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© EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY, 2006 HEALTH GROUP

{Instal ationInstructs}{Production}{Health Group}{ExternalAndInternal} Publication No. II4825-1


10MAR06
Supersedes II4825-1
10DEC05
Confidential
Restricted
Information

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
for the
Kodak DirectView CR 825/850 SYSTEMS
Service Codes: 5634, 4825
Important
Qualified service personnel must install this equipment.

H177_0500AC
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
10MAR06
II4825-1 PLEASE NOTE The information contained herein is based on the experience and knowledge relating to the
Page subject matter gained by Eastman Kodak Company prior to publication.
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No patent license is granted by this information.
Eastman Kodak Company reserves the right to change this information without notice, and
makes no warranty, express or implied, with respect to this information. Kodak shall not be
liable for any loss or damage, including consequential or special damages, resulting from any
use of this information, even if loss or damage is caused by Kodak’s negligence or other fault.

This equipment includes parts and assemblies sensitive to damage from electrostatic
discharge. Use caution to prevent damage during all service procedures.

Table of Contents
Description Page

Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Necessary Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Unpacking the Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Installing the Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Energizing the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Obtaining a “Session ID” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Doing the Calibration for the TOUCH SCREEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Setting the Site Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Setting the “User Name” and “Password” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Installing and Setting Up Optional Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Setting the “Global” Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Setting the HIS/RIS Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Adding a PRINTING DEVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Adding a STORAGE DEVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Setting the Profile Destination Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Enabling the BAR CODE READER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Setting the Requirements Fields . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Configuring the MONITOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Doing the Configuration for the Kodak DirectView CR LONG-LENGTH
IMAGING SYSTEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Storing the Setup Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Installing the Kodak REMOTE PATIENT DATA ENTRY STATION (RPDES) 62
Setting the Configuration for the RPDES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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II4825-1 Operating the RPDES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Page Making a SHORTCUT for the RPDES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
3 of 72 Setting the Host File for the Kodak DirectView CAPTURE LINK SYSTEM. 65
Installing the Kodak DirectView REMOTE OPERATIONS PANEL (ROP) . 66
Checking the Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Safety
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Section 1: Safety
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This information defines the safety and information icons used in this publication.

Radiation
This icon is used for conditions that could cause personal injury from radiation.

Laser Warning
This icon is used for conditions when a laser beam could cause injury to a person.

Caution
This icon is used for conditions that could cause injury to a person, or damage to the
equipment or software data.

ESD
Possible damage from electrostatic discharge.

This icon is used for conditions that could cause damage to the equipment.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is a primary source of:
• equipment failure
• equipment repairs
A person cannot detect an electrical charge of less than 3,500 V, but 30 V can cause
damage to components in the equipment.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Safety
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II4825-1 Preventive Measures
Page
5 of 72 • Check for an ESD WARNING LABEL before doing any procedure with ESD-sensitive
components. All sensitive components have graphic LABELS that frequently include
instructions. Use all label instructions.
• Wear a GROUNDING STRAP when you touch ESD-sensitive components. Check that the
CLIP remains fastened to a ground that has a clean surface with no paint.
• Repair components in an ESD-protection area or use a PORTABLE GROUNDING MAT.
• When moving ESD-sensitive components from area to area, insert and transport the
components in the special material made for the transport of these components.

Important
This icon is used for important information.

Note
This icon is used for additional information.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Necessary Materials
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Section 2: Necessary Materials
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Tools
Part No. Description
--- COMPUTED RADIOGRAPHY CASSETTES
1064930 Kodak INTENSIFYING SCREEN CLEANER AND ANTISTATIC
SOLUTION
TL-5259 COPPER and ALUMINUM FILTERS
--- tape
3E0899 LINT-FREE CLOTH
TL-4818 DOSIMETER
5E6777 OIL
--- LEAD APRON or LEAD SHEET
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Section 3: Installation
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Unpacking the Equipment
1 Check the SHOCK WATCH on the side
3 STRAPS of the carton.
SHOCK
WATCH 2 Is the SHOCK WATCH red?
2 CORNER Yes No
PROTECTORS Stop the Continue with
installation Step 3.
procedure and call
the Technical
Support Center
(TSC).
3 Record any problems that occur during
this installation. Include this information
in the “OUT OF BOX SURVEY” you
provide to the customer.

Caution
Be careful when you cut the STRAPS. The
STRAPS are tight.

H194_0116GCA 4 Cut the 3 STRAPS.


