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PRINT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Printlink III - ID/IV


OPERATION MANUAL
CODE NO. ID : 0770 IV : 0771

No. 26-2, Nishishinjuku 1-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-0512, Japan

Thank you for purchasing Printlink III-ID/IV. Before using Printlink III-ID/IV, please read this Operation Manual and obtain sufficient knowledge of the machine. Precautions such as those on operating methods are indicated in order to secure safety. Please keep this manual where it can be referred at any time in the future.

Important notes
(1) This manual must not be reproduced either wholly or in part without permission from Konica Minolta. (2) The contents of this manual may be subject to change without prior notice. (3) If you discover any discrepancies, errors, or omission, please contact Konica Minolta. (4) Notwithstanding item (3), Konica Minolta will not be responsible for claims made for any losses or lost profit arising as a result of the operation of this product.

Precautions to observe
This product (including software) is classified as strategic material under COCOM regulations. This product should not be exported without following the appropriate procedures required by the government authorities.

CONTENTS

CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Safety Warnings & Precautions
Safety Alert Symbols 1-1 Symbol Marks 1-1 Signal Words (Warning Notice) 1-2 Precaution for Using Printlink III-ID/IV 1-3 General Precautions 1-4 Precautions on the Power Source and Power Cable 1-5 Precautions for Installing, Moving, Storing, and Connecting 1-6 Precautions for Maintenance 1-7 Precaution While Using Printlink III-ID/IV 1-8 Precautions for Disposal 1-8

Chapter 2
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6

Product Description
Printlink III-ID/IV 2-1 Functions 2-1 Features of the System 2-1 Operation Diagram 2-2 Name of Each Component 2-3 Controller Screen Transition 2-8

Chapter 3
3.1 3.2
3.2.1 3.2.2

Operating Method
Startup Method 3-1 Exiting Method 3-2
Prior check 3-2 Closing Printlink III-ID/IV 3-3

3.3
3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3

Operating the Laser Imager 3-4


Turning the power ON 3-4 Loading supply film 3-4 How to Control Density 3-4

3.4
3.4.1 3.4.2

Store and Print 3-5


Storing operation 3-5 Print operation3-11

3.5
3.5.1 3.5.2 3.5.3

Erasing Stored Images 3-15


Erasing a frame located in front of the cursor 3-15 Erasing an arbitrary frame 3-17 Erasing all frames in a page 3-19

3.6 3.7

Entering and Editing Patient ID / Patient Name 3-20 Changing the Print Conditions 3-23
Selecting the print condition to set up 3-23 Setting the LUT 3-26 Setting the density 3-26 Setting the contrast 3-27 Setting the image interpolation and smoothing methods 3-28 Setting the image polarity 3-28 Setting the image border 3-29 Setting the border frame 3-29 Setting the print direction 3-29 Saving the Settings 3-29

3.7.1 3.7.2 3.7.3 3.7.4 3.7.5 3.7.6 3.7.7 3.7.8 3.7.9 3.7.10

3.8 3.9
3.9.1 3.9.2 3.9.3

Selecting print conditions 3-30 Changing Image Formats 3-31


Image formats 3-31 Changing an image format 3-33 Precaution for changing a format being stored 3-35

3.10

Changing the Output Destination (Route) 3-36

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3.11

Resuming Output of Printed Image Data 3-38


Invoking printed image data 3-38 Re-printing printed image data 3-41 Canceling a reprint operation 3-41 Editing Printed Image Data 3-42 Protecting a printed log 3-44 Erasing a protected page 3-47 Displaying the SET OPERATION screen 3-53 Setting the store direction 3-54 Setting items for outputting a test pattern 3-54 Setting the patient data overlay display 3-55 Setting the items for auto print 3-55 Setting the items for sending data to the output destination 3-55 Setting the OCR 3-56 Saving the settings 3-56

