Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 37

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd. DOCUMENT NO.: PM-PXP60HF-0512 REVISION NO.: 1.

1 DATE OF ISSUE: 2005-12-09

Poskom Co.,

OPERATION & SERVICE MANUAL MODEL: PXP-60HF (PORTABLE X-RAY UNIT)

ROOM 405, 1141-2, UNITECH VILLE VENTURE BLDG., BEAKSUK-DONG, ILSAN-GU, GOYANG, KOREA TEL: 82-31-906-9007, FAX: 82-31-908-4208

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

CONTENTS
PART I. OPERATION MANUAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 General Description Operational Safety Environmental Safety Radiation Safety Electromagnetic Compatiblity System Configuration Operation Console Panel and Display Normal Mode of Operation Remote Control Function & Operation Specifications ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3 5 6 6 7 11 12 13 15 19

TABLES 1 Specifications ---------------------------------------------------------------19

ILLUSTRATIONS 1 2 3 Operation Console Panel and Display Dimensions Labels ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------12 20 21

PART II. SERVICE MANUAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Notice Operation Sheet Block Diagram Calibration Process Calibration Code and Data Error code & Countermeasure Schematics
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

22 22 23 24 28 28 29

TABLES 1 2 3 mA Calibration Code Filament Preheat Calibration Error Code


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

28 28 28

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

PART I. OPERATION
1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION 1.1. OVERVIEW PXP-60HF is one of PXP-HF portable family generators. It consists with the highest power inverter in PXP-HF family of X-ray generators. Likewise of others, the PXP-60HF is most compact, ultra-light weight and powerful HF inverter type of x-ray systems in this portable category. It is designed especially for nursing home care or home care medical market and small medical clinics as well as veterinary practitioner or battle field use, All PXP-HF family x-ray units are the ripple free HF type of generator in producing 40~50% more powerful radiation output than conventional x-ray units in its class. Therefore, PXP-60HF is the perfect x-ray portable unit for an indoor and outdoor medical diagnostic practitioner in the radiographic application where requires an easy of operation and mobility. Features are; -Ultra light weight and compact size -High frequency type of generator -High output 100kV / 60mA -APR pre-set (8) memory PROM -Remote control software -Built in collimator and laser pointer -Auto line compensation -Digital readout reverse switch -Accessories: metal carrying case, Hand switch, power cord -Power requirement: 220 Volt. 50 / 60 Hz 1.2. CONSOLIDATED MANUAL This consolidated manual consists of operating and service instruction. This operators manual provides PXP-60HF operating instructions for X-ray technicians, radiologists and other medical personal trained in the use of X-ray equipment. Service manual provides installation instruction, calibration and routine maintenance for field service personnel. This manual is not designed to replace or substitute for certified training in the radiological or medical field. In reading this manual, the operator should be qualified in the use of equipment of this type. This portable X-ray system is only to be used by licensed practitioners in diagnostic, operative and postoperative procedures.

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

PXP-60HF portable X-ray can be used in variety of diagnostic radiographic systems such as mobile stand or radiographic table integrated with X-ray tube mounting devices. Although many of the features of these portable systems were developed with radiographic application in mind, operation is described in general terms to permit the use of those features in radiographic application 1.3. SAFTY REQUIREMENT This manual provides guideline for the safe use and operation of the portable system. The operator should be in trained in the use of equipment of this type and should refer to this manual in conjunction with that training. It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that the system is operated only by properly trained, qualified personnel who have obtained credentials from local, state, and federal authorities where required. Potential hazards exist in the use of medical electronic devices and x-ray systems. All users and operators must understand the safety and emergency procedures, and the operating instructions given in this manual Poskom Co., Ltd. certifies that each system complies with the Radiation Control for Health Safety Act in Title 21, Chapter I, subchapter J of the Code of Federal Regulation in the USA and EN 60601, general requirements for radiation protection in diagnostic X-Ray equipment for IEC 601-1-3 in European Nations. Poskom and distributors assume no responsibility or liability for after-sale operating and safety practices, nor can it be responsible for personal injury or damage resulting form misuse of its portable x-ray systems. Please address a question and comments regarding safety issue to Poskom service organization and/or each distributor in your region. 1.4. CAUTIONS AND WARNING: Possible hazards are associated with unsafe operation of this type of portable X-ray equipment. These hazards are described on the following warning or caution signs with the safety precautions which should be taken. CAUTION The X-ray radiation could be dangerous for patients and operators unless following safety regulations are strictly observed.

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

2.

OPERATIONAL SAFETY

Users safety, easy of operation and product reliability are our major concern in designing this PXP-HF family of generators. However, it is advisable to observe the following instruction and guideline for your additional safety in operating this portable. A. This product should be operated only by or under the supervision of legally qualified people. B. PXP-60HF is designed for the radiographic uses and not for fluoroscopy or other associated applications. C. PXP-60HF should be used for the diagnosis, not for the therapy. D. PXP-60HF is specified as Class type B equipment under the IEC 601-1, 2 standards.

THE PORTABLE IS NOT PROTECTED AGAINST INGRESSING WATER OR LIQUIDS.

E. Do not modify the equipment at your discretion and in case any modification is required unavoidably, ask the help of Poskom or its authorized dealer for the service. F. This system has been calibrated for optimal operations. G. If you have any troubles with the equipment, power it off immediately, and make contact with Poskom or its authorized dealers for their service and assistance. H. If you want to connect any devices made by other companies to this equipment, ask Poskom or its authorized dealers for their instructions.

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

3. ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY 3.1. Avoid following places for the normal operation and safe storage. A. Where the equipment is exposed to water vapor. B. Where the equipment is exposed to direct sunlight. C. Where the equipment is exposed to dust. D. Where the equipment is exposed to high humidity. E. Where there is a ventilation problem. F. Where the equipment is exposed to salty atmosphere. G. Where the equipment is exposed to chemicals or gas. 3.2. For sound operation of the machine, it should keep away from the place with strong vibration and maintain proper environment and conditions. A. Operation Environment Temperature range Relative Humidity Range Temperature range Relative Humidity Range atmosphere. Environment for storage and transportation Temperature range Relative Humidity Range -25C ~ +60C 10% ~ 95% RH 10C ~ 40C, 30% ~ 75% RH 17C ~ 23C, 40% ~ 60% RH

B. Optimal Temperature and Humidity

3.3. For safe storage and transportation, you must keep following range of temperature, humidity and

4. RADIATION SAFETY CAUTION The ionized radiation could be dangerous for patients and operators unless following safety regulations are strictly observed.