2 cartons H194_0116GC

5 Remove:
• 2 CORNER PROTECTORS
• 2 cartons
– ASSEMBLY KIT 1
– ASSEMBLY KIT 2
6 Unpack the 2 cartons.
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II4825-1 7 Remove:
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8 of 72 SHORT CAP • SHORT CAP
• CORRUGATED SUPPORT
8 Cut the carton.
CORRUGATED 9 Remove the carton.
SUPPORT

carton

H194_0117GCA
H194_0117GC
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II4825-1 10 Cut the tape.
Page RAMP PLASTIC
9 of 72 BAG 11 Remove the RAMP SUPPORT from
behind the RAMP.
12 Align the mark on the RAMP SUPPORT
with the mark on the RAMP.
13 Place the RAMP SUPPORT on the
RAMP.
mark 14 Remove:
• RAMP
• PLASTIC BAG

tape

RAMP
SUPPORT
H194_0118GCA
H194_0118GC
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10 of 72 Important
Keep the REAR SHIPPING BRACKET.

15 Remove and keep:


• 10 BOLTS
• 4 SIDE SHIPPING BRACKETS
• REAR SHIPPING BRACKET
10 BOLTS

REAR SHIPPING
BRACKET
4 SIDE SHIPPING
H194_0119ACA BRACKETS
H194_0119AC

16 Fasten the RAMP to the PALLET.

Caution
The weight is 308 kg (680 lb). Use more
than one person to move down the RAMP.

17 Carefully move the system down the


RAMP.
PALLET

RAMP

H194_0120ACA
H194_0120AC
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II4825-1 18 Open the FRONT DOOR.
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11 of 72 TOP COVER LEFT PANEL 19 Loosen the 2 SCREWS.
2 SCREWS
2 SCREWS 20 Open the TOP COVER.
21 Remove:
7 SCREWS
• FOAM PACKING MATERIAL
2 SCREWS
• 7 SCREWS
• CROSSBRACE
• 2 SCREWS
• LEFT PANEL
• 2 SCREWS
• RIGHT PANEL

CROSSBRACE
RIGHT FRONT
H194_0101GCA
PANEL FOAM PACKING
H194_0101GC MATERIAL DOOR
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II4825-1 22 Check the SHOCK WATCH on the side
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12 of 72 of the frame.
23 Is the SHOCK WATCH red?
SHOCK WATCH Yes No
Stop the installation Continue with
procedure and call the Step 24.
TSC.

H194_1400ACA
H194_1400AC

24 Remove and discard:


• 2 BOLTS
• OPTICS SHIPPING BRACKET

OPTICS
SHIPPING
BRACKET

H194_0113ACA
H194_0113AC 2 BOLTS
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II4825-1 25 Remove the 8 SCREWS from the
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13 of 72 REAR PANEL.
26 Remove and discard 2 SHIPPING
PLATES.
27 Install the 8 SCREWS in the REAR
PANEL.
28 Remove:
• 8 SCREWS
• REAR ACCESS PANEL
REAR PANEL

2 SHIPPING PLATES

REAR
ACCESS
PANEL
8 SCREWS

H194_0121GCA
8 SCREWS H194_0121GC
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14 of 72 Important
Do not remove the SHIPPING BRACKET.

29 Remove and discard the 4 BOLTS.


30 Remove the SCREW from the ACCESS
PLATE.

4 BOLTS

H194_0123ACA
H194_0123AC
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II4825-1 31 Rotate the 2 JACK BOLTS clockwise
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15 of 72 FRAME until the SHIPPING BRACKET is loose.
32 Remove and discard the SHIPPING
BRACKET.
33 Install the SCREW into the ACCESS
PLATE.
34 Rotate the 2 JACK BOLTS
JACK BOLT counterclockwise until the 2 JACK
SCREW
BOLTS do not touch the FRAME.
SHIPPING
BRACKET
ACCESS
PLATE

JACK BOLT
FRAME
H194_0124GCA
H194_0124GC
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II4825-1 35 Cut and discard the TIE WRAP from
Page
16 of 72 the CASSETTE HANDLING
CASSETTE ASSEMBLY.
HANDLING
ASSEMBLY

H194_0109ACA
H194_0109AC TIE WRAP
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II4825-1 36 Disengage the LATCH on the ERASE
Page
17 of 72 LATCH LAMP AY.
37 Pull the ERASE LAMP AY from the
system.

ERASE
LAMP AY

H196_0151CCA
H196_0151CC
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II4825-1 38 Remove and discard the SHIPPING
Page
18 of 72 PLATE.

SHIPPING PLATE H177_0128GCA


H177_0128GC
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II4825-1 39 Install the 10 ERASE LAMPS into the
Page
19 of 72 ERASE LAMP AY.
ERASE LAMP AY 40 Push the ERASE LAMP AY into the
system.

1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5 H194_0031GCA
10 ERASE LAMPS H194_0031GC
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II4825-1 41 Install:
Page TOP COVER LEFT PANEL
20 of 72 2 SCREWS • RIGHT PANEL
2 SCREWS
• 2 SCREWS
7 SCREWS
• LEFT PANEL
2 SCREWS
• 2 SCREWS
• CROSSBRACE
• 7 SCREWS
42 Close the TOP COVER.

