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CT ProSpeed Series
Component Replacement

Copyrighte 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 by General Electric Company

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D THIS SERVICE MANUAL IS AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH ONLY.


WARNING D IF A CUSTOMER’S SERVICE PROVIDER REQUIRES A LANGUAGE OTHER
THAN ENGLISH, IT IS THE CUSTOMER’S RESPONSIBILITY TO PROVIDE
TRANSLATION SERVICES.
D DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SERVICE THE EQUIPMENT UNLESS THIS SERVICE
MANUAL HAS BEEN CONSULTED AND IS UNDERSTOOD.
D FAILURE TO HEED THIS WARNING MAY RESULT IN INJURY TO THE SERVICE
PROVIDER, OPERATOR OR PATIENT FROM ELECTRIC SHOCK,
MECHANICAL OR OTHER HAZARDS.

D CE MANUEL DE MAINTENANCE N’EST DISPONIBLE QU’EN ANGLAIS.


AVERTISSEMENT D SI LE TECHNICIEN DU CLIENT A BESOIN DE CE MANUEL DANS UNE AUTRE
LANGUE QUE L’ANGLAIS, C’EST AU CLIENT QU’IL INCOMBE DE LE FAIRE
TRADUIRE.
D NE PAS TENTER D’INTERVENTION SUR LES ÉQUIPEMENTS TANT QUE LE
MANUEL SERVICE N’A PAS ÉTÉ CONSULTÉ ET COMPRIS.
D LE NON-RESPECT DE CET AVERTISSEMENT PEUT ENTRAÎNER CHEZ LE
TECHNICIEN, L’OPÉRATEUR OU LE PATIENT DES BLESSURES DUES À DES
DANGERS ÉLECTRIQUES, MÉCANIQUES OU AUTRES.

D DIESES KUNDENDIENST–HANDBUCH EXISTIERT NUR IN


ENGLISCHER SPRACHE.
WARNUNG
D FALLS EIN FREMDER KUNDENDIENST EINE ANDERE SPRACHE BENÖTIGT,
IST ES AUFGABE DES KUNDEN FÜR EINE ENTSPRECHENDE ÜBERSETZUNG
ZU SORGEN.
D VERSUCHEN SIE NICHT, DAS GERÄT ZU REPARIEREN, BEVOR DIESES
KUNDENDIENST–HANDBUCH NICHT ZU RATE GEZOGEN UND VERSTANDEN
WURDE.
D WIRD DIESE WARNUNG NICHT BEACHTET, SO KANN ES ZU VERLETZUNGEN
DES KUNDENDIENSTTECHNIKERS, DES BEDIENERS ODER DES PATIENTEN
DURCH ELEKTRISCHE SCHLÄGE, MECHANISCHE ODER SONSTIGE
GEFAHREN KOMMEN.

D ESTE MANUAL DE SERVICIO SÓLO EXISTE EN INGLÉS.


AVISO D SI ALGÚN PROVEEDOR DE SERVICIOS AJENO A GEMS SOLICITA UN IDIOMA
QUE NO SEA EL INGLÉS, ES RESPONSABILIDAD DEL CLIENTE OFRECER UN
SERVICIO DE TRADUCCIÓN.
D NO SE DEBERÁ DAR SERVICIO TÉCNICO AL EQUIPO, SIN HABER
CONSULTADO Y COMPRENDIDO ESTE MANUAL DE SERVICIO.
D LA NO OBSERVANCIA DEL PRESENTE AVISO PUEDE DAR LUGAR A QUE EL
PROVEEDOR DE SERVICIOS, EL OPERADOR O EL PACIENTE SUFRAN
LESIONES PROVOCADAS POR CAUSAS ELÉCTRICAS, MECÁNICAS O DE
OTRA NATURALEZA.

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D ESTE MANUAL DE ASSISTÊNCIA TÉCNICA SÓ SE ENCONTRA


DISPONÍVEL EM INGLÊS.
ATENÇÃO
D SE QUALQUER OUTRO SERVIÇO DE ASSISTÊNCIA TÉCNICA, QUE NÃO A
GEMS, SOLICITAR ESTES MANUAIS NOUTRO IDIOMA, É DA
RESPONSABILIDADE DO CLIENTE FORNECER OS SERVIÇOS DE TRADUÇÃO.
D NÃO TENTE REPARAR O EQUIPAMENTO SEM TER CONSULTADO E
COMPREENDIDO ESTE MANUAL DE ASSISTÊNCIA TÉCNICA.
D O NÃO CUMPRIMENTO DESTE AVISO PODE POR EM PERIGO A SEGURANÇA
DO TÉCNICO, OPERADOR OU PACIENTE DEVIDO A‘ CHOQUES ELÉTRICOS,
MECÂNICOS OU OUTROS.

D IL PRESENTE MANUALE DI MANUTENZIONE È DISPONIBILE


SOLTANTO IN INGLESE.
AVVERTENZA
D SE UN ADDETTO ALLA MANUTENZIONE ESTERNO ALLA GEMS RICHIEDE IL
MANUALE IN UNA LINGUA DIVERSA, IL CLIENTE È TENUTO A PROVVEDERE
DIRETTAMENTE ALLA TRADUZIONE.
D SI PROCEDA ALLA MANUTENZIONE DELL’APPARECCHIATURA SOLO DOPO
AVER CONSULTATO IL PRESENTE MANUALE ED AVERNE COMPRESO IL
CONTENUTO.
D NON TENERE CONTO DELLA PRESENTE AVVERTENZA POTREBBE FAR
COMPIERE OPERAZIONI DA CUI DERIVINO LESIONI ALL’ADDETTO ALLA
MANUTENZIONE, ALL’UTILIZZATORE ED AL PAZIENTE PER
FOLGORAZIONE ELETTRICA, PER URTI MECCANICI OD ALTRI RISCHI.

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IMPORTANT! . . . X-RAY PROTECTION


X-ray equipment if not properly used may cause injury. Accordingly, the instructions herein contained should
be thoroughly read and understood by everyone who will use the equipment before you attempt to place this
equipment in operation. The General Electric Company, Medical Systems Group, will be glad to assist and
cooperate in placing this equipment in use.
Although this apparatus incorporates a high degree of protection against x-radiation other than the useful beam, no
practical design of equipment can provide complete protection. Nor can any practical design compel the operator to
take adequate precautions to prevent the possibility of any persons carelessly exposing themselves or others to
radiation.
It is important that everyone having anything to do with x-radiation be properly trained and fully acquainted with the
recommendations of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements as published in NCRP Reports
available from NCRP Publications, 7910 Woodmont Avenue, Room 1016, Bethesda, Maryland 20814, and of the
International Commission on Radiation Protection, and take adequate steps to protect against injury.
The equipment is sold with the understanding that the General Electric Company, Medical Systems Group, its agents,
and representatives have no responsibility for injury or damage which may result from improper use of the equipment.
Various protective material and devices are available. It is urged that such materials or devices be used.

    



 
All electrical installations that are preliminary to positioning of the equipment at the site prepared for the equipment shall be
performed by licensed electrical contractors. In addition, electrical feeds into the Power Distribution Unit shall be performed
by licensed electrical contractors. Other connections between pieces of electrical equipment, calibrations, and testing shall
be performed by qualified GE Medical personnel. The products involved (and the accompanying electrical installations) are
highly sophisticated, and special engineering competence is required.

In performing all electrical work on these products, GE will use its own specially trained field engineers. All of GE’s electrical
work on these products will comply with the requirements of the applicable electrical codes.

The purchaser of GE equipment shall only utilize qualified personnel (i.e., GE’s field engineers, personnel of third-party
service companies with equivalent training, or licensed electricians) to perform electrical servicing on the equipment.

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DAMAGE IN TRANSPORTATION

All packages should be closely examined at time of delivery. If damage is apparent, have notation “damage in
shipment” written on all copies of the freight or express bill before delivery is accepted or “signed for” by a General
Electric representative or a hospital receiving agent. Whether noted or concealed, damage MUST be reported to the
carrier immediately upon discovery, or in any event, within 14 days after receipt, and the contents and containers held
for inspection by the carrier. A transportation company will not pay a claim for damage if an inspection is not requested
within this 14 day period.

Call Traffic and Transportation, Milwaukee, WI (414) 827–3449 / 8*285–3449 immediately after damage is found. At
this time be ready to supply name of carrier, delivery date, consignee name, freight or express bill number, item
damaged and extent of damage.

Complete instructions regarding claim procedure are found in Section “S” of the Policy & Procedure Bulletins.

OMISSIONS & ERRORS

GE personnel, please use the GEMS CQA Process to report all omissions, errors, and defects in this documentation.
Customers, please contact your GE Sales or Service represenatives.

CAUTION

Do not use the following devices near this equipment. Use of these devices near this equipment could cause
this equipment to malfunction.

Devices not to be used near this equipment:

Devices which intrinsically transmit radio waves such as; cellular phone, radio transceiver, mobile radio transmitter,
radio–controlled toy, etc.

Keep power to these devices turned off when near this equipment.

Medical staff in charge of this equipment is required to instruct technicians, patients and other people who may be
around this equipment to fully comply with the above regulation.

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REVISION HISTORY
REV DATE PRIMARY REASON FOR CHANGE
0 . . . . . April 12, 1995 ... Initial release
1 . . . . . July 21, 1995 ... Temp Cont Box replacement is added.
2 . . . August 31, 1995 ... EMC 80 infomation is added.
3 . December 1, 1995 ... CE Marking (EMC 100) infomation is added.
4 . . . January 1, 1996 ... VE Table Information
5 . . . . . June 15, 1996 ... Slip Ring Information deleted, Functional Check/Adjustment reference information changed to
CD–ROM
6 November 30, 1996 ... Tilt Potentiometer Wire Replacement procedures added, New HV tank information
7 . . . . . April 15, 1997 ... OC–Rear Connector Board, MOD drive, Front–Accessible Gantry (For Renaissance 2)
8 . . . . . May 20, 1999 ... Ported from tool book to PDF file.
9 December 27, 1999 ... SI unit Convertion Table
10 . . . . June 20, 2000 ... SI unit Convertion Table for lbf–ft, oil–less washer added
11 . . . . . July 6, 2001 ... Added axial drive belt replacement procedure
12 . . . Sept. 30, 2001 ... Added: Gantry Rotation Counter
13 . . March 11, 2002 ... Modified: Table Oil pump
14 . . . . April 17, 2002 ... Added: Head Holder Rubber Sheet.

LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES

PAGE REV PAGE REV PAGE REV PAGE REV PAGE REV
Title page . . . . . . . . . 14 Tab 1 (OC) 1–1 to 1–73 . . . . . . . . 12 3–1 to 3–4 . . . . . . . . . . 8 Tab APPENDIX
Title page rear . . blank i................... 8 2–1 to 2–53 . . . . . . . . 14 4–1 to 4–4 . . . . . . . . . . 8 A–1 to A–4 . . . . . . . . . 8
Warning a to d . . . . . . 0 ii . . . . . . . . . . . . . . blank 5–1 to 5–2 . . . . . . . . . . 8
A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 1–1 to 1–24 . . . . . . . . . 8
Tab 3 (DAS/DETECTOR)
B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . blank 2–1 to 2–37 . . . . . . . . 8 Blank/Rear cover . . . . –
i................... 8 Tab 4 (XG)
i to iv . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 2–38 . . . . . . . . . . . blank
ii . . . . . . . . . . . . . . blank i................... 8
v to vii . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Tab 2 (TABLE/GANTRY) 1–1 to 1–6 . . . . . . . . . . 8 ii . . . . . . . . . . . . . . blank
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BEFORE USING THIS MANUAL


The CT ProSpeed series is especially dangerous because it is a continuous rotation gantry with high voltages con-
ducted through its slip rings. The hazards, although sometimes obvious, need to be recognized since the potential
for serious injury or death exists.

DANGER!!
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY!! READ AND THOROUGHLY UNDERSTAND THE
SAFETY GUIDELINES MANUAL.

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CONTENTS

OPERATOR CONSOLE COMPONENT REPLACEMENT (Tab 1)


OPERATOR CONSOLE (Qj/Qj–b TYPE)
OPERATOR CONSOLE (Zj/Zj–a TYPE)
TABLE/GANTRY COMPONENT REPLACEMENT (Tab 2)
GANTRY
TABLE
DAS/DETECTOR COMPONENT REPLACEMENT (Tab 3)
DAS BOARD (Xe TYPE)
DAS BOARD (SS TYPE)
DETECTOR (Xe TYPE)
DETECTOR (SS TYPE)
TEMP CONT ASSY
X–RAY GENERATOR COMPONENT REPLACEMENT (Tab 4)
X–RAY GENERATOR

APPENDIX
Symbols and Classification

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NOTE
Applicable Products and Subsystem Designators
This Component Replacement Manual is written for the CT products listed in the table below.
Almost the same Gantry (except DAS/Detector), X–ray Generator, and Table subsystem models are commonly used
for these products.
Subsystem models Operator Console, DAS/Detector, and PDU (Power Distribution Unit) are not commonly used for
these products, as shown in the table.
Note also that the three different product models are named the same name “ProSpeed.”
In this manual, to refer to a correct subsystem, designators “Qj Type”, “’SS Type”, ... , as written in the “OC Designa-
tor”, “DAS/Detector Designator”, and “Model Number” columns are used.

PRODUCT NAME OPERATOR CONSOLE (OC) DAS/DETECTOR PDU

Operation CPU OC Detector DAS/Detector Model


Display Device Board Designator Type Designator Number

ProSpeed S Liquid Crystal CPW Qj Type Xe Gas Xe Type P9180AB/


Display P9180AF

ProSpeed SX
Lemage

ProSpeed Qj–b Type (See Note 2) 2121798


(See Note 1) (See Note 2)
ProSpeed S Fast
ProSpeed SX Power
Lemage SX
Lemage SX/E

ProSpeed Solid–state SS Type


Lemage Supreme

ProSpeed VX Plasma Display FMP1 Zj Type Xe Gas Xe Type P9180AB/


ProSeed Accell P9180AF
ProSeed Accell EI

ProSpeed
ProSeed

ProSpeed Plus
ProSeed EF

ProSpeed Advantage CPW Zj–a Type Solid–state SS Type 2121798


ProSeed SA (See Note 3)

Note 1 This ProSpeed is an upgraded model of ProSpeed S or ProSpeed SX (GEMS–AM and GAMS–A).
Note 2 ProSpeed, ProSpeed SX Power, or Lemage SX can have an SS Type DAS/Detector by an option, otherwise,
these have an Xe Type DAS/Detector.
Note 3 In the case of Upgrade, P9180AB or P9180AF PDU will still be used instead of 2121798 PDU.

LCD PD

2121798

Qj/Qj–b Zj/Zj–a
TYPE TYPE Xe TYPE SS TYPE P9180AB/AF
OC OC

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NOTE (continued)

For the system with CE Marking label:


Two kinds of the sytem exist in Qj–b systems. One is the system with the CE marking label, and another without the
CE Marking. The CE Marking label is attached to the rear side of the OC near rating plate.

CE Marking Label

0459
Qj–b TYPE OC REAR VIEW

Manual Reference
The part numbers for service manuals which are referred to in this manual are specified in the table below.

PRODUCT NAME MANUAL PART NUMBER

Installation Functional Check/Adjustment Safety Guidelines

ProSpeed S 2124011 P9011AT P9011AW


ProSpeed SX
Lemage

ProSpeed
ProSpeed S Fast
ProSpeed SX Power
Lemage SX

ProSpeed
Lemage Supreme

ProSpeed VX P9019AE P9019AG


ProSeed Accell
ProSeed Accell EI

ProSpeed
ProSeed

ProSpeed Plus
ProSeed EF

ProSpeed Advantage P9011AT


ProSeed SA

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NOTE (continued)

Torque Notation Changed to SI Unit


The unit expressed on the torque wrench supplied by GEYMS has been changed from “kgfScm” to “NSm” (SI
Unit).
Therefore, for the torque values (kgfScm) of this manual, convert “NSm” using the following conversion formula
and table.
Conversion Formula:
xx (NSm) = xxxx (kgfScm) x 0.098
Conversion Table:

1 kgfScm = 0.098 NSm


Coversion: kgfScm –> NSm
kgfScm 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
NSm
0 0 0.0981 0.1961 0.2942 0.3923 0.4903 0.5884 0.6865 0.7845 0.8826
10 0.9807 1.0787 1.1768 1.2748 1.3729 1.4710 1.5690 1.6671 1.7652 1.8632
20 1.9613 2.0594 2.1574 2.2555 2.3536 2.4516 2.5497 2.6478 2.7458 2.8439
30 2.9420 3.0400 3.1381 3.2361 3.3342 3.4323 3.5303 3.6284 3.7265 3.8245
40 3.9226 4.0207 4.1187 4.2168 4.3149 4.4129 4.5110 4.6091 4.7071 4.8052
50 4.9033 5.0013 5.0994 5.1974 5.2955 5.3936 5.4916 5.5897 5.6878 5.7858
60 5.8840 5.9820 6.0800 6.1781 6.2762 6.3742 6.4723 6.5704 6.6684 6.7665
70 6.8646 6.9626 7.0607 7.1587 7.2568 7.3549 7.4529 7.5510 7.6491 7.7474
80 7.8452 7.9433 8.0413 8.1394 8.2375 8.3355 8.4336 8.5317 8.6297 8.7278
90 8.8260 8.9239 9.0220 9.1200 9.2181 9.3162 9.4142 9.5123 9.6104 9.7084
100 9.8065

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NOTE (continued)
Conversion Formula:
xx (kgfScm) = xxxx (NSm) x 10.2
Conversion Table:

1 NSm = 10.2 kgfScm


Coversion: NSm –> kgfScm
NSm 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
kgfScm
0 0 10 20 31 41 51 61 71 82 92
10 102 112 122 133 143 153 163 173 184 194
20 204 214 224 235 245 255 265 275 286 296
30 306 316 326 337 347 357 367 377 388 398
40 408 418 428 439 449 459 469 479 490 500
50 510 520 530 541 551 561 571 581 592 602
60 612 622 632 643 653 663 673 683 694 704
70 714 724 734 745 755 765 775 785 796 806
80 816 826 836 847 857 867 877 887 898 908
90 918 928 938 949 959 969 979 989 1000 1010
100 1020

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NOTE (continued)

Referrence for lbfSft


Conversion Formula:
xx (lbfSft) = xxxx (NSm) x 0.737
xx (NSm) = xxxx (lbfSft) x 1.356
Conversion Table:

1 NSm=0.737 lbfSft
Coversion: NSm –> lbfSft
NSm 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
lbfSft
0 0 0.737 1.474 2.211 2.948 3.685 4.422 5.159 5.896 6.633
10 7.370 8.107 8.844 9.581 10.318 11.055 11.792 12.529 13.266 14.003
20 14.740 15.477 16.214 16.951 17.688 18.425 19.162 19.899 20.636 21.373
30 22.110 22.847 23.584 24.321 25.058 25.795 26.532 27.269 28.006 28.743
40 29.480 30.217 30.954 31.691 32.428 33.165 33.902 34.639 35.376 36.113
50 36.850 37.587 38.324 39.061 39.798 40.535 41.272 42.009 42.746 43.483
60 44.220 44.957 45.694 46.431 47.168 47.905 48.642 49.379 50.116 50.853
70 51.590 52.327 53.064 53.801 54.538 55.275 56.012 56.749 57.486 58.223
80 58.960 59.697 60.434 61.171 61.908 62.645 63.382 64.119 64.856 65.593
90 66.330 67.067 67.804 68.541 69.278 70.015 70.752 71.489 72.226 72.963
100 73.700

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OPERATOR CONSOLE
COMPONENT REPLACEMENT

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION PAGE

SECTION 1 – OPERATOR CONSOLE (QJ/QJ–B TYPE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1


1-1 POWER SUPPLY +12 VOLTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1
1-2 POWER SUPPLY +5 VOLTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–3
1-3 KEY BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–6
1-4 SUB (UPPER) KEY BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–7
1-5 TPC SUB BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–10
1-6 TOUCH PANEL (LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–11
1-7 HARD DISK DRIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–14
1-8 FLOPPY DISK DRIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–16
1-9 FOOT PEDAL ASSY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–17
1-10 TOUCH PANEL FRONT COVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–18
1-11 REAR CONNECTOR ASSY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–20
1-12 MAGNETIC OPTICAL DISK DRIVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–23

SECTION 2 – OPERATOR CONSOLE (ZJ/ZJ–A TYPE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–1


2-1 PLASMA DISPLAY UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–1
2-2 MAGNETIC OPTICAL DISK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–7
2-2-1 Removing the MOD Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–7
2-2-2 Installing the MOD Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–16

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SECTION 1 – OPERATOR CONSOLE (QJ/QJ–B TYPE)

Note
This section applies to Qj Type or Qj–b Type OC.
For Zj Type or Zj–a Type OC, see Section 2, OPERATOR CONSOLE (Zj/Zj–a TYPE).

1-1 POWER SUPPLY +12 VOLTS

Special Equipment

D Power Supply +12 VDC

1 Proceed until step END ;


Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Turn OFF the OC main power.

3 Remove the front OC cover. The +12 Volt supply is shown in illustration 1–1.

4 Pop free and remove the plastic guard from the front of the power supply terminal.

5 Mark and remove the five wires, four screws, from the front terminal. Refer to illustration 1–1.

6 Unscrew the two front support screws and slide the power supply unit forward and out of the OC. Refer to illustra-
tion 1–1.

7 Slide the new +12 Volt power supply into place and attach the wires removed from the old unit.

8 Screw the front support screws into place.

9 Turn ON the OC main power.

10 Perform +12 VDC Functional check and Adjustments.


(Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Operator Console, DC Power Supplies.)

11 Install the front OC cover.

12 END

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1-1 POWER SUPPLY +12 VOLTS (CONTINUED)

PWR

+12 VOLT
POWER SUPPLY

ORANGE

BLACK

BLUE
BROWN

SUPPORT SCREWS (2)

OC +12 VOLT POWER SUPPLY


ILLUSTRATION 1–1

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1-2 POWER SUPPLY +5 VOLTS

Special Equipment

D Power Supply +5 VDC

1 Proceed until step END ;


Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Turn OFF the OC main power.

3 Remove the front OC cover. The +5 Volt supply is shown in illustration 1–2.

4 Remove the +12 Volt power supply by referring to section 1-1, POWER SUPPLY +12 VOLTS.

5 Pop free and remove the plastic guard from the front of the +5 Volt power supply terminal.

6 Mark and Unscrew the four terminal wires, two screws, from the front terminal. Refer to illustration 1–2.

7 Unscrew the two front support screws and slide the power supply unit to the left.

8 Remove the front plate and wires from the power supply unit by unscrewing the two inner (+) and two outer (hex)
screws. Refer to illustration 1–3.

9 Slide the power supply unit forward and out of the OC.

10 Install the new +5 Volt power supply unit by performing steps 9 to 4 in their reverse order.

11 Turn ON the OC main power.

12 Perform +5 VDC Functional check and Adjustments.


(Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Operator Console, DC Power Supplies.)

13 Install the front OC cover.

14 END

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1-2 POWER SUPPLY +5 VOLTS (CONTINUED)

PWR

BLUE
BROWN

+5 VOLT
POWER SUPPLY

SCREWS (2)

OC +5 VOLT POWER SUPPLY


ILLUSTRATION 1–2

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1-2 POWER SUPPLY +5 VOLTS (CONTINUED)

PWR

RIGHT INNER
SCREW

ACCESS HOLE TO
LEFT INNER SCREW

ACCESS HOLE TO
RIGHT INNER
SCREW

LEFT HEX–SCREW
PLEXI–GLASS
(WIRES NOT SHOWN)

OC +5 VOLT POWER SUPPLY FRONT PLATE


ILLUSTRATION 1–3

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1-3 KEY BOARD

Special Equipment

D Key Board

1 Proceed until step END ;


Understand and follow the Safety guidelines Manual.

2 Turn OFF the OC main power.

3 Remove the bottom OC panel (six screws).

4 Unscrew the two side brackets (four upward facing screws) while supporting the keyboard.

5 Disconnect the key board connector from the back of the key board.

6 Connect the new keyboard and mount it into place using the side brackets; Do not touch the bottom of the key
board.

7 Turn ON the OC main power.

8 Verify that the key board is operating properly and that the keys move smoothly; especially the upper and side
keys.

9 Install the bottom OC panel (six screws).

10 END

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1-4 SUB (UPPER) KEY BOARD

Special Equipment

D Sub (Upper) Key Board

1 Proceed until step END ;


Understand and follow the Safety guidelines Manual.

2 Turn OFF the OC main power.

3 Lower the CRT to a safe position on the floor.

4 Remove the two rubber caps and two screws from the top of the Operator Console and remove the top cover.

5 Switch OFF the OC power breakers. Refer to illustration 1–4.

6 Remove the front OC cover.

7 Unscrew the four front panel floppy disc drive screws shown in illustration 1–11.

8 Tilt the left side of the panel slightly into the OC and then carefully pull the panel/FDD assembly out.

9 Disconnect all rear connectors from the floppy disc drive/panel assembly; refer to illustration 1–11. Do not re-
move the drive from the panel assembly.

10 Loosen the top SRT screws and slide the bottom plate backwards as shown in illustration 1–4.

11 Unscrew the three bottom screws underneath the OC top bar frame. Refer to illustration 1–5

12 Carefully pull the sub key board assembly and remove all connectors.

13 Install the new sub key board assembly by performing steps 12 to 3 in their reverse order.

NOTICE

For Qj–b TYPE OC Only:


Installation Notice of OC TOP Cover. The OC top cover contains two tabs on it front edge.
Install the cover so that its tabs are aligned with the frame securely. Proper installation al-
lows the top cover to be flush with the OC keyboard cover. Refer to Illustration 1–5.

14 Turn ON the OC main power. Refer to illustration 1–4.

15 Verify that the key board is operating properly and that the keys move smoothly.

16 END

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1-4 SUB (UPPER) KEY BOARD (CONTINUED)

OC BREAKERS

SUB KEY BOARD

SRT SCREWS

BOTTOM PLATE

SRT

SUB KEY BOARD TOP VIEW


ILLUSTRATION 1–4

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1-4 SUB (UPPER) KEY BOARD (CONTINUED)

TABS

OC TOP COVER

FRAME

OC TOP BAR FRAME

PWR
BOTTOM
SCREWS (3)

OC TOP COVER/SUB KEY BOARD FRONT VIEW


ILLUSTRATION 1–5

1–9 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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1-5 TPC SUB BOARD

Special Equipment

D TPC Sub Board

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety guidelines Manual.

2 Turn OFF the OC main power.

3 Remove the rear touch panel cover by unscrewing its six nylon screws. Refer to illustration 1–6.

4 Remove all connectors from the TPC Sub Board. Refer to illustration 1–6.

5 Unscrew, four screws, and remove the TPC Sub Board and install the new one in its place.

6 Connect all connectors to the TPC Sub Board. Refer to illustration 1–6.

7 Perform TPC SUB Functional check and Adjustments.


(Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Board/Device Jumper/Switch Setting, Operator Console.)

