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Contents

Safety information
1.Overview------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------3
2.Electrical-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
3. Mechanical----------------------------------------------------------------------------------3
4. Safety Warnings and Cautions-----------------------------------------------------------3
5.Radiation and Magnetically Intensity Warnings----------------------------------------4
6.Other Warnings -----------------------------------------------------------------------------4
7. Moving and Using Equipment Warnings-----------------------------------------------5
8. Cleaning Cautions--------------------------------------------------------------------------5
9. Radiation Safety----------------------------------------------------------------------------5
10. Safety Symbols---------------------------------------------------------------------------5
Chapter1:
Theory and Structure of the System
1.1 General -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8
1.2 ASR-3000X-Ray Mammography System basic structure---------------------------8
1.2.1 ASR-3000 X-Ray Mammography System basic Constitute -------------------8
1.2.2 Major Shelf ---------------------------------------------------------------------------8
1.2.3 Console -------------------------------------------------------------------------------8
1.3.Working System Principle -----------------------------------------------------------------9
1.4 The control theory of the system graph---------------------------------------------------9
Chapter 2:
Maintenance Schedules
2.1 In-Service Observation----------------------------------------------------------------10
2.2 Preventive Maintenance Schedules and Checklists--------------------------------10
2.3 System Component Preventive Maintenance---------------------------------------12
2.4 Major Shelf Preventive Maintenance------------------------------------------------12
Chapter 3:
Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
3.1 The Troubleshooting graph ------------------------------------------------------------13
3.2 Troubleshooting and Diagnostics------------------------------------------------------14
3.3 Sample s-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------15


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Chapter 4:
Service Tools
1. Common Service Tools -------------------------------------------------------------------17
Appendix I:
The module functions and system structure
1. ASR-3000 mammography structure and composition---------------------------18
2. Functions of each module------------------------------------------------------------18
3. Signal information flow and parameters of each module------------------------19
3.1 Control console display panel-----------------------------------------------------19
3.2 Machine head display panel-------------------------------------------------------20
3.3 Power supply control board-------------------------------------------------------21
3.4 Anode driver board-----------------------------------------------------------------22
3.5 Control box intermediate board---------------------------------------------------22
3.6 Control box lower board-----------------------------------------------------------23
3.7 High-voltage driver board---------------------------------------------------------24
3.8 Main unit CPU board--------------------------------------------------------------25
3.9 Main unit output power supply test parameter---------------------------------26























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Safety information

Personnel operating and maintaining the equipment should receive system technical
training and be thoroughly familiar with all aspects of its operation and maintenance.
To ensure their safety, all users should read this chapter carefully before using the
system. Inaddition, to promote safety awareness, Service Engineers should
periodically review the basic precautions outlined in this chapter.
1Overview
Do not remove the covers of the exposure equipment.
Do not defeat or bypass built-in equipment safety features.
Do not attempt to repair the equipment if it fails. Immediately call a person
qualified and authorized to repair the equipment.
Do not attempt to move equipment, connect or disconnect any
communication cables.
Observe all warnings, cautions, stated or implied, instructions, in the
procedures.
Keep all safety labels on the equipment permanently.

2Electrical
Only a qualified/trained Service Engineer or electrician can replace electrical
components.

3Mechanical
Keep fingers, hands, and tools away from moving parts.
Unless specifically instructed, do not operate the equipment with covers or
panels removed.
Route cables properly to eliminate tripping hazards.

4Safety Warnings and Cautions
The sale and use of the equipment has been approved by the government
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Only qualified personnel may operate the system equipment. Operation of
the equipment by persons who have not been trained or who are unfamiliar
with the systems functions and controls may cause serious injury to the
patient, serious injury to the operator, or damage to the equipment.
The system includes no user serviceable parts. For service assistance, contact
Company.

5Radiation and Magnetic field Warnings and Cautions
The system produces ionizing radiation. Operators observe all state and local
requirements and regulations.