CROSSBRACE
RIGHT FRONT
H194_0101GCA
PANEL FOAM PACKING
H194_0101GC MATERIAL DOOR
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II4825-1 Installing the Equipment
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21 of 72 1 Remove:
MONITOR 4 SCREWS
2 SCREWS • SCREW
MOUNT
SCREW • WIRE WRAP
WIRE • BRACKET
WRAP
MONITOR • COVER

SHOULDER
2 Install:
BRACKET
SCREW • SPACER DISK
MONITOR
POST AY • 2 SCREWS
SPACER • MONITOR POST AY
DISK
• SHOULDER SCREW
• MONITOR
• MONITOR MOUNT
COVER
• 4 SCREWS
• MONITOR onto the MONITOR
POST AY
2 TABS
• 2 SCREWS
H177_0161GCA
H177_0161GC

Important
The COVER must engage the 2 TABS on
the MONITOR MOUNT.

3 Install:
• COVER
• BRACKET
• WIRE WRAP
• SCREW
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II4825-1 4 Install:
Page
SERIAL CABLE
22 of 72 • 5 FERRITE BEADS to:
POWER CABLE – NETWORK CABLE to PC
VIDEO CABLE – SERIAL CABLE (COM1)
– both ends of the POWER CABLE
– both ends of the VIDEO CABLE
PLATE • PLATE
SCREW • SCREW
• WIRE WRAP

5 FERRITE
BEADS
WIRE WRAP

VIDEO
CABLE

POWER
CABLE

H194_0128GCA NETWORK
H194_0128GC CABLE
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MONITOR KEYBOARD

COMPUTER
J

MODEM
3.0 GHz
K
B C
A

D L
I
F
optional
MODEM BAR CODE
2.4 GHz READER
MOUSE E CABLE
H

H194_0126HC
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II4825-1 5 Connect:
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24 of 72
CABLE Description From: To:
A SERIAL IN MONITOR COMPUTER COM 1 CONNECTOR
B VGA IN MONITOR COMPUTER MONITOR CONNECTOR
C MONITOR POWER MONITOR MONITOR POWER/SOUND CABLE
D Y CABLE BAR CODE KEYBOARD EXTENSION CABLE
READER
E BAR CODE READER Y CABLE KEYBOARD CABLE
F KEYBOARD Y CABLE COMPUTER KEYBOARD CONNECTOR
EXTENSION CABLE
G MOUSE MOUSE MOUSE EXTENSION CABLE
H MOUSE EXTENSION MOUSE CABLE COMPUTER MOUSE CONNECTOR
I RS-232 optional MODEM COMPUTER COM 2 CONNECTOR 2.4
GHZ COM 4 on 3.0 GHZ
J NETWORK CUSTOMER COMPUTER NETWORK CARD
NETWORK CONNECTOR
K NETWORK MCPU BOARD COMPUTER ONBOARD NETWORK
(A2) CONNECTOR
L KEYBOARD KEYBOARD KEYBOARD CONNECTION CABLE
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II4825-1 6 Remove the optional MODEM from the
Page POWER ADAPTER
25 of 72 carton.
7 Check that the MODEM DIP
telephone line SWITCHES on the back of the MODEM
are set correctly. If necessary, change
RS-232
the settings.
CABLE 8 Connect to the MODEM:
• POWER ADAPTER
optional MODEM
• telephone line
MODEM DIP SWITCHES • RS-232 CABLE
OFF
9 Connect the RS-232 CABLE to the
ON
COM 2 connection on the computer.
H194_0127ACA
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
H194_0127AC

Caution
Dangerous Voltage

10 Connect:
• POWER ADAPTER to the power
8 SCREWS source
• telephone line
11 Energize the MODEM.
12 Have the TSC make a call to the
telephone number on the MODEM to
check the connection.
REAR 13 Install:
ACCESS
PANEL • 8 SCREWS
H194_0132ACA
H194_0132AC
• REAR ACCESS PANEL
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II4825-1 14 Check the voltage at the site.
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26 of 72 15 Select the correct POWER CORD for
the site.