8 Install the rear touch panel cover (be careful not to strip the nylon screws).

9 Turn ON the OC main power and verify that the touch panel is responding normally.

10 END

REAR
NYLON
SCREWS

PURPLE/
ORANGE
TPC SUB ASSY
BLUE/
WHITE
REAR COVER BLACK/
PURPLE

CONNECTORS

REAR VIEW
TPC SUB BOARD
ILLUSTRATION 1–6

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1-6 TOUCH PANEL (LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY)

Special Equipment

D Tie Wraps

D Touch Panel (Liquid Crystal Display)

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety guidelines Manual.

2 Turn OFF the OC main power.

3 Loosen the set nuts and remove the contrast and sound knobs from the left side of the touch panel (four knobs).

4 Remove the rear touch panel cover by unscrewing its six nylon screws. Refer to illustration 1–7.

5 Unscrew the eight front panel cover screws shown in illustration 1–7; the ninth screw is not accessible.

6 Remove all three external connectors from the PNL ASSY Board. Refer to illustration 1–8

7 Remove the five external connectors from the TPC Sub; they are shown in illustration 1–8.

8 Unscrew and remove the Panel ASSY by unscrewing the four support screws labelled ‘A’ in illustration 1–8.

9 Unscrew and remove the side support. Refer to illustration 1–9.

10 Unscrew the MIC, Emergency Stop button, and adjustment knobs from the side support. Refer to illustra-
tion 1–9.

11 Unscrew the four bottom support hex–screws labelled ‘B’ in illustration 1–8, and remove the old Touch Panel
Assembly.

12 Install the new Touch Panel Assembly by performing steps 11 to step 3 in their reverse order.

13 Verify that all buttons and keys, especially the Emergency OFF key, move smoothly. If not adjust them using
the rear brackets, illustration 1–9, or loosen and realign the front touch panel cover.

14 Pivot the touch screen into its original position; ask the customer what angle is best or adjust the screen to mini-
mize glare. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Operator Console, OC Component, Touch Panel Tilt
Angle.)

15 Perform TPC SUB Functional check and Adjustments. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Board/Device
Jumper/Switch Setting, Operator Console.)

16 Install the rear touch panel cover (be careful not to strip the nylon screw).

17 Turn ON the OC main power and verify that the touch panel is responding normally.

18 END

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1-6 TOUCH PANEL (LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY) (CONTINUED)

REAR
NYLON
SCREWS

REAR COVER

FRONT COVER SCREWS

REAR VIEW
TOUCH PANEL COVERS (REAR/FRONT)
ILLUSTRATION 1–7

A SCREWS (4)

TPC SUB ASSY


BLUE/
WHITE

BLACK/
PURPLE

CN1 CN2 CN3

PANEL ASSY

EXTERNAL CONNECTORS

B SCREWS (4)

REAR VIEW
TOUCH PANEL REAR VIEW
ILLUSTRATION 1–8

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1-6 TOUCH PANEL (LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY) (CONTINUED)

SIDE SUPPORT MIC


ADJUSTMENT
KNOBS

SIDE EMERGENCY
SCREWS (6) STOP

REAR VIEW SIDE VIEW


TOUCH PANEL REAR SIDE SUPPORT
ILLUSTRATION 1–9

1–13 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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1-7 HARD DISK DRIVE

Special Equipment

D Tie Wraps

D Hard Disk Drive

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety guidelines Manual.

2 Turn OFF the OC main power.

3 Turn OFF the breaker at the PDU.

4 Remove the front OC cover.

5 Unscrew the two power ON switch screws. Refer to illustration 1–10.

6 Carefully remove the two power ON connectors while supporting the connecter board. Refer to illustration 1–10.

7 Unscrew the two front support screws and slowly slide the hard disc drive unit forward and out of the OC.

8 Remove the two rear connectors, CN1 and CN2, from the unit. Refer to illustration 1–10.

9 Connect the connectors to the new hard disc drive, and slide it into place.

10 Screw the two front hard disc drive support screws into place.

11 Carefully connect the two power ON connectors while supporting the connecter board.

12 Install the power ON switch and screw it into place.

13 Turn ON the breaker at the PDU.

14 Turn ON the OC main power.

15 Perform Switch and Jumper Setting of the HDD. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Board/Device Jump-
er/Switch Setting, Operator Console, Hard Disk Drive.)

16 Install the front OC cover.

17 END

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1-7 HARD DISK DRIVE (CONTINUED)

PWR

POWER ON
CONNECTORS

CN2
POWER ON SUPPORT SCREWS (2)
SCREWS (2)

CN1

REAR VIEW

OC HARD DISC DRIVE


ILLUSTRATION 1–10

1–15 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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1-8 FLOPPY DISK DRIVE

Special Equipment

D Tie Wraps
D Floppy Disk Drive (FDD)

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety guidelines Manual.

2 Turn OFF the OC main power.


3 Remove the front OC cover.
4 Unscrew the four front panel screws shown in illustration 1–11.
5 Tilt the left side of the panel slightly into the OC and then carefully pull the panel/FDD assembly out.

6 Disconnect all rear connectors and unscrew the four bottom screws. Refer to illustration 1–11.
7 Mount the new floppy disc drive,connect all rear connectors, and screw the panel/FDD into place.
8 Turn ON the OC main power.
9 Perform an Image Archive test. (Retrieve an image from the QA Image FD and load it on the HDD. Then store
the image on the HDD to the FD. Make sure no error message appears on the status display.)

10 Install the front OC cover.

11 END

PANEL
SCREWS (4)

PWR

BOTTOM SCREWS (4)


FLOPPY DISC DRIVE
ILLUSTRATION 1–11

1–16 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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1-9 FOOT PEDAL ASSY

Special Equipment

D Foot Pedal ASSY

D Tie Wraps

Refer to INSTALLATION manual, Section 3–2 or 3–3 Operator Console.

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1-10 TOUCH PANEL FRONT COVER

Special Equipment

D Tie Wraps

D Touch Panel Front Cover

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety guidelines Manual.

2 Turn OFF the OC main power.

3 Loosen the set nuts and remove the contrast and sound knobs from the left side of the touch panel (four knobs).

4 Remove the rear touch panel cover by unscrewing its six nylon screws. Refer to illustration 1–12, rear cover.

5 Unscrew the eight front panel cover screws shown in illustration 1–12; the ninth screw is not accessible at this
time, it will be removed later.

REAR
NYLON
SCREWS

REAR COVER

screw 9

FRONT COVER SCREWS

REAR VIEW
TOUCH PANEL COVERS (REAR/FRONT)
ILLUSTRATION 1–12

6 Remove all three external connectors from the PNL ASSY Board. Refer to illustration 1–13

7 Remove the three external connectors from the TPC Sub which lead to the main body of the OC; the connectors
are shown in illustration 1–13.

8 Support the touch panel assembly and unscrew the four bottom support hex–screws, two long upper and two
short lower. Refer to illustration 1–13.

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1-10 TOUCH PANEL FRONT COVER (CONTINUED)

TPC SUB ASSY

CN1 CN2 CN3


EXTERNAL CONNECTORS
TO MAIN OPERATOR CONSOLE
PANEL ASSY

LONG SCREWS (2)

SHORT SCREWS (2)

REAR VIEW
TOUCH PANEL REAR VIEW
ILLUSTRATION 1–13

9 Lay the touch panel assembly (with front cover) face down on the Operator Console. Be careful not to scratch
the screen.

10 Unscrew the remaining, ninth, front panel cover screw (labeled in Illustration 1–12).

11 Pull the touch panel assembly free from the old front panel cover and attach the new front panel cover.

12 Install the touch panel assembly by performing steps 11 to step 3 in their reverse order.

13 Verify that all buttons and keys, especially the Emergency OFF key, move smoothly. If not, adjust them using
the rear brackets, illustration 1–9, or loosen and realign the front touch panel cover.

14 Pivot the touch screen into its original position; ask the customer what angle is best or adjust the screen to mini-
mize glare. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Operator Console, OC Component, Touch Panel Tilt
Angle.)

15 Install the rear touch panel cover (be careful not to strip the nylon screw).

16 Turn ON the OC main power and verify that the touch panel is responding normally.

17 END

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1-11 REAR CONNECTOR ASSY

Special Equipment

D Tie Wraps

D Rear Connector Assy

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety guidelines Manual.

2 Turn OFF the OC main power.

3 Remove the rear OC cover by unscrewing its six(6) screws.

REAR COVER

SCREWS

OPERATOR CONSOLE REAR COVER REMOVAL


ILLUSTRATION 1–14

1–20 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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1-11 REAR CONNECTOR ASSY (CONTINUED)


4 Disconnect two(2) cable connectors(CN12, CN13) and a ground cable from the REAR CONNECTOR board.

5 Remove the GROUND PLATE by unscrewing its two(2) screws.

BOARD COVER
REAR CONNECTOR
REAR CONNECTOR BOARD BOARD
GROUND
CABLE

AUDIO2
CN5
(CN12)

AUDIO2
CN3
(CN14)

INNER COVER

ALLEN SCREWS

GROUND PLATE

SCREWS

INNER COVER AND ## BRACKET REMOVAL


ILLUSTRATION 1–15

1–21 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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1-11 REAR CONNECTOR ASSY (CONTINUED)


6 Remove the rear inner cover by unscrewing its six(6) screws.

7 Disconnect all connectors from the REAR CONNECTOR board.

8 Remove the REAR CONNECTOR board by unscrewing its four(4) screws.

9 Place the new board into position.

10 Perform step 8 through 3 in their reverse order.

11 END

REAR FRAME

REAR CONNECTOR BOARD

REAR CONNECTOR BOARD REMOVAL


ILLUSTRATION 1–16

1–22 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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1-12 MAGNETIC OPTICAL DISK DRIVE

Special Equipment

D Tie–wrap

D Disk Drive, SCSI cable, Power cable, or Ground cable

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety guidelines Manual.

2 Turn OFF the OC main power.

3 Move the monitor onto the floor.

4 Open the top cover of the MOD drive by removing screws.

5 Replace the following(s) with new one(s).

D Disk drive

D Cable(s) (SCSI, Power, or GND)


Refer to Illustration 1–17.

NOTICE

For the system installed except JAPAN, SCSI cable and Power cable MUST be grounded on
the frame of the MOD drive chassis. This can assure EMC specifications.

CABLE WIRING DEPENDS ON THE TYPE OF THE MOD DRIVE:

For Hitachi drive: For Pioneer drive:

ÍÍ

 

ÍÍ    

  CABLE 

ÁÁÁ

 

 
ÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁ
     


   ÍÍ ÍÍ CABLE

  
     




CABLE WIRING
ILLUSTRATION 1–17

1–23 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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1-12 MAGNETIC OPTICAL DISK DRIVE (Continued)


6 Install the removed parts in the reverse order of removal.

7 END

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SECTION 2 – OPERATOR CONSOLE (ZJ/ZJ–A TYPE)

Note
This section applies to Zj Type or Zj–a Type OC.
For Qj Type or Qj–b Type OC, see Section 1, OPERATOR CONSOLE (Qj/Qj–b TYPE).

2-1 PLASMA DISPLAY UNIT

Special Equipment

D Plasma Display Unit

1 Turn the OC Power OFF.

2 Remove the MOD. Refer to section 2-2 of this manual for details.

3 Remove the two plastic covers shown in illustration 2–1 below by removing the four butterfly nuts holding each
cover in place.

PLASTIC COVER

FAN

PLASTIC COVER

COVERS TO BE
REMOVED

REAR PLASTIC COVER LOCATIONS


ILLUSTRATION 2–1

2–1 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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2-1 PLASMA DISPLAY UNIT(CONTINUED)


4 Disconnect the three ground wires from the PLASMA DISPLAY bracket. Their locations are shown in illustration
2–2.

5 Remove all 15 cable connectors shown in illustration 2–2.

GROUND CONNECTIONS

TPC ASSY

TPPS ASSY

FAN

INDICATE RE-
MOVED
CONNECTORS

PLASMA DISPLAY CONNECTOR LOCATIONS


ILLUSTRATION 2–2

2–2 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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2-1 PLASMA DISPLAY UNIT(CONTINUED)


6 Disconnect connector CN13(Fan power supply) from the PS DISTR ASSY Board shown in illustration 2–3. Feed
the connector and wire up through the OC and out the back of the plasma display area.

CN13 CN15
PS DISTR ASSY

OC POWER CONNECTOR LOCATIONS


ILLUSTRATION 2–3

2–3 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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2-1 PLASMA DISPLAY UNIT(CONTINUED)


7 Remove the butterfly nut and pull the white button shown in illustration 2–4 , and carefully remove the assembly
shown below.

BUTTERFLY NUT

FAN
WHITE BUTTON

INDICATES
REMOVED
ASSEMBLY

BRACKETS
TPPS ASSY REMOVAL
ILLUSTRATION 2–4

2–4 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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2-1 PLASMA DISPLAY UNIT(CONTINUED)


8 Remove the two butterfly nuts with washers and the two long studs securing the plasma display assembly unit
in place. (Illustration 2–5)

9 While holding the back of the plasma display unit in place by hand, remove the support bracket and its two Allen
screws (Illustration 2–5).

10 Carefully guide the plasma display unit out of the rear of the OC.

SUPPORT BRACKET
PLASMA DISPLAY ASSY

LONG
STUDS

ALLEN SCREWS BUTTERFLY NUTS

PLASMA DISPLAY UNIT REMOVAL


ILLUSTRATION 2–5

2–5 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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2-1 PLASMA DISPLAY UNIT(CONTINUED)


11 Mount the new plasma display into position by aligning the plasma display holes with the guides (studs) as shown
in illustration 2–6.

GUIDE
HOLES

PLASMA DISPLAY ALIGNMENT


ILLUSTRATION 2–6

12 Install the new Plasma Display Unit by performing steps 9 through 7 in their reverse order.

13 Perform steps 6 through 1 in their reverse order.

14 Perform the Calibration Procedures. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Operator Console, OC Compo-
nent, Plasma Display.)

15 Verify that the new Plasma Display Unit is displaying the proper screen display, and that all areas of the screen
respond correctly to touch commands.

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2-2 MAGNETIC OPTICAL DISK

Special Equipment

D Magnetic Optical Disk

2-2-1 Removing the MOD Drive

System Power OFF


1. Turn the System Power OFF.
2. Disconnect the Video cable and power cable at CRT Monitor. See Illustration 2–7.

VIDEO CABLE
POWER CABLE

CRT MONITOR CABLES


ILLUSTRATION 2–7

3. Remove the CRT monitor from OC. See Illustration 2–8.

CRT MONITOR

REMOVING CRT MONITOR


ILLUSTRATION 2–8

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System Power OFF (Continued)


4. Take the top cover at OC off by removing the four screws and four washers. See Illustration 2–9.

SCREW × 4
WASHER × 4

REMOVING OC TOP COVER


ILLUSTRATION 2–9

5. Turn the AC breaker OFF. See Illustration 2–10.

TM1

TM2
FILTER

AC BREAKER

AC BREAKER
ILLUSTRATION 2–10

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Opening the OC Fan Assy and Plasma Display Rear Cover


1. Open the plasma display rear cover by loosening the four screws. See Illustration 2–11.

2. Remove the OC Fan Assy by loosening the four screws. See Illustration 2–11.

SCREWS
PLASMA DISPLAY REAR COVER
SCREWS

OC FAN ASSY

PLASMA DISPLAY REAR COVER AND OC FAN


ILLUSTRATION 2–11

Note
Step 3 (next step) is not needed to perform for MOD Drive Replacement

3. Remove dummy box in OC nest to plasma display by removing two screws. See Illustration 2–12.

DUMMY BOX

PLASMA DISPLAY REAR COVER AND OC FAN


ILLUSTRATION 2–12

2–9 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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Removing the MOD Drive (HITACHI FULL HEIGHT)


1 Disconnect J6 cable (POW 1) from the MOD drive. See Illustration 2–13.

J6 (POW1)

MOD Drive Rear View

MOD Controller Rear View

OC Rear View

MOD DRIVE CABLES


ILLUSTRATION 2–13

2–10 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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Removing the MOD Drive (HITACHI FULL HEIGHT) (Continued)


2 Disconnect cables (CN1, J400, JC1, JC2, J900, J300) from the MOD controller. See Illustration 2–14.

CN1 (SCSI)

J300 (MOD B CABLE)

J900 (POW2)

J400 (MOD C CABLE)

JC1 (MOD A2 CABLE)


JC2 (MOD A1 CABLE)

MOD CONTROLLER TOP VIEW

MOD CONTROLLER CABLES


ILLUSTRATION 2–14

2–11 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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Removing the MOD Drive (HITACHI FULL HEIGHT) (Continued)


3. Disconnect the power cables (CN 32, and CN33) and FAN cables(CN14, CN15) from PS DISTR ASSY.
See Illustration 2–15.

CN20 CN21 CN22 CN23 CN24 CN30 CN31

ÉÉÉ
CN32
CN25 CN26 CN27 CN28 CN29

ÉÉÉ
POW 1

ÉÉÉ
CN33

ÉÉÉ
ÉÉ ÉÉ
POW 2
CN10 CN11 CN13 CN14 CN15 CN16 CN17 CN18 CN19

ÉÉ ÉÉ CN34

ÉÉ
ÉÉÉÉ
ÉÉ
OC FRONT SIDE OC REAR SIDE

FAN ASSY CABLES

PS DISTR

OC FRONT VIEW

PS DISTR ASSY
ILLUSTRATION 2–15

2–12 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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Removing the MOD Drive (HITACHI FULL HEIGHT) (Continued)


3. Loosen the two screws and remove the MOD Drive Assy. See Illustration 2–16.

MOD DRIVE

SCREW
MOD DRIVE

PLASMA DISPLAY REAR COVER AND OC FAN


ILLUSTRATION 2–16

2–13 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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Removing the MOD Drive (HITACHI FULL HEIGHT) (Continued)


4. Take the OD SPRT off from the OC inner side plate by removing the two screws and two washers.
See Illustration 2–17.

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OC INNER SIDE PLATE

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD SPRT
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
WASHER × 2

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
SCREW × 2
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ

OD SPRT IN OC FROM REAR VIEW


ILLUSTRATION 2–17

2–14 OPERATOR CONSOLE


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Removing the MOD Drive (HITACHI FULL HEIGHT) (Continued)


5 Loosen the four screws and remove the MOD controller. See Illustration 2–18.

screws

MOD CONTROLLER TOP VIEW

MOD CONTROLLER
ILLUSTRATION 2–18

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2-2-2 Installing the MOD Drive

MOD Drive (Pioneer Half Height) Jumper Settings


1. Verify that the Jumper pins are not connected at the all bits (bit1 ~ bit 8). See Illustration 2–19.

No jumper pin

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

MOD REAR VIEW

bit1 ~3 : SCSI ID
bit4 : Parity check
bit5 ~ 6 : Spare
bit 7 ~ 8 : Mode changeover

MOD UNIT JUMPER SETTING


ILLUSTRATION 2–19

2. Verify that the SCSI terminate resisters are installed. See Illustration 2–20.

SCSI Terminate Resister

MOD BACK VIEW

MOD UNIT TERMINATOR


ILLUSTRATION 2–20

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MOD Drive (Pioneer Half Height) Installation


1. Install the MOD drive(U0050ZA) to OD BRKT(2113024) with four screws(N9405JS). See Illustration 2–21.

SCREW
N9405JS ( × 4 )

OD BRKT
2113024

MOD DRIVE
U0050ZA

MOD DRIVE & OD BRKT INSTALLATION


ILLUSTRATION 2–21

2. Install the Blind (2113028) to OD BRKT with two screws(N9408ZX) and two washers(N9401WB).
See Illustration 2–22.

MOD CARTRIDGE
BLIND
2113028

WASHER
N9401WB ( × 2 )

SCREW
N9408ZX ( × 2 )

BLIND & OD BRKT INSTALLATION


ILLUSTRATION 2–22

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MOD Drive (Pioneer Half Height) Installation (Continued)


3. Install the OD SPRT (211306) to OC inner side plate with two screws(N9408ZX) and two washers(N9518TM).
See Illustration 2–23.

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OC inner side plate

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD SPRT
2113026

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
WASHER
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
N9518TM ( × 2 )

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
SCREW
N9408ZX ( × 2 )

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD SPRT INSTALLATION TO OC INNER SIDE PLATE
ILLUSTRATION 2–23

4. Set the OD BRKT onto the OD SPRT. See Illustration 2–24.

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ OD BRKT

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD SPRT

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD BRKT SETTING ONTO THE OD SPRT
ILLUSTRATION 2–24

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MOD Drive (Pioneer Half Height) Installation (Continued)


5. Adjust the MOD Assy position so that the MOD Assy fit to the MOD frame. See Illustration 2–25.

MOD Assy MOD Frame

OC FRONT VIEW

MOD ASSY POSITIONING


ILLUSTRATION 2–25

6. Install the OD BRKT UP (2116025) to the OD BRKT with two screws (N9408ZX) and two washers (N9401WB).
See Illustration 2–26.

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
SCREW
OD BRKT UP
N9408ZX

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
2116025

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
WASHER
N9401WB

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ WASHER

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
SCREW
N9401WB
N9408ZX

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD BRKT

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD SPRT IN OC FROM REAR VIEW
ILLUSTRATION 2–26

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MOD Drive (Pioneer Half Height) Installation (Continued)


7. Assemble the FAN SPRT (2113027), FAN ASSY(P9321JR), and FINGER GUARD(U0620AM) using
four spacer(N9903YA) and four screws(N9901YA). See Illustration 2–27.

FAN ASSY
P9321JR

FINGER GUARD
U0620AM

SPACER
N9903YA ( × 4 )

FAN SPRT
2113027

SCREW
N9991YA ( × 4 )

FAN ASSEMBLY
ILLUSTRATION 2–27

8. Install the FAN to the OD BRKT using three screws(N9408ZX), one screw(N9306ZX), and two
washers(N9461WB). See Illustration 2–28.

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
SCREW
N9408ZX

SCREW
N9408ZX ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
WASHER
N9461WB( × 2 )
SCREW
N9306ZX SCREW
N9408ZX ( × 2 )

FAN INSTALLATION TO THE OD BRKT


ILLUSTRATION 2–28

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MOD Drive (Pioneer Half Height) Installation (Continued)


9. Connect the cables to MOD and PS DISTR. See Illustration 2–29~ 2–31.

10. Save and recall data from the newly installed MOD to confirm that it is operating properly.

FAN CABLE (THIS CABLE IS CONNECTED TO FAN ASSY)

MOD POW1 CABLE (P9151RM)

POWER CONNECTOR CN32 CN14

PS DISTR
MOD DRIVE
(See Illustration 5–12 (See Illustration 5–13
on Page 5–7) on Page 5–8)

CN1
SCSI CABLE
FAN (2114565)
CN4

SCSI ASSY

CABLE CONNECTION BLOCK DIAGRAM


ILLUSTRATION 2–29

Note
For MOD Replacement procedure, reuse the MOD POW1 cable (P9151RM).

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MOD Drive (Pioneer Half Height) Installation (Continued)

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
SCSI CABLE

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
MOD POW1 CABLE

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
CABLE CONNECTION TO THE MOD
ILLUSTRATION 2–30

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MOD Drive (Pioneer Half Height) Installation (Continued)

CN20 CN21 CN22 CN23 CN24 CN30 CN31

MOD POW 1 CABLE

ÉÉÉ
CN32
CN25 CN26 CN27 CN28 CN29

ÉÉÉ
CN33

ÉÉ
CN10 CN11 CN13 CN14 CN15 CN16 CN17 CN18 CN19
FAN ASSY CABLE
ÉÉ CN34

ÉÉ
ÉÉ
OC FRONT SIDE OC REAR SIDE

PS DISTR

OC FRONT VIEW

PS DISTR ASSY
ILLUSTRATION 2–31

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MOD Drive (HITACHI) Jumper Setting


1. Set J1 at MOD Drive as Illustration 2–32.

1 2

J1

19 20

Set by maker. Do not change these jumper.

JUMPER ON
MOD REAR VIEW

MOD DRIVE JUMPER SETTING


ILLUSTRATION 2–32

2. Set JP1 and JP4 at MOD controller as Illustration 2–33.

JP4 3
2
1

3 JP1
2
1

Set by maker. Do not change these jumper.

JUMPER ON

MOD CONTROLLER TOP VIEW

MOD CONTROLLER JUMPER SETTING


ILLUSTRATION 2–33

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MOD Drive (HITACHI) Installation


1. Remove the OD BRKT from OD SPRT by loosening one screw. See Illustration 2–34.

OD BRKT

OD SPRT

OD BRKT SETTING ONTO THE OD SPRT


ILLUSTRATION 2–34

2. Install the OD SPRT to OC inner side plate using two washer and two screws. See illustration 2–35.

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OC INNER SIDE PLATE

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD SPRT
P9321FE

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
SCREW
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
N9408LK ( × 2 )

ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD SPRT INSTALLATION TO OC INNER SIDE PLATE
ILLUSTRATION 2–35

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MOD Drive (HITACHI) Installation (Continued)


3. Set the OD BRKT onto the OD SPRT. See Illustration 2–36.

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD BRKT

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ OD SPRT

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD BRKT SETTING ONTO THE OD SPRT
ILLUSTRATION 2–36

4. Adjust the MOD Assy position so that the MOD Assy fit to the MOD frame. See Illustration 2–37.

MOD Assy

OC FRONT VIEW

MOD ASSY POSITIONING


ILLUSTRATION 2–37

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MOD Drive (HITACHI) Installation (Continued)


5. Install the OD BRKT UP (2116025) to the OD BRKT with two screws (N9408ZX) and two washers (N9401WB).
See Illustration 2–38.

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
LOOSEN THIS SCREW AND ADJUST
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD BRKT
THE OD BRKT POSITION.