A. Users and operators should wear appropriate protecting devices and clothes. B. Stay distance from the radiant sources and all the possible secondary radiation zones. C. Eliminate all unnecessary objects near the exposure zones. D. The distance from the focus to skin should be kept at least 20 cm. E. For the experimental uses, please apply the lowest possible values about kV, mAs and exposure time. F. Be careful not to exceed the limited radiograms in the exposure area.

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

5. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) acc. IEC 60 601-1-2:2002 The unit meets the Collateral Standards of Electromagnetic compatibility Requirements and tests EN 60601-1-2 (IEC 601-1-2) the limits and methods of measurement of electromagnetic disturbance characteristics of industrial, scientific and medical radio frequency equipment EN 55011 Group 1, Class A and the requirements for interference resistance acc. 50082-1 incisiveness 2 and 5 are in compliance. Medical electrical equipment is subject in regard to the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and its special precautionary measure. The unit must in reference to the mentioned EMC-hints in the accompanying documents be installed and operated. Portable and mobile RF communicating systems (such as cell phones) can have influence to medical electrical equipment. 5.1 General regulation for safety acc IEC 60601-1-2
Guidance and Manufacturers Declaration Electromagnetic Emissions The PXP-60HF is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the PXP-60HF should assure that it is used in such an environment. Emission test Compliance Electromagnetic environment - guidance The PXP-60HF uses RF energy only for its internal function. Group 1 Therefore, its RF emissions are very low and are not likely to cause any interference in nearby electronic equipment. Class A The PXP-60HF is suitable for use in all establishments, including domestic establishments other than domestic and Not applicable Voltage fluctuations those directly connected to the public low-voltage power supply network that supplies buildings used for domestic purposes.

RF-emissions Acc. CISPR 11 RF emission Acc. CISPR 11 Harmonic emissions Acc. IEC 61000-3-2 Voltage fluctuations/ Flicker emissions Acc. IEC 61000-3-3

complies Flicker not applicable

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd. Guidance and Manufacturers Declaration Electromagnetic Emission

Poskom Co.,

The PXP-60HF is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the PXP-60HF should assure that it is used in such an environment. Immunity test IEC 60601 Test level 6 kV Contact 8kV Air 2kV for Electrical fast transient/ lines 1kV for I/O lines (input/output) 1kV Surges acc. IEC 61000-4-5 differential mode 2kV common mode < 5% Ut (>95% dip in Ut ) for 0,5 cycle Voltage interruptions dips, and short voltage 40% Ut (60% dip in Ut ) for 5 cycles 70% Ut (30% dip in Ut ) for 25 cycles <5% Ut (>95% dip in Ut ) For 5 s Power frequency (50/60 3 A/m 3 A/m 1kV differential mode 2kV Common mode <5% Ut (>95% dip in Ut ) for 0,5 cycle 40% Ut (60% dip in Ut) for 5 cycles 70% Ut (30% dip in Ut) for 25 cycles <5% Ut (>95% dip in Ut) for 5 s Power frequency magnetic fields should be at levels characteristic of a typical location in a typical Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment. If the user of the PXP60HF requires continued operation during power mains interruption, it is recommended that the PXP-60HF be powered from an interruptible power supply or a battery. Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment. Power supply 2kV for Power supply lines 1kV for I/O lines Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment. Compliance level 6kV Contact 8kV Air Electromagnetic environment guidance Floors should be wood, concrete or ceramic tile. If floors are covered with synthetic material, the relative humidity should be at least 30%.

Electrostatic (ESD) acc. IEC 61000-4-2

Discharge

bursts acc. IEC 61000-4-4

variations on power supply input lines acc. IEC 610004-11

Hz) magnetic field acc. IEC 61000-4-8

commercial or hospital environment.

NOTE Ut is the AC mains voltage prior to application of the test level.

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd. Guidance and Manufacturers Declaration Electromagnetic Emissions

Poskom Co.,

The PXP-60HF is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the PXP-60HF should assure that it is used in such an environment. Immunity test IEC 60601 Test level Compliance level Electromagnetic environment guidance

Portable

and

mobile

RF

communications

equipment should be used no closer to any part of the PXP-60HF, including cables, than the

recommended separation distance calculated from the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter. Recommended separation distance

Conducted RF Acc. IEC 61000-4-6

3 Vrms 150 kHz to 80 MHz

3 Vrms

d = 1,2 P

Radiated RF Acc. IEC 61000-4-3

3 V/m 80 MHz 50 2,5 GHz

3 V/m

d = 1,2 P 80 MHz to 800 MHz

d = 1,2 P 800 MHz to 2, GHz Where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter manufacturer and d is the

recommended separation distance in metres (m). Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as determined by an electromagnetic site survey a, should be less than the compliance level in each frequency range b. Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment marked with the following symbol :

NOTE 1 : At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies. NOTE 2 : These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

a : Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio ( cellular/ cordless) telephones and land mobile radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To access the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the measured field strength in the location in which the PXP-60HF is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the PXP-60HF should be observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measurements may not necessary such as reorienting or relocation the PXP60HF. b : Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than [V1] V/m.

10

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

6. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 6.1. PXP-60HF is a radiological device for medical uses. It should be applied for the radiographic diagnosis and operated by qualified practitioners. Users have to comply with safety and health regulations concerning the ionizing protection and the electrical and mechanical safety of the medical devices. 6.2 PXP-60HF is composed of the following parts and devices: They should be firmly fixed and connected with each other for the sound and normal operation. A. Operation Board B. Inverter C. HV Tank including X-ray Tube D. Collimator E. Exposure Switch F. Power Cord 6.3. Supplied outfit and documents A. Aluminum Carrying Case B. Operation Manual C. Service Manual D. Power Plug E. Hand Switch (When you push hand switch in order to make radiography, it should be pressed by two steps: step one is ready and step two is the exposure.)

