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SM-0510R8

Service Manual
Portable X-ray Units
Portable X-ray Units
Service Manual

REVISION HISTORY

REVISION DATE REASON FOR CHANGE

3 FEB 24, 2004 SPS-HF-4.0 Addition.

4 APR 13, 2004 Error Code “E95”.

5 SEP 10, 2004 Error Code “E50”.

6 APR 28, 2005 Manual modification of kvp &mA Gain.

7 OCT 25, 2005 New Schematics

8 APR 20, 2007 Gas Spring kit and New Schematics

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

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

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

DANGERS ADVISE OF CONDITIONS OR SITUATIONS THAT


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

ADVISE OF CONDITIONS OR SITUATIONS THAT IF NOT


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

Advise of conditions or situations that if not heeded or


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

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


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

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SAFETY SYMBOLS

The following safety symbols will be used in the equipment.


Their meaning are described below.

Attention, consult accompanying documents.

Ionizing radiation.

Type B equipment.

Dangerous voltage.

Ground.

This symbol indicates that the waste of electrical and


electronic equipment must not be disposed as unsorted
municipal waste and must be collected separately. Please
contact an authorized representative of the manufacturer or
an authorized waste management company for information
concerning the decommissioning of your equipment.

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SERVICE NOTE TO
PORTABLE X-RAY UNITS

THIS PORTABLE UNIT HAS BEEN CONFIGURED,


CALIBRATED AND TESTED BY THE MANUFACTURER.

IT IS READY FOR NORMAL OPERATION.


NO SERVICE TASK IS REQUIRED.

REFER TO THIS SERVICE MANUAL ONLY


FOR PERIODIC MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Page

1 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

1.1 Power Line Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

1.2 Tools and Test Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

2 CONFIGURATION PROCEDURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

2.1 Configuration of DIP Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

2.2 How to Enter and Store Data in Configuration Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4


2.2.1 Configuration of Workstations (1) -- (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2.2.2 Configuration of mA Stations for Each Focus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.2.3 X-ray Tube Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2.2.4 Time Configuration for “Prep” and Collimator Lamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2.2.5 Maximum X-ray Tube Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

3 CALIBRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

3.1 Preliminary Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

3.2 Calibration of Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10


3.2.1 Preliminary Calibration of Filament Current . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
3.2.2 Calibration of kVp Gain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.2.3 Calibration of Filament Current (Small and Large Focal Spots) . . . . . 12
3.2.4 Calibration of mA Gain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3.2.5 Manual Modification of kVp Gain and mA Gain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

4 ADJUSTMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

4.1 Alignment of X-ray Beam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19


4.1.1 Alignment of Light Field with X-ray Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
4.2 Field Size Indicator Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

4.3 Compensation Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

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5 TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

5.1 Error Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28


5.2 Parts Replacement for Monoblock Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
5.2.1 Portable Control Board Replacement (A3175-01/02) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
5.2.2 Control Driver Board Replacement (A3189--01) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
5.2.3 Emi Filter Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
5.2.4 Inductance Chopper Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
5.2.5 Rectifier Bridge Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
5.2.6 Power Supply Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
5.2.7 Magnetothermic Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
5.2.8 Upper Cover Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
5.2.9 Lower Cover Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
5.2.10 Overlay Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
5.2.11 Handswitch Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
5.2.12 Handswitch Support Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
5.2.13 Power Line Cable Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
5.2.14 Handle Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
5.2.15 Hv Tank Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
5.2.16 Collimator Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
5.3 Parts Replacement for SPS Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
5.3.1 Portable Control Board Replacement (A3175-01/02) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
5.3.2 Emi Filter Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
5.3.3 Inductance Chopper Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
5.3.4 Extensora Board Replacement (A3554--02) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
5.3.5 Magnetothermic Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
5.3.6 Power Supply Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
5.3.7 Rectifier Bridge Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
5.3.8 Handswitch Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
5.3.9 Overlay Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
5.3.10 HV Tank / Control Driver Board Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
5.3.11 Power Line Cable Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
5.3.12 Upper Cover Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

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5.3.13 Lower Cover Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66


5.3.14 Signal Cable Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
5.3.15 Cassettes Basket Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
5.3.16 Gas Spring Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
5.3.17 Lock Lever for Wheels Arm Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
5.3.18 Wheel Greentyre Fusion Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
5.3.19 Steering Wheel Tente Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
5.3.20 Collimator Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

6 MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

6.1 Periodic Maintenance Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

6.2 General Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72


6.2.1 External Surfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
6.2.2 Internal Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72

6.3 Cable Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72

6.4 Collimator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

6.5 Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73

6.6 Radiographic Parameter Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

7 RENEWAL PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

7.1 Monoblock Portable X-ray Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

7.2 Portable Stand (Optional for Monoblock Unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77

7.3 Sps Portable X-ray Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78

8 SCHEMATICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81

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SECTION 1 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS

This Portable Unit has been Configured, Calibrated and


Tested by the Manufacturer. It is ready for normal operation.
No service task is required. Refer to this Service Manual only
for Periodic Maintenance or repairs.

1.1 POWER LINE REQUIREMENTS

Note . The Unit is factory provided with a Power Cable (6 meters) and a
Plug for connection to line voltage (wall socket) according to
customer order. If required, change the line cord and plug to
conform to local codes and requirements.

Portable X-ray Units power requirements are:

Maximum Power kW 2.0 4.0

Recommended
Thermomagnetic / Circuit Breaker
Line Current at 110 VAC 16 A 30 A
Line Current at 230 VAC 8A 16 A

Momentary Line Current based on 100 ms X-ray exposure (RMS)

Power Line Operation Connection to standard outlets with GND that accomplished Local Regulation.
Single-Phase Line Automatic Regulation from 100 to 240 ¦10% VAC (50 / 60 Hz)

ACCORDING TO MDD/93/42/CEE, THIS UNIT IS EQUIPPED


WITH EMC FILTERS. THE LACK OF THE PROPER
GROUNDING MAY PRODUCE ELECTRICAL SHOCK TO THE
USER.

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Maximum power line impedance:

3.68

3.48

3.28

3.08

2.88
MAXIMUM POWER LINE IMPEDANCE (OHMS)

2.68

2.48

2.28

2.08

1.88

1.68

1.48

1.28

1.08

0.88

0.68

0.48

0.28

0.08
90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 240 250 260

LINE VOLTAGE (VRMS)

1.2 TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT

The following test equipment is required in Configuration, Calibration and


Troubleshooting and Maintenance:
• Standard service engineers tool kit.
• Oscilloscope.
• Non-invasive kVp Meter.
• Digital Multimeter.
• Calculator.

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SECTION 2 CONFIGURATION PROCEDURE

Configuration and Calibration procedures should only be


performed at field if Portable Control Board, Control Driver
Board or the High Voltage Tank are replaced or the EEPROM
memory is reset or replaced.

All procedures described in this Service Manuals are


performed from the Control Panel of the X-ray Unit.

Configuration provides the initial settings for extended memory and checkout
procedures that must be carried out before starting to work with the Unit.
Functional characteristics of this generator are defined during Configuration.

Calibration data and some configuration data are stored in the extended
memory area in a non-volatile memory chip (U11-EEPROM) located on the
Portable Control Board.

Do not supply the main power until specifically instructed in


this document.

2.1 CONFIGURATION OF DIP SWITCHES

The Dip Switches located in the Portable Control Board (A3175-01/02) define
the Unit configuration:

Dip Switch SW1 Description

ON = Service mode enabled


1
OFF= Service mode disabled

ON = Hardware errors disabled


2
OFF= Hardware errors enabled

ON = Demo mode enabled


3
OFF= Demo mode disabled

ON = Buzzer disabled (Except for exposure sound)


4
OFF= Buzzer enabled

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2.2 HOW TO ENTER AND STORE DATA IN CONFIGURATION MODE

Configuration data is entered from the Control Panel when the Unit is in Service
Mode. Access and configure data as indicated below:
1. Turn the Unit OFF.
2. Open the Cover and set switch S1--1 on Portable Control Board
(A3175-01/02) in “On” position to allow the Service Mode.
3. Turn the Unit ON. A beep will sound when the Unit starts its power-up
routine and the software version (a.e. P01.05.0) is shown on the Display
of the Control Panel.

= Vers. 1, Rev. 05.0


kVp mAs

After the power-up routine the kVp Display shows “CAL” announcing
that the Unit is in Configuration and Calibration Mode.

kVp

The Unit is equipped with six Configuration groups (C01 to C06 ) and their
subgroups shown on the kVp Display when they are selected. (Refer to
Table 2-1 “Configuration Menus”).

4. To enter or exit the Configuration menu:

a. Press and hold first “Collimator Lamp” push-button and then press
“kVp Increase” push-button. Release first the “kVp Increase”
push-button (two beeps sound) and then release the “Collimator
Lamp” push-button (kVp Display shows C01 and both Focal Spot
Leds blink).

b. Press “kVp Increase” or “kVp Decrease” push-buttons to move


through Configuration menus to select any of them (the kVp
Display shows menus from C01 to C06).

c. Press “Collimator Lamp” push-button to enter in the sub-menus.

d. Press “kVp Increase” or “kVp Decrease” to scroll through


sub-menus of each menu and select any of them. The desired
selection will be shown on the kVp Display.

e. Press “Collimator Lamp” push-button to exit the sub-menus.

f. Press and hold first “Collimator Lamp” push-button and then press
“kVp Increase” push-button. Release first the “kVp Increase”
push-button (two beeps sound) and then release the “Collimator
Lamp” push-button in order to exit Configuration Mode.

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Table 2-1
Configuration Menus

Value on kVp Display DESCRIPTION NOTES

CONFIGURATION AS WORKSTATION-1

C1.1 X-ray Tube present (value not changeable) Values factory set.
C0 1
C0.1 O i i l values
Original l mustt nott be
b modified.
difi d
C1.2 Device selection Refer to Section 2.2.1
C1.3 Not used

CONFIGURATION AS WORKSTATION-2

C2.1 X-ray Tube present (value not changeable) Values factory set.
C0 2
C0.2 O i i l values
Original l mustt nott be
b modified.
difi d
C2.2 Device selection Refer to Section 2.2.1
C2.3 Not used

mA STATION CONFIGURATION FOR EACH FOCUS Refer to Section 2.2.2

Set Maximum mA station for “Small Focal


C3.1 mA Stations for “Small Focal Spot”
C0.3 Spot”

Set Minimum mA Station for “Large Focal


C3.2 mA Stations for “Large Focal Spot”
Spot”

X-RAY TUBE LIST SELECTION Refer to Section 2.2.3


C0 4
C0.4
C4 1
C4.1 X ray Tube Configuration
X-ray C nott b
Can be modified.
difi d RRefer
f tto S
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TIME CONFIGURATION FOR “PREP” AND COLLIMATOR LAMP Refer to Section 2.2.4

C0.5 C5.1 “Prep” Time Configuration Factory Configured at 30 seconds.

C5.2 “Collimator Lamp” Time Configuration Factory Configured at 20 seconds.

MAXIMUM X-RAY TUBE POWER Refer to Section 2.2.5


C0.6
Select the maximum power percentage at 70,
C6.1 Maximum percentage limit for X-Ray Tube
80, 90 or 100.

2.2.1 CONFIGURATION OF WORKSTATIONS (1) -- (2)

Workstation-1 or Workstation-2 can be selected in this Unit. To toggle between


Workstations, press and hold “Collimator Lamp” button and press “kVp
Decrease” button, the display shows “ST 1” (for Workstation-1) or shows “ST
2” (for Workstation-2). Inform the operator about the possibility of using
Workstation-1 and Workstation-2, keep in mind that whenever the Unit is turned
ON Workstation-1 is selected by default.

Note . In case the Workstation for the Digital Receptor or Bucky is


selected and no Digital Receptor or Bucky is connected to the Unit
or the connection is malfunctioning, error code “E24” appears on
Display. Press the “Collimator Lamp” button and check
connections and signals of the Digital Receptor or Bucky, or select
the Workstation for Direct if no Receptor is needed.

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In case a Workstation configuration needs to be modified:

1. Enter Configuration Menu C0.1 (for Workstation-1) or C0.2 (for


Workstation-2).

2. Enter sub-menu C1.2 or C2.2. The kVp Display shows (C1.2) or (C2.2)
and the mAs Display shows (0) or (1). Device value is “0” for Direct (film)
or “1” for Digital Receptor or Bucky. Value by default is “0” in both
sub-menus.

3. Press “mAs Increase” to change the corresponding value from “0”


(Direct) to “1” (Digital Receptor or Bucky) or viceversa.

4. Press any “Focal Spot” to save value. Now Exit Configuration mode and
turn the Unit OFF / ON.

2.2.2 CONFIGURATION OF mA STATIONS FOR EACH FOCUS

1. Enter Configuration menu C03.

2. Enter sub-menu C3.1. The kVp Display shows (C3.1) and the mAs
Display shows (20.0).

3. To change the corresponding maximum value of mA station for Small


Focus, press “mAs Increase” or “mAs Decrease”. Factory default value
is 20 mA.

4. Press any “Focal Spot” push-button to save value.

5. Press “kVp Increase”, the kVp Display shows sub-menu (C3.2) and mAs
Display shows (5.00).

6. Press “mAs Increase” or “mAs Decrease” to select the corresponding


minimum value of mA Station for the Large Focus. Factory default value
is 5 mA.

7. Press any “Focal Spot” to save value.

8. Press “Collimator Lamp” push-button to exit the sub-menus. The kVp


Display shows (C03).

Note . Maximum mA station recommended for the ”Small Focus” is 20.0.


The minimum mA value for “Large Focus” should be the lowest mA
station allowed by the Unit.

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2.2.3 X-RAY TUBE SELECTION

This section only applies after a software upgrade. E08 may appear and request
to set index in “1” .

1. Select Configuration menu C04.

2. Enter sub-menu C4.1. The kVp Display shows (C4.1) and mAs Display
shows the Tube Index.

3. To change the X-ray Tube Index (shown on the kVp Display for seconds)
press “mAs Decrease” and set “1”.

4. Press any “Focal Spot” push-button to save data. The Tube identification
(ID) is momentarily shown on the kVp Display and a beep sounds.

5. Press “Collimator Lamp” push-button to exit the sub-menus. The kVp


Display shows (C04).

The Unit automatically resets the Heat Units (%HU)maximum


capacity when the Unit is turned off or when another type of
tube is configured.

2.2.4 TIME CONFIGURATION FOR “PREP” AND COLLIMATOR LAMP

1. Select configuration menu C05.

2. Enter sub-menu C5.1 for Prep Time Configuration. The kVp Display
shows (C5.1) and the mAs Display shows (30).

3. Press “mAs Increase” o “mAs Decrease” to change Preparation Time.


Value Factory set at 30.

4. Press any “Focal Spot” push-button to save value.

5. Press “kVp Increase” to enter sub-menu C5.2 for Collimator Lamp Time.
The kVp Display shows (C5.2) and mAs shows (20).

6. Press “mAs Increase” or “mAs Decrease” to change Collimator Lamp


Time. Value Factory set at 20 seconds.

7. Press any “Focal Spot” to save value.

8. Press “Collimator Lamp” push-button to exit sub-menus. The kVp


Display shows (C05).

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2.2.5 MAXIMUM X-RAY TUBE POWER

Note . The maximum X-Ray Tube Power (power curves) can be set at
70, 80, 90 or 100% of the maximum rate. This power limitation
increases the total life of the Tube.

1. Select Configuration menu C06.

2. Enter sub-menu 6.1. The kVp Display shows (C6.1) and the mAs Display
shows (100).

3. To change the Percentage Rating, press “mAs Increase” or “mAs


Decrease” push-buttons (70, 80, 90 or 100). Value factory set at 100.

4. Press any “Focal Spot” push-button to save the value.

5. Press “Collimator Lamp” push-button to exit Configuration sub-menus.

6. The kVp Display shows (C06). Press and hold first “Collimator Lamp”
push-button and then press “kVp Increase” push-button, release “kVp
Increase” and then release “Collimator Lamp” in order to exit
Configuration Mode.

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SECTION 3 CALIBRATION

The Calibration process is as follows:

CALIBRATION PROCESS

STEP ACTION COMMENTS

Connection of the Oscilloscope for kVp and mA for kVp: 1 V = 10 kV


1
measurements. for mA: 1 V = 10 mA

Minimum mA station in Large Focus at 80 kVp, 40 kVp


2 Preliminary calibration of Filament Current.
and 110 kVp (or 100 kVp).

3 Calibration of kVp Gain. P01

All mA stations in Small Focus and Large Focus at


4 Calibration of Filament Current.
80 kVp, 40 kVp and 110 kVp (or 100 kVp).

5 Calibration of mA Gain. P02

Note . The kV values to be selected in Calibration Mode are: 40, 80, 100
and 110 kVp depending on the maximum kVp of the Unit.

3.1 PRELIMINARY STEPS

1. Connect Oscilloscope CH1 between TP16 (kVp) and TP13 (GND) on


Portable Control Board.

2. Connect Oscilloscope CH2 between TP15 (mA) and TP14 (GND) on


Portable Control Board.

3. Configure CH1 in 2V/div and CH2 in 0.5V/div. Time base in 50 ms/div;


trigger in Normal mode by positive edge of CH1.

4. kVp and mA relation, measured in the Oscilloscope, is as follows:

G Kvp: 1 V = 10 kV

G mA: 1 V = 10 mA

Whenever an exposure is performed during the Calibration


procedure, elapse a minimum of 5 seconds between “PREP”
and “EXP”, this will avoid undesired loss of time.

During Calibration procedure Collimator blades must be fully


closed until otherwise instructed in this manual.

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3.2 CALIBRATION OF PARAMETERS

Note . Before calibrating kVp Gain, a calibration of the Filament Current


for the lowest mA station in Large Focus at 80, 40 and 110 kVp (or
100 kVp) must be performed. Refer to Section 3.2.1.

3.2.1 PRELIMINARY CALIBRATION OF FILAMENT CURRENT

1. Press and hold “Collimator Lamp” push-button, then press “mAs


Increase” push-button. Release first the “mAs Increase” push-button
(two beeps sound). Then release “Collimator Lamp” push-button (the
kVp Display shows 80 or 40 or 110 or 100 and one of the Focal Spot Leds
blinks).

2. Select: 80 kVp, “Large Focal Spot” (led blinks), and the lowest mA station
in Large Focal Spot (by pressing the mAs push-buttons). During
Calibration mAs the Display shows the mA value.

3. Make an exposure and measure kVp and mA signal values with the
Oscilloscope.

a. Verify that both signals are flat and noiseless.

b. If the mA value obtained is not the selected, increase or decrease


the filament current value (shown on the kVp Display) by pressing
and holding “Collimator Lamp” push-button and “kVp Increase” or
“kVp Decrease”.

4. Make an exposure again to verify that the mA value in the Oscilloscope


is the one selected; if it is not, repeat the procedure to increase or
decrease the value.

5. Once the correct mA value is reached, save the value pressing


“Collimator Lamp” and “mAs Decrease” (one beep will sound and the
saved value is shown on the kVp Display). It is important to write down
this data for later reference during calibration.

Note . Once a value for filament current is saved, the value remains in
memory for the next mA station. This feature helps to save time at
entering new data for the next station.

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6. Repeat above procedure to calibrate the Filament Current for 40 kVp at


the lowest mA station in Large Focal Spot. The Filament Current value
is 1, 2 or 3 steps above the one calibrated for 80 kVp. (Refer to Table 3-1).

7. Repeat above procedure to calibrate the Filament Current for 110 kVp (or
100 kVp) at the lowest mA station in Large Focal Spot. The Filament
Current value is 1, 2 or 3 steps lower the one calibrated for 80 kVp. (Refer
to Table 3-1).

Note . The calibration data for Filament Current should not be repeated
at any station.

8. Exit Calibration Mode by pressing and holding “Collimator Lamp”


push-button, then press “mAs Increase” push-button. Release first the
“mAs Increase” push-button (two beeps sound) and then release
“Collimator Lamp” push-button.

3.2.2 CALIBRATION OF kVp GAIN

1. Press and hold “Collimator Lamp” and then press “mAs Decrease”
push-button. Release first only “mAs Decrease” push-button (two beeps
sound) and then release “Collimator Lamp” push-button. The kVp
Display shows P01 and one of the Focal Spot Leds blinks.

2. Press “Collimator Lamp” to enter calibration of kVp Gain (P01).

3. Place a Non-Invasive kVp meter aligned to the X-ray beam at SID


100 cm. Open the light field to center it with the kVp meter.