3.11.1 3.11.2 3.11.3 3.11.4 3.11.5 3.11.6

3.12

Setting Printlink III-ID/IV Operation 3-53

3.12.1 3.12.2 3.12.3 3.12.4 3.12.5 3.12.6 3.12.7 3.12.8

3.13 3.14 3.15 3.16 3.17 3.18 3.19 3.20 3.21

Study Function 3-57 Specifying the Film Size and Film Type 3-61 Specifying the Destination for Ejecting Films 3-64 Stamp Function 3-67 Priority Print 3-70 Error reset 3-73 Specifying the Method for Printing an Image Copy 3-75 Clearing a queue 3-78 Sum of Output Film Display 3-82

3.13.1 When the OCR function is not used 3-57 3.13.2 When using the OCR function 3-59

3.19.1 Setting the copy count 3-75 3.19.2 Copy stop 3-76 3.20.1 Clearing a queue to the sending destination 3-78 3.20.2 Clearing all queues 3-80

Chapter 4
4.1 4.2 4.3
4.3.1 4.3.2

Descriptions of Each Screen


MAIN Screen 4-1 CHANGE STORE POSITION Screen 4-4 PATIENT ID/NAME EDIT Screen 4-5
UPPERCASE ALPHABET INPUT Screen 4-5 LOWERCASE ALPHABET INPUT Screen 4-7

4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7


4.7.1

STATUS Screen 4-9 STORAGE SELECT Screen 4-10 FUNCTION Screen 4-11 FORMAT Screen 4-12
CUSTOM FORMAT Screen 4-14

4.8 4.9 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 4.20

PARAMETER SET Screen 4-15 SET CONDITIONS Screen 4-17 SET LUT Screen 4-18 SET DENSITY Screen 4-19 SET CONTRAST Screen 4-20 SET IMAGE INTERPOLATION & SMOOTHING METHOD Screen 4-21 FILM SET Screen 4-22 SET SORTER Screen 4-23 SET STAMP Screen 4-24 SET PRIORITY Screen 4-26 OUTPUT LOG Screen 4-27 SAVE IMAGES SELECT Screen 4-30 FILM DATA Screen 4-33

4.18.1 OUTPUT LOG Screen - Menu Display 4-28 4.19.1 SAVE IMAGES SELECT Screen - Menu Display 4-31 4.20.1 FILM DATA screen (daily indication) 4-33 4.20.2 FILM DATA screen (monthly indication) 4-34 4.20.3 FILM DATA screen (total indication) 4-35

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4.21 4.22 4.23 4.24 4.25

SETUP Screen 4-36 LOG ON Screen 4-38 ROUTE SELECT Screen 4-39 CONDITION NO. SELECT Screen 4-40 COPY COUNT Screen 4-41

Chapter 5
5.1 5.2

Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting 5-1 Error Code 5-3

Chapter 6
6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4

Maintenance & Inspection


Checking the Fan Operation 6-1 Cleaning the Controller 6-1 Cleaning the Main Body 6-2 Schedule for Maintenance & Inspection 6-3

Specifications Index

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Chapter 1 Safety Warnings & Precautions

Chapter 1
Safety Alert Symbols

Safety Warnings & Precautions


This section describes the warnings and precautions to secure safe operation for using Printlink III-ID/IV.

The safety alert symbols are used to call your attention to matters or operations that are liable of endangering you or other people upon using the machine. Please be sure to read and follow these messages carefully. Furthermore, read and acknowledge the described items and safety standards prior to installing or using the machine.

Symbol Marks
The meanings of the symbol marks used in this manual are listed below.
No. 1 2 3 4 5 Symbol Mark Indicates danger, warning, or caution. Be sure to read the message applied with this mark. Indicates a risk of electric shock. Be sure to read the message applied with this mark. Indicates AC voltage (power source). Means to connect a ground wire. Indicates power standby. This is used for turning the power ON/OFF.

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Signal Words (Warning Notice)


Signal words provide an indication of the level of danger concealed within the product. This manual uses three different signal words depending on the probability and severity of injury or damage as explained below. DANGER WARNING CAUTION : : : Indicates acute hazards that will result in death or serious injuries if not avoided. Indicates dangers that may result in death or serious injuries if not avoided. Indicates dangers that may result in medium-level wounds or minor injuries if not avoided. It is also used to indicate anticipation of damages to property, or of losing, changing, or suspending entered data.

