free of voltage):

SIGNALS TO IMAGING SYSTEM CONNECTION ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD

VIDEO UNBLANK TB2-10

VIDEO UNBLANK RETURN TB2-11

The “LAST IMAGE HOLD (LIH)” output is activated at the same time that the
X-rays are switched-off (Fluoro not active). The last full image is maintained on
the TV Monitor until the X-rays are switched-on again. Set Jumpers JP11 and
JP15 in B position for “LIH” function. The following connection is provided
through a “dry contact” (free of voltage):

SIGNALS TO IMAGING SYSTEM CONNECTION ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD

LAST IMAGE HOLD (LIH) TB2-8

LAST IMAGE HOLD RETURN (LIH RTN) TB2-9

It is recommended to connect the 24 VDC from the Imaging System to TB2-13


“LIH ENABLE” on the “RF Adaptation Board”.

Pulsed Fluoro at variable rate (a.e. from 30 PPS to 1 PPS) needs an interface
from the Generator to the Imaging System in order to freeze or capture a new
image. This interface is achieved with the connections indicated in the table
below, with each signal passing through the Open Collectors and Emitters to
Ground of the corresponding transistor.

SIGNALS FROM CONNECTION ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD


IMAGING SYSTEM
GENERATOR INPUT OUTPUT

MEMORY ENABLE J1-13 J2-8 VID MEM ENABLE --

-- 24 VDC J2-3 VID MEM ENABLE +

MEMORY GATE J1-14 J2-7 MAINGATE --

-- 24 VDC J2-2 MAINGATE +

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Image Intensifier Field Selection (Zoom)

Normally, the Image Intensifier Field Selections are connected directly from the
Table to the Image Intensifier. If the outputs from the Table are not compatible
with the inputs on the Image Intensifier, adapt these selections on the “RF
Adaptation Board” as indicated below:

CONNECTION ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD


SELECTIONS FROM TABLE IMAGE INTENSIFIER
INPUT OUTPUT

I.I. MINIMUM TB4-11 TB2-1 ZOOM 1

I.I. MEDIUM TB4-12 TB2-2 ZOOM 2

I.I. MAXIMUM TB4-13 TB2-3 ZOOM 3

-- TB4-20 (Generator GND) TB2-4 ZOOM COMMON

Set Jumpers JP5, JP6 and JP7 in B position

The Selections from the Table have to send Ground (from the Generator) when
they are activated. The outputs to the Image Intensifier (ZOOM 1, 2, 3) are sent
as “dry contacts” (free of voltage). The Common is sent as “ZOOM COMMON”.

TV MONITOR IMAGE REVERSE SELECTION

Image Reversal Selections are normally connected directly from the Table to
the Imaging System. If the outputs from the Table are not compatible with the
inputs on the Imaging System, adapt these selections on the “RF Adaptation
Board” as indicated below:

CONNECTION ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD


SELECTIONS FROM TABLE IMAGING SYSTEM
INPUT OUTPUT

HORZ REVERSE TB4-14 TB2-6 H REV

VERT REVERSE TB4-15 TB2-7 V REV

-- TB4-20 (Generator GND) TB2-5 REV COMMON

The Selections from the Table have to send Ground (from the Generator) when
they are activated. The outputs to the Image Intensifier (H REV and V REV) are
sent as “dry contacts” (free of voltage). The Common is sent as “REV
COMMON”.

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3.4.12 SPARE SIGNALS ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD

Note . If the RF System has been interfaced using Additional Interface


Schematics, some Spare signals may have already been used.

Spare Signals for direct connections:

SIGNAL NAME CONNECTIONS ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD

SPARE 1 J3-12 TB3-1

SPARE 2 J3-13 TB3-2

SPARE 3 J3-14 TB3-3

SPARE 4 J3-15 TB3-4

SPARE 5 J3-10 TB2-16

Spare Signals through Optocouplers, all inputs have to be 24 VDC:

CONNECTIONS ON RF ADAPTATION BOARD

INPUT OUTPUT

IN 1 TB4-16 OUT 1 TB2-17

IN 2 TB4-17 OUT 2 TB2-18

IN 3 TB4-18 OUT 3 TB2-19

IN 4 TB4-19 OUT 4 TB2-20

IN COMMON TB4-10 GND TB2-14

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SECTION 4 FINAL INSTALLATION AND CHECKS

4.1 HV TRANSFORMER

This point does not apply to the hermetic HV Transformers


(black aluminium HV Transformers).

Ventilation Screw
The HV Transformer contains “Shell Diala AX” oil. Check that there is no oil
leakage. If leakage is found, remove the oil fill plug from the top of the HV
Transformer and verify that the oil level is within 20 mm (3/4”) from the top of
the HV Transformer. Add “Shell Diala AX” oil if necessary.

Unscrew the Ventilation Screw from the top of the HV Transformer.

4.2 CABLE FASTENING AND COVERS

Note . Before re-installing cabinet covers, perform the rest of the required
Calibration procedures (i.e. AEC, Fluoro, ABC).

Check that all electrical connections are firm and secure. Cables should be
correctly routed. (Refer to Section 3.1)

In order to avoid signal interferences, it is strongly


recommended to fold and fasten close to the Generator
Cabinet the portion of cables not routed (see picture below).
Never wrap in circles.

YES NO

Re-install the Cabinet covers and connect its internal ground wires. Power line,
High Voltage and Interconnections cables must go through the cover cable
outlet.

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SECTION 5 SYSTEM INTERCONNECTIONS

5.1 SYSTEM INTERCONNECTION SIGNALS

All input signals are active low. This means the inputs must be pulled to ground
(chassis ground of the Generator) thru relay contacts, by a transistor or other
switching device. The current requirement of the switch is less than 10 mA.

Do not apply 115 / 220 VAC logic signals to any of the logic
inputs. If 115 / 220 VAC logic signals are used in the X-ray
table (i.e. fluoro command), these signals must be converted
to a contact closure by a relay.

The outputs signals from the Generator to the subsystem devices are usually
active low (switched to chassis ground of the Generator). The outputs are open
collector transistor drivers with a maximum current of 0.5 Amperes.

Table 5-1
System Interconnection Signals

SIGNAL NAME SIGNAL DESCRIPTION

This analog input is the output from the RF Adaptation Board or from Imaging System. A DC level signal is used for systems
ABC OUT that uses a Imaging Systems for the Brightness level. When a DC level is used, an input range of 0 to 10 volts is required. The
stabilized value of the input will be between 5 and 7 volts.

This signal selects the Fluoro operation mode: a low signal selects Automatic Brightness Control, a high signal selects Manual
--ABC
Mode.

This high going signal indicates the Actual Length Of Exposure. This signal is used to interface to some Spot Film system and is
ALOE
used to advance the Spot Film device to the next position when multi-exposures are made on the same film.

This low going signal indicates the Actual Length Of Exposure. This signal is used to interface to some Spot Film system and is
--ALOE
used to advance the Spot Film device to the next position when multi-exposures are made on the same film.

--AUTO OFF This signal only applies to Generator systems with the Stand-alone option.

AUX BUCKY SPLY External voltage supply required for the Bucky motion, when this voltage is not +24 VDC.

--BEEP A low signal energizes the Fluoro buzzer.

--BUCKY 1 DR CMD A low signal to the Interface Control Board as a command to output a Bucky-1 (normally the Table Bucky) drive signal.

--BUCKY 1 MOTION This low going signal from Bucky-1 indicates Bucky-1 motion, and therefore the exposure is enabled.

BUCKY 1 DR This signal is originated from the Bucky supply of the Power Module when an exposure order. It starts the Bucky.

--BUCKY 2 DR CMD A low signal to the Interface Control Board as a command to output a Bucky-2 (normally the Vertical Bucky Stand) drive signal.

--BUCKY 2 MOTION This low going signal from Bucky-2 indicates Bucky-2 in motion, and therefore the exposure is enabled.

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Table 5-1 (cont.)


System Interconnection Signals

SIGNAL NAME SIGNAL DESCRIPTION

BUCKY 2 DR This signal is originated from the Bucky supply of the Power Module when an exposure order. It starts the Bucky.

--BUCKY EXP This low going (0 volts) signal starts the Bucky exposure. The signal originates on the Interface Board

BUCKY SPLY Voltage supply required for the Bucky drive command.

CAM SYNC Sync. signal from Imaging System. This signal is used for timing in the Generator.

This signal interfaces to any Video Camera. A low signal tells the camera that the Generator is making a Fluoro exposure and
--CAM FL EXP
the Camera should unblank.

C--HT CLK Serial data clock to the HT Control Board. This clock synchronizes the C--HT DATA signal.

C--HT DATA Serial data to the HT Control Board. This data is synchronous with the C--HT CLK signal.

This active low signal indicates that NO EXPOSURE HOLD condition exists at the Collimator. This input is read only when the
--COLLIMATOR
Radiographic Tube is selected.

This low signal indicates that a Compression Device has been selected. This input changes the original density to the
--COMP
appropriate density for Compression selection.

--DOOR This low signal is the interlock for the Door of the X-ray room.

--DSI SEL This low going signal from a DSI device indicates that the DSI has been selected and will be used for the next exposure.

Low going Expose signal to the HT Control Board. If --PREP is low then a Spot Film or RAD exposure is made, else a Fluoro
--EXP
exposure is made.

FL DSI Sync. signal from the DSI device. This signal is used for timing in the Generator.

This is the EXPOSURE COMMAND input when the Tube-2 (Fluoro / Spot Film) is selected. If the --SF PREP input is open then
--FL EXP
a Fluoro exposure is started, and if the --SF PREP input is low then a Spot Film exposure is made.

--FLD1 DR A low signal to select the right field in the Ion Chamber.

--FLD2 DR A low signal to select the left field in the Ion Chamber.

--FLD3 DR A low signal to select the center field in the Ion Chamber.

--FT SW CMD This low going signal indicates the Fluoro exposure command. It is needed for Pulsed Fluoro at variable rate.

HT--C CLK Serial data clock from the HT Control Board. This clock synchronizes the HT--C DATA signal.

HT--C DAT Serial data from the HT Control Board. This data is synchronous with the HT--C CLK signal.

This signal is low when the switch in the high voltage transformer is in the RAD position. This is a safety interlock which
--HT INL
prevents an exposure if the high voltage switch (in the HV Transformer) is in the wrong position.

This analogic signal (originates in the optional AEC Control Board) controls the output of the HV Power Supply on the Interface
HV PT CRL
Control Board. +5 volts programs the output to be 0 volts, and 0 volts programs the output to approximately --1200 volts.

IC GND GND for the IC SPLY.

IC1 INPUT This input is the output of the Bucky 1 Ion Chamber (normally the Table Ion Chamber).

IC2 INPUT This input is the output of the Bucky 2 Ion Chamber (normally the Vertical Bucky Stand Ion Chamber).

IC3 INPUT This input is the output of the Spot Film Ion Chamber.

IC SPLY Power supply for the Ion Chamber. This output should be within the range of 500 to 800 volts.

--kV DWN A low signal is a command for the HT Control Board to drive the Fluoro kVp DOWN during a Fluoro exposure in ABC mode.

--kV UP A low signal is a command for the HT Control Board to drive the Fluoro kVp UP during a Fluoro exposure in ABC mode.

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Table 5-1 (cont.)


System Interconnection Signals

SIGNAL NAME SIGNAL DESCRIPTION

--LINE CONT A low signal energizes the main line contactor K5 in the Power Module.

Signal synchronous with the AC line. This signal originates in the Interface Board and is used to synchronize Fluoro exposures
LINE SYNC
with the AC line.

--MAG 1 A low signal selects Magnification-1 mode on the Image Tube.

--MAG 2 A low signal selects Magnification-2 mode on the Image Tube.

--MEM EN A low signal enables a frame grabber function in some Video Camera.

A low signal enables a record function in some Video Camera. Sometime it can be used to start a VCR or other recording
--MEM GATE
device not integrated into the Video Camera.

--NORM A low signal selects Normal mode on the Image Tube.

Commands to the HT Control Board to boost X-ray Tube Filament to the value of mA selected and to start the X-ray Tube Rotor
--PREP
is RAD Tube is selected.

This analog input is normally the output of the Photo Multiplier Tube in the Image System and is used for Automatic Brightness
Control. A DC level signal can be used for systems with solid state pick-up device or the TV Camera for the Brightness level.
PT INPUT
When a DC level is used, an input range of 0 to 10 volts is required. The stabilized value of the input will be between 5 and 7
volts.

PT SPLY Power supply output for the Photomultiplier. The level of this signal is controlled by the HV PT CRL.

This low going signal indicates the system is ready to make an exposure (Prep cycle complete). This signal is used to interface
--READY
to certain peripheral devices such as Film Changers, etc.

This low going signal indicates the X-ray preparation or exposure. This signal is used to interface to the Room X-ray warning
--ROOM LIGHT
light.

This low going signal from a Spot Film camera indicates that the Spot Film camera has been selected and will be used for the
--SFC
next exposure.

This low going signal indicates the system to boost the filament to the level required for the mA selected on the Control Console
--SF PREP
and prepares the system for a Spot Film. This input is read only when the Tube-2 (Fluoro / Spot Film) is selected.

--STRT DR A low signal to indicate the start of an exposure to the Ion Chamber.

--THERMOSTAT-1 This signal from X-ray Tube indicates the overheat of the Tube-1.

--THERMOSTAT-2 This signal from X-ray Tube indicates the overheat of the Tube-2.

Vertical Sync pulses from the TV Camera. In Fixed Rate Pulsed Fluoro the X-ray tube is pulsed at line rate. However, with the
V SYNC Variable Rate Pulsed Fluoroscopy option the X-ray tube is pulsed at rate selected by the operator, the rate is driven from the V
Sync signal (it is obtained by dividing the timing frequency of the V sync).

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5.2 SYSTEM INTERCONNECTION MAPS

Refer to the following maps for details of the wire connections.

SYSTEM INTERCONNECTION

• Compact / Compact-ESM Generators.


System Interconnection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54301045

• Serial Communication to Generator.


System Interconnection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54301052

• RS-232/422/485 Serial Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A6188--03

• PC / Serial Interface Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-036

• Metallic Case X-ray Tube Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54302035

• Earthing Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-103

STATOR INTERFACE

• Philips Tubes -- Stator Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-021

• Siemens Tubes -- Stator Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-024

ROOM LAMPS

• Room Warning Light Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-008

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BUCKYS

• Table Bucky Interface


(Liebel / Midwest / Ultravit / Dong-A) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-001

• Vertical Bucky Interface


(Liebel / Midwest / Ultravit / Dong-A) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-002

• Table Bucky Interface (Philips) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-005

• Vertical Bucky Interface (Philips) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-006

• Bucky TS Table Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-041

• Bucky VE/VT (Philips) Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-042

• US X-ray Bucky Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-045

AEC -- ION CHAMBERS

• AEC Compatibility for only one Ion Chamber . . . . . . . . . . I/F-003

• AEC -- VACUTEC / AID / COMET Compatibility


for more than one Ion Chamber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/M-015

• AEC -- Philips Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/M-014

• AEC -- GE Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/M-018

• AEC -- BVM Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/M-019

• AEC -- MEDYS Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/M-081

• AEC Adaptation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A3263--03

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RF SYSTEMS (RF TABLE / IMAGE SYSTEM)

• RF Adaptation Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A3514--04S

• RF Adaptation Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A3514--04

• ABC Interface (jumper setting) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IM--300

• Standard System with CC TV Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IM--302

• Evolution Table with Standard System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IM--312

PHOTOMULTIPLIER

• Photomultiplier Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I/F-011

• Photomultiplier Amplifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A3168--02