11

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

7. OPERATING CONSOLE PANEL AND DISPLAY Illustraion1. Operation console panel and display

13 6

10 8 12 11

1 9
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Description kV indicator mAs indicator Ready lamp Exposure lamp Wait lamp kV up/down switch mAs up/down switch APR Switch (1-8) Store APR Data Display reversal switch Collimator lamp on Laser pointer Error lamp

Function Display kV value range: 40 -100kV Display mAs value (range: 0.4-100mAs) Lighted when you push the hand switch one time for preparation Alert lamp during x-ray exposure Lighted until the second exposure started Select kV value by up or down buttons Select mAs value by up or down buttons Memory setting is available for 8 APR data Save the selected APR Data Help to read LED value of kV, mAs reversed Switch for operation of the lamp inside the collimator To adjust exposure focus Lighted in case of system problem

12

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

8. NORMAL MODE OF OPERATION 8.1. OPERATING PREPARATION A. Wear a lead apron while you make exposures. B. Stay distance at least 2 m from the unit or extend the cord of hand switch as long as possible in order to secure enough space for your safety. C. Use proper field size and technical values for each procedure to minimize x-ray exposure dose and gain the best radiographic result. D. Be careful about the decimal point on the mAs display in order to acquire intended mAs values. E. When you make exposure to the patient on the bed, ask visitors to leave the room first and keep appropriate distance from the patient. F. Pay attention to the maintenance schedule of the device and keep up with it. G. Cumulative radiation dose usually does not exceed recommended maximum levels. However, if you make radiographic exposures using high kV and mAs quite often, the evaluation of the specialist is needed to check whether extra protective devices are necessary for the user or not. WARNING Please check the input voltage and the power requirement are in accordance with the system labels, which attached on the body of the machine. The input voltage tolerance within + 10% is acceptable for normal operation.

CAUTION Verify thoroughly a power cable and other cable interconnection before operating the portable and making x-ray exposure.

8.2. COLLIMATOR AND LASER POINTER CHECK A. Place the loaded cassette on the patients backside. B. Arrange the SID (Focal Spot to Image Receptor Distance) using a scale located on the side of the collimator. C. Turn on the collimator lamp and laser pointer by pushing collimator/laser on switch. D. Adjust the size of the x-ray beam in accordance with the film size using the x-ray field adjustment knobs. Turn off the collimator and laser pointer after 30 seconds on the timer. CAUTION When the portable is first used after purchase or x-ray tube is cool, x-ray tube is needed for warming up to secure long life of the tube. Following method of pilot test will relieve the damage on the x-ray tube. Operate the machine with low kV values (50kV, 5mAs) three times consequently and execute with higher values [90kV, 50mAs].

13

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

8.3. NORMAL MODE A. Please open the carrying case. B. Connect power plug into the PXP-60HF device. C. Turn on the line switch and the display will be shown up as follows.

kV

mAs

D. Select the kV values using the [6] kV up/down switch. E. Select the mAs values using the [7] mAs up/down switch. F. Positioning the machine at the ready condition by one time pushing of the hand switch. G. When the [3] ready LED lighted, press the hand switch again and make exposure. During the xray exposure, x-ray LED will be lighted on. H. After the exposure is ended, [5] wait LED sign will be lighted on and off for the waiting time. 7.3. APR MODE A. Please open the carrying case. B. Connect power plug into the PXP-60HF device. C. Turn on the line switch and the display will be shown up as follows.

kV

mAs

D. Select the [8] APR switch out of 1~8. E. Select the kV values using the [6] kV up/down switch. F. Select the mAs values using the [7] mAs up/down switch. G. Save the selected kV and mAs figures with pushing the [9] store button. H. When the [3] ready LED sign appears, press the hand switch again and make exposure. During the x-ray exposure, the [4] X-ray LED will be lighted on. I. After the exposure is ended, [5] wait LED will be lighted on and off for the waiting time. NOTE As it was illustrated in the front pages, the exposure switch should be pressed by two steps. However, you can make immediate exposure in case the filament of the tube is hot enough.

CAUTION If you want to make exposures several times in row, wait until the [5] wait lamp is lighted off. If the number of consecutive exposure exceeds three times (at higher than 50mAs), wait for 3 minutes in order to prevent overheating of the machine.

14

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

9. REMOTE CONTROL FUCTION & OPERATION 9.1. INTRODUCTION Currently, mAs, kVp and Pre-set memory techniques (PROM memory) can be selected by the operator by depressing push buttons or by scrolling displays on a control panel. Each technique or mode selection depends on an anatomic region or view for radiographic examination. The collimator lamp and laser pointer is turned on by the lamp push-button and turned off by a 30 second collimator timer run off. Many portable operators and field users have suggested we find a better way to select an exposure technique and parameters along with mAs, kVp and pre-set PROM memory values. Most field operators hold portable X-Ray units with one hand, while holding the exposure hand switch with the other hand. This makes selecting technique factors on the control panel awkward without dropping the portable unit or hand switch. We have modified our X-ray portable software and functions of the Prep. and Exposure hand switch to allow selection of all exposure parameters (mAs & kVp) and control of the collimator lamp and laser beam. The exposure hand switch consists of a two step hand switch. The first (1) stage of the hand switch is called the Preparation (Prep. or Ready) stage. The second (2) stage of the hand switch is called the Exposure (Exp or X-Ray out) stage. (See drawing 1.) All functions of the remote control described above are executed by clicking the first stage on the hand switch which is the Prep. mode of operation. Each remote control function and technique value selection is described below. (Drawing 1) 1st stage switch = Prep. Switch 2nd stage switch = Exp. Switch

Hand switch housing

9.2.

REMOTE CONTROL MODE

15

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

The kVp and mAs setting, memory selection and collimator lamp and laser pointer illumination functions are controlled remotely by the hand switch by pressing the Prep. stage push-button as follows:

ATTENTION Click the Prep. hand switch three (3) times consecutively. This will allow you to enter in the remote hand control menu mode for operation.

<TRIPLE CLICK> 9.3. MEMORY SELELCTION When you click the PREP stage hand switch quickly three (3) times, the Pre-set Memory station LED (PXP-60HF: 1-8) will blink sequentially as well as the kVp and mAs LED readouts. Make a single (1) click with the hand switch when the desired pre-set memory station lamp begins to blink. This will cause the pre-set memory data to be selected and displayed in the control LCD window.

NOTE All pre-set memory data should be entered and stored at each memory station (PXP-60HF: 1-8), prior to performing the above mode of operation.