4. Make an exposure (parameters are automatically selected: 80 kVp, 5mA


(or minimum mA) and, 100 ms), read kVp and take note of the value.
Enter kVp read value in the mAs Display pressing “mAs Increase” or
“mAs Decrease” push-buttons.

5. Save the value by pressing any “Focal Spot” push-button. The Display
mAs shows kVp Gain value during two seconds (this value represents
the Gain correction automatically applied, 200 is the reference value).

6. Press “Collimator Lamp” to exit from sub-menu P01.

7. Exit Calibration by pressing and holding “Collimator Lamp” push-button


and then press “mAs Decrease”, release first “mAs Decrease” (two
beeps sound) and then release “Collimator Lamp” (kVp and mAs
parameters are shown).

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3.2.3 CALIBRATION OF FILAMENT CURRENT (SMALL AND LARGE FOCAL SPOTS)

The Following procedure describes the Filament Current calibration of all mA


stations for both Focal Spots.

Note . At the end of the Filament Current calibration process there are
some stations that do not admit exposure, in that cases enter
manually the value following the trend. (Refer to Table 3-1 as an
example).

KEEP IN MIND THAT ALL FILAMENT CURRENTS SHOULD


HAVE A VALUE, EVEN THE ONES OUT OF RANGE
(EXPOSURES NOT ALLOWED). IN THAT CASES A
CONTINUOUS BEEP WILL SOUND AND THE VALUES ON THE
DISPLAYS BLINK.

1. Press and hold “Collimator Lamp” push-button, then press “mAs


Increase” push-button. Release first the “mAs Increase” push-button
(two beeps sound) and then release “Collimator Lamp” push-button (the
kVp Display shows 80 or 40 or 110 or 100 and one of the Focal Spot Leds
blinks). During Calibration mAs Display shows the mA value.

2. Select: 80 kVp, “Small Focal Spot” (led blinks), and the lowest mA station
in Small Focal Spot (by pressing the mAs push-buttons).

3. Make an exposure and measure kVp and mA signal values with the
Oscilloscope.

a. Verify that both signals are flat and noiseless.

b. If the mA value obtained is not the selected, increase or decrease


the filament current value (shown on the kVp Display) by pressing
and holding “Collimator Lamp” push-button and “kVp Increase” or
“kVp Decrease”.

4. Make an exposure again to verify that the mA value in the Oscilloscope


is the one selected; if it is not, repeat the procedure to increase or
decrease the value.

5. Once the correct mA value is reached, save the value pressing


“Collimator Lamp” and “mAs Decrease” (one beep will sound and the
saved value is shown on the kVp Display). It is important to write down
this data on Table 3-2 for later reference.

Note . Once a value for filament current is saved, the value remains in
memory for the next mA station. This feature helps to save time at
entering new data for the next station.

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6. Repeat the procedure to calibrate the Filament Current for 80 kVp at the
rest of mA stations in Small Focal Spot. The Filament Current value is 3,
4 or 5 steps above the previous calibrated lower mA station at 80 kVp.
(Refer to Table 3-1).

7. Repeat the procedure to calibrate the Filament Current for 40 kVp at the
respective mA stations in Small Focal Spot. The Filament Current value
is 1, 2, 3 or 4 steps above the same mA station calibrated for 80 kVp.
(Refer to Table 3-1).

8. Repeat the procedure to calibrate the Filament Current for 110 kVp (or
100 kVp) at the respective mA stations in Small Focal Spot. The Filament
Current value is 1, 2 or 3 steps lower than the same mA station calibrated
for 80 kVp. (Refer to Table 3-1).

9. Select: 80 kVp, “Large Focal Spot” (led blinks), and the lowest mA station
in Large Focal Spot (by pressing the mAs push-buttons). Calibrate
Filament Current for this kVp / mA combination as indicated before for
Small Focal Spot.

10. Repeat the procedure to calibrate the Filament Current for 80 kVp at the
rest of mA stations in Large Focal Spot. The Filament Current value is 3,
4 or 5 steps above the previous calibrated lower mA station at 80 kVp.
(Refer to Table 3-1).

11. Repeat the procedure to calibrate the Filament Current for 40 kVp at the
respective mA stations in Large Focal Spot. The Filament Current value
is 3, 4, 5 or 6 steps above the same mA station calibrated for 80 kVp.
(Refer to Table 3-1).

12. Repeat the procedure to calibrate the Filament Current for 110 kVp (or
100 kVp) at the respective mA stations in Large Focal Spot. The Filament
Current value is 1, 2 or 3 steps lower the same mA station calibrated for
80 kVp. (Refer to Table 3-1).

Note . The calibration data for Filament Current should not be repeated
for different kVp values at the same mA station. Write down all
Filament Current data on Table 3-2 for later reference.

13. Exit Calibration Mode by pressing and holding “Collimator Lamp”


push-button, then press “mAs Increase” push-button. Release first the
“mAs Increase” push-button (two beeps sound) and then release
“Collimator Lamp” push-button.

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Table 3-1
Example of calibrated data for Filament Current in a 4 kW Unit.

mA Stations 40kVp 80kVp 110 kVp (or 100 kVp)

5 mA 167 164 163

6.4 mA 170 168 167

8 mA 173 171 170


SMALL
FOCAL 10 mA 176 174 173 *
SPOT
12.5 mA 179 177 * 176 *

16 mA 183 180 * 179 *

20 mA 187 183 * 182 *

5 mA 177 174 172

6.4 mA 180 177 175

8 mA 183 180 179

10 mA 187 184 183

12.5 mA 191 188 186

16 mA 194 191 190

LARGE 20 mA 199 195 193


FOCAL
SPOT 25 mA 203 199 198

32 mA 207 204 202

40 mA 212 208 206 *

50 mA 217 213 210 *

64 mA 223 217 * 214 *

80 mA 228 222 * 219 *

100 mA 235 227 * 224 *

NOTES: 1) Some of the values with * should be entered manually following the numeric trend.

2) mA and kVp ranges depend on the Portable Unit model.


2.0 kW, Units are calibrated at 40, 80 and 100 kVp.
4.0 kW Units are calibrated at 40, 80 and 110 kVp.

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Table 3-2
Filament Current Calibration Data

mA Stations 40kVp 80kVp 110 kVp (ó 100 kVp)

5 mA

6.4 mA

8 mA
SMALL
FOCAL 10 mA *
SPOT
12.5 mA * *

16 mA * *

20 mA * *

5 mA

6.4 mA

8 mA

10 mA

12.5 mA

16 mA

LARGE 20 mA
FOCAL
SPOT 25 mA

32 mA

40 mA *

50 mA *

64 mA * *

80 mA * *

100 mA * *

NOTES: 1) Some of the values with * should be entered manually following the numeric trend

2) mA and kVp ranges depends on the Portable model.


2.0 kW, Units are calibrated at 40, 80 and 100 kVp.
4.0 kW Units are calibrated at 40, 80 and 110 kVp.

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3.2.4 CALIBRATION OF mA GAIN

Note . mA Gain should be calibrated once all Filament Current stations


have been calibrated.

1. Press and hold “Collimator Lamp” and then press “mAs Decrease”
push-button to enter Calibration Menu. Release first only “mAs
Decrease” push-button (two beeps sound) and then release “Collimator
Lamp” push-button. The kVp Display shows P01 and one of the Focal
Spot Leds blinks.

2. Select sub-menu P02 by pressing the “kVp Increase” push-button (kVp


Display shows P02).

3. Press “Collimator Lamp” to enter calibration of mA Gain (P02).

4. The Unit automatically selects: 40 kVp, minimum mA station, 200 ms,


and Large focal Spot. Select on the kVp Display the Filament Current
value (previously calibrated) by pressing “kVp Increase” or “kVp
Decrease” push-buttons.

5. Make an exposure and measure mA signal value with the Oscilloscope.


Verify that mA signal is flat and noiseless.

6. Enter mA read value in the mAs Display pressing “mAs Increase” or “mAs
Decrease” push-buttons.

7. Save the value by pressing any “Focal Spot” push-button. The Display
kVp shows the current exposure kVp value and the Display mAs shows
mA Gain value during two seconds (this value represents the Gain
correction automatically applied, 200 is the reference value).

8. Press “Collimator Lamp” to exit from sub-menu P02.

9. Exit Calibration by pressing and holding “Collimator Lamp” push-button


and then press “mAs Decrease”, release first “mAs Decrease” (two
beeps sound) and then release “Collimator Lamp” (kVp and mAs
parameters are shown).

ONCE THE CONFIGURATION AND CALIBRATION PROCESS


IS FINISHED, DO NOT FORGET TO SET THE DIP SW1-1 IN
OFF POSITION (SERVICE MODE DISABLED).

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3.2.5 MANUAL MODIFICATION OF kVp GAIN and mA GAIN

Note . In some situations in which it is difficult to perform the calibration


of kVp Gain and/or mA Gain or when the value is already known,
these values can be manually set.

1. Press and hold “Collimator Lamp” and then press “mAs Decrease”
push-button to enter Calibration Menu. Release first only “mAs
Decrease” push-button (two beeps sound) and then release “Collimator
Lamp” push-button. The kVp Display shows P01 and one of the Focal
Spot Leds blinks.

Note . In case you have to manually modify the mA Gain instead of the
kVp Gain, select sub-menu P02 by pressing the “kVp Increase”
push-button (kVp Display shows P02). Then follow steps 2 to 6 of
Section 3.2.4. “Calibration of mA Gain”.

2. Press “Small Focal Spot” push-button to check the current Gain value,
it is displayed on the mAs display.

3. Press “mAs Decrease” or “mAs increase”, to set the new value.

4. Press “Large Focus” push-button to save the value, a long beep sounds.

5. Exit Calibration by pressing and holding “Collimator Lamp” push-button


and then press “mAs Decrease”, release first “mAs Decrease” (two
beeps sound) and then release “Collimator Lamp” (kVp and mAs
parameters are shown).

ONCE THE CONFIGURATION AND CALIBRATION PROCESS


IS FINISHED, DO NOT FORGET TO SET THE DIP SW1-1 IN
OFF POSITION (SERVICE MODE DISABLED).

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SECTION 4 ADJUSTMENTS

Note . Adjustments are described to be performed with a Film, in case


that a Digital Receptor is used, perform the same procedures with
the Digital Receptor instead of Film.

4.1 ALIGNMENT OF X-RAY BEAM

1. Place the Portable Unit in vertical position. The Unit has to be perfectly
aligned with a Cassette Film for a Cassette of 24 x 30 cm. Check with a
level correct horizontal position of both parts.

Note . The Cassette Film used for testing can be located into an
Horizontal Bucky or Cassette Tray of a Table or alone.

2. Place SID at 1 meter.

3. Turn on Collimator light and center the Collimator in relation to the


Cassette Film. Horizontal and transverse position of the light axes
projected by the Collimator Lamp must be in line with the film axes or film
size edges.

If needed, modify Collimator position by carefully unscrewing and


screwing the four Centering Adjustment and Security Screws (Allen) of
Collimator.

Illustration 4-1
Collimator Screws

CENTERING ADJUSTMENT AND SECURITY SCREWS

4. Position the Collimator Test Tool (RMI model 161B) on the Cassette Film.

5. Turn on Collimator light and by means of the Collimator Control Knobs,


center the Collimator Test Tool with the light axes projected by the
Collimator Lamp.

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6. Adjust the Light Field of the Collimator Lamp to the rectangle drawn
inside the Collimator Test Tool.

7. Place centered the Beam Alignment Test Tool (RMI model 162A) on the
Collimator Test Tool.

8. Load Cassette Film with a Film of 24 x 30 cm.

9. Make an exposure at 60 kVp / 5 mAs.

10. Process film and check that the X-ray Field falls just within the image of
the inner rectangle of the Collimator Test Tool.

If an edge of the X-ray Field falls out of the inner rectangle means a
misalignment of the Light Field respect to the X-ray Field. The maximum
misalignment allowed is 2 % of SID (for SID 1m = 2 cm tolerance).

Refer to Section 4.1.1 for alignment of Light Field with X-ray Field.

4.1.1 ALIGNMENT OF LIGHT FIELD WITH X-RAY FIELD

1. Place the Portable Unit in vertical position. The Unit has to be perfectly
aligned with a Cassette Film for a Cassette of 24 x 30 cm. Check with a
level correct horizontal position of both parts.

2. Place SID at 1 meter.

3. Position the Collimator Test Tool (RMI model 161B) on the Cassette Film.

COLLIMATOR TEST TOOL

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4. Turn on Collimator light and center the Collimator Test Tool with the light
axes projected by the Collimator Lamp.

5. Adjust the Light Field of the Collimator Lamp to the rectangle drawn
inside the Collimator Test Tool.

6. Check on the processed film the adjustment required to meet the Light
Field with the X-ray Field. Identify the deviation on the axes imaged on
the film.

PROCESSED FILM

COLLIMATED LIGHT FIELD

COLLIMATED X-RAY FIELD

LIGHT FIELD MISALIGNMENT

PROCESSED FILM

COLLIMATED LIGHT FIELD = COLLIMATED X-RAY FIELD

GOOD FIELDS ALIGNMENT

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7. Do not remove the Collimator Test Tool from its original position and
adjust the Light Field by moving the Collimator Unit and/or the Collimator
Lamp.

a. Collimator Lamp must be ON during Light Field adjustment.

b. Modify Collimator position by carefully unscrewing and screwing


the four Centering Adjustment and Security Screws (Allen) until
the Light Field coincides with the axes reference imaged (numbers
and dots) on the processed film.

Illustration 4-2
Collimator Screws

CENTERING ADJUSTMENT AND SECURITY SCREWS

c. If adjustment is still necessary, modify position of Collimator Lamp


(refer to Collimator Manual).

8. Repeat exposure and procedure until the result is satisfactory. The


maximum misalignment allowed is 2 % of SID (for SID 1m = 2 cm of
tolerance).

4.2 FIELD SIZE INDICATOR TEST

Note . Before starting with the Field Size Indicator Test, the Alignment of
X-Ray Beam Test and the Alignment of Light Field with X-Ray Field
Test should be performed.

1. Place the Portable Unit in vertical position. The Unit has to be perfectly
aligned with a Cassette Film for a Cassette of 35 x 43 cm. Check with a
level correct horizontal position of both parts.

2. Position SID at 1 meter (use the SID Metric Tape of the Unit).

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3. Open the Collimator blades to set a Field Size of 24 x 30 cm for SID 1m.

4. Turn on Collimator light and center the Collimator in relation to the


Cassette Film. Horizontal and transverse position of the light axes
projected by the Collimator Lamp must be in line with the film axes or film
size edges.

5. Load the Cassette Film with a Film of 35 x 43 cm centered.

6. Make an exposure at 60kVp, 1mAs.

7. Process film and check the following measurements known (refer to


Illustration 4-3):

a. Measure the length of the X-ray Field on the Processed Film


(identified as L)

b. Measure the width of the X-ray Field on the Processed Film


(Identified as W)

Illustration 4-3
X-ray Field Size

FILM 35x43 cm

WIDTH DIMENSION (W)


X-RAY FIELD SIZE ON THE FILM

PROCESSED FILM

LENTH DIMENSION (L)

8. With the measurements obtained and according to the field size


indication selected, the results should be:

G Length dimension (L) = 300 mm

G Width dimension (W) = 240 mm

9. The difference between the indicated Field Size and the obtained Field
Size may not exceed 1.5 % (rejection limit) of the SID in either direction.
Therefore the deviation in any direction should not be higher than 15 mm
(rejection limit) for SID at 1 meter.

10. If the deviation of Field Size Indication is out acceptance limits, it is


necessary to readjust the index of Collimator Blades Control Knobs. For
that, loosen each Collimator Control Knob and position it according to
deviation. Repeat the complete tests until the X-Ray Field Size selected
(24 x 30 cm) is obtained.

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4.3 COMPENSATION FILTER

The Unit allows installation of an additional Compensation Filter (99% purity


Aluminium Filter) at the window of the Tube-housing. Follow steps described
below for installation:

1. Turn the Portable Unit OFF.

2. Disassemble Collimator Cover without removing the Metric Tape.

Cover Screws

3. Loose Collimator Adjustment Screws and separate the Collimator from


the rest of the Unit. Do not disconnect any cable.

Collimator Adjustment Screws

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4. Remove two opposite nuts from HV Transformer at the window of the


Tube-housing. Install Filter and fix it with removed nuts.

Tube-Housing Nuts

Aluminium Filter

+ 0,5 mm Al

5. Re-Install Collimator and check correct Alignment of Collimator Light


Area and X-Ray Exposition Area. If necessary, readjust Collimator
(Refer to Collimator Manual).

6. Re-assemble external Cover.

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SECTION 5 TROUBLESHOOTING

The generator contains many self-diagnostic routines which greatly facilitates


troubleshooting. The self-diagnostic functions require proper operation of the
microprocessor.

As a general rule, the first step in any troubleshooting procedure is to verify


correct power supply voltage.

Note . Whenever the Unit is turned off, wait 5 minutes before turning it ON

Note . Whenever a Portable Control Board or a Control Driver Board or


a High Voltage Tank is replaced, it is necessary to perform the
Configuration and Calibration procedures.

Note . In case the EEPROM memory has to be reset, turn on the Unit and
press and hold “kVp Increase” and “mAs Increase” at the same
time until two beeps are heard. After that, it is necessary to perform
the complete Configuration and Calibration process.

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5.1 ERROR CODES

Table 5-1
Error Code List

ERROR DESCRIPTION

No Error
System does not Start-up (No indication of Activity) -- Precharge Resistors
Code

E03 Wrong configuration of the X-ray Tube.

E06 “Exposure” or/and “Preparation” orders are activated during power-up.

E08 X-ray Tube configuration error.

E09 System error -- Power Inverter error due to overcurrent.

E10 Corrupted data in EEPROM.

E11 System error -- DC BUS error.

E12 mA is out of range during exposure or exposure has been aborted by the operator.

E13 Anode-Cathode voltage out of range or nonexistent during exposure.

E15 Filament or Collimator Lamp current is out of range.

E19 mA without exposure order.

E20 kV without exposure order.

E24 Image Receptor is not ready for an exposure.

Inverter Overheating error. The temperature calculation for the next exposure is beyond 90oC or the present
E28 conditions of the X-ray Unit inhibit the exposure (inverter overheated). Parameters for next exposure are temporally
limited by the generator (change the exposure parameters or wait for the X-ray Unit to cool).

E33 Communication error.

Technique error. If it activates during exposure it means that the exposure has been interrupted by the “Security
E34
Timer” because of a system failure.

E36 The X-ray Tube thermostat / pressurestat is open or is not working properly. Heat Units may raise to any value.

Tube Overload error. The selected technique is beyond the X-ray tube ratings or present conditions of the X-ray tube
inhibit the exposure (anode overheated). Parameters for next exposure may be temporally limited by the generator
E37 (change the exposure values or wait for the X-ray tube to cool).

Check that Heat Units available are lower than the calculated for the next exposure (Heat Units close to zero).
Reduce exposure parameters or wait for the X-ray Tube to cool.

E38 System error -- Chopper failure.

E39 System error -- Power supply error.

E40 System error -- kV Unbalanced.

E47 System error.

E50 Exposure has been aborted by the Operator or system default.

E95 Power Line not good enough for operation.

Err rAm Defective RAM.

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NO ERROR CODE : NO ACTIVITY AT START-UP

DESCRIPTION : Fault during start-up at the Precharge Resistors. There are no indicators for this error.

APPEARS WHEN : During Start--up (connected to a Power Supply)

POSIBLE CAUSES
Open Precharge Resistors (R1 & R2)

Excessive resistance in the Precharge Resistors (R1 & R2)

ACTIONS
1. On the Control Driver Board, revise Resistors R1 & R2. If they are open or if the
resistance is too high, substitute the faulty resistor(s).

2. If the problem persists, contact the manufacturer.

ERROR CODE : E03

DESCRIPTION : Wrong configuration of the X-ray Tube.

POSIBLE CAUSES
EEPROM not initialized

Corrupted data in EEPROM.

ACTIONS
1. Turn the Generator OFF and ON again.

2. If the equipment remains inoperative, get into configuration (C01), menu C1.1,
and select “1”.

3. If still inoperative, reset the EEPROM memory (perform the Configuration and
Calibration process).

4. If the error persists, replace the Portable Control Board.

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ERROR CODE : E06

DESCRIPTION : “Exposure” or/and “Preparation” orders are activated during power-up.

POSIBLE CAUSES
The microprocessor has detected “Prep” and/or “Exp” during power on.