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FLUORO CPU BOARD CONNECTOR J1 / J10 TERMINAL BLOCK 3TS1
COMPACT GENERATOR CABINET
SIGNAL I/O PIN PIN I/O SIGNAL
--4 IN SEL O 1 1 O SUPPLY (BUCKY 1)
--9 IN SEL O 2 2 O BUCKY SPLY 1 FOR GENERATORS
CONNECTOR J4 +12 VDC O 3 3 O 0 VAC (BUCKY 1) LINE POWERED
V SYNC I 4 4 O BUCKY 1 DR
SIGNAL I/O PIN TO LINE
} VOLTAGE
--FT SW CMD I 5 5 I --BUCKY 1 MOT L1
C--FL DAT I 1 L2/N
FL START O 6 6 I BUCKY 1 MOT RTN
GND I/O 2 BREAKER
--CAM FL EXP O 3 --CAM FL EXP O 7 FLUORO CABLE 7 O GND L3
N.U. 8 8 O SUPPLY (BUCKY 2)
C--FL CLK I 4 ADAPTATIONS 9 O BUCKY SPLY 2
GND TO EARTH GROUND
FL--C DAT O 5 --ABS O 9
GND I/O 6 --6 IN SEL O 10 BOARDS 10 O 0 VAC (BUCKY 2) L3 only for Three Phase
BEEP O 11 11 O BUCKY 2 DR
FL--C CLK O 7
GND O 12 12 I --BUCKY 2 MOT
CAM SYNC O 8
--MEM EN O 13 13 I BUCKY 2 MOT RTN
+12V ISO I 9 FOR GENERATORS
--MEM GATE O 14 14 O GND
N.U. 10 BATTERIES POWERED
N.U. 15 15 O +12V
16 O --12V 1TB1--LINE
17 O +24V UNR
L
} (Line
18 O GND 1
22 I --DOOR N 2
TO SOCKET
ATP CONSOLE BOARD 23 O DOOR RTN GND 3 Voltage)
24 O --ROOM LIGHT
26 O 220 VAC SW
FLUORO A.E.C.
27 O 115 VAC SW
AEC CABLE 36 O --SF PREP
CONNECTOR J4 CONNECTOR J5 NOTE.-- For Generator with DRAC :
37 O --FL EXP
SIGNAL I/O PIN SIGNAL I/O PIN 39 O PT SPLY The ROTOR TUBE connections
C--FL DAT O 1 IC1 INPUT I 1 42 O IC GND are made to TS2 on the DRAC
--CAM FL EXP I 2 IC3 INPUT I 2 47 O ROOM LIGHT SUP
FL--C DAT I 3 --FLD1 DR O 3 TERMINAL BLOCK
48 O ROOM LIGHT SW 4TS2 / 10TS2 / 11TS2
FL--C CLK I 4 --FLD3 DR O 4 51 I PT INPUT
SIGNAL I/O PIN TO ROTOR TUBE
+12V ISO I 5 GND O 5 52 O --ALOE
GND I/O 6 IC2 INPUT I 6 MAIN T1 O 1
53 O --READY
C--FL CLK I 7 IC4 INPUT I 7 AUX T1 O 2
54 O 220 VAC SPLY COM T1 O 3
GND I/O 8 --FLD2 DR O 8
CAM SYNC O 9 --STRT DR O 9 --THERMOSTAT 1 I 4
THERMOST. COMM. I 5
FAN 1 O 6
TOMO CABLE
0 VAC O 7
TERMINAL BLOCK 4TS3 GND O 8
NOTE : PIN I/O SIGNAL MAIN T2 O 9
TOMO INTERFACE Signal for Thermostats go to 4TS3 1 I --THERMOSTAT 1 AUX T2 O 10
and then to TS2 or go directly to TS2 2 I --THERMOSTAT 2 COM T2 O 11
CONNECTOR J13 CONNECTOR J2 depending on Generator model 3 I THERM. COMM --THERMOSTAT 2 I 12
SIGNAL I/O PIN SIGNAL I/O PIN 5 I TABLE ERROR 13
THERMOST. COMM. I
TIME1 I 1 --GEN OK O 1 7 I --SFC (--PT SEL) FAN 2 O 14
TIME2 I 2 --SFD SEL O 2 8 O ALOE 0 VAC O 15
TIME3 I 3 --THERMOSTAT 1 I 3
10 O --GEN OK GND O 16
TIME4 I 4 --SF PREP I 4
--PS (DSI) SEL I 5 GND (THERM. COM) I/O 5 11 O --SFD SEL
--CINE (DSA) SEL I 6 --COLLIMATOR I 6 12 O --DIRECT SEL NOTE :
--HCF SEL I 7 TABLE ERR(COMP) I 7 15 O EXP OK TS2--6 is GND when
SPARE IN I 8 --ROOM LIGHT O 8 16 O --ACT EXP TS2 only has 6 terminals.
--TOMO PREP O 9 --READY O 9 17 O --AUTO OFF
--TOMO EXP O 10 EXP OK O 10 18 I ABC OUT / --LEFT
TOMO ON O 11 ABC OUT/--LEFT O 11 19 I EXT SYNC(FL DSI)
EXT REF I 12 --DIRECT SEL O 12 20 I --COLLIMATOR
GND I/O 13 PT INPUT I 13
INTERFACE CABLE A I Foot Switch Cmd.
EXP STOP I 14 EXT SYNC (FL DSI) I 14 B GND CONNECTOR 6J2
--FS O 15 SPARE IN2 I 15 C O Prep/Rdy Acq Rad
--SFC (--PT SEL) I 16 PIN I/O SIGNAL
D I Boost Fluoro
1 O GND
--FL EXP I 17 E I Digital Exposure
2 O +12V UNR
GND (DOOR RTN) I/O 18
I 19 3 O +12VDC
--DOOR
--THERMOSTAT 2 I 20 4 I --PWR OFF
--AUTO OFF O 21 5 I --PWR ON
6 O GND
SPARE IN1 I 22
ALOE O 23 7 O GND
--ALOE O 24 8 O +12V UNR
--ACT EXP O 25 POWER CABLE 9 O --12VDC

CONNECTOR 6J3
NOTE -- For Serial Cabinet :
POWER COMMUNICATION PIN I/O SIGNAL -- the Interface cable connections are factory
1 O --EXP made to 3TS1, TS2 and 4TS3 terminal blocks.
CONNECTOR J1 CONNECTOR J3 2 O C--HT DAT -- 6J2 is not supplied, Power cable is directly
3 I HT--C DAT connected in factory to J1 of the ATP Console.
SIGNAL I/O PIN SIGNAL I/O PIN 4 O --PREP
GND UNR 1 -- 6J3 is not supplied, Power cable is directly
I --EXP O 1 5 O C--HT CLK
I 2 connected in factory to J3 of the ATP Console.
+12V UNR C--HT DAT O 2 6 I HT--C CLK
+12VDC I 3 HT--C DAT I 3
COMMUNICATION CABLE 7 O HV PT CRL
--PWR OFF O 4 --PREP O 4 8 O --KV DWN LOCKS BOARD
--PWR ON O 5 C--HT CLK O 5 9 I LINE SYNC TERMINAL BLOCK TB7
GND UNR I 6 HT--C CLK I 6 SIGNAL I/O PIN
10 O --LINE CONT
GND I 7 HV PT CRL O 7 24 VAC LAMP O 3
11 O --BUCKY 2 DR CMD
+12V UNR I 8 --KV DWN O 8 12 I --BUCKY EXP 0 VAC LAMP O 4 } COLLIMATOR LAMP
--12VDC I 9 LINE SYNC I 9 13 I --HT INL +24 VDC LOCKS O 5
--LINE CONT O 10
GND 14 O --BUCKY 1 DR CMD 0 VDC LOCKS O 6 LOCKS
--BUCKY 2 DR CMD O 11 15 O --KV UP
--BUCKY EXP I 12 GND CABLE STUD +24 VDC LOCKS O 7 (Table & Tube Stand)
16 O GND 0 VDC LOCKS O 8
--HT INL I 13
--BUCKY 1 DR CMD O 14
--KV UP O 15

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54301045
HAND--SWITCH (or VET PEDAL SWITCH) Adaptation Boards DWG:
CONNECTOR J15 E CN 04/032 F. GARCIA 26/04/04 DRAWING F. GARCIA 04/04/99
SIGNAL I/O PIN HAND--SWITCH 1/2
COM O 1 (or VET PEDAL SWITCH) D New interface F. GARCIA 08/01/02 REVISED A. DIAZ 28/01/00 F E D C B A REV
PREP I 2
EXP I 3
C New interface F. GARCIA 02/02/01
N.U. 4 GND
B CN 00/211 F. GARCIA 04/01/01
STUD
COMPACT / COMPACT-ESM GENERATORS
A New interface F. GARCIA 05/05/00 SEDECAL
SYSTEM INTERCONNECTION
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
NOTE.-- The Adaptation Boards are optional

GENERATOR CABINET
AEC
GENERATOR CABINET ADAPTATION BOARD
AEC
ADAPTATION BOARD (A3263--03)
(A3263--03) to J5 of ATP Console Board J4

3TS1
J1 to Ion Chamber #1
HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLY (if required)
to J5 of ATP Console Board J4 39
J1 to Ion Chamber #1

3TS1 TB1 J2 to Ion Chamber #2

16
--12V 2 RF ADAPTATION BOARD J2 to Ion Chamber #2
+12V (A3514--04) TB1
15 3
J3 to Ion Chamber #3 TB1
+24V UNR 9
17 4
--12V
3 2 J3 to Ion Chamber #3
18 GND 10
4 +12V 3
J5 to Ion Chamber #4
+24V UNR
5 4
J5 to Ion Chamber #4
NOTE 2 GND 10
Depending on the Ion Chamber,
make jumpers configuration and NOTE
interface as specific schematic IM-xxx
Depending on the Ion Chamber,
make jumpers configuration and
interface as specific schematic IM-xxx

TOMO / BUCKY
ADAPTATION BOARD
(A3261--03/05) TOMO / BUCKY
ADAPTATION BOARD
TB1 (A3261--03/05)
12 TB1

13
12

13

NOTE
Depending on the Tomo Device,
make jumpers configuration and NOTE
interface as specific schematic IM-xxx
Depending on the Tomo Device,
make jumpers configuration and
interface as specific schematic IM-xxx

Interconnection of Adaptation Boards Interconnection of Adaptation Boards


for a Generator without RF Adaptation Board for a Generator with RF Adaptation Board

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54301045
Adaptation Boards DWG:
E CN 04/032 F. GARCIA 26/04/04 DRAWING F. GARCIA 04/04/99
2/2
D New interface F. GARCIA 08/01/02 REVISED A. DIAZ 28/01/00 F E D C B A REV
C New interface F. GARCIA 02/02/01
B CN 00/211 F. GARCIA 04/01/01
SEDECAL COMPACT GENERATORS
A New interface F. GARCIA 05/05/00
SYSTEM INTERCONNECTION
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
SERIAL OPERATOR CONSOLE

Board
GENERATOR CABINET
J1
J1
+24 VDC UNR
1 1
3 PWR GND
CHASSIS GND 2
5
SPARE
3 NOTE: FOR GENERAL INTERCONNECTIONS REFER TO SCHEMATIC
7 4
9 RXD
5 54301045 (COMPACT / COMPACT-ESM GENERATORS)
11 PREP/EXP COMM
EXP ORDER 6
13 7
POWER ON
15 8
9
10
11
12
13
2 +24 VDC UNR
14
4 PWR GND
15
6 CHASSIS GND 16 SERIAL INTERCONNECTION CABLE FOR SERIAL CONSOLE (A7066--xx or A3149--01) CONNECTOR J5
8 SPARE 17 PIN I/O SIGNAL
TXD 1 I CTS ( RXD-- )
10 18
PREP ORDER 2 I RXD ( RXD+ )
12 19
14 POWER COMM 3 O TXD ( TXD+ )
POWER OFF 20
16 21 4 O RTS ( TXD-- )
22 5 SPARE PIN 5
23 6 O ACT EXP
24 7 O LOGIC GND
25 8 O CHASSIS GND
9 O CHASSIS GND
NOTES: 10 +12 VDC
RXD ON GENERATOR IS CONNECTED TO TXD ON SERIAL OPERATOR CONSOLE 11 --ALOE NOTE: REFER TO SCHEMATIC A6188--02 FOR
TXD ON GENERATOR IS CONNECTED TO RXD ON SERIAL OPERATOR CONSOLE 12 O PWR GND RS--232/422/485 SERIAL COMMUNICATION
13 O PWR GND
14 O PREP/EXP COMM
15 I EXP ORDER
TPC or PC INTERFACE BOX 16 I PREP ORDER
17 I/O POWER COMM
18 I POWER OFF
CONNECTOR J1 19 I POWER ON
SIGNAL I/O PIN 20 SPARE PIN 20
CTS ( RXD-- ) I 1 21 SPARE PIN 21
RXD ( RXD+ ) I 2 22 DOOR
TXD ( TXD+ ) O 3 23 DOOR RTN
RTS ( TXD-- ) O 4 24 O +24 VDC UNR
SPARE PIN 5 5 25 O +24 VDC UNR
ACT EXP O 6
LOGIC GND O 7 SERIAL INTERCONNECTION CABLE FOR TPC (A7067--xx or A3352--01)
CHASSIS GND O 8
CHASSIS GND O 9 SERIAL INTERCONNECTION CABLE FOR INTERFACE BOX (A3352--01)
+12 VDC 10
--ALOE 11
PWR GND O 12
PWR GND O 13
PREP/EXP COMM O 14
EXP ORDER I 15
PREP ORDER I 16
POWER COMM I/O 17
POWER OFF I 18
POWER ON I 19
SPARE PIN 20 20
SPARE PIN 21 21
DOOR 22
DOOR RTN 23
+24 VDC UNR O 24
+24 VDC UNR O 25

NOTES:

RXD AND TXD ARE INTERNALLY REVERSED IN TPC OR PC INTERFACE BOX


REFER TO SCHEMATICS I/F--036 FOR OTHER PC INTERFACE BOX CONNECTIONS

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DRAWING F. GARCIA 07/07/99
DWG:
54301052
1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 24/01/00 C B A REV
C NC 03 / 050 F. GARCIA 08/03/03
B New schematic F. GARCIA 08/01/02
SEDECAL SERIAL COMMUNICATION TO GENERATOR
A Connections F. GARCIA 02/02/01
SYSTEM INTERCONNECTION
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
ATP CONSOLE BD. ( Multilayer )
J5 HARNESS
J14 J5

J2 J1 1 14 PREP/EXP COMM
POWER CABLE PREP/EXP COMM
2 16
1 1 PREP ORDER PREP ORDER
GND GND 3 15
2 2 EXP ORDER EXP ORDER
+12V UNR +12V UNR 4 18
3 3 POWER OFF POWER OFF
+12V +12V 5 19 POWER ON
4 4 POWER ON
OFF OFF 6 17
5 5 POWER COMM POWER COMM
ON ON
6 6
GND GND
7 7 TS1
GND GND
8 8
+12V UNR +12V UNR 15 10
+12 VDC
9 9
--12V --12V 52 11 -- ALOE
12 PWR GND
COMMUNICATION 18 13
J3 CABLE J3 GND PWR GND
17 24 +24 VDC UNR
+24V UNR
--EXP 1 1 --EXP 25 +24 VDC UNR
C--HT DAT 2 2 C--HT DAT 22 22
DOOR
HT--C DAT 3 3 HT--C DAT RS--xxx 23 23 DOOR RTN
--PREP 4 4 --PREP J8 51 21
5 5 PT INPUT
C--HT CLK C--HT CLK
1 6
6 6 ACT EXP ACT EXP
HT--C CLK HT--C CLK 2
RXD+ 2 RXD+ ( RXD )
HV PT CRL 7 7 HV PT CRL 3 3 See Note
8 8 TXD+ TXD+ ( TXD )
--KV DWN --KV DWN 4 20
9 9 +5V
LINE SYNC LINE SYNC 5 7 LOGIC GND
10 10 GND
--LINE CONT --LINE CONT
6 5
11 11 --BUCKY 2 DR CMD
--BUCKY 2 DR CMD 7 4
12 12 TXD-- TXD--
--BUCKY EXP --BUCKY EXP 8 1
13 13 RXD-- RXD--
--HT INL --HT INL 9 8
14 14 CHASSIS GND
--BUCKY 1 DR CMD --BUCKY 1 DR CMD
9
15 15 CHASSIS GND
--KV UP --KV UP
/////
RS--232
J7
Note.-- Signals between ( ) when RS--232 Serial Communication
1
ACT EXP
2
RXD
3
TXD
4
DTR
5
GND
6
7
8
9

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING F. GARCIA 04/04/04
DWG:
A6188--03
1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 04/04/04 A REV

A CN 04/148 F. GARCIA 09/09/04 SEDECAL RS--232/422/485 SERIAL COMMUNICATION


REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
PC INTERFACE BOX
(A6509--01)
HAND--SWITCH
J1 J2 HANDSWITCH CABLE
(A3223--05)
14 1 PREP/EXP COMM

PREP ORDER
16 2

15 EXP ORDER
3

25 +24V UNR

13 PWR GND LAMP COMPUTER

CONNECTION AUTO ON/OFF


TO GENERATOR INTERFACE BOX--COMPUTER CABLE (A3179--01/02)
(A3363--01)
INTERFACE BOX CABLE 19 POWER ON J3 J1/J2
(A3352--01)
4 4

18 POWER OFF
J2
1 1
1
17 POWER COMM +12V
6 6 2
GND

5 COM 1
N.U.
RS232
2 TxD 3 3

3 RxD 2 2

7 GND 5 5

GND
21 //// STUD
PT INPUT

10 +12 VDC

11 --ALOE for external


connection
22 DOOR

23 DOOR RTN

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


I/F--036
DRAWING F. GARCIA 30/03/00
1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 30/03/00 C B A REV
C CN 04/148 F. GARCIA 10/09/04
B CN 03/050 F. GARCIA 09/05/03
A CN 00/148 F. GARCIA 07/07/00 SEDECAL PC/SERIAL INTERFACE
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
5 4 3 2 1

D D

Anode supply

Black
X-ray Tube
mA
mA -
C
Red C

Shunt

Shunt

mA +

B B

Cathode supply

A A

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING F. Díaz 11/02/03
54302035
1/1
REVISED A. Díaz 11/02/03 REV

SEDECAL METALLIC CASE X-RAY TUBE CONN.


REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
5 4 3 2 1
GENERATOR CABINET

(1) Central Ground


(5) (2) GND Stud
(6) (4)
(3) Cabinet Cover GND

ROOM (4) Back Panel GND


ELECTRICAL (7) (3)
CABINET (5) Front Panel GND

(6) Filter LF1 Cover GND

(7) Adaptations Panel GND

(8) Console GND (Bottom Panel)

(9) Console Support GND

(1) (10) Pedestal Tube GND


GND cable
(2)
( yellow/green, AWG #10 ) (11) Pedestal Cover GND

(12) GND STUD

(12) Note.-- (9) applicable only


GND for metallical Box Console
OPERATOR CONSOLE

HV TANK
GND cable
( yellow/green, AWG #10 )
See Note (8)
(9)

PEDESTAL
(Option)

(10)
(11)

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING F. GARCIA 30/06/04
I/F--103
1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 30/06/04 REV

SEDECAL EARTHING DIAGRAM


REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
STATOR ROTALIX 350/351 CONNECTIONS

100 200
AUXILIARY MAIN

1 2

2 3 4 3

4 5 6 5

6 7 8 7

9 10

COMMON

STATOR SUPER ROTALIX 350 CONNECTIONS

100 200
AUXILIARY MAIN

1 2

4 3 4 3

6 5 6 5

8 7 8 7

9 10

COMMON

NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection


DRAWING F. GARCIA 09/09/98 Interconexión I/F--021
1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 09/09/98 REV

SEDECAL PHILIPS TUBES--STATOR INTERFACE


REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
STATOR 100 CONNECTIONS ( BIANGULIX and OPTILILIX TUBES )

Estator 100
BIANGULIX and OPTILIX ( SIEMENS )

Output 0 Ia I Ib II
connector
AUXILIARY
COMMON

MAIN

Make Make
jumper jumper

NOTE
CONNECT THE STATOR CABLE AS SHOWN.
CHECK THE CABLE SUPPLIED WITH THE TUBE.

NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection


DRAWING F. GARCIA 09/09/98 Interconexión I/F--024
1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 09/09/98 REV

SEDECAL SIEMENS TUBES--STATOR INTERFACE


REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
Interconnection 1.-- For Generator Interface with control relay and externally powered

POWER TS1 X--RAY ROOM


MODULE
47
}
ROOM LIGHT SUP
115 / 220 VAC

48
ROOM LIGHT SW
ROOM
WARNING
LIGHT

Interconnection 2.-- For Generator Interface with control relay and internally powered

POWER TS1
MODULE X--RAY ROOM
115 or 220 VAC SW
*
add jumper
ROOM
47 WARNING
ROOM LIGHT SUP LIGHT
48
ROOM LIGHT SW

0 VAC
(in TS1-3 or TS1-10) *

* Select the power supply on TS1 according to the lamp voltage.


Add jumper to TS1-26 for 220 VAC or to TS1-27 for 115 VAC.

Interconnection 3,-- Additional option to meet some Local Electrical Codes

POWER
MODULE TS1
ROOM LIGHT SUP 47

Contact 7A 1/6HP
125, 250 V AC
3A 30 V DC
48
ROOM LIGHT SW

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


E I/F update F. GARCIA 20/06/04 DRAWING F. GARCIA 04/19/95
I/F--008
1/1
D I/F update F. GARCIA 02/02/02 REVISED A. DIAZ 04/19/95 E D C B A REV
C I/F changing F. GARCIA 05/05/99
B ROOM WARNING LIGHT INTERFACE
SEDECAL
TS1 changing F. GARCIA 24/05/96
A EMC F. GARCIA 29/03/96 INTERFAZ LAMPARA RAYOS--X SALA
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
TABLE GENERATOR POWER MODULE

BUCKY LIEBEL (Semi--Automatic)


INTERFACE PANEL
BUCKY MIDWEST
BUCKY INNOMED (IBC 430)

Interface Control Board

Semi--Automatic
Bucky +24 VDC
K4 BUCKY EXP

B1 BUCKY 1 MOTION TS1--5 J4--11


K2
EXP INT
B2 BUCKY 1 MOTION RTN TS1--6
+24 VDC
(SEE NOTE 1)
K2

B3 BUCKY 1 DR TS1--4 J4--8


BUCKY START
K2 BUCKY 1
(SEE DR CMD
NOTE 3) J4--9

R2

C2
B8 0 VAC TS1--3
0 VAC

ADD JUMPER
(SEE NOTE 2)
BUCKY SPLY
TS1--2
TS1--1 ADD JUMPER TO
B4 115/220 VAC
{ TS1--26
TS1--27 for 115 VAC
for 220 VAC
GND

NOTE 1: Be sure that B2 terminal is


not connected to B3 terminal.
NOTE 2: Select correct voltage in the
bucky according to AC input
NOTE 3: In the case of noise due to Bucky, add R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%; and
C2=470 nF, 250 VAC as shown.
Don’t add that R2--C2 for Liebel--Flarsheim 8000 Series Bucky, and
remove resistor R36 and R37 in the INTERFACE CONTROL board.

NOTA 1: Asegurarse que el terminal


B2 no está conectado al B3.
NOTA 2: Seleccionar la tensión del
bucky según la entrada AC
NOTA 3: En caso de ruidos debido al Bucky, añadir R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%, y
C2=470 nF, 250 VAC según se muestra.
Para Bucky Liebel--Flarsheim Series 8000, no añadir esa R2--C2, y quitar
las resistencias R36 y R37 en la tarjeta INTERFACE CONTROL.

7 Innomed added F. GARCIA 09/09/02 NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection Cable


6 see NC 98/060 F. GARCIA 06/06/98 DRAWING F. GARCIA 15/03/95 Cable de Inerconexión I/F--001
1/4
5 see NC 97/053 F. GARCIA 07/04/97 REVISED A. DIAZ 15/03/95 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 REV
4 R--C change F. GARCIA 10/02/97
3 R1--C1 added F. GARCIA 24/05/96 TABLE BUCKY INTERFACE
2 EMC F. GARCIA 29/03/96 SEDECAL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE INTERFAZ BUCKY MESA
TABLE GENERATOR POWER MODULE

BUCKY LIEBEL (Automatic) INTERFACE PANEL


BUCKY INNOMED (IBC 430)

Interface Control Board

Automatic
Bucky +24 VDC
K4 BUCKY EXP

B1 BUCKY 1 MOTION TS1--5 J4--11


K2
EXP INT
B2 BUCKY 1 MOTION RTN TS1--6
+24 VDC
(SEE NOTE 1)
K2

B3 BUCKY 1 DR TS1--4 J4--8


BUCKY START
K2 BUCKY 1
DR CMD
ADD J4--9
JUMPER

B8

(SEE TS1--3
(SEE NOTE 2) NOTE 3) 0 VAC

R2 ADD JUMPER
BUCKY SPLY
C2
TS1--2
ADD JUMPER TO
B4 115/220 VAC TS1--1
{ TS1--26
TS1--27 for 115 VAC
for 220 VAC
GND

NOTE 1: Be sure that B2 terminal is


not connected to B3 terminal.
NOTE 2: Select correct voltage in the
bucky according to AC input
NOTE 3: In the case of noise due to Bucky, add R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%; and
C2=470 nF, 250 VAC as shown.
Don’t add that R2--C2 for Liebel--Flarsheim 8000 Series Bucky, and
remove resistor R36 and R37 in the INTERFACE CONTROL board.

NOTA 1: Asegurarse que el terminal


B2 no está conectado al B3.
NOTA 2: Seleccionar la tensión del
bucky según la entrada AC
NOTA 3: En caso de ruidos debido al Bucky, añadir R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%, y
C2=470 nF, 250 VAC según se muestra.
Para Bucky Liebel--Flarsheim Series 8000, no añadir esa R2--C2, y quitar
las resistencias R36 y R37 en la tarjeta INTERFACE CONTROL.

7 Innomed added F. GARCIA 09/09/02 NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection Cable


6 see NC 98/060 F. GARCIA 06/06/98 DRAWING F. GARCIA 15/03/95 Cable de Inerconexión I/F--001
2/4
5 see NC 97/053 F. GARCIA 07/04/97 REVISED A. DIAZ 15/03/95 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 REV
4 R--C change F. GARCIA 10/02/97
3 R1--C1 added F. GARCIA 24/05/96 TABLE BUCKY INTERFACE
2 EMC F. GARCIA 29/03/96 SEDECAL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE INTERFAZ BUCKY MESA
TABLE GENERATOR POWER MODULE

BUCKY ULTRAVIT INTERFACE PANEL

Interface Control Board

BUCKY +24 VDC


K4 BUCKY EXP

1 BUCKY 1 MOTION TS1--5 J4--11


K2
EXP INT
2 BUCKY 1 MOTION RTN TS1--6
+24 VDC
(SEE NOTE 1)
K2

4 BUCKY 1 DR TS1--4 J4--8


BUCKY START
K2 BUCKY 1
(SEE
DR CMD
NOTE 3)
J4--9
R2

C2
7 0 VAC TS1--3
0 VAC

ADD JUMPER
(SEE NOTE 2)
BUCKY SPLY
TS1--2
5
ADD ADD JUMPER TO
8 JUMPER 115/220 VAC TS1--1
{ TS1--27 for 115 VAC
TS1--26 for 220 VAC
GND

NOTE 1: Be sure that 2 terminal is


not connected to 4 terminal.
NOTE 2: Select correct voltage in the
bucky according to AC input
NOTE 3: In the case of noise due to Bucky, add R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%;
and C2=470 nF, 250 VAC as shown.

NOTA 1: Asegurarse que el terminal 2


no está conectado al 4.
NOTA 2: Seleccionar la tensión del
bucky según la entrada AC

NOTA 3: En caso de ruidos debido al Bucky, añadir R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%;
y C2=470 nF, 250 VAC según se muestra.

7 Innomed added F. GARCIA 09/09/02 NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection Cable


6 see NC 98/060 F. GARCIA 06/06/98 DRAWING F. GARCIA 15/03/95 Cable de Inerconexión I/F--001
3/4
5 see NC 97/053 F. GARCIA 07/04/97 REVISED A. DIAZ 15/03/95 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 REV
4 R--C change F. GARCIA 10/02/97
3 R1--C1 added F. GARCIA 24/05/96 TABLE BUCKY INTERFACE
2 EMC F. GARCIA 29/03/96 SEDECAL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE INTERFAZ BUCKY MESA
TABLE GENERATOR POWER MODULE

BUCKY DONG--A INTERFACE PANEL

Interface Control Board

BUCKY +24 VDC


K4 BUCKY EXP

5 BUCKY 1 MOTION TS1--5 J4--11


K2
EXP INT
6 BUCKY 1 MOTION RTN TS1--6
+24 VDC
(SEE NOTE 1)
K2

4 BUCKY 1 DR TS1--4 J4--8


BUCKY START
K2 BUCKY 1
(SEE
DR CMD
NOTE 3)
J4--9
R2

C2
2 0 VAC TS1--3
0 VAC

ADD JUMPER
(SEE NOTE 2)
BUCKY SPLY
TS1--2
3
ADD ADD JUMPER TO
1 JUMPER 115/220 VAC TS1--1
{ TS1--26
TS1--27 for 115 VAC
for 220 VAC
7 GND

NOTE 1: Be sure that 6 terminal is


not connected to 4 terminal.
NOTE 2: Select correct voltage in the
bucky according to AC input
NOTE 3: In the case of noise due to Bucky, add R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%;
and C2=470 nF, 250 VAC as shown.

NOTA 1: Asegurarse que el terminal 6


no está conectado al 4.
NOTA 2: Seleccionar la tensión del
bucky según la entrada AC
NOTA 3: En caso de ruidos debido al Bucky, añadir R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%;
y C2=470 nF, 250 VAC según se muestra.

7 Innomed added F. GARCIA 09/09/02 NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection Cable


6 see NC 98/060 F. GARCIA 06/06/98 DRAWING F. GARCIA 15/03/95 Cable de Inerconexión I/F--001
4/4
5 see NC 97/053 F. GARCIA 07/04/97 REVISED A. DIAZ 15/03/95 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 REV
4 R--C change F. GARCIA 10/02/97
3 R1--C1 added F. GARCIA 24/05/96 TABLE BUCKY INTERFACE
2 EMC F. GARCIA 29/03/96 SEDECAL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE INTERFAZ BUCKY MESA
VERTICAL BUCKY GENERATOR POWER MODULE

BUCKY LIEBEL (Semi--Automatic) INTERFACE PANEL


BUCKY MIDWEST
BUCKY INNOMED (IBC 430)

Interface Control Board

Semi--Automatic
Bucky +24 VDC
K4 BUCKY EXP

B1 BUCKY 2 MOTION TS1--12 J4--10


K3
EXP INT
B2 BUCKY 2 MOTION RTN TS1--13
+24 VDC
(SEE NOTE 1)
K3

B3 BUCKY 2 DR TS1--11 J4--7


BUCKY START
K3 BUCKY 2
(SEE DR CMD
NOTE 3) J4--9

R2

B8 C2 0 VAC TS1--10
0 VAC

ADD JUMPER
(SEE NOTE 2)
BUCKY SPLY
TS1--9
ADD JUMPER TO
B4 115/220 VAC TS1--8
{ TS1--27 for 115 VAC
TS1--26 for 220 VAC
GND

NOTE 1: Be sure that B2 terminal is


not connected to B3 terminal.
NOTE 2: Select correct voltage in the
bucky according to AC input

NOTE 3: In the case of noise due to Bucky, add R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%; and
C2=470 nF, 250 VAC as shown.
Don’t add that R2--C2 for Liebel--Flarsheim 8000 Series Bucky, and
remove resistor R36 and R37 in the INTERFACE CONTROL board.

NOTA 1: Asegurarse que el terminal


B2 no está conectado al B3.
NOTA 2: Seleccionar la tensión del
bucky según la entrada AC
NOTA 3: En caso de ruidos debido al Bucky, añadir R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%, y
C2=470 nF, 250 VAC según se muestra.
Para Bucky Liebel--Flarsheim Series 8000, no añadir esa R2--C2, y quitar
las resistencias R36 y R37 en la tarjeta INTERFACE CONTROL.

7 Innomed added NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection Cable


6 see NC 98/060
F. GARCIA
F. GARCIA
09/09/02
06/06/98 DRAWING F. GARCIA 15/03/95 Cable de Inerconexión I/F--002
1/4
5 see NC 97/053 F. GARCIA 07/04/97 REVISED A. DIAZ 15/03/95 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 REV
4 R--C change F. GARCIA 10/02/97
3 R1--C1 added F. GARCIA 24/05/96 VERTICAL BUCKY INTERFACE
2 EMC F. GARCIA 29/03/96 SEDECAL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE INTERFAZ BUCKY VERTICAL
VERTICAL BUCKY GENERATOR POWER MODULE

BUCKY LIEBEL (Automatic) INTERFACE PANEL


BUCKY INNOMED (IBC 430)

Interface Control Board

Automatic
Bucky +24 VDC
K4 BUCKY EXP

B1 BUCKY 2 MOTION TS1--12 J4--10


K3
EXP INT
B2 BUCKY 2 MOTION RTN TS1--13
+24 VDC
(SEE NOTE 1)
K3

B3 BUCKY 2 DR TS1--11 J4--7


BUCKY START
K3 BUCKY 2
DR CMD
ADD J4--9
JUMPER
B8

TS1--10
(SEE 0 VAC
(SEE NOTE 2) NOTE 3)
R2 ADD JUMPER
BUCKY SPLY
C2 TS1--9

TS1--8 ADD JUMPER TO


B4 115/220 VAC
{ TS1--26
TS1--27 for 115 VAC
for 220 VAC
GND

NOTE 1: Be sure that B2 terminal is


not connected to B3 terminal.
NOTE 2: Select correct voltage in the
bucky according to AC input
NOTE 3: In the case of noise due to Bucky, add R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%; and
C2=470 nF, 250 VAC as shown.
Don’t add that R2--C2 for Liebel--Flarsheim 8000 Series Bucky, and
remove resistor R36 and R37 in the INTERFACE CONTROL board.

NOTA 1: Asegurarse que el terminal


B2 no está conectado al B3.
NOTA 2: Seleccionar la tensión del
bucky según la entrada AC
NOTA 3: En caso de ruidos debido al Bucky, añadir R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%, y
C2=470 nF, 250 VAC según se muestra.
Para Bucky Liebel--Flarsheim Series 8000, no añadir esa R2--C2, y quitar
las resistencias R36 y R37 en la tarjeta INTERFACE CONTROL.

7 Innomed added F. GARCIA 09/09/02 NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection Cable


6 see NC 98/060 F. GARCIA 06/06/98 DRAWING F. GARCIA 15/03/95 Cable de Inerconexión I/F--002
2/4
5 see NC 97/053 F. GARCIA 07/04/97 REVISED A. DIAZ 15/03/95 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 REV
4 R--C change F. GARCIA 10/02/97
3 R1--C1 added F. GARCIA 24/05/96 VERTICAL BUCKY INTERFACE
2 EMC F. GARCIA 29/03/96 SEDECAL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE INTERFAZ BUCKY VERTICAL
VERTICAL BUCKY GENERATOR POWER MODULE

BUCKY ULTRAVIT INTERFACE PANEL

Interface Control Board

BUCKY +24 VDC


K4 BUCKY EXP

1 BUCKY 2 MOTION TS1--12 J4--10


K3
EXP INT
2 BUCKY 2 MOTION RTN TS1--13
+24 VDC
(SEE NOTE 1)
K3

4 BUCKY 2 DR TS1--11 J4--7


BUCKY START
K3 BUCKY 2
(SEE DR CMD
NOTE 3)
J4--9
R2

C2
7 0 VAC TS1--10
0 VAC

ADD JUMPER
(SEE NOTE 2)
BUCKY SPLY
5 TS1--9
ADD ADD JUMPER TO
8 JUMPER 115/220 VAC TS1--8
{ TS1--26
TS1--27 for 115 VAC
for 220 VAC
GND

NOTE 1: Be sure that 2 terminal is


not connected to 4 terminal.
NOTE 2: Select correct voltage in the
bucky according to AC input
NOTE 3: In the case of noise due to Bucky, add R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%;
and C2=470 nF, 250 VAC as shown.

NOTA 1: Asegurarse que el terminal 2


no está conectado al 4.
NOTA 2: Seleccionar la tensión del
bucky según la entrada AC
NOTA 3: En caso de ruidos debido al Bucky, añadir R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%;
y C2=470 nF, 250 VAC según se muestra.