6Other Warnings and Cautions
The ASR-3000 Console component of the system may not be located in high
humidity environment.
The system and associated cables must not be operated in the presence of
moisture.
To avoid excessive product leakage currents and to maintain product
compliance to medical protective earth and grounding requirements, the
systems power cord must be connected directly to a hardwired ac mains
receptacle.
Ensure that earth grounding connections between the components and the
building are maintained at all times. The components include Stand; X-ray
Generator; and Console.
The Console cabinet includes a dedicated, bolted, protective ground
connection to the buildings electrical system. Do not remove the grounding
connection for any reason. If it becomes damaged, contact a qualified
Service Engineer.
The UPS must be replaced by an authorized company representative . The
UPS contains lead and poses a hazard to the environment and human health
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if not disposed of properly.
The ASR-3000 system is not suitable for operation in the presence of corrosive
gaes.

7Warnings Moving and Using Equipment
Use at least two qualified people when moving equipment in order to
prevent injury or strain.
The equipment is fragile and must be handled with care.

8Cautions Cleaning
Do not spray cleaning solution directly onto the equipment. Instead, moisten
a cloth with the solution and wipe the equipment.
Do not immerse the equipment, including any components or accessories, in
liquid.
Do not autoclave the equipment, including any components or accessories.

9Radiation Safety
Exposure to ionizing radiation such as X-rays can be hazardous. Some effects
of X-radiation are cumulative.

Everyone associated with X-ray work must be familiar with the
recommendations of the Center for Devices and Radiological Health , the
National Institute for Standards and Technology, the National Council on
Radiation Protection, and the International Committee on Radiation Protection.

Do not attempt to operate X-ray systems for the health, it's hazardous to health.

the walls and windows of the radiologist's workstation in most X-ray facilities
must be specially disposed to protect against ionizing radiation, thick lead setting
inner walls is widely used to separate from ionizing radiation

Use the proper dose of X-ray for the patient to result in acceptable images

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10Safety Symbols
The following safety-related symbols are found on the equipment. To avoid
injury, learn to recognize them.
Radiation

Power Off (used with the Console UPS)

Power On (used with the Console UPS)

Explosive Gas (flammable)

AttentionRead the accompanying CAUTION or WARNING
Non- Anesthetic Proof

Universal Interface Connection Identifiers

Sound

Earphones

Protective Earth Ground

Hazardous Voltage
Power On Indicator
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On Line Indicator (used with X-ray Generator switch at Console)

Off Line Indicator (used with X-ray Generator switch at Console)

Prep/Exposure Switch

X-ray Exposure Switch

Do Not Immerse In Liquid

This product contains no field-serviceable parts.

Special Cleaning Instructions

Lifting Warning

Danger-Pinch Point











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Chapter 1
Theory and Structure of the System

1.1 General
ASR-3000 X-Ray mammography system is that the X-ray tube generates
X-ray by heating filament and inputting a high voltage, and then Radiography. To
avoid the hazard of X-ray radiation and high voltage, ensure that line disconnect
switches are opened before repairing the equipment .if must repair in the activated
current, ensure to follow the safety prescribes of the correlative manuals.

1.2 The Structure of ASR-3000 X-RAY Mammography System

1.2.1ASR-3000 X-RAY Mammography System general components
Wall Stand

Console

It's a high-frequency(40KHZ) tiny focus molybdenum target eddy-anticathode
special X-Ray Mammography under the control of the computer

1.2.2 Main Frame contains

X-RAY tube

Rotation anode

X-Ray generator

Control system

Radiography easel

Mammography oppression

Filter and cassette

1.2.3 Console contains

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Console panels

Switching power

1.3 Theory of the System

The working principle of the ASR-3000 X-Ray mammography is that the X-ray
tube generates X-ray by heating filament and inputting a high voltage, and then
Radiography.


1.4 The control theory of the system graph


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Chapter 2:
Maintenance Schedules
Take the proper preventative maintenance to ensure the system in the best working
state and to reduce the expenses and time of maintenance by all means. The
information of preventative maintenance is provided in this chapter.