ACTIONS
1. Check that none of the controls are pressed-down.

2. Turn the Generator OFF.

3. Check the Handswitch.

4. If the handswitch is OK, and the equipment remains inoperative, replace the
Overlay.

5. If the Unit remains inoperative, replace the Portable Control Board.

ERROR CODE : E08

DESCRIPTION : X-ray Tube configuration error.

POSIBLE CAUSES
Tube value has not been initialized or the value selected in Configuration C04 is not
correct.

ACTIONS
1. Turn the Generator OFF and ON.

2. If error remains, check/set “1” at configuration data in position C04, menu C4.1.

3. If configuration data is OK, reset the EEPROM memory (perform the


Configuration and Calibration Process).

4. If error remains, replace the Portable Control Board.

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ERROR CODE : E09

DESCRIPTION : Failure in Power Inverter. The instantaneous value of the output voltage of the
inverter is too high.

POSIBLE CAUSES
Defective X-ray Tube.

Defective H.V. Transformer.

Defective IGBT module.

Defective Control Driver Board.

ACTIONS
1. Press the “Collimator Lamp” push-button. If the error code persists, turn the
Generator OFF and ON.

2. If the equipment remains inoperative, turn it OFF and contact the manufacturer.

ERROR CODE : E10

DESCRIPTION : EEPROM error.

APPEARS WHEN : At any time (Start-up, Running or in Standby mode)

POSIBLE CAUSES
Corrupted data or faulty EEPROM on Control Portatil Board (A3175--xx).

Wrong software version or wrong power configuration.

ACTIONS
1. Turn the Generator OFF.

2. Check software version and system power.

3. If both are correct, reset the EEPROM and then re-Calibrate mA and Gain as
described in the calibration sections of this the Service Manual.

4. If the error persists, replace the Control Portatil Board.

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ERROR CODE : E11

DESCRIPTION : Power supply (to either Capacitors or circuitry) not reaching the Control Driver Board.

ERROR TYPE : The error is only recoverable if caused by the voltage being out of range
Recoverable after pressing “Collimator Lamp”.

APPLIED TO : All Portable Generator Systems

APPEARS WHEN : During normal functioning / During Start-up

POSIBLE CAUSES
Faulty Power supply connections or points to the Control Driver Board or PCB
Extensora.

Precharge Relay is open (K1 on the Control Driver Board)

Voltage failure (insufficient during start-up or insufficient or excessive during normal


functioning)

Faulty Control Driver Board (A3189--xx).

ACTIONS

Note . Visually check all Power Supply connections and cables for the Control
Driver . Certain types of portable units have a male--female connection
which goes directly to the Control Driver Board (to connections 17 and
Vneg) Ensure that they are properly connected.

See Diagram 54302050 “Portable X-Ray System”.

1. Ensure that +15V, --15V and +5V enters the Control Driver Board by checking the
connection J1 to J3 and subsequently connections from the PCB Extensora.

2. Ensure that TP10 on the Control Driver Board reads 4V. If 4V is not present,
change the Control Driver Board. If 4V is present, proceed to the next step.

3. On the Control Portatil Board, ensure that TP6 is also reading 4V. If 4V is not
present, ensure that it enters at J6-9, repairing or replacing the Control Portatil
Board as necessary. If 4V is present, proceed to the next step.

4. The signal “/PRECHARGE” should leave the Control Portatil Board at J6-24.
Ensure that this signal is present. If the signal is not present, replace the Control
Portatil Board. If the signal is present, ensure that it enters J2-24 at the Control
Driver Board, repairing or replacing as necessary.

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ERROR CODE : E12

DESCRIPTION : Anode--Cathode current (mA) is either out of range or incorrectly calibrated.

ERROR TYPE : Certain mA stations may not be available for exposures.


Reset the Error with the “Collimator Lamp” push-button.

APPLIED TO : All Portable Generator Systems

APPEARS WHEN : Activating EXP

POSIBLE CAUSES

Calibrated Filament Current is too low (no mA obtained).

Closed loop for mA has an insufficient Tube current (mA station incorrectly calibrated).

Failure in mA Control hardware (filament hardware) or failure/noise in mA measurement.

EEPROM empty / erased

ACTIONS

Note . This Error may indicate a limited mA range due to various factors. It may
be possible to continue using the equipment; only if necessary.

Determine the available mA stations by attempting different exposures,


registering the mA and Focal Spot used following the example given in the
Service Manual (table 3.2) in order to determine the stations where the
error does not appear.

1. Check for symmetry at TP8 and TP9 on the Control Driver Board. If symmetry is
not present, proceed to step 2. If there is symmetry proceed to step 3.

2. Visually check the Control Driver Board for any signs of damage or
disconnection, repairing or replacing whenever necessary. If the Control Driver
appears without damage, disconnect the High Voltage Tank and send it to the
manufacturer for service if possible.

3. The Voltage at TP7 on the Control Driver should be in proportional correlation


with the mA values selected on the Console following the equation 1V for every
10mA. If these values do not correlate, the calibration may be incorrect; proceed
to step 6. If these values correlate well, go to the next step.

4. On the Control Portatil Board (A3175--xx), measure the Voltage in TP4. The
Voltage should be proportional to the mA on the Console (1V=10mA). If the
Voltage is correct, the Error may be masking another problem, shut down the Unit
and contact the Service Engineer. If the Voltage is not correct, go to the next step.

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5. Visually check the flat cable for any possible damage and change if necessary.
If the cable presents no physical damage, review and/or adjust the numbers
entered at the mA stations at which the error is provoked.

Review Calibration and Gain following sections 3.2.1 -- 3.2.3 in the Service
Manual for Portable X--ray Units. If the error persists, contact the Service
Engineer.

6. Enter into Calibration mode following the instructions given in Section 3.2.3 of the
Service Manual.

Revise and modify the actual mA values keeping in mind the proper values shown
in Tables 3.1 and those initially set during calibration in Table 3.2. If the Calibration
table is correct go to step 8.

If the Calibration table does not contain any data, or if some data are missing,
proceed to the next step.

7. Reset and recalibrate the mA using the instructions given in Section 3.2.3 of the
Service Manual. If the error persists, change the Control Portatil Board.

8. If the Calibration data appears to be correct, the mA levels may be too high or low.

Determine their status by reviewing the Calibration and Gain figures following
Section 3.2.1 -- 3.2.3. This may mean adjusting the numbers entered at the mA
stations at which the error is provoked.

If the error persists, replace the Control Portatil Board.

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ERROR CODE : E13

DESCRIPTION : Anode--Cathode voltage (kVp) is out of range or inexistent during exposure.

ERROR TYPE : Depending on the cause, the error may be Fatal.


Reset Error with the “Collimator Lamp” push-button.
APPEARS WHEN : Activating EXP

POSIBLE CAUSES
Flat Cable pinched.
Faulty High Voltage Tank.
Faulty Portable Control Board.
Faulty Control Driver Board.
In versions preceding V1R04.3, this error appeared when the operator released
“Exposure” controls before the termination of the exposure time.

ACTIONS

Note . Before continuing with the actions below, ensure that TP4 and TP6 on the
Control Driver are symmetric (see Control Driver schematics). If they are
not symmetric, refer to Error Code 40.

1. This error may be a result of a short circuit in a connection. Verify Continuity in


the Cable and Connections between the Control Driver Board and the High
Voltage Tank (HVT). The relevant signals on the Control Driver are J1-1 “VTK”,
J1-2 “VTA”, J1-5 “VCK” and J1-6 “VCA”. Their corresponding points for the HVT
are J10-16, J10-3, J10-14 and J10-1.

2. Measure TP3 on the Control Driver Board. The kV value should correspond to
the kV value selected from the Console (equivalent to the formula 1V = 10 kV).

If these two kV values do not correspond (real and selected), change the Control
Driver Board. If they do correspond, proceed to the next step.

3. Measure the kV value on the Control Portatil Board. This value is relative to the
kV values selected from the Console according to the formula 1V=10kV.
If these two kV values do not correspond, proceed to the next step. If these values
do correspond according to the given formula, go to step 4.

4. Check the continuity of the cable between the Control Driver Board and the
Control Portatil Board as well as at their corresponding points for kV (J2-5 and
J6-5 respectively). Replace or correct cable / point wherever necessary.
If there is continuity between the boards, replace the Control Portatil Board.

5. Measure TP3 on the Control Portatil Board. The kV value should correspond with
the values selected from the Console. If these values correspond, the error is
probably caused by a fault in the DAC.
If these values do not correspond: Change the Control Portatil Board.

6. If the equipment remains inoperative, turn the Generator OFF and contact the
manufacturer.

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ERROR CODE : E15

DESCRIPTION : Error related to the Filament Circuitry

ERROR TYPE : Fatal Error: Does not allow PREP or EXP / Collimator Lamp Resets Error

APPLIED TO : All Portable Generator Systems

APPEARS WHEN : Activating PREP or turning on the Collimator Lamp

POSIBLE CAUSES

Interrupted / damaged circuit [HVT Filaments and Collimator Lamp share a common
circuit]

Control Driver has been damaged and/or is defective

Damaged or interrupted Connection between HVT and Control Driver

Either Small or Large Focal Spot Filament is damaged / broken

Damaged or interrupted Connection between Collimator and Control Driver

Collimator Lamp damaged or burnt lamp filament

ACTIONS

If the error appears when activating PREP

1. Reset the Error and Change the Focal Spot. If the Error Persists, replace the
Control Driver Board. If the error does not persist after having changed the Focal
Spot, proceed to the second step.

2. Check the flat cables from the Control Driver to the HVT. If cables are OK, go to
step 3. Replace cable if necessary. If error persists after replacing cables, isolate
the HVT and short circuit connections to the Control Driver. This will determine
if the problem is the HVT or the Control Driver.

3. Test Relay K3 on the Control Driver Board. If the relay functions properly, replace
HVT. If not, replace the Control Driver Board.

4. If the equipment remains inoperative, contact the manufacturer.

If the error appears when activating the Collimator Lamp.

1. Check continuity of the Collimator Lamp filament with a Digitalmeter. If there is


no continuity, change the lamp. If there is continuity proceed with the next step.

2. Revise Collimator Lamp cables and connections, replacing if necessary. If cables


and their corresponding connections are OK, change the Control Driver Board.

3. If the equipment remains inoperative, contact the manufacturer.

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ERROR CODE : E19

DESCRIPTION : Tube current detected (Anode-Cathode) without ”Prep” command.

POSIBLE CAUSES
Defective Control Driver Board or Portable Control Board.

ACTIONS
1. Press “Collimator Lamp”.

2. If the Error remains, turn the Generator OFF and ON.

3. If the equipment remains inoperative, contact the manufacturer.

ERROR CODE : E20

DESCRIPTION : kVp detected without “Exp.” command.

POSIBLE CAUSES
Failure in hardware or noise in kVp measurement.

ACTIONS
1. Press “Collimator Lamp”

2. Turn the Generator OFF and ON.

3. If the error remains, replace Portable Control Board.

4. If the equipment remains inoperative, contact the manufacturer.

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ERROR CODE : E24

DESCRIPTION : Image Receptor is not ready for an exposure.

POSIBLE CAUSES
Malfunction of the Image Receptor.

Wrong wiring of the Image Receptor.

Wrong Image Receptor Selection.

ACTIONS
1. Check signal of the Image Receptor.

2. Check cable connections.

3. Check configuration of workstation related to the Image Receptor.

ERROR CODE : E28

DESCRIPTION : E28 appears in Display.

POSIBLE CAUSES
Excess of exposures in short time.

ACTIONS
1. Wait 12 minutes until the error code disappears.

2. If error code has not disappeared, turn the Unit Off, wait another 12 minutes and
turn it On.

3. If the equipment remains inoperative, contact the manufacturer.

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ERROR CODE : E33

DESCRIPTION : Serial Communication error between X-ray Unit and Personal Computer.

POSIBLE CAUSES
Wrong communication cable condition or connections.

Wrong selection of Serial Port of Personal Computer

Failure in Portable Control Board.

ACTIONS
1. Turn the Unit OFF.

2. Check external connections of the Serial Communication cable between the


X-ray Unit and Personal Computer. Try communication.

3. If the equipment remains inoperative, check at the Personal Computer that


connection and selection of the Serial Port is correct. Try communication.

4. If the equipment remains inoperative, check inside the X-ray Unit the connections
and condition of Communication cable between the Portable Control Board and
internal Sub-D 9 pins connector. Try communication.

5. If the equipment remains inoperative, replace Portable Control Board. Try


communication.

6. If the equipment remains inoperative, contact the manufacturer.

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ERROR CODE : E34

DESCRIPTION : Error in Exposure timer. The Backup Timer stopped the exposure as the Exposure
Timer did not stopped.

POSIBLE CAUSES
Failure in Portable Control Board.

ACTIONS
1. Turn the Generator OFF.

2. Replace Portable Control Board.

3. If the equipment remains inoperative, contact the manufacturer.

ERROR CODE : E36

DESCRIPTION : Pressurestat / thermostat is open. “WARNING” on Display.

POSIBLE CAUSES
X-ray Tube thermostat / pressurestat is open due to overheating or to a thermostat /
pressurestat malfunction. Heat Units may raise to any value.

ACTIONS
1. This error does not require “Collimator Lamp” push-button to be pressed. This
indication disappear automatically.

2. If error code remains, turn the Generator OFF and contact the manufacturer.

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ERROR CODE : E37

DESCRIPTION : Tube Overload error.

ERROR TYPE : Disappears automatically and does not require “Collimator Lamp” push-button to be
pressed (if anode is overheated).

APPLIED TO : All Portable Generator Systems

POSIBLE CAUSES
Selected technique is beyond the X-ray tube ratings
Present conditions of the X-ray tube inhibit the exposure (anode overheated).

ACTIONS
1. Change the exposure values or wait for the X-ray tube to cool.

2. If the error code persists, replace the Portable Control Board.

ERROR CODE : E38

DESCRIPTION : Failure in chopper. The voltage in DC BUS and / or the voltage in chopper Coil is too
high.

POSIBLE CAUSES
Overcurrent in Chopper.

Noise in Hardware that measure this parameter.

ACTIONS
1. Press the “Collimator Lamp” push-button.

2. If the error code persists, turn the Generator OFF and contact the manufacturer.

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ERROR CODE : E39

DESCRIPTION : Not enough voltage in +15V line.

POSIBLE CAUSES
Failure or voltage dropped in +15V line.

ACTIONS
1. Press the “Collimator Lamp” push-button. If the error code persists, turn the
Generator OFF.

2. Replace Portable Control Board. If the equipment remains inoperative, contact


the manufacturer.

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ERROR CODE : E40

DESCRIPTION : Unbalanced kVp (more voltage in one of the lines (Anode or Cathode).

ERROR TYPE : Blocks exposure / Recoverable by pressing the Collimator Lamp button

APPLIED TO : All Portable Generators

APPEARS WHEN : Activating Exposure

POSIBLE CAUSES

Faulty High Voltage Tank.


Faulty components or circuitry in:
The Control Driver Board (A3189-xx)
The Control Portatil Board (A3175-xx)

ACTIONS

Note . The signal “DESEQ” is a negative pulse that only exists during the
exposure.

“VTK” and “VTA” run in parallel and should be symmetric. That is, if VTK
is +20, then “VTA” must be --20. There symmetry is read as 0V by the
reference signal. If the signals are not symmetric, “DESEQ” will be
triggered. Refer to Schematic A3189-xx.

1. On the Control Driver Board, check that TP4 and TP6 are symmetrical. If they are
not symmetrical go to step 3. If they are symmetrical, proceed to step 2.

2. Check for “DESEQ” on J6-11 of the Control Portatil Board during exposure. If
“DESEQ” is present, change the Control Portatil Board. If “DESEQ” is not
present, change the Control Driver Board.

3. Check for symmetry in the signals “VTK” and “VTA” on J1-1 and J1-2. If these
signals are symmetric, there may be a short circuit in one of the components of
the Control Driver Board; change the Control Driver Board. If “VTK” and “VTA”
are not symmetric, proceed to the next step.

4. Check for continuity in the cable from the Control Driver Board to the High Voltage
Tank (Connections: J10-1 and J10-4 on the High Voltage Tank, J1-5 and J1-6 on
the Control Driver Board. Detect the faulty connection point and repair or replace
if possible. If the error persists, proceed to the next step.

5. Replace the High Voltage Tank. If the problem persists, contact the manufacturer.

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ERROR CODE : E47

DESCRIPTION : Hardware Error

POSIBLE CAUSES
The microprocessor did not have sufficient time to or could not read an error.
Noise in an error signal
Sudden drop or disturbance in the Power Supply.

ACTIONS

Note . The most likely cause of this error is a faulty Power Supply or noise
in the error signal caused by filter C1(EMI) on the Control Driver
Board (A3189-xx). Before opening the equipment, attempt to
repeat the same operating conditions with which the error was
produced in an entirely different power supply.

1. If the error was not provoked by a Power Supply drop or disturbance, try to
reproduce the same conditions in which the error occurred. This check may show
the correct error code. If error 47 persists, continue to the next step.

2. On the Control Portatil Board (A3175-xx) verify that the error is reaching TP7 .
If TP7 reports activity, proceed to the next step. If not, proceed to step 4.

3. Determine which signal has provoked the error by checking the entrances to
U15A and U15D and troubleshoot the error according to the table below:

SIGNAL DESCRIPTION / CODE


INVOICE Error 09 Inverter Error
DENSE Error 40 Imbalanced kVp
FILCH Error 15 FIELD Range Error
FAULT Error 38 Chopper Error
PPS Error 39 Power Supply Error

4. Verify that the error signal arrives at logic ports U15A and U15D. If the signal is
present, change the Control Portatil Board and troubleshoot the error according
the table above. If the signal is not present, proceed to the next step.

5. Check that a signal is coming to J6 (points J6-11, J6-12, J6-14, J6-15 or J6-16).
If a signal is present, change the Control Portatil Board and troubleshoot the error
corresponding to the signal. If the signal is not present, proceed to the next step.

6. Verify correct connections and continuity between J6 on the Control Portatil


Board and J2 on the Control Driver Board (points J2-11, J2-12, J2-14, J2-15 and
J2-16). If the continuity and connections are proper and the error still persists,
replace the Control Driver Board (A3189-xx) and proceed to the next step.

7. If the Unit remains inoperative, contact the manufacturer.

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ERROR CODE : E50

DESCRIPTION : Interrupted Exposure.

POSIBLE CAUSES
Operator releases “Prep” / “Exp” button during the exposure.

“RX--Order” signal from the Digital Detector or Bucky has been interrupted during the
exposure (only if the workstation selects a Digital Detector or Bucky).

ACTIONS
1. Press the “Collimator Lamp” push-button. Repeat the exposure holding pressed
the “Prep” / “Exp” until the exposure is completed.

2. If the error code persists, turn the Generator OFF and check:
-- the Handswitch or exposure controls.
-- “RX--Order” signal is sent from the Digital Detector or Bucky
to the Power Module.

ERROR CODE : E95

DESCRIPTION : Failure in external Power Line that inhibits any operation.

POSIBLE CAUSES
Poor quality of Electricity Line or High Line impedance.

ACTIONS
1. Turn the Unit OFF and move to another plug.

2. If the Unit remains inoperative, change to another line plug (this is not a problem
of the Unit).

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ERROR CODE : RAM

DESCRIPTION : Failure in External Memory or the Internal Memory of the Microcontroller (Control
Portatil A3175--xx). The Unit remains blocked and at Start-up the following is
displayed:

kVp Display shows (rAm) and mAs Display shows (Err)

POSIBLE CAUSES
Faulty Microcontroller RAM (U5) in the Portatil Control Board.

Faulty External RAM in the Portatil Control Board.

ACTIONS
1. Turn the Unit OFF and ON again to reset the RAM.

2. If the Unit remains inoperative, change the Portatil Control Board.

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5.2 PARTS REPLACEMENT FOR MONOBLOCK UNIT

DO NOT MANIPULATE INSIDE THE UNIT WITHOUT


DISCONNECTING IT FROM MAINS, RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK.

POWER UNIT CONTROL DISPLAY


COLLIMATOR

Note . Refer to Renewal Parts Section for further information on parts


identification.

Note . Whenever a Portable Control Board or a Control Driver Board or


a High Voltage Tank is replaced, it is necessary to perform the
Configuration and Calibration procedures.

5.2.1 PORTABLE CONTROL BOARD REPLACEMENT (A3175-01/02)

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Disconnect J4 (Ribbon cable) at Portable Control Board.