7 Innomed added F. GARCIA 09/09/02 NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection Cable


6 see NC 98/060 F. GARCIA 06/06/98 DRAWING F. GARCIA 15/03/95 Cable de Inerconexión I/F--002
3/4
5 see NC 97/053 F. GARCIA 07/04/97 REVISED A. DIAZ 15/03/95 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 REV
4 R--C change F. GARCIA 10/02/97
3 R1--C1 added F. GARCIA 24/05/96 VERTICAL BUCKY INTERFACE
2 EMC F. GARCIA 29/03/96 SEDECAL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE INTERFAZ BUCKY VERTICAL
VERTICAL BUCKY GENERATOR POWER MODULE

BUCKY DONG--A INTERFACE PANEL

Interface Control Board

BUCKY +24 VDC


K4 BUCKY EXP

5 BUCKY 2 MOTION TS1--12 J4--10


K3
EXP INT
6 BUCKY 2 MOTION RTN TS1--13
+24 VDC
(SEE NOTE 1)
K3

4 BUCKY 2 DR TS1--11 J4--7


BUCKY START
K3 BUCKY 2
(SEE
DR CMD
NOTE 3)
J4--9
R2

C2
2 0 VAC TS1--10
0 VAC

ADD JUMPER
(SEE NOTE 2)
BUCKY SPLY
3 TS1--9
ADD ADD JUMPER TO
1 JUMPER 115/220 VAC TS1--8
{ TS1--26
TS1--27 for 115 VAC
for 220 VAC
7 GND

NOTE 1: Be sure that 6 terminal is


not connected to 4 terminal.
NOTE 2: Select correct voltage in the
bucky according to AC input

NOTE 3: In the case of noise due to Bucky, add R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%;
and C2=470 nF, 250 VAC as shown.

NOTA 1: Asegurarse que el terminal 6


no está conectado al 4.
NOTA 2: Seleccionar la tensión del
bucky según la entrada AC

NOTA 3: En caso de ruidos debido al Bucky, añadir R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%;
y C2=470 nF, 250 VAC según se muestra.

7 Innomed added F. GARCIA 09/09/02 NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection Cable


6 see NC 98/060 F. GARCIA 06/06/98 DRAWING F. GARCIA 15/03/95 Cable de Inerconexión I/F--002
4/4
5 see NC 97/053 F. GARCIA 07/04/97 REVISED A. DIAZ 15/03/95 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 REV
4 R--C change F. GARCIA 10/02/97
3 R1--C1 added F. GARCIA 24/05/96 VERTICAL BUCKY INTERFACE
2 EMC F. GARCIA 29/03/96 SEDECAL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE INTERFAZ BUCKY VERTICAL
TABLE GENERATOR POWER MODULE

PHILIPS INTERFACE PANEL

CONVENTIONAL Interface Control Board


BUCKY CHASSIS GND
+24 VDC
K4 BUCKY EXP

11 X1:2 BUCKY 1 MOTION TS1--5 J4--11


K1 K2
SYNC
TS1--6
+24 VDC
add
jumper K2

TS1--2 J4--9
10 X1:3 BUCKY 1
K2
DR CMD
add
jumper
9 X1:4 BUCKY 1 DR TS1--4 J4--8

release
bucky Optocoupler
8 X1:6

add
jumper
5 X1:1 +24 VDC
+24 V
TS1--7

1 X1:5 0 VDC
0V

Note.-- Occasionally, the +24 V supply could be obtained


from TS1 interface of the Generator Power Module
cabinet ( see +24V UNR output terminal )

24 V SUPPLY

+24 VDC
0 VDC
See Note

NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection Cable


DRAWING F. GARCIA 22/04/97 Cable de Inerconexión I/F--005
1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 22/04/97 REV

TABLE BUCKY INTERFACE


SEDECAL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE INTERFAZ BUCKY MESA
VERTICAL BUCKY GENERATOR POWER MODULE

PHILIPS INTERFACE PANEL

CONVENTIONAL Interface Control Board


BUCKY CHASSIS GND
+24 VDC
K4 BUCKY EXP

11 X1:2 BUCKY 2 MOTION TS1--12 J4--10


K1 K3
SYNC
TS1--13
+24 VDC
add
jumper K3

TS1--9 J4--9
10 X1:3 BUCKY 2
K3
DR CMD
add
jumper
9 X1:4 BUCKY 2 DR TS1--11 J4--7

release
bucky Optocoupler
8 X1:6

add
jumper
5 X1:1 +24 VDC
+24 V
TS1--14

1 X1:5 0 VDC
0V

Note.-- Occasionally, the +24 V supply could be obtained


from TS1 interface of the Generator Power Module
cabinet ( see +24V UNR output terminal )

24 V SUPPLY

+24 VDC
0 VDC See Note

NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection Cable


DRAWING F. GARCIA 22/04/97 Cable de Inerconexión I/F--006
1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 22/04/97 REV

VERTICAL BUCKY INTERFACE


SEDECAL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE INTERFAZ BUCKY VERTICAL
F E D C B A

4 4

TS1
17 +24VDC X1:4 +26V XG X1:04
+24V XG
H16 +24V XG
18 GND X1:7 GND XG X1:07

+24V XG +5V

L5
X1:5 RG DV X1:05 ACTIVE
H15
X3:1 X2:1 D2
+24V XG +24V
3 3A2 Interface Control
X3:5 X2:5 DC/DC +15V 3
+24V
+24VDC X26

J3 J3--B
D5
J4 Y1
K2 IC2 X27
14 Bucky 1 DR CMD 8 12
X3:6 X2:6 START timer
7
+24V XG 2s T3

12 Bucky Exp 6 6 J4 +24V XG +5V OC1


X3:4 X2:4
K4 9 2

L7
Modul 1A
K2 JP4
8 Bucky 1 DR 4 RQ XG EX 1 X1:2 RQ XG EX X1:02 X3:3 X2:3
ATP Console Modul 6 H12
XG RD EX 4 5
+24VDC RY1
3 SYNC
K4 JP5
K2 Bucky 1 MOTION XG RD EX 1
11 5 X1:1 XG RD EX X1:01 X3:2 X2:2

2 2
SZ1 VA1
Modul 3 Modul 7 X1 table control bucky control
Power Cabinet Interface adaptation standard table
bucky DIAGNOST TS

1 1

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING F. GARCIA 25/09/00
DWG:
I/F -- 041
1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 25/09/00 REV

SEDECAL
Bucky TS Table (PHILIPS)
F
Interface Adaptation
E D REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
--FIELD SEL 3

F E D C B A

4 4

VP
TS1
17 +24VDC X3:4 +26V XG X1:1 X2:1 D2
3A2 Interface Control +24V

DC/DC +15V
18 GND X3:7 GND XG X1:5 X2:5

+24VDC

J3 J3--B J4 +24V
K3
11 Bucky 2 DR CMD 5 13
X26

7
D5 1

IC2 X27 Y1 2
12 Bucky Exp 6 6 J4
X1:6 X2:6 START timer
K4 9 9 2s T3

OC1
3 Modul 1A
K3
7 Bucky 2 DR 11 RQ XG EX 2 X3:2 X1:4 X2:4 3
ATP Console Modul 6
+24VDC X1:3 X2:3

4 5 RY1
K4 SYNC
K3 Bucky 2 MOTION 12
3
10 XG RD EX 2 X3:1 X1:2 X2:2

VA1
Modul 3 Modul 7 X3 bucky control
Power Cabinet Interface adaptation BWS
bucky DIAGNOST VE/VT

2 2

1 1

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING F. GARCIA 25/09/00
DWG:
I/F -- 042
1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 25/09/00 REV

SEDECAL
Bucky VE/VT (PHILIPS)
F
Interface Adaptation
E D REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
TABLE GENERATOR POWER MODULE

US X--RAY INTERFACE PANEL

Interface Control Board

Bucky
+24 VDC
K4 BUCKY EXP

3 BUCKY 1 MOTION TS1--5 J4--11


1
K2
EXP INT
4 BUCKY 1 MOTION RTN TS1--6
2 +24 VDC

K2

6 BUCKY 1 DR TS1--4 J4--8


BUCKY START 4
K2 BUCKY 1
SEE DR CMD
NOTE J4--9

R2

C2
9 0 VAC TS1--3
7 0 VAC
ADD JUMPER
BUCKY SPLY
7 220 VAC RELAY TS1--2
5
10 220 VAC TS1--26
8 220 VAC

1 GND

NOTE : In the case of noise due to Bucky, add R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%; and
C2=470 nF, 250 VAC as shown.

NOTA : En caso de ruidos debido al Bucky, añadir R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%, y
C2=470 nF, 250 VAC según se muestra.

NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection Cable


DRAWING F. GARCIA 08/08/01 Cable de Inerconexión I/F--045
1/2
REVISED A. DIAZ 08/08/01 REV

SEDECAL US X--RAY BUCKY INTERFACE


REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
VERTICAL BUCKY GENERATOR POWER MODULE

US X--RAY INTERFACE PANEL

Interface Control Board

Bucky
+24 VDC
K4 BUCKY EXP

3 BUCKY 2 MOTION TS1--12 J4--10


1
K3
EXP INT
4 BUCKY 2 MOTION RTN TS1--13
2 +24 VDC

K3

6 BUCKY 2 DR TS1--11 J4--7


BUCKY START 4
K3 BUCKY 2
SEE DR CMD
NOTE J4--9

R2

C2
9 0 VAC TS1--10
7 0 VAC
ADD JUMPER
BUCKY SPLY
7 220 VAC RELAY TS1--9
5
10 220 VAC TS1--26
8 220 VAC

1 GND

NOTE : In the case of noise due to Bucky, add R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%; and
C2=470 nF, 250 VAC as shown.

NOTA : En caso de ruidos debido al Bucky, añadir R2=22 ohm, 1/2w, 5%, y
C2=470 nF, 250 VAC según se muestra.

NAME DATE SHEET / OF Interconnection Cable


DRAWING F. GARCIA 08/08/01 Cable de Inerconexión I/F--045
2/2
REVISED A. DIAZ 08/08/01 REV

SEDECAL US X--RAY BUCKY INTERFACE


REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
POWER TS1 power wires IC
MODULE
15 + +12 VDC 8
+12 V
16 --12 VDC 7
-- --12V

OPERATOR
CONSOLE control wires
J5

1K 1 IC1 INPUT 5
OUTPUT

22 3 LEFT ( --FLD1 DR ) 2
-- FIELD
SELECT 2

22 8 CENTER ( --FLD2 DR ) 3
-- FIELD
SELECT 1

22 4 RIGHT ( --FLD3 DR ) 6
-- FIELD
SELECT 3

22 9 -- STRT DR ( --RESET ) 4
-- RESET

5 GND 9
GND

Shield

2 IC3 INPUT ( For Ion Chamber 3 )


6 IC2 INPUT ( For Ion Chamber 2 ) } SEE NOTE 2

NOTE 1.-- CABLE COMPATIBLE FOR ONE ION CHAMBER ( STANDARD COMMUNICATION ).
THE CABLE HAS TWO SEPARATED PARTS : CONTROL AND POWER.

NOTE 2.-- THE A.E.C. CABLE IS FACTORY CONNECTED FOR ION CHAMBER 1 (J5--1). IF ION CHAMBER 2 OR ION
CHAMBER 3 IS USED, REMOVE THE CONNECTION TO J5--1 AND CONNECT TO J5--6 OR J5--2 RESPECTIVELY.

NOTE 3.-- THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN FIELD SELECTION AND AREA DEPENDS ON TYPE OF ION CHAMBER.
CHECK THAT THE FIELD SELECTION IN THE ION CHAMBER IS ACCORDING TO THE AREA SELECTION
ON THE OPERATOR CONSOLE.

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


E Notes F. GARCIA 24/05/96 DRAWING F. GARCIA 04/19/95
I/F--003
1/1
D EMC F. GARCIA 29/03/96 REVISED A. DIAZ 04/19/95 E D C B A REV
C s/NC 95/181 F. GARCIA 02/01/96 AEC COMPATIBILITY
B F. GARCIA 12/12/95 (for ONLY ONE IonChamber)
A s/NC 95/098 F. GARCIA 30/06/95 SEDECAL COMPATIBILIDAD AEC
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE (para SOLO UNA Cámara de Ionización)
GENERATOR
POWER
MODULE
TB1
AEC ADAPTATION BD. ( A3263–03 )
TS1 POWER INTERFACE Cable 9 ION CHAMBER #1
J1
42 1 1 ION CHAMBER Cable Preamplifier
IC GND 1

16 –12 VDC 2 7 –12 VDC 7

15 +12 VDC 3 8 +12 VDC 8


17 +24 VDC 4 9 GND 9

18 GND 8 5 IC1 OUTPUT 5


IC1 OUT
5 +12 VDC 3 CENTER AREA 3
FLD2–IC1
6 C1 C3 2 LEFT AREA 2
– 4 0.1 uF 100uF FLD1–IC1
7 U1 35V 6 RIGHT AREA 6
TP1 RP4 +12 VDC TP2 RP4 +12 VDC FLD3–IC1
jumper IC1 10K IC2 10K LF347
10 TP6 RP1 +12 VDC R12 R7 4 RESET 4
10K 5 6 RP3 3K01 1 2 RP3 3K01 + STRT–IC1
IC4 R6 11
10K 10K
5 6 RP2 3K01 R10 –9 R11 R9 – 13 R8 C2 C4 Screen
10K 1K U1 6 5 1K U1 2 1 1K –12 VDC 100uF
R4 – 6 R5
LF347 RP3
1K
RP3
0.1 uF
35V
CONSOLE 1K U1 6 5 1K 8 LF347
AEC INTERFACE Cable 10K 14 10K
J5 J4 LF347 RP2 C10 + 10
C9 + 12
+12 VDC TP5
7 10K 7 7 8 3 3 4 TP4 RP1
0.1 uF 0.1 uF
5 GND 5 C8 + 5 RP4 RP4
IC3 10K R1 GND
ION CHAMBER #2
0.1 uF 7 7 8 8 10K RP2 3K01 J2
4 10K 1 2
RP1 JP9 JP10 10K ION CHAMBER Cable Preamplifier
7 IC4 INPUT 7 8 10K B A
IC1 OUT
B A
IC2 OUT R3 – 2 R2 1 1
JP12 1K U1 2 1 1K
IC4 OUT –12 VDC
1 IC1 INPUT 1 B A LF347 RP2 7 7
1 10K –12 VDC
6 6 C7 + 3 +12 VDC
IC2 INPUT 0.1 uF 3 3 4 8 +12 VDC 8
RP1
2 IC3 INPUT 2 4 10K 9 9
JP11 GND
IC3 OUT
8 –FLD 2 DR 8 B A 5 IC1 OUTPUT 5
IC2 OUT
3 –FLD 1 DR 3 3 CENTER AREA 3
FLD2–IC2
4 –FLD 3 DR 4 2 LEFT AREA 2
FLD1–IC2
9 –STRT DR 9 6 RIGHT AREA 6
FLD3–IC2
Shield 4 RESET 4
K10 K6 K2 STRT–IC2
JP8 JP6 JP14 K15
A A Screen
C6 6 1 6 1 6 1 A 6 1
100uF B B B
35V CR2
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 13
FLD2–IC1 FLD2–IC2 FLD2–IC3 8
J3 ION CHAMBER #3
ION CHAMBER Cable Preamplifier
C5 1 1
K11 K7 K3 K14
0.1 uF JP4 JP2 JP16
A A 7 –12 VDC 7
6 1 6 1 6 1 A 6 1
B B B 8 +12 VDC 8
CR3
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 13 8 9
FLD1–IC1 FLD1–IC2 FLD1–IC3 9 GND
5 IC1 OUTPUT 5
IC3 OUT
K12 K8 K4 K13 3 CENTER AREA 3
JP7 JP5 JP15 FLD2–IC3
A A A 2
6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 LEFT AREA 2
B B B FLD1–IC3
CR4 6 RIGHT AREA 6
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 FLD3–IC3
FLD3–IC2 FLD3–IC3 13 8
FLD3–IC1 4 RESET 4
STRT–IC3
Screen
TP3 K9 K5 K1 K16
JP3 JP1 JP13
ST
A A 6 1 A
6 1 6 1 6 1
R13 B B B
10K CR1
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 J5 ION CHAMBER #4
STRT–IC1 STRT–IC2 STRT–IC3 13 8
1 ION CHAMBER Cable Preamplifier
1

7 –12 VDC 7

8 +12 VDC 8
9 GND 9

5 IC1 OUTPUT 5
IC4 OUT
JUMPERS JP9, JP10, JP11, JP12 Ion Chamber Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers 3 CENTER AREA 3
Type JP3,JP4,JP7,JP8 JP1,JP2,JP5,JP6 JP13, JP14, JP15, JP16 2 LEFT AREA 2
POS. A – NO OFFSET ADJUSTMENT
IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 B B B 6 6
POS. B – OFFSET ADJUSTMENT RIGHT AREA
4 RESET 4
IC1=IC2=IC3 B B A
Screen
IC1=IC2 B A A
/ / /
IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 A A A

NAME DATE SHEET / OF DWG:


Note.– Compatible interface with preamplifier for Ion Chamber types : DRAWING F. GARCIA 07/08/96
IM–015
1/1
– Expos–AID REVISED A. DIAZ 10/10/96 A REV
– Vacutec 70145/70151
– Comet Ion Chambers with PA–021 Preamplifier
A Version 03 F. GARCIA 10/10/99 SEDECAL AEC – AID / VACUTEC / COMET COMPATIBILITY
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
to +500 V CH ( Ion Chamber Preamplifiers 1, 2, 3, 4 )

GENERATOR
POWER Amplimat
MODULE Adaptation cable
TS1 POWER INTERFACE Cable TB1
AEC ADAPTATION BD. ( A3263--03 ) cable
39 +500 VDC 9 +500 V CH C
J1 8mm I.C.
42 1 N Amplifier
IC GND 1 0V
(1)
16 --12 VDC 2 7 --12 V P