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
WASHER
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
N9401WB

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
SCREW
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
N9408ZX

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ OD SPRT

ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
ÍÍÍÍÍÍ
OD SPRT IN OC FROM REAR VIEW
ILLUSTRATION 2–38

6. Install the MOD Controller as Illustration 2–39.

SCREWS

MOD CONTROLLER ASSY

MOD CONTROLLER
ILLUSTRATION 2–39

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MOD Drive (HITACHI) Installation (Continued)


7. Connect the cables to MOD Drive, MOD Controller, and PS DISTR. See Illustration 2–40 ~ 2–43.

8. Save and recall data from the newly installed MOD to confirm that it is operating properly.

UPPER FAN CABLE (THIS CABLE IS CONNECTED TO FAN ASSY)


LOWER FAN CABLE (THIS CABLE IS CONNECTED TO FAN ASSY)
MOD POW2 CABLE (P9151RM)

MOD POW1 CABLE


FAN (P9151RM)
J1 J900 CN32 CN33 CN14 CN15
J2 J300
MOD B CABLE MOD
CONTROLLER
MOD DRIVE J1 (P9151RK)
J400 PS DISTR
(Refer to Illustration 5–23 MOD C CABLE
(Refer to Illustration 5–24
on Page 5–14) (Refer to Illustration 5–25
(P9151RL) on Page 5–14)
on Page 5–15)
JC2 JC6
MOD A1 CABLE

JC1 (P9151RP) JA4 J100


MOD A2 CABLE
FAN (P9151RP)
SCSI CABLE (P9511RJ)

CN4

SCSI ASSY

CABLE CONNECTION BLOCK DIAGRAM


ILLUSTRATION 2–40

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MOD Drive (HITACHI) Installation (Continued)

JB6 (MOD A1 CABLE)

JA6 (POW1)

J1(MOD C)

JA4 (MOD A2)


J2 (MOD B)

MOD DRIVE REAR VIEW


MOD DRIVE CABLES
ILLUSTRATION 2–41

J100 (SCSI)

J300 (MOD B CABLE)

J900 (POW2) J400 (MOD C CABLE)

JC1 (MOD A2 CABLE) JC2 (MOD A1 CABLE)

MOD CONTROLER TOP VIEW

MOD CONTROLLER CABLES


ILLUSTRATION 2–42

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MOD Drive (HITACHI) Installation (Continued)

CN20 CN21 CN22 CN23 CN24 CN30 CN31

ÉÉÉ
CN32

ÉÉÉ
CN25 CN26 CN27 CN28 CN29
MOD POW 1 CABLE

ÉÉÉ
CN33

ÉÉ ÉÉ ÉÉÉ
MOD POW 2 CABLE
CN10 CN11 CN13 CN14 CN15 CN16 CN17 CN18 CN19

ÉÉ ÉÉ CN34

ÉÉ ÉÉ
ÉÉÉÉ
OC FRONT SIDE OC REAR SIDE
FAN ASSY CABLE

PS DISTR

OC FRONT VIEW

PS DISTR ASSY
ILLUSTRATION 2–43

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MOD Drive (HITACHI HALF HEIGHT) Jumper Settings

Normal Jumper Setting

SCSI CONNECTOR

1 19

2 20

SCSI Address 20

SCSI Address 21
SCSI Address 22

WRITE CACHE SETTING

WRITE WITH VERIFY DISABLE

REMOVABLE MEDIA REPORT

DEVICE TYPE REPORT

TERMINATOR POWER

TERMINATOR POWER

TERMINATOR (FOR SINGLE–END SCSI)

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MOD Drive (HITACHI HALF HEIGHT) Jumper Settings

2 16
JP1
1 15
JP2 JP1
JP3

2 16
JP2
1 15

2 16
JP3
1 15

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MOD Drive (HITACHI HALF HEIGHT) Installation


1. Remove the one screw/washer and upper suppert from a new half–height MOD Assy.

Screw/washer

Upper
support

Half–Height
MOD

2. Install the new MOD Assy (half height) to the OC, and fix it using 2 screws/wasers.
Tighen the screws securely.

Half–Height
MOD

Screws/washers

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MOD Drive (HITACHI HALF HEIGHT) Installation (Continued)


3. Install the upper support to the OC frame using one screw/washer, then fix the support using one washer/screw
(hex head) to the MOD.

4. Verify that the fan filter is installed with its arrow mark facing to the fan.

Screw (hex head) /washer


(Install them next.) Screw/washer
(Install them first.)

FAN FILTER
(Arrow mark)

5. Remove the mesh cover under the MOD, then disconnect the SCSI cable from the board.

Mesh cover SCSI cable (50 pins)

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MOD Drive (HITACHI HALF HEIGHT) Installation (Continued)


6. Connect the followings to the new half–height MOD.

D JA6 (CN101) MOD Power

D SCSI cable (50 pins)

Fan power cable

SCSI cable (50 pins)

JA6 (CN101) MOD Power

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MOD Drive (HITACHI HALF HEIGHT) Installation (Continued)


7. Connect the fan power cable to the CN15 of the PS DISTR.

CN20 CN21 CN22 CN23 CN24 CN30 CN31

CN32
CN25 CN26 CN27 CN28 CN29

CN33

É
CN10 CN11 CN13 CN14 CN15 CN16 CN17 CN18 CN19

É CN34

É
É
OC FRONT SIDE OC REAR SIDE
FAN ASSY CABLE

PS DISTR

OC FRONT VIEW

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MOD Drive (HITACHI HALF HEIGHT) Installation (Continued)

FAN CABLE (THIS CABLE IS CONNECTED TO FAN ASSY)

MOD POWER CABLE (REUSE) CN15


POWER CONNECTOR CN32

PS DISTR
MOD DRIVE

SCSI
SCSI CABLE
(REUSE)
FAN
CN4

SCSI ASSY

8. Adjust the MOD Assy position so that the MOD Assy fit to the MOD frame.

MOD Frame MOD Assy

OC FRONT VIEW

9. Save and recall data from the newly installed MOD to confirm that it is operating properly.

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TABLE/GANTRY
COMPONENT REPLACEMENT

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION PAGE

SECTION 1 – GANTRY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1

SLIP RING and SLIP RING BRUSH are described in ‘SLIP RING
MAINTENANCE MANUAL : 2154943’.

1-1 FRONT COVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1


1-2 BACK COVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–4
1-3 TILT POTENTIOMETER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–5
1-4 TILT SOLENOID VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–14
1-5 HYDRAULIC CYLINDER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–18
1-6 GANTRY TILT OIL PUMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–25
1-7 STRR (STRR2), TMR BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–29
1-8 SERVO AMPLIFIER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–31
1-9 GANTRY PUMP (FILLING) LUBRICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–33
1-10 SLIP RING YEARLY MAIN BEARING GREASE–UP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–34
1-11 COLLIMATOR FILTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–38
1-12 APERTURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–40
1-13 DTRE ASSY (FOR GANTRY 2137XXX, 2123XXX, 2117XXX ONLY) . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–41
1-14 TGP BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–47
1-15 STRS BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–48
1-16 SERVO MOTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–49
1-17 REPLACEMENT FROM QJ TUBE TO NP TUBE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–57
1-18 AXIAL DRIVE BELT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–66
1-19 GANTRY ROTATION COUNTER (2310012) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–70

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SECTION 2 – TABLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–1


2-1 BOTTOM COVERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–1
2-2 SIDE COVERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–3
2-3 CRADLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–5
2-4 CRADLE POTENTIOMETER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–6
2-5 HEIGHT POTENTIOMETER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–9
2-6 TABLE SOLENOID VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–13
2-7 PRESSURE RELIEF (SPEED CONTROL) VALV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–23
2-8 TABLE HYDRAULIC CYLINDER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–24
2-9 TABLE UPPER STRUCTURAL FRAME AND SUPPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–33
2-10 TABLE PUMP SAFETY FUSE (FOR TABLE P9185AB/AF/AG ONLY) . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–36
2-11 TABLE PUMP (FILLING) LUBRICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–38
2-12 TABLE OIL PUMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–43
2-13 TABLE PUMP CAPACITOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–48
2-14 HEAD HOLDER RUBBER SHEET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–50

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SLIP RING and SLIP RING BRUSH are described in ‘SLIP RING
MAINTENANCE MANUAL : 2154943’.

NOTE
Remove the right side cover(viewed from the table) before removing the other covers. If the right
side cover is removed the side safety switch is triggered and the Gantry can not rotate. To allow the
Gantry to rotate, attach the bracket as shown in illustration 1–1.

NOTE
Always disengage the bracket before returning the Right Cover.

SAFETY SWITCHES (3)

FRONT VIEW FROM TABLE

BRACKET

SAFETY SWITCHES
ILLUSTRATION 1–1

1-1 FRONT COVER

Special Equipment

D Dolly

D Support Studs

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1-1-1 Removal of Front Cover

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the 0_ position and lower the table to its lowest position.

3 Switch OFF the OC power and the “Rotate”, “XG” and ”Table/Tilt” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4 Remove the two screws that fasten each gantry side cover to the frame and remove the left and right side covers.

5 Screw the two support studs into each side of the gantry front cover. Attach the service angles to the support
studs. (2 Studs per side)

6 Remove the two long screws (Indicated by a on the Gantry) which fasten the front cover to the gantry frame.
(2 screws per side)

7 Slightly disengage the Gantry front cover and disconnect the Display, Emergency SW and Gantry Operating SW
connections from the Gantry front cover.

8 Connect the Gantry Operating SW and the Display connectors to the inner Gantry Display board. Connect the
Emergency SW connector to the inner Emergency SW (the brown connector beside the Gantry Panel SW).
Refer to illustration 1–2.

9 Support one side of the front cover, lift,and pivot it as shown in illustration 1–3.

10 END

SERVICE SW

DISPLAY CONNECTOR

OPERATING SW

CONNECTOR

EMERGENCY SW CONNECTOR
EMERGENCY SW
SERVICE SW CONNECTION
ILLUSTRATION 1–2

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GANTRY COVER REMOVAL


ILLUSTRATION 1–3

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the 0_ position and lower the table to its lowest position.

3 Switch OFF the OC power and the “Rotate”, “XG” and ”Table/Tilt” switches on the Gantry rear base.

4 Perform Step 9 through Step 4 of section1–1–1 in their reverse order.

5 END

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1-2 BACK COVER

Special Equipment

D Dolly

D Support Studs

1-2-1 Removal of Rear Cover

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the 0_ position.

3 Switch OFF the OC power and the “Rotate”, “XG” and ”Table/Tilt” switches on the Gantry rear base.

4 Remove the two screws that fasten each gantry side cover to the frame and remove the left and right side covers.

5 Screw the two support studs into each side of the gantry rear cover.

6 Attach the service angles to the support studs (2 per side).

7 Remove the two long screws (Indicated by a on the Gantry) which fasten the rear cover to the gantry frame
on both sides.

8 Slightly disengage the Back Cover.

9 Disconnect the MIC and X–RAY ON LED connectors, then remove the rear cover.

10 END

1-2-2 Installation of Rear Cover

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the 0_ position.

3 Switch OFF the OC power and the “Rotate”, “XG” and ”Table/Tilt” switches on the Gantry rear base.

4 Perform Step 9 through Step 3 of section 1–2–1 in their reverse order.

5 END

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Special Equipment

D Tilt Potentiometer

D DVM (Digital Volt Meter)

D Tiewraps

D Dolly/Support Studs

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the 0_ position.

3 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG”, and “Table/Tilt” switches on the rear base of the Gantry.

4 Remove the Front cover of the Gantry.

5 Switch ON the “Table/Tilt” switch.

6 Tilt the Gantry to the FWD 25_+0.5_ position; use a clinometer placed under the collimator to measure the angle.

7 Switch OFF the “Table/Tilt” switch.

8 Turn OFF the Servo Amp breaker.

9 Disconnect connector CN11 from the TGP Board.

10 Remove the tilt potentiometer cover, 3 screws. The potentiometer’s location is shown in illustration 1–4.

DISPLAY

TILT POTENTIOMETER

TILT POTENTIOMETER LOCATION


ILLUSTRATION 1–4

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ANGLE BRACKET

TABLE SIDE ARM

TILT POTENTIOMETER

COUPLING

COUPLING
SCREWS A COUPLING SET NUT
SCREWS B

1
2
3
4
CN11

MEASURE RESISTANCE BE-


TWEEN
PIN 2 AND PIN 3

TILT POTENTIOMETER
ILLUSTRATION 1–5

11 Cut the tie wrap securing the wires leading to the Tilt Potentiometer.

12 Loosen the two coupling screws on the potentiometer side labeled ”B” in illustration 1–5.

13 Loosen the set nut and then remove the Tilt Potentiometer Assy together with its nuts, wires, and washer. (The
wires must be fed down from the TGP board.)

14 Install the new Tilt Potentiometer Assy to the angle bracket using the nuts and washers from the old Tilt Poten-
tiometer.

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15 Fix the two coupling screws labeled ”B”, then loosen the two coupling screws labeled ”A” in illustration 1–5.

16 Attach a DVM between Pin 2 and Pin 3 of connector CN11 and measure the total resistance.
Rotate the coupling until the DVM value is 250 W +/- 30 W. Tighten the two ”A” coupling screws.

17 Attach a DVM between Pin 2 and Pin 3 of connector CN11 again and measure the total resistance. If the resis-
tance is not 250 W +/- 30 W, then loosen the coupling screws and repeat step 16

18 Feed the new CN11 connector up the outboard side of the Gantry frame and connect it to the TGP Board.

19 Switch ON the “Table/Tilt” switches.

20 Tilt the Gantry from the FWD 25_ to the BWD 25_ position, and verify that Tilt POT rotates smoothly.

21 Install the Tilt Potentiometer cover with its 3 screws.

22 Turn ON the Servo Amp breaker.

23 Perform T0, TG Adjustment. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Tilt Operation, Tilt Angle.)

24 END

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- Potentiometer Wire Replacement


1 Remove the Gantry side and front covers.

2 Turn ON the Control Switch on the rear Gantry base.

3 Turn ON the Service Switch on the SUB Board.

4 Rotate the Gantry by hand to 270 degree tube position.

5 Insert the azimuth lock pin.

6 Turn OFF the Service Switch.

7 Remove the Tilt Potentiometer cover at left inner side of the by removing 3 screws.

TILT POTENTIOMETER COVER

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- Potentiometer Wire Replacement


8 Remove the potentiometer unit from the support bracket by removing two screws:

SUP-
PORT
BRACK-
ET

SCREWS

9 Loosen four Allen screws on the coupling, slide the coupling to the right, then remove the pulley:

ALLEN SCREWS

PULLEY

10 Remove the old wire from the pulley.

11 Cut the tilt potentiometer wire (new) to the length of 1.8 meter.

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- Potentiometer Wire Replacement


12 Pass the wire through the pulley, so that the both sides have same length of wire, as shown in the illustration
below.

SAME LENGTH

13 Wind the potentiometer wire at the right side of the pulley, 4.5 turns clockwise viewed from the right.

TURN THIS PULLEY 4.5 TURNS CW.

14 Wind the potentiometer wire at the left side of the pulley, 4.5 turns counterclockwise viewed from the right.

TURN THIS PULLEY 4.5 TURNS CCW.

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- Potentiometer Wire Replacement


15 Attach an adhesive tape in location opposite to the wire passing holes, in order to avoid loosening the wire.

WIRE PASSING HOLE

ADHESIVE TAPE

16 Install the pulley to the potentiometer unit, taking care not to loosen the wire. The adhesive tape location of the
pulley must be placed at the bottom.

17 Before tightening the coupling Allen screws, rotate the potentiometer shaft fully clockwise, then five turns coun-
terclockwise. This assures that the potentiometer rotation is at the middle.

18 Install the potentiometer unit to the support bracket, in the upper most position.

19 Pass the wire through the holes at the Gantry frame, always taking care not to rotate the pulley.

HOLE HOLE

MOST UPPER POSITION

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- Potentiometer Wire Replacement


20 Pass the wire through the washer:

21 Pass the wire through the pipe twice, making one turn:

22 Position the pipe against the Gantry frame wire hole securing by the finger, assure that the wire is taut, then se-
cure the pipe by finger and tighten the wire pulling it firmly.

23 Repeat the steps 19 through 22 for the other side of Gantry frame wire hole.

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- Potentiometer Wire Replacement


24 Push down the potentiometer unit to make the wires more taut, then tighten the unit securing screws:

25 Remove the adhesive tape.

26 Install the potentiometer cover.

27 Remove the azimuth lock pin.

28 Perform T0, TG adjustment. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Tilt Operation, Tilt Angle.)

29 Install the front and side covers of the Gantry.

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1-4 TILT SOLENOID VALVE

Special Equipment

D Tilt Solenoid Valve Assy

D Variable Jig/Shipping Lock

D Sealing Tape (PTFE)

D Dolly/Support Studs

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the 0_ position and lower the table to the lowest position.

3 Power OFF the ”Rotate” and ”XG” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4 Remove the Gantry Front and both side covers.

5 Turn OFF the servo amp breaker.

6 Turn ON the Service switch located on the left side of the TGP board.

7 Rotate the Gantry by hand (CW) to the position shown in illustration 1–6 and insert the Azimuth lock pin.

8 Turn OFF the service switch beside the TGP board.

9 Lock the Gantry from tilting using the shipping locks (zero degree tilt). If the cylinders are not fully functional
proceed according to the following trouble situation chart.

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A. FWD Tilt not possible (BWD Tilt possible)

Current Position Perform procedure


Tilt Angle : 0 ~ FWD 25_ Tilt BWD to 0_ tilt and lock using the shipping locks (both sides).

Tilt Angle : 0 ~ BWD 9.5_ Perform tilt lock using the variable jig as shown in illustration A (both sides).
Tilt Angle : BWD 9.5_ ~ Perform the following procedures for both sides:
BWD 25_ a. Raise the Table to the upper limit.
b. Tilt BWD to 25_.
c. Set the DIP SW T3 (location 3S) to the up position on the TGP board.
(This setting disables the tilt interlock function.)
d. Tilt the Gantry until it reaches the BWD mechanical stopper to be
locked.
Perform this carefully, since the interlock function will not work.

B. BWD Tilt not possible (FWD Tilt possible)

Current Position Perform procedure

Tilt Angle : FWD 25_~ Perform tilt lock using the variable jig as shown in illustration B (both sides).
BWD 9.5_

Tilt Angle : BWD 9.5_ ~ Tilt FWD to within BWD 9.5_, and then perform tilt lock using the variable jig
BWD 25_ as shown in illustration B (both sides).

VARIABLE JIG VARIABLE JIG

ILLUSTRATION A ILLUSTRATION B

10 Power OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch at Gantry rear base.

11 Remove the bottom screen from the Gantry(Six screws). Refer to illustration 1–6.

12 Remove the solenoid valve cover, two screws.

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13 Remove the four A screws and the solenoid valve box from the Gantry front base. (Illustration 1–6)

14 Remove the hoses, adapter and joint from the solenoid valve. (Illustration 1–7)

SOLENOID VALVE ASSY SOLENOID VALVE BOX


A

A
BOTTOM SCREEN

SOLENOID VALVE

B
B

SOLENOID VALVE
ILLUSTRATION 1–6

15 Remove the two B screws and the solenoid valve from the solenoid valve box. (Illustration 1–6)

16 Unscrew the wires leading from the old tilt solenoid valve.

17 Close all four solenoid valves by turning them fully in the S direction (CW).

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(A) (B)

TO LEFT CYLINDER TO RIGHT CYLINDER

LEFT RIGHT
JOINT
S F
BWD (R)
F S FROM THE PUMP
S F
FWD
ADAPTER
F S
(P)

SOLENOID VALVE TO THE PUMP

SOLENOID VALVE CONNECTIONS


ILLUSTRATION 1–7

18 Transfer the hose joints from the old tilt solenoid valve to the new tilt solenoid valve using sealing tape.

Note
Put sealing tape onto the PT screw only. When applying sealing tape, wrap the tape about one and
a half times in the opposite direction of the thread.

PF SCREW PT SCREW

19 Close all four new solenoid valves by turning them fully in the S direction (CW).

20 Attach the new solenoid valve by performing steps 16 to 11 in their reverse order.

21 Power ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch at the Gantry base.

22 Verify the operation of the tilt solenoid valve using the FWD and BWD buttons.

23 Remove the shipping locks.

24 Turn ON the servo amp breaker.

25 Adjust the tilt speed. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Tilt Operation, Tilt Speed.)

26 Install the Gantry covers.

27 END

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1-5 HYDRAULIC CYLINDER

Special Equipment

D Hydraulic Cylinder Assy


D Oil (Z9807QD)
D Receptacle (refer to Step 14 and illustration 1–11)
D Sealing Tape (PTFE)
D Variable Jig/Shipping Lock
D Tie wraps
D Dolly/Shipping Studs

WARNING!
CRASH HAZARD! DO NOT ADJUST THE THROTTLE DIALS OF THE SOLENOID VALVE OR
REPLACE BOTH CYLINDERS TOGETHER AT THE SAME TIME.

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.
2 Move the Gantry to the 0_ position and lower the table to its lowest position.
3 Power OFF the ”Rotate”and ”XG” switches on the rear Gantry base.
4 Remove all Gantry covers(Front, rear and both sides).
5 Switch OFF the Servo Amp breaker.
6 Move the table to approximately the –150 mm position.

BRACKET

ROD END

CYLINDER

SHIPPING LOCK
SHIPPING LOCK

PIVOT

TILT CYLINDER LOCATION


ILLUSTRATION 1–8

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7 Lock the Gantry from tilting using the shipping locks, Illustration 1–8. If the cylinders are not fully functional pro-
ceed according to the following trouble situation chart.

A. FWD Tilt not possible (BWD Tilt possible)

Current Position Perform procedure

Tilt Angle : 0 ~ FWD 25 Tilt the Gantry BWD to 0_ and lock it using the shipping locks (both sides).
Lock the Gantry tilt using the variable jig at both sides as shown in the
Tilt Angle : 0 ~ BWD 25
Illustration A.

B. BWD Tilt not possible

Current Position Perform procedure

Tilt Angle : 0 ~ FWD 25 Lock the Gantry tilt using the variable jig at both sides as shown in the
Illustration A.
Tilt Angle : 0 ~ BWD 25 Tilt the Gantry to 0_ if possible, then lock the Gantry tilt using the variable jig
at both sides as shown in the Illustration B.

VARIABLE JIG VARIABLE JIG

ILLUSTRATION A ILLUSTRATION B

8 Power OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch at the Gantry rear base.

9 Cut the three tie wraps holding the oil hoses to the inboard (inside) side of the Gantry side frame.

10 Remove the double nuts holding the cylinder in place at both ends (illustration 1–9) and pull free the Cylinder
assembly.

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SUPPORT BRACKET

DOUBLE NUT

HOSE NUT

DOUBLE NUT

HOSE NUT

TILT CYLINDER NUT LOCATIONS


ILLUSTRATION 1–9

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11 Remove the oil input and output hoses by unscrewing the hose nuts shown in illustration 1–9.

Note
When removing the oil hoses, keep the input (bottom inlet) hose vertical so that no oil drips out of
it. Any oil which drips out will be replaced by air which will enter the new cylinder during reinstallation.

12 Remove the two elbow joints, one from each end, and wrap sealing tape around the ends which are screwed
into the cylinder. These elbows will be attached to the new cylinder later.

Note
When wrapping sealing tape around the elbow joints, the tape should be wrapped about one and
a half times in the opposite direction of the threads.

13 Remove the rod end from the old cylinder and attach it to the new cylinder as shown in illustration 1–10.

12 < < 14

ROD END

FIX NUT

HYDRAULIC CYLINDER ROD END


ILLUSTRATION 1–10

14 Fill a clean receptacle with enough Oil (Z9807QD) to cover the end of the cylinder as shown in illustration 1–11.
Place the oil input end of the cylinder assembly into the oil and pull the rod end so as to suck oil into the cylinder.
Stop when the length of the cylinder assembly is about 4 cm longer than the distance needed to reach from the
holding pivot to the support bracket.

15 Turn the cylinder around so that the input end is pointing skyward and wait 1~2 minutes for any air to settle to
the top.

16 Push the rod end into the cylinder while holding the cylinder firmly. A mixture of air and oil should come out of
the skyward hole. Continue until only oil comes out and all air is removed from the cylinder.

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AIR HOLE

ÉÉÉÉÉÉ
ÉÉÉÉÉÉ
ÉÉÉÉÉÉ
OIL

TILT CYLINDER OIL FILLING PROCEDURE


ILLUSTRATION 1–11

17 Attach the elbow joints removed from the old cylinder to the new cylinder.

18 Attach the two oil hoses to the new cylinder.

19 Rest the cylinder on the pivot support and open the air hole by rotating it CCW approximately three times.

Note
Do not unscrew the air hole screw. Simply turning it approximately three times is sufficient for it to
allow air or oil to escape.

20 Push down on the rod end until the cylinder assembly fits neatly into the bracket and the pivot. A firm force will
be required to push the rod end down and force the excess oil to drip out of the air hole.

21 Close the air hole by rotating its plug CW fully.

22 Connect all oil hoses to the Cylinder. (see illustration1–9).

23 Perform air bleeding. Refer to 1-5-1 Air Bleeding.

24 Attach the cylinder assembly and secure it with the double nuts at both the pivot and the bracket ends (see illus-
tration 1–8 and 1–9).

25 Fasten the oil hoses to the inboard (inside) side of the Gantry side base with tie wraps (3).

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26 Tilt the Gantry FWD 25 degrees and verify that it operates smoothly.

27 Remove the shipping locks and any residual oil left on the cylinder.

28 Tilt the Gantry BWD 25 degrees and verify that the operation is smooth.

29 Perform a T0, TG Tilt adjustment. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Tilt Operation, Tilt Angle.)

30 Switch ON the Servo Amp breaker.

31 Perform a Tilt Speed Adjustment. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Tilt Operation, Tilt Speed.)

32 END

1-5-1 Air Bleeding


Air bleeding from the cylinder can be performed:

D With all of the oil hoses connected to the cylinder.

D With the cylinder (to be adjusted) removed from the Gantry frames.

In addition, this procedures must be performed whenever the cylinder is replaced.

1 Verify that all of the oil hoses are connected to the cylinder.

2 Remove the Gantry inner bottom meshed plate with its stays, by removing the six hex screws.

3 Remove the cover of the hydraulic valve adjusters (two screws).

SIX HEX SCREWS

ÉÉÉÉ
MESHED COVER

ÉÉÉÉ
PLATE

GANTRY BASE

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1-5-1 Air Bleeding (Continued)

- For Left Cylinder


4 Rotate the two adjusters (LEFT – BWD and LEFT – FWD) for the left cylinder to the F direction (open) until
surface of the adjuster head and adjuster base is aligned.

5 Rotate the two adjusters (RIGHT – BWD and RIGHT – FWD) for the right cylinder to the S direction (close)
until they stop.

LEFT RIGHT
F : FAST (valve is opened.)
S F S : SLOW (valve is closed.)
BWD
ALIGNED

F S BASE

S F ADJUSTER
FWD ADJUSTER BASE

F S

6 While handing the cylinder with its rod side down, press and hold the [FWD] button of the Gantry panel switch
until the rod is fully extracted.

7 Place the cylinder with the air hole facing up and with the cylinder tilted in approx. 60_.

8 Using a hex–head wrench, loosen the air valve in one turn. (Do not remove it.) Then move the wrench up and
down with it inserted into the air valve to vibrate the valve and bleed air.

PLACE THE CYLINDER WITH AIR


VALVE FACING UP. MOVE A
WRENCH TO VI-
BRATE THE
VALVE AND
BLEED AIR.

AIR VALVE

OIL WITH AIR

9 Verify that oil with air appears from air valve.

10 Tighten the air valve securely.

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1-5-1 Air Bleeding (Continued)


11 While pressing and holding the [BWD] button of the Gantry panel switch, shorten the cylinder rod by hand.

12 Repeat steps 6 to 11 twice or three times.

- For Right Cylinder


13 Rotate the two adjusters (RIGHT – BWD and RIGHT – FWD) for the left cylinder to the F direction (open)
until surface of the adjuster head and adjuster base is aligned.