9.4. kVp SELELCTION One (1) click of the Prep switch will cause the kVp LED readout to blink. You will now be in the kVp selection menu mode. The kVp values increase by one (1) kVp unit per click of the Prep. switch. If you depress and hold the prep switch for a few second, the kVp readout will increases rapidly up to the maximum value (PXP-60HF: 100 kVp). The kVp readout will circulate from lowest to highest values as long as you hold and press the button. When the desired kV readout appears on the control

16

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

display panel, release the prep hand switch and wait for a few seconds. The kVp value will set up automatically. 9.5. mAs SELECTION mAs selection is similar to the kVp selection mode. Click the Prep hand switch once to make the mAs LED readout blink. You will be in the mAs selection menu mode. The mAs value will increase with each click of the Prep switch (0.4 mAs to the maximum mAs of each portable x-ray unit). If you wish to increase the mAs value quickly, simply hold the Prep switch down one stage. (PXP-60HF: 100 mAs). The mAs readout will circulate as long as you hold the Prep switch. When the desired mAs readout appears on the control display panel, release the prep hand switch and wait for a few seconds. Then mAs value will set automatically. 9.6. COLLIMATOR / LASER BEAM TURNED ON

ATTENTION Click the Prep. hand switch rapidly twice. The collimator lamp and laser pointer beam will illuminate for X-ray exposure positioning.

<DOUBLE CLICK> With the exposure technique (mAs & kVp) set with your remote hand switch, you are ready to make a radiographic exposure for examination. It is very important to position the right region of interest on a patients anatomy. Therefore, the collimator beam must be turned on to confirm the size of region and size of film covered. The laser beam must also be turned on for checking the precise center of the target prior to making a final X-ray exposure. When the Prep switch is rapidly clicked twice, the collimator lamp and laser beam will turn on simultaneously until the lamp timer (30 seconds) runs off. However, it will turn off automatically when x-ray exposure sequence is completed. 9.7. X-RAY EXPOSURE WARNING When an X-ray exposure is made in a room or outdoors, lower radiation will scatter throughout the surrounding area. An authorized operator is expected to take precautions and is highly recommended to ware a lead apron and gloves if necessary for your patients and your own protection.

After the x-ray exposure technique is selected and collimator light beam size is adjusted with the collimator blade knob, an x-ray exposure can be made by an authorized individual of the medical clinic or hospital.

X-RAY EXPOSURE SEQUENCE: A. Press the Prep hand switch (1st stage) and hold B. Press down the 2nd stage hand switch. Exposure will be made automatically by the exposure timer. 17

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

< 1ST STAGE>

<2ND STAGE>

9.8. REMOTE CONTROL OVERRIDE NOTE TO THE USER All of the before mentioned remote control hand switch functions and operations can also be accomplished via the one-touch control panel. All exposure functions and parameters can be Overridden through the main control panel prior to final exposure. (See users manual for directions on how to use the main control panel)

18

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

10. SPECIFICATIONS [Table 1. Specifications]


Output Power Input Power Voltage Phase & Frequency Current Radiography kV Range in 1kV steps 3.2 kW 200V-240V Single / 50/60 Hz Short time 18A Tube voltage 40kV ~ 50kV 51kV ~ 70kV 61kV ~ 70kV 71kV ~ 80kV 71kV ~ 80kV 81kV ~ 90kV 81kV ~ 90kV 91kV ~ 100kV 91kV ~ 100kV MAs Range Max. kV Deviation Max. mAs Deviation Indication X-ray Tube Model Name Focal Spot Target Angle Anode Heat Storage Heat Dissipation Total Filtration Compensation for the Supply Power Regulations Collimator Type Min. x-ray field size Max. x-ray field size Laser Pointer (Option) Timer Lamp Double slit type, Manual operation 5cm x 5cm 40cm x 40cm Class : A @1m SID @ 75cm SID 5mW *Apply only for veterinary use 0.4mAs 100mAs, 25steps 7 % 10 % kV (error code) /mAs: 7-segment LED D-205 TOSHIBA 2.0mmx2.0mm 20 degree 40 kHU 378 HU/sec 2.5 mm Al eq. @ 100kV Automatic current 60mA 40mA 40mA 40mA 35mA 35mA 30mA 30mA 25mA mAs 0.4 ~ 100 0.4 ~ 64 80 ~ 100 0.4 ~ 32 40 ~80 0.4 ~ 40 50 ~ 80 0.4 ~ 50 64 ~ 80

Push button illuminator with 30 sec timer 12V / 100W

19

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd. Dimension Weight See drawing Fig- (460mmx250mmx200mm) 13 kg

Poskom Co.,

Illustration 2. Dimension (Main Unit & Carrying Case)

1) PXP-60HF

2) CARRING CASE (ALUMINUM)

20

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

Illustration 3. Labels PXP-60HF Portable Label Sticker and location

Warning: This X-ray unit maybe dangerous to patient and operator unless safe exposure factors and operation instruction are observed

DIAGNOSTIC X-RAY UNIT


MODEL: PXP-60HF SER. NO.: DATE: INPUT Rating: AC200~240V, 50/60 Hz Rating: X-ray Tube Voltage: 40~100kV X-ray current: 30~60mA Operation condition: Time interval between 3 exposure: 3 min (When the mAs is higher than 50) Filtration: Total filtration: Min 2.5 mmAl Tube: 0.8 mmAl, collimator, 0.5 mmAl, Al Filt.: 1.2mmAl X-ray tube (TOSHIBA), Model: D-205, Serial no.: Focal spot: 1.2mm X 1.2mm

POSKOM
Room 405, Unitech Ville Bldg., 1141-2, Baeksuk-dong, Ilsan-gu, Goyang, Korea Take adequate Precautions to prevent the possibility of any persons carelessly exposing themselves or others to radiation.

High Voltage Tank


MODEL: XXXXXXX SER.NO: XXXXXX Rating: Max. 100kV, 60mA, Max output: 3.2 kVA

POSKOM
Room 405, Unitech Ville Bldg., 1141-2, Baeksuk-dong Ilsan-gu, Goyang, Korea Warning: Electric shock hazard do not remove cover Reserve Servicing to qualified personnel.