15 +12 VDC 3 8 +12 V L

17 +24 VDC 4 9 0V RF J

18 GND 8 5 SIGN CH R
IC1 OUT
5 +12 VDC 3 FDC CH D
FLD2--IC1
jumper
6 C1 C3 2 FDL CH A
-- 4 0.1 uF 100uF FLD1--IC1
7 U1 35V 6 FDR CH H
TP1 RP4 +12 VDC TP2 RP4 +12 VDC FLD3--IC1
IC1 10K IC2 10K LF347 E
10 TP6 RP1 +12 VDC R12 R7 4 REL CH
10K 5 6 RP3 3K01 1 2 RP3 3K01 + 11 STRT--IC1
IC4 R6 10K 10K M
5 6 RP2 3K01 R10 -- 9 R11 R9 -- 13 R8 C2 C4 Screen
10K 1K U1 6 5 1K U1 2 1 1K --12 VDC 100uF
R4 -- 6 R5 RP3
1K
RP3
0.1 uF
35V
CONSOLE U1 6 5 1K LF347 LF347
AEC INTERFACE Cable 1K 8 10K 14 10K Adaptation
J5 J4 LF347 RP2 C10 + 10
C9 + 12
+12 VDC TP5
7 10K 7 7 8 3 3 4 TP4 RP1 cable
0.1 uF 0.1 uF
5 GND 5 C8 + 5 RP4 RP4
IC3 10K R1 GND C
0.1 uF 7 7 8 8 10K RP2 3K01 J2 +500 V CH
4 10K 1 2 8mm I.C.
RP1 JP9 JP10 10K
7 IC4 INPUT 7 8 10K B A
IC1 OUT
B A
IC2 OUT R3 -- 2 R2 1 0V N Amplifier
JP12 1K U1 2 1 1K
IC4 OUT --12 VDC
1 IC1 INPUT 1 B A LF347 RP2 P (2)
1 7 --12 V
10K
6 6 C7 + 3 +12 VDC
IC2 INPUT 0.1 uF 3 3 4 8 +12 V L
RP1
2 IC3 INPUT 2 4 10K 9 J
JP11 0V RF
IC3 OUT
8 --FLD 2 DR 8 B A 5 SIGN CH R
IC2 OUT
3 --FLD 1 DR 3 3 FDC CH D
FLD2--IC2
4 --FLD 3 DR 4 2 FDL CH A
FLD1--IC2
9 --STRT DR 9 6 H
FDR CH
FLD3--IC2
Shield 4 REL CH E
K10 K6 K2 STRT--IC2
JP8 JP6 JP14 K15
Screen M
C6 6 1 A A 6 1 A
6 1 6 1
100uF B B B Adaptation
35V CR2
1N4148 cable
13 8 13 8 13 8 13 8
FLD2--IC1 FLD2--IC2 FLD2--IC3 C
J3 +500 V CH
8mm I.C.
1 0V N Amplifier
C5
K11 K7 K3 K14
0.1 uF JP4 JP2 JP16 (3)
7 --12 V P
A A 6 1 A
6 1 6 1 6 1
B B B 8 +12 V L
CR3
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 13 8 J
FLD1--IC1 FLD1--IC2 FLD1--IC3 9 0V RF
5 SIGN CH R
IC3 OUT
K12 K8 K4 K13 3 FDC CH D
JP7 JP5 JP15 FLD2--IC3
A A A 2 A
6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 FDL CH
B B B FLD1--IC3
CR4 6 FDR CH H
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 FLD3--IC3
FLD3--IC2 FLD3--IC3 13 8
FLD3--IC1 4 REL CH E
STRT--IC3
Screen M
TP3 K9 K5 K1 K16
JP3 JP1 JP13
ST
A A 6 1 A Adaptation
6 1 6 1 6 1
B B B cable
R13
10K CR1 C
1N4148 J5 +500 V CH
13 8 STRT--IC1 13 8 13 8 STRT--IC3 13 8 8mm I.C.
STRT--IC2
1 0V N Amplifier

7 P (4)
--12 V
8 +12 V L
9 0V RF J

5 SIGN CH R
IC4 OUT
JUMPERS JP9, JP10, JP11, JP12 Ion Chamber Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers 3 FDC CH D

Type JP3,JP4,JP7,JP8 JP1,JP2,JP5,JP6 JP13, JP14, JP15, JP16 2 FDL CH A


POS. A -- NO OFFSET ADJUSTMENT
6
POS. B -- OFFSET ADJUSTMENT IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 B B B FDR CH H
4 REL CH E
IC1=IC2=IC3 B B A
Screen M
IC1=IC2 B A A
/ / /
IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 A A A

NOTE.-- Adaptation cable required A6727--XX

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


NOTE DRAWING F. GARCIA 09/09/98
DWG:
IM--014
Compatible interface with amplifier 1/2
REVISED A. DIAZ 09/09/98 C B A REV
of 8mm measuring chamber.
C I/F -- 2 sheets F. GARCIA 10/10/01
B Adaptation cable F. GARCIA 03/03/00 AEC--PHILIPS COMPATIBILITY
A VERSION 03 F. GARCIA 10/10/99 SEDECAL ( FOUR ION CHAMBERS )
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
to +500 V CH ( Ion Chamber Preamplifiers 1, 2, 3, 4 )

GENERATOR
POWER Amplimat
MODULE Adaptation cable
TS1 POWER INTERFACE Cable TB1
AEC ADAPTATION BD. ( A3263--03 ) cable
39 +500 VDC 9 +500 V CH 1
J1 8mm I.C.
42 1 13 Amplifier
IC GND 1 0V
(1)
16 --12 VDC 2 7 --12 V 6

15 +12 VDC 3 8 +12 V 5

17 +24 VDC 4 9 0V RF 8

18 GND 8 5 SIGN CH 7
IC1 OUT
5 +12 VDC 3 FDC CH 12
FLD2--IC1
jumper
6 C1 C3 2 FDL CH 11
-- 4 0.1 uF 100uF FLD1--IC1
7 U1 35V 6 FDR CH 3
TP1 RP4 +12 VDC TP2 RP4 +12 VDC FLD3--IC1
IC1 10K IC2 10K LF347 4
10 TP6 RP1 +12 VDC R12 R7 4 REL CH
10K 5 6 RP3 3K01 1 2 RP3 3K01 + 11 STRT--IC1
IC4 R6 10K 10K
5 6 RP2 3K01 R10 -- 9 R11 R9 -- 13 R8 C2 C4 Screen
10K 1K U1 6 5 1K U1 2 1 1K --12 VDC 100uF
R4 -- 6 R5 RP3
1K
RP3
0.1 uF
35V
CONSOLE U1 6 5 1K LF347 LF347
AEC INTERFACE Cable 1K 8 10K 14 10K Adaptation
J5 J4 LF347 RP2 C10 + 10
C9 + 12
+12 VDC TP5
7 10K 7 7 8 3 3 4 TP4 RP1 cable
0.1 uF 0.1 uF
5 GND 5 C8 + 5 RP4 RP4
IC3 10K R1 GND 1
0.1 uF 7 7 8 8 10K RP2 3K01 J2 +500 V CH
4 10K 1 2 8mm I.C.
RP1 JP9 JP10 10K
7 IC4 INPUT 7 8 10K B A
IC1 OUT
B A
IC2 OUT R3 -- 2 R2 1 0V 13 Amplifier
JP12 1K U1 2 1 1K
IC4 OUT --12 VDC
1 IC1 INPUT 1 B A LF347 RP2 6 (2)
1 7 --12 V
10K
6 6 C7 + 3 +12 VDC
IC2 INPUT 0.1 uF 3 3 4 8 +12 V 5
RP1
2 IC3 INPUT 2 4 10K 9 8
JP11 0V RF
IC3 OUT
8 --FLD 2 DR 8 B A 5 SIGN CH 7
IC2 OUT
3 --FLD 1 DR 3 3 FDC CH 12
FLD2--IC2
4 --FLD 3 DR 4 2 FDL CH 11
FLD1--IC2
9 --STRT DR 9 6 3
FDR CH
FLD3--IC2
Shield 4 REL CH 4
K10 K6 K2 STRT--IC2
JP8 JP6 JP14 K15
A A Screen
C6 6 1 6 1 6 1 A 6 1
100uF B B B Adaptation
35V CR2
1N4148 cable
13 8 13 8 13 8 13 8
FLD2--IC1 FLD2--IC2 FLD2--IC3 1
J3 +500 V CH
8mm I.C.
1 0V 13 Amplifier
C5
K11 K7 K3 K14
0.1 uF JP4 JP2 JP16 (3)
7 --12 V 6
A A 6 1 A
6 1 6 1 6 1
B B B 8 +12 V 5
CR3
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 13 8 8
FLD1--IC1 FLD1--IC2 FLD1--IC3 9 0V RF
5 SIGN CH 7
IC3 OUT
K12 K8 K4 K13 3 FDC CH 12
JP7 JP5 JP15 FLD2--IC3
A A A 2 11
6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 FDL CH
B B B FLD1--IC3
CR4 6 FDR CH 3
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 FLD3--IC3
FLD3--IC2 FLD3--IC3 13 8
FLD3--IC1 4 REL CH 4
STRT--IC3
Screen
TP3 K9 K5 K1 K16
JP3 JP1 JP13
ST
A A 6 1 A Adaptation
6 1 6 1 6 1
B B B cable
R13
10K CR1 1
1N4148 J5 +500 V CH
13 8 STRT--IC1 13 8 13 8 STRT--IC3 13 8 8mm I.C.
STRT--IC2
1 0V 13 Amplifier

7 6 (4)
--12 V
8 +12 V 5
9 0V RF 8

5 SIGN CH 7
IC4 OUT
JUMPERS JP9, JP10, JP11, JP12 Ion Chamber Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers 3 FDC CH 12

Type JP3,JP4,JP7,JP8 JP1,JP2,JP5,JP6 JP13, JP14, JP15, JP16 2 FDL CH 11


POS. A -- NO OFFSET ADJUSTMENT
6
POS. B -- OFFSET ADJUSTMENT IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 B B B FDR CH 3
4 REL CH 4
IC1=IC2=IC3 B B A
Screen
IC1=IC2 B A A
/ / /
IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 A A A

NOTE.-- Adaptation cable required A3080--XX

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


NOTE DRAWING F. GARCIA 09/09/98
DWG:
IM--014
Compatible interface with amplifier 2/2
REVISED A. DIAZ 09/09/98 C B A REV
of 8mm measuring chamber.
C I/F -- 2 sheets F. GARCIA 10/10/01
B Adaptation cable modified F. GARCIA 03/03/00 AEC--PHILIPS COMPATIBILITY
A VERSION 03 F. GARCIA 10/10/99 SEDECAL ( FOUR ION CHAMBERS )
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
to +300 VDC ( Ion Chamber Preamplifiers 1, 2, 3, 4 )

GENERATOR
POWER
MODULE TS1 POWER INTERFACE Cable GE--AEC Adaptation
TB1
AEC ADAPTATION BD. ( A3263--03 ) cable
39 +300 VDC ( see Note ) 9 +300 VDC R
J1 GE -- IC1
42 IC GND 1 1 RELAY RTN K Preamplifier

16 --12 VDC 2 7 --12 VDC F

15 +12 VDC 3 8 +12 VDC C

17 +24 VDC 4 9 GND L Connecting


cable
18 GND 8 5 IC1 OUTPUT B
IC1 OUT
5 +12 VDC 3 CENTER AREA D
jumper FLD2--IC1
6 C1 C3 2 LEFT AREA H
-- 4 0.1 uF 100uF FLD1--IC1
7 U1 35V 6 RIGHT AREA A
TP1 RP4 +12 VDC TP2 RP4 +12 VDC FLD3--IC1
IC1 10K IC2 10K LF347 J
10 TP6 RP1 +12 VDC R12 R7 4 SINT
10K 5 6 RP3 3K01 1 2 RP3 3K01 + STRT--IC1
IC4 R6 11
9 10K 13 10K E
5 6 RP2 3K01 R10 -- R11 R9 -- R8 C2 C4 Shield
10K 1K U1 6 5 1K U1 2 1 1K --12 VDC 100uF
R4 -- 6 R5
LF347 RP3
1K
RP3
0.1 uF
35V
CONSOLE 1K U1 6 5 1K 8 LF347
AEC INTERFACE Cable 10K 14 10K GE--AEC Adaptation
J5 J4 LF347 RP2 C10 + 10 C9 + 12 +12 VDC TP5
7 10K 7 7 8 3 3 4 TP4 RP1 cable
0.1 uF 0.1 uF
5 GND 5 C8 + 5 RP4 RP4
IC3 10K R1 GND R
0.1 uF 7 7 8 8 10K RP2 3K01 J2 +300 VDC
4 10K 1 2 GE -- IC2
RP1 JP9 JP10 10K
7 IC4 INPUT 7 8 10K B A
IC1 OUT
B A
IC2 OUT R3 -- 2 R2 1 RELAY RTN K Preamplifier
JP12 1K U1 2 1 1K
IC4 OUT --12 VDC
1 IC1 INPUT 1 B A LF347 RP2 7 F
1 10K --12 VDC
6 6 C7 + 3 +12 VDC
IC2 INPUT 0.1 uF 3 3 4 8 +12 VDC C
RP1
2 IC3 INPUT 2 4 10K 9 L
JP11 GND Connecting
IC3 OUT cable
8 --FLD 2 DR 8 B A 5 IC1 OUTPUT B
IC2 OUT
3 --FLD 1 DR 3 3 CENTER AREA D
FLD2--IC2
4 --FLD 3 DR 4 2 LEFT AREA H
FLD1--IC2
9 --STRT DR 9 6 A
RIGHT AREA
FLD3--IC2
Shield 4 SINT J
K10 K6 K2 STRT--IC2
JP8 JP6 JP14 K15
Shield E
C6 6 1 A A 6 1 A
6 1 6 1
100uF B B B GE--AEC Adaptation
35V CR2
1N4148 cable
13 8 13 8 13 8 13 8
FLD2--IC1 FLD2--IC2 FLD2--IC3 R
J3 +300 VDC
GE -- IC3
1 RELAY RTN K Preamplifier
C5
K11 K7 K3 K14
0.1 uF JP4 JP2 JP16
7 --12 VDC F
A A A
6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1
B B B 8 +12 VDC C
CR3
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 13 8 L
FLD1--IC1 FLD1--IC2 FLD1--IC3 9 GND Connecting
cable
5 IC1 OUTPUT B
IC3 OUT
K12 K8 K4 K13 3 CENTER AREA D
JP7 JP5 JP15 FLD2--IC3
A A A 2 H
6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 LEFT AREA
B B B FLD1--IC3
CR4 6 RIGHT AREA A
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 FLD3--IC3
FLD3--IC2 FLD3--IC3 13 8
FLD3--IC1 4 SINT J
STRT--IC3
Shield E
TP3 K9 K5 K1 K16
JP3 JP1 JP13
ST
A A 6 1 A GE--AEC Adaptation
6 1 6 1 6 1
B B B cable
R13
10K CR1 R
1N4148 J5 +300 VDC GE -- IC4
13 8 STRT--IC1 13 8 13 8 STRT--IC3 13 8
STRT--IC2
1 RELAY RTN K Preamplifier

7 --12 VDC F

8 +12 VDC C

9 GND L Connecting
cable
5 IC1 OUTPUT B
IC4 OUT
JUMPERS JP9, JP10, JP11, JP12 Ion Chamber Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers 3 CENTER AREA D

Type JP3,JP4,JP7,JP8 JP1,JP2,JP5,JP6 JP13, JP14, JP15, JP16 2 LEFT AREA H


POS. A -- NO OFFSET ADJUSTMENT
6 A
POS. B -- OFFSET ADJUSTMENT IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 B B B RIGHT AREA
4 SINT J
IC1=IC2=IC3 B B A
Shield E
IC1=IC2 B A A
/ / /
IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 A A A

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING F. GARCIA 10/10/97
DWG:
IM--018
1/1
NOTE : REVISED A. DIAZ 10/10/97 A REV
The +300 VDC only required for old GE Ion Chambers ( not generated on preamplifier board )

AEC -- GE COMPATIBILITY
A Version 03 F. GARCIA 10/10/99 SEDECAL ( FOUR ION CHAMBERS )
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
--FIELD SEL 3

to HV ( Ion Chamber Preamplifiers 1, 2, 3, 4 )

GENERATOR
POWER
MODULE TS1 POWER INTERFACE Cable BVM--AEC Adaptation
TB1
AEC ADAPTATION BD. ( A3263--03 ) cable
39 +224 VDC 9 HV P
J1 BVM -- IC1
42 IC GND 1 1 0 V ( Common ) E Preamplifier

