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SERVICE MANUAL
Service Manual
MF-BRMN-05

Revision 002 (January 2011)


© Copyright 2011 by MEDI-FUTURE Inc.
Do not duplicate. All rights reserved.

Call Center: +82-1577-0146

MEDI-FUTURE, Inc.
Suite 1401, Biz-center, SK(n) Technopark 191-1,
SangdaewonDong, Jungwon-Gu, Sungnam-Shi,
Gyounggi-Do, 462-721, South Korea
Tel: +82-31-776-0145
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Service Manual
MF-BRMN-05
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Revision 002 (January 2011)


© Copyright 2011 by MEDI-FUTURE Inc.
Do not duplicate. All rights reserved.

Call Center: +82-1577-0146

MEDI-FUTURE, Inc.
Suite 1401, Biz-center, SK(n) Technopark 191-1,
SangdaewonDong, Jungwon-Gu, Sungnam-Shi,
Gyounggi-Do, 462-721, South Korea
Tel: +82-31-776-0145
Fax: +82-31-776-0150
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Block Diagrams. .......................................................................................................... 19

1.1 AC Connection ......................................................................................................... 19

1.2 DC Connection ......................................................................................................... 20

1.3 CONTROL BOARD Connection ............................................................................... 21

1.4 Detector Connection ................................................................................................. 22

Chapter 2. Brestige Control Board Functional Overview ............................................................. 33

2.1 Workstation Control Board............................................................................................. 33

2.2 Press Control Board ......................................................................................................... 36

2.3 C&G Control Board .......................................................................................................... 39

2.4 C-Arm Inside Board ......................................................................................................... 41

2.5 C-Arm Outside Board ....................................................................................................... 43

2.6 Gantry Outside Board ...................................................................................................... 45

2.7 Workstation Fuse Board................................................................................................... 47

2.8 Gantry Fuse Board ........................................................................................................... 49

2.9 Sub Display Board ........................................................................................................... 51

2.10 Paddle Sensor Board A.................................................................................................. 52

2.11 Paddle Sensor Board B.................................................................................................. 53

2.12 C-Arm Rotation Board .................................................................................................... 54

2.13 Grid Sub Board .............................................................................................................. 55

2.14 Press Amp Board ........................................................................................................... 56

2.15 Motor Sensor Board ....................................................................................................... 57

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2.16 Workstation Key Board .................................................................................................. 58

2.17 Workstation Power Key Board ....................................................................................... 59

2.18 C-Arm Motor Key Board ................................................................................................. 60

2.19 C-Arm Head Key Board ................................................................................................. 61

2.20 Biopsy Key Board .......................................................................................................... 62

Chapter 3. Brestige Cover Removal .............................................................................................. 65

3.1 Workstation Front cover ................................................................................................... 65

3.2 Workstation Rear Cover ................................................................................................... 66

3.3 Workstation Side Cover ................................................................................................... 67

3.4 Gantry Cover ................................................................................................................... 68

3.5 Bottom Detector Cover..................................................................................................... 69

3.6 Sub Display Cover ........................................................................................................... 70

3.7 Compression Cover ......................................................................................................... 72

3.8 C-ARM Head Cover ......................................................................................................... 77

3. 9 Generator Cover ............................................................................................................. 79

Chapter 4. Parts Removal ............................................................................................................. 83

4.1 Workstation Monitor ......................................................................................................... 83

4.2 Keyboard & Mouse .......................................................................................................... 84

4.3 X-ray Tube ....................................................................................................................... 85

4.4 Detector ........................................................................................................................... 87

4.5 Collimator......................................................................................................................... 89

4.6 Collimator Lamp ............................................................................................................... 90

4.7 Collimator Lamp Inverter .................................................................................................. 91

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4.8 C-ARM Up/Down Motor ................................................................................................... 92

4.9 C-ARM Rotation Motor ..................................................................................................... 93

4.10 C-ARM Moving Inverter .................................................................................................. 94

4.11 Compression Motor ........................................................................................................ 96

4.12 Side Handle ................................................................................................................... 98

Chapter 5. Calibration ................................................................................................................. 103

5.1 Generator Calibration ..................................................................................................... 103

5.2 Detector Calibration ....................................................................................................... 106

Chapter 6. Maintenance Mode .................................................................................................... 115

6.1 Maintenance Mode ........................................................................................................ 115

6.2 Brestation Control .......................................................................................................... 118

6.3 Auto Release Mode ....................................................................................................... 120

6.4 C-Arm and Gantry Moving Speed .................................................................................. 121

6.5 Magni. Paddle Calibration .............................................................................................. 122

6.6 Compression Calibration ................................................................................................ 125

6.7 Collimator Mode Setup................................................................................................... 131

6.8 Miscellaneous ................................................................................................................ 134

6.9 Generator....................................................................................................................... 137

6.10 C-ARM ......................................................................................................................... 139

6.11 Filter Speed ................................................................................................................. 143

6.12 Mirror Speed ................................................................................................................ 145

Chapter 7. Error Codes ............................................................................................................... 149

7.1 System Error Codes ....................................................................................................... 149

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7.2 Generator Error Codes................................................................................................... 150

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List of Figures
Figure 1-1. AC Flow Chart ............................................................................................................ 19

Figure 1-2. DC Flow Chart ............................................................................................................ 20

Figure 1-3. Control Board Flow Chart............................................................................................ 21

Figure 1-4. Detector Wiring ........................................................................................................... 22

Figure 1-5. SMAM Detector Interface ............................................................................................ 23

Figure 1-6. SMAM II Wiring Diagram............................................................................................. 25

Figure 1-7. System Block Diagram ................................................................................................ 29

Figure 1-8. System Block Diagram ................................................................................................ 30

Figure 2-1. Workstation Control Board Lay Out ............................................................................. 33

Figure 2-2. Press Control Board Lay-out ....................................................................................... 36

Figure 2-3. C&G Control Board Lay-out ........................................................................................ 39

Figure 2-4. C-Arm Inside Board Lay-out........................................................................................ 41

Figure 2-5. C-Arm Outside Board.................................................................................................. 43

Figure 2-6. Gantry Outside Board ................................................................................................. 45

Figure 2-7. Workstation Fuse Board Lay-out ................................................................................. 47

Figure 2-8. Gantry Fuse Board Lay-out ......................................................................................... 49

Figure 2-9. Sub Display Board Lay-out ......................................................................................... 51

Figure 2-10. Paddle Sensor Board A............................................................................................. 52

Figure 2-11. Paddle Sensor Board B Lay-out ................................................................................ 53

Figure 2-12. C-Arm Rotation Board Lay-out .................................................................................. 54

Figure 2-13. Grid Sub Board Lay-out ............................................................................................ 55

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Figure 2-14. Press Amp Board Lay-out ......................................................................................... 56

Figure 2-15. Motor Sensor Board .................................................................................................. 57

Figure 2-16. Workstation Key Board Lay-out................................................................................. 58

Figure 2-17. Workstation Power Key Board Lay-out...................................................................... 59

Figure 2-18. C-Arm Motor Key Board Lay-out ............................................................................... 60

Figure 2-19. C-Arm Head Key Board Lay-out................................................................................ 61

Figure 2-20. Biopsy Key Board Lay-out......................................................................................... 62

Figure 3-1. Acquisition Workstation Front Cover ........................................................................... 65

Figure 3-2. Fan Power Connector ................................................................................................. 66

Figure 3-3. Acquisition Workstation Rear Cover ............................................................................ 66

Figure 3-4. Side Cover Removal ................................................................................................... 67

Figure 3-5. The back side of Gantry .............................................................................................. 68

Figure 3-6. Bottom Detector Cover ............................................................................................... 69

Figure 3-7. Compression Knob ..................................................................................................... 70

Figure 3-8. Left/Right Sub Display Cover ...................................................................................... 71

Figure 3-9. Snap Ring and Compression Knob Bar....................................................................... 72

Figure 3-10. Compression Device after removing the Compression Knob Bar .............................. 73

Figure 3-11. Head button and stereotactic movement ................................................................... 73

Figure 3-12. Screws on the Compression Cover (Back/Front) ...................................................... 74

Figure 3-13. Front Compression Cover ......................................................................................... 75

Figure 3-14. Compression Cover .................................................................................................. 75

Figure 3-15. Screws on the Bottom Detector Cover ...................................................................... 76

Figure 3-16. Removing Face Shield Bracket ................................................................................. 77

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Figure 3-17. Screws on the Gantry Head ...................................................................................... 77

Figure 3-18. Screws on the Back of the Head Case ...................................................................... 78

Figure 3-19. Fan Power Connector ............................................................................................... 78

Figure 3-20. Generator Cover ....................................................................................................... 79

Figure 4-1. Workstation Monitor .................................................................................................... 83

Figure 4-2. (1)Keyboard (2)Mouse USB Ports............................................................................... 84

Figure 4-3. Holes for Keyboard/Mouse Cables .............................................................................. 84

Figure 4-4. X-ray Tube .................................................................................................................. 85

Figure 4-5. High-tension Cable, Control Cable and Ground Terminal............................................ 85

Figure 4-6. Bracket Fastener Bolts ................................................................................................ 86

Figure 4-7. Protection Cover ......................................................................................................... 87

Figure 4-8. Connected Cords to the Detector. ............................................................................... 88

Figure 4-9. Detector Removal ....................................................................................................... 88

Figure 4-10. Screws on the Collimator .......................................................................................... 89

Figure 4-11. Collimation Removal ................................................................................................. 89

Figure 4-12. Screws on the Lamp Cover ....................................................................................... 90

Figure 4-13. Lamp Removal .......................................................................................................... 90

Figure 4-14. The Inverter .............................................................................................................. 91

Figure 4-15. Inverter Removal....................................................................................................... 92