Beam Limiting Device (Collimator)


MODEL: PCMAX-100 SER.NO: XXXXXXX Input Rating: 24V, 150W Min. X-ray field size: Below 5cm x 5 cm at SID 100cm Max. X-ray field size: Below 35cm x 35cm at SID 65cm Max. Tube Voltage: 100kV, Inherent filtration: 0.5 mmAl

21

POSKOM
Room 405, Unitech Ville Bldg., 1141-2, Baeksuk-dong Ilsan-gu,

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

PART II. SERVICE


1. NOTICE 1.1. If the output calibration is needed after periodical inspections or repairs, please observe following rules and methods. CAUTION The ionized radiation is dangerous for the operator if the following safety measures are not strictly observed. 1.2. This manual is designed to ensure correct use and operation of PXP-60HF. Please read all the lines thoroughly before you use this equipment. 1.3. Incorrect use and operation exceeding described conditions in this manual may occur damage of the machine and shorten its life. Particular attention must be paid to all the warnings, cautions and notes incorporated herein. 1.4. This equipment should be used only by the legally qualified persons and practitioners. 1.5. Regarding the AC cable and software, only the one developed and supplied by Poskom should be used. 1.6. No responsibility is taken by Poskom for any infringement of patients or other rights of the third parties which many results from the use of this manual. 1.7. Always keep the manual at hand for your reference. 2. OPERATION SHEET
APR SWITCH 1~8 kV UP/DOWN SWITCH

22

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

LASER SWITCH

COLLIMATOR ON/OFF SWITCH STORE SWITCH mAs UP/DOWN SWITCH

23

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

3. BLOCK DIAGRAM

READY

1 2 CON1

PXP60HF-CTL-001
3V/35mA

X-RAY HAND SWITCH

3 35312-03

CONTROL BOARD OP PANEL

LASER POINTER
CON2 1 2 LASER

* EXPORT : NORMAL * DOMESTIC : NOT USED

35312-02

1 2

CON6

& HT CONT.
T 2 CON5 35312-11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 2 3 4 5 CON4 35312-05 CON3 EP_FB(-) 1 2 3 4 5 AGND LAMP_CONT FIL_FB EP_CONT2 FIL_CONT1 FIL_CONT2 EP_CONT1 /100V_SEL IP_FB(+) 1 EP(-) GND IP(+)

TANK
THERMAL

35312-02

35312-05

+5V DGND +12V AGND -12V

35312-05 CON2

35312-11

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 CON3

1 2 3 4 5

L101

PXP-60HF-IGBT
TB1 TB2

HT XFMR TB4 3TURNS T1 T1 20 TB3 T2 575

IGBT BOARD

1 2 3

TB2 CON5

TB1 CN1 35312 1 2 CN2 35312 1 2 CN3 35312 1 2 CN4 35312 1 2

COM
D-205

35312-03 35312 CON7

1 2 1 2 FG 1 2 1 2

PXP60HF-PWR

35312 CON10 35312 CON8 35312

PWR & DRIVE

CON9

CON4

T2 C1 +12.2 SHIELD GND SHIELD LINE C2 3 FIL XFMR 3 2

FILAMENT DRIVE
CB1

1 2 3 4

53258-04 5 4 3 2 1

53258-05 CON1

250V/16A
CN1 PLUG AC MALE

COLLIMATOR DRIVECON6
1 2 SHIELD LINE LAMP 53258-02

250V/20A

COLLIMATOR

12V/50W

APPROVED BY

DESIGNED BY

<OrgName>

PXP-60HF-Main Block
CHECKED BY DATE Size A3 FSCM NO. <Cage Code> Sheet 1 of 1 DWG NO Rev A

24

ProductManual: PXP-60HF

Poskom Co., Ltd.

-PREPARATION Following tools and instruments are needed. a. Tools: Philips screwdriver No.1 & 2, Straight slot screwdriver b. Instruments: DVM, oscilloscope (Tektronics TDS 3032 and more than Equivalent) 4. CALIBRATION PROCESS 4.1. Line Power Supply -Line switch should be at off position. -Connect power line cord to the power outlet. -Turn on the line switch. -Then the LED on the operation panel illuminates. 4.2. Calibration procedures are composed of three steps. -Tube voltage confirmation and calibration. -Tube current confirmation and calibration. -Filament preheat calibration A. Calibration and Confirmation of Tube Voltage -Turn off the line switch. -Lift up the control panel from the unit, and then the PCB OP board appears. -All DIP switches on the PCB OP board are turned off. location.) -Connect the channel one probe of the oscilloscope to TP5 (IP F/B). -Connect the channel another one probe of the oscilloscope to TP6 (EP F/B). Channel 1 is mA, and 60mA = 9 V Channel 2 is kV, and 40kV = 2V -Connect the ground to TP11 (GND). -Turn on the line switch and the display indicates as follows. (Note: DIP switch is usually located in this

kV
oscilloscope channel 1.

mAs

-Set the kV and the mAs at 40kV and 0.4mAs (60mA). Then observe the mA waveform of the -If it is not about 9V, adjust mA by VR3 on the OP board. Then observe the kV waveform of the oscilloscope channel 2. -If it is not 2V, adjust kV by VR2 on the OP board. After adjustment, set the tube voltage kV to 80KV by the kV up/down switch. -Set the kV and the mAs at 80kV and 0.4mAs(40mA).Then observe the mAs, kV waveform of the oscilloscope channel 1, 2.

25

ProductManual: PXP-60HF

Poskom Co., Ltd.

-If it is not about 6V, adjust mA by VR3 on the OP board. -If it is not about 4V, adjust kV by VR2 on the OP board. B. Calibration and Confirmation of Tube Current -Turn off the line switch. -Lift up the control panel from the unit, and then the PCB OP board appears. -All DIP switches on the PCB OP board are turned off. (Note: DIP switch is usually in this position.) -Connect the channel one probe of the oscilloscope to TP5 (IP F/B). -Connect the channel another one probe of the oscilloscope to TP6 (EP F/B). Channel 1 is mA, and 60 mA = 9V Channel 2 is kV, and 40 kV = 2V -Connect the ground to TP11 (GND). -Turn on the line switch and the display indicates as follows.

kV
oscilloscope channel 1.

mAs

-Set the kV and the mAs at 40kV and 0.4mAs (60mA). Then observe the mA waveform of the -If it is not 7V, adjust mA by the calibration data on the OP board. -Turn off the line switch, and wait until the display switch the light off. -DIP switch 1 on the PCB OP board is turned on. -Turn on the line switch and the display indicates as follows. -Then push the mAs up switch (see operation sheet). The display indicates as follows.

kV
Calibration code

mAs
Calibration data

C00 is calibration code of tube current (60mA at 40kV~50kV). 179 is calibration data of tube current (60mA at 40kV~50kV). -Adjust mA by the mAs up/down switch (see operation sheet). -After it is adjusted, push the store switch (see operation sheet). -DIP switch 1 on the PCB OP board is turned off then exposure X-ray. -If it is not 9V, set the calibration data again. -DIP switch 1 on the PCB OP board is turned on. -Then push the kV up switch (see operation sheet).