16 --12 VDC 2 7 --V C

15 +12 VDC 3 8 +V A

17 +24 VDC 4 9 0V B Connecting


cable
18 GND 8 5 Vout D
IC1 OUT
5 +12 VDC 3 AREA 2 K
jumper FLD2--IC1
6 C1 C3 2 AREA 1 J
-- 4 0.1 uF 100uF FLD1--IC1
7 U1 35V 6 AREA 3 F
TP1 RP4 +12 VDC TP2 RP4 +12 VDC FLD3--IC1
IC1 10K IC2 10K LF347 H
10 TP6 RP1 +12 VDC R12 R7 4 SEXP
10K 5 6 RP3 3K01 1 2 RP3 3K01 + 11 STRT--IC1
IC4 R6 10K 10K
9 R
5 6 RP2 3K01 R10 -- R11 R9 -- 13 R8 C2 C4 Shield
10K 1K U1 6 5 1K U1 2 1 1K --12 VDC 100uF
R4 -- 6 R5 RP3
1K
RP3
0.1 uF
35V
CONSOLE U1 6 5 1K LF347 LF347
AEC INTERFACE Cable 1K 8 10K 14 10K BVM--AEC Adaptation
J5 J4 LF347 RP2 C10 + 10
C9 + 12
+12 VDC TP5 cable
7 10K 7 7 8 3 3 4 TP4 RP1
0.1 uF 0.1 uF
5 GND 5 C8 +5 RP4 RP4
IC3 10K R1 GND P
0.1 uF 7 7 8 RP2 3K01 J2 HV BVM -- IC2
8 10K 4 10K 1 2
RP1 JP9 JP10 10K
7 IC4 INPUT 7 8 10K B A
IC1 OUT
B A
IC2 OUT R3 -- 2 R2 1 0 V ( Common ) E Preamplifier
JP12 1K U1 2 1 1K
IC4 OUT --12 VDC
1 IC1 INPUT 1 B A LF347 RP2 7 C
1 10K --V
6 6 C7 +3 +12 VDC
IC2 INPUT 0.1 uF 3 3 4 8 +V A
RP1
2 IC3 INPUT 2 4 10K 9 B
JP11 0V Connecting
IC3 OUT cable
8 --FLD 2 DR 8 B A 5 Vout D
IC2 OUT
3 --FLD 1 DR 3 3 AREA 2 K
FLD2--IC2
4 --FLD 3 DR 4 2 AREA 1 J
FLD1--IC2
9 --STRT DR 9 6 F
AREA 3
FLD3--IC2
Shield 4 SEXP H
K10 K6 K2 STRT--IC2
JP8 JP6 JP14 K15
Shield R
C6 6 1 A A 6 1 A
6 1 6 1
100uF B B B BVM--AEC Adaptation
35V CR2
1N4148 cable
13 8 13 8 13 8 13 8
FLD2--IC1 FLD2--IC2 FLD2--IC3 P
J3 HV BVM -- IC3
1 0 V ( Common ) E Preamplifier
C5
K11 K7 K3 K14
0.1 uF JP4 JP2 JP16
7 --V C
A A 6 1 A
6 1 6 1 6 1
B B B 8 +V A
CR3
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 13 8 B
FLD1--IC1 FLD1--IC2 FLD1--IC3 9 0V Connecting
cable
5 Vout D
IC3 OUT
K12 K8 K4 K13 3 AREA 2 K
JP7 JP5 JP15 FLD2--IC3
A A A 2 J
6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 AREA 1
B B B FLD1--IC3
CR4 6 AREA 3 F
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 FLD3--IC3
FLD3--IC2 FLD3--IC3 13 8
FLD3--IC1 4 SEXP H
STRT--IC3
Shield R
TP3 K9 K5 K1 K16
JP3 JP1 JP13
ST
A A 6 1 A BVM--AEC Adaptation
6 1 6 1 6 1
B B cable
R13 B
10K CR1 P
1N4148 J5 HV BVM -- IC4
13 8 STRT--IC1 13 8 13 8 STRT--IC3 13 8
STRT--IC2
1 0 V ( Common ) E Preamplifier

7 --V C

8 +V A

9 0V B Connecting
cable
5 Vout D
IC4 OUT
JUMPERS JP9, JP10, JP11, JP12 Ion Chamber Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers 3 AREA 2 K

Type JP3,JP4,JP7,JP8 JP1,JP2,JP5,JP6 JP13, JP14, JP15, JP16 2 AREA 1 J


POS. A -- NO OFFSET ADJUSTMENT
6 F
POS. B -- OFFSET ADJUSTMENT IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 B B B AREA 3
4 SEXP H
IC1=IC2=IC3 B B A
Shield R
IC1=IC2 B A A
/ / /
IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 A A A

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING F. GARCIA 10/10/97
DWG:
IM--019
1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 10/10/97 A REV

AEC -- BVM COMPATIBILITY


A Version 03 F. GARCIA 10/10/99 SEDECAL ( FOUR ION CHAMBERS )
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
GENERATOR
POWER
MODULE MEDYS--AEC Adaptation
TB1
TS1
AEC ADAPTATION BD. ( A3263--03 ) cable
POWER INTERFACE Cable 9
J1
MEDYS
42 IC GND 1 1 COMM INTERFACE E
IC #1
16 --12 VDC 2 7 --12 VDC C

15 +12 VDC 3 8 +12 VDC A

17 +24 VDC 4 9 GND L,M,B Connecting


cable
18 GND 8 5 IC1 OUTPUT D
IC1 OUT
5 +12 VDC 3 CENTER AREA K
jumper FLD2--IC1
6 C1 C3 2 LEFT AREA J
-- 4 0.1 uF 100uF FLD1--IC1
7 U1 35V 6 RIGHT AREA F
TP1 RP4 +12 VDC TP2 RP4 +12 VDC FLD3--IC1
IC1 10K IC2 10K LF347 H
10 TP6 RP1 +12 VDC R12 R7 4 SINT
10K 5 6 RP3 3K01 1 2 RP3 3K01 + STRT--IC1
IC4 R6 11
9 10K 13 10K R
5 6 RP2 3K01 R10 -- R11 R9 -- R8 C2 C4 Shield
10K 1K U1 6 5 1K U1 2 1 1K --12 VDC 100uF
R4 -- 6 R5
LF347 RP3
1K
RP3
0.1 uF
35V
CONSOLE 1K U1 6 5 1K 8 LF347
AEC INTERFACE Cable 10K 14 10K MEDYS--AEC Adaptation
J5 J4 LF347 RP2 C10 + 10 C9 + 12 +12 VDC TP5
7 10K 7 7 8 3 3 4 TP4 RP1 cable
0.1 uF 0.1 uF
5 GND 5 C8 + 5 RP4 RP4
IC3 10K R1 GND
0.1 uF 7 7 8 8 10K RP2 3K01 J2
4 10K 1 2 MEDYS
RP1 JP9 JP10 10K
7 IC4 INPUT 7 8 10K B A
IC1 OUT
B A
IC2 OUT R3 -- 2 R2 1 COMM INTERFACE E
JP12 1K U1 2 1 1K IC #2
IC4 OUT --12 VDC
1 IC1 INPUT 1 B A LF347 RP2 7 C
1 10K --12 VDC
6 6 C7 + 3 +12 VDC
IC2 INPUT 0.1 uF 3 3 4 8 +12 VDC A
RP1
2 IC3 INPUT 2 4 10K 9 L,M,B
JP11 GND Connecting
IC3 OUT cable
8 --FLD 2 DR 8 B A 5 IC1 OUTPUT D
IC2 OUT
3 --FLD 1 DR 3 3 CENTER AREA K
FLD2--IC2
4 --FLD 3 DR 4 2 LEFT AREA J
FLD1--IC2
9 --STRT DR 9 6 F
RIGHT AREA
FLD3--IC2
Shield 4 SINT H
K10 K6 K2 STRT--IC2
JP8 JP6 JP14 K15
Shield R
C6 6 1 A A 6 1 A
6 1 6 1
100uF B B B MEDYS--AEC Adaptation
35V CR2
1N4148 cable
13 8 13 8 13 8 13 8
FLD2--IC1 FLD2--IC2 FLD2--IC3
J3
MEDYS
1 COMM INTERFACE E
C5
K11 K7 K3 K14 IC #3
0.1 uF JP4 JP2 JP16
7 --12 VDC C
A A A
6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1
B B B 8 +12 VDC A
CR3
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 13 8 L,M,B
FLD1--IC1 FLD1--IC2 FLD1--IC3 9 GND Connecting
cable
5 IC1 OUTPUT D
IC3 OUT
K12 K8 K4 K13 3 CENTER AREA K
JP7 JP5 JP15 FLD2--IC3
A A A 2 J
6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 LEFT AREA
B B B FLD1--IC3
CR4 6 RIGHT AREA F
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 FLD3--IC3
FLD3--IC2 FLD3--IC3 13 8
FLD3--IC1 4 SINT H
STRT--IC3
Shield R
TP3 K9 K5 K1 K16
JP3 JP1 JP13
ST
A A 6 1 A MEDYS--AEC Adaptation
6 1 6 1 6 1
B B B cable
R13
10K CR1
1N4148 13 8 13 8 13 8 J5
STRT--IC1 STRT--IC2 STRT--IC3 13 8 MEDYS
1 COMM INTERFACE E
IC #4
7 --12 VDC C

8 +12 VDC A

9 GND L,M,B Connecting


cable
5 IC1 OUTPUT D
IC4 OUT
JUMPERS JP9, JP10, JP11, JP12 Ion Chamber Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers 3 CENTER AREA K

Type JP3,JP4,JP7,JP8 JP1,JP2,JP5,JP6 JP13, JP14, JP15, JP16 2 LEFT AREA J


POS. A -- NO OFFSET ADJUSTMENT
6 F
POS. B -- OFFSET ADJUSTMENT IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 B B B RIGHT AREA
4 SINT H
IC1=IC2=IC3 B B A
Shield R
IC1=IC2 B A A
/ / /
IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 A A A

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING F. GARCIA 08/08/01
DWG:
IM--081
1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 10/10/01 A REV

A CN 03/211 F. García 09/12/03 SEDECAL MEDYS ION CHAMBER ADAPTATION


REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
--FIELD SEL 3

F E D C B A
TB1 J1
1 1
COMM COMM
2 7
--12 VDC --12 VDC
3 8
+12 VDC +12 VDC
4 9
+24 VDC GND
8 5
4 RELAY 4 IC1 OUT IC1 OUTPUT 4
5 +12 VDC 3
RELAY 3 -- 4 FLD2--IC1 CENTER AREA
6 U1 C1 C3 2
RELAY 2 LF347 100uF FLD1--IC1 LEFT AREA
0.1 uF
7 + 35V 6
RELAY 1 TP1 +12 VDC 11 FLD3--IC1 RIGHT AREA
RP1 +12 VDC RP4
9 TP6 IC1 10K C2 C4 4
IC4 10K R12 TP2 --12 VDC STRT--IC1 --RESET
R6 RP4 +12 VDC 0.1 uF 100uF
10 RP2 3K01 5 6 RP3 3K01 IC2 35V
5 6 10K 10K
GND R7
6 10K -- 9 R11 +12 VDC TP5
R4 --
6 5
R5
1K
R10
1K U1 56 1K
1 2 RP3
10K
3K01
IC3
TP4 RP1
10K GND J2
1K U1 R1
LF347 RP3 R9 -- 13 R8 1
J4 7
LF347 RP2
10K C10
8
10 10K 1K U1 2 1 1K 1 2 RP2
10K
3K01
COMM
5 +
5 C8 +
0.1 uF 7 7 8 14
LF347 RP3 R3 -- 2 R2 --12 VDC
7
7 7 8
GND 0.1 uF
RP4 C9 12 10K 1K U1 2 1 1K --12 VDC
RP1 + RP2 +12 VDC
7 8 10K 0.1 uF 3 3 4 LF347 8
8 10K JP9 1 10K
IC4 INPUT JP12 IC1 OUT RP4 C7 +
3 +12 VDC
IC4 OUT 4 10K
1 B A B A
JP10 0.1 uF 3 3 4 9
IC1 INPUT IC2 OUT RP1 GND
6 B A 4 10K 5
IC2 INPUT JP11 IC2 OUT IC2 OUTPUT
IC3 OUT
2 B A 3
IC3 INPUT FLD2--IC2 CENTER AREA
8 2
3 --FLD 2 DR FLD1--IC2 LEFT AREA 3
3 6
--FLD 1 DR FLD3--IC2 RIGHT AREA
4 4
--FLD 3 DR STRT--IC2 --RESET
9
--STRT DR
J3
K10 JP8 K6 JP6 K2 JP14 K15 1
COMM
A A A
6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 7
B B B --12 VDC
CR2
1N4148
8
C6 13 8
FLD2--IC1
13 8
FLD2--IC2
13 8 13 8 +12 VDC
C5 FLD2--IC3
0.1 uF 100uF 9
35V GND
5
K11 JP4 K7 JP2 K3 JP16 K14 IC3 OUT IC3 OUTPUT
A A A 3
6 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 FLD2--IC3 CENTER AREA
B B B 2
CR3 FLD1--IC3 LEFT AREA
1N4148 13 8
13 8
FLD1--IC1 FLD1--IC2
13 8
FLD1--IC3 13 8 6
FLD3--IC3 RIGHT AREA
4
STRT--IC3 --RESET
2 K12 JP7 K8 JP5 K4 JP15 K13 2

6 1
A
6 1
A
6 1 A
6 1 J5
B B B
CR4 1
1N4148 COMM
13 8 13 8 13 8 13 8
FLD3--IC1 FLD3--IC2 FLD3--IC3 7
--12 VDC
8
+12 VDC
TP3 K9 JP3 K5 JP1 K1 JP13 K16 9
ST GND
A A 6 1 A
6 1 6 1 6 1 5
R13 B B B IC4 OUT IC4 OUTPUT
10K CR1
1N4148
3
13 8 STRT--IC1 13 8
STRT--IC2
13 8 STRT--IC3 13 8 CENTER AREA
2
LEFT AREA
6
RIGHT AREA
JUMPERS JP9, JP10, JP11, JP12 4 1
--RESET
POS. A -- NO OFFSET ADJUSTMENT
POS. B -- OFFSET ADJUSTMENT
Note.-- Version 03 as CN 99/45
1
Ion Chamber Jumpers Jumpers Jumpers NAME DATE SHEET / OF
Type JP3,JP4,JP7,JP8 JP1,JP2,JP5,JP6 JP13, JP14, JP15, JP16
DRAWING F. GARCIA 07/07/99
DWG:
A3263--03
IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 B B B 1/1
REVISED A. DIAZ 07/07/99 REV
IC1=IC2=IC3 B B A
IC1=IC2 B A A AEC ADAPTATION
/ / /
IC1=IC2=IC3=IC4 A A A SEDECAL
ADAPTACION AEC
F E D REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E

Table Cable TABLE


R & F ADAPTATION Board TB4
(A3514-04) 1
ORDER COMM
PREP ORDER
GENERATOR CABINET 2 RAD ORDER
3 FLUORO ORDER
4 SFD SELECT
R&F Interface Harness (A6760-01) 5
TS1 J3 6
SEL RTN
EXP ON/END
+24V UNR 7 EXP/RDY RTN
17 +12 VDC 1 8 GEN READY
4 15 2 9 4
GND IN COMM
18 -12 VDC 3 10 I.I. MINIMUM
Note.- The connections shown are for 16 -FL EXP (RAD) 4 11 I.I. MEDIUM
37 -SF PREP 5 12 I.I. MAXIMUM
Compact Generator. 36 6 13
For Tall Generator, connect -READY to -READY HORIZ REVERSE
53 -ALOE 7 14 VERT REVERSE
TS3-6, and -ALOE to TS3-9. 52 ABC OUT 8 15 IN 1
SPARE 5 9 16 IN 2
SFD sel (WS1) 10 17 IN 3
11 18
TS3 SPARE 1
12 19
IN 4
SPARE 2 GND
Note.- Connect ABC OUT as shown when using AEC SPARE 3 13 20
18 SPARE 4 14
CONTROL board - version A3012-XX (Large board). 11 15
Connect ABC OUT (as PT INPUT) to TS1-51 (for
Compact Generator), or to TS3-4 (for Tall Generator),
when using AEC CONTROL board - version A3012-XX Note.- Configure jumpers position
(Small board).
according to the System used with
the Generator
TB5
KV UP

{ KV DWN 1
FOR DIGITAL CONTROL OF THE ABC
GND 2
(THE ABC OUT SIGNAL IS NOT USED) 3

TB2 Imaging System Cable #1


IMAGING
3 GENERATOR CONSOLE SYSTEM 3
ZOOM 1
1 ZOOM 2
Fluoro Adaptation Cable (A3267-01/02) 2
INTEGRATED FLUORO J1 J1 3
ZOOM 3
ZOOM COMMON
CPU Board (A3213-XX) 1
-4 IN SEL
1
4
5
REV COMMON
-9 IN SEL H REV
2 2 6 V REV
3 V SYNC 3 7 LIH
4 -FT SW CMD 4 8 LIH RTN
5 5 9 VIDEO UNBLANK
6 -CAM FL EXP 6 10 VIDEO UNBLANK RTN
7 -PULSED FL SEL 7 11 ABC SIGNAL
8 8 12 ENABLE
9 -6 IN SEL 9 13 GND
10 10 14 +24 VDC
11 GND 11 15 SYNC
12 -MEM EN 12 16 OUT 1
Note.- J1 connector of the 13 -MEM GATE 13 17 OUT 2
14 -BOOST FLUORO 14 18 OUT 3
board is J10 on the Console 15 15 19 OUT 4
20

J2 Imaging System Cable #2


J13 Tomo Cable (A6742-01/02) TB3
O. FLUORO
time1 1 Fluoro FT SW
ATP CONSOLE Board 1 time2 1 2 COMM (+24V)
2
(A3024-XX) 2
3
time3 2
3
3
4
EXP SYNC +
2
time4 PHL-L (KV UP)
4 tomo (WS2) 4 5 PHL-H (KV DWN)
11 TOMO TIME 4 5 6 MAIN GATE -

{ TOMO TIME 3 6 7 VID MEM EN -


FOR TOMO TIME OUTPUT 7 8
TOMO TIME 2 EXP SYNC -
SIGNALS FROM TABLE TOMO TIME 1 8 9
9
10

VID IN
Video Cable VID OUT
Fluoro Foot-Switch
FLUORO FT SW
FLUORO FT SW RTN TB1

GND 1

{ -12 VDC 2
FOR POWER SUPPLY OF 3
+12 VDC
THE ADAPTATION BOARDS +24 VDC 4 TV
DSI SELECT 5
MONITOR
FOR WORKSTATION INFORMATION TO THE TABLE
{ DIRECT SELECT
SPECIAL SELECT
6
7
8 Video Cable (A6765-01))
PULSED FL SEL VID OUT
FOR FLUORO MODES INFORMATION { BOOST FLUORO 9
10
1 1