Probability of damage High probability Death or serious injury (serious damage) Medium-level wound or minor injury (minor damage) DANGER WARNING or CAUTION CAUTION Low probability WARNING CAUTION

Bodily injury (or damage to property)

Damage to property only

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Precaution for Using Printlink III-ID/IV


When using Printlink III-ID/IV, please observe all the instructions in the following sections and operate the machine properly. Read this Operatoin Manual thoroughly and ensure that you have a sufficient knowledge on Printlink III-ID/IV. Precautions for replacing the embedded battery Always contact the Konica Minolta Service Representation when the lithium battery embedded in Printlink III-ID/IV must be replaced.

CAUTION Please operate Printlink III-ID/IV according to the instructions and procedures indicated in this manual and the manuals of other devices that are being used in connection. Be sure to observe the precautions indicated in this manual and other related manuals. Neglecting the precautions may lead to bodily injuries or damages to equipment. Do not perform operations other than those that are indicated in this manual or other related manuals. Please contact our service personnel when a problem is noticed in this machine.

WARNING The precautions indicated on the machine or in all related manuals have been carefully examined; however, unpredictable events can still occur. Besides following the instructions, please always practice caution when operating the device. Konica Minolta Medical & Graphic makes no warranty of any loss of important data such as patient data from the use of Printlink III-ID/IV. Please read this manual thoroughly and make sure that data is handled with the utmost caution.

CAUTION Printlink III-ID/IV is compliant with the following radio-wave interference standards: Class B in Voluntary Control Council for Information Technology Equipment (VCCI) Part 15, Class B in Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Using this device may cause radio-wave interference. In such a case, the user may be asked to take appropriate measures.

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General Precautions
WARNING Do not use the device if abnormal sound, smell, or smoke is generated. If, in case, abnormal sound, smell, or smoke is generated, turn the power OFF immediately and disconnect the power plug from the outlet. Then, contact our service personnel. Using the device continuously in the problematic status may result in a fire. Do not insert any wire or metal. Do not insert foreign objects such as wire or metal in the air vent or floppy disk drive. It may lead to an electric shock.

CAUTION Do not let any foreign object or water get into Printlink III-ID/IV. Make sure that no liquids such as water or foreign objects such as pins or clips get inside Printlink III-ID/IV. Such an event may lead to a fire or electric shock. If, in case, something gets into the device, turn the power OFF immediately, disconnect the power plug from the outlet. Never attempt to disassemble the machine. Contact our service personnel immediately.

CAUTION Use the machine in a bright room. Before shutting down the machine or removing a disk, make sure that the hard disk access lamp is OFF. When turning the power OFF and then ON, wait ten seconds or longer before turning it ON. Confirm the status before turning the power OFF. Turning the power OFF while a program is still running may damage the system program or user data and result in faulty system operations. Make sure that all application programs are shut down before turning the power OFF. Clean the machine on a regular basis. Cleaning the device on a regular basis will prevent various problems from occurring.

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Precautions on the Power Source and Power Cable


WARNING Do not handle the power plug with wet hands. Do not connect or disconnect the power plug with wet hands. It may lead to an electric shock. Do not connect a ground wire to a gas pipe. Never connect a ground wire to a gas pipe. It may lead to a gas explosion. Observe the following instructions in order to prevent a fire or electric shock: Make sure that no liquids such as water are poured on the device. Furthermore, do not let any foreign object such as clips or pins get into the device. It may lead to a fire or electric shock. Be sure to use the specified power cable. Use the power outlet with your local regulations for the power supply. Do not let dust or rubbish accumulate anywhere on the power plug. If the power plug or power cable becomes hot, or if the power plug cannot be plugged in firmly, avoid using the machine and contact our service personnel.