14 Rotate the two adjusters (LEFT – BWD and LEFT – FWD) for the right cylinder to the S direction (close) until
they stop.

15 Repeat steps 6 to 12

1-6 GANTRY TILT OIL PUMP

Special Equipment

D Tilt Oil Pump

D Oil (Z9807QD)

D Sealing Tape (PTFE)

D Dolly/Shipping Studs

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the home position.

3 Switch OFF the ”Rotate” and ”XG” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4 Remove the rear and both side Gantry covers.

5 Raise the table to about the –150 position.

6 Tilt the Gantry to the 25_ BWD position.

7 Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch at the Gantry rear base.

8 Unscrew the six screws from the pump top cover at the Gantry rear base and remove the top cover (Illustra-
tion 1–12).

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TILT PUMP BACK PLATE


(BACK SIDE)

DUCT COVER

TILT PUMP TOP COVER

GANTRY REAR FRAME


ILLUSTRATION 1–12

CAPACITOR FOR OIL PUMP


GANTRY REAR SWITCHES

EARTH PLATE

GANTRY REAR TOP VIEW


GANTRY REAR BASE
ILLUSTRATION 1–13

9 Unscrew the six screws from the duct cover at the Gantry rear base and remove the duct cover.

CAUTION

Shock hazard. A live current runs through the rear duct terminal of each switch. Do NOT
touch the terminals directly or indirectly (see illustration 1–13).

10 Disconnect the power cable connector and capacitor from the Oil Pump at the Gantry rear base. (Illustra-
tion 1–13)

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1-6 GANTRY TILT OIL PUMP (Continued)


11 Remove the Ground cable from the Oil Pump. (Illustration 1–15)

12 Remove the two bottom screws holding down the pump box. Their location is shown in illustration 1–14.

PUMP BOX TOP VIEW


BACK PLATE

INDICATES
PLATE AND SCREWS
TO BE REMOVED

SCREWS

PUMP BOX
ILLUSTRATION 1–14

13 Remove the back plate from the pump box. It should be possible to move the box to access the four screws
since the bottom screws were removed in step 12

14 Remove the two oil hoses from the pump by loosening the nuts from the elbow joints. The set nut must be loos-
ened first. (Illustration 1–15)

15 Transfer the two elbow joints from the old pump to the new one. Use sealing tape when attaching the joints to
the new pump.

Note
When applying sealing tape to elbow joints wrap the tape about one and a half times in the opposite
direction of the thread.

16 Remove the four mounting bolts (torque : 150 kg.cm) and take the old pump out of the pump box.

17 Mount the new pump assy into the pump box and fasten it with the four mounting bolts (torque : 150 kg.cm).

18 Perform steps 14 to 10 in their reverse order.

19 Pour 550cc of oil into the new oil pump. Refer to section 1-9 GANTRY PUMP LUBRICATION of this manual.

20 Switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch at the Gantry rear base.

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1-6 GANTRY TILT OIL PUMP (Continued)

DISCONNECT THIS NUT

ELBOW JOINT

POURING SCREW
(LARGE SIZE)

AIR ESCAPE SCREW


(SMALL SIZE)

GND CABLE

ELBOW JOINT

DISCONNECT THIS NUT

LOOSEN SET NUT

GANTRY PUMP CONNECTIONS


ILLUSTRATION 1–15

21 Tilt the Gantry to the FWD limit tilt position.

22 Tilt the Gantry to the BWD limit tilt position.

23 Repeat steps 21 and 22 a few times to remove any air in the Pump or Cylinder.

24 Install the pump top cover (six screws).

25 Install the duct cover (six screws).

26 Perform a T0, TG Tilt adjustment. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Tilt Operation, Tilt Angle.)

27 Perform a Tilt Speed Adjustment. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Tilt Operation, Tilt Speed.)

28 Install the rear and both side Gantry covers.

29 Switch ON the ”Rotate” and ”XG” switches at the Gantry base.

30 END

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1-7 STRR (STRR2), TMR BOARD

Special Equipment

D STRR or STRR2 Board, TMR Board


Gantry 2137xxx, 2123xxx, 2117xxx has no STRR or STRR2 board.

D Dolly/Support Studs

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the home position and lower the table to the lowest position.

3 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Slip Ring115V” switches at the Gantry base.

4 Remove all the Gantry covers (front, rear and both sides).

TMR BOARD

STRR
BOARD
(STRR2
board)

GANTRY REAR VIEW

STRR AND TMR BOARD POSITIONS


ILLUSTRATION 1–16

5 Switch OFF the Servo Amp. breaker.

6 Switch ON the Service SW and rotate the Gantry to access each board.

7 Remove the four nuts and the back side cover which each board exists on. (Illustration 1–17)

8 Remove the connectors and replace each board.

Note
D TMR board : NO cable
D STRR board : Three connectors and two wires

9 Perform steps 8 to 2 in their reverse order.

10 END

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1-7 STRR (STRR2), TMR BOARD (Continued)

SEE DETAIL ”A”

BACK COVER

GANTRY FRONT VIEW(RIGHT SIDE)

FOUR NUTS

DETAIL ”A”

STRR AND TMR BACK COVER POSITION


ILLUSTRATION 1–17

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1-8 SERVO AMPLIFIER

Special Equipment

D Servo Amplifier Assy

D Long Phillips (plus) Screwdriver (Number 2,10–12 inch shaft)

D Tie wraps

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG”, and ”Table/Tilt” switches on the rear Gantry base.

3 Turn OFF the power from the OC.

4 Remove both side covers.

5 Turn OFF the Servo Amp breaker.

6 Label and remove the wires attached to terminal strip ”TB ” of the Servo Amplifier, except for those marked
with lower case r and s. Refer to illustration 1–18.

7 Disconnect the three ground wires.

8 Disconnect the two cable connectors from CN1 and CN2.

Note
Before disconnecting CN1 and CN2, loosen the locking screws (see illustration 1–18 ).

9 Remove the amplifier by unscrewing the four screws with a long Phillips (plus) screw driver.

10 Attach the furnished amplifier using the screws and plastic insulators removed in step 9

11 Connect the three ground wires to the new Servo Amp.

12 Connect all wires removed from the ”TB” strip to the new Servo Amplifier terminals according to their labels.

13 Connect the two cable connectors to CN1 and CN2.

14 Switch ON the ”Rotate”, ”XG”, and ”Table Tilt” switches on the rear Gantry base.

15 Turn ON the power from the OC. Turn ON the Servo Amp breaker.

16 For SS Type Gantry Only:


Perform the servo amp major adjustment:
Turn the VR2 and VR5 on the servo amp approx. 1/2 turn CCW (counterclockwise).

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1-8 SERVO AMPLIFIER (Continued)


17 Perform the minor adjustments in the following order according to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Rota-
tion Operation:

1) Gantry Initialize Movement


2) Rotation Velocity Offset
3) Movement Check
4) Rotation Speed
5) Rotation Deceleration

18 END

TB STRIP
GND

CN1
r
s

CN2

GND

PUSH
TAB
LOCK SCREWS

PUSH
TAB

SERVO AMPLIFIER CABLE DISCONNECTION


ILLUSTRATION 1–18

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1-9 GANTRY PUMP (FILLING) LUBRICATION

Special Equipment

D Oil (Z9807QD)

D Sealing Tape (PTFE)

D Kim Wipe

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Move the Gantry to the 0_ tilt position.

3 Switch OFF the ”XG”, ”Table/Tilt”, and ”Rotate” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4 Remove the pump top cover at the Gantry rear base, six screws. Refer to illustration 1–12.

5 Remove the small air escape screw and the larger pouring mouth screw from the pump (Illustration 1–19 ).

6 Pour the estimated required amount of oil into the pump.

7 Switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch at the Gantry rear base.

8 Tilt the Gantry backward while watching the pump to see if excess oil spills out of the pump. If oil leaks out of
the pump holes then continue to tilt the Gantry slowly while wiping up any oil which spills out of the pump.

9 Verify that the Gantry can tilt fully backwards 25 degrees.

10 Return the small air escape screw and the larger pouring mouth screw using sealing tape. Wrap the sealing tape
about one and a half times in the opposite direction of the threads.

11 Install the pump top cover.

12 END

POURING MOUTH
(LARGE)

AIR ESCAPE SCREW


(SMALL)

OIL PUMP
ILLUSTRATION 1–19

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1-10 SLIP RING YEARLY MAIN BEARING GREASE–UP


NOTE
This procedure must be performed once a year.

Special Equipment

D Grease Gun

D Grease Cartridge : Shell Alvania grease#2 NEW (U0411BD) :see note following step 6

D Dolly/Support Studs

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”ROTATE” and ”XG” switches at the Gantry rear base.

3 Remove the rear and both side Gantry covers.

4 Switch OFF the servo amp breaker.

5 Switch ON the service switch at SUB board.

Note
Rotate the Gantry in the CW direction ONLY to protect the Slip Ring Brushes.

6 Rotate the Gantry by hand(CW) until the tube is about 60_ clockwise from the home position to see the bearing
grease nipple shown in Illustration 1–20.

Note
New grease must be used. Do NOT reuse a grease cartridge; open a brand new grease cartridge
every time you perform this operation.

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1-10 SLIP RING YEARLY MAIN BEARING GREASE–UP (Continued)

GANTRY REAR VIEW


LEAKED
GREASE

NIPPLE

ROTATE
GANTRY A FEW
ROTOR DEGREES TO
FILL THE NEXT
BEARING.

NOTE: OLD GREASE WILL ALSO BE


EJECTED FROM THE FRONT SIDE OF THE
GANTRY.

AREAS TO WHICH GREASE IS APPLIED

SLIP RING MAIN BEARING GREASE–UP


ILLUSTRATION 1–20

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1-10 SLIP RING YEARLY MAIN BEARING GREASE–UP (Continued)


7 Input the grease(SHELL ALVANIA grease #2) into the grease gun.
New grease must be used. Do NOT reuse a grease cartridge; open a brand new grease cartridge every time
you perform this operation.

Note: How to Pack Grease into Gun

a. Pull the chain located at the bottom of the c. Pack grease (SHELL ALVANIA grease #2
gun all the way, then move it to the narrow or equivalent) into the gun body.
slit to lock the chain.
NARROW SLIT d. Install the lid to the body securely, then re-
lease the chain.

b. Remove the gun body from the lid.

GUN
BODY GREASE

BODY LID

8 Attach the grease gun to the bearing grease nipple(Illustration 1–20).

NOTICE

Slow pumping operation is required. If pumped fast, new grease will be soon ejected so that
new grease can NOT reach the main bearing.

9 Inject grease while squeezing the lever of the grease gun VERY SLOWLY to pack new grease into the main
bearing housing. (The main bearings are located inside the Gantry rotor base.)

10 After pumping operation is performed a few times, you can see grease leaked from the clearance between the
rotor base and Stator. Then rotate the Gantry a few degrees counterclockwise by hand to fill the next main
bearing with grease. See Illustration 1–20.

Note
Areas to which grease is applied are shown in the circles of Illustration 1–20.

11 To pack grease completely, repeat Steps 9~10 until the gantry rotates three or four times.

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12 Wipe up any leaked grease thoroughly.
Old grease will also be ejected from the clearance between the rotor and Stator in the FRONT of the gantry.
Therefore, this must be wiped up thoroughly. See Illustration 1–20.

13 Switch OFF the service switch.

14 Switch ON the ”ROTATE” and ”XG” switches at the Gantry rear base.

15 Switch ON the servo amp breaker.

16 Rotate the Gantry for approximately 10 minutes using the toggle switches on the TGP board and verify that the
Gantry rotation is smooth.

17 Switch OFF the ”ROTATE” and ”XG” switches at the Gantry rear base.

18 Wipe clean any grease which has leaked between the bearing and the housing.

19 Install the Gantry both side and rear covers.

20 Switch ON the ”ROTATE” and ”XG” switches at the Gantry rear base.

21 END

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1-11 COLLIMATOR FILTER

Special Equipment

D Dolly/Support Studs

D Filter

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Move the Gantry to the 0_ tilt and HOME position.

3 Switch OFF “Rotate” and ”XG” switches.

4 Remove the Gantry right side and front covers.

5 Remove the collimator cover by removing the 4 nuts(Torque: 35kg–cm) securing the cover.

NOTICE

Fragile part. The Photo Sensors are very sensitive. Be careful not to bend them.

6 Remove the two long hexa screws and the filter indicated in Illustration 1–21.

7 Install the new FILTER by preforming steps 6 to 5 in their reverse order.

8 Perform the following check/adjustment procedures according to Functional Check & Adjustment, System:

D FILTER CENTER ALIGNMENT X–ray Alignment


D CALIBRATION System Calibration
D CT NO. ADJUSTMENT System Calibration

9 END

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1-11 FILTER (Continued)

LONG HEXA SCREWS

PHOTO SENSOR

PROTECT BRACKET
FILTER
STEPPING MOTOR
COLLIMATOR FRONT VIEW

1
FILTER
2

FILTER REMOVAL PATH ( SIDE VIEW)

FILTER
ILLUSTRATION 1–21

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1-12 APERTURE

Special Equipment

D Dolly/Support Studs

D Aperture

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the 0_ tilt and the HOME position.

3 Switch OFF “Rotate” and ”XG” switches.

4 Remove the front and both side Gantry covers.

5 Remove the collimator cover by removing the 4 nuts securing the cover.

NOTICE

Be Careful Not To Damage the Photo Sensors.

6 Switch ON the service SW located on the SUB board, and rotate the Gantry (CW) to the 180_ position by hand.

7 Switch OFF the service SW.

8 Remove the Stepping Motor’s and Photo senor’s connectors.

9 Remove the Aperture assy from the collimator by removing the 4 nuts(M5 Torque: 35kg–cm) shown in illustration
1–22.

10 Install the new Aperture assy by performing steps 9 to 8 in their reverse order.

11 Perform the functional checks: (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Collimator, Aperture Ratio.)

12 END

REMOVING
NUTS(FOUR)
TORQUE: 35k–.cm

TUBE + + + +
+ + + +

THE VIEW OF THE APERTURE FROM A

APERTURE
ILLUSTRATION 1–22

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1-13 DTRE ASSY (FOR GANTRY 2137XXX, 2123XXX, 2117XXX ONLY)

1 Switch OFF the “ Rotate ”, “ XG”, “ Slip Ring 115v ” switches.

2 Remove the rear and right and left side Gantry covers.

SAFETY SWITCHES (3)

ÁÁÇ
Â
ÊÊËËË
ÊÊÊ
Ä
Ç Ä
ÄÄ
3 Attach the safety switch bracket to the right side of Gantry.

ÂÊÊÊ
ÊÊ
BRACKET

FRONT VIEW FROM TABLE

4 Set the Gantry to 1 o’clock position as follows:

e. Set the service switch of TGP board from SYS position to OFF position.

SYS ABT SPD2 FAST CONT

TGP
FIX SPD0 SLOW 90_
MNL

f. Turn ON the Service switch at the SUB Board Assy.

g. Rotate the Gantry to the 1 o’clock position by hand.

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1-13 DTRE ASSY (FOR GANTRY 2137XXX, 2123XXX, 2117XXX ONLY) (Continued)
5 For Gantry 2137xxx Only:
Remove the six nuts from the right side of the outer ring cover.
Loosen the two nuts from the right side of the outer ring cover.
Then remove th outer ring cover.

NUTS
(REMOVE)

TWO NUTS
(LOOSEN, NOT NECESSARY
TO REMOVE THEM.)

OUTER RING COV-


ER
(RIGHT SIDE)

REMOVAL OF RIGHT SIDE OF OUTER RING COVER


ILLUSTRATION 1–23

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1-13 DTRE ASSY (FOR GANTRY 2137XXX, 2123XXX, 2117XXX ONLY) (Continued)
6 Remove the inner slip ring cover, two(2) Allen screws and two(2) nylon nuts.

INNER SLIP RING COVER


ILLUSTRATION 1–24

7 Remove the DTRE assy bracket cover, four(4) screws.

DTRE ASSY BRACKET COVER


ILLUSTRATION 1–25

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8 Disconnect the three(3) cable connectors(J1,J2,J3) from DTRE assy.

J3

J1

J2

DTRE ASSY
ILLUSTRATION 1–26

9 Unscrew, four(4) studs and eight(8) washers, and remove the DTRE assy.

DTRE ASSY
ILLUSTRATION 1–27

10 Insert the new DTRE assy by performing steps 9 to 6 in reverse order.

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1-13 DTRE ASSY (FOR GANTRY 2137XXX, 2123XXX, 2117XXX ONLY) (Continued)
11 Check the manual rotation as follows.

a. Switch OFF the “Rotate”,“XG”,“Slip Ring 115v ” switches.

b. Turn ON the Service switch at the SUB Board Assy.

c. Rotate the gantry by hand for more than one rotation. Verify that the gantry rotates smoothly, and that there is
no abnormal noise.

12 Check the rotate movement as follows:

a. Turn OFF the Service switch at the SUB Board Assy.

b. Set the service switches of the TGP Board as follows:

D SYS, FIX, PSD0, SLOW, HOME

SERVO AMP

ÁÁÁÁÁ
ÁÁÁÁÁ
SUB BOARD

ÁÁÁÁÁ GANTRY FRONT

ÁÁÁÁÁ
ON

ÁÁÁÁÁ
TGP BOARD
OFF

TGP BOARD
SYS ABT SPD2 FAST CONT

MNL FIX SPD0SLOW 90_

CAUTION

Be very careful; stand clear of the rotating gantry. Gantry may experience sudden high speed
rotation due to order from the OC.

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1-13 DTRE ASSY (FOR GANTRY 2137XXX, 2123XXX, 2117XXX ONLY) (Continued)
c. Turn ON the Gantry switches as shown in the following sequence:

(Do not turn on the XG (safety loop) switch.

2 3 4 1
ON

Slip Ring ––" Rotate ––" Table/Tilt ––" Control.


OFF

Note
Be ready to hit the Emergency OFF switch in case of any rotational problems.

d. Verify that the Gantry rotation alarm sounds to indicate that Gantry rotation is enabled.

e. Set the TGP service switches as follows:

D MIN, SVE, PSD0, SLOW, CONT

TGP
BOARD
SY AB SPD FAST CONT
S T 2

MN FIX SPD0 SLO 90_


L W

f. Set ABT/SVE/FIX switch to ABT, and keep depressing it until the gantry rotates for more than one rotation.
Verify that the gantry rotates smoothly, and that there is no abnormal noise.

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g. Do the same check for each of the following conditions:
TGP BOARD

SYS ABT SPD2 FAST CONT

MNL FIX SPD0 SLOW 90_

Set the TGP service switches to MNL, FIX, SPD0, SLOW, CONT.

Set the TGP service switches to MNL, FIX, SPD0, MDL, CONT.

Set the TGP service switches to MNL, FIX, SPD0, FAST, CONT.

Set the TGP service switches to MNL, FIX, SPD1, SLOW, CONT.

Set the TGP service switches to MNL, FIX, SPD1, MDL, CONT.

Set the TGP service switches to MNL, FIX, SPD1, FAST, CONT.

Set the TGP service switches to MNL, FIX, SPD2, SLOW, CONT

13 Re–set the switch from MNL mode to SYS mode on the TGP board.
TGP BOARD

SYS ABT SPD2 FAST CONT

MNL FIX SPD0 SLOW 90_

14 Perform the following check: (Reference Functional Check Manual / DAS/DETECTOR tab )

 DAS DATA TRANSFER CHECK

15 Install the rear and right and left side Gantry covers.

1-14 TGP BOARD


1 After replacing the TGP Board, perform the following adjustments in the following order according to Functional
Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Rotation Operation:

1) Gantry Initialize Movement


2) Rotation Velocity Offset
3) Movement Check
4) Rotation Speed
5) Rotation Deceleration

Table:
1) Table Height
2) Cradle Absolute Position

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1-15 STRS BOARD


Refer to Slip Ring Maintenance Manual.

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1-16 SERVO MOTOR

- REMOVE MOTOR ASSY


1 Cut the tie–wraps from the four tie–wrap bases on the Axial Motor Plate.
See Illustration 1–28.

TIE–WRAP 4

2 1

MOTOR CABLE ATTACHMENT


ILLUSTRATION 1–28

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2 Remove the axial motor pulley cover using four screws. See Illustration 1–29.

PULLEY COVER INSTALLATION


ILLUSTRATION 1–29

3 Cut the tie–wrap that secures Axial Motor power cable to its connector, then remove the connector from the motor
assy.
Disconnect the axial motor connector of the axial motor encoder wire at rear left bottom of the Gantry. See Il-
lustration 1–30.

AXIAL MOTOR CONNECTOR

TIE–WRAP

ENCODER WIRE

ENCODER WIRE
ILLUSTRATION 1–30

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1-16 SERVO MOTOR (Continued)


4 Loosen the two nuts, then loosen the adjustment bolt of the belt tension adjuster. See Illustration 1–31.

SPRING

ADJUSTMENT
BOLT

BELT TENSION
ILLUSTRATION 1–31

5 Remove the motor assy from the Gantry frame at rear left bottom of the Gantry using Allen bolts, washers and
spacers at three positions. See Illustration 1–32.

SPACER

WASHER

ALLEN

BOLTS

AXIAL MOTOR ASSY


ILLUSTRATION 1–32

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1-16 SERVO MOTOR (Continued)


6 Remove the terminal box cover. See Illustration 1–33.

TERMINAL BOX COVER


TERMINAL BOX

MOTOR TERMINAL BOX


ILLUSTRATION 1–33

7 Mark the cables so that the cables can be re–connected properly to the terminals, then, disconnect the cables
in the terminal box. See Illustration 1–33.

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1-16 SERVO MOTOR (Continued)

- INSTALL MOTOR ASSY


1 Remove the nuts and washers from the seven studs inside the terminal box. See Illustration 1–34.

MOTOR TERMINAL BOX


ILLUSTRATION 1–34

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2 Insert the wires of cable assy from the bottom rear of the Gantry into the terminal box through the hole and con-
nect them to the studs according to the wire colors as shown in Illustration 1–35.

3 Tighten the nuts to the studs using washers.

YEL BLU

BRW

ORN RED

WHT

BLK

GRN

MOTOR TERMINAL BOX WIRES CONNECTION


ILLUSTRATION 1–35

4 Install the terminal box cover. See Illustration 1–33.

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5 Attach the motor assy to the Gantry frame at rear left bottom of the Gantry using Allen bolts, washers and spacers
at three positions. See Illustration 1–32. Do not tighten too much since the plate will be slid in next step.

6 Slide the axial motor base plate maximum into the direction shown in illustration 1–36, then place the belt to the
axial motor pulley. See Illustration 1–36.

AXIAL MOTOR BELT PLACEMENT


ILLUSTRATION 1–36

7 Slide the axial motor base plate in opposite direction as in step 6 in order to make the belt more taut, then tighten
the Allen bolts so that it still permits plate sliding.

8 Tighten the Adjustment bolt of the belt tension adjuster until the spring (red color) cannot be seen any longer.
See Illustration 1–31.

9 Tighten the three Allen bolts of the axial motor plate.

10 Install the axial motor connector, then secure the cable using tie–wrap as is shown in illustration 1–30.

11 Connect the connector of the axial motor encoder wire at rear left bottom of the Gantry

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1-16 SERVO MOTOR (Continued)


12 Install the axial motor pulley cover using four screws. See Illustration 1–29.

13 Attach the wire from the axial motor to the four tie–wrap bases on the motor plate, using tie–wraps.
See Illustration 1–29.

14 After replacing the Servo Motor, perform the following adjustments in the following order according to Functional
Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Rotation Operation:

1) Gantry Initialize Movement


2) Rotation Velocity Offset
3) Movement Check
4) Rotation Speed
5) Rotation Deceleration

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Procedure

CAUTION

Shock hazard.
Wait more than five minutes following the last scan before performing the following proce-
dure.

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual (P9011AW).

2 Move the Gantry to the 0_ tilt and HOME position.

3 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Table/Tilt” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4 Remove all Gantry covers (front, rear and both sides).

5 Switch OFF the front XG switch located beside the Detector.

6 Attach the safety switch bracket to the right side of Gantry.

7 Switch ON the service switch on the SUB board near the TGP board.

8 Insert the Azimuth Lock Pin to prevent Gantry rotation.

9 Switch OFF the service switch.

10 Switch OFF the ”Control” switch at the Gantry rear base.

11 Disconnect the wires connected to the board on top of the Anode HV tank(J1 & J6).

12 Disconnect the wires connected to the board on top of the Cathode HV tank(J1, J2 & J6).

13 Disconnect the wire brown connector on the cathode side.

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14 Remove all the cables from the cable duct as follows:

Note
There are two types of the cable duct.

STANDARD TYPE OLD TYPE

CABLE DUCT COVER

CABLES

MIRROR
CABLES
POSITIONING LIGHT

MIRROR

CABLE DUCT COVER


POSITIONING LIGHT

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For Cable Duct (Old type) :

h. Remove the following covers:

D Cable Duct Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Three(3) Nylon Nuts


D Right Side Cable Duct Cover . . . . . . . . Three(3) Nylon Nuts
D Anode Inverter Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four(4) Allen Screws
D CTVRC Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four(4) Nylon Nuts and Two(2) Bolts
D Terminal Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four(4) Nylon Nuts
D Transformer Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four(4) Nylon Nuts
D Switch Box Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Four(4) Nylon Nuts

ANODE INVERTER COVER

FOUR(4) ALLEN SCREWS

CABLE DUCT
CTVRC COVER

RIGHT SIDE TRANSFORM-


CABLE ER COVER
DUCT

SWITCH BOX
TERMI-
NAL COV-
ER

GANTRY ROTATIONAL
ILLUSTRATION 1–37

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i. Disconnect the following external cables and wires that are connected to the inverter.

D J1, J6, J7 wire connectors(on the Invertor Gate Driver board)


D Four(4) optical fiber cables(U186, U187, U200, U201) Do not bend.

FOR GANTRY P9183xx FOR GANTRY 2137xxx, 2123xxx, 2117xxx

J1
J1
J7
J7
U201
U201 J6
J6
U200
U200
U187
U187 J1
U186
U186

ANODE INVERTER CABLE CONNECTIONS


ILLUSTRATION 1–38

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j. Disconnect the following external cables and wires that are connected to the Filament Supply board.

D XJ1, XJ4, XJ5, XJ6 wire connectors .

k. Disconnect the following external cables and wires that are connected to the CTVRC board.

D Four optical fiber cables(U53, U87, U124 and U175) Do not bend.
D J3, J6, J9 wire connectors
D CTVRC connector(behind the Gate Driver board)

OPTICAL FIBER CABLES

550V RTN
+550V

U87 J9
U175
U53

U124
J3 TIE WRAP
GATE DRIVER BOARD

TIE WRAP

CTVRC
CONNECTOR TO J6
XJ2
CTVRC
CONNECTOR
XJ1

XJ7

XJ6
XJ5
XJ4
XJ3

FILAMENT SUPPLY AND CTVRC CABLE CONNECTIONS


ILLUSTRATION 1–39

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l. Disconnect the wires(black and red) leading from the positioning light to the TM54(5 and 6).

m. Disconnect the wires(brown and light blue) connected to the switch box.

n. Disconnect the wires connected to the RL51(3, 4) and RL52(3, 4) in the switch box.

o. Remove all the cables from the cable duct.