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING F.GARCIA 07/07/03
A3514-04-S
REVISED A.DIAZ 07/07/03 1/2 REV

SEDECAL R & F INTERFACE


REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
A B C D E

GENERATOR CABINET
4 TS1
TOMO/BUCKY ADAPTATION 4

HIGH VOLTAGE SUPPLY (if required)


Board (A3261-03/05)
39

TB1 TB2

1 1
R & F ADAPTATION 2 2
Board (A3514-04) AEC ADAPTATION 3 3
4 4
Power Supply Board (A3263-03) 5 5
Connections 6
7
6
7
TB1 ( to add ) 8 8
TB1 9 9
1 GND 10 NOTE 10
2 -12 VDC 1 GND 11 11
Depending on the Tomo Device,
3 +12 VDC 2 +24 VDC 12 12
4 3 13 make jumpers configuration and 13
+24 VDC interface as specific schematic
5 4 14 14
6 5 15 IM-XXX 15
7 6 16 16
8 7 17 17
8 18 18
9 19 19
10 20 20
21 21
3 22 22 3
23 23
24 24
NOTE 25 25
26 26
Depending on the Ion Chamber,
make jumpers configuration and
interface as specific schematic
IM-XXX
GENERATOR CONSOLE
J1
Ion Chamber #1 Cable to Ion Chamber #1

ATP CONSOLE AEC Interface Cable (A3251-01)


J5 J4 J2
Board (A3024-XX) Ion Chamber #2 Cable
IC1 INPUT to Ion Chamber #2
1 IC3 INPUT 1
2 -FLD 1 DR 2
3 -FLD 3 DR 3
4 4 J3
GND Ion Chamber #3 Cable
5 IC2 INPUT 5 to Ion Chamber #3
6 IC4 INPUT 6
7 -FLD 2 DR 7
8 -STRT DR 8
9 9 J5
Ion Chamber #4 Cable to Ion Chamber #4
2 2

1
THIS SHEET ONLY APPLIES WHEN AEC ADAPTATION BOARD 1
AND/OR TOMO/BUCKY ADAPTATION BOARD ARE REQUIRED

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING F.GARCIA 07/07/03
A3514-04-S
REVISED A.DIAZ 07/07/03 2/2 REV

SEDECAL R & F INTERFACE


REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
A B C D E

TB2-12
ABC SIG
+12 VDC C37
+24 VDC +12 VDC RP12 RP12 JP20 POSITION: 18 pF +12 VDC
OFFSET 10K 10K A - ABC from VIDEO
8 5 R29 4 3 2 1 B - ABC from negative ABC SIG CR18
RP18 50K C - ABC from positive ABC SIG 1N4148
4K7 U18 RP13 C44 RP11 R30
ULN2803A RP14 4K7 -12V 10K RP13 221
C
7 12 10K 6 RP11 2 1 4K7 R31
B
7 5 6 JP22 10K 100 nF RP11 2 1 6 - 2K
A
4 3 13 - 10K 7 Q7
4 CR25 14 6 5 2 JP20 5 2N4401 TP7 4
- +
1N4148 C53 JP22 POSITION: 12 + 1 ABC OUT
10 nF - Remove JP22 when JP21 in position B U20D 3 + U20B
- Set JP22 when JP21 in position A LF347 U20A WINDOW VIDEO LF347 CR19
LF347 TP4 1N4148 ABC

B
JP19 POSITION: C35 J3-9
510 pF R28 R27 JP21 OUT
A - V Sync (from Generator or Camera)

A
+24 VDC B - Camera Sync (from video) 1K5 50K
V SYNC
TP9 CR20 C - External Sync (from external control) R24
1N4148 JP19 8K06 GAIN 8
V SYNC J1-4 RP18 RP18
A
4K7 4K7 RP10 RP10 U19 RP11
Q6 1 2 3 4 2 1 1K 1K DG441 10K
B
2N4401 3 4 5 6 11 10 13 - 7
2 U6A 14
C +12 VDC
EXP SYNC - J2-9 40106 12 +
RP1 C52 U16D
3K3 10 nF C5 1 1 1 LF347 JP21 POSITION:
GND J1-12 1 100 nF RP5 RP5 A - ABC from the Video signal or a not compatible signal of the TV Camera.

9
RP5 4K7 4K7 B - ABC from a compatible signal of the TV Camera.
4K7 R26
EXP SYNC + J2-4 5 2 9 8 1K5
RP10 U21
SYNC V POS 1K RP12 SMP11
(SHEET 2) R1 CR23 9 - 10K
20K 7 1N3595 8 6 5 2 7

16

13

3
TP3 10 +
R21 R20 VIDEO IN 2 V WIDTH U16C
3 VID IN 49K9 49K9 C16 V SYNC 5 R2 LF347 3

14

11
100 nF +12 VDC C7 50K C46
4 1 0.47uF R25 U19 1 uF
JP23 R15 C13 221 DG441

8
R22 2 - 681 100 nF U5 14 15
49K9 1 2 3 6 4538 14
3 + U12
U16A LM1881 11 C8 VERT. C36
VID OUT LF347 C14 6 1 15 0.47uF WINDOW 10nF

16
R23 510 pF 12 TP1 R33
49K9 C15 10 100
100 nF
4

R16 +12 VDC


681K HORIZ. RESET HOLD

8
WINDOW TP5 TP14 C19 5 3 1 7
TP2 12 100 nF RP6 RP6 RP6 RP6
U13D 11 10K 10K 10K 10K
13 14011
1 6 4 2 8
+12 VDC RP10
1K

16

13

3
1 1 U6B 2 2
RP5 +12 VDC 40106 5
RP5 4K7 C17
4K7 RP13 C11 1 1 1 3 4 4 1 100nF
6 7 4K7 100 nF RP5 RP5
JP18 POSITION: 3 4 RP5 4K7 4K7 U8
A - WINDOW TEST RP14 4K7 8 6 4538 14
2 2
B - NORMAL Q5 10K 4 3 8 10 U13C
CR15 2N4403 4 3 14011 9 11 C18
JP18 1N4148 H POS 15 1.5nF
R3 12
A B
20K 10
16

13

CR16
1N4148 2 H WIDTH
H SYNC 5 R4 U6F

8
CR17 C9 50K 40106
1N4148 4 1 2.2nF
12 13
U7
6 4538 14

11 C10
15 1.5nF
12 ABC EN
10 (SHEET 3)
+12 VDC
8

13
C38
1 100 nF
U19
8 DG441
C39
C42 U20C 100 nF
+12V 100 nF LF347 C32, C40 +12 VDC
5

4
1 +12 VDC +12 VDC 10 100 nF 1
+
8 -12 VDC
9

C6,C29,C34 C22,C31 9
14

-
4

100nF U6,U14,U17A 100nF U21


14

40106 SMP11
NAME DATE SHEET / OF
U13,U15A C43 U16B DRAWING F.GARCIA 07/07/03
A3514-04
14011 100 nF LF347 U16, U20A REVISED A.DIAZ 07/07/03 1/3 REV
13

5 C33, C41 LF347


5

+
11

7 100 nF
7

-12V 6
7

-
-12 VDC
SEDECAL R & F ADAPTATION
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
A B C D E

JP5
I.I. MINIMUM TB4-11
B A
J1-2 - 9 IN SEL
K5 +24 VDC JP5, JP6, JP7 POSITION:
ZOOM COMM TB2-4 1,14 6 A - INTERNAL SELECTION (from Generator Console) J1-10 - 6 IN SEL
CR5 B - EXTERNAL SELECTION (from Table or Control Panel)
1N4148
ZOOM 1 TB2-1 7,8 13 J1-1 - 4 IN SEL
JP6
I.I. MEDIUM TB4-12
B A
4 K6 +24 VDC 4
1,14 6
CR6
1N4148
ZOOM 2 TB2-2 7,8 13
JP7 +24 VDC
TB4-13
B A
TB1-5 +24 VDC
I.I. MAXIMUM +12 VDC
K7 +24 VDC TB1-4 +12 VDC
1,14 6
CR7 TB1-3 -12 VDC
1N4148 TP15
ZOOM 3 TB2-3 7,8 13 +24V RP17 +24 VDC -12 VDC
1K
2 1 J3-1 +24V UNR
HORIZ REVERSE TB4-14
TP17
K1 +24 VDC +12V RP17 +12 VDC
REV COMM TB2-5 1,14 6 1K
CR1 C47 8 7 J3-2 +12 VDC
1N4148 100 uF
H REV TB2-6 7,8 13 TP8 TP6 35V C48 C51 C12
GND GND 100 nF 100 uF 100 nF
35V
K2 +24 VDC J3-3 GND
1,14 6
CR2 TP16 C49 C50
1N4148 -12V RP17 100 uF 100 nF
V REV TB2-7 7,8 13 1K 35V
3 4 3 J3-4 -12 VDC 3

VERT REVERSE TB4-15


-12 VDC
JP11 POSITION:
A - External enable selection
B - Last Image Hold selection TB3-6 SPARE 4
JP11 TB3-7 SPARE 3
K3 +24 VDC
B A
LIH TB2-8 14 2 -FL TB3-8 SPARE 2
1 CR3 U18 (SHEET 3)
1N4148 ULN2803A RP14 JP15 POSITION: TB3-9 SPARE 1

B
LIH RTN TB2-9 7,8 6 14 10K 2 A - External enable selection
5 1 2 3 U13A JP15 B - Last Image Hold selection TB3-10

A
14011 1
R17
39K2 +24 VDC
ENABLE TB2-13 TB2-15 +24 VDC
R18 C20
20K 470 uF SYNC TB2-16 SYNC
25V +24 VDC (SHEET 1)
CR26 U18 TB2-14 GND
1N4148 ULN2803A R32
Fluoro FT SW J2-2 16 10K 5
3 4 U15B
14011 6 J3-10 SYNC

2 SPARE 4 TB3-4 J3-15 SPARE 4 2

SPARE 3 TB3-3 J3-14 SPARE 3


SPARE 2 TB3-2 J3-13 SPARE 2
SPARE 1 TB3-1 J3-12 SPARE 1

PULSED FL SEL TB1-9 J1-8 PULSED FL SEL


BOOST FLUORO TB1-10 J1-15 BOOST FLUORO
RP8
3K3
VID MEM EN - J2-8 7 8 J1-13 - MEM EN
MAINGATE - J2-7 7 8 J1-14 - MEM GATE
+24 VDC RP7
+24 VDC CR27 3K3
COMM J2-3 1N4148
R34 TB5-1 KV UP
10K
PHL- L J2-5 Q10 +24 VDC
RP1 2N4401 CR28
5 1 1N4148
3K3
RP14 TB5-2 KV DWN
10K
PHL-H J2-6 8 7 Q11 TB5-3 GND
1 R35 2N4401 1

3K3

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING F.GARCIA 07/07/03
A3514-04
REVISED A.DIAZ 07/07/03 2/3 REV

SEDECAL R & F ADAPTATION


REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
A B C D E

K11
SPECIAL SELECT TB1-8 6 +24 VDC
8 1
DIRECT SELECT TB1-7 4 CR24
11 1N4148
DSI SELECT TB1-6 9 16 J3-11 WS1
13
SFD SELECT TB4-5
K10 +24 VDC
14 2
1 CR10
1N4148
SEL RTN TB4-6 7,8 6 TB3-5 WS2
4 4
K9 +24 VDC RP9 DS2
GEN READY TB4-9 1,14 6 1 5 J3-7 -READY
+12 VDC
CR9 4K7 READY
7,8 13 1N4148 U17E R14 +12 VDC +24 VDC
RP9 40106 RP17 30K1 6
K8 +24 VDC 4K7 1K 1
EXP ON/END TB4-7 1,14 6 1 8 JP17 POSITION: 10 11 5 6 RP16 RP9
A - EXP ON U17C RP15 10K U18 4K7
CR8 DS3 B - EXP END C30 40106 10K 5 ULN2803A RP12
EXP/RDY RTN TB4-8 7,8 13 1N4148 JP17 2.2 uF 1 1 2 17 10K 2
B A 6 5 3 U15A 2 7 8 J3-8 -ALOE
EXP 14011 2
GND TB4-20 TP13 C45
U18 EXP 4 3 +24 VDC 10 nF
ULN2803A RP15 +12 VDC JP16 POSITION: 1

9
11 10K 12 U17B A - RAD EXP J3-6 -SF PREP
Jumpers Configuration according to Input Voltage: 8 8 7 11 U15D 40106 JP16 B - RAD+FLUORO EXP RP9 K4

A
24 VDC - set JP1,JP3,JP4,JP8,JP9,JP10,JP12,JP13,JP14 14011 13 4K7 +24 VDC 14
230 VAC - remove JP1,JP3,JP4,JP8,JP9,JP10,JP12,JP13,JP14 -FL (SHEET 2) 3 6 1 TB2-10 VID UNBLANK

B
DS1 CR4
115 VAC - set only JP1, JP8,JP12 PREP 1N4148
JP2 +24 VDC +12 VDC 8 9 2,13 7 TB2-11 VID UNBLANK RTN
U9 8
R5 H11AA4 R7 U6D TP10 U18
ORDER COMM TB4-1 2 1 JP1 1 6 20K 40106 PREP RP15 ULN2803A
1 10K 13
RP7 RP8 39K, 1w 5 6 +24 VDC
5 1 2 6
3 3K3 3K3 C23 1 3

JP4 100 nF R6 4 C24 TP12


2 2 2.2 uF U14A FL RP9
40106 U18 DS4 4K7
39K, 1w JP3 RAD
PREP ORDER TB4-2 RP15 ULN2803A 7
+12 VDC 10K 15
U10 3 4 4 +24 VDC
R8 H11AA4 R10 U14B TP11 CR21
4 3 JP8 1 6 20K 40106 RAD RP16 1N4148
3 10K J3-5 -FL EXP (RAD)
RP7 RP8 39K, 1w 5 3 4 3 4
3K3 3K3 C25 Q8
JP10 100 nF R9 4 C26 9 1 2N4401
4 2 2.2 uF U18 DS5 RP9
JP9 8 RP16 ULN2803A FL 4K7 +24 VDC RP1
39K, 1w
RAD ORDER TB4-3 U15C 10 10K 18 9 1 3K3
+12 VDC 9 14011 2 1 1
U11
R11 H11AA4 R13 U14C
6 5 JP12 1 6 20K 40106 U6C
5 40106
RP7 RP8 39K, 1w
5 5 6 5
3K3 3K3 C27 U13B 4 5 6 ABC EN
JP14 100 nF R12 4 C28 9 8 6 14011 (SHEET 1)
6 2 2.2 uF
JP13 U14D R19 C21
39K, 1w
FLUORO ORDER TB4-4 40106 20K 10 uF +24 VDC
RP13 35V
4K7 RP16 CR22
2
FLUORO FT SW TB1-1 8 7 10K 1N4148 J1-5 -FT SW CMD 2

A
JP24 8 7
JP24 POSITION:

B
FLUORO FT SW RTN TB1-2 A - NORMAL 8 Q9
B - FL ENABLE RP1 2N4401 to J1-12 (GND)
3K3
O. FLUORO J2-1
+24 VDC 1
CR11
RP3 1N4148
IN COMM TB4-10 4 3 1 6 U1 +12 VDC 10K TB2-17 OUT 1
1 H11AA4 2 1
RP2 RP2 5 Q1 +24 VDC
3K3 3K3 C1 3 1 2N4401 CR12
100 nF 4 RP3 1N4148
IN 1 TB4-16 2 2 RP1 10K TB2-18 OUT 2
3K3 8 7
Q2
8 7 1 6 U2 +24 VDC 7 1 2N4401
5 H11AA4 CR13
RP2 RP2 5 RP3 1N4148 RP1
3K3 3K3 C2 10K 3K3 TB2-19 OUT 3
100 nF 4 4 3
IN 2 TB4-17 6 2 Q3 +24 VDC
4 1 2N4401 CR14
RP3 1N4148
4 3 1 6 U3 RP1 10K TB2-20 OUT 4
1 H11AA4 3K3 6 5
RP4 RP4 5 Q4
1 1
3K3 3K3 C3 6 1 2N4401
100 nF 4
RP1
IN 3 TB4-18 2 2 3K3
NAME DATE SHEET / OF
8 7 1 6 U4
DRAWING F.GARCIA 07/07/03
A3514-04
5 H11AA4
RP4 RP4 5 REVISED A.DIAZ 07/07/03 3/3 REV
3K3 3K3 C4
100 nF 4
IN 4 TB4-19 6 2
SEDECAL R & F ADAPTATION
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
–FIELD SEL 3

F E D C B A

Illustration 1.– ABC System for TV Camera


4 4
(with AEC CONTROL board A3012–02 )

POWER
MONITOR
MODULE
CABINET
3
ADAPTATION Board

VIDEO OUT

VIDEO IN 3TS1
PT INPUT Adaptation Interconnection
3 51
TV (Brightness signal) Note: PT INPUT
Console–Interface Cable
CAMERA to TS3–4 for
VERTICAL
Generator
Note: Some TV Cameras have
already the brightness signal
LIGHT adapted to Generator, so no OPERATOR CONSOLE
adaptation is required. ATP CONSOLE board (A3024–XX)

AEC CONTROL board (A3012–02)