Figure 4-16. C-ARM Up/Down Motor ............................................................................................ 92

Figure 4-17. Screws on the C-ARM Up/Down Motor. .................................................................... 92

Figure 4-18. C-ARM Rotation Motor .............................................................................................. 93

Figure 4-19. Screws on the C-ARM Rotation Motor ...................................................................... 93

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Figure 4-20. C-ARM Moving Inverters ........................................................................................... 94

Figure 4-21. C-ARM Up/down Inverter .......................................................................................... 95

Figure 4-22. C-ARM Rotation Inverter ........................................................................................... 95

Figure 4-23. Motor Belt ................................................................................................................. 96

Figure 4-24. Compression Motor Power Connector ...................................................................... 97

Figure 4-25. Compression Motor Screws ...................................................................................... 97

Figure 4-26. Handle Switch Cover ................................................................................................ 98

Figure 4-27. Bottom Handle Cover ................................................................................................ 99

Figure 4-28. Bottom Handle Removal ........................................................................................... 99

Figure 5-1. Service Mode Activation............................................................................................ 103

Figure 5-2. MXR Service Mode Menu ......................................................................................... 104

Figure 5-3. mA Calibration Mode ................................................................................................ 105

Figure 5-4. PMMA Block Installation ........................................................................................... 106

Figure 5-5. Acquisition with Drgem ............................................................................................. 109

Figure 5-7. Image without PMMA Block ...................................................................................... 111

Figure 6-1. Brestation Main Screen ............................................................................................. 115

Figure 6-2. Maintenance Mode Log-in......................................................................................... 116

Figure 6-3. The Maintenance Mode Window ............................................................................... 117

Figure 6-4. Brestation Control ..................................................................................................... 118

Figure 6-5. System Shutdown After Brestation Exit ..................................................................... 119

Figure 6-6. Auto Release Mode .................................................................................................. 120

Figure 6-7. C-Arm and Gantry Moving Speed ............................................................................. 121

Figure 6-8. Magni. Paddle Calibration ......................................................................................... 122

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Figure 6-9. Magnification Platform Height Setting ....................................................................... 123

Figure 6-10. x1.5 and x1.8 buttons .............................................................................................. 123

Figure 6-11. x1.8 Magnification Setup ......................................................................................... 124

Figure 6-12. x1.5 Magnification Setup ......................................................................................... 124

Figure 6-13. Compression Calibrator .......................................................................................... 125

Figure 6-14. Electronic Scale Setup ............................................................................................ 126

Figure 6-15. Compression Calibration ......................................................................................... 127

Figure 6-16a. Electronic Scale Display........................................................................................ 128

Figure 6-16b. Brestige Main Display ........................................................................................... 128

Figure 6-17. Press Control Board................................................................................................ 129

Figure 6-18. Compression Paddle Height Calibration – Start Button ........................................... 130

Figure 6-19. Compression Paddle Height Calibration – End Button ............................................ 130

Figure 6-20. Collimation Calibrator .............................................................................................. 131

Figure 6-21. Collimator Modes .................................................................................................... 132

Figure 6-22. Collimator Calibrator – 2 Mode................................................................................ 132

Figure 6-23. X, Y and Z Shutters................................................................................................. 133

Figure 6-24. Collimator Calibrator – Send Button ........................................................................ 133

Figure 6-25. Etc. ......................................................................................................................... 134

Figure 6-26. Lamp Timeout Limit ................................................................................................ 135

Figure 6-27. DE-Comp. Height Limit ........................................................................................... 135

Figure 6-28. Compression Max Value ......................................................................................... 136

Figure 6-29. Generator Setup ..................................................................................................... 137

Figure 6-30. Generator Condition Information ............................................................................. 138

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Figure 6-31. C-Arm Setup for Stereotactic Biopsy ....................................................................... 139

Figure 6-32. C-Arm Setup for Stereotactic Biopsy – Enable/Disable buttons............................... 139

Figure 6-33. C-Arm Origin Calibration ......................................................................................... 140

Figure 6-34. C-Arm Origin Calibration – Start Button .................................................................. 141

Figure 6-35. C-Arm in the vertically upright position. ................................................................... 141

Figure 6-36. C-Arm Origin Calibration – End Button.................................................................... 142

Figure 6-37. Filter Speed Setup .................................................................................................. 143

Figure 6-38. Filter Speed Setup – Filter Duty .............................................................................. 144

Figure 6-39. Filter Speed Setup – Send Button ........................................................................... 144

Figure 6-40. Mirror Speed Setup ................................................................................................. 145

Figure 6-41. Mirror Speed Setup – Mirror Duty ........................................................................... 146

Figure 6-42. Mirror Speed Setup – Send Button ......................................................................... 146

List of Tables
Table 1-1. SMAM II Electrical Characteristics ............................................................................... 23

Table 1-2. SMAM II Detector Power Requirements and Consumption .......................................... 24

Table 1-3. Detector Optimal Temperature and Humidity ............................................................... 24

Table 1-4. Power Input Connector Pinout ..................................................................................... 26

Table 1-5. System Interface Connector Pinout .............................................................................. 27

Table 1-6. Base-Plate Power Cable .............................................................................................. 28

Table 2-1. Workstation Control Board Connections....................................................................... 35

Table 2-2. Press Control Board Connections ................................................................................ 38

Table 2-3. C&G Board Connections .............................................................................................. 40


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Table 2-4. C-Arm Inside Board Connections ................................................................................. 42

Table 2-5. C-Arm Outside Board Connections .............................................................................. 44

Table 2-6. Gantry Outside Board Connections .............................................................................. 46

Table 2-7. Workstation Fuse Board Connections .......................................................................... 48

Table 2-8. Gantry Fuse Board Description .................................................................................... 50

Table 2-9. Sub Display Board Connections ................................................................................... 51

Table 2-10. Paddle Sensor Board A Description ........................................................................... 52

Table 2-11. C-Arm Rotation Board Connections ........................................................................... 54

Table 2-12. Grid Sub Board Connections ...................................................................................... 55

Table 2-13. Press Amp Board Connections .................................................................................. 56

Table 2-14. Motor Sensor Board Connection ................................................................................ 57

Table 2-15. Workstation Key Board .............................................................................................. 58

Table 2-16. Workstation Power Key Board Description ................................................................. 59

Table 2-17. C-Arm Motor Key Board Connections ........................................................................ 60

Table 2-18. C-Arm Head Key Board Connections ......................................................................... 61

Table 2-19. Biopsy Key Board Connections .................................................................................. 62

Table 7-1. System Error Codes ................................................................................................... 149

Table 7-1. Generator Error Codes............................................................................................... 150

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Chapter 1. Block Diagrams


Chapter 1. Block Diagrams. ................................................................................. 19

1.1 AC Connection ................................................................................ 19

1.2 DC Connection ................................................................................ 20

1.3 CONTROL BOARD Connection ...................................................... 21

1.4 Detector Connection ........................................................................ 22

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Chapter 1. Block Diagrams.

1.1 AC Connection

Figure 1-1. AC Flow Chart

1.1.1 Chart Description


1. Input Power
1. Alternating Current (AC) input flows in the Trans via the Fuse and Filter.
2. The AC is converted to 220V, 24V and 48V by the Trans and flows into the Fuse
Board.
2. Power Distribution (Acquisition Workstation)
 220V from the Fuse board supplies power to the UPS, LCD and Workstation.
 The UPS supplies power to the PC.
3. Power Distribution (Gantry)
 220V supplies power to the Gantry and 24V and 48V supply Gantry Clutch with power.

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1.2 DC Connection

Figure 1-2. DC Flow Chart

1.2.1 Chart Description


1. Input Power
 Alternating Current (AC) Input is converted to 5V, 12V and 24V Direct Current (DC)
Via the SMPS.
2. Power Distribution (W/S)
 W/S Control Board and Key Control Board are supplied with 5V DC and 12V DC.
3. Power Distribution (Gantry)
 The PRESSURE SMPS supplies power to the Pressure Control Board MCU, which is
used to power the Compression Device and TFT-LCD (Main Display).
 The C&G SMPS supplies power to the Collimator and Grid Control Board MCU, which
are used for moving the Collimator and Grid respectively.

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1.3 CONTROL BOARD Connection

Figure 1-3. Control Board Flow Chart

1.3.1 Control Board


1. W/S Control Board
 The main functions of the Workstation Control Board are power control, data interface
control and generator interface control.
2. Pressure Control Board
 The main functions of the Pressure Control Board are Gantry moving, C-ARM rotation,
pressure control and TFT-LCD display.
3. C&G Control Board
 The main function of the C&G Control Board is controlling the Collimator and Grid.

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1.4 Detector Connection

Figure 1-4. Detector Wiring

1.4.1 General Description


The SMAM II Detector provides the following functions:

Generating grayscale images based on X-rays applied to the Active Area of the panel

Supporting inter-operation between various subsystems of the mammography system

Providing self-diagnostics and monitoring to verify detector operation.

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SMAM II Assembly
SMAM II Assembly

System
Command RS-232 RS-442 System
Command Interface Interface Signaling
Interface Signaling
Interface Micro-Controller Interface
Interface

High Voltage Sensor


Control Monitoring
Flash ROM NVSRAM
Power
Power
Supply
DC/AC Module Supply

0 ~ 3 kV Selenium Coated Frame Buffer


High Voltage Readout Video Link
TFT Panel Circuitry Video
Supply Circuitry OutputLink
(2016 x 2816 pixels) Output
64 ~ 256 MB SDRAM

Figure 1-5. SMAM Detector Interface

1.4.2 Electrical Characteristics


Table 1-1 and Table 1-2 are overviews of the SMAM II detector’s electrical characteristics
and the SMAM II detector’s power requirements and consumption, respectively.