5. Unscrew the Support (4 nuts) of the Portable Control Board.

6. Replace the Portable Control Board.

7. Re-install the parts step by step.

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5.2.2 CONTROL DRIVER BOARD REPLACEMENT (A3189--01)

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Unscrew the round metal base of the Handswitch and take it out.

5. Unscrew the white bumpers of the Lower Cover (4 Allen screws). Take
out carefully the Lower Cover (as line cable still connected) and pass it
through the connectors window.

6. Place the unit vertically with the Collimator on the Table.

7. Place the end of a flat screwdriver in the opening hole of the


Magnetothermic, push and take it out.

8. Cut the plastic fasteners of the black wires connected to the Board.

9. Unscrew the 4 black wires and the 3 red wires attached with nuts to the
Control Driver Board.

10. Take out Mylar between capacitors.

11. Unscrew the 2 Allen screws located at each side of the chassis. These
are the screws that assemble the Connectors / Boards Support to the
Portable Chassis.

12. Disconnect at the EMI Filter Board the 2 black wires from the Control
Driver Board (2 nuts).

13. Move the Connectors / Boards Support and disconnect J2 at the Power
Supply.

14. Disconnect GND wire attached to Chassis.

15. Release cables of the Thermomagnetic.

16. Unscrew the 2 Allen screws of L-shaped support of the Thermomagnetic


and take out J1, J3, J4 and J5 at the Control Driver Board.

17. Take out the 2 Allen screws of the Control Driver Board close to
connectors J2 and J5.

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18. Take out the 4 nuts of the Control Driver Board (access through the Board
holes) and take out the Control Driver Board.

19. Slit the Heat Shrink cover cables of the Magnetothermic and unsolder
them from K1 on Control Driver Board. Solder the cables to K1 of the new
Control Driver Board and cover them with a new Heat Shrink.

20. Pick up new Board and spread a layer of Thermic Silicone under the
IGBT.

21. Place new Board with the 4 nuts and the 2 Allen screws removed before.

22. Remove the Ribbon cable from the old Board and connect it to J2 in the
new Board.

23. Connect J1, J3 (with Ferrita), J4 and J5 in the new Board.

24. Install the L-shaped Support of the Thermomagnetic.

25. Connect cable from J3 (with Ferrita) to J2 in the Power Supply.

26. Connect tightly the 2 black wires (2 nuts) at the EMI Filter Board.

27. Connect wires of the Thermomagnetic.

28. Connect the GND wire to Chassis.

29. Place the Connectors / Boards Support and secure it to the Chassis by
using the 4 Allen screws.

30. Place the Mylar between capacitors.

31. Screw the 4 black wires and the 3 red wires to the Control Driver Board
and fasten these wires as they were before.

32. Re-install the Thermomagnetic.

33. Place the Lower Cover and screw the white bumpers (4 Allen screws).

34. Re-install the Handswitch and screw the round metal base.

35. Connect GND wire (Allen 7) in the Upper Cover.

36. Connect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

37. Place and screw the Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

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5.2.3 EMI FILTER REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Unscrew the round metal base of the Handswitch and take it out.

5. Unscrew the white bumpers of the Lower Cover (4 Allen screws). Take
out carefully the Lower Cover (as line cable still connected) and pass it
through the connectors window.

6. Place the unit vertically with the Collimator on the Table.

7. Place the end of a flat screwdriver in the opening hole of the


Magnetothermic, push and take it out.

8. Take out Mylar between capacitors.

9. Unscrew the 2 Allen screws located at each side of the chassis. These
are the screws that assemble the Connectors / Boards Support to the
Portable Chassis.

10. Disconnect at the EMI Filter Board the 2 black wires from the Control
Driver Board (2 nuts) and the 2 nuts that attache the red cables.

11. Unscrew 2 allen (4) screws that secure the part and pick it up.

12. Install new part and reinstall the unit step by step.

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5.2.4 INDUCTANCE CHOPPER REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Unscrew the round metal base of the Handswitch and take it out.

5. Unscrew the white bumpers of the Lower Cover (4 Allen screws). Take
out carefully the Lower Cover (as line cable still connected) and pass it
through the connectors window.

6. Place the unit vertically with the Collimator on the Table.

7. Place the end of a flat screwdriver in the opening hole of the


Magnetothermic, push and take it out.

8. Cut the plastic fasteners of the black wires connected to the Board.

9. Unscrew the 4 black wires and the 3 red wires the Control Driver Board.

10. Take out Mylar between capacitors.

11. Unscrew the 2 Allen screws located at each side of the chassis. These
are the screws that assemble the Connectors / Boards Support to the
Portable Chassis.

12. Unsolder red cable from the Inductance Chopper and disconnect black
and red cable from Control Driver Board.

13. Unscrew 4 nuts that secure the part and pick it up.

14. Install new part and reinstall the unit step by step.

5.2.5 RECTIFIER BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Unscrew the round metal base of the Handswitch and take it out.

5. Unscrew the white bumpers of the Lower Cover (4 Allen screws). Take
out carefully the Lower Cover (as line cable still connected) and pass it
through the connectors window.

6. Place the unit vertically with the Collimator on the Table.

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7. Place the end of a flat screwdriver in the opening hole of the


Magnetothermic, push and take it out.

8. Unscrew 2 screws (Allen 2.5) located at each side of the “U” shaped
chassis.

9. Disconnect J2 at Power Supply.

10. Release 2 cables that connect the Rectifier Bridge and the EMI Filter.

11. Release the red cable that links the Inductance and the Rectifier Bridge.

12. Unsolder both cables of the Rectifier Bridge.

13. Unscrew nut at the center of Rectifier Bridge and replace the part.

14. Re-install the parts step by step.

5.2.6 POWER SUPPLY REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Unscrew the round metal base of the Handswitch and take it out.

5. Unscrew the white bumpers of the Lower Cover (4 Allen screws). Take
out carefully the Lower Cover (as line cable still connected) and pass it
through the connectors window.

6. Place the unit vertically with the Collimator on the Table.

7. Place the end of a flat screwdriver in the opening hole of the


Magnetothermic, push and take it out.

8. Unscrew 2 screws (Allen 2.5) located at each side of the “U” shaped
chassis.

9. Unscrew 2 screws located at each side of the chassis.

10. Disconnect J2, J1 and GND cables.

11. Now the Power Supply is ready to be taken out. Unscrew 4 nuts located
at each corner of the Power Supply.

12. Replace the Power Supply.

13. Re-install the parts step by step.

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5.2.7 MAGNETOTHERMIC REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Place the end of a flat screwdriver in the opening hole of the


Magnetothermic, push and take it out.

5. Unscrew cables attached to Magnetothermic and replace the part.

6. Re-install the parts step by step.

5.2.8 UPPER COVER REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Disconnect J4 (Ribbon cable) at Portable Control Board.

5. Unscrew the Support (4 nuts) of the Portable Control Board.

6. Take Out the Support.

7. Unscrew nuts of Handswitch Support and take it out.

8. Re-install the Support with the Portable Control Board in the new cover.

9. Re-install the Handswitch Support.

10. Replace Upper Cover.

11. Re-install the parts step by step.

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5.2.9 LOWER COVER REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew the round metal base of the Handswitch and take it out.

2. Unscrew the white bumpers of the Lower Cover (4 Allen screws). Take
out carefully the Lower Cover (as line cable still connected) and pass it
through the connectors window.

3. Disassemble the Line Plug of the Power Line Cable.

4. Take out cover and install the new Lower Cover.

5. Re-install the parts step by step.

5.2.10 OVERLAY REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Disconnect J4 (Ribbon cable) at Portable Control Board.

5. Unscrew the Support (4 nuts) of the Portable Control Board.

6. Take Out the Support and replace the Overlay.

7. Re-install the parts step by step.

5.2.11 HANDSWITCH REPLACEMENT

1. Unthread the round metal base of the Handswitch and take it out.

2. Insert and thread the round metal base of the new Handswitch.

5.2.12 HANDSWITCH SUPPORT REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Unscrew nuts of Handswitch Support.

5. Replace Handswitch Support and re-install the parts step by step.

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5.2.13 POWER LINE CABLE REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Place the end of a flat screwdriver in the opening hole of the


Magnetothermic, push and take it out.

5. Disconnect the Line wires attached to the Magnetothermic.

6. Disconnect the GND wire of the Line cable (chassis).

7. Cut the plastic cable fastener attached to Line cable and disassemble
black Ferrite block from cable.

8. Loose the external white plastic nut of the Line cable and start taking out
it carefully. Remove the wire terminals if necessary.

9. Install new cable. Do not forget to install the ferrites and the plastic cable
fasteners.

10. Re-install the parts step by step.

5.2.14 HANDLE REPLACEMENT

1. Remove the special screws at both sides of the Handle. Take care with
the washers.

2. Replace the Handle carefully (do not scratch the covers). The washers
must be installed in the same order that were removed.

3. Tighten strongly the two special screws of the Handle.

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5.2.15 HV TANK REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Unscrew the round metal base of the Handswitch and take it out.

5. Unscrew the white bumpers of the Lower Cover (4 Allen screws). Take
out carefully the Lower Cover (as line cable still connected) and pass it
through the connectors window.

6. Remove the Collimator (Refer to Collimator Replacement).

7. Take out Handle (Refer to Handle Replacement).

8. Place the Unit vertically with the Collimator on the Table.

9. Unscrew 2 (Allen 4) screws at both sides of the chassis.

10. Unscrew 2 nuts at the metal support of the Control Driver Board.

11. Remove 2 screws (4x12) in the pins of the HV Tank.

12. Turn the electronic assembly backwards carefully and disconnect J10
and the 3 primary contacts attached with nuts. Now the HV Tank is
released except for the Collimator.

13. Install the Collimator in the new HV Tank and proceed backwards step
by step.

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5.2.16 COLLIMATOR REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws).

2. Disconnect J5, J6 (Ribbon cable) and J7 at Portable Control Board.

3. Disconnect GND wire (Allen 7) and take out the Upper Cover.

4. Unscrew the round metal base of the Handswitch and take it out.

5. Unscrew the white bumpers of the Lower Cover (4 Allen screws). Take
out carefully the Lower Cover (as line cable still connected) and pass it
through the connectors window.

6. Disconnect J4 (Collimator / Board cable) at Control Driver Board.

7. Place the Unit vertically with the Collimator on the Table.

8. Loosen four Collimator Safety screws and take out Collimator.

9. Place new Collimator in the Unit. Center the Collimator with the Unit and
screw (6 turns each screw) the four Safety screws at each corner of the
Collimator.

This process will affect centering of Collimator light.


Screwing may modify position of Collimator and it must be
manually centered while tightening the Safety Screws. It is
recommended 6 turns to each screw, check parallelism
between Collimator and Unit Chassis (correct position if
necessary) and finishing tightening screws.

10. If applicable remove the SID Guard from the old Collimator and re-install
it in the new one.

11. Re-install the parts step by step.

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5.3 PARTS REPLACEMENT FOR SPS UNIT

DO NOT MANIPULATE INSIDE THE UNIT WITHOUT


DISCONNECTING IT FROM MAINS, RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK.

CONTROL MODULE

POWER MODULE

CONNECTOR MODULE

BASE UNIT

Note . Refer to Renewal Parts Section for further information on parts


identification.

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Note . Whenever a Portable Control Board or a Control Driver Board or


a High Voltage Tank is replaced, it is necessary to perform the
Configuration and Calibration procedures.

5.3.1 PORTABLE CONTROL BOARD REPLACEMENT (A3175-01/02)

1. Unscrew side Cover screws (4) of the Control Module and the Cover
screws (3) of the Connector Module.

2. Take Connector Module Cover off and disconnect Round Connector,


Sub--D Connector and GND.

3. In order to release the Power cables attached at the Base, unscrew (4)
Allen Cover screws located at the Base Unit and disconnect the GND and
the Power Line Cables.

4. Raise the Control Module and place it on a table (the Power Line Cables
will pass through the column).

5. Disconnect J4, J5, J6, J7 from Portable Control Board.

6. Unscrew the Support (4 nuts) of the Portable Control Board.

7. Replace the Portable Control Board.

8. Re-install the parts step by step.

5.3.2 EMI FILTER REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew side Cover screws (4) of the Control Module and the Cover
screws (3) of the Connectors Module.

2. Take Connector Module Cover off and disconnect Round Connector,


Sub--D Connector and GND.

3. In order to release the Power cables attached at the Base, unscrew (4)
Allen Cover screws located at the Base Unit and disconnect the GND and
the Power Line Cables.

4. Raise the Control Module and place it on a table (the Power Line Cables
will pass through the column).

5. Remove the 4 cables attached with nuts to the EMI Filter.

6. Remove the 2 screws of the Emi Filter Board support.

7. Replace part and re-install the parts step by step.

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5.3.3 INDUCTANCE CHOPPER REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew side Cover screws (4) of the Control Module and the Cover
screws (3) of the Connectors Module.

2. Take Connector Module Cover off and disconnect Round Connector,


Sub--D Connector and GND.

3. In order to release the Power cables attached at the Base, unscrew (4)
Allen Cover screws located at the Base Unit and disconnect the GND and
the Power Line Cables.

4. Raise the Control Module and place it on a table (the Power Line Cables
will pass through the column).

5. Cut heatshrink and unsolder yellow cable from the Inductance Chopper.

6. Cut heatshrink and unsolder black cable from the Rectifier Bridge.

7. Remove the 4 nuts of the Inductance support (one of them with a GND
cable that must be reinstalled at the same nut when replacing the part.)

8. Replace part and re-install the parts step by step.

5.3.4 EXTENSORA BOARD REPLACEMENT (A3554--02)

1. Unscrew side Cover screws (4) of the Control Module and the Cover
screws (3) of the Connectors Module.

2. Take Connector Module Cover off and disconnect Round Connector,


Sub--D Connector and GND.

3. In order to release the Power cables attached at the Base, unscrew (4)
Allen Cover screws located at the Base Unit and disconnect the GND and
the Power Line Cables.

4. Raise the Control Module and place it on a table (the Power Line Cables
will pass through the column).

5. Unscrew 2 screws at both ends of the Sub--D connector.

6. Disconnect J1 and J2 from the Extensora Board.

7. Remove the 4 screws of the Extensora Board support.

8. Unsolder K1.

9. Replace part and re-install the parts step by step.

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5.3.5 MAGNETOTHERMIC REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew side Cover screws (4) of the Control Module and the Cover
screws (3) of the Connectors Module.

2. Take Connector Module Cover off and disconnect Round Connector,


Sub-D Connector and GND.

3. In order to release the Power cables attached at the Base, unscrew (4)
Allen Cover screws located at the Base Unit and disconnect the GND and
the Power Line Cables.

4. Raise the Control Module and place it on a table (the Power Line Cables
will pass through the column).

5. Unscrew 4 Allen screws located at the internal area of the Connectors


Module.

6. Place the end of a flat screwdriver in the opening hole of the


Magnetothermic, push and take it out.

7. Disconnect cables from the Magnetothermic and replace the part.

8. Re-install the parts step by step.

5.3.6 POWER SUPPLY REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew side Cover screws (4) of the Control Module and the Cover
screws (3) of the Connectors Module.

2. Take Connector Module Cover off and disconnect Round Connector,


Sub-D Connector and GND.

3. In order to release the Power cables attached at the Base, unscrew 4


Allen Cover screws located at the Base Unit and disconnect the GND and
the Power Line Cables.

4. Raise the Control Module and place it on a table (the Power Line Cables
will pass through the column).

5. Unscrew 2 screws close to the Sub-D connector.

6. Disconnect J1 and J2 and GND from the Power Supply Board.

7. Remove the 4 screws of the Power Supply Board.

8. Replace part and re-install the parts step by step.

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5.3.7 RECTIFIER BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew side Cover screws (4) of the Control Module and the Cover
screws (3) of the Connectors Module.

2. Take Connector Module Cover off and disconnect Round Connector,


Sub-D Connector and GND.

3. In order to release the Power cables attached at the Base, unscrew (4)
Allen Cover screws located at the Base Unit and disconnect the GND and
the Power Line Cables.

4. Raise the Control Module and place it on a table (the Power Line Cables
will pass through the column).

5. Remove central nut of the Rectifier Bridge.

6. Apply Heat Conductive Silicone to the base of the Rectifier.

7. Replace the Rectifier Bridge and re-install the parts step by step.

5.3.8 HANDSWITCH REPLACEMENT

1. Unthread the round metal base of the Handswitch and take it out.

2. Insert and thread the round metal base of the new Handswitch.

5.3.9 OVERLAY REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew side Cover screws (4) of the Control Module and the Cover
screws (3) of the Connectors Module.

2. Take Connector Module Cover off and disconnect Round Connector,


Sub-D Connector and GND.

3. In order to release the Power cables attached at the Base, unscrew 4


Allen Cover screws located at the Base Unit and disconnect the GND and
the Power Line Cables.

4. Raise the Control Module and place it on a table (the Power Line Cables
will pass through the column).

5. Disconnect J4 from Portable Control Board.

6. Insert a flat screwdriver or similar in the edge of the overlay and take it
off carefully (it has attached the J4 flat cable).

7. Stick the new Overlay and re-install the parts step by step.

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5.3.10 HV TANK / CONTROL DRIVER BOARD REPLACEMENT

1 2

Unscrew the Cover screws (3) of the Con- Fully extend the Arm, then lay down the
nectors Module, take Connector Module Trolley, with the cassettes basket resting
Cover off and disconnect Round Connector, on the floor, leave the Power Module face
Sub-D Connector and GND. up on a table or similar (this will avoid the
arm to push up when removing the Power
Module).

3 4

Unscrew the side screws from the Handle Remove the side screws of the upper cover
Arm and separate the Power Module with (4 allen).
the Signal cable from the Arm.

5 6

Loosen the Collimator Screws Remove the Bottom screws of the Lower
and take it off. Cover (4 )

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7 8

Remove the Collimator spacer. Remove the Metric Tape Top Screw and let it in.

9 10

Lift the Collimator Cover and disconnect all Now, take out the Lower cover of the Power
cables connected to the Collimator. module through the Cable.

11 13

Cut the round Terminal and pass its cable through

Remove the PCB support (2 screws + 4 nuts


of the IGBT).

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14 15

Lift the PCB, disconnect the flat cable J5 and At the HV Tank, disconnect J10, 3 nuts, GND
remove the PCB. and the Support Plate.
Only for PCB Replacement: Install the new
PCB and proceed in reverse order. Do not forget
to remove old silicone and apply a new layer on
the Tank surface.

16

17

Remove the Collimator Adaptation Ring from


the Tank.

18
Remove the old Tank and Install the new
one, then reinstall the Unit in reverse order.
Remove the Screws of the Side Support of
the Tank.

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5.3.11 POWER LINE CABLE REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew (4) Allen Cover screws located at the Base Unit and disconnect
the GND and the Power Line Cables.

2. Replace part and re-install the parts step by step.

5.3.12 UPPER COVER REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew Upper Cover (4 Allen screws) and take it off.

2. Install new Cover.

3. Unscrew Lower Cover (4 Allen screws).

5.3.13 LOWER COVER REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew the Cover screws (3) of the Connectors Module, take


Connector Module Cover off and disconnect Round Connector, Sub-D
Connector and GND.

2. Unscrew Upper Cover of the Power Module (4 Allen screws) and take it
off.

3. Remove plastic fastener attached to the HV Tank and to the Collimator


cable.

4. Pass the Lower Cover through the cable and take it off.

5. Re-install new Cover.

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5.3.14 SIGNAL CABLE REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew the Cover screws (3) of the Connectors Module, take


Connector Module Cover off and disconnect Round Connector, Sub-D
Connector and GND.

2. Unscrew Upper Cover of the Power Module (4 Allen screws) and take it
off.

3. Remove plastic fastener attached to the HV Tank and to the Collimator


cable.

4. Unscrew Lower Cover of the Power Module (4 Allen screws).

5. Pass the Lower Cover though the cable and take it off.

6. Remove 3 Cover screws located at the back of the Power module.

7. Disconnect GND cable at Control Driver Board.

8. Disconnect connectors at Connectors module and remove them from the


plate.

9. Remove cables 18 and 19 (black cables marked on board) from Control


Driver Board.