IMAGE WINDOW
TUBE COMPARATOR HT CONTROL
JP5 JP1 JP2 board
J2–13 J6–4 J2–4 FILTER J3
Console–Communication Cable
C Ribbon Cable A A R5 – C11 U8
J1–6 J3–15 –KV UP 15
J1–1
WINDOW ADJ.
R14 – UP J1–19 J3–8 –KV DWN 8
J1–2
WINDOW ADJ. U8
R11 – DWN
PATIENT
2 X–RAY TABLE Note: See jumpers position and window
adjusting in the board schematic
HT
TRANSFORMER

X–RAY TUBE

1 1

NAME DATE SHEET / OF DWG:


DRAWING F. GARCIA 03/03/01
IM–300
1/3
REVISED A. DIAZ 24/06/03 REV

SEDECAL ABC Interface Diagram


F E D REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
–FIELD SEL 3

F E D C B A

Illustration 2.– ABC System for TV Camera


4 4
(with AEC CONTROL board A3012–06/07)

POWER
MONITOR
MODULE
CABINET
3
ADAPTATION board

VIDEO OUT

VIDEO IN TS3
ABC OUT (PT INPUT) Adaptation Interconnection
3 (Brightness signal) 18
TV ABC OUT Console–Interface Cable
CAMERA

Note: Some TV Cameras have


already the brightness signal
LIGHT adapted to Generator, so no OPERATOR CONSOLE
adaptation is required. ATP CONSOLE board (A3024–XX)

AEC CONTROL board (A3012–06/07)


IMAGE WINDOW
TUBE COMPARATOR HT CONTROL
JP19 JP1 board
J2–11 J12–22 J1–22 FILTER J3
Console–Communication Cable
A A R5 – C11 U8
J1–6 J3–15 –KV UP 15
J1–1
WINDOW ADJ.
R14 – UP J1–19 J3–8 –KV DWN 8
J1–2
WINDOW ADJ. U8
R11 – DWN
PATIENT
2 X–RAY TABLE Note: See jumpers position and window
adjusting in the board schematic
HT
TRANSFORMER

X–RAY TUBE

1 1

NAME DATE SHEET / OF DWG:


DRAWING F. GARCIA 03/03/01
IM–300
2/3
REVISED A. DIAZ 24/06/03 REV

SEDECAL ABC Interface Diagram


F E D REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
–FIELD SEL 3

F E D C B A

Illustration 3.– ABC System with Photomultiplier Tube POWER


(with AEC CONTROL board A3012–06/07) MODULE
CABINET
4 4
TS1

42
Photomultiplier Cable
PT SPLY ( Photomultiplier Voltage supply ) 39

PT INPUT ( Brightness signal )


MONITOR
3TS1 Note: PT INPUT
Console–Interface Cable
to TS3-4 for
PT INPUT 51 VERTICAL
Generator
3
INTERFACE
VIDEO OPERATOR CONSOLE CONTROL
board
ATP CONSOLE board (A3024–XX) AEC CONTROL board (A3012–06/07) Console–Communication
FL Cable J3 J2–7
BUFFER
BRIGHT. LEVEL ADJ. J2–1
3 TV Reset J1–1 J3–7 PT CRL 7
CAMERA R13 U12 J1–4
U2

PHOTOMULTIPLIER U2
BUFFER R19 WINDOW
AMPLIFIER Board HT CONTROL
PEAK SAMPLE COMPARATOR
( A3168–01 ) J12–21 JP1 Board
J2–13 PT INPUT J1–21 DETECTOR & HOLD FILTER
LIGHT U10 U12
CR1–C34 U9–C31 B R5 – C11 U8
Photomultiplier
J1–6 J3–15 –KV UP 15
U11 J1–1
Load WINDOW ADJ.
Resistor R14 – UP J1–19 J3–8 –KV DWN 8
J1–2
IMAGE JP5 WINDOW ADJ. U8
TUBE Ribbon Cable S/H
R11 – DWN
C
IC4 J5–7 J6–4 PT INPUT/IC4 J2–4
B
J6–10 J2–10 Note: See jumpers position and window
A adjusting in the board schematic

PATIENT
2 X–RAY TABLE

HT
TRANSFORMER

X–RAY TUBE

1 1

NAME DATE SHEET / OF DWG:


DRAWING F. GARCIA 03/03/01
IM–300
3/3
REVISED A. DIAZ 24/06/03 REV

SEDECAL ABC Interface Diagram


F E D REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E

TABLE (Standard)
R&F ADAPTATION Board (A3514-04)
GENERATOR CABINET
R&F Interface Harness (A6760-01)
TS1 J3 TB4 Table Cable
WARNING: PREP
+24V UNR
17 +12 VDC 1 Configure jumpers position 1 PREP ORDER RAD
15 2 2
4
18
GND
3 according to the System used 3
RAD ORDER 4
-12 VDC FLUORO ORDER FLUORO
Note.- The connections shown are for 16 -FL EXP (RAD) 4 with the Generator prior to 4
37 5 5
Compact Generator. 36
-SF PREP
6 connecting mains power 6
For Tall Generator, connect -READY to -READY EXP ON Actual Exposure
53 -ALOE 7 7 COMMON Common
TS3-6, and -ALOE to TS3-9. 52 ABC OUT 8 8 GEN READY
9 9 Generator Ready
WS1 10 10
11 11
TS3 12 12
Note.- Connect ABC OUT as shown when using AEC 13 13
18 14 14
CONTROL board - version A3012-XX (Large board). 11 15 15
Connect ABC OUT (as PT INPUT) to TS1-51 (for 16
Compact Generator), or to TS3-4 (for Tall Generator), 17
when using AEC CONTROL board - version A3012-XX 18
(Small board). 19 GND
20

GENERATOR CONSOLE
3 3

Fluoro Adaptation Cable (A3267-01/02)


INTEGRATED FLUORO J1 J1
CPU Board (A3213-XX) 1
-4 IN SEL
1
-9 IN SEL
2 2
3 V SYNC 3
4 -FT SW CMD 4
5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8
9 -6 IN SEL 9
10 10
11 GND 11
12 12
13 13 TB2
Note.- J1 connector of the
14 14
board is J10 on the 15 15 1
Console 2
3
4 C.C. TV
5
6 (Standard)
J13 Tomo Cable (A6742-01/02) TB3 7
time1 8
ATP CONSOLE Board 1 time2 1 9 Imaging System Cable
CONTROL
(A3024-XX) 2
3
time3 2
3
10
11
2
time4 ABC SIGNAL (option to use) 2
4 tomo (WS2) 4 12
11 5 13 GND
6 14
7 15
8 16
9 17
10 18
19
20

Video Cable (A6765-01)


VID IN VIDEO
Fluoro Foot-Switch TB1
FLUORO FT SW
FLUORO FT SW RTN 1
2
3
4
5 TV MONITOR
6
7
8 Video Cable
9 VID OUT IN
10

1 1

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING F.GARCIA 13/01/03 1/1 IM - 302
REVISED A.DIAZ 13/01/03 A REV

STANDARD SYSTEM
A board version 04 F. Garcia 10/10/03 SEDECAL with C.C. TV Interface
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
A B C D E

R&F ADAPTATION Board (A3514-04)


EVOLUTION TABLE
GENERATOR CABINET R&F Interface Harness (A6760-01)
TS1 J3
TB4 Table Cable PM20
+24V UNR PREP
17 +12 VDC 1 JUMPERS CONFIGURATION
Note.- The connections shown are for 15 GND 2 1 PREP ORDER RAD
18 -12 VDC 3 2 RAD ORDER 5
4 Compact Generator. 16 4 JP1,JP2, JP3,JP4,JP8,JP9,JP10,JP12,JP13,JP14,JP23 - SET 3 7
4

For Tall Generator, connect -READY to -FL EXP (RAD) FLUORO ORDER FLUORO
37 -SF PREP 5 JP5 - B 4 9
TS3-6, and -ALOE to TS3-9. 36 -READY 6 JP6 - B 5 Tomo
53 -ALOE 7 JP7 - B 6 16
52 ABC OUT 8 7 11
9 JP11 - A 8
JP15 - A GEN READY
10 9 4
11 JP16 - A 10
12 JP17 - A 11 37
TS3 13 12
Ref A3
JP18 - B
14 13 Ref A0
18 15 JP19 - B 14
11 JP20, JP21 and JP22 - See configuration in the schematic 15 15
TOMO TIME 1 Ref A1
JP24 - A 16 TOMO TIME 2 12
17 TOMO TIME 3 13 Ref A2
18 TOMO TIME 4 14
19 GND 17
WARNING: Verify Jumpers 20 10
TB3
configuration before 8
6
1 connecting power
2 22
3 MAG 1 Ampli 2
4 MAG 2 23
5 MAG 3 25 Ampli 3
6 27
7
8 TB1 H REV
29
Ampli 4
V REV
3
9 31 H Rev 3
10 1
GENERATOR CONSOLE 2
from Fluoro Foot Switch V Rev
3 2
4
Fluoro Adaptation Cable (A3267-01/02) 5
INTEGRATED FLUORO J1 J1 6
CPU Board (A3213-01) 1
-4 IN SEL
1
7
8
-9 IN SEL
2 2 9
3 V SYNC 3 10
4 -FT SW CMD 4
5 5
6 -CAM FL EXP 6
I.I. System Cable
IMAGE
7 7
8 8 TB2 Interface INTENSIFIER
9 -6 IN SEL 9 MAG 1
10 10 1 MAG 2
11 GND 11 2 MAG 3
12 -MEM EN 12 3 MAG COMMON
Note.- J1 connector of the board 13 -MEM GATE 13 4 REVERSAL COMMON
14 14 5 HORIZ REVERSAL
is J10 on the Console 15 15 6 VERT REVERSAL See documentation for
7
8 Interface connection
9
10
11
ATP CONSOLE Board J13 Tomo Cable (A6742-01/02) J2 12
Imaging System Cable
2
(A3024-XX) 11 1
13
14 Interface TV
2

TOMO TIME 4
4 2 15
3
TOMO TIME 3
TOMO TIME 2 3 16
ABC SIGNAL (See JP21 configuration) CAMERA
2 TOMO TIME 1 4 17 GND
1 5 18
6 19
7 20
8
9

Video Cable Video


VID IN OUT

VID OUT

TOMO TIME CODE

TIME1 TIME2 TIME3 TIME4 Back-up Time TV


MONITOR
1 1 1 0 1000 ms Video Cable (A6765-01)
0 1 1 0 500 ms
1 1 0 1 0 2000 ms 1

1 1 0 0 4000 ms
0 0 1 0 1000 ms
0 1 0 0 4000 ms NAME DATE SHEET / OF
1 0 0 0 4000 ms DRAWING F.GARCIA 07/07/02
1/4
IM - 312
0 0 0 0 2000 ms REVISED A.DIAZ 02/02/03 REV
C B A
x x x 1 no tomo
C Sheet 4 added F. Garcia 09/09/04

1 = log "1" (open) 0 = logic "0" (GND) x = logic "1" or "0"


B Board version 04 F. García 07/07/04
SEDECAL EVOLUTION TABLE
A Board version 03 F. García 21/05/04
with STANDARD SYSTEM
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
A B C D E

R&F ADAPTATION Board (A3514-04)


EVOLUTION TABLE
JUMPERS CONFIGURATION
GENERATOR CABINET R&F Interface Harness (A6760-01) TB4 Table Cable PM20
TS1 J3 JP22 - REMOVED
PREP

+24V UNR 1 PREP ORDER RAD


17 +12 VDC 1 JP1,JP2,JP3,JP4,JP8,JP9,JP10,JP12,JP13,JP14, JP23 - SET 2 RAD ORDER 5
4 4
Note.- The connections shown are for 15 GND 2 JP5 - B 3 FLUORO ORDER 7 FLUORO
18 -12 VDC 3 4 9
Compact Generator. 16 4 JP6 - B 5
-FL EXP (RAD) Tomo
For Tall Generator, connect -READY to 37 5 JP7 - B 6 16
-SF PREP
TS3-6, and -ALOE to TS3-9. 36 -READY 6 JP11 - B 7 11
53 -ALOE 7 JP15 - A 8 GEN READY
52 ABC OUT (not used) 8 JP16 - A 9 4
9 10
10 JP17 - A 11 37 Ref A3
11 JP18 - B 12
TS3 12 JP19 - C 13 Ref A0
13 JP20 - C 14
18 14 JP21 - B 15 TOMO TIME 1 15 Ref A1
11 15 16 TOMO TIME 2 12
JP24 - B 17 13
TOMO TIME 3 Ref A2
18 TOMO TIME 4 14
19 GND 17
WARNING: Verify Jumpers 20 10
HT CONTROLLER KV UP/DWN Cable (A7019-01) configuration before connecting power 8
TB5
Board (A3000-XX) 6
KV UP
P1-1 1 22
Remove wires on P1-1 and P1-2 from KV DWN
P1-2 2 MAG 1 Ampli 2
Console, and connect as shown (ABC 3 23
OUT signal on TS3-18 is not used) MAG 2
MAG 3 25 Ampli 3
27
TB1
H REV Ampli 4
V REV 29
3
1 31 H Rev 3
2
3 V Rev
GENERATOR CONSOLE 4 from Fluoro Foot Switch 2
5
6
Fluoro Adaptation Cable (A3267-01/02) 7
INTEGRATED FLUORO J1 J1 8
CPU Board (A3213-01) 1
-4 IN SEL
1
9
10
-9 IN SEL
2 2
3 V SYNC 3
4 -FT SW CMD 4
TB2 Imaging Unit Cable (A6709-01)
IMAGE
5 5 CM1
6 -CAM FL EXP 6 zoom 1
SYSTEM
7 7 1 1
8 8 2
zoom 2
zoom 3 2 CD - 100
9 -6 IN SEL 9 3 hrev 3
10 10 4 vrev 4
11 GND 11 5 0V 5
12 -MEM EN 12 6 9
Note.- J1 connector of the board 13 -MEM GATE 13 7
14 14 8
is J10 on the Console 15 15 9
10
11
12
13
ATP CONSOLE Board J13 Tomo Cable (A6742-01/02) 14
2
(A3024-XX) 11
15
16
2

TOMO TIME 4
4 TOMO TIME 3 17
3 TOMO TIME 2 18
2 TOMO TIME 1 19
1 20

J2 CM2 Cable (A7624-01) CM2


TB3 1
O. FLUORO
4
FLUORO FOOT SW
2 COMMON (+24 VDC) 2
1 3 VERT. SYNC 3
2 4 KV UP 6
3 5 KV DWN 9
4 6 8
5 7 7
6 8 5
7 9 1
8
9
TOMO TIME CODE 10
VID IN TV
TIME1 TIME2 TIME3 TIME4 Back-up Time MONITOR
VID OUT Video Cable
1 1 1 0 1000 ms Video
0 1 1 0 500 ms OUT
1 1 0 1 0 2000 ms 1

1 1 0 0 4000 ms
0 0 1 0 1000 ms
0 1 0 0 4000 ms NAME DATE SHEET / OF
1 0 0 0 4000 ms DRAWING F.GARCIA 07/07/02
2/4
IM - 312
0 0 0 0 2000 ms REVISED A.DIAZ 02/02/03 REV
C B A
x x x 1 no tomo
C Sheet 4 added F. Garcia 09/09/04
B Board version 04 F. Garcia 07/07/04 EVOLUTION TABLE
1 = log "1" (open) 0 = logic "0" (GND) x = logic "1" or "0"
A Board version 03 F. García 21/05/04 SEDECAL with CD-100 SYSTEM
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
A B C D E

R&F ADAPTATION Board (A3514-04) EVOLUTION TABLE


TB4 Table Cable PM20
PREP

GENERATOR CABINET 1 PREP ORDER RAD


2 RAD ORDER 5
3 FLUORO ORDER 7 FLUORO
R&F Interface Harness (A6760-01) 4 9
TS1 J3 5 Tomo
+24V UNR 6 16
17 +12 VDC 1 JUMPERS CONFIGURATION 7 11
4 4
15 GND 2 8 GEN READY
18 -12 VDC 3 9 4
16 4 JP1,JP2,JP3,JP4,JP8,JP9,JP10,JP12,JP13,JP14,JP23 - SET 10
Note.- For Vertical Generator : -FL EXP (RAD)
37 -SF PREP 5 JP5 - B 11 37 Ref A3
Connect -READY and -ALOE to 36 6 12
-READY JP6 - B
TS3-6 and TS3-9 respectively 53 7 13
-ALOE JP7 - B Ref A0
52 ABC OUT 8 14
9 JP11 - A 15 15
TOMO TIME 1 Ref A1
10 JP15 - A 16 12
TOMO TIME 2
Note.- Connect ABC OUT as shown when using 11 JP16 - A 17 TOMO TIME 3 13 Ref A2
12 JP17 - A 18 14
AEC CONTROL board - version A3012-06. TS3 13 19
TOMO TIME 4
17
Connect ABC OUT (as PT INPUT) to TS1-51 JP18 - B GND
14 20 10
(for Compact Generator), or to TS3-4 (for Tall 18 15 JP19 - B 8
Generator), when using AEC CONTROL board - JP20, JP21, JP22 - see chematic 6
version A3012-01/02/05. JP24 - A
22
TB3
J2 WARNING: Verify Ampli 2
MAG 1
Jumpers configuration 1 MAG 2 23 Ampli 3
1 2 25
2 before connecting 3 27 Ampli 4
3 power 4
4 5 H REV H Rev
5 V REV 29
GENERATOR CONSOLE 6 31 V Rev
7
8 from Fluoro Foot Switch 2
3
9 3

INTEGRATED FLUORO
CPU Board (A3213-01)
Fluoro Adaptation Cable (A3267-01/02)
J1 J1 std interface
TB2 Imaging System Cable connector (Sub D25)
-4 IN SEL
1