TRANSFORMER

TM54

5
6

COVER

BROWN AND
LIGHT BLUE WIRES

SWITCH BOX
RL52
XG SWITCH
RL51

4
3
4
3

DISCONNECT
THESE WIRES

DISCONNECT WIRES
ILLUSTRATION 1–40

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For Cable Duct (Standard type) :

a. Remove the cable duct cover by unscrewing its four(4) nylon nuts.

b. Remove all the cables from the cable duct.

CABLES
CABLE DUCT

NYLON NUT

CABLE DUCT COVER

REMOVAL CABLE DUCT COVER


ILLUSTRATION 1–41

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15 Remove the cable duct by unscrewing its four(4) Allen screws.

16 Remove the positioning light and mirror from cable duct and attach them to the new cable duct.

17 Install the new cable duct (see illustration 1–42).

MIRROR

NEW
CABLE DUCT

NUT

STUD

SPRING

WASHER

BALL

INSTALLATION OF THE NEW CABLE DUCT


ILLUSTRATION 1–42

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18 Route the removed cable in step 14 through the cable duct.

19 Retie any tie wraps which were removed in steps 11 to 14

20 Install the cable duct cover.

21 Remove the X–Ray Tube as outlined in section 1–5, X–RAY TUBE, of the X–Ray Generator tab of the
INSTALLATION / COMPONENT REPLACEMENT manual.

22 Remove the X–Y bar by unscrewing its Allen screw and install the new one.

NEW X–Y BAR

23 Install the new X–Ray Tube as outlined in section 1–5, X–RAY TUBE, of the X–Ray Generator tab of the
INSTALLATION \ COMPONENT REPLACEMENT manual.

24 Perform the following check/adjustment procedures according to the Functional Check/Adjustment Manual.

D Clearance Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gantry, Rotational Mechanism


D Rotation Balance Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gantry, Rotational Mechanism
D Positioning Light Adjustment . . . . . . . . Gantry, Gantry and Table
D X–ray Alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . System, X–ray Alignment
D DAS Offset Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DAS/Detector, DAS Operation, DAS Offset Data
D mA Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X–ray Generator, X–ray Tube, Tube Calibration
D kV and mA Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X–ray Generator, kV and mA
D DAS Count Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . X–ray Generator, X–ray Tube
D Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . System, System Calibration
D CT No. Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . System, System Calibration
D Image Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . System, Image Performance Verification

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1-18 AXIAL DRIVE BELT

Special Equipment
D Axial Drive Belt

D Tie wraps

D Functional Check/Adjustment Manual and CT Slip Ring Maintenance Manual (CD–ROM)

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2. Switch OFF the OC power.

3. Switch OFF all the breaker switches at the Gantry rear base.

4. Turn OFF the breaker of Power Distribution Box.

5. Remove rear and both side Gantry covers.

6. Insert the azimuth lock pin.

7. Remove the following from the Gantry; (Refer to CT Slip Ring Maintenance Manual)

D All the outer ring covers

D Signal Brush (four screws)

D Power Brush (four screws)

D Inner slip ring cover

8. Disconnect all the cables connected to slip ring.

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9. Loosen the screws shown in the illustration 1–43 and remove the slip ring assy from the Gantry.

NOTICE

Among eight places that have screws to loosen, two places have a pin. The two places are
arranged in the diagonal positions. Be careful for two pins’ positions when installing the slip
ring assy after replacing the axial drive belt.

2 SCREWS (8 PLACES)

PIN

SCREWS TO LOOSEN FOR SLIP RING REMOVAL


ILLUSTRATION 1–43

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10. Remove the axial motor pulley cover using four screws. See Illustration 1–44.

REMOVAL OF THE AXIAL MOTOR PULLY COVER


ILLUSTRATION 1–44

11. Loosen the three mounting plate bolts on Axial Motor Mounting plate. See Illustration 1–45.

12. Loosen the two nuts, then remove the adjustment bolt of the belt tension adjuster. See Illustration 1–45.

13. Lift the mounting plate to the direction shown in illustration 1–45 and remove the axial drive belt from the axial
motor pulley.

AXIAL DRIVE BELT

ADJUSTMENT
BOLT
MOUTING PLATE BOLTS (3)
BELT TENSION
ADJUSTER

AXIAL MOTOR MOUNTING PLATE


ILLUSTRATION 1–45

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14. Remove the axial drive belt from the Gantry.

15. Install new axial drive belt by referring to steps 14 through 5.


(Properly position the drive belt on and around the Gantry rotational gear ring and axial motor pulley.)

16. Perform the following adjustment and check according to the CD–ROM manual, Functional Check and Adjust-
ment.

AZIMUTH BELT TENSION


MOVEMENT CHECK

17. Restore the Gantry and the PDU to original configuration.

18. END

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1-19 GANTRY ROTATION COUNTER (2310012)


The rotation counter (2310012) must be installed following the procedure below.

If the Gantry does not has the new counter fixing plate (2318321) , order the Counter Assy (2318320).

Part Number Name Remarks


2318320 Counter Assy Includes 2318321 (Plate) and
2310012 (Counter).

Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

1. Set the Gantry to the 0° tilt position.

2. Switch OFF the OC power.

3. Switch OFF all the breaker switches at the Gantry rear base.

4. Turn OFF the breaker of Power Distribution Box.

5. Remove the Gantry left side cover.

6. Remove the rotation counter to be replaced from the Gantry.

Note
The short type of the counter fixing plate on the Gantry can NOT be used for a new rotation counter.
So, the counter plate must also be replaced with a new type of the fixing plate (long type) when a
new counter is used.

7. Remove the two screws and rotation counter bracket. Replace the rotation counter bracket with a new one.

Screws

New Counter
Fixing Plate

Long type

Rotation Counter Counter Fixing Plate

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8. Check the rotation counter cable terminals:
If the cable terminals are too big to connect the new counter, cut the side edge of the terminals.

Cut!

9. Remove the counter holder from the new counter, then remove the two screws from the holder. Discard the two
screws. (The counter holder will be re–used later.)

Counter Holder

Screws

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10. Set the rotation counter as follows:

a. Remove the insulation sheet from the new rotation counter to activate the battery installed into the counter.
(The counter indication will be ramdomly displayed.)

b. Set the SW2 to the terminal side. (1 kHz selected)

c. Press the RST (Reset) button to set the counter to “0”. Verify that the counter indication is “0”.

d. Set the SW1 to the terminal side. (Key protection – ON selected)

Step a. Step b.

Insulation Sheet
2 1

Step c. Step d.

2 1

Reset Button

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11. Put the counter holder into the cables, disconnected at step 6, then pull the cables outward through the Gantry
frame hole where the counter will be installed.

12. Put the rubber seal into the counter.

13. Connect the cables to the terminals of the counters; Red cable to No.1 terminal, and Black cable to No.2
terminal.

14. Install the new rotation counter until the counter holder holds the counter securely.

15. Install the terminal protector (plastic) onto the terminal.

Í
Í Holder

Í Counter

Í Protector

Í 1 2 3 4

Í
Í
Rubber

Í
Seal

Gantry
Frame
Red

Black

16. Restore the Gantry to original configuration.

17. END

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SECTION 2 – TABLE

2-1 BOTTOM COVERS

Special Equipment

D None

2-1–1 Front Bottom Cover

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Move the cradle OUT to its fully retracted position (farthest from Gantry).

3 Raise the Table to its highest position.

4 Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch at the Gantry rear base.

5 Unscrew and remove the four foot peddles. Refer to illustration 2–1 for their locations.

6 Remove the four plastic side caps, two per side.

7 Unscrew the four side screws and remove the cover.

8 Install the front bottom cover by performing steps 7 to 4 in their reverse order. Operate the foot peddles and
ensure that they are labelled correctly.

WARNING!

WHEN INSTALLING THE FOOT PEDALS, THE PEDAL WITH MUST BE INSTALLED

UP DOWN
TO THE PEDAL SWITCH WITH ; PEDAL TO SWITCH.
ALSO INSERT THE PEDAL HOLDER INTO SWITCH SLIT.

9 END

2-1–2 Rear Bottom Cover


Note
The front bottom cover must by removed before the rear bottom cover can be removed.

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2-1–2 Rear Bottom Cover (Continued)

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Move the cradle OUT to its fully retracted position (farthest from Gantry).

3 Raise the Table to its highest position.


4 Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch at the Gantry rear base.

5 Remove the two vertical screws at the front of the cover shown in illustration 2–1.

6 Remove the four plastic caps that guard the rear leg screws, two on each side of the table.

7 Remove the two screws and washers from each side of the table.

8 Slide the rear legs up and free from the bottom frame and then pull the cover forward.

9 Install the cover by performing steps 8 to 4 in their reverse order.

10 END

FOOT
PEDDLE

ALIGN
BOTTOM COVER
FRONT

BOTTOM COVER

REAR
UP

DOWN

CAPS
LEGS

TABLE FRONT AND REAR BOTTOM COVERS


ILLUSTRATION 2–1

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2-2 SIDE COVERS

Special Equipment

D None

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”XG” and ”Rotate” switches, and switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch at the Gantry rear base.

3 Set the Table to its highest position.

4 Move the cradle OUT to its fully retracted position (farthest from Gantry).

5. Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch at the rear base of the Gantry.

6 Unscrew the seven screws running along the undersurface seam between the right and left side covers ( Illustra-
tion 2–2) .

CRADLE

GANTRY

4 PLASTIC CAPS
( 2 ALLEN SCREWS PER
SIDE)
UNDERSURFACE SEAM SCREWS

SIDE COVER SCREW LOCATIONS


ILLUSTRATION 2–2

7 Remove the four plastic caps shown in illustration 2–2 (two per side).

8 Remove the four side Allen screws shown in illustration 2–2 (two per side).

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9 Remove the left cover’s bottom holding screws. Illustration 2–3 shows the screw locations.

SCREWS
LEFT SIDE

GANTRY

SCREWS
RIGHT SIDE

TABLE BOTTOM VIEW


ILLUSTRATION 2–3

10 Slightly disengage the Left Cover at the end closest to the Gantry, and slide it free from the table until the Latch
and Touch Sensor SW connectors are visible.

11 Disconnect the Latch SW and Touch Sensor SW cable connectors.

12 Remove the Left Cover.

13 Remove the Right Side Cover by following the procedures outlined in steps 9 to 12 for the opposite side.

14 END

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2-3 CRADLE

Special Equipment

D None

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”XG” and ”Rotate” switches, and switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the Gantry rear base.

3 Move the Table to its highest position.

4 Move the cradle OUT to its fully retracted position (farthest from Gantry).

5. Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the rear base of the Gantry.

6 Remove the six plastic caps from the cradle end handle (see illustration 2–4 ).

7 Remove the four hexagonal bolts from the cradle end handle (see Illustration 2–4 ).

8 Slide out the cradle.

4 PLASTIC CAPS
4 BOLTS

2 PLASTIC CAPS

CRADLE END HANDLE


ILLUSTRATION 2–4

9 After installing the new cradle, perform the following gap adjustments according to Functional Check & Adjust-
ment, Table, Longitudinal Function, Cradle Mechanics.
Gap between Frame and Cradle
Gap between Cradle and Cradle Support

10 END

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Special Equipment

D Cradle Potentiometer

D Tie wraps

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”XG” and ”Rotate” switches, and switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the Gantry rear base.

3 Set the Table to its highest position.

4 Move the cradle OUT to its fully retracted position (farthest from Gantry).

5. Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the rear base of the Gantry.

6 Remove the Left Side Cover of the Table. See Illustration 2–5. Refer to section 2-2 SIDE COVERS.

LEFT SIDE COVER


G
A
N
TABLE T
R
(TOP VIEW) Y

TABLE LEFT SIDE COVER


ILLUSTRATION 2–5

7 Remove the Cradle. Refer to section 2-3 CRADLE.

8 Remove both bottom covers. Refer to section 2-1 BOTTOM COVERS.

9 Remove the cover which is located under the cradle closest to the Gantry (4 screws).

10 Remove the cradle tray (4 screws).

11 Remove the TABLE BOARD ASSY protective cover (4 screws). Its location is shown in illustration 2–6.

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OIL
GANTRY PUMP
TABLE BOARD ASSY
FOR TABLE
P9185AB/AF/AG:
TOP VIEW

SIDE VIEW

TABLE
GANTRY
DRIV-
ER

FOR TABLE
2129562/3/4:
TOP VIEW

TABLE BOARD ASSY LOCATION


ILLUSTRATION 2–6

12 Disconnect connector CN3 from the TABLE BOARD ASSY.

13 Verify that the end of the cradle is in the out limit position, then loosen the two coupling screws closest to the
Potentiometer. Refer to Illustrations 2–7 and 2–8.

Note
Be careful not to move the thin cradle potentiometer cable.

CRADLE CABLE

SET SCREWS

POTENTIOMETER

POTENTIOMETER LOCATION
ILLUSTRATION 2–7

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Disk

SUPPORT SCREWS (2)

COUPLING
SUPPORT BRACKET

COUPLING SCREWS
(POTENTIOMETER SIDE)

SET NUT

POTENTIOMETER

1
2
3
4
CN3

MEASURE RESISTANCE BE-


TWEEN
PIN 2 AND PIN 3

POTENTIOMETER
ILLUSTRATION 2–8

14 Remove the support bracket together with the Potentiometer Assy, with its wires still attached, by unscrewing
the support screws shown in illustration 2–8 and then feeding connector CN3 up through the table.

15 Remove the set nut and transfer the support bracket to the new cradle potentiometer . Tighten the bracket in
place using the set nut.

16 Feed the wiring of the new Potentiometer down to the TABLE BOARD ASSY, retie any tie wraps which were
removed in step 14

17 Install the new potentiometer/support bracket, and tighten the support screws.

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18 Adjust the Potentiometer so that the resistance between Pin 2 and Pin 3 of CN3 is 500W+/- 100W. . Then tighten
the two coupling screws (Illustration 2–8).

Note
It may be difficult to access one of the coupling screws after adjusting the potentiometer. If this is
the case, then tighten the accessible coupling screw and move the cradle sightly forward toward the
Gantry. Tighten the second coupling screw and then return the cradle handle to its mechanical outer
limit.

19 Verify that the resistance between Pin 2 and Pin 3 of CN3 is still 500W+/-100W. If it is not then repeat step 18

20 Preform steps 12 through 6 in their reverse order.

21 Perform a P0, PG longitudinal adjustment. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Table, Longitudinal
Function, Cradle Absolute Position.)

22 END

2-5 HEIGHT POTENTIOMETER

Special Equipment

D Height Potentiometer

D Grease

D Tie wraps

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”XG” and ”Rotate” switches, and switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the Gantry rear base.

Rotate XG Table/Tilt Slip Ring


Safety Loop Control 115V
DAS/DET

3 Move the Table to its highest position.

4 Move the cradle out to its fully retracted position (farthest from Gantry).

5 Remove both bottom covers. Refer to section 2-1 BOTTOM COVERS of the Table/Gantry tab of this manual.

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6 Move the Table down to a height of 350 mm +/- 5 mm, as shown in illustration 2–9, using a scale.

CRADLE 350+ 5m
350+ 5mm

9 mm
Approx.
9mm
Approx. 50mm Floor TABLE FRAME

Rotate XG Table/Tilt Slip Ring


Safety Loop Control 115V
DAS/DET

TABLE HEIGHT SETTING


ILLUSTRATION 2–9

7 Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the rear base of the Gantry.

8 Remove the Cradle. Refer to section 2-3 CRADLE of the Table/Gantry tab of this manual.

9 Remove the cradle tray (4 screws). The Height Potentiometer is in the position shown in Illustration 2–10.

10 Remove the TABLE BOARD ASSY protective cover (4 screws). Its location is shown in illustration 2–10.

11 Loosen the two coupling set screws (Illustration 2–10).

Note
It may be necessary to lower the table to gain access to one of the height potentiometer coupling
screws. If this is done then be sure to return the table to its highest position, and return the Gantry
”Table/Tilt” switch to the OFF position.

12 Remove the Potentiometer Assy together with its bracket by unscrewing the two support nuts (Illustration 2–10).

13 Disconnect connector CN2 from the TABLE BOARD ASSY and feed it up through the table.

14. Remove the Height Potentiometer Assy from the bracket, and mount the new Potentiometer Assy onto the old
bracket.

15 Install the new Height Potentiometer/bracket Assy to the Table left side frame.

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16 Apply grease to the potentiometer shaft if necessary.

17 Feed the wiring of the new Potentiometer down to the TABLE BOARD ASSY, retie any tie wraps which were
removed in step 14

TO GANTRY

TABLE LEFT SIDE FRAME

BRACKET

COUPLING SET SCREWS PLATE SUPPORT NUTS (2)


HEIGHT POTENTIOMETER

POTENTIOMETER
NUT
TABLE TOP VIEW

HEIGHT PLATE SUPPORT NUTS


POTENTIOMETER
TABLE BOARD
ASSY

TO GANTRY

BRACKET SIDE VIEW


HEIGHT POTENTIOMETER
ILLUSTRATION 2–10

18 Adjust the Height Potentiometer so that the resistance between Pin 2 and Pin 3 of CN2 is 1000W+/- 100W. Then
tighten the two coupling screws.

Note
Adjust the Height Potentiometer resistance by turning the Potentiometer’s shaft with a trimmer ad-
juster/tweaker (small slotted screw driver). It can be accessed through the hole in the left side cover
as shown in illustration 2–11.

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CRADLE

GANTRY SIDE
USE THIS HOLE
TO ADJUST THE POTENTIOM-
ETER

TABLE LEFT SIDE VIEW

HEIGHT POTENTIOMETER ADJUSTMENT


ILLUSTRATION 2–11

19 Verify that the resistance between Pin 2 and Pin 3 of CN2 is still 1000W+/- 100W. If it is not, then repeat step
18

20 Connect the new CN2 connector to the TABLE BOARD ASSY.

21 Perform steps 10 through 5 in their reverse order.

22 Perform the H0, HG height adjustment procedure. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Table, Elevation
Function, Table Height.)

23 END

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2-6 TABLE SOLENOID VALVE

Special Equipment

D Table Solenoid Valve

D Support Tool Z9817EB

D Support Tool Adjuster U0116AE

D Oil (Z9807QD)

D Sealing Tape (PTFE)

D Tie wraps

D Kim Wipe

WARNING!
CRASH HAZARD! THE TABLE MUST BE SUPPORTED USING THE SUPPORT TOOL Z9817EB
AS DESCRIBED BELOW WHEN CHANGING THE SOLENOID VALVE.

- Table P9185AB/AF/AG:

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Move the table to its highest position.

3 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”and ”XG” switches on the rear Gantry base.

4 Remove the right and left side table covers. Refer to section 2-2 SIDE COVERS.

5 Remove the Cradle. Refer to section 2-3 CRADLE.

6 Remove the cradle tray (4 screws) to gain access to the solenoid flow valve through the top of the table.

7 Attach the support tool (Z9817EB) to the undersurface of the table on the side farthest from the Gantry using
the two bolts currently screwed into the bottom of the table frame. Lower the table onto the support (see
illustration 2–12).

Note
When using the support tool (Z9817EB) the adjuster (U0116AE) should be partially extended, about
5cm, before supporting the table.

8 Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch at the rear Gantry base.

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9 Disconnect the power wire connector leading from the solenoid valve. Refer to illustration 2–13.

10 Remove the pressure relief valve and center joint from the solenoid valve and attach it to the new one using
sealing tape. Refer to Section 2-7 PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE. Keep the flow adjuster valve closed (hand
tightened fully CW).

Note
When wrapping sealing tape around end joints, wrap the tape in the opposite direction of the threads
(about one and a half turns).

11 Slightly loosen the set and tightening nuts securing the high pressure hoses. The hoses will be removed later
in step13

12 Remove the two screws fixing the solenoid valve to the table frame.

Note
While disconnecting the high pressure hoses, hold the hoses vertically as high as possible to avoid
leaking.

GANTRY

TABLE ARMS

GANTRY

SUPPORT TOOL
BOLTS (2)
BOLTS (2)
(TOP VIEW)

SUPPORT TOOL
(Z9817EB)

ÉÉÉ
ÉÉÉ
5 cm
SUPPORT TOOL
(Z9817EB)

ADJUSTER (U0116AE)

(FRONT (SIDE VIEW)


VIEW)
TABLE SUPPORT TOOL
ILLUSTRATION 2–12

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13 Hold the solenoid valve as high as possible and disconnect the high pressure hoses.

14 Remove the elbow joints and attach them to the new solenoid valve using sealing tape.

15 Attach the relief valve (drain) hose to the relief valve.

16 Attach the high pressure hoses to the new solenoid valve.

17 Install the newly assembled solenoid valve to the table.

18 Connect the power wire connector.

19 Adjust the flow adjuster by turning it fully CW and then two full turns CCW. Tighten the set nut.

20 Tighten all nuts and retie any tie wraps which have been removed.

21 Loosen the adjuster of the support tool and carefully remove the support tool from under the table.

22 Power ON the ”Table Tilt” switch on the rear Gantry base.

CAUTION

Crash hazard. Do NOT power the table upwards after replacing the magnetic flow valve until
it has been lowered first; this will feed unwanted air into the valve.

23 Lower the table and verify that all movement is smooth and normal.

24 Move the table up and verify that it is operating normally. If there is a shortage of oil (the table will not rise to
its normal limit), then add more oil as described in Section 2-11–1 Table Pump Minor Lubrication.

25 Move the table up and down a few times to remove air from the system.

26 Install the cradle tray.

27 Install the cradle.

28 Install the side table covers.

29 END

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2-6 TABLE SOLENOID VALVE (Continued)

SCREWS

FLOW ADJUSTER

SOLENOID HIGH PRESSURE HOSE

DRAIN HOSE

HIGH PRESSURE HOSE PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE

BOTTOM VIEW ISOMETRIC

TO POWER FLOW ADJUSTER


LINE
FLOW ADJUSTER CONNECTOR
SET NUT
SET NUT SOLENOID

SCREWS (2)

TIGHTENING
NUT

CENTER JOINT SET NUT


HIGH PRESSURE HOSE

PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE

ELBOW
JOINT
RELEASE
DRAIN HOSE
NUT

BOTTOM VIEW SIDE VIEW


TABLE SOLENOID AND RELIEF VALVE
ILLUSTRATION 2–13

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2-6 TABLE SOLENOID VALVE (Continued)

- Table 2129562/3/4:

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Move the table to its highest position.

3 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”and ”XG” switches on the rear Gantry base.

4 Remove the right and left side table covers. Refer to section 2-2 SIDE COVERS of the Table/Gantry tab of this
manual.

5 Remove the Cradle. Refer to section 2-3 CRADLE of the Table/Gantry tab of this manual.

6 Remove the cradle tray (4 screws) to gain access to the solenoid valve.

TABLE (FOR TABLE 2129563 or 2129564)


ILLUSTRATION 2–14

7 Attach the support tool (Z9817EB) to the undersurface of the table on the side farthest from the Gantry using
the two bolts currently screwed into the bottom of the table frame. Lower the table onto the support (see
illustration 2–15).

Note
When using the support tool (Z9817EB) the adjuster (U0116AE) should be partially extended, about
5cm, before supporting the table.

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8 Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch at the rear Gantry base.

GANTRY

TABLE ARMS

GANTRY

(TOP VIEW) SUPPORT TOOL


BOLTS (2)

BOLTS (2)

SUPPORT TOOL
(Z9817EB)

5 cm
ÉÉÉ
(SIDE VIEW)
SUPPORT TOOL
(Z9817EB)

ADJUSTER (U0116AE)

(FRONT
VIEW)

TABLE SUPPORT TOOL (2129563 or 2129564)


ILLUSTRATION 2–15

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9 Disconnect the power wire connector leading from the solenoid valve. Refer to illustration 2–16.

10 Slightly loosen the set and tightening nuts securing the high pressure hose and disconnect the high pressure
hose.

11 Loosen the set and tightening nuts and disconnect the return hose.

Note
When wrapping sealing tape around end joints, wrap the tape in the opposite direction of the threads
(about one and a half turns).

SOLENOID VALVE
FLOW ADJUSTER ELBOW JOINT
ELBOW JOINT SET NUT

TIGHTENING
NUT
FLOW CONTROL VALVE

SET NUT

HIGH PRESSURE HOSE


RETURN HOSE

TO POWER
LINE
CONNECTOR

CYLINDER

TABLE SOLENOID (FOR TABLE 2129563 or 2129564)


ILLUSTRATION 2–16

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12 Remove the solenoid valve from the elbow joint on the flow control valve turning itself to CCW direction.

13 Remove the elbow joint from the solenoid valve and attach them to the new solenoid valve using sealing tape.

14 Install the new solenoid valve Assy. to the cylinder.

15 Attach the high pressure hose and return hose to the new solenoid valve.

16 Connect the power wire connecter and cover it with oil–proof tube.

17 Adjust the flow adjuster by turning it fully CW and then two full turns CCW. Tighten the set nut.

18 Tighten all nuts and retie any tie wraps which have been removed.

ELBOW JOINT ELBOW JOINT

FLOW CONTROL VALVE

OLD SOLENOID VALVE


FLOW ADJUSTER

SET NUT
ELBOW JOINT
ELBOW JOINT

NEW SOLENOID VALVE

POWER LINE
CONNECTOR

FLOW CONTROL VALVE

OIL–PROOF TUBE

TABLE SOLENOID REPLACEMENT(2129563 or 2129564)


ILLUSTRATION 2–17

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19 Loosen the adjuster of the support tool and carefully remove the support tool from under the table.

20 Power ON the ”Table Tilt” switch on the rear Gantry base.

CAUTION

Crash hazard. Do NOT power the table upwards after replacing the magnetic flow valve until
it has been lowered first; this will feed unwanted air into the valve.

21 Lower the table and verify that all movement is smooth and normal.

22 Move the table up and verify that it is operating normally. If there is a shortage of oil (the table will not rise to
its normal limit), then add more oil as described in Section 2-11–1 Table Pump Minor Lubrication of this
manual.

23 Move the table up and down a few times to remove air from the system.

SUPPORT TOOL GANTRY


(Z9817EB)

BOLTS (2)

SUPPORT TOOL

ÉÉÉÉ
ÉÉÉÉ ÉÉÉ
(Z9817EB)

ADJUSTER (U0116AE) ÉÉÉ (SIDE VIEW)


(FRONT
VIEW)

(SIDE VIEW)
TABLE SUPPORT TOOL (2129563 or 2129564)
ILLUSTRATION 2–18

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2-6 TABLE SOLENOID VALVE (Continued)


24 Install the cradle tray.

25 Install the cradle.

26 Install the side table covers.

27 END

TABLE (2129563 or 2129564)


ILLUSTRATION 2–19

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2-7 PRESSURE RELIEF (SPEED CONTROL) VALVE (FOR TABLE P9185AB/AF/AG ONLY)

Special Equipment

D Pressure Relief Valve

D Oil (Z9807QD)

D Sealing Tape (PTFE)

D Tie wraps

D Kim Wipe

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Move the table to its highest position to access the relief valve.