Table 1-1. SMAM II Electrical Characteristics

Interface Description/Specification

a. Command and Programming RS-232 compliant signals

b. System Signaling RS-422/485 or LVDS compliant signals

Proprietary interface with physical layer based


Video Output
on Agilent's HDMP 1032A/1034A chipset.

c. High Voltage Supply External

d. HV Supply output 0 to +/- 3kV @ 500 A

Power Consumption
e. < 25 W
(Detector Only)

Power Consumption (Detector


f. < 35 W
and HV Power Supply)

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Table 1-2. SMAM II Detector Power Requirements and Consumption

Voltage Max Current Voltage Ripple

a. +5 V +/- 5% 2.0 A 100 mV

b. +6 V +/- 5% 1.1 A 100mV

250 mA
c. +15V +/- 5% 5 mV
450 mA (with DC/AC Module)

d. -15V +/- 5% 250 mA 5 mV


20 mA
e. +24V +/- 5% 50 mV
300 mA (with HV Power Supply)

1.4.3 Cooling the Detector


The SMAM II Detector environment needs to be controlled. Table 1-3 describes the
necessary detector temperature conditions for optimal image quality.

Table 1-3. Detector Optimal Temperature and Humidity

Parameter Optimal conditions

a. Absolute Detector Temperature Range 5°C to 45°C


†‡
b. Recommended Detector Temperature Range 12°C to 37°C

c. Maximum Deviation from Calibration Temperature 7°C

d. Maximum temperature gradient during operation 10°C in 20 minutes

e. Operating Humidity Up to 90% non-condensing

f. Storage Temperature 5°C to 45°C

g. Storage Humidity Up to 90% non-condensing

h. Atmospheric pressure range 700hPa to 1060 hPa

10 minutes for imaging


i. Warm-up period from power-up
30 minutes for calibration

Image quality characteristics are guaranteed only under these specifications. Exceeding these
specifications may require the detector to be recalibrated.
‡ Relates to detector temperature, not room temperature.

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1.4.4 Connectivity

Figure 1-6 describes the interconnectivity between the SMAM II Detector, High Voltage
Power Supply and DC/AC Module, as well as the reference for each connector. The pinout
of each connector is detailed in the following sections.
All connections should use shielded wire or shielded multi-conductor cables.

Power To Low Voltage


1
Input Power Supply

SMAM II
Detector Ass’y Base-Plate DC/AC
2 3
Power Module
(Anrad P/N #100-00751) High Voltage
(Anrad P/N
HV Control #100-00823) Power Supply
4 4
& Power (Anrad P/N #100-00792)
5 (Anrad P/N #100-00792)

}
High Speed
Image Link { 6
To Workstation
Interface Module

System Interface 7

High Voltage Input 8

1 AMP 640584-1 5 EDAC 305-020-520-202


2 MOLEX 43640-0300 + 43031-0007 6 LEMO EPL.00.250.NTN
3 AMP 640457-2 7 AMP 787171-5
4 AMP 1-640457-0 8 AMP 51494-2

Figure 1-6. SMAM II Wiring Diagram

1. Power Input
The power input connector is AMP 640584-1.

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Table 1-4. Power Input Connector Pinout

Pin # Power Input Pin # Power Input

1 +5V 5 AGND

2 DGND 6 AGND

3 +15V 7 +24V

4 -15V 8 +6V

2. System Interface
The System Interface connector is AMP 787171-5. Table 1-4 describes the signals
allocated on each pin. The pins marked reserved should not be connected and should be
left at high-impedance. The functions of these signals are described in section.

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Table 1-5. System Interface Connector Pinout

Pin # Signal Name Direction Pin # Signal Name Direction

1 GND 26 GND

2 † I 27 † I
PREP + PREP -

3 ERROR+ O 28 ERROR- O

4 HVON+ O 29 HVON- O

5 † O 30 † O
EXPOSE + EXPOSE -
6 STATE+ O 31 STATE- O

7 IO5+ Reserved 32 IO5- Reserved

8 IO6+ Reserved 33 IO6- Reserved

9 IO7+ O (Reserved) 34 IO7- O(Reserved)

10 RESET+ I 35 RESET- I

11 READY+ O 36 READY- O

12 TXD1 O 37 GND

13 RTS1 O 38 GND

14 RXD1 I 39 GND

15 CTS1 I 40 GND

16 TXD2 O 41 GND

17 RTS2 O 42 GND

18 RXD2 I 43 GND

19 CTS2 I 44 GND

20 SHUTDOWN+ I 45 SHUTDOWN- I

21 RESERVED Reserved 46 RESERVED Reserved

22 RESERVED Reserved 47 RESERVED Reserved

23 RESERVED Reserved 48 RESERVED Reserved

24 NEG_HV_ADJ O (Reserved) 49 POS_HV_ADJ O (Reserved)

25 S_BOOT I 50 RESERVED

†The PREP +, PREP -, EXPOSE + and EXPOSE - are used only when using the simple signaling
interface for evaluation purposes.
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3. High Voltage Control & Power Cable


The high voltage control connector is AMP 1-640457-0 both on the SMAM II Detector
and on the AC/DC Module.

The suggested cable to be used is Belden cable 9540-060 and connectors AMP 1-
643814-0. All pins are connected 1 to 1 on both connectors.

4. Base-Plate Power Cable


The connector for the base-plate power on the SMAM II Detector is MOLEX 43640-0300
with 43031-0007 pins. The connector for the base-plate power on the DC/AC Module is
AMP 640457-2.

The suggested cable for use is Belden cable 5500FE-U1000-8. The connector at one
end is MOLEX 43645-0300 with contacts 43030-0007 and the connector at the other end
is 643814-2. Table 1- shows the required connections.

Table 1-6. Base-Plate Power Cable

Signal name Molex 43645-0300 AMP 643814-2

AC out 1 1

GND (shield) 2 N/C

AC out 3 2

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Figure 1-7. System Block Diagram

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Figure 1-8. System Block Diagram

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Chapter 2. Brestige Control Board Functional Overview


Chapter 2. Brestige Control Board Functional Overview ................................................. 33

2.1 Workstation Control Board ................................................................................. 33

2.2 Press Control Board ............................................................................................. 36

2.3 C&G Control Board ............................................................................................... 39

2.4 C-Arm Inside Board .............................................................................................. 41

2.5 C-Arm Outside Board ........................................................................................... 43

2.6 Gantry Outside Board ........................................................................................... 45

2.7 Workstation Fuse Board ....................................................................................... 47

2.8 Gantry Fuse Board ............................................................................................... 49

2.9 Sub Display Board ................................................................................................ 51

2.10 Paddle Sensor Board A ...................................................................................... 52

2.11 Paddle Sensor Board B ...................................................................................... 53

2.12 C-Arm Rotation Board ........................................................................................ 54

2.13 Grid Sub Board ................................................................................................... 55

2.14 Press Amp Board ................................................................................................ 56

2.15 Motor Sensor Board............................................................................................ 57

2.16 Workstation Key Board ....................................................................................... 58

2.17 Workstation Power Key Board ............................................................................ 59

2.18 C-Arm Motor Key Board ..................................................................................... 60

2.19 C-Arm Head Key Board ...................................................................................... 61


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Chapter 2. Brestige Control Board Functional Overview


2.1 Workstation Control Board
Workstation Control Board controls and provides connections between the PC Software
and the Brestige System.

Figure 2-1. Workstation Control Board Lay Out

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Chapter 2. Brestige Control Board Functional Overview

The Workstation Control Board has the following functions:

1. PC <-> W/S RS-232 data communication


Press, C&G Board and condition information.

2. Generator <-> PC RS-422 data conversion


Generator control from the PC by bypassing serial data.

3. Press <-> W/S RS-232 data communication

4. Generator <-> W/S data exchange

5. Real time data reading (angle and location information, etc.)

6. W/S Button Control


X-ray exposure and Press Motor release

7. Status LED Display


Power, Ready, Exposure, Error and UPS status displays.

8. Condition Analysis and UPS, PC and Hand Switch Control

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Table 2-1. Workstation Control Board Connections

Connection
No. Description Connector
point

Interface Connector between W/S Control Board Console


VB1 Generator
and Generator connector

JP4 Interface with Acquisition Workstation Key Board WS Key Board JP1

JP5 Outside display

Controls communication between Generator and COM PORT


P1 PC
PC 1

RS-232 Interface between WS Control Board and COM PORT


P2 PC
PC 3

Press Control
P4 Interface between Gantry and Press Control Board P7
Board

J10 Power is supplied at 5V, 12V DC by the SMPS SMPS DC OUT

Communication, Exposure and LAMP Power


Supply.
J24,
J24: Input J25: Output
J25
Input Power Limit: AC Input- 10A,
DC Input- 5A

J14 PC Power On/Off installed inside the Workstation PC


COM PORT
Sensing DC 12V of PC installed in the Workstation
J7 PC
for BRESTIGE power control.

Hand switch
J9 X-ray Hand switch interface support
(option)

PJ1,
Workstation cooling FAN power supply (DC 12V) FAN
PJ2

JTAG interface for Debugging and Firm Ware


J269
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2.2 Press Control Board

Figure 2-2. Press Control Board Lay-out

2.2.1 Functional Overview


The Press Control Board has the following functions:

1. DC Motor Control
The DC Motor controls the compression force depending on breast size, density and
thickness with the Location Encoder (Location Information) and compression sensor
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2. Data Display
The compression force and compressed breast thickness data are displayed on the FND
and the 7 inch TFT LCD (RS-232 Control).

3. Signal Input Buttons and Switches


The inputs for the press control board are from the C-arm handle buttons, the foot
switches, Emergency Button, and the Paddle ID sensor.