26

ProductManual: PXP-60HF

Poskom Co., Ltd.

The display indicates as follows.

kV
Calibration code

mAs
Calibration data

C01 is calibration code of tube current (40mA at 51kV~70kV). 153 is calibration data of tube current (40mA at 51kV~70kV). -Adjust mA by the mAs up/down switch (see operation sheet). -After it is adjusted, push the store switch (see operation sheet). -DIP switch 1 on the PCB OP board is turned off then exposure X-ray. -If it is not 6V, set the calibration data again. -Table .1 shows the calibration code and the calibration data against an each tube current. C. Filament preheat calibration -This is preheating filament for making tube current. -The overshoot or the undershoot may occur from the tube current if the preheat calibration data or the VR3(preheat gain volume) is set by mistake. -There are two methods to make preheat calibration setting. The calibration data is possible to be changed in accordance with the tube condition. -The VR3(preheat gain volume) adjusts the whole range of tube current. Filament preheat calibration data adjusts each tube current. -Turn off the line switch. -Lift up the control panel from the unit, and then the PCB OP Board appears. -DIP switch 1 on the PCB OP board is turned on. -Turn on the line switch. -Push APR switch and then the display indicates as follows.

kV
Preheat calibration code

mAs
Preheat calibration data

P00 is Filament preheat calibration code (Preheat calibration code of 60mA). 17 is Filament preheat calibration data (Preheat calibration data of 60mA). -Adjust data by the mAs up/down switch (see operation sheet). -After it is adjusted, push the store switch (see operation sheet). -DIP switch 1 on the PCB OP board is turned off then exposure X-ray. If overshoot or undershoot occur in the waveform, set the calibration data again. Then push the kV up switch (see operation sheet).

27

ProductManual: PXP-60HF

Poskom Co., Ltd.

The display indicates as follows.

kV
Preheat calibration code

mAs
Preheat calibration data

P01 is Filament preheat calibration code (Preheat calibration code of 40mA). 37 is Filament preheat calibration data (Preheat calibration data of 40mA).

-Adjust data by the mAs up/down switch (on the control panel). -After it is adjusted, push the Store switch (on the control panel). -DIP switch 1 on the PCB OP board is turned off then exposure X-ray. -If overshoot or undershoot occur in the waveform, set the calibration data again. -Table. 2 shows the calibration code and the calibration data against an each tube current. The calibration data is possible to be changed in accordance with the tube condition.

28

ProductManual: PXP-60HF

Poskom Co., Ltd.

5. CALIBRATION CODE AND DATA


[Table 1. mA Calibration Code and Data] AC voltage 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V Code C00 C01 C02 C03 C04 C05 C06 C07 C08 Data 235 156 155 155 136 120 115 115 97 Tube voltage 40kV ~ 50kV 51kV ~ 70kV 51kV ~ 70kV 71kV ~ 80kV 71kV ~ 80kV 81kV ~ 90kV 81kV ~ 90kV 91kV ~ 100kV 91kV ~ 100kV Tube current 60mA 40mA 40mA 40mA 35mA 30mA 30mA 30mA 25mA mAs 0.4 ~ 100 0.4 ~ 64 80 ~ 100 0.4 ~ 32 40 ~80 0.4 ~ 40 50 ~ 80 0.4 ~ 50 64 ~ 80

[Table 2. Filament Preheat Calibration Code and Data] AC voltage 220V 220V 220V 220V 220V Code P00 P01 P02 P03 P04 Data 7 60 75 85 95 Tube current 60mA 40mA 35mA 30mA 25mA

6. ERROR CODE & COUNTERMEASURE


[Table 3. Code & Measures] Error Code Err. 07 Content When the line switch is turned on, this is inspected. The ready contactor of the hand switch is closed even it is not pushed. When the line switch is turned on, this is inspected. The x-ray contactor of the hand switch is closed even it is not pushed. It is displayed when the FIL FB signal is not detected in the state of standby. It is displayed when the EP FB signal is not detected in the state of standby. It is displayed when the IP FB signal is not detected in the state of standby. It is displayed when the FIL FB signal is not detected in the state of ready. It is displayed when the EP FB signal is low in the state of exposure. It is displayed when the IP FB signal is low in the state of exposure. It is displayed when the IP FB and EP FB signal is high in the state of exposure. It is displayed when the mAs is over in the state of exposure. Action Change the hand switch

Change the hand switch

Err. 08 Err. 10 Err. 11 Err. 12 Err. 14 Err. 15 Err. 16 Err. 17 Err. 19

Replace operation board or Replace HV tank Replace operation board or Replace HV tank Replace operation board or Replace HV tank Replace main board or Replace power board Replace operation board Replace main board or Replace power board Replace main board or replace power board Check the IP FB level and adjust it Replace operation board

29

ProductManual: PXP-60HF Err. 21 It is displayed when the connector CON6 on the main board is not insert. Check CON3

Poskom Co., Ltd.

30

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

7. SCHEMATICS
SEG_A SEG_B SEG_C SEG_D SEG_E SEG_F SEG_G SEG_DP (2F-5) (2G-5) (2H-5) (2J-5) (2K-5) (2L-5) (2N-5) (2O-5)

R21 15 1/4W 1 R22 15 1/4W 1 U8 SEG01_OUT SEG02_OUT SEG03_OUT SEG04_OUT SEG05_OUT SEG06_OUT SEG07_OUT (1B-13) (1B-13) (1B-12) (1B-12) (1B-12) (1B-12) (1B-12) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 GND Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 VCC 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 R23 15 1/4W 1 R24 15 1/4W 1 R25 15 1/4W 1 +5V R26 15 1/4W 1

2 10 10 10 10 10 10 G of 7 7 6 4 2 1 9 5 7 6 4 2 1 9 5 7 6 4 2 1 9 5 7 6 4 2 1 9 5 7 6 4 2 1 9 5 7 6 4 2 1 9 5 DP Rev 0

DP

DP

DP

DP

DP

E 3

CC CC

CC CC

CC CC

CC CC

CC CC

3 8

3 8

3 8

3 8

3 8

SEG1

uD_SR105K

SEG2

uD_SR105K

SEG3

uD_SR105K

SEG4

uD_SR105K

SEG5

uD_SR105K

3 8

CC CC

SEG6

uD_SR105K

TD62304

R27 15 1/4W 1

LED2 READY 2 1 GREEN 2

LED3 X-RAY 2 1 YELLOW

LED4 WAIT 2 1 RED

LED5 M1 2

1 GREEN

LED6 M2 2

1 GREEN

LED7 M3 2

1 GREEN

LED8 M4 2

1 GREEN

LED9 M5 2

1 GREEN

SEG08_OUT1

(1M-6)

R28 15 1/4W 1

LED10 M6 2 2

1 GREEN

LED11 M7 2

1 GREEN

LED12 M8 2

1 GREEN

LED13 ERROR 2 1 RED

LED14 REVERSE 2 1 GREEN

APPROVED BY

DESIGNED BY

HTP-24 PORTABLE X-RAY CONTROL BOARD OP PANEL & HT CONT.