3 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG”, and ”Table Tilt” switches on the rear Gantry base.

4 Remove the right and left side table covers. Refer to section 2-2 SIDE COVERS.

5 Drain all the oil from the relief valve by loosening the set nut and then fully tightening the flow adjuster CW by
hand. The flow adjuster is located on the vertical surface of the solenoid valve as shown in illustration 2–13 .

6 Remove the drain relief hose by loosening the elbow joint hose nut from the drain hose (see illustration 2–13).

7 Remove the relief valve by rotating it about the center joint.

8 Remove the elbow joint from the old relief valve and attach it to the new relief valve using sealing tape.

Note
When wrapping sealing tape around end joints, wrap the tape in the opposite direction of the threads
(about one and a half turns).

9 Install the new relief valve to the center joint using sealing tape.

10 Attach the drain relief hose to the new relief valve.

11 Adjust the flow adjuster by turning it fully CW and then two full turns CCW. Tighten the set nut.

12 Move the table up and down and verify that all movement is smooth and normal.

13 Return the side table covers.

14 END

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2-8 TABLE HYDRAULIC CYLINDER

Special Equipment

D Table Hydraulic Cylinder

D Oil (Z9807QD)

D Sealing Tape (PTFE)

D Tie wraps

D Kim Wipe

WARNING!

CRASH HAZARD! DO NOT REMOVE THE CYLINDER WITHOUT REMOVING THE UPPER
STRUCTURAL SUPPORT, UPPER SUPPORT, AND U–COLUMN FIRST.

- Table P9185AB/AF/AG

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”XG” and ”Rotate” switches, and switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the Gantry rear base.

3 Move the Table to its highest position.

Note
If the maximum height can not be achieved then it will be more difficult to lubricate the pump following
replacement of the cylinder. The maximum height is approximately 1000 mm measured from the
table frame to the lowest point of the cradle top surface

4 Remove the front and rear bottom table covers. Refer to section 2-1, BOTTOM COVERS.

5 Remove the table upper structural frame and support as outlined in section 2-9–1, Table Upper Structural
Frame And Support Removal.

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6 Disengage the upper blocks from the U–column by unscrewing the six support bolts (see illustration 2–20).

7 Remove the upper shaft and upper blocks from the rod end.

8 Measure the distance between the rod end and the rod base, distance ”B” in illustration 2–21.

9 Adjust the new rod to the same distance, ”B”, as the old rod.

10 Remove the oil return hose from the hydraulic cylinder. Refer to illustration 2–21.

UPPER BLOCK

UPPER SHAFT ROD END

HEX BOLTS
(6)

CYLINDER

U–COLUMN

CYLINDER/U–COLUMN REMOVAL
ILLUSTRATION 2–20

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ROD END
B

AIR
BREATHER

INPUT HOSE
OIL RETURN HOSE

SET NUT

END JOINT
T–JOINT

SAFETY FUSE

CHECK VALVE
SET NUT

TABLE PUMP LUBRICATION HYDRAULIC CYLINDER AIR BREATHER


ILLUSTRATION 2–21

11 Loosen the set nut and remove the input hose.

12 Loosen the set nut and remove the emergency hose from the check valve.

13 Remove the safety fuse, check valve and piping from the old cylinder at the joint closest to the cylinder and attach
them as an assembly to the new hydraulic cylinder.

14 Remove the small metal hole guard from the inside of the lower right support. Refer to illustration 2–22.

15 Remove the lower shaft and slide it out of the exposed side hole.

HOLE GUARD

METAL HOLE GUARD


ILLUSTRATION 2–22

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16 Remove the rod and the cylinder together.

17 Install the new rod and cylinder using the lower shaft.

18 Tighten the lower shaft into place.

19 Return the hole guard to the side support and screw it into place.

20 Verify that all piping and hosing is in the proper configuration and will not catch. In particular, the check valve
must be parallel to the cylinder, and the input hose should be at an angle of approximately 30_ to the cylinder.
Refer to illustration 2–27.

21 Add oil to the pump by referring to the following section;

Initial Table Height Prior to Replacement Refer to Section

Maximum (fully extended) 2-11–2, Table Pump Major Lubrication.


When conducting the procedures the initial amount of oil poured
into the pump should be1.2 liters.

Less than Maximum 2-11–2, Table Pump Major Lubrication.


When oiling the pump, the initial amount of oil poured into the pump
should be approximately 50 milliliters for every 10 mm that the rod
could not be extended (for every 10mm below the 255 mm maxi-
mum rod extension ”A” in illustration 2–21 ).

22 Install the cylinder to the U–column using the six support bolts, the upper shaft, and the upper blocks.

23 Install the table upper structural frame and support as outlined in section 2-9–2, Table Upper Structural Frame
And Support.

24 Install the front and rear bottom table covers.

25 END

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- Table 2129562/3/4:

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”XG” and ”Rotate” switches, and switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the Gantry rear base.

Rotate XG Table/Tilt Slip Ring


Safety Loop Control 115V
DAS/DET

3 Move the Table to its highest position.

Note
If the maximum height can not be achieved then it will be more difficult to lubricate the pump following
replacement of the cylinder. The maximum height is approximately 950 mm measured from the table
frame to the lowest point of the cradles top surface

4 Remove the front and rear bottom table covers. Refer to section 2-1, BOTTOM COVERS, of the Table/Gantry
tab of this manual.

5 Remove the table upper structural frame and support as outlined in section 2-9–1, Table Upper Structural
Frame And Support Removal of this manual.

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6 Disengage the upper blocks from the U–column by unscrewing the six support bolts (see illustration 2–23).

7 Remove the upper shaft, upper blocks, and oil–less washers from the rod end.

UPPER BLOCK OIL–LESS


WASHER

ROD END
UPPER SHAFT

OIL–LESS
WASHER

HEX BOLTS
(6)

CYLINDER

U–COLUMN

CYLINDER/U–COLUMN REMOVAL
ILLUSTRATION 2–23

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8 Remove the oil return hose from the hydraulic cylinder. Refer to illustration 2–24.

9 Remove the solenoid valve from the cylinder.


Refer to section 2-6 TABLE SOLENOID VALVE - Table : 2129562/3/4

10 Remove the flow control valve from the old cylinder

11 Attach the flow control valve to the new cylinder using sealing tape.

12 Attach the solenoid valve to the cylinder.


Refer to section 2-6 TABLE SOLENOID VALVE - Table : 2129562/3/4.

13 Attach the return hose to the hydraulic cylinder.


See Illustration 2–24.

SOLENOID VALVE

HIGH PRESSURE HOSE

RETURN HOSE
FLOW CONTROL VALVE

CYLINDER

A
: REMOVE OR ATTACH
ROD END
B

TABLE PUMP LUBRICATION HYDRAULIC CYLINDER AIR BREATHER


ILLUSTRATION 2–24

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14 Remove the small metal hole guard from the inside of the lower right support.
See Illustration 2–25.

15 Remove the lower shaft and slide it out of the exposed side hole.
See Illustration 2–25.

16 Remove the rod and the cylinder together.

17 Measure the distance ”B” : between the rod end and the rod base of the old cylinder.
See Illustration 2–25.

18 Adjust the new rod to the same distance, ”B”, as the old rod.

19 Install the new rod and cylinder using the lower shaft.

20 Tighten the lower shaft into place.

21 Return the hole guard to the side support and screw it into place.

RIGHT SIDE VIEW FRONT VIEW

HOLE GUARD LOWER SHAFT

CYLINDER

ROD
END
LOWER SHAFT
CYLINDER

A
ROD END B

METAL HOLE GUARD AND LOWER SHAFT


ILLUSTRATION 2–25

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22 Verify that all piping and hosing is in the proper configuration and will not catch.

23 Add oil to the pump by referring to the following section;

Initial Table Height Prior to Replacement Refer to Section

Maximum (fully extended) 2-11–2, Table Pump Major Lubrication of this manual.
When conducting the procedures the initial amount of oil poured
into the pump should be1.2 liters.

Less than Maximum 2-11–2, Table Pump Major Lubrication of this manual.
When oiling the pump, the initial amount of oil poured into the pump
should be approximately 50 milliliters for every 10 mm that the rod
could not be extended (for every 10mm below the 255 mm maxi-
mum rod extension ”A” in illustration 2–24 ).

24 Install the cylinder to the U–column using the six support bolts, the upper shaft, the upper blocks, and oil–less
washers. See Illustration 2–23.

Note
Install the oil–less washer with its platic surface facing to the cylinder.

Plastic Surface

Cylinder

25 Install the table upper structural frame and support as outlined in section 2-9–2, Table Upper Structural Frame
And Support of this manual.

26 Install the front and rear bottom table covers.

27 Switch ON the ”XG”, ”Rotate”, and ”Table/Tilt” switches.

Rotate XG Table/Tilt Slip Ring


Safety Loop Control 115V
DAS/DET

28 END

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2-9 TABLE UPPER STRUCTURAL FRAME AND SUPPORT

Special Equipment

D Tie wraps

2-9–1 Removal

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”XG” and ”Rotate” switches, and switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the Gantry rear base.

3 Move the Table to its highest position.

4 Move the cradle OUT to its fully retracted position (farthest from Gantry).

5 Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the rear base of the Gantry.

6 Remove the right and left side table covers. Refer to section 2-2 SIDE COVERS.

7 Remove the Cradle. Refer to section 2-3 CRADLE.

8 Remove the cradle tray (4 screws).

Note
It may be necessary to lower the table to gain access to one of the height potentiometer coupling
screws. If this is done then be sure to return the table to its highest position, and return the Gantry
”Table/Tilt” switch to the OFF position.

9 Loosen the two coupling set screws from the height potentiometer. The height potentiometer is shown in illustra-
tion 2–10.

10 Loosen the two lower coupling set screws from the cradle potentiometer. The cradle potentiometer is shown
in illustrations 2–7 and 2–8.

11 Remove the cradle potentiometer assy together with its bracket by removing its two support screws.

12 Remove the height potentiometer assy together with its support bracket by unscrewing the two bracket bolts.

13 Disconnect all wires leading from the upper table frame down through the table U–column. Cut any tie wraps
so that all wires which could obstruct the removal of the upper frame are totally free (illustration 2–26).

Note
Label any ground or other wires that are disconnected to aid in proper reinstallation.

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2-9–1 Removal (continued)


14 - TABLE P9185AB/AF/AG
a. Unscrew the two screws holding the electro–magnetic solenoid to the rear of the table frame. Refer to illustra-
tion 2–26.
- TABLE 2129562/3/4
a. Remove the table oil pump. Refer to section 2-12, TABLE OIL PUMP of the Table/Gantry tab of this manual.

GANTRY UPPER STRUCTURAL FRAME


TIE WRAPS

SCREWS (2)
WIRES
SOLENOID

SUPPORT
SCREWS
(4 PER SIDE) UPPER SUPPORT

U – COLUMN

TABLE UPPER STRUCTURAL FRAME SUPPORT


ILLUSTRATION 2–26

15 Remove the four support screws from each side of the upper structural frame (see illustration 2–26). During
installation note that only the right side bolts use slotted holes and therefore require washers.

CAUTION

Crash hazard. The upper structural frame is very heavy. It must be handled or lowered by a
minimum of four people.

CAUTION

Motor damage. Do not rest the structural frame on the cradle motor. Brace the front of the
structural frame so that the motor and other components do not touch the floor!

16 Lower the Upper Structure to the ground carefully.

CAUTION

When removing the upper supports, the U–column must be supported by a third person!

17 Remove the upper supports while supporting the U–column; remove the back cross support and disengage the
upper supports from the U–column bearing pivots.

18 END

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2-9–2 Installation

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 To remount the upper structural frame first perform steps 17 through 11 of section 2-9–1 Table Upper Structural
Frame And Support Removal in their reverse order, but take special care that all hoses are free from catching
on any internal components or frames.

3 Adjust the cradle potentiometer resistance by performing steps 11, 12,13, 18, and 19 of section 2-4 CRADLE
POTENTIOMETER. Do not feed the cable connector up through the table.

4 Adjust the height potentiometer resistance by performing steps 10., 11., 18., and19. of section 2-5 HEIGHT
POTENTIOMETER. Do not feed the cable connector up through the table.

5 Reinstall the TABLE BOARD ASSY protective cover (4 screws) removed to perform the potentiometer resis-
tance adjustments.

6 Perform the Elevation Function Check. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Table, Elevation Function,
Table Height.)

7 Perform the Longitudinal Function Check. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Table, Longitudinal Func-
tion, Cradle Absolute Position.)

8 Install the cradle tray (4 screws).

9 Install the Cradle. Refer to section 2-3 CRADLE.

10 Install the right and left side table covers. Refer to section 2-2 SIDE COVERS.

11 END

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2-10 TABLE PUMP SAFETY FUSE (FOR TABLE P9185AB/AF/AG ONLY)

Special Equipment

D Table Pump Safety Fuse

D Oil (Z9807QD)

D Sealing Tape (PTFE)

D Tie wraps

D Kim Wipe

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”XG” and ”Rotate” switches, and switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the Gantry rear base.

3 Set the Table to its highest position.

4 Move the cradle OUT to its fully retracted position (farthest from Gantry).

5 Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the rear base of the Gantry.

6 Remove the right and left side table covers. Refer to section 2-2 SIDE COVERS.

7 Remove the Cradle. Refer to section 2-3 CRADLE.

8 Remove the cradle tray (4 screws).

9 Remove the front and rear bottom table covers. Refer to section 2-1, BOTTOM COVERS.

10 Remove the top structural frame and support per section 2-9–1 Upper Structural Frame And Support Remov-
al.

11 Unscrew the high pressure input hose from the safety fuse (see illustration 2–27)

12 Remove the safety fuse from the T–joint while holding the check valve parallel to the cylinder. Refer to illustration
2–27.

13 Transfer the end joint from the old safety fuse to the new one using sealing tape around the end leading into the
safety fuse. Wrap the tape one and a half times in the opposite direction to the joint thread.

14 Attach the high pressure input hose to the new safety fuse.

15 Verify that all piping and hosing is in the proper configuration and will not catch. In particular, the check valve
must be parallel to the cylinder, and the input hose should be at an angle of approximately 30_ to the cylinder.
Refer to illustration 2–27.

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16 Install the top structural frame and support per section 2-9–2 Table Upper Structural Frame And Support
Installation.

17 Move the table up and verify that it is operating normally. If there is a shortage of oil (the table will not rise to
its normal limit), then add more oil as described in Section 2-11–1 Table Pump Minor Lubrication.

18 Move the table up and down repeatedly and verify that the hosing does not catch (snare) or pull excessively.

19 Reinstall the cradle tray.

20 Install the Cradle.

21 Install the bottom and side table covers.

22 END

SAFETY FUSE

~30_ CHECK VALVE

U–COLUMN

INPUT HOSE
HYDRAULIC
CYLINDER
END JOINT T–JOINT

SAFETY FUSE

CHECK VALVE

NO INTERFERENCE
(CATCHING)

TABLE CYLINDER/PIPING CONFIGURATION


ILLUSTRATION 2–27

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2-11 TABLE PUMP (FILLING) LUBRICATION

2-11–1 Table Pump (Filling) Minor Lubrication

Special Equipment

D Oil (Z9807QD)

D Sealing Tape (PTFE)

D Kim Wipe

Note
This procedure is to be used for adding small amounts of oil to the pump only (no more than 0.15
liters). Use the instructions in the following section, 2-11–2 Table Pump Major Lubrication, for
the addition of larger amounts of oil such as those needed after replacing the hydraulic cylinder, or
after replacing the pump while the table height is below maximum.

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.
2 Switch OFF the ”XG” and ”Rotate” switches, and switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the Gantry rear base.

3 Move the Table to its highest position.

4 - For TABLE P9185AB/AF/AG:

a. Remove the front and rear bottom table covers. Refer to section 2-1, BOTTOM COVERS.

- For TABLE 2129562/3/4:

a. Remove the Cradle. Refer to section 2-3 CRADLE of the Table/Gantry tab of this manual.

b. Remove the cradle tray (4 screws) .

FOR TABLE FOR TABLE


P9185AB/AF/AG 2129562/3/4

TABLE OIL PUMP

TABLE OIL PUMP LOCATION


ILLUSTRATION 2–28

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5 Remove the small air escape screw and the larger pouring mouth screw from the pump (Illustration 2–29 ).

6 Pour the estimated required amount of oil into the pump; not more than 0.15 liters.

7 Lower the table and watch the pump to see if excess oil spills out of the pump. If oil leaks out of the pump holes
then continue to lower the table slowly while wiping up any oil which spills out of the pump.

8 Verify that the table can rise to its maximum height of approximately 1000 mm measured from the table frame
to the lowest point of the cradle top surface, and that all movement is smooth and normal.

9 Return the small air escape screw and the larger pouring mouth screw using sealing tape. Wrap the sealing tape
about one and a half times in the opposite direction of the threads.

10 - For TABLE P9185AB/AF/AG:


Install the bottom front and rear table covers.
- For TABLE 2129562/3/4:
Install the cradle tray and cradle.

11 END

POURING MOUTH
(LARGE)

AIR ESCAPE SCREW


(SMALL)

OIL PUMP
ILLUSTRATION 2–29

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2-11–2 Table Pump (Filling) Major Lubrication

Special Equipment

D Oil (Z9807QD)

D Sealing Tape (PTFE)

D Tie wraps

D Kim Wipe

WARNING!

CRASH HAZARD! DO NOT USE THE HYDRAULIC CYLINDER AIR ESCAPE HOLE WITHOUT
REMOVING THE UPPER STRUCTURAL FRAME, AND UPPER SUPPORTS FIRST.

Note
This procedure is for the addition of amounts of oil such as those needed after replacing the hydraulic
cylinder, or after replacing the pump while the table height is below maximum.For adding small
amounts of oil to the pump refer to section 2-11–1 Table Pump Minor Lubrication.

- For TABLE P9185AB/AF/AG:

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”XG” and ”Rotate” switches, and switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the Gantry rear base.

3 Move the Table to as high a position as possible.

4 Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the Gantry rear base.

5 Remove the front and rear bottom table covers. Refer to section 2-1, BOTTOM COVERS.

6 Remove the Upper support and upper structural frame per section 2-9–1, Table Upper Structural Frame And
Support Removal.

7 Disengage the upper blocks from the U–column by supporting the column and unscrewing the six support bolts
(see illustration 2–20).

8 Remove the small air escape screw and the larger pouring mouth screw from the pump (Illustration 2–29).

9 Pour the estimated required, lost, amount of oil into the pump.

Note
The total pump capacity is 1.22 liters and the total table system capacity is 1.35 liters.

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10 Retract the cylinder rod, use the down button and push down on the rod, while watching the pump to see if excess
oil spills out of the pump. If oil leaks out of the pump holes then continue to lower the table slowly while wiping
up any oil which spills out of the pump.

11 Open the air breather and let the air in the cylinder bleed out. The sound of air escaping from the air breather
can be heard.

Note
When operating the pump to release air through the air breather, keep the air breather closed while
lowering the table. Only open the air breather while raising (extending the cylinder rod) the table.

12 With the air breather open, operate the pump to fully extend the cylinder rod. Air should escape from the air
breather. In the fully extended position the cylinder to rod base distance, ”A” in illustration 2–30, should be ap-
proximately 255 mm. If maximum extension can not be obtained then add more oil to the pump.

13 Close the air breather and use the pump to fully retract the cylinder rod; push the table down button. In the fully
retracted position the cylinder to rod base distance, ”A” in illustration 2–30, should be approximately 0.5mm.

AIR BREATHER
ROD END

OIL RETURN HOSE


A
Minimum 0.5 mm
Maximum 255mm

HYDRAULIC CYLINDER
ILLUSTRATION 2–30

14 Continue to repeat steps 12 and 13 until no air is left in the cylinder or oil hoses.

15 Install the upper blocks to the U–column and verify that all hoses are free from catching on anything.

16 Install the Upper support and upper structural frame per section 2-9–2, Table Upper Structural Frame And
Support Installation.

17 Move the table up and down and ensure that it is operating smoothly.

18 Verify that the table can rise to its maximum height of approximately 1000 mm measured from the table frame
to the lowest point of the cradle top surface.

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19 Return the small air escape screw and the larger pouring mouth screw using sealing tape. Wrap the sealing tape
about one and a half times in the opposite direction of the threads.

20 Install the cradle, cradle tray, and the side and bottom table covers.

21 END

- For TABLE 2129562/3/4:

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Remove the Cradle. Refer to section 2-3 CRADLE of the Table/Gantry tab of this manual.

3 Remove the cradle tray (4 screws) .

4 Move the Table to its lowest position.

5 Remove the small air escape screw and the larger pouring mouth screw from the pump (Illustration 2–29).

6 Pour the estimated required, lost, amount of oil into the pump.

Note
The total pump capacity is 1.22 liters and the total table system capacity is 1.35 liters.

7 Verify that the table can rise to its maximum height of approximately 950 mm measured from the table frame
to the lowest point of the cradles top surface, and that all movement is smooth and normal.

8 Continue to repeat steps 7 and 6 until no air is left in the cylinder or oil hoses.

9 Return the small air escape screw and the larger pouring mouth screw using sealing tape. Wrap the sealing tape
about one and a half times in the opposite direction of the threads.

10 Install the cradle, cradle tray, and the side and bottom table covers.

11 END

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2-12 TABLE OIL PUMP

Special Equipment

D Table Oil Pump Assy

D DVM (Digital Volt Meter)

D Oil (Z9807QD)

D Sealing Tape (PTFE)

D Tie wraps

D Kim Wipe

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”XG” and ”Rotate” switches at the Gantry rear base.

3 Move the cradle out to its fully retracted position (farthest from Gantry).

4 Raise the Table to its highest position.

Note
If the maximum height can not be achieved then it will be much more difficult to lubricate the pump
following replacement of the table oil pump. The maximum height is approximately 1000 mm mea-
sured from the table frame to the lowest point of the cradles top surface

5 Switch OFF the Table/Tilt switch at the Gantry rear base.

6 - For TABLE P9185AB/AF/AG:

a. Remove the table front and rear bottom covers.


Refer to Section 2-1 BOTTOM COVERS. The Table oil pump is in the position shown in Illustration 2–31.

- For TABLE 2129562/3/4:

a. Remove the Cradle. Refer to section 2-3 CRADLE of the Table/Gantry tab of this manual.

b. Remove the cradle tray (4 screws) .

7 Disconnect the power connector from the oil pump (see illustration 2–31 ).

8 Disconnect the 4–line connector leading from the Gantry to the pump capacitor (see illustration 2–31 ).

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TABLE : P9185AB/AF/AG TABLE BOARD ASSY


CAPACITOR
CAPACITOR
PLATE

OIL
PUMP
GANTRY

TO UPPER
CONNECTOR
POWER
CONNECTOR

TOP VIEW
RED/WHITE WIRES 4 LINE
CONNECTOR
BLACK/WHITE WIRES

Note
For Table P9185AB/AF/AG ONLY: When you order a new table pump (2127320–3), the capacitor
plate must be also replaced with a new one, which is shipped together with the pump. Install the new
capacitor on the new plate using a M4 nut, then install them onto the table base using the two screws
as shown.

New Capacitor

New Capacitor Plate

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FOR TABLE 2129562/3/4


TOP VIEW

GANTRY

OIL POWER CONNECTOR


PUMP

CAPACITOR
VALVE
CONNECTOR

TABLE DRIVER

4 LINE
CONNECTOR

TABLE PUMP/CAPACITOR CONNECTIONS


ILLUSTRATION 2–31

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9 Measure the resistance across the terminals of the pump capacitor using a DVM. If the resistance increases
then the capacitor should be functional. If the resistance is zero or infinite then the capacitor is melted down or
shorted open, perform the procedures outlined in section 2-13, TABLE PUMP CAPACITOR before proceeding.

Note
If the capacitor is dead and therefore replaced in step 9, then perhaps the pump does not need to
be replaced. Check to see if the pump is operational after replacing the capacitor.

10 Disconnect the GND Cable from the Oil Pump (see Illustration2–32 ).

11 Remove the capacitor plate to gain better access to the pump hose nuts and base bolts.

12 Disconnect hose nuts A, B, and C shown in illustration 2–32. A small amount of oil may leak out, this is accept-
able.

13 Transfer the hose joints from the old pump to the new one.

14 Remove the pump by unscrewing the four bolts holding it to the table base.

15 Install the new Oil pump using the 4 base nuts.

16 Connect the hoses using the nuts A, B, and C. Verify that the hose configuration is correct. Refer to illustra-
tion 2–32)

17 Connect the power connector to the new oil pump.

18 Connect the 4–line connector leading from the Gantry to the pump capacitor.

19 Connect the GND Cable to the new Oil Pump.

20 Attach the capacitor plate and capacitor.

21 Add oil to the pump by referring to the following section;

Initial Table Height Prior to Replacement Refer to Section

Maximum (fully extended) 2-11–1, Table Pump Minor Lubrication.


When oiling the pump, the initial amount of oil poured into the pump
should be approximately 140 milliliters.

Less than Maximum 2-11–2, Table Pump Major Lubrication.


When oiling the pump, the initial amount of oil poured into the pump
should be approximately 50 milliliters for every 10 mm that the rod
could not be extended (for every 10mm below the 255 mm maxi-
mum rod extension ”A” in illustration 2–21 ).

22 Lower the Table to its lower limit position.

23 Raise the Table to its highest position.

24 Repeat Step 22 and 23 a few times to remove any air in the Cylinder. Stop this procedure at the table’s upper
limit position.

25 Install the Table Bottom Covers.

26 END

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POURING AIR ESCAPE


SCREW SCREW
(LARGE SIZE) (SMALL SIZE)
JOINT

NUT A JOINT NUT C

NUT B

SET NUT

GND
CABLE
POWER CABLES
TO POWER CONNECTOR
TABLE OIL PUMP
ILLUSTRATION 2–32

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2-13 TABLE PUMP CAPACITOR

Special Equipment

D Table Pump Capacitor Assy (with connectors)

D Tie wraps

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Switch OFF the ”XG” and ”Rotate” switches at the Gantry rear base.

3 Move the cradle out to its fully retracted position (farthest from Gantry).

4 Raise the Table to its highest position.

5 Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch at the Gantry rear base.

6 - For TABLE P9185AB/AF/AG:

a. Remove the right and left side table covers. Refer to section 2-2 SIDE COVERS.

b. Remove the Cradle. Refer to section 2-3 CRADLE.

c. Remove the cradle tray (4screws) to gain access to the inside of the U–column.

d. Remove the table front and rear bottom covers. Refer to Section 2-1 BOTTOM COVERS. The pump capaci-
tor is in the position shown in Illustration 2–31.

- For TABLE 2129562/3/4:

a. Set the cradle to furthest IN position.

b. Remove the cradle tray (4screws) .