4. DATA Connection
The Press Control board is connected to the acquisition workstation and the LCD monitor.
(PRESS <-> W/S(RS-232), PRESS <-> LCD(RS-232)).

5. Brestige Unit Mechanism Control


 C-ARM Rotation Control
 Inverter (AC Motor Control)
 Rotation Angle (Encoder)
 Gantry Head Up&Down Control
 Inventor (AC Motor Control)

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Table 2-2. Press Control Board Connections

No. Description Connection point Connector

Input signals :
C-Arm Inside
J178 - C-Arm rotation limit sensor signals J5
Board
- Button input signal of C-Arm Motor Key Board

Paddle ID Sensor
Limit switch signals of the C-Arm are inputted C-Arm Inside
J179 J2
Magnification Platform, Compression Device Board
upper/lower limit.

C-Arm movement (up-down, rotation) Control


Inverter Control Signal Cords
Gantry outside
J180 Foot switch Input J1
Board
Emergency Switch Sensing Cord
C-Arm Upper/Lower Limit Switch

Signal Line to control FND AEC Display Board is C-Arm Inside


J181 J8
contained. Board

RS-232 Communication Interface with C&G C&G Control


J182 J84
Control Board Board
Gantry Outside
J183 C-Arm Rotation Encoder Signal Input J183
Board
C-Arm Inside
J184 Press encoder Signal Input J184
Board
RS-232 Communication Signal Line to control
P6 Main LCD Serial port
Main LCD

Two-way 422 Communication Between Press


P7 Control Board and WS Control Board WS Control Board P4
Emergency switch sensing line

J61 Inputted 5V, 12V and -12V DC Power From SMPS. SMPS DC OUTPUT
C&G Control
J67 C&G Control Board and DC Power Share J37
Board
J6 Inputted Load Cell Power from Press AMP Board Press AMP Board J6

DC 5V Power Supply to Main LCD (TFT LCD


PJ7 Main LCD Power input
Module)

Sends maximum 24V PWM to Press Control C-Arm Inside


JP4 JP4
Motor. Board

JTAG Interface for Debugging and Firm Ware


J169
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2.3 C&G Control Board

Figure 2-3. C&G Control Board Lay-out

2.3.1 Functional Overview


Collimator Control Functions are as follows:

1. Four Axes X, Y, Z and Central coordinate (4 levels each, total 16 levels)


Automatic Location Control by Compression Paddle Sensing
Step Location Control by the External Input
Front DC Motor – Two Levels Location Control

2. Margin of Error Control by Mammography Quality Control Regulation


Grid Control / Step Motor Control
Data Communication (C&G Board <-> Press (RS-232))
Collimator, Grid, Function Key Control
Mirror, Filter DC Motor Control
Lamp On/Off Control

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Table 2-3. C&G Board Connections

No. Description Connection point Connector

Lines to supply power to the Motors for


J82 Collimator Operator and signal line to control C-Arm Outside J8
the current supplied to halogen lamp.

Sensor Signals for Collimator Operation and


C-Arm Outside
J174 the C-Arm Head Key button signal are J1
Board
inputted.

JP2 DC Power Supply for Clutch Operation Clutch

JP15 AC Power is Inputted for Clutch Operation. Gantry Fuse Board BT3

Contains Motor Power line and Sensor Signal


for Grid Operation, Sensing value for
J1 Magnification Platform (Grid bucky or Biopsy Bucky connector
Bucky) and RX-232 Signal Line for
Communication with Cytoguide.

RS-232 Communication Interface with Press


J84 Press Board J182
Control Board

RS-232 Communication Port for Cytoguide


J175 PC Com port
control

J31 Supplied DC Power (24V) From SMPS SMPS DC out

Link to share the DC with Power Press Control Press Control


J37 J67
Board Board

JTAG Interface Support for Debugging and


J69
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2.4 C-Arm Inside Board

Figure 2-4. C-Arm Inside Board Lay-out

2.4.1 Functional Overview


The main function of the C-Arm Inside Board is to control communications between the
AEC Display, compression motor, parts sensors, sensors and the C-Arm Motor key.

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Table 2-4. C-Arm Inside Board Connections

Connection
No. Description Connector
point

J12 Compression Upper Limit Switch

J13 Magnification Bucky (x2.0) Sensing

J14 Compression Lower Limit Switch

J15 Purpose Check

J16 Magnification Bucky (x1.5) Sensing


J17 Magnification Bucky (x1.8) Sensing
Power Supply to Press Encoder and Output
J11
Pulse Sensing

Sends the Press Encoder Signal from J11 to


J184
Press Control Board via Inverter

Paddle ID sensing,
C-arm Magnification Platform Sensing, Press Control
J2 J179
Compression Device Upper/Lower Limit Board
Sennsing

Receives the button signal from C-Arm Motor C-Arm Mot


J4 J1
Key Board. Key Board

C-arm Rotation Limit Sensor, Press Control


J5 J178
Button Input by C-arm Motor Key Board Board

Receives 8bit switch signal from the Paddle Sensor


J6 compression paddles to distinguish the Sub A J2
compression paddles IDs. Board

Connects Press Control Board to connector


J8
J181

Connects the signal from J8 to AEC Display AEC Display


J19 J1
Board directly. Board

Receives the rotation limit signal, origin and C-Arm


J9 180° sensing signal from the C-Arm Rotation Rotation J1
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2.5 C-Arm Outside Board

Figure 2-5. C-Arm Outside Board

2.5.1 Functional Overview

The C-Arm Outside Board is the interface board for the Collimator, Filter, Mirror, Lamp
and C-Arm Head Key.

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Table 2-5. C-Arm Outside Board Connections

No. Description Connection point Connector

J1 C&G Control Board J174


J2 Rear Sensor of X-Axis Shutter
J3 Front Sensor of X-Axis Shutter
J4 Step Motor (X-Axis Shutter)
J5 Rear Sensor Y-Axis Shutter
J6 Front Sensor Y-Axis Shutter
J7 Step Motor (Y-Axis Shutter)

Connects C&G control Board to connector


J8
J82

J9 Rear Sensor of Z-Axis shutter


J10 Front Sensor of Z-Axis shutter
J11 Step Motor (Z-Axis Shutter) Step Motor (Z-Axis)
J12 Rear Sensor of Front Shutter
J13 Front Sensor of Front shutter
J14 FAN Power (DC 11V) FAN
J15 Rear Sensor of Filter
J16 Front Sensor of Filter
J17 Rear Sensor of Mirror
J18 Front Sensor of Mirror

J20 DC motor (Front shutter)

J21 DC motor (Mirror)

JP2 DC motor (Filter)

C-Arm Head Key


J22 Button Signal of C-Arm Head Key Right J2
Right Board

C-Arm Head Key


J23 Button Signal of C-Arm Head Key Left J3
Left Board

J24 AC 12V Input for Halogen Lamp DC/AC Inverter

J25 AC 12V Output for Halogen Lamp Halogen Lamp

J27 FAN Power (DC 11V) FAN

J28 FAN Power (DC 11V) FAN

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2.6 Gantry Outside Board

Figure 2-6. Gantry Outside Board

2.6.1 Functional Overview


The Gantry Outside Board is the interface board for the Foot Switch, Inverter and Encoder.

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Table 2-6. Gantry Outside Board Connections

No. Description Connection Point Connector

C-arm up-down Inverter Control


C –arm rotation Inverter Control
Press Control
J1 Foot switch Input, J180
Board
Emergency switch sensing line,
C-arm upper/lower limit switch

J2 C-Arm rotation encoder Encoder


The Upper Limit of C-Arm Up/Down
J3 Upper Limit Switch
Moving
The Lower Limit C-Arm Up/Down
J4 Lower Limit Switch
Moving

J5 DC 24V Power of Magnet switch Magnet switch coil

J6 Emergency switch Input

Rotation Motor
J8 C-arm rotation motor inverter Control
Inverter

J9 Foot switch Input Foot switch

J10 Emergency switch Input

J11 Magnet switch Open/Close sensing

Up/Down Motor
J13 C-Arm up/down motor inverter Control
Inverter

J14 Foot switch Input Foot switch

J15 C-Arm Head - LCD Protection switch Limit Switch

Press Control
J183 C arm rotation encoder J183
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2.7 Workstation Fuse Board

Figure 2-7. Workstation Fuse Board Lay-out

2.7.1 Functional Overview

The Workstation Fuse Board has two main functions:


1. Input Power Distribution – Workstation and Gantry
2. Power Supply Control - Clutch, UPS, W/S Control SMPS and PC

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Table 2-7. Workstation Fuse Board Connections

No. Description Connection point Connector

P1, P2 – Secondary Transformer Output


BT1
(AC 230V)

P1, P2 – UPS Input


BT2
P3, P4 – SMPS Input

P1 - AC 48V
Secondary Transformer Output (AC 48V, P2, P3 – AC 0V
BT3
AC 24V)
P4 – AC 24V

BT4 BT3 Power via Fuse Gantry Fuse Board BT3

Relay for Gantry Power On/Off Control Workstation Control


J271 J271
Signal Board

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2.8 Gantry Fuse Board

Figure 2-8. Gantry Fuse Board Lay-out

2.8.1 Functional Overview

The Gantry Fuse Board has two main functions:


1. Module Power Distribution - Detector, Control SMPS and Inverter
2. Power Supply Control - Detector, Control SMPS and Inverter

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Table 2-8. Gantry Fuse Board Description

No. Description

BT1 Gantry Input Power (AC 230V)

P1, P2 – Detector Input Power (AC 230V)


BT2
P3, P4 – SMPS Input Power (AC 230V)

BT3 AC 48V, AC 24V Power from WS Fuse Board

P1, P2 – SMPS Power (AC 230V),


BT4
P3, P4 – Gantry up/down inverter Power (AC 230V)

P1, P2 – C-Arm rotation inverter Power (AC 230V)


BT5
P3, P4 – Collimator Lamp Inverter Input Power

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2.9 Sub Display Board

Figure 2-9. Sub Display Board Lay-out

2.9.1 Functional Overview


The main function of Sub Display Board is to display the Compression Force (kgf, N) and
Compressed breast thickness (cm).