CHECKED BY DATE Size A3 FSCM NO. <Cage Code> DWG NO

HTP24-CTL-001
Sheet

31

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.


+5V 1 RA7 4.7K

Poskom Co.,

CON6 1 2 3 ISO_GND 1 ISO_PWR (1B-10),(7G-13) (1B-10),(5N-13) R29 270 D33 1N4148 1 CON1 1 2 3 4 35312-0410 1 2 3 R30 270 2 2 D34 1N4148 1 4 TLP620-2 5 7 6 (1B-9) HS_X-RAY 1 2 2 /FAULT IP_FB_IN

35312-0310

PC1 8 (1B-10) HS_READY

+5V D35 CON2 1 2 1N4148 2 35312-0210 1 2 1N4148 (1M-7) /LASER 1 D36

2 3 4 5

APPROVED BY

DESIGNED BY

HTP-24 PORTABLE X-RAY CONTROL BOARD OP PANEL & HT CONT.


CHECKED BY DATE Size A3 FSCM NO. <Cage Code> DWG NO Rev

HTP24-CTL-001
Sheet 4 of 7

32

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

(7B-13)

IP_FB R31 10K 1% (1J-5) R32 IP_FB_ADC

+12V 2 D37 1N4148 40mA(0 ~ 8V) 1 2 2 R34 4.7k 3 D38 1N4148 1 C22 1 1 6.8uF/16V tantal 2 U9A LM358 1 1 VR1 10K C62 + 2

10K 1% 4

U10 R33 3 +12V 12 4 -12V +VS -VS VFC32 C24 1 BOX103 2 39K 14 1 +IN -IN 1SC CPI COM FOUT VOUT 5 10 11 7 13

C21 1

BOX332 2

+ R35 1/2W 200

(1B-10),(4J-11)

IP_FB_IN

MN104

CON3 1 2 3 4 5 35312-0510 (1A-10) /HT_CHECK +12V 2 D39 100KV(0 ~ -5V) 1 1N4148 R37 2 2 2 2 C25 C26 C27 100K 1% 6 2 D40 BOX223 1 BOX223 BOX223 1 1 1 1N4148 R76 1K 1 5 +12V C28 MN104 2 1 8 (6B-14),(7B-11) EP_FB R75 100K 1% EP_FB(+) C60 2 39P 1 IP_FB(+)

+ -

R36 7 LM358 R84 R

1K (1J-5) EP_FB_ADC

C58 2 -12V

U9B MN104 1 2

C63 1 MN104

-12V

VR2

2K 1

3 1 MN101 1 TP3

R38 10K 1% 2 C30 2 EP_REF 1 IP_REF R40 10K 1% 1 1 8 U11B 7 LM358 R44 10K 1% 2 4 (6C-5) 1 MN101 1

C29 2 +12V C31 1 R39 10K 1% 1 1 8

TP4

MN104 2

EP_CONT

(1F-7)

2 2 C32

3 2 1 R43 10K 1% 2

+ 4 C59 1

1 U11A LM358 MN104 2

(6B-14)

EP_REF

IP_CONT

(1F-7)

2 1

5 6 1

+ -

IP_REF

R41 10M 2

BOX224 1

R42 10M 2

C33 MN101 2

-12V

APPROVED BY

DESIGNED BY

HTP-24 PORTABLE X-RAY CONTROL BOARD OP PANEL & HT CONT.


CHECKED BY DATE Size A3 FSCM NO. <Cage Code> DWG NO

HTP24-CTL-001
Sheet 5 of 7

Rev 0

33

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.


+12V +12V R45 5.6K EP_FB EP_REF (5J-9),(7B-11) (5F-4) 1 2 1 1 C36 BOX102 2 C34 R48 BOX682 470K 2 1 R49 680 1 C37 BOX102 2 R51 6.2K 1% 5 6 4 7 15 16 2 R46 5.6K 1 2 1 1 2 2 3 1 2 U12 +IN1 -IN1 F.B. EP_CONT2 CT RT DT GND -IN2 +IN2 TL494 1 1 C38 U13A 14066 1 1uF/25V TANTAL 2 35312-1110 1 2 2 + R52 47K VR OC 14 13 FIL_FB /100V_SEL LAMP_CONT (6B-7) 7 8 9 10 11 C2 E2 11 10 FIL_CONT1 FIL_CONT2 VCC C1 E1 12 8 9 EP_CONT1 R50 1 910 2 3 4 5 6 R47 1 910 2 CON4 1 2

Poskom Co.,

R53 2K 2

/HV_ON

(1M-6)

R54 750 1 2 1

VR3 2K 3 1 2

R55 15K 2 1

13

R56 10K 1% 2 2 R57 (1J-5) FIL_FB_ADC +5V

-12V 1

10K 1%

4 8

U14 OP07 R59 5.6K 1 2 2 1 R80 R61 5.6K 2 1 2 1 1 R63 10K 2 3 U17 PN2222 1 1 2 R79 5.6K 1 1 (5L-4) 1 2 R77 5.6K 1 C43 BOX473 2 1 R67 47K 1 1 1 C42 BOX102 2 R64 5K 1% 5 6 4 7 15 16 1 TL494 IP_REF R78 30K C61 BOX104 1K 1 C39 R62 BOX473 470K 2 2 3 2 1 U15 +IN1 -IN1 F.B. CT RT C2 E2 11 10 VCC C1 E1

+12V 11 1 12 8 9 2

U13B 14066 10

FIL_FB

C40 BOX104

C41 MN104 2 1

R58 1K

+12V PN2222 DRV1 1 R82 10K 2 2 2 R81 3.3K

7 1

DT GND -IN2 +IN2 VR OC 14 13 2

R65 1K 2

R66 1K /LAMP_ON (1M-6)

2 R70 470K 2 2

IP_FB

U13C 14066 4 3

R68 2K 2 APPROVED BY DESIGNED BY

/PREP

(1M-6)

12

(6K-11) 1

R60 4.7K

HTP-24 PORTABLE X-RAY CONTROL BOARD OP PANEL & HT CONT.