7 Remove the capacitor from the capacitor plate by loosening the holding screw. Refer to illustration 2–31.

8 Disconnect the red and white power line connector leading to the pump, its location is shown in illustration 2–31.

9 Disconnect the four line connector leading into the Gantry from the pump capacitor.

10 - For TABLE 2129562/3/4 Only:


Follow the black and white wires from the four wire connectors up through the table U column to where they meet
their upper connector. This will require cutting the tie wraps leading up through the U–column.

11 Mount the new capacitor to the capacitor plate and tighten the holding screw.

12 Connect the pump power connector.

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13 Connect the four line connector near the Gantry.

14 Tie up the loose wires with tie wraps.

15 Switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch and verify that the table moves up and down normally.

16 Switch OFF the ”Table/Tilt” switch.

17 - For TABLE P9185AB/AF/AG:

a. Install the cradle tray and the cradle.

b. Install the upper and lower table covers.

c. install the right and left side table covers.

- For TABLE 2129562/3/4:

a. Install the cradle tray.

18 Switch ON the ”Table/Tilt” switch on the rear base of the Gantry.

19 END

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2-14 HEAD HOLDER RUBBER SHEET

Special Equipment
D Rubber Set
D Kim Wipe
Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual
1. Remove existing rubber sheets from the head holder.
2. Rubber Sheet Selection:

Rubber Selection

NOTICE
In the phase of rubber selection, do not attach the rubber yet !!!
There are variations in horizontal free–play, which come from the latch location. Therefore, the rubbers with different
thickness is supplied as a rubber set to select the proper rubber and achieve a tolerated free–play.
When selecting the thicker rubber, the head holder can be latched securely with less horizontal free–play. However,
this causes hard latching and a customer might use the head holder with no latched, so that the head holder might
drop from the cradle and a patient might be injured.
So, try the different rubber in thickness to select the proper one.
a. First place the two 4.0 mm rubbers (the thickest rubber) onto both edges of the head holder as shown.
Note
D The rubber must be placed with its tab facing out.
D The thickness is printed on the rubber.
D You have only to place the rubber onto the holder. You do not need to set it in an upright position when
selecting the rubber.
Tab

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b. Insert it all the way into the cradle and press the head holder at proper pressure.

Press!

Latched

NOTICE
Do NOT press the head holder at high pressure when latching it. The plastic bolts for mount-
ing the latch mechanism might be damaged.

Plastic Bolts

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c. Check if the head holder is latched on the cradle at the fist step of the latch mechanism. (The head holder does
not need to be latched at the second step.)

Check if the head holder has a small free–play in the horizontal direction.

Check the Head Holder for Horizontal Free Play.

d. When the head holder is not latched (the rubber is too thick to install), repeat steps a to c using the second–
thickest rubber (3.5mm).

Even if the thinnest rubber (0.5mm) can not be used, cut the tab of the 0.5mm rubber.

Tab

Cut !

Note
After adjustment, ask your customer to check the head holder free–play.

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3. Rubber Installation:

a. Clean any dirt off the attaching surface of the rubbers using an alcohol as shown.

b. Peel off a papers from the rubbers, then attach the rubbers on the head holder as shown.
Hold the rubber a few seconds with your fingers to attach it securely onto the head holder.

Note
The rubber must be attached with its tab facing out.

Tab
Tab

Rubbers

c. Latch the head holder to the cradle, then verify tha the head holder has a small free–play in the horizontal
direction.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION PAGE

SECTION 1 – DAS BOARD (XE TYPE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1


1-1 CAM, CAM CONT. AND REF BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1
1-2 ADC, OFST COMP, CIF AND DTR ASSY BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–4

SECTION 2 – DAS BOARD (SS TYPE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–1


2-1 CAM AND REF BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–1
2-2 CAM CONT BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–3
2-3 CIF AND SPC BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2–5

SECTION 3 – DETECTOR (XE TYPE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3–1


3-1 DETECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3–1

SECTION 4 – DETECTOR (SS TYPE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4–1


4-1 DETECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4–1

SECTION 5 – TEMP CONT BOX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–1


5-1 TEMPERATURE CONTROL BOX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–1

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Note
This section applies to Xe Type DAS/Detector.
For SS Type DAS/Detector, see Section 2, DAS BOARD (SS TYPE).

1-1 CAM, CAM CONT. AND REF BOARD

Special Equipment

D CAM, CAM CONT., REF Board

D Dolly/Support Studs

Note
This procedure is written for replacement of all the DAS CAM Boards. However, the same procedure
can be used for replacement of any number of the five CAM boards, CAM CONT boards, or REF
board.

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the 0_ position and lower the Table to the lowest position.

3 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Slip Ring 115V” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4 Remove the front and both side Gantry covers.

5 - DAS: 2123758 Only:


Remove the fourteen screws (front; 6, sides; 4x2) and two nuts. See Illustration 1–1.
- DAS: P9184EA/HA Only:
Remove the six screws and two nuts indicated by a on the DAS from the DAS cover. See Illustration 1–1.

Note
Do NOT over tighten the two nuts when installing the cover or the mating screws will break.

6 Remove the DAS cover.

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DAS: 212375 SCREWS (EACH SIDE)

SCREWS

NUT (EACH SIDE)


TORQUE: 26.5 kg–cm

DAS: P9184EA / P9184HA SCREWS (EACH SIDE)

TORQUE: 26.5 kg–cm(M5 NUT)

DAS COVER RIGHT SIDE VIEW


ILLUSTRATION 1–1

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7 Remove the three flat cable connectors connected between each CAM board and Detector. (Illustration 1–2)

8 Disconnect all connectors from the CAM CONT and CAM boards. (Illustration 1–2)

9 Loosen, Do NOT remove, the two long screws from the back of the CAM board plate. (Illustration 1–2)

10 Unscrew and remove the three screws from the front of each CAM board. (Illustration 1–2)

NCAM CAM CAM CAM CAM

LONG SCREWS

CONNECTORS
TO BE REMOVED

SCREWS

DAS CONNECTOR REMOVAL LOCATIONS


ILLUSTRATION 1–2

11 Remove the CAM boards carefully one at a time.

12 Insert the new CAM boards into position.

13 Perform steps 9 through 3 in their reverse order.

14 Perform the following adjustments. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, System.)

System Calibration, Air and Phantom Calibration

Image Performance Verification

15 END

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1-2 ADC, OFST COMP, CIF AND DTR ASSY BOARD

Special Equipment

ADC, OFST, COMP, CIF, DTR Board


(The DAS P9184EA/HA only contain DTR Board.)

Dolly/Support Studs

Note
This procedure is written for replacement of all the DAS Rear Boards. However, the same procedure
can be used for replacement of any single or combination of boards.

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Move the Gantry into position with the X–Ray tube at about 8 o’clock as in illustration 1–3.

3 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Slip Ring 115V” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4 Remove the front and both side covers.

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5 DAS: 2123758 Only:
Disconnect two connectors and reusable tie–wraps, then remove the rear DAS cover, eight nuts and four screws
(Illustration 1–3).
DAS: P9184EA/HA Only:
Remove the rear DAS cover, eight nuts. (Illustration 1–3).

SCREWS
(DAS:2123758 ONLY)

REAR DAS COVER

REAR COVER NUTS (8)


(TORQUE: 26.5 kg–cm)

SCREW
(DAS:2123758 ONLY)

REUSABLE TIE–
WRAPS
(DAS:2123758 ONLY)

DAS COVER REAR SIDE


ILLUSTRATION 1–3

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1-2 ADC, OFST COMP, CIF AND DTR ASSY BOARD (Continued)

ADC ASSY OFST CIF ASSY DTR


COMP ASSY
ASSY (GANTRY P9184EA/HA ONLY)

DAS REAR VIEW

BOARD LOCATION
ILLUSTRATION 1–4

6 Remove all cables and connectors from each board. The Board locations are shown in illustration 1–4 .
7 Unscrew the six screws securing each board, four screws for the DTR board, and carefully remove all the boards
one at a time.
8 Place the new boards into their respective positions and perform steps 6 through 3 in their reverse order.
Note:
For DAS Assy of the system with CE marking, the cable between boards MUST be correctly con-
nected as shown in Illustration 1–5 .
9 Perform the following adjustments. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, System.)
System Calibration, Air and Phantom Calibration
Image Performance Verification

10 END

FOR DAS OF THE SYSTEM WITH CE MARKING: CORES


CORE

CIF OFST COMP ADC

NCAM CAM
NCAM CONT

WHEN THE INNER CONNECTION CABLES IN DAS ASSY ARE CONNECTED, NOTE THE DIRECTION OF THE
CORE ATTACHED TO EACH CABLE.
CORE OF CABLE BETWEEN CIF AND NCAM CONT: CIF SIDE
CORE OF CABLES (3 cables) BETWEEN CIF AND OFST COMP: OFST COMPSIDE
CORE OF CABLES (2 cables) BETWEEN OFST COMP AND ADC: OFST COMP SIDE
CORE OF CABLE BETWEEN ADC AND CAM: ADC SIDE

CABLE CONNECTION
ILLUSTRATION 1–5

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SECTION 2 – DAS BOARD (SS TYPE)


Note
This section applies to SS Type DAS/Detector.
For Xe Type DAS/Detector, see Section 1, DAS BOARD (Xe TYPE).

2-1 CAM AND REF BOARD

Special Equipment

CAM and REF Board

Dolly/Support Studs

1. Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2. Move the Gantry at the 0 position and lower the Table to the lowest position.

3. Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Slip Ring115V” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4. Remove the front and both side Gantry covers.

5. Power OFF the servo amp breaker.

6. Remove the DAS upper cover by unscrewing five Allen screws and two nuts at each side (right and left). Note
that one of the Allen screws has a washer. See Illustration 2–1.

ALLEN

WASHER

NUT

ALLEN
NUT

DAS COVER
ILLUSTRATION 2–1

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7. Remove the flexible cable at the location corresponding to the board to be replaced.

8. Remove the CAM cover, removing screws (Illustration 2–2). Only for removing left most CAM board of the left
box, remove the CAM cover support bracket, removing 3 screws.

CAM COVER
SUPPORT BRACK-
ET

CAM COVER

CAM BOARD REPLACEMENT


ILLUSTRATION 2–2

9. Remove the CAM board to be replaced.

10. Install the new CAM board.

11. Perform steps 8 through 4 in their reverse order.

12. END

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2-2 CAM CONT BOARD

1. Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2. Perform the procedures of section 2-1 to remove all the CAM, Q–CAL or REF boards of the box where the CAM
CONT board to be replaced is.

3. Remove the metal plate above the CAM CONT board by removing four screws (Illustration 2–3).

4. Remove the front metal plate by removing four screws (Illustration 2–3).

UPPER AND FRONT METAL PLATE REMOVAL


ILLUSTRATION 2–3

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5. Remove the CAM CONT board by removing nine screws (Illustration 2–4).

CAM CONT BOARD REMOVAL


ILLUSTRATION 2–4

6. Install the new CAM CONT board with the nine screws.

7. Perform steps 4 through 2 in their reverse order.

8. END

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2-3 CIF AND SPC BOARD

1. Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2. Move the Gantry at the 0 position and lower the Table to the lowest position.

3. Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Slip Ring115V” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4. Remove the front and both side Gantry covers.

5. Power OFF the servo amplifier breaker.

6. Switch ON the Service switch on the SUB board.

7. Rotate the Gantry to approximately 210 degree tube position by hand.

8. Switch OFF the Service switch on the SUB board.

9. Remove the DAS bottom cover, by removing the six Allen screws and the two nuts (Illustration 2–5).

DAS BOTTOM COVER REMOVAL


ILLUSTRATION 2–5

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10. Remove the six screws indicated in Illustration 2–6 to remove each of CIF board or SPC board of the left side
DAS.

11. Install a new CIF or SPC board.

SPC OR CIF BOARD REPLACEMENT


ILLUSTRATION 2–6

12. To remove the SPC board of the right side DAS, switch ON the Service switch on the SUB board, rotate the
Gantry to approximately 270 degree tube position by hand, switch OFF the Service switch, and then perform
the replacement.

13. Install the DAS bottom cover.

14. Switch ON the servo amplifier breaker.

15. Install the Gantry covers.

16. END

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SECTION 3 – DETECTOR (XE TYPE)


Note
This section applies to Xe Type DAS/Detector.
For SS Type DAS/Detector, see Section 4, DETECTOR (SS TYPE).

3-1 DETECTOR

Special Equipment

Detector Assy

Dolly/Support Studs

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Move the Gantry at the 0 position and lower the Table to the lowest position.

3 Power OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Slip Ring115V” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4 Remove the front and both side Gantry covers.

5 Power OFF the servo amp breaker.

6 Remove the DAS Cover(Inner) according to section 1-1,CAM, CAM CONT. and REF Board (Illustration 3–1 ).

REMOVE DAS COVER (IN-


NER)

DAS COVER (INNER)


ILLUSTRATION 3–1

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7 Remove the 15 flat cable connectors which connected between the DAS and the Detector (Illustration 3–2 ).
Save the O–rings for reconnecting the flat cables to the new detector.

DETECTOR

15 FLAT
CABLE
CONNECTORS

DAS AND DETECTOR FLAT CABLE CONNECTORS


ILLUSTRATION 3–2

8 Disconnect connector CN3 which runs from the Temperature Control Box to the Detector. Refer to illustra-
tion 3–3 .

TEMPERATURE DISCONNECT
CONTROL BOX CONNECTOR CN3

TEMPERATURE
CONTROL BOX

TEMPERATURE CONTROL BOX


ILLUSTRATION 3–3

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9 Switch ON the service switch to the left of the TGP board.

10 Rotate the Gantry by hand(CW) until the Tube is 180 clock wise from the home position and insert the Azimuth
lock pin.

Note
Rotate the Gantry in the CW direction ONLY to protect the Slip Ring Brushes.

11 Turn OFF the service switch.

CAUTION

Shock hazard. Before disconnecting the Detector Bias Supply, Wait at least 5 minutes after
switching the slip ring 115V switch OFF.

12 Disconnect the cable which is connected to the Det. Bias Supply from the detector (Illustration 3–4 ).

DET. BIAS SUPPLY

DET. BIAS SUPPLY(BEHIND)

DETECTOR BIAS SUPPLY


ILLUSTRATION 3–4

13 Place an appropriate stand on the cradle to support the detector. Brace the stand under the Detector using the
”IN/OUT” and ”UP/DOWN” buttons(Illustration 3–5 ).

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MOUNTING NUTS MOUNTING NUTS


TORQUE: 100 kg–cm

STAND

DETECTOR SUPPORT STAND


ILLUSTRATION 3–5

14 Remove the four nylon nuts and washers(Torque:100kg–cm) securing the Detector (Illustration 3–5 ).

15 Remove the Detector carefully.

16 Install the new Detector.

17 Perform steps 14 to 5in their reverse order.

18 Power ON the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Slip Ring115V” switches at the Gantry rear base.

19 Perform the following adjustments. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment.)

Detector temperature setting (DAS/Detector, Temperature Controller.)

Manual Rotation and Clearance Check (Gantry, Rotation Mechanism)

X–Ray alignment (System)

Rotation Balance Check/adjustment (Gantry, Rotation Mechanism)

Calibration (System, System Calibration, Air and Phantom Calibrations)

CT No. adjustment (System, System Calibration)

Image Evaluation (System, Image Performance Verification, Image Performance)

20 END

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SECTION 4 – DETECTOR (SS TYPE)


Note
This section applies to SS Type DAS/Detector.
For Xe Type DAS/Detector, see Section 3, DETECTOR (Xe TYPE).

4-1 DETECTOR

Special Equipment

Detector Assy

Dolly/Support Studs

1. Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2. Move the Gantry at the 0 position and lower the Table to the lowest position.

3. Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Slip Ring115V” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4. Remove the front and both side Gantry covers.

5. Insert the azimuth lock pin.

6. Power OFF the servo amp breaker.

7. Remove the DAS upper cover by unscrewing five Allen screws and two nuts at each side (right and left). Note
that one of the Allen screws has a washer. See Illustration 4–1.

ALLEN

WASHER

NUT

ALLEN
NUT

DAS COVER
ILLUSTRATION 4–1

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4-1 DETECTOR (Continued)


8. Remove all the flexible cables (61) that are connected from the detector to the CAM boards. These cables are
bent according to their position in the DAS. Separate the cables removed from right side of the DAS in one place
and the cables from left side DAS in another place. This will make the installation easier.

9. Remove the ground cable connected to the right end of the detector.

10. Remove the Temperature Control Box cover.

11. Disconnect connector CN3 of the cable, which connects the detector to the Temperature Control Box. See illus-
tration 4–2.

DISCONNECT
TEMPERATURE CONNECTOR CN3
CONTROL BOX

TEMPERATURE
CONTROL BOX

TEMPERATURE CONTROL BOX


ILLUSTRATION 4–2

12. Remove the detector mounting nuts at three locations, two nuts each, using 24mm socket wrench (Illustration
4–3).

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SPHERI-
CAL
WASHERS
(METAL)

SPHERI- DETECTOR PLASTIC


DETECTOR
CAL SPACERS
WASHERS

DETECTOR
MOUNTING NUT
SPHERI-
CAL
WASHERS
(METAL)

DETECTOR MOUNTING NUTS REMOVAL


ILLUSTRATION 4–3

13. Remove the detector.

14. Remove the special Q–CAL adapter connector from the dummy module of the removed detector, the second
module from the right end.

15. Remove the three white plastic spacer from the removed detector and install them to the new detector.

16. Install the flexible cable to the center module (thirty first either from right or left end) of the new detector. Install
also the flexible cables to the two side modules of the center module at both sides, to the total of 5 flexible cables.
These cables are difficult to install once the detector is already installed.

17. Install the connector removed in step 14 to the same module of the new detector.

18. Install the new detector.

19. Install the detector mounting nuts at three locations, two nuts, two spherical (metal) washers and one plastic
spacer each. Tighten the center nut first, then one of side nuts. In each location, tighten the inner nut first and
then the outer nut. When tightening the outer nut, take care not to rotate the inner nut together. (Torque: 300
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20. Switch ON the Service switch on the SUB board.

21. Remove the azimuth lock pin and rotate the Gantry by hand to 180 degree tube position.

22. Switch OFF the Service switch on the SUB board.

23. Insert the azimuth lock pin.

Note
Double check all flex cables on CAM boards. Because the connectors are not keyed, is easy to be
off by 2 pins.

24. Install the flexible cables removed in step 8, to the corresponding side as was separated. The flexible cable with
the adapter board at the DAS side is connected to the first module at the right end (left end when it is at top side).

25. Switch ON the Service switch on the SUB board.

26. Remove the azimuth lock pin and rotate the Gantry to the home position by hand.

27. Switch OFF the Service switch on the SUB board.

28. Insert the azimuth lock pin.

29. Perform the steps 11 through 9 in their reverse order.

30. Perform the steps 7 through 3 in their reverse order.

31. Perform the Detector temperature setting. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, DAS/Detector, Detector
Related Devices, Temperature Controller.)

32 Perform the Rotation Balance check/adjustment after replacement of the detector. (Refer to Functional Check
& Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Machanism.)

33. Perform the X–ray Alignment. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, System, X–ray Alignment–SS Type
Detector.)

34. Perform the Air calibration, Phantom calibration and Hilight calibration. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment,
System, System Calibration.)

35. END

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SECTION 5 – TEMP CONT BOX

5-1 TEMPERATURE CONTROL BOX

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Verify that the Gantry is at the home position.

3 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG”, ”Table/Tilt” and ”Slip Ring 115V” switches.

4 Remove the Gantry right side cover.

5 Remove the TEMP CONT BOX Assy cover.

6 Disconnect the ground wire from the frame of the TEMP CONT BOX Assy.

7 Remove the power terminal cover, two screws, and disconnect the AC 115 V power cables from the terminal.

8 Disconnect the CN3 connector from the TEMP CONT Assy.

9 Remove the four mounting bolts and TEMP CONT BOX Assy from the Gantry.

10 Install the NEW TEMP CONT BOX Assy.

11 Connect the ground wire and AC power cables.


The power cable connections are shown in Illustration 5–1.

12 Adjust the temperature setting potentiometer. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, DAS/Detector, Detector
Related Devices, Temperature Controller.)

13 Re–install the TEMP CONT BOX Assy cover.

14 Re–install the Gantry right side cover.

15 Switch ON all the switches at the Gantry rear base.

16 END

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5-1 TEMPERATURE CONTROL BOX (Continued)

TEMP CONT BOX GROUN


D WIRE

TEMP
CONT
ASSY
GANTRY REAR VIEW ‘CN3’

1 2 3

100 v AC

115 V AC

TERMINAL

115 V AC CABLES
AC 115V POWER CABLES

TEMP CONT BOX


ILLUSTRATION 5–1

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X–RAY GENERATOR
COMPONENT REPLACEMENT

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION PAGE

SECTION 1 – X–RAY GENERATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1


1-1 HV TANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1
1-1–1 Anode(P–side) HV Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1
1-1–2 Cathode(N–side) HV Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–10
1-2 INVERTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–11
1-2–1 Anode(P–side) Invertor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–11
1-2–2 Cathode(N–side) Invertor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–13
1-3 FILAMENT SUPPLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–14
1-4 ROTOR POWER MODULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–16
1-5 CTVRC BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–19
1-6 X–RAY TUBE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–24

SECTION 1 – X–RAY GENERATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1


1–1 HV TANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1
1–1–1 Anode(P–side) HV Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–1
1–1–2 Cathode(N–side) HV Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–10
1–2 INVERTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–11
1–2–1 Anode(P–side) Invertor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–11
1–2–2 Cathode(N–side) Invertor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–13
1–3 FILAMENT SUPPLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–14
1–4 ROTOR POWER MODULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–16
1–5 CTVRC Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–19
1–6 X–RAY TUBE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1–23

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1-1 HV TANK

Special Equipment

D Dolly/Support Studs

D Hoist Arm/Hoist

D HV Tank

D Silicone OIL

D Tiewrap

D Kim Wipe

The following outlines the replacement procedures for both the anode (P)(1-1–1) and the cathode (N)( 1-1–2) tank.
It is important when either tank is lowered onto the ground, that its HV terminal is always facing upward.

1-1–1 Anode(P–side) HV Tank

CAUTION

Shock hazard. Wait more than five minutes following the last scan before performing the fol-
lowing procedure.

Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

1 Set the Gantry to the 0_ tilt position and lower the table to its lowest position.

2 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Table/Tilt” switches at the Gantry rear base.

3 Remove all Gantry covers (front, rear and both sides).

4 Switch OFF the front XG switch located beside the Detector(see illustration 1–1).

5 Switch OFF the servo amp breaker.

6 Switch ON the service switch on the SUB board near the TGP board.

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CATHODE HV TANK
WITH INVERTOR ANODE HV TANK
WITH INVERTOR

FILAMENT SUPPLY
AND
ROTOR POWER MOD-
ULE

GANTRY FRONT VIEW XG SWITCH BOX

HV TANK POSITION
ILLUSTRATION 1–1

7 Rotate the Gantry (CW) by hand until the HV tank is 90_ clockwise from the home position and insert the Azimuth
lock pin.

Note
Rotate the Gantry in the CW direction ONLY to protect the Slip Ring Brushes.

8 Switch OFF the service switch.

9 - For the Gantry: 2175xxx or later (Front Access Gantry)

a. Remove the Hoist Rail locking screw. (illustration 1–2)

HOIST RAIL
LOCKING
SCREW

HOIST RAIL LOCKING SCREW


ILLUSTRATION 1–2

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b. Slide out the Hoist Rail, then install the hoist as shown. (Illustration1–3 )

SLIDE OUT

HOIST INSTALLATION

HOIST INSTALLATION
ILLUSTRATION 1–3

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10 - For the Gantry 2137xxx or lower / P9183xx (Conventional lateral Access Gantry)

a. Remove the front corner support pillar by removing its three Allen screws. (illustration 1–4)

b. Assemble the hoist on the right side of the Gantry.

SCREW

HOIST

PILLAR

SCREW
TORQUE: 58.5 kg–cm
RIGHT SIDE VIEW FROM FRONT

SIDE PILLAR AND HOIST


ILLUSTRATION 1–4

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11 Remove the invertor cover and its four Allen screws(Torque: 70 kg–cm).

12 Verify that the voltage between the 550 VDC(black) (or U1) and 550 RTN(white) (or U2) is zero(0) using a DVM.

13 Disconnect all external cables and wires that are connected to the invertor. The following lines should be re-
moved (illustration 1–5);

1 +550 VRTN (or U2) (thick white cable), 550 VDC (or U1) (thick black cable)
2 +550 VRTN (or U2) (fine white cable), 550 VDC (or U1) (fine black cable)
3 J1 cable connector(side of the Invertor)
4 J1, J6, J7 wire connectors(on the Invertor Gate Driver board)
5 U186, U187, U200, U201 optical wire connectors(on the Invertor Gate Driver board) Do NOT bend.
6 Two cables(P1, P2 terminal on the HV Tank)

14 Disconnect the wires connected to the board on top of the HV tank(J1 & J6).

15 Pull out the main HV cable lead from the tank and discharge it by touching its three prongs to a ground such as
the tank. Wipe any residual oil from the lead to avoid dripping and insert kimwipe into the receptacle to prevent
oil from leaking.

FOR GANTRY P9183xx: FOR GANTRY 2137xxx, 2123xxx, 2117xxx:

1 , 2
6 6

1 , 2

J1
J1
3 4 J7
4 U201
J6
J7
J6 U200

U187 J1
U186
5 5 3

HV TANK AND INVERTOR CABLE CONNECTIONS


ILLUSTRATION 1–5

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1-1–1 Anode(P–side) HV Tank (Continued)


16 Remove the HV cables from the bracket on the inboard side of the HV Tank by cutting the tie wrap and unscrewing
the three screws shown in illustration 1–6.

FOR GANTRY 2137xxx, 2123xxx, 2117xxx:


TIE WRAPS

RING
SCREWS (3)

FOR GANTRY P9183xx:

RING
SCREWS (3)

TIE WRAP

DC550V INVERTOR CABLE


ILLUSTRATION 1–6

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17 To prevent the tank from falling during removal, secure the hoist chain and pull in all slack(loose chain) until the
chain is taut. (illustration 1–7)

SEE DETAIL ”A”

TUBE

TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER


HOOK
ANODE TANK

ANODE TANK

DETAIL ”A”

ANODE TANK HOOK LOCATION


ILLUSTRATION 1–7

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1-1–1 Anode(P–side) HV Tank (Continued)


18 Secure the hoist chain to the tank hook and pull in all loose chain until the chain is taut. Then remove the six
support bolts. (illustration 1–8).

Note
The tightening torque for the M8 nuts is 143 kg–cm.

SIX SUPPORT BOLTS(M8)

TORQUE FOR THE M8 NUT: 143 K–.cm

THIS ILLUSTRATION IS THE


TANK FOR
GANTRY P9183xx.