CAUTION Do not use a power outlet other than one that is rated. Plug the power cable directly into the specified power outlet. Using a power source other than the one that is rated may lead to a fire or current leakage. Furthermore, do not install the device where an extension cord must be used. Do not connect multiple cables in the same power outlet. If current that flows into the power outlet exceeds the rated amount, the outlet may overheat and result in a fire. Do not use a power cable other than the one specified. Do not use any power cable other than the one that came with this device. If current that goes into the power cable exceeds the rated amount, it may lead to a fire. Furthermore, observe the following instructions in order to prevent a fire or electric shock that may be caused by a damaged power cable. Do not pull the cable portion. Do not twist the power cable. Do not bundle the power cable. Do not secure the power cable with a stapler or other objects. Do not let the power cable get caught between objects. Do not place anything on the power cable. Do not modify or repair the power cable. Do not use a damaged power cable. If the power cable gets damaged, replace it with a new cable of the same specification immediately. Contact our service personnel for details on replacing a power cable. Do not bring the power cable near a heat-emitting device. If you do not plan to use the machine for an extended period of time, be sure to unplug the power cable from the outlet.

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Precautions for Installing, Moving, Storing, and Connecting


WARNING Put away the packing materials. Store the packaging materials that were on the control panel of Printlink III-ID/IV in a place that cannot be accessed by patients. The plastic bag is especially dangerous as an infant may cover it over the head and suffocate.

CAUTION Do not install the device in a place other than the specified area. Do not install Printlink III-ID/IV in the following places or in places other than those specified in this manual. Otherwise, it may lead to a fire. In a dusty area. In an area exposed to direct sunlight. In a humid area such as near a water heater. On an unstable platform. In a poor ventilated area. In an area exposed to oil, smoke, or steam. In an area that becomes both extremely light and dark. In an area that can become extremely hot such as near a heating device. In addition, please do not set the machine directly on the floor. Do not connect or disconnect the interface cable with the power cable connected. Connect or disconnect the interface cable after unplugging the power cable from the power outlet. If you touch a cable or connector with the power cable connected, a fire may occur from a short circuit even when the power switch is turned OFF. Do not use an interface cable other than the one specified. Use an interface cable that is specified by Konica Minolta and check the connecting device and connectors before actually connecting. If the cable is not the one specified or if connected to a wrong device, a fire may occur from a short circuit. Furthermore, observe the following instructions for handling and connecting an interface cable. Do not use a damaged cable connector. Do not place anything on the cable. Do not use a damaged cable. Do not step on the cable. Do not use the machine with a loose cable connection. Do not use the machine set faced up, horizontally, or upside-down. Heat will build up which may overheat the machine and result in a fire. Set the machine properly on a horizontal platform in which the tilt level is 5 degrees or less in order to maintain the features of the machine. Do not clog up the ventilation slots. A ventilation slot is provided on the front and back of the machine to release internal heat. Set the machine so that there is a space of at least 10cm between the slot and a wall or other equipment.

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CAUTION Do not move the machine with the power cable or any other cable connected. The control panel of Printlink III-ID/IV may drop off or the machine itself may fall if the power cable or other cables gets caught while moving and may lead to injuries. Do not move Printlink III-ID/IV even after turning the power switch OFF until it stops completely. Before moving Printlink III-ID/IV or performing similar work that may shake the device to some degree, wait at least 30 seconds after turning the power OFF.

Precautions for Maintenance


WARNING Do not disassemble, repair, or modify the machine. Never disassemble, repair, or modify the machine. Not only will operations become faulty, but it may also lead to a fire or electric shock. If the machine has to be repaired, contact our service personnel. Do not remove the lithium battery. A lithium battery is set inside Printlink III-ID/IV.Do not remove the lithium battery. A lithium battery is liable to explode if it is brought near a flame or soaked in water. In addition, when the lithium battery wears out and the device does not operate properly, do not attempt to replace or recharge the battery by yourself. Be sure to call our service personnel. Do not perform maintenance with the power plug connected. Turn OFF the power and disconnect the power plug from the outlet before cleaning or maintaining Printlink III-ID/IV. If you touch the components inside the device with the power cable connected, it may lead to an electric shock even when the power is turned OFF. Furthermore, disconnect the power plug once in a while and wipe away any dust or rubbish with a dry cloth. The accumulation of dust or rubbish on the power plug or outlet may result in a fire.