Caution
Dangerous Voltage

16 Connect the POWER CORD to:


• CR 825/850 SYSTEM
• power source

CR 850 SYSTEM

POWER CORD
H194_0129GCA
H194_0129GC power source
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II4825-1 17 Place the system in the correct position
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27 of 72 at the site.
18 Open the FRONT DOOR.
19 Loosen the 2 LOCKING NUTS.
20 Rotate the 2 HOLD DOWN FEET until
the HOLD DOWN FEET make contact
with the floor.
FRONT DOOR 21 Tighten the 2 LOCKING NUTS.
2 HOLD DOWN FEET

2 LOCKING
NUTS

H177_0132GCA
H177_0132GC
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II4825-1 Energizing the System
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28 of 72

Laser Warning
• This equipment uses a visible red
LASER. Prevent direct exposure to the
beam from the LASER when the system
is energized.
/TEST

• Dangerous Voltage

1 Energize the system.


FRONT a Open the FRONT DOOR.
DOOR
b On the UPS, press and hold the “I/
POWER Test” until a beep sounds.
PC
c Wait 5 seconds.
d Check that the LED on the PC
LED illuminates and remains illuminated.
UPS
A B C D
e Close the FRONT DOOR.
/TEST Bypass
f Wait for the system to initialize.
Line On Line
I/Test 2 Energize the MONITOR.
On Battery

H177_0133GCB
H177_0133GC
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II4825-1 Obtaining a “Session ID”
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29 of 72
Important
You must have a “Session ID” for access to “Service Functions” and “Diagnostics”.

1 Obtain a “Session ID”, see SERVICE BULLETIN 843.

Doing the Calibration for the TOUCH SCREEN


1 From the main menu, click:
• [Key Operator Functions]
• [System Configuration]
• [Next]
• [Next]
• [Next]
• [Calibrate the Touch Screen]
2 Touch the TARGET when it moves to the 3 areas on the screen.
3 Does the cursor position change when you touch the TARGET?
Yes No
a. Touch [YES]. a. Touch [NO].
b. Continue with Step 4. b. Do Step 1 - Step 3 again.
c. If necessary, install a new
MONITOR.
4 Touch [Main Menu].
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II4825-1 Setting the Site Parameters
Page
30 of 72 1 From the main menu, touch:
• [Service Functions]
• [Network Configuration]
2 Type:
• “Local IP Address”
• “Computer/Station Name”
• “Subnet Mask”
• “Default Gateway”
• “RAS IP Address Range”
• “Network Speed/Duplex”
3 At the “Microsoft Internet Explorer” message, click [OK].

Note
The system boots.

4 If necessary, at the “AddOnInit-SUCCESS” screen, click [OK].


5 If the “Desktop” screen displays for
more than one minute, click [Restart].
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II4825-1 Setting the “User Name” and “Password”
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31 of 72
Important
You must set up the “User Name” and “Password” for all users on site.

1 At the “Login” screen, for the “User Name” and “Password”, type: SA
2 Click [Enter].
3 Obtain the password from the “System Administrator” (SA).
4 If the SA is not on site, for the SA password, type: SECURITY
5 At the “Change Password” screen, type:
• in the “Current Password” field: SA
• in the “New Password” field the password obtained from Step 3
6 Click:
• [Save Changes]
• [User Configuration]
• [Create New User]
7 At the “Add New User” screen, type:
• in the “User Name” field: AC
• in the “Password” field: 333333
• in the “Full Name” field: Kodak Applications Consultant
• in the “Employee Number” field: 123456
8 Select “Applications Consultant” for “Role”.
9 Click:
• [Save Changes]
• [OK]
10 Do Steps 6 - 9 for all other users on site.
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II4825-1 11 Click:
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32 of 72 • [Back]
• [Back]
• [Logout]
12 At the “Login” screen, type:
• in the “User Name” field: AC
• in the “Password” field: 333333
13 Click [Login].

Important
• The default password length configuration is 6 digits.
• For the Application Consultant (AC) password only, if the password length configuration is:
– more than 6 digits, you must type the number 5 at the end for the additional digits
– less that 6 digits, you must type the corresponding digits up to the password length

Example:
• for a 10-digit password length configuration, type: 3305455555
• for a password length configuration of less than 6 digits, type: 3305
14 At the “Change Password” screen, type:
• in the “Current Password” field: 333333
• in the “New Password” field: 330545
• in the “Confirm New Password” field: 330545
15 Click [Save Changes].
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II4825-1 Installing and Setting Up Optional Features
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33 of 72
Important
It might be necessary to enable upgrade options for each system.

1 From the main menu, touch:


• [Key Operator Functions]
• [System Configuration]
• [Option Registration]

2 Insert the OPTIONS DISKETTE included with the system.


3 Click [ADD UPGRADE OPTIONS].
4 Do Steps 1 - 3 again for all OPTIONS DISKETTE included with the system.
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II4825-1 Setting the “Global” Parameters
Page
34 of 72 1 From the main menu, touch:
• [Key Operator Functions]
• [System Configuration]
• [Next]
• [Next]
• [Regional Settings]

Important
If you change the “Time Zone”, you must also change the time.