Service procedures must be performed by trained personnel only .

Preventive Maintenance Schedules and Checklists

Preventive maintenance procedures for the System components

2.1 In-Service Observation
All provided products and associated components are designed for
replacement or service in a hospital environment.

. Observe the operation of the locking mechanisms as the Wall Stand is
prepared for use. If the mechanism fails to release, the unit should
immediately be removed from service and the failure repaired.

The Wall Stand and all accessories should be inspected for worn, loose, bent,
or broken parts.

2.2 Preventive Maintenance Schedules and Checklists

In accordance with using , please Preventive Maintenance
It includes SemiAnnual Preventative Maintenance/ Annual Preventive
Maintenance Record the correlative results of maintenance in the following
table:








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Preventive Maintenance Checklist

User Name Linkman Telephone

Equipment name Inspection parts state
X-Ray generator

tube


X-Ray
collimator equipment

Up/down system

Radiography easel
filtercassette

writhe function

Up/down function


The Wall Stand
Transmission parts

Circuit board

Console
display of panel

Sensor Position sensor

The whole
performance
applying state of the
performance


Service Engineersign Hospital Superinrtendentsign

Inspection Date:

2.3 System Component Preventive Maintenance

For preventive maintenance for the Wall Stand, refer to the topic Wall Stand
Preventive Maintenance.

For preventive maintenance for the X-ray tube, refer to the manufacturers
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service manual.

For preventive maintenance for the Console, refer to the manufacturers
service manual.

2.4 Wall Stand Preventive Maintenance

Ensure that the table is completely disconnected and that the emergency
switches have been activated, before starting any cleaning operations.

Ensure that no liquid gets into the unit. Do not use water. Water can
short-circuit the electrical installation and cause corrosion to mechanical
parts.

Do not use acid or abrasive products.

Use a wax appropriate for the surface.

When disinfecting the examination room, ensure the unit is covered with
plastic sheets.

When using disinfectants, carefully follow the instructions for disinfecting
under explosion hazard conditions.










Chapter 3:
Diagnostics and Troubleshooting

This chapter describes the diagnostic and troubleshooting procedures for the
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ASR-3000 System.

This chapter provides:
General information on error logs
Recommendations for responding to error messages
Troubleshooting guidelines
Troubleshooting sample
3.1 The Troubleshooting graph







3.2 Troubleshooting and Diagnostics

No
.
Failure
Phenomenon
Causes Solutions
1

Power Supply
Indicator does
a. No power in the extern power mains.
b. Power switch is not turned on.
a. Check external power mains.
b. Turn on the power supply.
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not light up after
power on.
c. Check if the power cable is
damaged.


2
ALARM
a. Computer error.
b. Ground wire is not well
connected.
a. Turn on the machine
again after power off.
b. Check the ground.


3 After press the
hand-switch,
Ready LED does not
light up.
a. The interval between the previous
exposure and the next one is
less than 30 seconds.
b. Rotating anode working circuit
error. Anode cannot rotate or
start up.
c. Filament heating circuit error.
a. Wait 30 seconds, then
press the hand switch.
b. Check the rotating anode
circuit board and
replace the board if
necessary.
c. Check the filament
circuit.

4 The displayed
breast
thickness value
is not
consistent with
the actuality.
a. Computer error.
b. Component error.
c. The steel wire in the main unit
arm becomes loose.
a. Turn off the machine and
turn it on again.
b. Check CPU board,
control power supply
board, replace boards
if necessary.
c. Adjust the steel wire
in the main unit arm.
d. Adjust the weight under
the cassette of the
machine head.
5 No X-ray output
no exposure, no
mA reading,
film cannot be
exposed
a. Computer error.
b. High voltage circuit error.

a. Turn off and restart the
exposure system.
b. Check high-voltage
circuit.
c. Check high-voltage
driver board, replace
circuit board.