Table 2-9. Sub Display Board Connections

No. Description Connection point Connector

Connects J3 of Sub Display Right


J1 (or J3. Board and J1 of Sub Display Left Board
to Each Other.

J2 (or J4. Sub Display Board Control Signal C-Arm Inside Board J19

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2.10 Paddle Sensor Board A

Figure 2-10. Paddle Sensor Board A

2.10.1 Functional Overview


Paddle Sensor Board A is located inside the compression device. It sends the paddle ID
Information to the Press Control Board.

Table 2-10. Paddle Sensor Board A Description

No. Description Connection Point Connector

Sends the 8bit Switch Signal to the C-


J2 Arm Inside Board to distinguish the C-Arm Inside Board J6
Paddles IDs

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2.11 Paddle Sensor Board B

Figure 2-11. Paddle Sensor Board B Lay-out

2.11.1 Functional Overview


Paddle Sensor Board B is located on the individual compression paddles.
The Paddle Sensor Board B recognizes up to 32 different compression paddle types.

2.11.2 Connector Description


Paddle Sensor Board B is located on the Compression Paddle and sets the 6-bit Paddle ID
using a 6-pole DIP switch on the bottom side.

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2.12 C-Arm Rotation Board

Figure 2-12. C-Arm Rotation Board Lay-out

2.12.1 Functional Overview

C-Arm Rotation limit sensing, origin, 180° position sensing

Table 2-11. C-Arm Rotation Board Connections

No. Description Connection point Connector

Rotation limit Sensing

J1 Origin Sensing, C-Arm Inside Board J9

180° sensing

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2.13 Grid Sub Board

Figure 2-13. Grid Sub Board Lay-out

2.13.1 Functional Overview


The Grid Sub Board is t he interface board for the Grid Step Motor and the Forward and
Backward Sensor.

Table 2-12. Grid Sub Board Connections

No. Description

J1 Connects the connector on the Grid (Male) to the connector on the


Gantry Head (Female).

J5 Grid step Motor Operation

J6 Biopsy Cytoguide Module DC 24V Power Supply and RS-232


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2.14 Press Amp Board

Figure 2-14. Press Amp Board Lay-out

2.14.1 Functional Overview


The Press Amp Board amplifies the Load Cell Signal from the Compression Force
Sensor and sends it to the Press Control Board.

Table 2-13. Press Amp Board Connections

No. Description Connection point Connector

J6 Amplified Strain Gauge Output Signal Press Control Board J6

J7 Supplies ±5V to Load cell Strain Load Cell


Gauge

Strain Gauge Output

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2.15 Motor Sensor Board

Figure 2-15. Motor Sensor Board

2.15.1 Functional Overview


The Motor Sensor Board senses the collimator, mirror and filter movement.

Table 2-14. Motor Sensor Board Connection

No. Description Connection point Connector

J1 Photo interrupter sensor output C-Arm Outside Board

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2.16 Workstation Key Board

Figure 2-16. Workstation Key Board Lay-out

2.16.2 Functional Overview


The Workstation Key Board has two main functions:

1. Exposure, Ready, Error, Power State Check (LED display)


2. Exposure button, Release button

Table 2-15. Workstation Key Board

No. Description Connection point Connector

J1 Power on/off switch WS PWR Key Board J1

J2 Emergency switch Emergency switch

JP1 WS Control Board & WS Key Board WS Control Board JP4

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2.17 Workstation Power Key Board

Figure 2-17. Workstation Power Key Board Lay-out

2.17.1 Functional Overview


The Workstation Power Key Board controls the BRESTIGE Power Switch (Workstation
and Gantry Power Supply/Block).

Table 2-16. Workstation Power Key Board Description

No. Description Connection point Connector

J1 Power on/off switch WS Key Board JP4

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2.18 C-Arm Motor Key Board

Figure 2-18. C-Arm Motor Key Board Lay-out

2.18.1 Functional Overview


The C-Arm Motor Key Board controls the C-ARM Rotation, zero degree setting, Gantry
vertical movement and the Enter Key.

Table 2-17. C-Arm Motor Key Board Connections

No. Description Connection point Connector

J1 C-arm Inside Board & C-arm Motor C-Arm Inside Board J4


Key Board interface

J2 C-arm Motor Key Board & C-arm Motor Key Board


Motor Key Board interface

J3 C-arm Motor Key Board & C-arm Motor Key Board


Motor Key Board interface

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2.19 C-Arm Head Key Board

Figure 2-19. C-Arm Head Key Board Lay-out

2.19.2 Functional Overview


The C-Arm Head Key Board controls the following:

 Collimator Switch
 LAMP ON/OFF switch
 Compression Limit

Table 2-18. C-Arm Head Key Board Connections

No. Description Connection Point Connector

J1 or J4 Biopsy Switch Input Signal Biopsy Key Board J1

J2 or J3 C-arm Outside Board & C-arm Head C-Arm Outside Board J22
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2.20 Biopsy Key Board


2.20.1 Lay out

Figure 2-20. Biopsy Key Board Lay-out

2.20.1 Functional Overview


The Biopy Key Board is a switch to operate the Clutch when performing a Stereotactic
Biopsy.

Table 2-19. Biopsy Key Board Connections

No. Description Connection Point Connector

J1 (or J2. Biopsy switch input signal C-Arm Head Key J1 (or J4)
Board

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Chapter 3. Brestige Cover Removal..................................................................... 65

3.1 Workstation Front cover .......................................................................... 65

3.2 Workstation Rear Cover .......................................................................... 66

3.3 Workstation Side Cover .......................................................................... 67

3.4 Gantry Cover .......................................................................................... 68

3.5 Bottom Detector Cover ........................................................................... 69

3.6 Sub Display Cover .................................................................................. 70

3.7 Compression Cover ................................................................................ 72

3.8 C-ARM Head Cover ................................................................................ 77

3. 9 Generator Cover .................................................................................... 79

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3.1 Workstation Front cover
3.1.1 Tools Needed
1 Phillips Screwdriver

3.1.2 Preparation
Be sure to turn the system off before removing the cover.

3.1.3 Procedure
1. Remove the nine screws as indicated in Figure 3-1 on the front cover of Acquisition
Workstation.

Figure 3-1. Acquisition Workstation Front Cover

2. Disconnect the two cooling Fan power connectors inside the cover and remove the front
cover.

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Figure 3-2. Fan Power Connector

3.2 Workstation Rear Cover


3.2.1 Tools
1 Phillips Screwdriver

3.2.2 Preparation
Be sure to turn the system off before removing the cover.

3.2.3 Procedure
1. Remove the nine screws as indicated in Figure 3-3 on the Rear Cover of Acquisition
Workstation.

Figure 3-3. Acquisition Workstation Rear Cover

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3.3 Workstation Side Cover


3.3.1 Tools
Phillips Screwdriver

3.3.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before removing the cover.
2. Remove the Workstation Side Cover

3.3.3 Procedure
1. Remove the two screws as indicated in Figure 3-4 on the workstation.

Figure 3-4. Side Cover Removal

2. Remove the Side Cover by pulling it back carefully.

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3.4 Gantry Cover


3.4.1 Tools
Phillips Screwdriver

3.4.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before removing the cover.

3.4.3 Procedure

1. Remove the screws on the back side of the Gantry

The ‘O’ marks indicate screws for the Upper Cover

The ‘ㅁ’ marks indicate screws for the Lower Cover

NOTE:
The Upper Cover must be removed before

removing the Lower Cover.

Figure 3-5. The back side of Gantry

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3.5 Bottom Detector Cover


3.5.1 Tools
Phillips Screwdriver

3.5.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before removing the cover.
2. Remove the Handle.
3. Remove the Bucky

3.5.3 Procedure
1. Remove the ten screws on the Bottom Detector Cover.

Figure 3-6. Bottom Detector Cover

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2. Remove the Bottom Detector Cover..

3.6 Sub Display Cover


3.6.1 Tools
1. Phillips Screwdriver
2. Hexagonal Wrench

3.6.2 Preparation
Be sure to turn the system off before removing the cover.

3.6.3 Procedure
1. Remove the screws on the Compression Knob and remove the knob.

Figure 3-7. Compression Knob

2. Remove the three screws on the Left Sub Display Cover.


3. Remove the one screw on the Right Sub Display Cover.

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Figure 3-8. Left/Right Sub Display Cover

4. Disconnect the connectors inside of the Sub Display Cover.


5. Remove the Sub Display Cover.

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3.7 Compression Cover


3.7.1 Tools
Phillips Screwdriver

3.7.2 Preparation
1. Press the Biopsy Button to activate the Biopsy Mode.
2. Remove the Sub Display Cover.

3.7.3 Procedure
1. Remove the Snap Ring of the Compression Knob Bar
2. Pull out the Compression Knob Bar to the left to remove from the Compression Device.

Figure 3-9. Snap Ring and Compression Knob Bar

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Figure 3-10. Compression Device after removing the Compression Knob Bar

3. Press the blue Head button on the Gantry Head to activate the Stereotactic Biopsy
Mode and rotate the head 45° from the upright position (0°).

Figure 3-11. Head button and stereotactic movement


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4. Remove the two screws on the back of the Compression Cover. (See Figure 3-12.)
5. Remove the six screws on the front side of the Compression Cover.
(See Figure 3-12.)