10. Remove Cable Racord at Cover and take off the cable.

11. Re-install the parts step by step.

5.3.15 CASSETTES BASKET REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew 4 Allen screws and take it off.

2. Replace part.

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5.3.16 GAS SPRING REPLACEMENT

1. Fully extend the Arm and loosen the Elbow Allen Screws.

2. Lay down the Trolley on the floor with the cassette basket facing the floor.
Leave the Power Module face up resting on a table, chair or similar,
preventing the arm from springing up when removing the Gas Spring.

3. The box of the Manual Lock might need to be replaced. With a Flathead
screwdriver, lever out the six (6) catches that fix the lower half of the box
to the upper (2 on each of the lateral sides and 1 on the fore and aft). The
upper cover, which is fixed to the Arm, does not need to be replaced.

4. Remove the four (4) screws at the Arm Support and the two (2) screws
of the Column Bracket of the Gas Spring.

5. Install the new Gas Spring using the same screws to fix the bracket as
before.

6. Place the Unit in an upright position and fully extend the arm, blocking the
Arm Lock Lever.

7. The distance measured with the Collimator metric tape to the floor should
be between 200 cm (78.7”) and 220 cm (86.6”).

8. If the Distance measured is smaller than the minimum 200 cm (78.7”) or


greater than the maximum 220 cm (86.6”), change the position of the
Lower Support Screws of the Gas Spring.

GAS SPRING

MANUAL LOCK

CABLE

BOX
POSITION NOTCHES

ELBOW ALLEN SCREWS


LOWER SUPPORT

UPPER SUPPORT SCREWS


LOWER SUPPORT SCREWS

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9. Then, check the up and down balance of the Power Module. Unlock the
Arm Lock Lever and place the Power Module in a horizontal position.

G If the Power Module goes down, move up the Upper Support.

G If it goes up, lower the Upper Support.

G If it stays on place (a slight up or down is normal), the arm is


balanced. Go to next step.

10. Tighten carefully the Elbow Allen Screws.

5.3.17 LOCK LEVER FOR WHEELS ARM REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew 4 Allen screws at column and take it off.

2. Replace part.

5.3.18 WHEEL GREENTYRE FUSION REPLACEMENT

1. Fully extend the Arm.

2. Lay down the Trolley on the floor, with the cassettes basket resting on the
floor, leave the Power Module face up on a table, chair or similar (this will
avoid the arm to push up when removing the Power Module).

3. Unscrew nuts at both wheels and replace them.

5.3.19 STEERING WHEEL TENTE REPLACEMENT

1. Fully extend the Arm.

2. Lay down the Trolley on the floor, with the cassettes basket resting on the
floor, leave the Power Module face up on a table, chair or similar (this will
avoid the arm to push up when removing the Power Module).

3. Unscrew 4 nuts at every wheel and replace them.

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5.3.20 COLLIMATOR REPLACEMENT

1. Unscrew the Cover screws (3) of the Connectors Module, take


Connector Module Cover off and disconnect Round Connector, Sub-D
Connector and GND.

2. Unscrew Upper Cover of the Power Module (4 Allen screws) and take it
off.

3. Remove plastic fastener attached to the HV Tank and to the Collimator


cable.

4. Unscrew Lower Cover of the Power Module (4 Allen screws).

5. Pass the Lower Cover though the cable and take it off.

6. Unscrew Lower cover (4 Allen screws).

7. Disconnect J4 (Collimator / Board cable) at Control Driver Board.

8. Place the Unit vertically with the Collimator on the Table.

9. Loosen four Collimator Safety screws and take out Collimator.

10. Place new Collimator in the Unit. Center the Collimator with the Unit and
screw (6 turns each screw) the four Safety screws at each corner of the
Collimator.

This process will affect centering of Collimator light.


Screwing may modify position of Collimator and it must be
manually centered while tightening the Safety Screws. It is
recommended 6 turns to each screw, check parallelism
between Collimator and Unit Chassis (correct position if
necessary) and finishing tightening screws.

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SECTION 6 MAINTENANCE

The purpose of this Periodic Maintenance is to guaranty a continue safe


performance of the Unit, to increase serviceability, to reduce costs (down time,
repairs, etc.) and to assure the safety (personal risk).

The following checks and maintenance procedures, at the the suggested


intervals, are the manufacturer’s recommendation for the most effective
Periodic Maintenance schedule for this Portable Unit.

Service tasks here described must be performed exclusively by service


personnel specifically trained on medical X-ray Generators.

The first periodic maintenance service should be performed six (6) months after
installation and the subsequent services every twelve (12) months. Periodic
Maintenance Service depends on the working load of the Unit.

6.1 PERIODIC MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES

Prior to any periodic maintenance procedure, it is recommended to perform a


test exposure using the same operating factors and conditions as for a typical
exposure.

Perform the X-ray Tube warm-up procedure if the Tube has not been in use one
after the last exposure.

Before performing X-ray exposures ensure that the tube is


properly warmed-up. Make sure that no persons will be
inadvertently exposed to unnecessary X-rays during this
procedure.

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6.2 GENERAL CLEANING

NEVER ATTEMPT TO CLEAN OR HANDLE ANY PART OF THE


UNIT WHEN IT IS ON. SWITCH IT OFF AND DISCONNECT IT
FROM THE MAINS BEFORE CLEANING OR INSPECTING.

6.2.1 EXTERNAL SURFACES

Clean external Covers and surfaces frequently, particularly if corroding


chemicals are present, with a cloth moistened in warm water with mild soap.
Rinse wipe with a cloth moistened in clean water. Do not use cleaners or
solvents of any kind.

Clean console keyboard and displays with a cloth dampened in warm water with
mild soap. Rinse wipe with a cloth dampened in clean water.

Also check painted surfaces for scratching and touch up as required.

6.2.2 INTERNAL CLEANING

NEVER ATTEMPT TO CLEAN INTERNALLY THE UNIT. THE


UNIT MUST BE ALWAYS KEPT SHUT UNLESS A SPECIFIC
TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE IS TO BE UNDERTAKEN
BY HIGHLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

6.3 CABLE CHECKS

Check that all electrical connections are firm and secure and that all cable
clamps and strain reliefs are in place. Also check that connectors do not have
exposed wire-veins and check cable sheaths (cable cover) for wear and fraying.

Check that all cables are correctly routed.

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6.4 COLLIMATOR

Check the Collimator condition performing the following test:

1. Turn the Unit ON .

2. Open fully the Collimator blades using the Collimator Control Knobs and
switch On the Collimator Lamp. Check the Lamp lights properly. Check
the Laser Pointer function if the Collimator is provided with this device.

3. Close fully the Collimator blades using the Collimator Control Knobs and
switch On the Collimator Lamp. Check the Lamp lights is not emitted out
of the Collimator.

4. Open / close the Collimator blades using the Collimator Control Knobs
for selecting different “SID / FIlm Size References” (refer to the table on
the Collimator Cover). Check the final image size by switching On the
Collimator Lamp.

5. If any of these tests is not acceptable, remove the Collimator Cover and
repair the blades mechanism or the Collimator as described in Section 5
“Troubleshooting”.

6.5 CONTROL PANEL

Verify that the handswitch cable and its connection to the Unit are in good
condition.

Check correct operation of the push-buttons, displays and indicators by


performing the following test:

1. Turn the Unit ON .

2. Select a radiographic technique and observe:

G Technique parameters are displayed on the console.

G Change technique parameters and observe that changes are


correctly displayed.

G Select 70 kVp and maximum mAs.

G Press “Prep” and verify that the “Ready” indicator is illuminated.


Release “Prep” and observe that the “Ready” indicator is off.

G Make a typical exposure, and verify that radiographic exposure


sound signal and the “X-ray ON” indicator function correctly during
the X-ray exposure.

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6.6 RADIOGRAPHIC PARAMETER TEST

1. With the Unit power OFF:

G Place a Non-Invasive kVp Meter aligned to the X-ray beam at SID


100 cm to measure kVp. Open the light field to center it with the
kVp Meter.

G Unscrew the Upper Cover of the Unit and take it off carefully
without disconnecting any wire. Connect the Oscilloscope
between TP15 (mA) and TP14 (GND) on Portable Control Board
to measure mA.

Configure the Oscilloscope in 0.5V/div. The mA relation measured


in the Oscilloscope is 1 V = 10 mA.

2. Turn the Unit ON .

3. kVp Test:

G Select 80 kVp, 50 mAs and Large Focus. Make an exposure and


note the kVp read on the Non-invasive kVp Meter at the end of the
exposure.

G Check that the kVp value read must be 80 ± 5% kVp. If the kVp
value does not comply with it, perform the respective Calibration
procedures (refer to Section 3).

4. mA Test:

G Select 80 kVp, Small Focus and the highest mA station in Small


Focus (read the mA station on the Control Panel by pressing any
“Focal Spot” and “mAs Decrease” push-buttons at the same time).

Make an exposure and measure the mA signal value with the


Oscilloscope. Verify that the signal is flat and noiseless.

G Select 80 kVp, Large Focus and the lowest mA station in Large


Focus (read the mA station on the Control Panel by pressing any
“Focal Spot” and “mAs Decrease” push-buttons at the same time).

Make an exposure and measure the mA signal value with the


Oscilloscope. Verify that the signal is flat and noiseless.

G Check that the mA values read must be the selected on the Control
Panel ± 5% mA. If any mA value does not comply with it, perform
the respective Calibration procedures (refer to Section 3).

5. Turn the Unit OFF. Disconnect the Oscilloscope and re-install the Upper
Cover of the Unit.

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SECTION 7 RENEWAL PARTS

7.1 MONOBLOCK PORTABLE X-RAY UNIT

FRU 1 = Replacement Part should be in stock.


FRU 2 = No need to have it in stock; easy to get after order.
FRU N = All parts exist in the Manufacturer stock.

ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY. FRU REP REFERENCE REMARKS

A0 Monoblock Portable X-Ray Unit 1 N Y A6546--02

A1 Portable Control Board 1 1 Y A3175--01/02 Located under Control Panel

A2 Control Driver Board 1 1 Y A3189--01

A3 EMI Filter Board 1 1 Y A3191--01

A4 Inductance Chopper 1 2 N A6065--02

A5 Rectifier Bridge 1 2 N 53404011

A6 Power Supply 1 2 N 53418013

A7 Magnetothermic CIP 32A Curve-D 1 2 N 50613104

A8 Upper Cover 1 2 N 7371--04

A9 Lower Cover 1 2 N 7372--04

A10 Overlay 1 1 N 55801323 For VET use: 55801319

A11 Handswitch 1 1 N A3399--13

A12 Power Line Cable 1 2 N A3390--08 A3390-09 (USA)

A13 Handle 1 1 N 7379--01

A14 HV Tank and X-Ray Tube 1 2 N A6622--21 For VET use:


for 4.0 kW A6617--21/22 for 2.0 kW
A6619--21 for 4.0 kW

B0 Collimator 1 N Y 6693--07 6693--09 with Laser

B1 Lamp, 24 V 100 W 1 1 N Refer to Collimator Manual for code

B2 External Cover 1 1 N Refer to Collimator Manual for code

B3 Collimator Window 1 2 N Refer to Collimator Manual for code

B4 Control Knob 1 1 N Refer to Collimator Manual for code

B5 Metric Tape 1 2 N Refer to Collimator Manual for code

B6 SID Guard 1 2 N 10076--02 Optional for Human use

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A0

A8

A10
A1
A2
A4
A14 A6
A5 A11

A9

A12
A13

A3 A7

B0

B4

B2 B6

B3

B5

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7.2 PORTABLE STAND (OPTIONAL FOR MONOBLOCK UNIT)

FRU 1 = Replacement Part should be in stock.


FRU 2 = No need to have it in stock; easy to get after order.
FRU N = All parts exist in the Manufacturer stock.

ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY. FRU REP REFERENCE REMARKS

D0 Portable Stand 1 N Y 6545--03

D1 Articulated Arm 1 2 N 7772--01

D2 Wheel PVC 160x40e 2 2 N 53810022

D3 Wheel 2475 PJH 050 P30--11 2 2 N 53810023

D4 Turning Lock K4--2359--07 2 2 N 53830305

D5 Positioner Ring ELYSIA GUN 2 2 N 54404020


37312

PORTABLE STAND

D0
D1

D4

D5
D2
D3

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7.3 SPS PORTABLE X-RAY UNIT

FRU 1 = Replacement Part should be in stock.


FRU 2 = No need to have it in stock; easy to get after order.
FRU N = All parts exist in the Manufacturer stock.

ITEM DESCRIPTION QTY. FRU REP REFERENCE REMARKS

E0 SPS Portable X-Ray Unit 1 N Y A7900--01

F0 Control Module 1 N Y A7901--01


F1 Portable Control Board 1 1 Y A3175--01/02 Located under Control Panel
F2 EMI Filter Board 1 1 Y A3191--01
F3 Inductance Chopper 1 2 N A6065--02
F4 Extensora Board 1 1 Y A3554--02
F5 Magnetothermic CIP 32A Curve-D 1 2 N 50613104
F6 Power Supply 1 2 N 53418013
F7 Rectifier Bridge 1 2 N 53404011
F8 Handswitch 1 1 N A3399--13
F9 Overlay 1 1 N 55801323 For VET use: 55801319
F10 Power Line Cable 6.5 m 1 2 N A3390--07 A6725--04 (USA)

Power Module with Covers,


G0 1 1 Y A6546--06
Signal Cable and HV Tank
G1 Upper Cover of Power Module 1 2 N 7371--07
G2 Lower Cover of Power Module 1 2 N 7372--07
G3 Signal Cable 1 2 N A7910-01 Between Control Module and Power
Module

H0 Mobile Unit 1 N Y A7902--01


H1 Cassettes Basket 1 2 N 10006--01
H2 Gas Spring Kit 1 2 N A7921--01
H3 Lock Lever for Wheels Arm 1 2 N 10018--03
H4 Wheel Greentyre Fusion 315 2 2 N 53810030
H5 Steering Wheel Tent D=50 mm. 2 2 N 53810024

I0 Collimator 1 N Y 6693--15 With Laser Light: 6693--16


I1 Lamp, 24 V 100 W 1 1 N Refer to Collimator Manual for code
I2 External Cover 1 1 N Refer to Collimator Manual for code
I3 Collimator Window 1 2 N Refer to Collimator Manual for code
I4 Control Knob 1 1 N Refer to Collimator Manual for code
I5 Metric Tape 1 2 N Refer to Collimator Manual for code
I6 SID Guard 1 2 N 10076-02 Optional for Human use

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E0

G0

F0
G1

F9

F1

I0

F8
F5
G3
F6 F7

F2
F4 F3

G2

F10

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SPS PORTABLE X-RAY UNIT

E0

I0

H2

I4
I2
H1

I6

I5
I3

H3

H4

H0

H5

H2

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SECTION 8 SCHEMATICS

SCHEMATIC DESCRIPTION MONOBLOCK SPS UNIT

54302050 SPS Portable X-ray System X

A6546--01 Monoblock Portable X-ray Unit X

A3175--01 Portable Control Board -- Control Portatil PCB X X

A3175--02 Portable Control Board -- Control Portatil PCB X X

A3189--01 Control Driver Board -- Control Driver PCB X X

A3554--02 Extensora Board -- Extensora PCB X

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82 SM-0510R8
Supply line :220/110Vac rms

J9 J5

1
2
3

PLUG AC FEMALE Pasar este cable por la sonda CT1 de la tarjeta. Control-Driver Pasar este cable por el transformador T1 de la tarjeta. Cntrol-Driver
L1 Pass this cable through the current sensor CT1 in the Pass this cable throught transformer T1 in the Control-Driver PCB
emc
6BPC5006 160uH, 147Ap Control-Driver
PLUG AC MALE
D1 1 2 1
AC1O
AC1I
2

1
J1 J1 C1 470nF/2000V
AC2I

Tierra 3 3
CB1 4
Circuit Breaker AC2O

2
3 H.V.TANK W/O TUBE
A 3191-01 Vet-Control-Driver
TR1-2

17 19 TR1-1

ac-2 Vneg 15 TR1-3


Manguera Sub-D-9- Female Sub-D-9- Male
ac-1 A7904-01 J1 J3
J5.1 FGrueso J10.21
5 5 K1-COM J5.2 J10.9
9 9 K1-NO J5.5 J10.23
4 4 FFino
Condor-GLC50B J5.6 J10.11
8 8 J5.9 J10.25
3 3 Frtn
J2.2 +5V +15V J5.10 J10.13
J2.4 7 7 J3.2
J7 +5V 2 2 -15V
HandSW J1.L J2.3 -15V +5V J3.3 VTK
J1.N J2.6 6 6 J3.4 J1.1 J10.16
+15V 1 1 Reference VTA
J2.1 Reference J3.1 J1.2 gnd J10.3
1 Tierra J2.5 J1.3 gnd J10.15
2 J1.4 VCK J10.2
J4 P2
3 IFIL J1.5 VCA J10.14
13 13 J2.1 J1.6 J10.1
25 25 mA
+5V

K1-NO
K1-COM
J2.1
J2.2
J2.3
J2.4
Collimator J2.2 Perno de Tierra
J2 J6 12 12
Reference KVDEM J2.3
1 1 J5.1 24 24 J2.4
HandSW2 IFIL J3 J3 11 11 KV
2 2 HandSW1 J5.2 J6.1 mA J1.1 IFIL /ENFIL J2.5
3 3 J5.3 J6.2 J1.2 J3.19 19 19 23 23 J2.6
Luz Colim Collimator mA 37 37 10 10 IFILDEM
J5.4 J6.3 KVDEM J1.3 J3.37 Collimator /E-Inverter J2.7
J6.4 J1.4 J3.18 18 18 22 22 J2.8
RX KV KVDEM 36 36 9 9 Vcarr
J13 Reference J7.1 J6.5 /ENFIL J1.5 J3.36 KV /CSDAC J2.9
J7.2 J6.6 J1.6 J3.17 17 17 21 21 J2.10
1 TX IFILDEM /ENFIL 35 35 8 8 /DESEQ
RX_ORDER J7.3 J6.7 /E-Inverter J1.7 J3.35 IFILDEM /FILOC J2.11
6 J7.4 J6.8 J1.8 J3.16 16 16 20 20 J2.12
2 RX_RQ Vcarr /E-Inverter 34 34 7 7
J7.5 J6.9 /CSDAC J1.9 J3.34 Vcarr /FAULT J2.13
7 J6.10 J1.10 J3.15 15 15 19 19 J2.14
3 /DESEQ /CSDAC 33 33 6 6 /PS Collimator
KV DW J6.11 /FILOC J1.11 J3.33 /DESEQ /INVOC J1.15
8 J1.1 J4.1 J6.12 J1.12 J3.14 14 14 18 18 J2.16
4 LUZ +15V /FILOC 32 32 5 5 PREP Collimator light
J1.2 mAsUP J4.2 J6.13 /FAULT J1.13 J3.32 XON J2.17 J4.1
9 J1.3 J4.3 J6.14 J1.14 J3.13 13 13 17 17 J2.18
5 FG /PS /FAULT 31 31 4 4 FILF/G Collimator-rtn
J1.4 mAS DW J4.4 J6.15 /INVOC J1.15 J3.31 /PS J2.19 J4.3
J1.5 J4.5 J6.16 J1.16 J3.12 12 12 16 16 J2.20
FF PREP /INVOC 30 30 3 3 GND
Female DB9 J1.6 prep J4.6 J6.17 XON J1.17 J3.30 PREP DIN J2.21 J4.2
J1.7 J4.7 J6.18 J1.18 J3.11 11 11 15 15 J2.22
EXP FILF/G XON 29 29 2 2 CLK
J1.8 Reference J4.8 J6.19 +5V J1.19 J3.29 FILF/G J2.23
J1.9 J4.9 J6.20 J1.20 J3.10 10 10 14 14 J2.24
KVUP Reference 28 28 1 1
J1.10 J4.10 J6.21 DIN J1.21 J3.28 J2.25
J6.22 J1.22 J3.9 9 9 J2.26
CLK DIN 27 27
Keyboard +5V J6.23 /PRE-CHARGE J1.23 J3.27 CLK Sub-D-25-Female Sub-D-male
J10.1 J6.24 J1.24 J3.8 8 8
55801181 LASER +5V 26 26 A3189-01
J10.2 J6.25 Reference J1.25 J3.26
J6.26 J1.26 J3.7 7 7
25 25 Luz Colim
J3.25 Reference
J3.6 6 6
Control 24 24
A 3175-02 J3.24
J3.5 5 5
+15V 23 23 +5V +
J3.23 +5V
J3.4 4 4
+5V 22 22
J3.22 Reference LASER -
J3.3 3 3
Reference 21 21
J3.21 -15V LASER
J3.2 2 2
-15V 20 20
J3.20 Reference
J3.1 1 1

hembra Macho

PCB EXTENSORA
A3554-02

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


DRAWING A.Querol 19/12/02 54302050
1/1
A Entrega doc. F. Díaz 28/01/05 REVISED A.Diaz 19/12/02 A b.3 b.2 b.1 REV
b.3 +5,en J13 A.Querol 6/11
b.2 +15V +5V A.Querol 28/07
b.1 First Issue A.Querol 12/02 SEDECAL Portable X-Ray System
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E