CHECKED BY DATE Size A3 FSCM NO. <Cage Code> DWG NO

HTP24-CTL-001
Sheet 6 of 7

Rev 0

34

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.


+12V +12V TP5 2 +12V C44 R69 64K 1 R85 100k 1 1 IP_FB 8 MN104 U16A 1 LM393 C45 BOX473 (1B-10),(4J-11) 2 /FAULT 4 2

Poskom Co.,

3 IP_FB (5I-15) 1 R71 100K R86 100k TP6 2 1 2

+ -

EP_FB 1 8 U16B 7 LM393 C46 BOX103 2 2 4 74HC573 27512 C47 MN104 2 TD62304AP C48 MN104 2 TD62304AP C49 MN104 2 14066 C50 MN104 2 H8 H9 +5V

5 EP_FB 1 (5J-9),(6B-14) R72 100K R74 R73 + C35 + C23 10u/16V 56K 10u/16V 1 1 100K 1 2 6

+ -

1 C51 MN104

+5V

TP7

+5V 1

TP8 1 C52 MN104 2 1 + 2 C53 100uF/50V 1

H1

H2

H3

H4

H5

H6

H7

H10

H11

H12

DGND 1

HOLE 1

HOLE 1

HOLE 1

HOLE 1

HOLE 1

HOLE 1

HOLE 1

HOLE 1

HOLE 1

HOLE 1

HOLE 1

HOLE

CON5 1 2 3 4 5 C54 + 100uF/50V 2 1 35312-0510 1

TP9

+12V 1

+12V TP11

TP10 C55 MN104 2 1

AGND 1 TP12 -12V 1

AGND

C56 + 100uF/50V 2 2

1 C57 MN104

-12V

APPROVED BY

DESIGNED BY

HTP-24 PORTABLE X-RAY CONTROL BOARD OP PANEL & HT CONT.


CHECKED BY DATE Size A3 FSCM NO. <Cage Code> DWG NO Rev

HTP24-CTL-001
Sheet 7 of 7

35

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.


CAPACITOR BANK BOARD 53258-05 CON1 5 4 3 2 1 224/AC250V 224/AC250V SC-10-D050 L2 C13 C12 102/AC250V C17 R12 NTC10D22 BD1 D25XB60 DC- OUT 68K 1W BTA26-600 Q11 R13 10K F1 50T2A L3 SQE20 C8 102/AC250V + + + + + R9 TB2 1 TB4 1 330u/400V/30mm*40mm SIG1(+) S1 +24V GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DRV2A S1 C18 D14 1N4937 1 C19 M104/100V R14 1W100 + D6 1N4937 C20 47/25V 2 4 C47 1/400V R16 2W 100K R15 2W24K C21 222/1KV D8 S2L60 TP2 Q21 C2235 R29 27K D7 1N4937 3 + NP C48 22/25V U7 7 2 6 1 C27 BOX104 R22 120 C31 BOX103 R19 3.9K C32 PG BOX102 D10 + C36 1N4937 47/25V D11 1N4937 TG 3 U4 78L05 GND IN OUT 1 R26 1 U5 PC817 C39 10uF/25V 3 1 R31 1%9.3K 4 2 100 Q16 C1815 6 12 R25 5.1K Q18 PN2222 10 + C33 2200/16V(13pie) + C34 2200/16V C35 + R23 1W680 2200/16V R41 47K R24 1/2W470 +15V Q17 PN2907 + C40 22/25V R30 20K R32 10 1N4746 Z7 Q20 PN2907 R34 20K R35 5W/0.1 Q19 IRF640 1 5 D9 D10LC20U +15V 1 +12.2V Q14 PN2222 R27 10 1N4746 Z6 1N4937 Q15 IRF640 TP7 +15V 6A +5V 8 4 5 3 C29 BOX102 C30 Z5 BOX472 R20 20K R21 5W 0.2 1N4747 TP6 R18 220 UC3844 R17 4.7 Q12 IXIF 16N90Q 1 1 PG_S 3 D15 S2L60 9 C51 +24V 470/25V 1 + TP4 +24V 0.2A C28 TT22/16V + 2 HS1 TP4 8 C25 C26 100/16V TT22/16V + + TP5 C22 2200u/25V 1 C45 104 7 1 U2 LM7805CT IN GND OUT 3 1 TP1 +5V 0.5A +5V GND +5V GND +12.2V GND -12V 1 1 2 3 4 5 CON2 35312-5 CON3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 35312-11 +15V +24V +24V GND SIG2(-) TP3 +24V GND 100/400V SIG1(-) T1 PQ32/30 +24V GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DRV2A S1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DRV2A S1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DRV2A TB1 330/400V 68K 1W DC+ OUT R7 1/2W470K R8 C9 C10 C15 C16 C11 C14 + + + 1 TB3 1 C53 C54 C55

Poskom Co.,

FET GATE DRIVE CIRCUIT

CON7 G S 1 2 35312

CON10 G S 1 2 35312

C24 + HS3 C46 104 C23 100/16V 100/16V +

CON8 G S 1 2 35312

TC7662A1 1 2 3 4 U3 8 7 6 5

FIL_CONT LAMP_CONT FIL_FB 100V_SEL

CON9 G S 1 2 35312

-12V 20mA

M472/100V C37 D12 R28 1W1K +15V 1 2 3 4 CON4 53258-4 R33 D13 1W1K C41 M472/100V

+ C38 100uF/25V 2

1N4937 1

TH

C42 101/3KV U6 TL431 ISO_5V ISO_GND C44 3 2 1 HAND SW PWR CON5 35312-3 222/AC250V

R37 4.7K 1

C43 104 R38 10K

R36 5D11

HS4 Q13 50N60 APPROVED BY DESIGNED BY

t
2

PXP-60HF PWR & DRV

R39 1%1.8K

2 1

COLIMETER CON6 53258-2

CHECKED BY

DATE Size A3 FSCM NO. <Cage Code> Sheet 1 of 1 DWG NO

PXP60HF-PWR

Rev A

36

Product Manual: PXP-60HF Ltd.

Poskom Co.,

37