Figure 3-12. Screws on the Compression Cover (Back/Front)

6. Remove the Front Compression Cover as Figure 3-13.

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Figure 3-13. Front Compression Cover

7. Remove the two screws on the bottom of the Compression Cover (See Figure 3-14.).

Figure 3-14. Compression Cover

8. Remove the four screws on the Bottom Detector Cover (See Figure 3-15.)

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Figure 3-15. Screws on the Bottom Detector Cover

9. Remove the Back Compression Cover.


10. If removing the Compression Cover is difficult, remove the Side Handle before
removing the Back Compression Cover.

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3.8 C-ARM Head Cover


3.8.1 Tools
Phillips Screwdriver

3.8.2 Preparation
Be sure to turn the system off before removing the cover.

3.8.3 Procedure
1. Remove the Face Shield bracket (See Figure 3-16.).

Figure 3-16. Removing Face Shield Bracket

2. Remove the two screws on the inner side of the Gantry Head (See Figure 3-17.)

Figure 3-17. Screws on the Gantry Head


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3. Remove the two screws on the back of the Head Cover (see Figure 3-18.)

Figure 3-18. Screws on the Back of the Head Case

4. Disconnect the Cooling Fan power connector and remove the X-ray Tube Head Cover.

Figure 3-19. Fan Power Connector

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3. 9 Generator Cover
3.9.1 Tools
Phillips Screwdriver

3.9.2 Preparation
Be sure to turn the system off before removing the cover.

3.9.3 Procedure
1. Remove the four screws at the bottom of the Generator Cover and remove the Generator
Cover by lifting up.

Figure 3-20. Generator Cover

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Chapter 4. Parts Removal .................................................................................... 83

4.1 Workstation Monitor ................................................................................ 83

4.2 Keyboard & Mouse ................................................................................. 84

4.3 X-ray Tube .............................................................................................. 85

4.4 Detector .................................................................................................. 87

4.5 Collimator ............................................................................................... 89

4.6 Collimator Lamp ...................................................................................... 90

4.7 Collimator Lamp Inverter ......................................................................... 91

4.8 C-ARM Up/Down Motor .......................................................................... 92

4.9 C-ARM Rotation Motor ............................................................................ 93

4.10 C-ARM Moving Inverter......................................................................... 94

4.11 Compression Motor............................................................................... 96

4.12 Side Handle .......................................................................................... 98

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4.1 Workstation Monitor

4.1.1 Tools
Phillips Screwdriver

4.1.2 Preparation
Be sure to turn the system off before the procedure.

4.1.3 Procedure
1. Disconnect the power connector and communication connector and remove the four
screws (see Figure 4-1.).
2. Remove the Workstation Monitor.

Figure 4-1. Workstation Monitor

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4.2 Keyboard & Mouse


4.2.1 Tools
Phillips Screwdriver

4.2.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before removing the keyboard and mouse.
2. Remove the Workstation Front Cover before removing the keyboard and mouse.

4.2.3 Procedure
1. Disconnect the Keyboard cord or Mouse connector from the PC.

(1)

Figure 4-2. (1)Keyboard (2)Mouse USB Ports

2. To remove the keyboard and mouse, pull the wires out through their respective holes in
the Workstation Upper Cover.

Figure 4-3. Holes for Keyboard/Mouse Cables

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4.3 X-ray Tube

4.3.1 Tools
1. Phillips Screwdriver
2. Hexagonal Wrench

4.3.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before proceeding.
2. Remove the C-ARM Head Cover before proceeding.

4.3.3 Procedure
1. Remove the four screws on the bracket of the X-ray Tube.

LEFT RIGHT

Figure 4-4. X-ray Tube

2. Disconnect the High-tension Cable, Control Cable and Ground Terminal

Figure 4-5. High-tension Cable, Control Cable and Ground Terminal

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3. Remove the four Bracket Fastener Bolts (See Figure 4-6.).

Figure 4-6. Bracket Fastener Bolts

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4.4 Detector
4.4.1 Tools
1. Phillips Screwdriver
2. Hexagonal Wrench

4.4.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before proceeding.
2. Remove the Bucky before proceeding.
3. Remove the Bottom Detector Cover before proceeding.
4. Due to the fact that the Detector is very sensitive to electricity and impact, perform the
procedure with extreme care.

4.4.3 Procedure
1. Remove the two screws on the left and right side of Protecting Cover and open the
Protection Cover.

Figure 4-7. Protection Cover

2. Disconnect every connector connected to the Detector.

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Figure 4-8. Connected Cords to the Detector.

3. Disconnect the cooling Fan power connector connected to the bottom of the Detector
and remove the four screws (See Figure 4-9.)

Figure 4-9. Detector Removal

4. Remove the Detector

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4.5 Collimator

4.5.1 Tools
1. Phillips Screwdriver
2. Hexagonal Wrench

4.5.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before proceeding.
2. Remove the C-ARM Head Cover before proceeding.
3. Handle the collimator carefully during the procedure.

4.5.3 Procedure
1. Remove the four screws (See Figure 4-10).

LEFT RIGHT

Figure 4-10. Screws on the Collimator

2. Disconnect every connector and remove the Collimator.

Figure 4-11. Collimation Removal

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4.6 Collimator Lamp


4.6.1 Tools
Phillips Screwdriver

4.6.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before proceeding.
2. Remove the C-ARM Head Cover before proceeding.

4.6.3 Procedure
1. Remove the four screws on the Lamp Cover.

Figure 4-12. Screws on the Lamp Cover

2. Remove the Lamp from the Socket

Figure 4-13. Lamp Removal


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4.7 Collimator Lamp Inverter


4.7.1 Tools
1. Phillips Screwdriver
2. Flat Screwdriver

4.7.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before proceeding..
2. Remove the C-ARM Head Cover before proceeding..

4.7.3 Procedure
1. The inverter is located behind the X-ray Tube.

Figure 4-14. The Inverter

2. Open the Terminal Cover and disconnect the connecter.


3. Remove the two screws to separate the Inverter from the Gantry Head.

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Figure 4-15. Inverter Removal

4.8 C-ARM Up/Down Motor

4.8.1 Tools
1. Phillips Screwdriver
2. Hexagonal Wrench

4.8.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before proceeding.
2. Remove the Gantry Cover before proceeding.

4.8.3 Procedure
1. Disconnect the power supply connector and remove the protective cover.

Figure 4-16. C-ARM Up/Down Motor

2. Remove the four screws and separate the C-ARM UP/DOWN MOTOR.

Figure 4-17. Screws on the C-ARM Up/Down Motor.

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4.9 C-ARM Rotation Motor


4.9.1 Tools
1. Phillips Screwdriver
2. Hexagonal Wrench

4.9.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before proceeding.
2. Remove the Gantry Cover before proceeding.

4.9.3 Procedure
1. Disconnect the power supply cord and remove the Protection Cover.

Figure 4-18. C-ARM Rotation Motor

2. Remove the four screws and separate the C-ARM Rotation Motor.

Figure 4-19. Screws on the C-ARM Rotation Motor

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4.10 C-ARM Moving Inverter

4.10.1 Tools
1. Phillips Screwdriver
2. Flat Screwdriver

4.10.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before proceeding.
2. Remove the Gantry Cover before proceeding.

Rotation
inverter

Up/down
inverter

Figure 4-20. C-ARM Moving Inverters

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4.10.3 Procedure

1. C-ARM Up/down Inverter


1) Disconnect the connector.
2) Remove the three screws and separate the Inverter. (See Figure 4-21.)

Figure 4-21. C-ARM Up/down Inverter

3) Reverse procedures to replace the C-ARM Up/down Inverter.

2. C-ARM Rotation Inverter


1) Disconnect the connector.
2) Remove the three screws and separate the Inverter. (See Figure 4-22.)

Figure 4-22. C-ARM Rotation Inverter

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4.11 Compression Motor

4.11.1 Tools
1. Phillips Screwdriver
2. Hexagonal Wrench

4.11.2 Preparation
1. Be sure to turn the system off before proceeding.
2. Remove the Compression Cover before proceeding.

4.11.3 Procedure
1. Remover the belt from the Compression Motor.

Figure 4-23. Motor Belt

2. Disconnect the power connector of the Compression Motor and remove the four screws.

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Figure 4-24. Compression Motor Power Connector

Figure 4-25. Compression Motor Screws

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4.12 Side Handle

4.12.1 Tools
Phillips Screwdriver

4.12.2 Preparation
Be sure to turn the system off before proceeding.

4.12.3 Procedure
1. Side Handle
1) Remove the screws on the Side Handle Cover and separate the cover.

Figure 4-26. Handle Switch Cover

2) Remove the four screws on the Handle Switch and separate the Hand Switch.
3) Remove the four screws behind the Handle Switch Panel.
4) Repeat Step 2) ~3) for removing the lower Handle Switch.
5) Remove the Side Handle.
6) Repeat Step 1) ~5) for removing another Side Handle.
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2. Bottom Handle
1) Rotate the C-ARM to 90° from zero (the C-ARM should be perpendicular to the ground)
to perform the procedure.
2) Remove the five screws and separate the Bottom Handle Cover.

Figure 4-27. Bottom Handle Cover

3) Remove the four screws (two on the right and two on the left) and remove the Bottom
Handle.

Figure 4-28. Bottom Handle Removal

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Chapter 5. Calibration .......................................................................................... 103

5.1 Generator Calibration ............................................................................. 103

5.2 Detector Calibration ................................................................................ 106

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5.1 Generator Calibration

5.1.1 Tools
Screwdriver

5.1.2 Preparation
1. Power up Brestige.
2. Exit the Brestation program.

5.1.3 Procedure
1. Click the MXR SDK icon on the taskbar and select MXR SDK Tools.
2. Enter ID and Password and click the Service Mode button.
 ID: admin
 Password: 1234

Figure 5-1. Service Mode Activation

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3. Select mA Calibration in the MXR Service Mode Menu.