4 4

Pasar este cable por la sonda CT1 de la tarjeta. Control-Driver Pasar este cable por el transformador T1 de la tarjeta. Cntrol-Driver
emc Pass this cable through the current sensor CT1 in the Control-Driver Pass this cable throught transformer T1 in the Control-Driver PCB

Circuit Breaker

J9 CB1
AC1O
Supply line :220/110V 1 AC1I
2 470nF/2000V
3 AC2I C1
6BPC5006 L1
Tierra
AC2O D1 1

160 uH, 147Ap


2 H.V.TANK W/O TUBE
A 3191-01 Vet-Control-Driver
TR1-2
Ground Stud 4 17 19 TR1-1

1 Vneg 15 TR1-3
2
3
3 3
J5.1 FGrueso J10.21
K1-COM J5.2 J10.9
+5V K1-NO J5.5 FFino J10.23
Condor-GLC50B J5.6 J10.11
J2.2 J5.9 Frtn J10.25
J2.4 +15V J5.10 J10.13
J1.L J2.1 -15V J3.2
J1.N J2.6 +5V J3.3 VTK
J2.3 Reference J3.4 J1.1 VTA J10.16
Tierra J2.5 J3.1 J1.2 gnd J10.3
J1.3 gnd J10.15
J1.4 VCK J10.2
J7 1 Tierra IFIL J1.5 VCA J10.14
HandSW 2 Reference J6.1 mA J2.1 J1.6 J10.1
3 EXP J5.1 J6.2 Collimator J2.2 Perno de Tierra
PREP J5.2 J6.3 kVDEM J2.3
+5V Luz Col J5.3 J6.4 kV J2.4
J13 J5.4 J6.5 /ENFIL J2.5
J6.6 IFILDEM J2.6
1 J6.7 J2.7
6 /E-Inverter
RX J6.8 Vcarr J2.8
2 J7.1 J6.9 J2.9
7 Reference /CSDAC
TX J7.2 J6.10 /DESEQ J2.10
3 J7.3 J6.11 J2.11 Collimator
8 RX_ORDER /FILOC
RX_RQ J7.4 J6.12 +15V J2.12
4 J7.5 J6.13 J2.13
9 /FAULT
J6.14 /PS J2.14
5 J6.15 J1.15
KV DW /INVOC Collimator
2 J1.1 LUZ J4.1 J6.16 PREP J2.16 Collimator light (Blue) 2
Female DB9 J1.2 mAsUP J4.2 J6.17 XON J2.17 J4.1
J1.3 FG J4.3 J6.18 FILF/G J2.18 Collimator-rtn (Black)
J1.4 mAS DW J4.4 J6.19 +5V J2.19 J4.3
J1.5 FF J4.5 J6.20 Reference J2.20 GND (yellow/green)
J1.6 prep J4.6 J6.21 DIN J2.21 J4.2
J1.7 EXP J4.7 J6.22 CLK J2.22
J1.8 Reference J4.8 J6.23 /PRE-CHARGE J2.23
J1.9 KVUP J4.9 J6.24 +5V J2.24
J1.10 J4.10 J6.25 Reference J2.25
J6.26 J2.26 Laser diode
OPTIONAL EXTERNAL KEY Keyboard
55801181 J10.1 A3189-01
J3.1 J10.2 +5V-Laser (Red)
J3.2
Control_1 GND
A 3175-XX

REVISION NEW ISSUE

1 A3175-02 DEFAULT CONFIGURATION 1

OPTION: OVERLAY PREP&EXP


A3175-12 INHIBIT BY EXTERNAL KEY F NE 035/05 F. Díaz 01/02/05 NAME DATE SHEET / OF
SWITCH CONNECTED TO J3 E N. de C. 03/103 A.Querol 05/03 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/01 A6546-01
1/1
D N.de C. 02/060 A.Querol 04/02 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/01 G F E D C B A REV
C N. de C. 02/027 A.Querol 02/02
B New L1 A.Querol 07/01
G NE 142/06 J.A.Garcia 11/05/06 SEDECAL Monoblock Portable X-ray Unit
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
A B C D E

+5V
C1 +5V
C2

19 100nF C3 100nF +5V


U1
U2 17 100nF
4 12 DB0 20 R1
L7 DP V+ ID0
27 11 DB1 U3 DB0 14
L0 SEGA ID1 DB0 VDD
3 13 DB2 DB0 3 2 AD0 DB1 13 3
L1 SEGB ID2 D0 VCC Q0 DB1 RFBA
1 14 DB3 DB1 4 5 AD1 DB2 12 10K
L2 SEGC ID3 D1 Q1 DB2
25 10 DB4 +5V DB2 7 6 AD2 DB3 11 4 3
L3 SEGD ID4(SHUT) D2 Q2 DB3 REFA
2 6 DB5 DB3 8 9 AD3 DB4 10 1
L4 SEGE ID5(DEC) D3 Q3 DB4 KVDEM
4 24 5 DB6 DB4 13 12 AD4 DB5 9 2 4
L5 SEGF ID6(HEXA) D4 Q4 DB5
26 7 DB7 DB5 14 15 AD5 DB6 8 U4A R32 TP1
L6 SEGG ID7(DATA) C4 DB6 D5 Q5 AD6 DB7 DB6 C5 R2 LMC6482
17 D6 Q6 16 7 DB7 AGND 1
18 9 100nF DB7 18 19 AD7 10nF 10K
D8 MODE U5 +5V D7 Q7 10K C43
DISPLAY7 21 D7 WRITE 8 38 A/B 6 A/B
22 1 16 +5V 33nF
DISPLAY6 D6 AR1 OC WR
DISPLAY5 17 D5 VCC 11 G GND 15 CS RFBB 19
20 29 37 DB0
DISPLAY4 D4 EA/VP P0.0 DB1
DISPLAY3 23 D3 P0.1 36 REFB 18
C6 33pF DB2 10 74HCT373 R3 10K C7
DISPLAY2 16 D2 P0.2 35 2 OUTA
15 Y1 15 34 DB3 20
DISPLAY1 D1 GND X1 P0.3 DB4 OUTB 100nF
P0.4 33
20 Mhz DGND

8
+5V 32 DB5
ICM7218AIQI 28 P0.5 DB6
14 X2 P0.6 31 5
DB7 U7 AD7528KR 5
33pF P0.7 30 7 IFILDEM
C8 J1 2K2 AD0 10 11 DB0 6
D1 C9 J2 AD1 9 A0 D0 DB1 U4B TP2
26 PSEN A1 D1 12 R33
AD2 8 13 DB2 C10 LMC6482
1N4448 1uF A B AD3 7 A2 D2 DB3 TP13 10nF R4
15

4
D6 U22 B A AD4 6 A3 D3 DB4 10K 10K C44
4 RESET P2.0 18 A4 D4 16
MMSZ10T1 R13 PC3H7 19 AD5 5 17 DB5 33nF
CR1 D2 P2.1 AD6 4 A5 D5 DB6 R14
J9 8 INT0 P2.2 20 A6 D6 18
R5 9 21 AD7 3 19 DB7
820 1N4448 100K INT1 P2.3 A7 D7 +15V
1 P2.4 22 25 A8
PPZ 2 D7
10 T0 P2.5 23 24 A9
+5V
C11
+5V
C12 D5
2K74
11 T1 P2.6 24 21 A10
25 23 100nF LM336 2.5V
+5V P2.7 A11 U8
A/B 40 P1.0 2 A12 VCC 28 20
DF04S MMSZ10T1 C13 41 27 100nF
3 P1.1 ALE/P DB0 17 3
42 P1.2 20 CS1 DB0/MA0 VCC
+5V 43 13 +5V 26 C14 DB1 16 TP3
100nF P1.3 RD CS2 100nF DB2 15 DB1/MA1
44 P1.4 WR 12 27 WE DB2/MA2 CH1 3 KV
74HCT244 20 1 22 DB3 14 TP4
U9 P1.5 OE GND DB4 13 DB3/MA3
S1 2 7 4 mA
DB0 P1.6 TXD DB5 12 DB4 CH2 TP5
1 8 2 1A1 VCC 1Y1 18 3 P1.7 RXD 5 DB5
DB1 HM6264 14 DB6 11
2 7 4 1A2 1Y2 16 DB6 CH3 5 IFIL
DB2 VSS GND DB7 9 TP6
3 6 6 1A3 1Y3 14 DB7
4 5 8 1A4 12 DB3 6
1Y4 16 17 CH4 VCARR
J3 11 2A1 9 DB4 P89C51RD2 18
2Y1 DB5 INTR
1 13 2A2 2Y2 7
PRESOST 2 15 2A3 2Y3 5 DB6
DB7
19 WR VREF 8
17 2A4 2Y4 3 1 RD
2 CS AGND 7
AR2 1
10K 1G +5V GND R6
19
GND 2G +5V C16 100nF
ADC0844 10 +15V
10 16
U11 U10 2K
8 ST24C16 1 A VCC Y0 15 C17 C15 D3
2 14 +5V 100nF 100nF LM336 5.0V
B Y1
1 A0 VCC SDA 5 3 C Y2 13
2 A1 SCL 6 Y3 12 20
3 +5V 11 U12
A2 Y4 DB0
WC 7 6 G1 Y5 10 3 D0 VCC Q0 2 /LUZ_COL
4 9 DB1 4 5
GND G2A Y6 D1 Q1 FILF/G
C18 R27 5 7 DB2 7 6
KV DW G2B GNDY7 D2 Q2 /CSDAC
100nF 1K +5V DB3 8 9
4 D3 Q3 /EN_BUZ
DB4 13 12
2 8 D4 Q4 /FIL_EN 2
+5V 74HC138 DB5 14 15
LUZ D5 Q5 LASER
DB6 17 16
C19 R38 DB7 D6 Q6 DL1
/ENABLE 18 D7 Q7 19 R7
4K99
mAs UP +5V
+5V 1
/PREP OC
100nF 11 1K
74HCT244 20 G GND
FG J4 PRECHARGE
U13 C45 74HCT373
DB0 TP7 68nF 10
1 1 2 1A1 VCC 1Y1 18
4 1A2 DB1 +5V
mAs DW 2 2 1Y2 16 DB2 C20 100nF
3 3 6 1A3 1Y3 14
8 1A4 DB3
4 4 1Y4 12 DB4
TX
FF 5 5 11 2A1 2Y1 9 RX
13 2A2 DB5 U14C
6 6 2Y2 7 DB6
CLK
7 7 15 2A3 2Y3 5 DIN
17 2A4 DB7
PREP 8 8 2Y4 3 9 INVOC
9 9 8 10 DESEQ
AR3 1 11
10 10 1G FILOC
10K 19
EXP GND 2G FAULT
PS
3 C31 100nF +5V U15A
10
KV UP 6 4 U15B 1
5 4 3
+5V U6A R9 9 6 2
2 3 8 5
13 10 U15D
12 2 74HC4049 100 12
1 C22 74HC32 11
1 KEYBOARD TP14 R34
10K
1nF U15C 13 1

55801181 D17 1N4448 74HC27

J5
F NC 03/201 F.Díaz 24/11/03 NAME DATE SHEET / OF
4 D18 1N4448 E NC 02/020 F. Díaz 05/02/02 DRAWING F. Díaz 17/01/06
A3175-01
3 1/2
HANDSW 2 /XON REVISED A. Díaz 17/01/06 I H G F E REV
1
I NC 07/089 F. Díaz 19/04/07
H NC 04/191 F. Díaz 16/11/04
G NC 04/080 F. Díaz 30/04/04 SEDECAL CONTROL PORTATIL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
A B C D E

+5V

+5V
C39 100nF C30
L[0..7] 100nF
U6B

8
4 5
KVp mAs 7
U19B 5
PS
U6C
IFIL
L0 L0 L0 6 6 7
L0 a a INVOC
L1 L1 DL2 L1 DL3 C33
L1 b b 10nF
4 L2 L2 L2 U6D +5V 4
L2 c c
L3 L3 L3 10 9

4
L3 d d DESEQ
L4 L4 L4
L4 e e
L5 L5 L5 U19A U6E TP8
L5 f f
L6 L6 L6 LMC6482 12 11
L6 L7 g g FILOC C42
L7 L7 3 +5V
L7 D.P. D.P.
mA 1 U6F 100uF
DISPLAY1 com com 2 FAULT 15 14 16V
HDSP3600 HDSP3600 C34 R25
10nF D8 D9 D10 D11 74HC4049 U21A 10K
/LUZ_COL 3 2
1N4448 1N4448 1N4448 1N4448
U20A R19 1K 74HC4049
LMC6482 J6
3 1
KV 1 R20 15K4 2
2 3
L0 L0 C35
a a 10nF KVDEM 4
L1 DL4 L1 DL5 R21 15K4
L2 b L2 b 5
L3 c L3 c +5V /FIL_EN 6
L4 d L4 d C36 100nF IFILDEM 7
e e R22 1K /ENABLE 8
L5 L5
L6 f L6 f 9
g g /CSDAC 10

8
L7 L7
D.P. D.P. U20B R29 R28 +5V +5V 11
5 12
7 R15 R16 R17 R18 10K 10K
DISPLAY2 com com VCARR 13
HDSP3600 HDSP3600 6
C37 100K 10K R26 14
10K 100K 15
3 10nF R11 R12 3
D12 D13 D14 D15 10K 16
10K

4
C41 C40 10K TP9 17
10nF 33nF 18
FILF/G 19
L0 L0 20
L1 a DL6 L1 a DL7 21
b b DIN 22
L2 L2
c c CLK 23
L3 L3
L4 d L4 d U21C 24
L5 e L5 e 25
f f PRECHARGE 7 6 +15V 26
L6 L6
L7 g L7 g 74HC4049 U18A C25
D.P. D.P. TP10

6
100nF TP11
DISPLAY3 com com
HDSP3600 HDSP3600 +5V 2 7
/PREP
DL13 R23 1K TC4426

3
TP12 U18B
DISPLAY4
R24
DISPLAY5
DISPLAY6 /XON 4 5
+5V
kV mA
4K75
READY L0 TC4426
DISPLAY7 TP16 TP15 R35
2 2
DL8 C32 U17 80K6 DL12
EXP L1 100nF MAX232 16 C26

DL9 1 2 1uF
C27 C1+ Vcc V+ +5V
FF L2
1uF 3 6
DL10 C1- V-
4 C2+
C29 C28
FG L3 D16
1uF 1uF
5 C2-
DL11 1N4448 J10
11 14 J7 1
2
12 13 5
+5V
4
TX 10 7 3
LS1 R30 Q2
U21B 2 MTD3055
RX 9 8 1 LASER
/EN_BUZ 5 4
C21 100
74HC4049 100nF GND
4 8
R8 R31
D4 15 10K
RST VCC 22
+5V 1N4148
OUT 3
R10
1
TRIG 2 1
7 DISCH
C38 6 3K48
THD Q1
100nF MTD3055
GND COMP F NC 03/201 F.Díaz 24/11/03 NAME DATE SHEET / OF
C23 E NC 02/020 F. Díaz 05/02/02 DRAWING F. Díaz 16/11/04
A3175-01
U16 1 5 2/2
ICM7555 C24 100nF REVISED A. Díaz 16/11/04 I H G F E REV
I NC 07/089 F. Díaz 19/04/07
100nF
H NC 04/191 F. Díaz 16/11/04
G NC 04/080 F. Díaz 30/04/04 SEDECAL CONTROL PORTATIL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
A B C D E

+5V
C1 +5V
C2

19 100nF C3 100nF +5V


U1
U2 17 100nF
4 12 DB0 20 R1
L7 DP V+ ID0
27 11 DB1 U3 DB0 14
L0 SEGA ID1 DB0 VDD
3 13 DB2 DB0 3 2 AD0 DB1 13 3
L1 SEGB ID2 D0 VCC Q0 DB1 RFBA
1 14 DB3 DB1 4 5 AD1 DB2 12 10K
L2 SEGC ID3 D1 Q1 DB2
25 10 DB4 +5V DB2 7 6 AD2 DB3 11 4 3
L3 SEGD ID4(SHUT) D2 Q2 DB3 REFA
2 6 DB5 DB3 8 9 AD3 DB4 10 1
L4 SEGE ID5(DEC) D3 Q3 DB4 KVDEM
4 24 5 DB6 DB4 13 12 AD4 DB5 9 2 4
L5 SEGF ID6(HEXA) D4 Q4 DB5
26 7 DB7 DB5 14 15 AD5 DB6 8 U4A R32 TP1
L6 SEGG ID7(DATA) C4 DB6 D5 Q5 AD6 DB7 DB6 C5 R2 LMC6482
17 D6 Q6 16 7 DB7 AGND 1
18 9 100nF DB7 18 19 AD7 10nF 10K
D8 MODE U5 +5V D7 Q7 10K C43
DISPLAY7 21 D7 WRITE 8 38 A/B 6 A/B
22 1 16 +5V 33nF
DISPLAY6 D6 AR1 OC WR
DISPLAY5 17 D5 VCC 11 G GND 15 CS RFBB 19
20 29 37 DB0
DISPLAY4 D4 EA/VP P0.0 DB1
DISPLAY3 23 D3 P0.1 36 REFB 18
C6 33pF DB2 10 74HCT373 R3 10K C7
DISPLAY2 16 D2 P0.2 35 2 OUTA
15 Y1 15 34 DB3 20
DISPLAY1 D1 GND X1 P0.3 DB4 OUTB 100nF
P0.4 33
20 Mhz DGND

8
+5V 32 DB5
ICM7218AIQI 28 P0.5 DB6
14 X2 P0.6 31 5
DB7 U7 AD7528KR 5
33pF P0.7 30 7 IFILDEM
C8 J1 2K2 AD0 10 11 DB0 6
D1 C9 J2 AD1 9 A0 D0 DB1 U4B TP2
26 PSEN A1 D1 12 R33
AD2 8 13 DB2 C10 LMC6482
1N4448 1uF A B AD3 7 A2 D2 DB3 TP13 10nF R4
15