2 Type:
• “Current Date and Time”
• “Time Zone”
• “Language”
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II4825-1 3 Touch:
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35 of 72 • [SAVE CHANGES]
• [BACK]
• [Previous]
• [Delivery Preferences]
• [Default Value]

4 Type:
• “Default Hospital Name”
• “Default Hospital Address”
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II4825-1 5 Touch:
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36 of 72 • [SAVE CHANGES]
• [BACK]
• [Delivery Options]

6 Select “Run in QA Mode”.

Note
“Run in QA Mode” allows the customer or user to review all images before the images are
sent to a “Destination”.
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II4825-1 7 Touch:
Page
37 of 72 • [SAVE CHANGES]
• [Back]
• [NEXT]
• [Miscellaneous]

8 Check:
• “Default Body Part” is “Chest”
• “Default Projection” is “AP”
• “Default Study Modality” is “CR”
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II4825-1 9 Touch:
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38 of 72 • [NEXT]
• [System Maintenance Defaults]

10 Check that the values are:


• “80%”
• “70%”
• “5”
11 Touch:
• [SAVE CHANGES]
• [Back]
• [Previous]
• [Previous]
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II4825-1 12 Is the Hospital Information System (HIS) and the Remote Information System (RIS) or
Page the Kodak DirectView REMOTE OPERATIONS PANEL (ROP) connected?
39 of 72
Yes No
Continue with Advance to
Setting the HIS/RIS Parameters. Adding a PRINTING DEVICE.

Setting the HIS/RIS Parameters


“Polling”
1 From the “System Configuration” screen, touch:
• [HIS/RIS - Broker Configuration]
• [PACS Common Configuration]

2 Obtain from the customer:


• “PACS Broker Port” number
• “PACS Broker / AE Title”
• “PACS Broker IP address”
• “Station Name / AE Title”
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II4825-1 3 Type the correct information in the following fields:
Page
40 of 72 • “PACS Broker Port”
• “PACS Broker / AE Title”
• “PACS Broker IP address”
4 Touch:
• [Back]
• [Polling Configuration]

Important
“Polling” is an option purchased by the customer. The values selected in this screen
determines the “Polling” of all patient information for this “Station” from the “Broker”.

5 If necessary, type the “Station Name / AE Title”.


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II4825-1 6 If necessary, select:
Page
41 of 72 • “Filter By Station Name”
• “Filter By AE Title”
7 Select or clear the check box:
“Polling” Only “Polling” and “Remote Query” “Remote Query” Only
a. Select the “Remote a. Select: a. Select the “Remote
Query Active” check box. Query Active” check box.
• “Poll Model Active”
b. Clear the “Poll Model check box b. Clear the “Poll Model
Active” check box. Active” check box.
• “Remote Query
Active” check box

Important
• If “Push” is selected, the “Minutes Between Search Updates” could be changed to 720
minutes because the “Broker” will automatically send any new patient information.
• The default times for:
– “Hours Before Current Time” = “3”
– “Hours After Current Time” = “3”
– “Minutes Between Search Updates” = “10”

8 Change the times to:


• “Hours Before Current Time” = “24”
• “Hours After Current Time” = “24”
• “Minutes Between Search Updates” = “3”
9 Touch:
• [SAVE CHANGES]
• [BACK]
• [Push Configuration]
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Important
The “Push” function is determined by the features of the “Broker”.

10 Check the “Verify and Validate” database at the TSC to identify if the “Broker” has the
“Push” function.

11 If the customer wants the “Push” option, select the “Push Connection Active” check box
at each system.
12 Type a value between 10225 - 65535 into the “PACS Push Port Number” field.
Note
• The default number is 5401.
• The same port number can be used for all systems.

13 Type any name into the “PACS Push AE Title” field except the computer name.
14 Record all the data from the “Push” screen.
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• Study Started
• Study Updated
• Study Completed

Note
If the information is not “Filtered”, the identified system will receive data for all patients.

16 Provide the information from the “Push” screen to the customer for the “Broker”
equipment.

Adding a PRINTING DEVICE


1 From the Key Operator Menu, touch:
• [Service Functions]
• [Service Utilities]
• [Stop User Interface]

Important
You must have the KEYBOARD and MOUSE connected. See “Installing the Equipment.”

2 Double-click the “MIMDUI” icon.


3 Select Connect>Connect to MiM.
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Important
• “HARD DISK” is the displayed “Destination”. The parameters must not be changed.
“HARD DISK” must not be deleted.
• For existing parameter settings, see the CR SETUP CD 7F3016.

4 At the “MIM Service Application” screen, touch:


• [Configure]
• [Destination]
5 At the “Installed Destinations” screen, touch:
• [Add]
• [Print]
• [Network]
• [Qualified]
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For PRINTERS that are not in the “Qualified
Printer List” you must see the “V and V
Database” for a “Qualified” configuration

6 At the “Choose a New Network Print


Destination” screen, select the correct
PRINTER from the list.
7 Click [OK].
8 At the “General” screen, type the
information provided by the Project
Manager.
9 Click [Next].
10 At the “General” screen, type the
correct parameters.
11 Click [Next].
12 In the “Media” screen, select the
correct:
• “Media Size”
• “Media Type”
13 Touch [Next].
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46 of 72 Important
• For the configuration of a PRINTER that
has 2 or more film sizes, each film size
must be configured with a separate
“Destination”.
• The numbers that the “Media” screen
display might not match the numbers
displayed in the screen.