Figure 5-2. MXR Service Mode Menu

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4. Click the Start Auto button to start Calibration.

Figure 5-3. mA Calibration Mode

5.1.4 Error Message


1. If an Error message is displayed during Calibration, press the Reset button to continue
calibration.
2. If Error message is displayed again, stop the calibration and restart the calibration
process.

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5.2 Detector Calibration

5.2.1 Tools
1. 1 PMMA Block
2. 1 installed copy of MammoWorkbench (Detector Calibration Software)

5.2.2 Preparation
1. The Generator must be calibrated before the Detector is calibrated.
2. Remove the Face Shield and install the PMMA Block in the Face Shield Rail.

Figure 5-4. PMMA Block Installation

3. Remove the Grid Bucky and check that the surface of the Detector is clean.
4. Check that the Pegasus Calibration files exist.
1) For an SMAM Detector (small size detector 18X24).
 C:\Pegasus\calfiles\SmamFactory_0.cal ( Focus mode : Large-1)
 C:\Pegasus\calfiles\SmamFactory_1.cal ( Focus mode : Large-2)
 C:\Pegasus\calfiles\SmamFactory_2.cal( Focus mode : Small)

2) For an LMAM Detector (large size detector 18X30).


 C:\Pegasus\calfiles\LmamFactory_0.cal ( Focus mode : Large-1)
 C:\Pegasus\calfiles\LmamFactory_1.cal ( Focus mode : Large-2)
 C:\Pegasus\calfiles\LmamFactory_2.cal ( Focus mode : Small)

5. Backup the Calibration files to another folder.

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6. Check the Exposure Files.


1) Open [C:\Pegasus\config\Pegasus.ini] file and check that the following
information is shown.

; Unity Gain and Zero offset calibration files

Unit_Cal_Smam = C:\Pegasus\config\Smam_unit_factory.cal

Unit_Cal_Lmam = C:\Pegasus\config\Lmam_unit_factory.cal

; Exposure file for Calibration

Exposure_File = C:\Pegasus\config\calibration.exp

7. Open [C:\Pegasus\config\calibration.exp] and check that the following information is s


hown.

; Waiting time before exposure during a calibration (sec)


time_before_exposure = 30
; Waiting time after exposure during a calibration (sec)
time_after_exposure = 30

[0]
cal_type = update_shading
machine_filter = 100
mas_settings = 200
[1]
cal_type = update_shading
machine_filter = 100
mas_settings = 200
[2]
cal_type = update_shading
machine_filter = 100
mas_settings = 200
[3]
cal_type = update_shading
machine_filter = 100
mas_settings = 200
[4]
cal_type = update_shading
machine_filter = 100
mas_settings = 200

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[5]
cal_type = update_shading
machine_filter = 101
mas_settings = 200
[6]
cal_type = update_shading
machine_filter = 101
mas_settings = 200
[7]
cal_type = update_shading

machine_filter = 101

mas_settings = 200

[8]

cal_type = update_shading

machine_filter = 101

mas_settings = 200

[9]

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5.2.3 Calibration Procedure


1. Run MammoWorkbench and open the “Acquisition with Drgem” window.
2. Check for any Errors or Warning messages in “Generator Error Information”.
3. Once Detector Initialization is complete, make an exposure and check for any artifact
s in the image.

Figure 5-5. Acquisition with Drgem

5.2.4 Large Focus Calibration

1. Under the “Equipment” section (top right corner of window),


A. Select [Etc Inhibit Exposure] from the drop-down menu and type “1” in the fiel
d next to [13] and [8]. Click the “Send Cmd” Button
B. Select [Etc Tube Focus] from the drop-down menu and type “2” in the field n
ext to [13] and [8]. Click the “Send Cmd” Button.

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2. Select or input the following settings:


 Context no = 0
 kVp = 28
 Focus = Large
 Filter = Rh (even if Rh is already delected, select it again to make sure)
3. Calibration
1) Click the “Make Cal. From Acq” button to start Calibration.
2) Automatic Exposures will be performed during the Calibration.
4. Check the image
1) Once calibration is complete, install the PMMA Block in the Face Shield Rail a
nd make an exposure at 28 kVp and 64 mAs.
2) Check the acquired image.

5.2.5 Small Focus Calibration

1. Select or input the following settings:


 Context no = 2
 kVp = 28
 mA = 40
 Focus = Small
 Filter = Rh (even if Rh is already delected, select it again to make sure)

2. Calibration
1) Click the “Make Cal. From Acq” button to start Calibration.
2) Automatic Exposures will be performed during the Calibration.

3. Check the image


1) Once calibration is complete, install the PMMA Block in the Face Shield Rail a
nd make an exposure at 28 kVp and 64 mAs.
2) Check the acquired image.

5.2.6 Calibration Check


1. Check the Calibration files.
- For the Small Size Detector (SMAM)
i. Check that [C:\Pegasus\calfiles\SmamFactory_0.cal] file is created.
ii. Check that [C:\Pegasus\calfiles\SmamFactory_2.cal] file is created.

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- For the Large Size Detector (LMAM)


i. Check that [C:\Pegasus\calfiles\LmamFactory_0.cal] file is created.
ii. Check that [C:\Pegasus\calfiles\LmamFactory_2.cal] file is created.

2. Copy the Calibration file.


- For the Small Size Detector (SMAM)
i. Copy and paste the [C:\Pegasus\calfiles\SmamFactory_0.cal] file in the sa
me directory and change the name to [SmamFactory_1.cal].
- For the Large Size Detector (LMAM)
i. Copy and paste the [C:\Pegasus\calfiles\LmamFactory_1.cal] file in the sam
e directory and change the name to [SmamFactory_1.cal].

3. Check the Image


1) Install the PMMA Block in the Face Shield Rail and make an exposure at 28
kVp and 64 mAs.
2) The acquired image must look like the Flat Image shown below in Figure 5-7.

Figure 5-7. Image without PMMA Block

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Chapter 6. Maintenance Mode ............................................................................. 115

6.1 Maintenance Mode ................................................................................. 115

6.2 Brestation Control ................................................................................... 118

6.3 Auto Release Mode ................................................................................ 120

6.4 C-Arm and Gantry Moving Speed ........................................................... 121

6.5 Magni. Paddle Calibration ....................................................................... 122

6.6 Compression Calibration ......................................................................... 125

6.7 Collimator Mode Setup ........................................................................... 131

6.8 Miscellaneous ......................................................................................... 134

6.9 Generator ............................................................................................... 137

6.10 C-ARM .................................................................................................. 139

6.11 Filter Speed .......................................................................................... 143

6.12 Mirror Speed ......................................................................................... 145

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6.1 Maintenance Mode


1. Run the Brestation software
2. Click the “Admin” tab and select Maintenance Mode from the Main Screen.

Figure 6-1. Brestation Main Screen

3. Enter the ID and Password in the Maintenance Login window and click OK.
 ID : mfuture
 PW : mfuture

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Figure 6-2. Maintenance Mode Log-in

4. The Maintenance Mode window will show up on the screen as shown in Figure 6-3.

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Figure 6-3. The Maintenance Mode Window

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6.2 Brestation Control


1. Exp Time Limit
WARNING: DO NOT click any of the buttons in the Brestation Control box in
Maintenance Mode. The Release and Reset buttons in the Brestation Control are only for
use by the program engineers in MEDI-FUTURE, Inc. R&D Center. Serious system
errors can occur if they are tampered with.

Figure 6-4. Brestation Control

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2. System Shutdown After Brestation Exit


If this box is checked, the entire Brestige system will shut off as soon as the operator
clicks the EXIT button in the Main Screen.

Figure 6-5. System Shutdown After Brestation Exit

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6.3 Auto Release Mode


You can set the Automatic Compression Paddle Release standard.

Figure 6-6. Auto Release Mode

1. From Holder: The height at which the Compression Paddle is released is calculated from
the Detector Holder (Bucky).
2. From Breast: The height at which the Compression Paddle is released is calculated from
the patient’s breast.

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6.4 C-Arm and Gantry Moving Speed


You can set the C-Arm rotating speed and Gantry Up/ Down moving speed to three
different settings: Slow, Medium and High.

Figure 6-7. C-Arm and Gantry Moving Speed

1. C-Arm Moving Speed: C-ARM Moving Speed control.


2. Gantry Moving Speed: C-ARM Up/Down Speed control

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6.5 Magni. Paddle Calibration


For magnification exposures, the magnification paddle’s zero point is calibrated in this
section.

Figure 6-8. Magni. Paddle Calibration

1. Remove the bucky.


2. Select and install the desired magnification platform (x1.5 or x1.8).

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Figure 6-9. Magnification Platform Height Setting

3. Press “Start” in the Magni. Calibration Mode option.

Figure 6-10. x1.5 and x1.8 buttons

4. In the Magni. Paddle Scale option, select the magnification size (x1.5 and x1.8 buttons)
for the installed magnification platform.
5. Lower the Magnification Paddle to barely touch the platform (zero point) using the Foot
Switch.

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Figure 6-11. x1.8 Magnification Setup

Figure 6-12. x1.5 Magnification Setup

6. Click the End button and remove the Magnification Platform and paddle.

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6.6 Compression Calibration


If there is a Compression Force error, reset the Compression Force value.

Figure 6-13. Compression Calibrator

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6.6.1 Compression Calibrate


1. Click the Start button.
2. The following message will pop up. Click OK.

3. Select the desired Compression Force (kg) from the drop-down menu.

4. Place a towel or cloth on the Detector Cover to protect the surface of the cover.
5. Center an electronic scale laterally on the Detector and position it so one of the sides is
aligned with the chestwall (anterior) side of the Detector.