4
D6 U22 B A AD4 6 A3 D3 DB4 10K 10K C44
4 RESET P2.0 18 A4 D4 16
MMSZ10T1 R13 PC3H7 19 AD5 5 17 DB5 33nF
CR1 D2 P2.1 AD6 4 A5 D5 DB6 R14
J9 8 INT0 P2.2 20 A6 D6 18
R5 9 21 AD7 3 19 DB7
820 1N4448 100K INT1 P2.3 A7 D7 +15V
1 P2.4 22 25 A8
PPZ 2 D7
10 T0 P2.5 23 24 A9
+5V
C11
+5V
C12 D5
2K74
11 T1 P2.6 24 21 A10
25 23 100nF LM336 2.5V
+5V P2.7 A11 U8
A/B 40 P1.0 2 A12 VCC 28 20
DF04S MMSZ10T1 C13 41 27 100nF
3 P1.1 ALE/P DB0 17 3
42 P1.2 20 CS1 DB0/MA0 VCC
+5V 43 13 +5V 26 C14 DB1 16 TP3
100nF P1.3 RD CS2 100nF DB2 15 DB1/MA1
44 P1.4 WR 12 27 WE DB2/MA2 CH1 3 KV
74HCT244 20 1 22 DB3 14 TP4
U9 P1.5 OE GND DB4 13 DB3/MA3
S1 2 7 4 mA
DB0 P1.6 TXD DB5 12 DB4 CH2 TP5
1 8 2 1A1 VCC 1Y1 18 3 P1.7 RXD 5 DB5
DB1 HM6264 14 DB6 11
2 7 4 1A2 1Y2 16 DB6 CH3 5 IFIL
DB2 VSS DB7 9 TP6
3 6 6 1A3 1Y3 14 DB7
4 5 8 1A4 12 DB3 6
1Y4 16 CH4 VCARR
J3 11 2A1 9 DB4 P89C51RD2 18
2Y1 DB5 INTR
1 13 2A2 2Y2 7
PRESOST 2 15 2A3 2Y3 5 DB6
DB7
19 WR VREF 8
/RX_ORDER 17 2A4 2Y4 3 1 RD
2 CS AGND 7
AR2 1
J8 C46 10K 1G +5V GND R6
19
GND 2G +5V C16 100nF
100nF ADC0844 10 +15V
B A 16
10 U11 U10 2K
8 ST24C16 1 A VCC Y0 15 C17 C15 D3
2 14 +5V 100nF 100nF LM336 5.0V
B Y1
1 A0 VCC SDA 5 3 C Y2 13
2 A1 SCL 6 Y3 12 20
3 +5V 11 U12
A2 Y4 DB0
WC 7 6 G1 Y5 10 3 D0 VCC Q0 2 /LUZ_COL
4 9 DB1 4 5
GND G2A Y6 D1 Q1 FILF/G
C18 R27 5 7 DB2 7 6
KV DW G2B GNDY7 D2 Q2 /CSDAC
100nF 1K +5V DB3 8 9
4 D3 Q3 /EN_BUZ
DB4 13 12
2 8 D4 Q4 /FIL_EN 2
+5V 74HC138 DB5 14 15
LUZ D5 Q5 LASER
DB6 17 16
D6 Q6 /RX_RQ
C19 R38 DB7 18 19
/ENABLE D7 Q7
4K99
mAs UP +5V 1 DL1
/PREP OC R7
100nF 11 G GND +5V
J4 74HCT244 20
FG PRECHARGE
U13 C45 74HCT373 1K
DB0 TP7 68nF 10
1 1 2 1A1 VCC 1Y1 18
4 1A2 DB1 +5V
mAs DW 2 2 1Y2 16 DB2 C20 100nF
3 3 6 1A3 1Y3 14
8 1A4 DB3
4 4 1Y4 12 DB4
TX
FF 5 5 11 2A1 2Y1 9 RX
13 2A2 DB5 U14C
6 6 2Y2 7 DB6
CLK
7 7 15 2A3 2Y3 5 DIN
17 2A4 DB7
PREP 8 8 2Y4 3 9 INVOC
9 9 8 10 DESEQ
AR3 1 11
10 10 1G FILOC
10K 19
EXP GND 2G FAULT
PS
3 C31 100nF +5V U15A
10
KV UP 6 4 U15B 1
5 4 3
+5V U6A R9 9 6 2
2 3 8 5
13 10 U15D
12 2 74HC4049 100 12
1 C22 74HC32 11
1 KEYBOARD TP14 R34
10K
1nF U15C 13 1

55801181 D17 1N4448 74HC27

J5
F NC 03/201 F.Díaz 24/11/03 NAME DATE SHEET / OF
4 D18 1N4448 E NC 02/020 F. Díaz 05/02/02 DRAWING F. Díaz 17/01/06
A3175-02
3 1/2
HANDSW 2 /XON REVISED A. Díaz 17/01/06 I H G F E REV
1
I NC 07/089 F. Díaz 19/04/07
H NC 04/191 F. Díaz 16/11/04
G NC 04/080 F. Díaz 14/04/04 SEDECAL CONTROL PORTATIL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
A B C D E

+5V

+5V
C39 100nF C30
L[0..7] 100nF
U6B

8
4 5
KVp mAs 7
U19B 5
PS
U6C
IFIL
L0 L0 L0 6 6 7
L0 a a INVOC
L1 L1 DL2 L1 DL3 C33
L1 b b 10nF
4 L2 L2 L2 U6D +5V 4
L2 c c
L3 L3 L3 10 9

4
L3 d d DESEQ
L4 L4 L4
L4 e e
L5 L5 L5 U19A U6E TP8
L5 f f
L6 L6 L6 LMC6482 12 11
L6 L7 g g FILOC C42
L7 L7 3 +5V
L7 D.P. D.P.
mA 1 U6F 100uF
DISPLAY1 com com 2 FAULT 15 14 16V
HDSP3600 HDSP3600 C34 R25
10nF D8 D9 D10 D11 74HC4049 U21A 10K
/LUZ_COL 3 2
1N4448 1N4448 1N4448 1N4448
U20A R19 1K 74HC4049
LMC6482 J6
3 1
KV 1 R20 15K4 2
2 3
L0 L0 C35
a a 10nF KVDEM 4
L1 DL4 L1 DL5 R21 15K4
L2 b L2 b 5
L3 c L3 c +5V /FIL_EN 6
L4 d L4 d C36 100nF IFILDEM 7
e e R22 1K /ENABLE 8
L5 L5
L6 f L6 f 9
g g /CSDAC 10

8
L7 L7
D.P. D.P. U20B R29 R28 +5V +5V 11
5 12
7 R15 R16 R17 R18 10K 10K
DISPLAY2 com com VCARR 13
HDSP3600 HDSP3600 6
C37 100K 10K kV mA R26 14
10K 100K 15
3 10nF TP15 R11 R12 3
TP16 16
D12 D13 D14 D15 10K 10K

4
C41 C40 10K TP9 17
10nF 33nF 18
FILF/G 19
L0 L0 20
L1 a DL6 L1 a DL7 21
b b DIN 22
L2 L2 U21C
c c CLK 23
L3 L3 7 6
d d PRECHARGE 24
L4 L4 +15V
L5 e L5 e 74HC4049 25
f f +15V 26
L6 L6 +5V
L7 g L7 g D19 DL13 R23 1K U18A C25
D.P. D.P. TP10

6
100nF TP11
1N4448
DISPLAY3 com com
HDSP3600 HDSP3600 2 7
/PREP
Q3 TC4426
MTD3055
/RX_RQ

3
R36 TP12 U18B
DISPLAY4
10K R24
DISPLAY5
DISPLAY6 /XON 4 5
+5V
4K75
READY L0 TC4426
DISPLAY7 R35
2 2
DL8 C32 U17 80K6 DL12
EXP L1 100nF MAX232 16 C26

DL9 1 2 1uF
C27 C1+ Vcc V+ +5V
FF L2
1uF 3 6
DL10 C1- V- +5V
4 C2+
C29 C28
FG L3 D16
1uF 1uF D20
5 C2-
DL11 1N4448 J10
11 14 1N4448 J7 1
R37 100 2
12 13 5
+5V
/RX_ORDER 4
TX 10 7 3
LS1 R30 Q2
U21B 2 MTD3055
RX 9 8 1 LASER
/EN_BUZ 5 4
C21 D21 100
74HC4049 100nF GND
4 8
R8 1N4448 R31
D4 15 10K
RST VCC 22
+5V 1N4148
OUT 3
R10
1
TRIG 2 1
7 DISCH
C38 6 3K48
THD Q1
100nF MTD3055
GND COMP F NC 03/201 F.Díaz 24/11/03 NAME DATE SHEET / OF
C23 E NC 02/020 F. Díaz 05/02/02 DRAWING F. Díaz 16/11/04
A3175-02
U16 1 5 2/2
ICM7555 C24 100nF REVISED A. Díaz 16/11/04 I H G F E REV
I NC 07/089 F. Díaz 19/04/07
100nF
H NC 04/191 F. Díaz 16/11/04
G NC 04/080 F. Díaz 14/04/04 SEDECAL CONTROL PORTATIL
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
+5V
MAX550A +15V

8
R204 C98

VDD
DIN 22.1 4 100nF
R195 DIN
REF 7 U13D REF10
CLK 22.1 5 0v 13 R57
R197 SCLK
14 2k49
/CSDAC 22.1 3 2 12 U3B
+5V CS OUT
6
6 7

GND
LDAC LF444 5
2

2
C102
1nF U18
R51 LF444

1
3 3 3 7k5

1
100
FDLL261 FDLL261 FDLL261 U14A R196 Q16 R74 TL431
D42 D43 D44 XON 0v 1 2 2N7000 8
10k D28
R176
1

1
4584
10k C114(R198) R56

6
0v 10nF
REF10 0v 2k49

R58 TP2 R63


0v
PREP 100k
U4A U4C R68 U4B 0v 10k
R175 2 R73 R72 0v 6 R62 U4D
10k R66 R79 1 10 LF444 10k 7 12
3 8 5 14 IV
LF444 20k 9 10k 13
Q8 100 10k
LF444
2N7000 R61 R69 100 R71
0v 6k04 LF444

1
V+ U14B R75 R64 R65
3 4 20k TL431
C45 10k 8
4584 100 10uF D30
R59
R227 100K
D1 10nF R78 10k 10k

6
150 C115(R76) 2k49
LED verde
0v
REF10
0v R86
R54
R4 100K R93
20k 0v U5A 10K
12K-5W 2 R85 U5B
1 5
3 7 IP
10K 6
R3 R50 LF444
100K LF444
12K-5W R92 R91
1k C54 R90
+15V 0.1uF
R49

10K 10K

1K5 U2 0v
R43 1
51.1K + C6 R45 C41 7 U3C 0v
1

47uF 2.2uF 9
D21 2 8
8 6 10
2K21 4
TL431
C40 R44 3 R47 LF444
6

10K R46 1K
TPS5904 +15V
1K87

2
33nF/25V 0v
REF10
V- 3
TP10 FDLL261 +15V
D29 C68
JU2 10nF R137
A

10K2

1
R131
B

0v R216

R77 4.02k
10k 1V= 100V carril 10K

R81 R82 R83 Vcarr R138


10K R139
1K
U5C R132 7 U9A
133K 133K 133K 9 R80 475 D33 1k 0v 1 /OVERV
8 6
10
R55 R60 R67 1N4448
C62 LM339
LF444 R70
0v 10nF
133K 133K 133K R84 10k
4.02k
NAME DATE SHEET / OF
JU1
M2 N. de C. 07/089 JLALVAREZ 20-04-07 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/03 A 3189-01
A

1/7
0v M1 N. de C. 05/180 JLALVAREZ 17-10-05 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/03 M2 M1 M L K J I H REV
B

0v N.de.C 05/009
M JLALVAREZ 01/05
L N.de.C.03/106 A.Querol 05/03
K N.de.C.03/086 A.Querol 05/03 SEDECAL Control-Driver
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
REF10

R130

100

+15V

2
+15V
R115 C57 R116
10K 0.1uF 475K
1K R117 3
R217
FDLL261
U9B 10K D50
0v 5 U20A
2 1 R219 0v

1
R141
4 3 /FAULT
Ilim=186A 2

1K 1K
LM339

U20B
/OVERV
6
4
5

HEF4081

PREP

+15V
/OSC
R166 R186
OSC

475K +15V
1V=18.79A U12
10K
R162

5
6
8
DriverA
R52 2 +5V DR
+
IV 7
0v 1K /OSC
3 -
2000:1 R53 100 LM311 U20C
OSC

1
I2+ U15A 9 U28F
GATE

6
CT1 +15V 10 14 15 A.G

4
IN
1 8

S
4K32 TP1 R173 Q EMITER A.E
5 D V-
I2- -15V 74HC4049 C39

8
U3D 100 0v R187 100nF See sheet 3/7
3 CLK
13 D27 2
Q

R
D26 14 10K
+15V 12 R167 MC14013 0v
1N4448

4
1N4448 R174
LF444
475K +15V V-
R48 100 0v
C51 C43 U11
5
6
8

0.1uF 20 10nF
R161 2 +
7
IP 3 -
LM311
0v 100
1

0v -15V

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


M2 N. de C. 07/089 JLALVAREZ 20-04-07 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/03 A 3189-01
2/7
M1 N. de C. 05/180 JLALVAREZ 17-10-05 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/03 M2 M1 M L K J I H REV
M N.de.C 05/009 JLALVAREZ 01/05
L N.de.C.03/106 A.Querol 05/03
K N.de.C.03/086 A.Querol 05/03 SEDECAL Control-Driver
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
+15VA
R20
2.21

D16 2.21 R21

1N4448

16
1
C26 + C11
100uF

BOOST
BOOST DR

2
0.1uF
2 V+
0VA Q1
TGDR 15 1
10 V+
14 IRLIZ44N
+5V DR LT1158 TGFB

3
C13 680K
10uF + R26
R32 13
C36 R33 1k TS
0.1uF 348 D15
U31
SENSE+ 12 BAT49
1 8 + 6 R23 R22
NC VCC INPUT
0v R34 348 20 20

1
2 7 C34 C17 R18 2.21
0.1uF 10uF Q7
IN 3 6 2 2N7000 C28 11 GATE
SENSE-
R35 348 4 5 R17 R15

3
NC
0.1uF R16 R19 2.21 10K
HCPL061N 5 2.21 2.21
FAULT
9 EMITER
BGDR

2
0v 4 ENABLE
BGFB 8
Q2
3 BIAS 1

GND
IRLIZ44N 0VA

3
C32 C30 U24 + C12
1uF 10nF 330uF

7
D14
BAT49

-5VA

D18
R30 R29

+15VA 2.21 2.21


BAT49
U25
LM7812C/TO220
1 IN OUT 3

C33 U29

GND

6
+
U27 D19 C15 0.1uF

V+

V+
C35 33uF
T2 4 1

2
REF OUT
2 7 4 BAT49
OSC 3 + C16 2 MAX764 D17
47uF FB
5 LX 8
TC4421 1uF 7 C31
/OSC 2

GND
6 0.1uF 3 BAT49
U26 SHDN L1 C14
+
D20 47uH
1

68uF

5
2 7
BAT49

TC4421

V-

0VA

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


M2 N. de C. 07/089 JLALVAREZ 20-04-07 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/03 A 3189-01
3/7
M1 N. de C. 05/180 JLALVAREZ 17-10-05 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/03 M2 M1 M L K J I H REV
M N.de.C 05/009 JLALVAREZ 01/05
L N.de.C.03/106 A.Querol 05/03
K N.de.C.03/086 A.Querol 05/03 SEDECAL Control-Driver
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
+15V 1V=10 kV TP3
R111
kV

2
kV-1
TP6 4.99K
3 R95
R94 R112
FDLL261 D52 D53 R224
6
D35 7
U6A 100k 100K +15V 12.7K 5
2 R87 U6B 10k

2
R100-15V R98 1 9 475 0v
LF444
1N4448 1N4448 R223 0v
VTK 3 R154 10K 8 64k9
10
1K 1K R88 U6C 3
LF444
C61 LF444
R113 TP4 FDLL261 -15V
GND 3.3nF 45.3K D31 R122
C76 100nF 100K R96 REF10
100K

1
R152 0v 10K
R160 10K R106
U6D R134 C58 10K
0v 1K 0v 13 R153 10K 33.2k 0.1uF
R99 R89 14 0v 10K
VTA U13C R165 U13B +15V
12 9
8 6 R172 D40 R213
1K C56 10 7 R136 10K
LF444 20K
+15V R97 5 0v
3.3nF 45.3K 1k 1N4448
LF444 330K
2

LF444
7 +
0v 1 /DESEQ
3 0v 6 +15V
-
U8A

2
FDLL261
LM339
D34 0v R151
C75 30K1
+15V 10nF 3
1

-15V
J1.4 FDLL261
GND
2

J1.3 D41
GND
J1.1
VTK
J1.2 1V=10 mA 0v

1
VTA
J1.5 3
VCK
J1.6 TP9 TP7 0v
VCA
FDLL261
D37
U7D
13 R109 R110
1

R128 -15V R127 14


VCA 12
200K 100k
32.4k +15V 1K
LF444
R146
C67
2

20k
10nF U7C
9 R124
3 8
0v TP8 10 +15V mA
FDLL261 475
U7A

2
D32 0v
LF444
2 R125
R126 1
1

R129
VCK -15V 3 3
200K R108
32.4k 1K FDLL261
LF444
R147 C72 D36 REF10
20k R114 6.98k
10nF 100k R107

1
C59 4k64
0v 0.1uF
Ilim= 9.5 Apico Filamento.
0v

0v
0v R123
2k8
Ilim=11.6 Apico Colimador
0v +15V
1Vpico en TP11=2.37Apico filamento.
R135
TP11 1Vpico en TP11=2.9Apico colimador R215
330K 10K
5 +
R155 2 /FILOC
4 -
U8B +15V
R144 10K
LM339

2
C65
D9 D12 R37 100pF
1N4448 1N4448 86.6k
105 3
CSF1 R36 0v
121 U7B FDLL261
8K25 TP12 D45
6 R145
R156 7
CSF2 K4 5

1
475
NO 0v
IFIL
LF444
D10 D11 R143
1N4448 1N4448 C73 158 +15V
100pF R157 49.9k
2

C70
10nF

3 NAME DATE SHEET / OF


M2 N. de C. 07/089 JLALVAREZ 20-04-07 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/03 A 3189-01
FDLL261 4/7
D48 M1 N. de C. 05/180 JLALVAREZ 17-10-05 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/03 M2 M1 M L K J I H REV
0v N.de.C 05/009
M JLALVAREZ 01/05
1

L N.de.C.03/106 A.Querol 05/03


0v K N.de.C.03/086 A.Querol 05/03 SEDECAL Control-Driver
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
driverE
/OSC
/E-Inverter /OSC
GATE E.G
OSC
OSC
EMITER E.E
7 6 IN
TP5 U28C V-
1V=83.3A +15V U13A 74HC4049 See sheet 3/7
2 D38 driverB
R119 15 1
VCC /OSC
VREF 5 3 GATE
R180 R149 C83 R159 1N4448 B.G
10K 100K 3.01K OSC
1uF LF444 EMITER B.E
D22 D24 R118 100 42.2K MC34067 5 4
BAT49 BAT49 U9D 0v U21D IN
11 + V-
CSP1 13 9 U28B
C116(R148) EN 74HC4049 See sheet 3/7
10 - OUTA 14 12
Q9 TP14 11 driverC
LM339
CSP2 Q13 Q12 Q11 2N7000 13
R5 C46 2N4401 2N4401 10nF /OSC
R102 1 C.G
D23 D25 2N4401 OSC CH GATE
POW GND 13 OSC
BAT49 BAT49 10nF 0v 2 R211 HEF4081
4K02 OSC RC 10K EMITER C.E
1.2-0.5W R101 0v 11 12
C52 2K U21C IN
R103 16 O-S RC V-
1K 0.1uF C87 12 8 U28E
0v C91 330pF OUTB 74HC4049 See sheet 3/7
R150 3 OSC CC 10 driverD
100 0v no montar POT1 C74 9
10K
R185 0v R182
200k 220pF /OSC
1.5nF 8.06k
R179 GATE D.G
C92 R191 C95 +15V XON
10K OSC
10k 0v C113
EMITER D.E
kV-1 R192 56k U17A R225 1.5nF 6 9 10
10nF EAO IN
R158 V-

4
10k LMC6482 U28D
0v R181 10K 74HC4049 See sheet 3/7
2 -

V-
7 V-
KVDEM 0v IN- Q10
OUT 1
100k 8 10 2N7000
IN+ FAULT U21A

1
R193 3 R183 /FAULT

V+
10k + C94 R171 U20D
11 2

GND
0.1uF SS
2 3 13
150K 1 11 /DESEQ

8
+5V 100 12

3
U16 R226(C81)

4
0v R177 0
10K
R104 R178 C82
+15V C90 1nF
332 10K
1nF
/INVOC
0v
R212
C53 10K
U9C
R105 8 - 0v
100pF 14
1K 9 +
R133 +15V

2
10K LM339

0v R121 R120
3
REF10
9.09k R142 332K FDLL261
C69 1K D46
10nF
+15V

1
0v
TP13
15 VCC
0v 5
C97 R189 VREF
1uF 43.2K
MC34067 R194
0v 10K
9 EN
OUTA 14
10nF Q14 DRVFA
R190 2N7000
/ENFIL C117(R184)
1 OSC CH
100 POT2 0v
POW GND 13
2 OSC RC
200k
C104 16 O-S RC
12 0v
OUTB DRVFB
470pF R200 3 OSC CC
C101 10K
220pF R202
R203 10K +15V
0v U21B
10k
C99 6 5 /FAULT
EAO
R201 680pF 4
C103 R188 6
0v 10K /FILOC
R205 10K 47nF
IFIL 7 IN-
10k Q15
IFILDEM 8 10
IN+ FAULT 2N7000
1

R207 C105 11
GND

1k 10nF SS R199
100K 2
R206 C96 NAME DATE SHEET / OF
U19 R228(C93) 100 A 3189-01
4

33nF M2 N. de C. 07/089 JLALVAREZ 20-04-07 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/03