14 In the “Media” screen, select all the


types that the customer uses.
15 Touch [Finish].

Note
• Only change the default numbers for
qualified “Destinations” when instructed
by the TSC.
• If an item is not checked in the “Media”
or “Supported Items” screens, the
customer will not have access to that
item.
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II4825-1 16 In the “DICOM” screen, type the correct
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17 Touch [Next].

18 At the “Supported Items” screen, check


that the correct items are selected.
19 Touch [Next].
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II4825-1 20 At the “Interpolation” screen, check that
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48 of 72 the correct items are selected. See the
“V and V Database” or the CR SETUP
CD 7F3016
21 Touch [Next].

22 At the “Format Types” screen, check


that the correct items are selected.
23 Touch [Next].
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II4825-1 24 At the “Formatting” screen, check that
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49 of 72 the correct items are selected.
25 Touch [Next].

26 At the “Image Processing” screen,


check that the correct items are
selected.
27 Touch [Next].
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II4825-1 28 At the “AUTORAD” screen, click the
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50 of 72 “SCU” tab
29 At the “SCU” screen, check that the
correct items are selected.
30 Touch [Next].

31 At the “M952 Usage” screen, check that


the correct items are selected.
32 Touch [Finish].
33 To add more “Print Destinations”, do
Steps 6 - 32 again.
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Important
Some systems do not support “DICOM ECHO” if the “Ping” function is disabled.

1 Check that the configuration of the “Destination” is correct.


a At the “Service Application” screen, click “Diagnostics/Network”.
b Select:
• “Ping”
• “DICOM ECHO”
• “Run”
c Type the information for the new “Destination”:
• “IP address”
• “Port Number”
• “AE Title”
d Click [OK].
e If “Passed” displays, click [Cancel] from the “Network Diagnostics” screen and
continue with Step 2.
f If “Passed” does not display, check:
• “Destinations” are correct
• customer network is operating correctly
• PRINTER is energized and set to receive information from the system
g Click [Cancel] from the “Network Diagnostics” screen.
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II4825-1 2 At the “Installed Destinations” window, touch:
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52 of 72 • [Add]
• [Store]
• [Network]
• [Qualified]
3 Touch [OK].
4 At the “General” window, type:
• “Logical Name”
• “IP Address”
5 Touch [Finish].
6 In the “DICOM Information” window,
type the correct information:
• “Port Number”
• “AE Title”
• “Response Message”
7 Touch:
• [OK]
• [Set]
8 At the “Installed Destinations” window,
click [Close].
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II4825-1 9 Check that the configuration of the “Destination” is correct.
Page
53 of 72 a At the “Service Application” window, select “Diagnostics/Network”.
b Select:
• “Ping”
• “Dicom Echo”
• “Run”
c Type the information for the new “Destination”:
• “IP address”
• “AE Title”
• “Port Number”
d Touch [OK].
e If “Passed” displays, advance to Step g.
f If “Passed does not display, check:
• “Destinations” are correct
• customer network is operating
• STORAGE DEVICE is energized and is set to receive information
g Select “Cancel” from the “Network Diagnostics” window.
10 If all “Destinations” were set, from the “Service Applications” window touch:
• [Connect]
• [Save Configuration]
11 At the prompt, store the data to the MIM DISK.
12 Close the “Service Applications” window.
13 Double-click the “CR Shutdown” icon.
14 Energize the CR 975 SYSTEM.
15 From the main menu touch [Key Operator Functions].
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II4825-1 16 Check that the new “Destinations” are correct.
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54 of 72 17 Do you want to modify the “Existing Profile”?
Yes No
Touch: Touch:
• [Make Appropriate] • [Default]
• [Save Changes] • [Save Changes]
• [Configuration] • [Configuration]
• [Save Configuration] • [Save Configuration]
• [Connect] • [Connect]
• [Exit] • [Exit]
• “CR Shutdown” icon • “CR Shutdown” icon

Setting the Profile Destination Configuration


1 From the main menu, touch:
• [Key Operator Functions]
• [System Configuration]
• [Profile Destination]
• [Modify Existing]
2 Obtain the default “Destinations” from your customer.
3 Touch:
• [Save Profile]
• [Back]
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II4825-1 Enabling the BAR CODE READER
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1 From the main menu, touch:
• [Key Operator Functions]
• [System Configuration]
2 Touch:
• [Next]
• [Bar Code Configuration]
• [Set Country Code]
3 Select the correct option from the list.
4 Touch:
• [BACK]
• [Program Bar Code Scanner]
• [CONFIGURE COUNTRY CODE]
5 Use the BAR CODE READER to read
the bar codes in sequence from the top
of the screen to the bottom of the
screen.
6 Touch [BACK].
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56 of 72 7 Obtain the mode information from the customer.
8 Touch [Code 39 Full ASCII Mode].
9 Use the BAR CODE READER to read
the correct bar code:
• “Code 39 Full ASCII ON”
• “Code 39 Full ASCII OFF”
10 Touch [BACK].