6 No exposure under
Auto mode
. Computer error.
. -ray sensor on the X-ray
detection board error.
.Turn off the machine and
restart the exposure
system.
b. Check X-ray detection
board, measure the
voltages of Pin 1 and
Pin 4 under the
condition there is no
light illumination.
The value should be 40
. Under sunlight
or under the
illumination of 60W
light bulb to
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illuminate the X-ray
tester , the signal
output voltage should
be 0-7. If no change,
then the X-ray
detector has problems.
Please replace the
PCB.


3.3 Examples
A hospital has a set of ASR-3000 installed. During their operation,
when press the auto exposure, the machine will not perform auto
exposure and alarm occurs. We guess when X-ray is radiated to the X-ray
dose detection board, no feedback signal is transmitted to the control
exposure console. Then, X-ray dose detection board may have problems.
Remove the X-ray dose detection board, power it on. Under the condition
that there is no illumination, test J1 voltage, P2 is +12V, P2 is 12V.
These are normal. While when signal output P1 and P4 voltages are
measured, the value should be 0V. Use sunlight or 60W light bulb to
illuminate the X-ray dose detector, the signal output voltage is also 0V.
After 10 minutes, the signal output voltage is also 0V. But when light
bulb is used to illuminate the X-ray detector, under normal conditions,
X-ray dose detection board J1s P2 and P3 voltages are respectively +12V
and 12V. While signal output P1 and P4 voltages should be 0-7V. With
the change in the illuminating time, P1 and P4 voltages also change.
Therefore, based on the above test results, we determine the X-ray
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detector has problems. We replace the X-ray detector chips, power it up,
check the detector following the previous steps. All the test data are
normal. Then secure the X-ray dose detection board, perform auto
exposure test, press exposure button, if the auto exposure is normal, then
the problem is resolved.










Chapter 4 :
Service Tools
The following tools and instruments are necessary in the system
maintenance.
Description QTY
Insulation silicon rubber resin 1pcs
Rubber hammer 1pcs
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Hot air blower 1pcs
Level 15in 1pcs
L Wrench (set) 1pcs
Pincers 1pcs
Cross screw driver 1pcs
Shape Screwdriver 1pcs
Electrostatic wrist 1pcs
Torch 1pcs
Hex Key set, metric 1pcs
Roll scale 3m 1pcs
Aperture wrench(set) 1pcs
Cable binder 10pcs
Cable clip 1pcs
Multi-meter(FLUKE 7X) 1pcs
Electric iron25with soldering tin 1pcs
Appendix 1
Function Modules and Configuration
1 ASR-3000 system configuration
ASR-3000 mamography consists of: control console display board, machine
head display (left, right) board, HV driver board, anode startup board, main unit
CPU board, pre-positioned power supply board, output high voltage feedback
board. See figure below.

Electric
adjustment
Output HV
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Anode startup
Console display
Pre-PS Control Bd.
Pre-PS Bd.
Tube
CPU board
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2Functions
Console display
Mainly includes illuminating diode, alphanumeric tube, function keys and buzzer.
Machine head display (left, right)
Through connecting to CPU board, control the motion of the machine head and
display some working modes.
X-ray dose detection board
When auto exposure is used, automatically detect the dose of the exposure.
High-voltage driver board
Supply high-voltage power for X-ray to generate X-ray.
Anode startup board
Supply startup power for the tube to rotate the anode.
Main unit CPU board
It is also named computer main board and mother board. It completes the data
processing and flow control of the complete system and also is the core of the system.
Pre-positioned power supply control board
Supply power to the control operation system.

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3. The connectors, data flow direction and related test data
3.1 Control console display board
7-S07746
7-S07747
7-S07757
7-S06911
JP1
P1
P2
J2
J8
J7
J6
J5
J4




3.2 Machine head display board (left and right)






To CPU
Bd.
J6
To CPU
Bd.
J5
JP6
Control
signal
J1





PS
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Machine head display left and right board 5 and 6 are connected to JP3
on the CPU board, JP6 is connected to JP5 on CPU board.