HV TANK SUPPORT BOLT POSITIONS


ILLUSTRATION 1–8

19 - For the Gantry: 2175xxx or later (Front Access Gantry)


Slide out the Hoist Rail and slowly lower it to the floor. Remember that the HV terminal must face upward.

20 - For the Gantry 2137xxx or lower / P9183xx (Conventional lateral Access Gantry)
Use the hoist to swing the tank to the side and slowly lower it to the floor. Remember that the HV terminal must
face upward.

21 Remove the Invertor from the HV Tank refer to section 1-2,INVERTOR.

22 Remove the Interface Plate and six hexa bolts(Torque: 285 kg–cm) from the HV Tank (Illustration 1–10).

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23 Remove the four nuts(Torque: 143 kg–cm) and bolts securing the Support to the tank and mount the support
to the new tank.
For 2161305/2161306 tanks, use adaptation ring, as shown below. This tank kit includes six rings; use four out
of them, and discard two.

SUPPORT TANK SUR-


FACE

ADAPTATION
RINGS

BOLT ATTACHMENTS
ILLUSTRATION 1–9

24 Add enough Silicone oil (P9110WA) to the new tank to lubricate the full length of the main HV lead (about one
or two caps full).

25 Replace the old HV Tank with the new HV tank by performing steps 22 to 6 in their reverse order.

26 Switch ON the servo amp breaker.

27 Perform a clearance check. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Clear-
ance between Rotational and Stationary Components.)

28 Perform the Rotation Balance check/adjustment after replacement of the HV Tank. (Refer to Functional Check
& Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Rotation Balance.)

29 END

SIX HEXA BOLT


TORQUE: 285 kg–cm

HV TANK

SUPPORT

INTERFACE PLATE
INTERFACE PLATE AND SUPPORT POSITION
ILLUSTRATION 1–10

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1-1–2 Cathode(N–side) HV Tank

CAUTION

Shock hazard. Wait more than five minutes following the last scan before performing the fol-
lowing procedure.

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Perform steps(2 to 6) of 1–1–1 for the Anode HV Tank.

Note
Rotate the Gantry in the CW direction ONLY to protect the Slip Ring Brushes.

3 Rotate the Gantry by hand(CW) until the Cathode HV tank is 270 clockwise from the home position and insert
the Azimuth lock pin.

4 Turn OFF the service switch.

5 Pull out the main HV cable lead from the tank and discharge it by touching its three prongs to a ground such as
the side of the tank. Wipe any residual oil from the lead to avoid dripping and insert kimwipe into the receptacle
to prevent oil from leaking.

6 Remove the jumpers J1, J2, J5 and J6 from the board on top of the HV Tank.

7 Switch ON the service switch.

8 Rotate the Gantry manually until the Cathode HV tank is 90 clockwise from the home position and insert the
Azimuth lock pin. (illustration 1–11)

SEE DETAIL ”A”

POWER SUPPLY

CATHODE TANK

TUBE

HOOK

CATHODE TANK

DETAIL ”A”

CATHODE TANK HOOK LOCATION


ILLUSTRATION 1–11

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9 Turn OFF the service switch.

10 Replace the tank by performing steps a. to 25 from section 1-1–1, Anode(P–side) HV Tank.

11 Perform steps 9 to 2 of this section in their reverse order.

12 Perform a clearance check. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Clear-
ance between Rotational and Stationary Components.)

13 Perform the Rotation Balance check/adjustment after replacement of the HV Tank. (Refer to Functional Check
& Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Rotation Balance.)

14 END

1-2 INVERTOR

Special Equipment

D Dolly/Support Studs

D Invertor Assy

D Tiewrap

1-2–1 Anode(P–side) Invertor

CAUTION

Shock hazard. Wait more than five minutes following the last scan before performing the fol-
lowing procedure.

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the 0_ tilt position and lower the table to its lowest position.

3 Power OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Table/Tilt” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4 Remove all Gantry covers (Front, rear and both sides).

5 Power OFF the front XG switch located beside the Detector. See illustration 1–1 for the box location.

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6 Switch OFF the servo amp breaker.

7 Switch ON the service switch on the SUB board.

Note
Rotate the Gantry in the CW direction ONLY to protect the Slip Ring Brushes.

8 Rotate the Gantry by hand(CW) until the Invertor is 90 clockwise from the home position.

9 Insert the Azimuth Lock Pin to prevent Gantry rotation.

10 Remove the Invertor cover by unscrewing its four Allen screws(Torque: 70kg.cm).

11 Verify that the voltage between the 550 VDC(black) (or U1) and 550 RTN(white) (or U2) is zero(0) using a DVM.

12 Disconnect all external cables and wires that are connected to the invertor. The following lines should be re-
moved; (illustration 1–5)

1 +550 VRTN (or U2) (thick white cable), 550 VDC (or U1) (thick black cable)
2 +550 VRTN (or U2) (fine white cable), 550 VDC (or U1) (fine black cable)
3 J1 cable connector(side of the Invertor)
4 J1, J6, J7 wire connectors(on the Invertor Gate Driver board)
5 U186, U187, U200, U201 optical cable connectors(on the Invertor Gate Driver board) do not bend.
6 Two cables(P1, P2 terminal on the HV Tank)

13 For Gantry P9183xx Only:


Remove the shield Plate, three Allen screws, from the inboard side of the invertor assembly (Illustration 1–12).

SHIELD PLATE

INVERTOR SHIELD PLATE


ILLUSTRATION 1–12

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14 Remove the Invertor and its four hexagonal nuts(Torque: 283kg.cm). See Illustration 1–13.

Note
Perform this step with two people together to support the Invertor and protect it from falling.
Do NOT hold the Invertor by the extension studs or they will break.

THIS ILLUSTRATION IS THE


TANK FOR
GANTRY P9183xx.

HEXA BOLTS HEXA BOLTS


TORQUE: 283 kg.cm)

INVERTOR HEXA BOLT LOCATIONS


ILLUSTRATION 1–13

15 Place the new Invertor assy into position and perform steps14 to 6 in their reverse order.

16 Perform a clearance check. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Clear-
ance between Rotational and Stationary Components.)

17 Perform the Rotation Balance check/adjustment after replacement of the HV Tank. (Refer to Functional Check
& Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Rotation Balance.)

18 END

1-2–2 Cathode(N–side) Invertor


1 Refer to section 1–2–1 for the Anode (P–side) Invertor.

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1-3 FILAMENT SUPPLY

Special Equipment

D Dolly/Support Studs

D Filament Supply

CAUTION

Shock hazard. Wait more than five minutes following the last scan before performing the fol-
lowing procedure.

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the 0_ tilt position and lower the table to its lowest position.

3 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG”, ”Slip Ring 115V” and ”Table/Tilt” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4 Remove all Gantry covers (Front, rear and both sides).

5 Switch OFF the servo amp breaker.

6 Switch ON the service switch on the SUB board.

Note
Rotate the Gantry in the CW direction ONLY to protect the Slip Ring Brushes.

7 Rotate the Gantry by hand(CW) until the Filament Supply is 30_ clockwise from the home position and insert
the Azimuth lock pin.

8 Switch OFF the service switch.

9 Unscrew the four nylon nuts(Torque: 35kg–cm) and two bolts, and remove the filament supply cover (Illustration
1–14).

ANODE HV TANK

NUTS

BOLTS AND

NUTS
FRONT VIEW FROM TABLE

ROTOR POWER MODULE


AND
FILAMENT SUPPLY
COVER
ROTOR POWER MODULE AND FILAMENT SUPPLY COVER
ILLUSTRATION 1–14

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10 Disconnect all external cable connectors that are connected to the Filament Supply board. The following connec-
tors should be removed(illustration 1–15); XJ1, XJ2, XJ3, XJ4, XJ5, XJ6, XJ7 connectors.

INVERTOR HV ANODE TANK


INDICATES
REMOVED CONNECTORS

FILAMENT

SUPPLY XJ2 XJ1


SEE DETAIL ”A”

XJ7 XJ6 XJ5XJ4XJ3

THIS ILLUSTRATION IS THE TANK


FOR
GANTRY P2123xxx, 2117xxx.
DETAIL ”A”

FILAMENT SUPPLY CABLE CONNECTION


ILLUSTRATION 1–15

11 Unscrew the three nuts(Torque: 35kg–cm) shown in illustration 1–16, and remove the Filament Supply.

TORQUE: 35 kg–cm

FILAMENT SUPPLY BACK SIDE VIEW


ILLUSTRATION 1–16

12 Replace the old Filament Supply with the new one by performing steps 11 to 5 in their reverse order.

13 Perform a clearance check. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Clear-
ance between Rotational and Stationary Components.)

14 Perform the Rotation Balance check/adjustment after replacement of the HV Tank. (Refer to Functional Check
& Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Rotation Balance.)

15 END

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1-4 ROTOR POWER MODULE

Special Equipment

D Dolly/Support Studs

D Rotor Power Module

CAUTION

Shock hazard. Wait more than five minutes following the last scan before performing the fol-
lowing procedure.

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Set the Gantry to the 0_ tilt position and lower the table to its lowest position.

3 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Table/Tilt” switches at the Gantry rear base.

4 Remove all Gantry covers (Front, rear and both sides).

5 Switch OFF the front XG switch located beside the Detector(see illustration 1–1)

6 Switch OFF the servo amp breaker.

7 Switch ON the service switch on the SUB board.

8 Rotate the Gantry by hand(CW) until the Rotor Power Module is 30_ clockwise from the home position and insert
the Azimuth lock pin.

9 Switch OFF the service switch.

Note
Rotate the Gantry in the CW direction ONLY to protect the Slip Ring Brushes.

10 Unscrew the four nylon nuts(Torque: 35kg–cm) and its cover(see illustration 1–14).

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11 Remove the Filament Supply assy; refer to the section 1-3, FILAMENT SUPPLY.

12 Disconnect all external cables and wires that are connected to the Rotor Power Module. The following lines
should be removed. When these wires are connected, they must not come in contact with the condensers as
shown in illustration 1–17.

1 +550 VRTN (or U2) (thick white cable), 550 VDC (or U1) (thick black cable)
2 Four optical fiber cables(U53, U87, U124 and U175) Do not bend.
3 CTVRC connector(behind the Gate Driver board)
4 J3, J6, J9 wire connectors

FOR GANTRY P9183xx:


HV ANODE TANK

INVERTOR
ROTOR POW-
ER
550V RTN
MODULE +550V
SEE DETAIL ”A”

U53 U87
CTVRC CONNECTOR

U124
U175

INDICATES J3 J6 J9
CONNECTORS, WIRES AND
CABLES TO BE REMOVED
DETAIL ”A”
FOR GANTRY 2123xxx, 2117xxx:
+550V

550V RTN

U87
U53

U124
U175

J6 J9
J3

DETAIL ”A”

ROTOR DRIVER/FILTER BOARD CABLE CONNECTION


ILLUSTRATION 1–17

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1-4 ROTOR POWER MODULE (Continued)


13 Remove the single long stud(Torque: 143kg–cm) shown in illustration 1–18 from the Rotor Power Module.

14 Remove the Rotor Power Module by unscrewing the three nuts(Torque: 143 kg–cm) shown in illustration 1–18.

INVERTOR HV ANODE TANK

INDICATES
ROTOR POWER MODULE REMOVED STUD, NUTS
AND MODULE

THREE NUTS(TORQUE: 143 kg–cm)


LONG STUD (ONE ONLY)(TORQUE: 143 kg–cm)

ROTOR POWER MODULE


ILLUSTRATION 1–18

15 Replace the old Rotor Power Module with the new one by performing steps 14 to 5 in their reverse order.

16 Perform a clearance check. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Clear-
ance between Rotational and Stationary Components.)

17 Perform the Rotation Balance check/adjustment after replacement of the HV Tank. (Refer to Functional Check
& Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Rotation Balance.)

18 END

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1-5 CTVRC BOARD

Special Equipment

Dolly/Support Studs

CTVRC Board, Adjusted as outlined below

Anti–static Wrist Strap Kit

Preparation
1 Put on an antistatic wrist strap.

2 Adjust the new CTVRC board as follows, refer to Illustration 1–19:

a Remove the optical fiber cables between the following:

U53 and U101

U100 and U124

U87 and U184

U180 and U175

b Move the jumpers JP1 to JP8, eight jumpers, to the ’–ZJ’ setting marked on the board.

3 Remove the antistatic wrist strap.

OPTICAL FIBER
CABLES

JUMPER U53 U87


SOCKETS
U100 U180

EIGHT JUMPERS U101 U184


–ZJ
U124 U175
–ZJ
–HSA
–HSA

CTVRC BOARD ADJUSTMENT


ILLUSTRATION 1–19

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1-5 CTVRC BOARD (Continued)

CAUTION

Shock hazard. Wait more than five minutes following the last scan before performing the fol-
lowing procedure.

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual.

2 Adjust the new CTVRC board as outlined under the Preparation heading of this section.

3 Set the Gantry to the 0 tilt position and lower the table to its lowest position.

4 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Table/Tilt” switches at the Gantry rear base.

5 Remove all Gantry covers (Front, rear and both sides).

6 Switch OFF the front XG switch located beside the Detector(see illustration 1–1)

7 Switch OFF the servo amp breaker.

8 Switch ON the service switch on the SUB board.

9 Rotate the Gantry by hand(CW) until the Rotor Power Module is 30 clockwise from the home position and insert
the Azimuth lock pin.

10 Switch OFF the service switch.

Note
Rotate the Gantry in the CW direction ONLY to protect the Slip Ring Brushes.

11 Unscrew the four nylon nuts(Torque: 35kg–cm) and its cover(see illustration 1–14).

12 Put on an antistatic wrist strap.

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1-5 CTVRC BOARD (Continued)


13 Disconnect all external cables and wires that are connected to the CTVRC board. The following lines must be
removed:

1 +550 VDC(thick black cable), 550 VRTN(thick white cable)


2 Four optical fiber cables(U53, U87, U124 and U175) Do not bend.
3 J1, J2, J3, J5, J6, J8, J9 wire connectors
4 C1–L, E1/C2–L, C1–R, E1/C2–R
5 E2–L, E2–R
6 WHT (Ground between J6 and J8)

HV ANODE TANK

INVERTOR THIS ILLUSTRATION IS THE


CTVRC BOARD TANK FOR
GANTRY P9183xx.

INDICATES
CONNECTORS, WIRES OR
CABLES TO BE REMOVED

C1–L C1–R

E1/C2–L E1/C2–R
550 RTN
J1 J2
+550 V

E2–L E2–R

U53 U87

U124 U175
WHT
(GROUND
)

J3 J5 J6 J8 J9

CTVRC BOARD CABLE CONNECTION


ILLUSTRATION 1–20

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1-5 CTVRC BOARD (Continued)


14 Remove the screws which hold the CTVRC board in place as follows (Illustration1–21):

a Remove the eight (8) screws holding the four electrolytic capacitors

b Remove the two sets of screws/washers from the two corner support posts

CAPACITOR TERMINAL
SCREWS
C1–L C1–R

E1/C2–L E1/C2–R

J1 550 RTN
J2
+550 V

E2–L E2–R THIS ILLUSTRATION IS THE


TANK FOR
GANTRY P9183xx.
U53 U87
J10 J11

SCREW
SCREW (or NUT)
(or NUT) &
& U124 U175
WASHER
WASHER
WHT

J3 J5 J6 J8 J9

CTVRC CAPACITOR TERMINALS


ILLUSTRATION 1–21

15 Install the new CTVRC Board by performing steps 14 to 6 in their reverse order; note the following:
Secure the cables and wires using tie–wraps provided.
When connecting the optical cables to U53, U124, U87, and U175 of the Gate Driver/Filter Board (CTVRC
Board), they must not come in contact with the pins of the upper capacitors (C7, C8, C17, and C18) shown
in Illustration 1–21. The minimum radius of the optical cable curve (loops) must be 35 mm or more.
Bind the optical cables using tie–wrap so that they are kept from contact with R10, R16, R233, and R234.
When installing the cover, be careful not to damage the cables and wires.

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1-5 CTVRC BOARD (Continued)

Keep the optical cables from contact with these resisters.

Optical cables

16 Perform a clearance check. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Clear-
ance between Rotational and Stationary Components.)

17 Perform the Rotation Balance check/adjustment after replacement of the HV Tank. (Refer to Functional Check
& Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Rotation Balance.)

18 Perform several scans, using different parameters (XG, ROTOR: XG ON), and verify that the system is operating
normally and that no XG Error occurs.

19 END

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1-6 X–RAY TUBE


Note:
For the Gantry 2175xxx or later (Front Access Gantry) with Compact Siting Mode 2 (limited in table
down movement), X–ray tube replacement requires two service engineers.

Special Equipment

Cover dolly/Support Studs

Hoist Arm/Hoist

X–Ray Tube

New mounting screws (U0442AA x 4, U0436AA x 4)

Note
These screws come with the X–Ray Tube; however, if not included, order these screws.

Silicone OIL and Candle Stick HV lead Wrench

Tiewraps

Kim Wipe

For MX165Zj Tube – Special short wrench for adjustment

CAUTION

Burn/Shock hazard. Wait more than five minutes following the last scan before performing
the following procedure.

1 Proceed until step END ; Understand and follow the Safety Guidelines Manual (P9011AW).

2 Switch OFF the ”Rotate”, ”XG” and ”Slip Ring 115V” switches.

3 Remove all Gantry covers(Front, rear and both sides).

4 Switch OFF the front XG swtich located beside the Detector.

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1-6 X–RAY TUBE (Continued)


5 Rotate the Gantry until the Tube is approximately 90_ clockwise from the home position.

6 Insert the Azimuth lock pin.

7 - For the Gantry: 2175xxx or later (Front Access Gantry)

a. Remove the Hoist Rail locking screw.

HOIST RAIL
LOCKING
SCREW

HOIST RAIL LOCKING SCREW


ILLUSTRATION 1–22

b. Slide out the Hoist Rail, then install the hoist as shown.

SLIDE OUT

HOIST INSTALLATION

HOIST INSTALLATION
ILLUSTRATION 1–23

c. Slide the Hoist Rail to appropriate position, then attach the hoist chain to the tube hook and pull in all loose
chain until the chain is taut

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1-6 X–RAY TUBE (Continued)


8 - For the Gantry 2137xxx or lower / P9183xx (Conventional lateral Access Gantry)

a. Remove the front corner support pillar by unscrewing its three Allen screws. (Illustration 1–24)

b. Install the hoist (and stopper for MX165Zj ) as shown in Illustration 1–24.

c. Secure the hoist chain to the tube hook and pull in all loose chain until the chain is taunt. (Illustration 1–24)

HOIST SCREW

PILLAR

TUBE

X–Ray TUBE ST1600CT SCREWS


(2)

GANTRY FRONT RIGHT SIDE VIEW

HOI
HOIST
ST
ARM

HOIST
STOP-
PER

TUBE

HEAT
EX-
CHANGER

X–Ray TUBE MX165Zj

HOIST PILLAR
ILLUSTRATION 1–24

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1-6 X–RAY TUBE (Continued)


9 Remove the Filter cover and the Bow–Tie Filter. Refer to Section 1–15, COLLIMATOR FILTER of tab 2, TABLE/
GANTRY COMPONENT REPLACEMENT.

1
FILTER
2

10 Pull out the Cathode main HV cable lead from the Tube and discharge it by touching all three prongs to a ground
such as the tank.

11 Wipe any residual oil from the lead to avoid dripping and insert kimwipe into the receptacle to prevent oil from
leaking.

Note
Take care not to damage the HV CABLE leads.

12 Pull out the Anode main HV cable lead from the Tube and discharge it by touching all three prongs to a ground
such as the tank.

13 Wipe any residual oil from the lead to avoid dripping and insert kimwipe into the receptacle to prevent oil from
leaking.

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1-6 X–RAY TUBE (Continued)
14 Cut the four tie wraps shown in illustrations 1–25 or 1–26, 3 Anode and 1 common.
Two types of MX165Zj X–ray tube exists in the field (same P/N). One is the oil tube from cathode side connected
dirictry to the oil pump (Type 1), another is the tube connected to the radiator (Type 2).

Note:
For the Gantry 2175xxx (Front Access Gantry), only the Type–2 tube can be installed.

HV CABLE (ANODE)

ÂÂÂÂ
TIE WRAP TIE WRAPS HV CABLE (CATHODE)

ÂÂÂÂ
CATHODE

ÂÂÂÂ
ÂÂÂÂ
OIL PUMP

ANODE
ANODE
ÂÂÂÂ
CATHODE

CATHODE
ANODE

TIE WRAPS X–Ray TUBE MX165Zj (TYPE 1)

TIE WRAP
ÂÂÂÂÂ
(COMMON)
ÂÂÂÂÂ
TIE WRAP
TIE WRAP
ÂÂÂÂÂ
ÂÂÂÂÂ
ANODE
ÂÂÂÂÂ
CATHODE

CATHODE
ANODE
RADIATOR
TIE WRAP

X–Ray TUBE MX165Zj (TYPE 2)


TUBE/TANK CONFIGURATION FOR X–RAY TUBE MX165ZJ
ILLUSTRATION 1–25

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1-6 X–RAY TUBE (Continued)

CONNECTOR TIE WRAP


(COMMON)
CATHODE

CATHODE ANODE

ANODE

MOUNTING SCREWS TIE


( REAR SCREWS) WRAPS
(ANODE)

M6 CAP SCREW(ISO)

TOP VIEW
X–Ray TUBE ST1600CT
TUBE/TANK CONFIGURATION FOR X–RAY TUBE ST1600CT
ILLUSTRATION 1–26

YELLOW
CONNECTOR

15 Disconnect the rotor control connector.

16 Disconnect the wire connector on the cathode side (illustration1–27).

17 Unscrew the M6 cap screw, which is used for ISO adjustment


(illustration 1–26, 1–27).

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1-6 X–RAY TUBE (Continued)

CONNECTOR

YELLOW CABLE

M6 CAP SCREW
(ISO ADJUST)
MOUNT BOLT POSITION

X–Ray TUBE ST1600CT

TIE WRAP

CONNECTOR

CABLE DUCT

X–Ray TUBE MX165Zj

X–RAY TUBE FRONT VIEW


ILLUSTRATION 1–27

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1-6 X–RAY TUBE (Continued)


18 Loosen and remove the four mounting screws
(Carefully with the tube secure:Torque = 282 kg–cm).

TORQUE = 282 kg–cm

19 Remove the mounting plate.

MOUNTING PLATE TORQUE = 282 kg–cm

20 Dispose of the four plate screws, do not use them for the new tube.

21 - For the Gantry: 2175xxx or later (Front Access Gantry)


Use the hoist to slowly lower the tube to the floor, with the mounting plate surface facing down.

22 - For the Gantry 2137xxx or lower / P9183xx (Conventional lateral Access Gantry)
Use the hoist to swing the tube to the side and slowly lower it to the ground with the mounting plate surface facing
down.

NEW
SCREWS
(U0436AA)

OLD
SCREWS
23 Install the mounting plate onto the new tube.

MOUNTING PLATE

24 Use the hoist to raise the new tube into place.

25 Replace the Tube and perform steps 18 to 6 in their reverse order.


In step 18, use new screws (U0442AA) for mounting the Tube to the Gantry.

26 Perform a clearance check. (Refer to Functional Check & Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Clear-
ance between Rotational and Stationary Components.)

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27 Perform the Rotation Balance check/adjustment after replacement of the HV Tank. (Refer to Functional Check
& Adjustment, Gantry, Rotational Mechanism, Rotation Balance.)

28 Perform the following check/adjustment procedures after the Tube replacement according to Functional Check
& Adjustment:

X–RAY ALIGNMENT System, X–ray Alignment


DAS OFFSET CHECK DAS/Detector, DAS Operation, DAS Offset Data
mA CALIBRATION X–Ray Generator, X–ray Tube, Tube Calibration
KV & MA CHECK X–Ray Generator, KV and MA
DAS COUNT CHECK X–Ray Generator, X–ray Tube
CALIBRATION System, System Calibration
CT NO. ADJUSTMENT System, System Calibration
IMAGE PERFORMANCE System, Image Performance Verification

29 Install all Gantry covers(Front, rear and both sides).

30 END

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APPENDIX A – SYMBOLS AND CLASSIFICATION

Symbol Publication Description

417–5032 Alternating Current

335–1 Three–phase Alternating Current


A

335–1 Three–phase Alternating Current with neutral con-


AD ductor

Direct Current

417–5019 Protective Earth (Ground)

348 Attention, consult ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS

417–5008 OFF (Power: disconnection from the mains)

417–5007 ON (Power: connection to the mains)

Warning, HIGH VOLTAGE

Emergency Stop

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Symbol Publication Description


Type B

417–5339 X–ray Source Assembly Emitting

417–5009 Standby

Start

Table Set

Abort

Intercom

(on Operator Console)


Power On: light on
Standby: light off

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Symbol Description
Microphone (Mic)

Contrast

Brightness

60_C System storage prior to installation:


Maintain storage temperature between –10° C and +60° C

–10_C

System storage prior to installation:


Maintain non–condensing storage
humidity below 95%
DO NOT store system longer than 90 days

Humidity 5–95%
Excluding Condensation

Air Pressure System storage and shipment:


Maintain Air Pressure between 750 and 1060hPa
750–1060hPa

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CLASS 1 EQUIPMENT
Any permanently installed equipment containing operator or patient accessible surfaces must provide backup protec-
tion against electric shock,in case the BASIC INSULATION fails. In addition to BASIC INSULATION,Class1 equip-
ment contains a direct connection to a PROTECTIVE(EARTH) CONDUCTOR which prevents shocks when a person
touches a broken piece of equipment or touches two different equipment surfaces simultaneously.

TYPE B EQUIPMENT
CLASS I, II, or III EQUIPMENT or EQUIPMENT with INTERNAL ELECTRICAL POWER SOURCES provide an ade-
quate degree of protection against electric shock arising from (allowable) LEAKAGE CURRENTS or a breakdown
in the reliability of the protective earth connection.

ORDINARY EQUIPMENT
Enclosed EQUIPMENT without protection against the ingress of water.

OPERATION 0f EQUIPMENT
CONTINUOUS OPERATION WITH INTERMITTENT LOADING.

Operation in which EQUIPMENT is connected continuously to the SUPPLY MAINS.The stated permissible loading
time is so short that the long term on–load operating temperature is not attained.The ensuing interval in loading is,
however, not sufficiently long for cooling down to the long term no–load operating temperature.

EQUIPMENT not suitable for use in the presence of a FLAMMABLE ANESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR or WITH
OXYGEN or NITROUS OXIDE

CLEANING
The ProSpeed S series system is NOT WATERPROOF. It is NOT designed to protect internal components against
the ingress of liquids.Clean external system surfaces(Gantry,table,consoles and accessories)with a soft cloth dipped
in hot water and wrung DAMP/DRY. (NOT dripping!) IF NECESSARY, use only mild (dish washing liquid) soap to re-
move dirt.

NOTICE

Avoid damage to equipment! Some ”spray and wipe”cleaners etch and permanently cloud
clear plastic surfaces!! Use only warm water and mild liquid soap to clean surfaces.

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