CAUTION Be careful of heated components. The built-in hard disk and the other components in Printlink III-ID/IV are extremely hot just after power is turned OFF. Make secure connections. Connect the power cable, interface cable, and boards securely. Faulty contact may occur if they are not connected securely and may lead to generating smoke or a fire. Do not scratch or hit the device with a hard object. This will only damage and break the device. Be sure to clean the internal sections of the machine. Please contact our service personnel and have the internal sections of Printlink III-ID/IV cleaned once a year. Dust accumulating inside the machine may result in overheating or a fire.

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Precaution While Using Printlink III-ID/IV


WARNING Stop using the machine if you hear thunder. If you think thunder and lightning is going to occur, turn OFF the machine and unplug the power cable. If you hear thunder before unplugging the power cable, do not touch the machine or any of the cables. Otherwise, it may lead to a fire or electric shock.

CAUTION Do not put a cup or container contained with any kind of liquid on the device. Operating the machine contained with water, fluid substance, or metal is extremely dangerous. Make sure that no foreign object gets in the machine. Do not use the machine in a room where chemical agents are used or stored. Do not allow the use of a cellular phone or pager near the device. Make sure that the power of cellular phones and pagers are turned OFF in the area where Printlink III-ID/IV is installed. Otherwise, faulty operations may occur from the radio wave. View the monitor from at least 80cm away. Do not work with the machine for an extended period of time. Take a 10 to 15-minute break every hour to rest your eyes if you must work for an extended period of time. Viewing the monitor continuously is harmful to your eyes. Check if there is any problem with nearby televisions or radios when operation the machine. Sound problems may occur in televisions and radios that are in close distance to this device. In this case, set the televisions and radios as far away from this device as possible. Please be extremely careful that the device is not infected by computer virus during network connection or any other connection.

Precautions for Disposal


Dispose of Printlink III-ID/IV according to the following instructions.

CAUTION Be sure to remove the lithium battery from the main unit before disposing of Printlink III-ID/IV. Be sure to dispose of Printlink III-ID/IV and its accessories listed below according to local laws and regulations. Main Printlink III-ID/IV unit Controller Attached cables Printlink III-ID/IV packaging materials Embedded lithium battery

Be certain to comply with any and all laws and government regulations including electric codes and utility regulations, regarding the installation and operation of this equipment.

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Chapter 2

Product Description
This section describes the outline of Printlink III-ID/IV. The Printlink III system uses Printlink III-ID/IV which is connected to the diagnostic device and sends image data directly to an imager, server, or viewer via the network.

2.1 Printlink III-ID/IV

Figure 2.1 Printlink III-ID/IV

2.2 Functions
The following are the main functions of Printlink III-ID/IV. Printlink III-IV Captures video images from the diagnostic device and sends the images through the network. Number of input/output: 1 video input channel, max. 8 network output channels Captures digital images from the diagnostic device and sends the images through the network. Number of input/output: 1 digital input channel, max. 8 network output channels

Printlink III-ID

2.3 Features of the System


The following are the features of Printlink III-ID/IV. Patient data overlay function Patient data such as patient ID or patient name can be overlaid and displayed on a film. In addition, the efficiency of the film assorting task can be improved substantially by printing patient data on a study image in an enlarged size. * An overlay license is required for using the scale printing function.

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2.4 Operation Diagram


The following is a flow chart of how the Printlink III system operates.

Network
Printlink-III Diagnostic device 1 (Video image) controller Printlink-III -IV

Imager 1 (DICOM output)

Printlink-III Diagnostic device 2 (Digital image) controller Printlink III -ID Printlink II -OD Printlink II -DV Printlink II network controller Diagnostic device 4 (Video HG image) Printlink II controller Printlink II -HG Imager 3 Diagnostic device 5 Imager controller

Imager 2 (Digital output)

Diagnostic device 3 (Digital video image)

Printlink II controller

Printlink II network controller

Printlink II -IN Server, viewer, etc. Imager 8

Diagnostic device 16

Image data flow

Device connection

Connection by the host controller kit (optional)