3.3 Power Supply Control Board (vertical)
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Related test data
When 220AV is input, check fuse , test diode B signal, measuring electrolytic
capacitor C1 voltage to be 320V, electrolytic capacitor C8 voltage to be 110-145V
(voltage value is different when different scale is selected). If abnormal phenomenon
occurs, K or Q1 may fail and should be replaced.


3.4 Anode Driver Board
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7-S07744
7-S07747
7-S07746
7-S07754
7-S07755
7-S07755
7-S07755
JP1-3(B:7-S07741)
K18 K10 K15
JP2
K6 K2
J1
K4 K9
R1
K14
K16
D3
JP1
K19
JP4
K8 K1
K13
K7 K3
J2
D1

K17 K20 K5 K12


K11
JP1-4(B:7-S07741)
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3.5 Control Box PCB (Middle)
JP4-6(D:7-S07755)
a a
1 a 2
1 a
JP0-27-S07732
b 3
JP2-15(D7-S07755)
JP2-11(D7-S07755)
JP2-19(D7-S07755)
R1
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JP4-5(D:7-S07755)
JP1-3(D:7-S07755)
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3.6 Control Box PBC (Lower)
JP1-4(B)
JP3-5(D)
JP2-7(B)
JP3-4(D)
JP1-3(B)
JP2-6(B)
J
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JP1-5(B) JP1-6(B)
SW-4 SW-c
220/150
R2/1.5K
Out
In To
4 1
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JP2-10(B)
JP1-6(B)
JP2-11(B)
Related data of Control Console:
DC power supply, 2GZM-60s12voltage 1211GZM-
40512to be 5, 121GZM-10s12 to be 121
. If the test results are not the same with the above reference data, PCB may fail
and should be replaced.








3.7 High Voltage Driver Board
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E
1
J301
J302 10-S00003
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2
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1
J401
J402
J403 GN2VC2
JP2
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VC3GN3
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18V 18V
220V 220V
J401 J404
J402 J403
K103
2602mm
2002mm
2002mm
JP0-9 JP0-10

Related test data:
Connect to power mains and turn on 220VAC switch, J2-1.2.3.4Ground and
SG3525s Pin 15 is 15V0.5V, SG3525s pin 16 is 5.1V0.5V. On OFGB board,
adjust 310, LM324s pin 6 to 4047815pin 2 voltage to be 6.00, adjust
314, 324s 10 to 4047815pin 2 voltage to be 1.00.

If the test results are not the same with the above reference data, then, the PCB fails
and should be replaced.








3.8 Main Unit CPU Board
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Related test data
JP7
JP4
PS
JP10

sensor JP11
To HV
J103
JP1
Sync signal

P2
To high
volt J400
JP5
JP8 JP3 J3 JP9
5V
Limits and motor driver
Display and key
Sensors
connector JP6
When powered up at 220VAC, the main unit CPU board C18, C15, C7, C4
voltage at the two terminals are respectively -12V, 24V, 12V, and 5VC44 is 3.65V
U17pin12 is 1.96Vwhile U17s pin 13 and pin 15 voltage is lower than 5V. If there is
any discrepancy between the test results and the above reference data, the board may
fail and should be replaced.





3.9. Main unit output power supply test data:
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100V 220V F
Ground
F large
focus
Y R

12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
100V Earth Ia
F small
focus
G 220V









Remarks
a.100V-100V are to supply power to the tube and high-voltage startup board.
When starting the exposure signal, the voltages of P1 and P2 are respectively
100V-100V.
b. p3, p4 pins are power supply for AC 220
c. p6, p8, p9 are power supply for tube large and small focus
d. p7 Ia is tube currrent
e. p10, p11, p12 pins are power supply for tube anode and motor driver.


Caution: Refer ASR-3000 Operators Manual and
Technical Manual when servicing and testing PCBs and pay
attention to the capacitor discharge process to prevent electric
shock.


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