0 1nF 5/7
C100 M1 N. de C. 05/180 JLALVAREZ 17-10-05 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/03 M2 M1 M L K J I H REV
M N.de.C 05/009 JLALVAREZ 01/05
0v
0v 0v L N.de.C.03/106 A.Querol 05/03
K N.de.C.03/086 A.Querol 05/03 SEDECAL Control-Driver
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
Vneg
19
1:100 17
15
R1

22/5W
K1.1 T1
K1-COM
K1-NO R2
J4.1 Luz-colimador 22/5W CSP1
J4.2 Tierra
+15V -15V +5V
J4.3 Colimador-rtn CSP2
+5V DR

19

17

15
J3.2
J3.3 K2 U1

19

17

15
J3.4 21 21 13 13
J3.1
C10 C9 R222
J2.1 C8 + + NO
IFIL +
1K
J2.2 mA
470uF 100uF 470uF
J2.3 Colimador
J2.4 kVDEM
J2.5 KV
J2.6 /ENFIL
J2.7 0v 0v
IFILDEM
J2.8 +15V
/E-Inverter
J2.9 Vcarr
J2.10 /CSDAC
J2.11 /DESEQ
J2.12 /FILOC
J2.13 +15V
J2.14 R221 I2-
/FAULT
J2.15 /PS
J2.16 130
/INVOC D51 I2+
J2.17 PREP 20 20 14 14
J2.18 K2

10

11
12
XON 1N4448

1
2

3
4

5
6

7
8

9
J2.19 PRME 15002
FILf/g
J2.20 +5V
+5v

21

10

11
12
BSM200GD60DLC

1
2

3
4

5
6

7
8

9
J2.21 GND
J2.22 +15V C.G E.G
DIN

2
J2.23 CLK
J2.24 /PRE-CHARGE
J2.25 R214 C.E E.E
+5V

1
J2.26 1k D49 R208
GND
1N4448 Q17 40.2
J5.1 2 B.G A.G D.G
FGrueso
J5.2 2N7000 D47
3
J5.9 Frtn

1
J5.10 C111 B.E A.E D.E
0.1uF K1 1N4448
J5.5 FFino

21
NAIS JM 1aN TMP DC12
J5.6 4x680uF-450V
0v V+

2
0v

1
R210
+15V 100 Q18
/PRE-CHARGE 2 MTD3055

C1 C2 C3 C4

3
C118(R209) + + + +
C80 10nF D7
R168 0.1uF 1N4448

2
9.09K R163
10k Q4
V-
U10 0v 0v
8

1 STP3NB60FP
1 T4 Luz-Colimador
VCC

VREF R11 D2 C22


7 6 39 15V R6 2.2nF-1600V

3
MS OUT1 Tierra
R164 R8 470K-2W
1k
-15V MC34161
T3 10K
D4
Np=5 vueltas Colimador-rtn
2 C25 3
R169
IN1
5 1 15V 1:20 K4 Trafo colimador
OUT2 +15V /PS DRVFA 4 10 60:10
GND

3 5 5
IN2 0.1uF
2

8 666uH TI-1 Frtn


DRVFB 6 L2 10nF-1000V
10k2 R170 D6 C24
4

1k 3 109-B 1N4448 K3

2
FGrueso
FDLL261 Q3
PREP 0v D39 STP3NB60FP FFino
1
+15V 0v R7 C23
1

R10 D5 470K-2W 2.2nF-1600V


CSF1
0v 39

3
15V
R9
C112 10K CSF2
R218 U22 0.1uF D3 +15V R12 K3
4

100K ICM7555 15V SRC-LX2-00-D-00


1 16
RST

VCC

0v K4 16
6 SRC-LX2-00-D-00 182 Q5
THD 182 +15V 2N7000
OUT 3

1
7 DISCH R38
+15V 16 1 D8
16
1 1N4448
2 TRIG 2
U23A FILf/g
COMP

0v R41 R13

3
GND

C110 6 J 1 C120(R14) 100


OSC 0v
S

Q
1

D13 10nF
100pF 3 100 Q6 1N4448
CLK R42 NAME DATE SHEET / OF
2
1

Colimador 2N7000 A 3189-01


5 K Q 2 /OSC M2 N. de C. 07/089 JLALVAREZ 20-04-07 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/03
R

C109 R40 6/7


3

10nF 14027 100 M1 N. de C. 05/180 JLALVAREZ 17-10-05 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/03 M2 M1 M L K J I H REV
0v 100 C119(R39)
4

M N.de.C 05/009 JLALVAREZ 01/05


0v
L N.de.C.03/106 A.Querol 05/03
R220 10nF
0v K N.de.C.03/086 A.Querol 05/03 SEDECAL Control-Driver
0v
10K REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E

+15V +15V

C47 C49
U3.4 C42 U4.4 U5.4 U12.8 U11.8
10nF C78 C79
10nF 10nF 10nF 10nF
4 4

0v
0v
C48 C50
U3.11 U4.11 U5.11
C44
10nF 10nF U12.4 C85 U11.4
10nF C86
10nF

-15V -15V

+15V

C60 C77 C71


U6.4 U13.4 U7.4
3 3
10nF 10nF
10nF

0v

C66
U6.11 C55 U13.11 C84 U7.11
10nF 10nF
10nF

-15V

+15V
2 2

C37 C38 C63 C64


U23.16 U27.1 U27.8 + C20 U26.1 U26.8 + C18 U14.14 U9.3 U20.14 U15.14 U8.3 U21.14
C108 10uF 10uF C89 C107 C88 C106 + C5 + C7 + C19 + C21
U23.8 10nFU27.4 U27.5 10nF U26.4 U26.5 10nF U14.7 10nF U9.12 10nF U20.7 10nF U15.7 10nF U8.12 10nF U21.7 10nF 10uF 10uF 10uF 10uF

0v

+15VA

C27
U30.8 U24.10
C29
U30.4 10nF U24.7 10nF

1 1

-5VA

NAME DATE SHEET / OF


M2 N. de C. 07/089 JLALVAREZ 20-04-07 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/03 A 3189-01
7/7
M1 N. de C. 05/180 JLALVAREZ 17-10-05 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/03 M2 M1 M L K J I H REV
M N.de.C 05/009 JLALVAREZ 01/05
L N.de.C.03/106 A.Querol 05/03
K N.de.C.03/086 A.Querol 05/03 SEDECAL Control-Driver
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
A B C D E
+5V
MAX550A +15V

8
R204 C98

VDD
DIN 22.1 4 100nF
R195 DIN
REF 7 U13D REF10
CLK 22.1 5 0v 13 R57
R197 SCLK
14 2k49
/CSDAC 22.1 3 2 12 U3B
+5V CS OUT
6
6 7

GND
LDAC LF444 5
2

2
C102
1nF U18
R51 LF444

1
3 3 3 7k5

1
100
FDLL261 FDLL261 FDLL261 U14A R196 Q16 R74 TL431
D42 D43 D44 XON 0v 1 2 2N7000 8
10k D28
R176
1

1
4584
10k C114(R198) R56

6
0v 10nF
REF10 0v 2k49

R58 TP2 R63


0v
PREP 100k
U4A U4C R68 U4B 0v 10k
R175 2 R73 R72 0v 6 R62 U4D
10k R66 R79 1 10 LF444 10k 7 12
3 8 5 14 IV
LF444 20k 9 10k 13
Q8 100 10k
LF444
2N7000 R61 R69 100 R71
0v 6k04 LF444

1
V+ U14B R75 R64 R65
3 4 20k TL431
C45 10k 8
4584 100 10uF D30
R59
R227 100K
D1 10nF R78 10k 10k

6
150 C115(R76) 2k49
LED verde
0v
REF10
0v R86
R54
R4 100K R93
20k 0v U5A 10K
12K-5W 2 R85 U5B
1 5
3 7 IP
10K 6
R3 R50 LF444
100K LF444
12K-5W R92 R91
1k C54 R90
+15V 0.1uF
R49

10K 10K

1K5 U2 0v
R43 1
51.1K + C6 R45 C41 7 U3C 0v
1

47uF 2.2uF 9
D21 2 8
8 6 10
2K21 4
TL431
C40 R44 3 R47 LF444
6

10K R46 1K
TPS5904 +15V
1K87

2
33nF/25V 0v
REF10
V- 3
TP10 FDLL261 +15V
D29 C68
JU2 10nF R137
A

10K2

1
R131
B

0v R216

R77 4.02k
10k 1V= 100V carril 10K

R81 R82 R83 Vcarr R138


10K R139
1K
U5C R132 7 U9A
133K 133K 133K 9 R80 475 D33 1k 0v 1 /OVERV
8 6
10
R55 R60 R67 1N4448
C62 LM339
LF444 R70
0v 10nF
133K 133K 133K R84 10k
4.02k
P N. de C. 07/089 JLALVAREZ 19-04-07 NAME DATE SHEET / OF
JU1
O N. de C. 05/183 JLALVAREZ 17-10-05 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/03 A 3189-01
A

1/7
0v N N.C. 05/129 JLALVAREZ 07/05 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/03 P O N M L K J I REV
B

0v N.de.C 05/009
M JLALVAREZ 01/05
L N.de.C.03/106 A.Querol 05/03
K N.de.C.03/086 A.Querol 05/03 SEDECAL Control-Driver
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
REF10

R130

100

+15V

2
+15V
R115 C57 R116
10K 0.1uF 475K
1K R117 3
R217
FDLL261
U9B 10K D50
0v 5 U20A
2 1 R219 0v

1
R141
4 3 /FAULT
Ilim=186A 2

1K 1K
LM339

U20B
/OVERV
6
4
5

HEF4081

PREP

+15V
/OSC
R166 R186
OSC

475K +15V
1V=18.79A U12
10K
R162

5
6
8
DriverA
R52 2 +5V DR
+
IV 7
0v 1K /OSC
3 -
2000:1 R53 100 LM311 U20C
OSC

1
I2+ U15A 9 U28F
GATE

6
CT1 +15V 10 14 15 A.G

4
IN
1 8

S
4K32 TP1 R173 Q EMITER A.E
5 D
I2- -15V 74HC4049 C39

8
U3D 100 0v R187 100nF See sheet 3/7
3 CLK
13 D27 2
Q

R
D26 14 10K
+15V 12 R167 MC14013 0v
1N4448

4
1N4448 R174
LF444
475K +15V
R48 100 0v
C51 C43 U11
5
6
8

0.1uF 20 10nF
R161 2 +
7
IP 3 -
LM311
0v 100
1

0v -15V

P N. de C. 07/089 JLALVAREZ 19-04-07 NAME DATE SHEET / OF


O N. de C. 05/183 JLALVAREZ 17-10-05 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/03 A 3189-01
2/7
N N.C. 05/129 JLALVAREZ 07/05 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/03 P O N M L K J I REV

M N.de.C 05/009 JLALVAREZ 01/05


L N.de.C.03/106 A.Querol 05/03
K N.de.C.03/086 A.Querol 05/03 SEDECAL Control-Driver
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
+15VA
R20
2.21

D16 2.21 R21

1N4448

16
1
C26 + C11
100uF

BOOST
BOOST DR

2
0.1uF
2 V+
0VA Q1
TGDR 15 1
10 V+
14 IRLIZ44N
+5V DR LT1158 TGFB

3
C13 680K
10uF + R26
R32 13
C36 R33 1k TS
0.1uF 348 D15
U31
SENSE+ 12 BAT49
1 8 + 6 R23 R22
NC VCC INPUT
0v R34 348 20 20

1
2 7 C34 C17 R18 2.21
0.1uF 10uF Q7
IN 3 6 2 2N7000 11 GATE
SENSE-
R35 348 4 5 C28 R17 R15

3
NC
0.1uF R16 R19 2.21 10K
HCPL-261N-320 5 2.21 2.21
FAULT
9 EMITER
BGDR

2
0v 4 ENABLE
BGFB 8
Q2
3 BIAS 1

GND
IRLIZ44N 0VA

3
C32 C30 U24 + C12
1uF 10nF 330uF

7
D14
BAT49

-5VA

D18
R30 R29

+15VA 2.21 2.21


BAT49
U25
LM7812C/TO220
1 IN OUT 3

C33 U29

GND

6
+
U27 D19 C15 0.1uF

V+

V+
C35 33uF
T2 4 1

2
REF OUT
2 7 4 BAT49
OSC 3 + C16 2 MAX764 D17
47uF FB
5 LX 8
TC4421 1uF 7 C31
/OSC 2

GND
6 0.1uF 3 BAT49
U26 SHDN L1 C14
+
D20 47uH
68uF

5
2 7
BAT49

TC4421

0VA

P N. de C. 07/089 JLALVAREZ 19-04-07 NAME DATE SHEET / OF


O N. de C. 05/183 JLALVAREZ 17-10-05 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/03 A 3189-01
3/7
N N.C. 05/129 JLALVAREZ 07/05 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/03 P O N M L K J I REV

M N.de.C 05/009 JLALVAREZ 01/05


L N.de.C.03/106 A.Querol 05/03
K N.de.C.03/086 A.Querol 05/03 SEDECAL Control-Driver
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
+15V 1V=10 kV TP3
R111
kV

2
kV-1
TP6 4.99K
3 R95
R94 R112
FDLL261 D52 D53 R224
6
D35 7
U6A 100k 100K +15V 12.7K 5
2 R87 U6B 10k

2
R100-15V R98 1 9 475 0v
LF444
1N4448 1N4448 R223 0v
VTK 3 R154 10K 8 64k9
10
1K 1K R88 U6C 3
LF444
C61 LF444
R113 TP4 FDLL261 -15V
GND 3.3nF 45.3K D31 R122
C76 100nF 100K R96 REF10
100K

1
R152 0v 10K
R160 10K R106
U6D R134 C58 10K
0v 1K 0v 13 R153 10K 33.2k 0.1uF
R99 R89 14 0v 10K
VTA U13C R165 U13B +15V
12 9
8 6 R172 D40 R213
1K C56 10 7 R136 10K
LF444 20K
+15V R97 5 0v
3.3nF 45.3K 1k 1N4448
LF444 330K
2

LF444
7 +
0v 1 /DESEQ
3 0v 6 +15V
-
U8A

2
FDLL261
LM339
D34 0v R151
C75 30K1
+15V 10nF 3
1

-15V
J1.4 FDLL261
GND
2

J1.3 D41
GND
J1.1
VTK
J1.2 1V=10 mA 0v

1
VTA
J1.5 3
VCK
J1.6 TP9 TP7 0v
VCA
FDLL261
D37
U7D
13 R109 R110
1

R128 -15V R127 14


VCA 12
200K 100k
32.4k +15V 1K
LF444
R146
C67
2

20k
10nF U7C
9 R124
3 8
0v TP8 10 +15V mA
FDLL261 475
U7A

2
D32 0v
LF444
2 R125
R126 1
1

R129
VCK -15V 3 3
200K R108
32.4k 1K FDLL261
LF444
R147 C72 D36 REF10
20k R114 6.98k
10nF 100k R107

1
C59 4k64
0v 0.1uF
Ilim= 9.5 Apico Filamento.
0v

0v
0v R123
2k8
Ilim=11.6 Apico Colimador
0v +15V
1Vpico en TP11=2.37Apico filamento.
R135
TP11 1Vpico en TP11=2.9Apico colimador R215
330K 10K
5 +
R155 2 /FILOC
4 -
U8B +15V
R144 10K
LM339

2
C65
D9 D12 R37 100pF
1N4448 1N4448 86.6k
105 3
CSF1 R36 0v
121 U7B FDLL261
8K25 TP12 D45
6 R145
R156 7
CSF2 K4 5

1
475
NO 0v
IFIL
LF444
D10 D11 R143
1N4448 1N4448 C73 158 +15V
100pF R157 49.9k
2

C70
10nF

3 P N. de C. 07/089 JLALVAREZ 19-04-07 NAME DATE SHEET / OF


O N. de C. 05/183 JLALVAREZ 17-10-05 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/03 A 3189-01
FDLL261 4/7
D48 N N.C. 05/129 JLALVAREZ 07/05 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/03 P O N M L K J I REV
0v N.de.C 05/009
M JLALVAREZ 01/05
1

L N.de.C.03/106 A.Querol 05/03


0v K N.de.C.03/086 A.Querol 05/03 SEDECAL Control-Driver
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
driverE
/OSC
/E-Inverter /OSC
GATE E.G
OSC
OSC
EMITER E.E
7 6 IN
TP5 U28C
1V=83.3A +15V U13A 74HC4049 See sheet 3/7
2 D38 driverB
R119 15 1
VCC /OSC
VREF 5 3 GATE
R180 R149 C83 R159 1N4448 B.G
10K 100K 3.01K OSC
1uF LF444 EMITER B.E
D22 D24 R118 100 42.2K MC34067 5 4
BAT49 BAT49 U9D 0v U21D IN
11 +
CSP1 13 9 U28B
C116(R148) EN 74HC4049 See sheet 3/7
10 - OUTA 14 12
Q9 TP14 11 driverC
LM339
CSP2 Q13 Q12 Q11 2N7000 13
R5 C46 2N4401 2N4401 10nF /OSC
R102 1 C.G
D23 D25 2N4401 OSC CH GATE
POW GND 13 OSC
BAT49 BAT49 10nF 0v 2 R211 HEF4081
4K02 OSC RC 10K EMITER C.E
1.2-0.5W R101 0v 11 12
C52 2K U21C IN
R103 16 O-S RC
1K 0.1uF C87 12 8 U28E
0v C91 330pF OUTB 74HC4049 See sheet 3/7
R150 3 OSC CC 10 driverD
100 0v no montar POT1 C74 9
10K
R185 0v R182
200k 220pF /OSC
1.5nF 8.06k
R179 GATE D.G
C92 R191 C95 XON
10K OSC
10k 0v C113
EMITER D.E
kV-1 R192 56k U17A R225 1.5nF 6 9 10
10nF EAO IN

4
10k LMC6482 U28D
2 - 0v R181 74HC4049 See sheet 3/7

V-
7 IN-
KVDEM 1 0v
OUT 100k 8 IN+ FAULT 10
R193 R183 U21A /FAULT
3

V+
10k + C94 U20D
11 2

GND
0.1uF SS
3 13
150K 1 11 /DESEQ

8
+5V 12
U16 R226(C81)

4
0v R177 0
10K
R104 R178
+15V C90
332 10K
1nF
/INVOC

R212
C53 10K
U9C
R105 8 - 0v
100pF 14
1K 9 +
R133 +15V

2
10K LM339

0v R121 R120
3
REF10
9.09k R142 332K FDLL261
C69 1K D46
10nF
+15V

1
0v
TP13
15 VCC
0v 5
C97 R189 VREF
1uF 43.2K
MC34067 R194
0v 10K
9 EN
OUTA 14
10nF Q14 DRVFA
R190 2N7000
/ENFIL C117(R184)
1 OSC CH
100 POT2 0v
POW GND 13
2 OSC RC
200k
C104 16 O-S RC
12 0v
OUTB DRVFB
470pF R200 3 OSC CC
C101 10K
220pF R202
R203 10K +15V
0v U21B
10k
C99 6 5 /FAULT
EAO
R201 680pF 4
C103 R188 6
0v 10K /FILOC
R205 10K 47nF
IFIL 7 IN-
10k Q15
IFILDEM 8 10
IN+ FAULT 2N7000
1

R207 C105 11
GND

1k 10nF SS R199
100K 2
R206 C96 P N. de C. 07/089 JLALVAREZ 19-04-07 NAME DATE SHEET / OF
U19 R228(C93) 100 A 3189-01
4

33nF O N. de C. 05/183 JLALVAREZ 17-10-05 DRAWING A.Querol 29/05/03


0 1nF 5/7
C100 N N.C. 05/129 JLALVAREZ 07/05 REVISED A.Diaz 29/05/03 P O N M L K J I REV

M N.de.C 05/009 JLALVAREZ 01/05


0v
0v 0v L N.de.C.03/106 A.Querol 05/03
K N.de.C.03/086 A.Querol 05/03 SEDECAL Control-Driver
REV DESCRIPTION ISSUED BY DATE
Vneg
19
1:100 17
15
R1

22/5W
K1.1 T1
K1-COM
K1-NO R2
J4.1 Luz-colimador 22/5W CSP1
J4.2 Tierra
+15V -15V +5V
J4.3 Colimador-rtn CSP2
+5V DR

19

17

15
J3.2
J3.3 K2 U1

19

17

15
J3.4 21 21 13 13
J3.1
C10 C9 R222
J2.1 C8 + +