Figure 2.2 Printlink III System Operations

The Printlink III system accumulates images with Printlink III-ID/IV, IN/SV, and Printlink II-DV/HG that are connected to each diagnostic device, and sends the images directly to an imager, server, or viewer via the network. Images are sent to an imager that does not have a network I/F using a digital I/F via Printlink II-OD. Printlink III-ID/IV, IN/SV, and Printlink II-DV/HG on the input side are capable of outputting images to a maximum of 8 imagers, servers, viewers, and/or Printlink II-OD units, and the output destination can be changed using the attached controller. Printlink II-OD on the output side is capable of connecting Printlink II or Printlink III input with a maximum of 16 channels.

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2.5 Name of Each Component


This section describes the names and functions of the Printlink III-ID/IV components.

DVI cable

Serial communication cable

Printlink III - ID/IV Main Body

Controller

Figure 2.3 System Configuration

- Printlink III-ID/IV Main Body The Printlink III-ID/IV main body manages images and controls the image distribution process. A processed image that has been received via digital input or video input is stored in the hard disk in the main unit. - Controller For performing various operations such as entering patient names and patient IDs. - DVI cable (White, "A" mark on the connector) This cable connects the main unit and controller and is used for sending video signals displayed on the controller.
"A" mark on the connector

Figure 2.4 Connector of DVI cable

- Serial communication cable (Black, "B" mark on the connector) This cable connects the main unit and controller and is used for sending data on operation signals.
"B" mark on the connector

Figure 2.5 Connector of Serial communication cable

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Front side of the main body

Power lamp Power switch Reset switch HD access lamp

Figure 2.6 Front Side of the Main Body

- Power lamp Illuminates when Printlink III-ID/IV is operating. - Power switch This is for turning Printlink III-ID/IV ON or OFF. - Reset switch This is for restarting Printlink III-ID/IV. - Hard disk access lamp Illuminates when Printlink III-ID/IV is accessing to the built-in hard disk. Do not turn off the power when this lamp is ON.

Warning Internal data may be damaged if the power switch is turned OFF while the system is running.

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Rear side of the main body


* Shown below is from Printlink III-IV.

PCI card slot

DVI terminal

Ethernet board

USB board

Air vent Serial port Ground terminal Air vent Keyboard terminal Mouse terminal Power connector Figure 2.7 Rear Side of the Main Body

- PCI card slot In the center slot, a digital input board is set for Printlink III-ID and a video input board is set for Printlink III-IV. A host controller board is set in the left slot. (Upon using an option.) - DVI terminal This is for connecting an image to a controller. Connect the DVI cable (The white cable with "A" mark on the connector). - Ethernet port This is for connecting to a network. - USB port This is for connecting a USB keyboard or mouse. - Serial port This is for performing data transaction with the controller. Connect the serial communication cable (The black cable with "B" mark on the connector). - Keyboard terminal This is for connecting a PS2 keyboard.(This is normally not used.) - Mouse terminal This is for connecting a PS2 mouse.(This is normally not used.) Connect the DVI connector side of the video branch cable. - Ground terminal This is for connecting the ground wire.

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- Air vent This is for releasing the heat from the cooling fan outside the machine.

Warning The internal heat cannot be released if the air vent is clogged which may result in faulty operations with the system. Furthermore, do not clog the air vent as a fire may occur from the internal heat.
- Power connector This is for connecting the power cable.

Front side of the controller

Touch panel

[Erase] button

[Store] button

[Print] button Figure 2.8 Front Side of the Controller

- Touch panel This is for performing various operations with Printlink III-ID/IV. - [Erase] button This is for erasing a stored frame that is selected. - [Print] button This is for printing a stored film. - [Store] button This is for storing a received image data in the selected frame.

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Connector section on the controller


External switch terminal

Stand

Power switch

Serial port

DVI terminal

Figure 2.9 Connector section on the controller

- Power switch This is for turning Printlink III-ID/IV ON or OFF. - External switch terminal This is used when storing an image with the external switch. An external switch must be connected. (This function is optional.) - Serial port This is for performing data transaction with Printlink III-ID/IV. Connect the serial communication cable (The black cable with "B" mark on the connector). - DVI terminal This is for connecting images with Printlink III-ID/IV. Connect the DVI cable (The white cable with "A" mark on the connector). - Stand The angle of the controller can be adjusted by setting up this stand.