“Automatic Trigger” and “Manual Trigger”

Important
• “Automatic Trigger” indicates that the BAR CODE READER is continually “On”.
• “Manual Trigger” indicates that the BAR CODE READER operates when the TRIGGER is
actuated.

11 Touch [CONFIGURE AUTOMATIC TRIGGER].


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13 Touch [BACK].

“Prefix and Suffix”


14 Touch [CONFIGURE PREFIX SUFFIX].
15 Use the BAR CODE READER to read
the bar codes in the sequence, 1 - 7.
16 Touch [Next].
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18 Touch [Next].

19 Use the BAR CODE READER to read


the test bar code.
20 Does the screen display:
“Valid Scan” “Invalid Scan”
Continue with Do Step 14 -
Step 21. Step 20 again.
21 Touch [BACK].
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II4825-1 Setting the Requirements Fields
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59 of 72 1 Obtain from your customer, the required fields to be complete for a patients study.
2 From the main menu, touch:
• [Key Operator Functions]
• [Required Fields]
3 Select the fields obtained in Step 1.
4 Touch:
• [Save]
• [Back]
• [Next]

Configuring the MONITOR


1 Obtain the model information from the back of the MONITOR.
2 From the main menu, touch:
• [Key Operator Functions]
• [System Configuration]
• [Next]
• [Next]
• [Configure Monitor]
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3 At the “Configure Monitor” screen, select the correct MONITOR from the list.
4 Touch:
• [SUBMIT]
• [MAIN MENU]

Doing the Configuration for the Kodak DirectView CR LONG-LENGTH


IMAGING SYSTEM
1 Is the CR LONG-LENGTH IMAGING SYSTEM installed with your system?
Yes No
a. Configure your system for the CR LONG- Continue with Storing the Setup
LENGTH IMAGING SYSTEM. See the Data.
SERVICE MANUAL for the Kodak DirectView
CR LONG-LENGTH IMAGING SYSTEM
SM1971-1.
b. Continue with Storing the Setup Data.
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II4825-1 Storing the Setup Data
Page
61 of 72 1 From the main menu, touch:
• [Key Operator Functions]
• [System Configuration]
• [Save All Configurations]

2 Obtain an empty user reference DISKETTE from the customer.


3 Insert the DISKETTE into the computer.
4 Touch:
• [Floppy]
• [OK]
5 Remove and store the user reference DISKETTE at the installation site.
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Important
• The site must not use the Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP). DHCP changes the IP
address of the RPDES or the Kodak DirectView REMOTE OPERATIONS PANEL (ROP)
for the following conditions:
– “Site System Shutdown”
– “Site Boot”
– “Site License Expiration”
• The site must provide an IP address that does not change the application computer for
the RPDES.
• The RPDES is an option purchased by the customer.

1 Check:
• system is connected to the site network
• computer must have:
– Microsoft INTERNET EXPLORER 5.0 or higher installed
– Windows 98 or Windows NT 4.0 OPERATING SYSTEM
• options for the RPDES must be actuated from the OPTIONS DISKETTE
• KEYBOARD and MOUSE
2 Insert the OPTIONS DISKETTE.
3 Install the option for the RPDES through the “Upgradeable Options” screen.
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63 of 72 1 Log on with the key operator information.
2 From the main menu, touch:
• [Key Operator Functions]
• [System Configuration]
• [NEXT]
• [External Devices]
• [Kodak Remote Operation Panel Setup]

Note
The IP address for each connected ROP and RPDES displays.

3 Type the IP address for the computer.


4 Touch [SAVE CHANGES].
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64 of 72 1 Double-click the “Internet Explorer” icon.
2 At “http://”, type the IP address for the system.
3 Click [Enter].
4 Add the address to the “Favorites” menu.

Caution
If you press [Submit] without typing information, blank records are sent to the system.

5 Type the patient information.


6 Click [Submit].
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II4825-1 Making a SHORTCUT for the RPDES
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65 of 72 1 Select New>SHORTCUT.
2 Click [Browse].
3 Locate the “IEXPLORE.exe” file.

Important
The “-k” option allows Microsoft INTERNET EXPLORER to operate in full screen mode.