Figure 6-14. Electronic Scale Setup

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6. Place a tennis ball on the end of the electronic scale and compress the ball with the
Compression Paddle (See Figure 6-15.)

Figure 6-15. Compression Calibration

7. The display of the Electronic Scale shows the measurement results


8. Compress the tennis ball to match the compression force selected from the drop-down
menu.
9. The Brestige Main Display must show the same results displayed as the results in the
electronic scale display.

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Figure 6-16a. Electronic Scale Display

Figure 6-16b. Brestige Main Display

10. If the two results in the Electronic Scale Display and Brestige Main Display are different,
adjust the resistance of Press Control Board so that the value in the Main Display
matches the value of the Electronic Scale Display. (See Fig. 6-17)

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Ref. Resistance

_
+
Amp. Resistance

Figure 6-17. Press Control Board

R163 (Ref Resistance): standard voltage adjustment


R162 (Resistance Amplification): twofold Increase in resistance per turn

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6.6.2 Compression Paddle Height Calibration

1. Lower the Compression Paddle until it touches the Bucky without compression (zero
point).
2. Click the Start button next to Compression Paddle Height Calibration.

Figure 6-18. Compression Paddle Height Calibration – Start Button

3. Click the End button.

Figure 6-19. Compression Paddle Height Calibration – End Button

4. Once you click the End button, the Compression Paddle will move up and calculate the
height automatically.

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6.7 Collimator Mode Setup


After the firmware installation, the Collimator Modes must be set first in the Collimator
Calibrator Box.

Figure 6-20. Collimation Calibrator

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Figure 6-21 shows the Compression Paddles that correspond to the Modes.

Mode Compression Paddle

1 Mode 24 X 30

2 Mode 18 X 24

3 Mode 15 X 15

4 Mode 10 X 10

5 Mode Biopsy

Figure 6-21. Collimator Modes

1. Select “1 Mode” in the dropdown menu.

Figure 6-22. Collimator Calibrator – 2 Mode

2. Enter the X-Shutter, Y-Shutter and Z-Shutter values.

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Figure 6-23. X, Y and Z Shutters

3. Click the Send button to save the values.

Figure 6-24. Collimator Calibrator – Send Button

4. Repeat Step 1~3 for 2 Mode, 3 Mode, 4 Mode and 5 Mode.

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6.8 Miscellaneous
Additional options such as Lamp Timeout Limit, DE-Comp Height Limit, and Compression
max value can be adjusted from the “Etc.” Box.

Figure 6-25. Etc. Section

6.8.1 Lamp Timeout Limit


This setting changes the duration that the collimator lamp is turned on.
1. Enter the time for the Lamp Timeout Limit in seconds.

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Figure 6-26. Lamp Timeout Limit

2. Click the Send button to save the value.

6.8.2 DE-Comp. Height limit


This field determines how high the compression paddle will move vertically when the
decompression button is pressed from the Acquisition Workstation.

1. Enter the Decompression Height value in the box in mm.

Figure 6-27. DE-Comp. Height Limit

2. Click the Send button to save.

6.8.3 Compression max value


The maximum compression force is set in this field.
1. Enter the maximum compression force value in daN. (200daN = 20kg)

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Figure 6-28. Compression Max Value

2. Click the Send button to save.

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6.9 Generator
The Generator conditions are displayed and the settings are adjusted in this window (reset,
reboot options).

Figure 6-29. Generator Setup

6.9.1 Generator Condition Information


You can check the Generator condition information (See Figure 6-30)

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Figure 6-30. Generator Condition Information

6.9.2 Reset
Click the ‘Reset’ button to reset the Generator information.

6.9.3 Reboot
Click the ‘Reboot’ button to reboot the Generator System.

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6.10 C-ARM

6.10.1 C-Arm Biopsy Button Enable/Disable


If the current system includes the Leadstereo Stereotactic Biopsy option, the C-Arm box
settings can be adjusted for the biopsy procedure.

Figure 6-31. C-Arm Setup for Stereotactic Biopsy

Figure 6-32. C-Arm Setup for Stereotactic Biopsy – Enable/Disable buttons

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1. Enable: to activate Stereotactic Biopsy functionality


2. Disable: to deactivate Stereotactic Biopsy functionality

6.10.2 C-Arm Origin Calibration


The 0 value of the C-Arm can be adjusted.

Figure 6-33. C-Arm Origin Calibration

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1. Click the Start button.

Figure 6-34. C-Arm Origin Calibration – Start Button

2. Set the C-arm in a vertically upright position (zero degrees).

Figure 6-35. C-Arm in the vertically upright position.

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3. The coordinates of C-Arm zero position are calculated automatically and clicking the End
button saves the values.

Figure 6-36. C-Arm Origin Calibration – End Button

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6.11 Filter Speed


The Front/Rear Speed of the filter can be adjusted (100% is the maximum speed).

Figure 6-37. Filter Speed Setup

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1. Enter the Front/Rear Filter PWM value. (0% ~100%)


2. If the Filter Speed needs fine-tuning, enter the Filter Duty value in milliseconds
(Minimum 10 ~ Maximum 100msec).

Figure 6-38. Filter Speed Setup – Filter Duty

3. Click the Send button to save the values.

Figure 6-39. Filter Speed Setup – Send Button

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6.12 Mirror Speed


The Front/Rear Speed of the Mirror can be adjusted (100% is the maximum speed).

Figure 6-40. Mirror Speed Setup

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1. Enter the Front/Rear Mirror PWM value. (0% ~100%)


2. If the Mirror Speed needs fine-tuning, enter the Mirror Duty value in milliseconds
(Minimum 10 ~ Maximum 100msec).

Figure 6-41. Mirror Speed Setup – Mirror Duty

3. Click the Send button to save the values.

Figure 6-42. Mirror Speed Setup – Send Button

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Chapter 7. Error Codes ....................................................................................... 149

7.1 System Error Codes ............................................................................... 149

7.2 Generator Error Codes ........................................................................... 150

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7.1 System Error Codes

Table 7-1. System Error Codes

Error Code Type of Error Description

1 Gantry Init Failure Failed to initialize the Brestige Gantry

2 Generator Init Failure Failed to initialize the high-frequency X-ray


generator

3 Detector Init Failure Failed to initialize the X-ray detector

4 Generator Fault A Generator error has occurred

5 Gantry Fault A Gantry error has occurred

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7.2 Generator Error Codes

Table 7-1. Generator Error Codes

Error Code
Type of Error Description
Dec Hex
The Generator has detected a communication
1 01H TXRX NO ANSWER
error with the console

The Generator has detected an error in saving


2 02H NVSRAM FAIL ERROR
data to NVSRAM in HT Control PCB.

3 03H CHARGE ERROR Insufficient power supply.

Over-current protection at IGBT of power-stack:


4 04H IGBT1 FAULT Line voltage drop due to insufficient power
supply.
Tube Arcing: Tube arcing can induce over-
current drive of IGBT module.
5 05H IGBT2 FAULT
Over-Heat protection at IGBT of power-stack
Damage of IGBT.
X-ray tube is too hot and its thermal switch is
6 06H TUBE TEMPERATURE
activated

7 07H FAULT SENSING ERROR Error signal is detected though no error occurred

The output mA exceeds the maximum allowed


16 10H OVER MA - HARDWARE
mA limit.

The output kV exceeds the maximum allowed


17 11H OVER KV - HARDWARE
kV limit.

Anode kV feedback voltage is higher than


18 12H KV INEQUALITY 1
cathode kV feedback voltage.

Cathode kV feedback voltage is higher than


19 13H KV INEQUALITY 2
anode kV feedback voltage.

mA calibration data is empty with selected kV,


20 14H CAL DATA EMPTY
mA step.

Small focus selection is not operating.


21 15H FIL1 SELECT ERROR
Small focus filament of Tube is burned out.

Large focus selection is not operating.


22 16H FIL2 SELECT ERROR
Large focus filament of Tube is burned out.

The output mA exceeds the maximum allowed


23 17H OVER MA - SOFTWARE
mA limit (detected by software).

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Anode heat unit exceeds 90% of total HU. In this


24 18H HEAT UNIT ERROR
case, x-ray exposure is not possible.

ROTOR ACCEL CURRENT Insufficient current is sensed in the boost state


25 19H
LOW ERROR of the rotor.

ROTOR RUNNING Insufficient current is sensed in the running state


32 20H
CURRENT LOW ERROR of the rotor

33 21H DSS IPM FAULT IPM fault signal of DSS board is detected.

ROTOR ACCEL CURRENT Over-current is detected in the boost state of the


34 22H
HIGH ERROR rotor.

ROTOR RUNNING Over-current is detected in the running state of


35 23H
CURRENT HIGH ERROR rotor.

DSS UNDER VOLATAGE Under voltage is detected in the DSS rectifier


36 24H
ERROR board.

37 25H DSS HARDWARE ERROR The stator cables are improperly connected.

DSS SPEED SELECT An error in the starter speed selection is


38 26H
ERROR detected.

53 35H CHARGE. MC. FAIL ERROR Charge magnet switch is not operating.

55 37H MAIN MC. FAIL ERROR Main magnet switch is not operating.

56 38H GEN DUTY ERROR Overheating of Power-stack Assy.

Filament preheat level of x-ray tube is lower


64 40H FIL PREHEAT LOW
than pre-programmed limit.

Filament preheat level of x-ray tube is higher


65 41H FIL PREHEAT HIGH
than pre-programmed limit.

Filament ready level of x-ray tube is lower than


66 42H FIL READY LOW
pre-programmed limit.

Filament ready level of x-ray tube is higher than


67 43H FIL READY HIGH
pre-programmed limit.

68 44H FIL SMALL ERROR Small Filament current is not detected.

69 45H FIL LARGE ERROR Large Filament current is not detected.

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