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Quick Links. Download this manual. Table of Contents. Remove wall plug before servicing equipment. Never pull on cord to remove from outlet. Page 4 Covers shall be removed by authorized service personnel only. Only qualified service personnel may perform installation and service maintenance. The laser in the equipment is not a patient device. Therefore, the equipment must be installed no closer than 1. Avoid Direct Exposure to Beam. Exposition Dangereuse Au Faisceau. Page 8 Fuse Rating.
Page 9 Warnings and Cautions Read and understand all instructions before using. Label located on back of machine. B B viii Certificates of Compliance and Declarations of Conformity have been issued as shown below.
Safety: Canada: C Page Table Of Contents Eastman Kodak Company reserves the right to change this information without notice and makes no warranty, express or implied, with respect to this information. Page 17 Environmental Effects Page Introduction The two imagers are nearly identical except for film size.
The Laser Imager also uses DryView film but accepts only 11 in. Page System Configurations Image acquisition and printing are accomplished via host control or Kodak Keypad. Supports up to eight inputs. The film transport drives the film out of the film developer, through the densitometer, and out to the receive tray. The densitometer is a key element in the Kodak Automatic Image Quality Control AIQC process, which allows the imager to automatically adjust image processing parameters to ensure optimum image quality.
Print Sequence March Rev. The numbered descriptions correspond to the numbered callouts in Figure Attention Light — Indicates a condition that may affect imager operation e. Check the display for a related message. Page 27 Controls and Indicators Ready Light — Indicates the imager is ready to begin its next operation.
The four smaller boxes display labels that indicate the function of the buttons immediately above and below the display. Note that the functions of the buttons vary depending on the type of system.
Display — Displays system status information. Stop Key — Stops the most recently queued print job. The job, including any unprinted multiple copies, is deleted from the print queue. Touch Screen — Displays a variety of menus used for system configuration and operation.
Page 35 Controls and Indicators Figure Kodak Keypad March Rev. Attention Message Area — Displays system status and error messages. Display Brightness Set Buttons — Sets the keypad display brightness. Set the imager power switch to ON.
The Power light on the local panel comes on. The imager performs a series of self-diagnostic tests and begins a warmup cycle. The time required for warmup varies based on how long the imager has been turned off. The user cannot change this setting. Press Format Menu to access the Format Menu. From the console, adjust the window and level controls to achieve the desired image quality on the display monitor.
Note You cannot delete multiple jobs from the print queue by pressing the Stop key multiple times. If the supply door is not already open, press Supply on the local panel. To remove the film cartridge, lift the edge of the cartridge slightly, then slide the cartridge out of the imager. Over time, this surface can collect dust. This dust can create artifacts on printed images. Page 56 User Guide 7. Close the platen access door after cleaning.
Turn the handle fully clockwise to latch the door. Install the film cartridge. Close the left door and supply door. Plug in the power cord and power up the imager.
Handle Platen Access Door Figure The developer filter absorbs and neutralizes this odor. As the filter ages, it becomes slightly less effective. If odor becomes noticeable, replace the filter as follows: 1. Page Troubleshooting Status messages are strictly informational and require no operator action. Preventive maintenance and cleaning ensure optimum imager performance. The P message will not interfere with normal operation. When an error message is displayed on the local panel, perform the operator action listed next to the message number.
If the listed action does not clear the error message, call for service. This table does not include status or action messages. Grasp the transport handle and slide the transport out of the imager, then slide it back in until it latches.
P Use the mechanical release to open the supply door refer to page When an error message is displayed on the Kodak Keypad, perform the operator action listed next to the message number. If the left door is opened, the top sheets of film in the cartridge will be exposed. To minimize the number of exposed sheets, darken the room before opening the left door. Open the left door the imager automatically unlocks the door. Squeeze the transport handle and slide the assembly out of the imager.
Push in the lever at the bottom of the transport. The film should drop out of the transport; Squeeze the transport assembly handle and slide the assembly out of the imager. Turn the knob on the side of the transport clockwise to drive the film out the top of the transport.
Open the platen access door turn the handle counterclockwise and push the door in. Reach into the platen and remove the jammed film. Note If there is no film in the platen, check for the film in Area 2a refer to page Raise the top cover to its highest position, then lower it slightly to engage the support rod. Removing Jams from Area 4 March Rev. Remove the jammed film. Raise the the top cover slightly, push the support rod backward, then carefully close the cover. Page Manually Closing The Film Cartridge Troubleshooting Manually Closing the Film Cartridge The imager automatically closes the film cartridge when Supply is pressed, when the cartridge is empty, and when film jams occur in the expose or transport areas.
If the imager cannot close the cartridge, a P error message is displayed. Note If doors are opened when the film cartridge is open, the top sheets of film will be exposed.
Page Technical Information It is not recommended, but if you remove undeveloped film from the daylight load package, you will need a darkroom setting and a green safelight, such as the Kodak IR Safelight. And even with the most exacting procedures, the potential to discharge hazardous materials into the environment exists. Tests show that DryView Laser Imaging film is not considered hazardous to the environment. If the Kodak Automatic Image Quality Control system AIQC encounters film that has been damaged by improper handling, it will automatically alert system operators before the film is developed.
While some low-level odors are produced during the development process, they pose no known adverse health risks. Page Film Recycling If you are interested in recycling and silver recovery, Kodak can provide your local recyclers with the information they need to get started. In some countries, Kodak has established national contracts with recycling firms.
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