4 Add the IP address for the system to the end of the line.

Note
The IP address for the system in this example is 129.126.6.62.
Example: “C:\Program Files\Plus!\MicrosoftInternet\IEXPLORE.EXE -k http://129.126.6.62/
RPDES”

5 Click [Next].
6 Select a name for the new SHORTCUT.
7 Click [Finish].
8 Double-click the “SHORTCUT” icon to check that it operates correctly.
9 Press [Ctrl] + [W] to exit.

Setting the Host File for the Kodak DirectView CAPTURE LINK SYSTEM.
1 Is your system part of the Kodak DirectView CAPTURE LINK SYSTEM?
Yes No
Continue with Step 2. Advance to Step 7.
2 Select C:>winnt>system32>drivers>etc\hosts.
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3 Use the “Notepad” to open the “Hosts File”.


4 Type the name and IP address of:
• Kodak DirectView CAPTURE LINK SERVER
• all devices in the CAPTURE LINK SYSTEM
5 Select File>Save.
6 Close the window.
7 Click the “Restart” icon.

Installing the Kodak DirectView REMOTE OPERATIONS PANEL (ROP)


1 Install the ROP. See the INSTALLATIONS INSTRUCTIONS for the Kodak DirectView
REMOTE OPERATIONS PANEL 5E2249.
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II4825-1 Checking the Operation
Page
67 of 72 1 From the main menu, touch:
• [Key Operator]
• [SMPTE Test Pattern]
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II4825-1 2 Touch [CREATE 35 x 43 cm SMPTE].
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68 of 72 3 Send the SMPTE test pattern to a each PRINTER.
4 Locate a DENSITOMETER at the customer site.
5 From the PRINTER, use the DENSITOMETER to measure the density of the gray
patches of the SMPTE test pattern from 0% - 100%, .

SMPTE AIM 6 Record each gray patch measurement.


Tolerance
Gray Patch Density 7 Compare the measurement to the AIM
0% 3.00 +/-0.10 density and the tolerance.
10% 2.75 +/-0.10
20% 2.44 +/-0.10
30% 2.16 +/-0.10
40% 1.88 +/-0.10
50% 1.61 +/-0.10
60% 1.33 +/-0.10
70% 1.05 +/-0.10
80% 0.77 +/-0.10
90% 0.49 +/-0.10
100% 0.21 +/-0.10
8 Do all measured densities match the AIM density +/-0.10?
Yes No
Continue with Step 9. a. Check that the MIM “Destinations” are set correctly.
b. Ask the customer to make a call to the equipment
service representative for the PRINTER.
c. Continue with Step 9.
9 From the system, touch [Back].
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Important
• You must have approval before sending the SMPTE test pattern.
• Sending a SMPTE test pattern directly to the “Hospital Archive” can cause the
WORKSTATION to lock.
• The tolerance of the “AIM density” can increase or decrease to match the customer
specifications and the WORKSTATION.
• Each gray patch displayed must be the size of the PROBE CUP.

10 Send the SMPTE test pattern to each WORKSTATION “destination”.


11 Use the PHOTOMETER to measure the luminance of the gray patches of the SMPTE
test pattern from 0% - 100% on the WORKSTATION MONITOR.
a. Place the PHOTOMETER PROBE on a flat surface to prevent light from being
detected.
b. Energize the PHOTOMETER.
c. Press “UNITS” until the PHOTOMETER displays “fL”.
d. Press “ZERO” until the PHOTOMETER displays “0.00 fL”.
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70 of 72 Gray Patch Luminance 13 Compare the measurement to the AIM
0% 0.12 +/-0.05 luminance and the tolerance.
10% 0.35 +/-0.05
20% 0.76 +/-0.05
30% 1.46 +/-0.05
40% 2.71 +/-0.05
50% 4.86 +/-0.05
60% 8.59 +/-0.05
70% 15.26 +/-0.05
80% 26.36 +/-0.05
90% 46.36 +/-0.05
100% 80.00 +/-0.05
14 Do all measured luminance match the AIM luminance +/-0.05?
Yes No
Continue with Step 15. • Ask the customer to make a call to the equipment
service representive for the WORKSTATION to do a
calibration of the WORKSTATION.
• Continue with Step 15.
15 From the “Diagnostic Menu”, run the [Autolooper Test] 10 times for each size
CASSETTE.
16 Use the Kodak DirectView TOTAL QUALITY TOOL to test and adjust the output image
quality.
17 Check that the software version is 3.0 or higher for the ROP. For more information, see
the INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS for the Kodak DirectView REMOTE OPERATIONS
PANEL (ROP) 5E2249.
18 Do the Field Service Installation Checklist for the CR SYSTEM 6F5825.
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II4825-1 19 Record the following for feedback to the Kodak Scan Plus CUSTOMER SERVICE
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• total scan counts
• “XN” for the “Activity Code”
• any problems occurred with the installation
• RAM “Activity Code”
• necessary “MGC” or “VC”
• “ST” or any other code
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