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2.6 Controller Screen Transition


- Main screen
To *1
Main Screen (P4-1) Condition No. Selection Screen (P4-40)

Copy Count Screen (P4-41)

Function Screen (P4-11)

Route Select Screen (P4-39)

Change Store Position Screen (P4-4)

When more than one storage are selected as the output destination

Status Screen (P4-9)

Storage Select Screen (P4-10)

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*1
Patient ID/NAME Input Screen Uppercase alphabet Input Screen (P4-5)

Patient ID/NAME Input Screen Lowercase alphabet Input Screen (P4-7)

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- Function Setting Screen


To *2
Format Screen (P4-12) Function Screen (P4-11)

To *5

Custom Format Screen (P4-14)

Setup Screen (P4-36)

LOG ON Screen (P4-38)

* This is for the service person.

Film Data Screen (daily indication) (P4-33)

Film Data Screen (monthly indication) (P4-34)

Film Data Screen (total indication) (P4-35)

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- Parameter Setting Screen


Parameter Set Screen (P4-15)

*2 To *3

To *4

Set Conditions Screen (P4-17)

Image Interpolation and Smoothing Method Setup Screen (P4-21)

*3

Set LUT Screen (P4-18)

Set Density Screen (P4-19)

Set Contrast Screen (P4-20)

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Set Priority Screen (P4-26)

*4

Film Set Screen (P4-22)

Set Sorter Screen (P4-23)

Set Stamp Screen (P4-24)

- Output Log Screen


*5

LOG ON Screen (P4-38)

Output Log Screen (P4-27)

Save Image Select Screen (P4-30)

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Chapter 3

Operating Method
This chapter describes the method for operating Printlink III-ID/IV. This section describes the method for starting Printlink III-ID/IV.

3.1 Startup Method

1. 2.

Turn ON the imager subject to output.

Turn ON the power by pressing the power switch on the front side of Printlink III-ID/IV or the rear side of the controller for one second. A buzzer will go off when the power goes on. Release the switch when the buzzer goes off.

Power lamp Power switch

Front side of Printlink III-ID/IV Figure 3.1 Power Switch

Rear side of the controller

WARNING The imager will shut down by force if the power switch is pressed for longer than four seconds and internal data may be damaged when the hard disk is being accessed.
The MAIN screen will appear after the STARTUP screen is displayed on the controller, and the Power LED will illuminate in green. Normal operations can be performed from this status.

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3.2 Exiting Method


This section describes the method for closing Printlink III-ID/IV.

3.2.1 Prior check

1. 2.

Shut down the modalities that are connected to Printlink III-ID/IV.

Wait for the number of remaining queues in the imager to change to zero. Wait for the standby queue to be printed.

Remaining queue

Figure 3.2 Main Screen - Remaining No. of Queues in the Imager

CAUTION If Printlink III-ID/IV is turned OFF when there are still pages remaining to be printed (when the number of remaining queues in the imager in the MAIN screen is not zero), the remaining page(s) will be printed when Printlink III-ID/IV is turned ON the next time.
After performing the prior check, exit Printlink III-ID/IV in the following method.

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3.2.2 Closing Printlink III-ID/IV

1.

Touch the [QUIT] button in the MAIN screen.


[QUIT] button

Figure 3.3 Main Screen - [QUIT] Button

The EXIT CONFIRMATION screen will appear by touching the [QUIT] button.

Figure 3.4 Exit Confirmation Dialog

2.

Touch the [OK] button. The power lamp on the front side of Printlink III-ID/IV will go off and the power will be disconnected. Turn OFF the imager and end the task.

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3.3 Operating the Laser Imager


Konica Minolta M&G Printlink III-ID/IV can be connected to the Konica Minolta M&G Laser Imager DRYPRO Series. The above laser imagers can be operated from Konica Minolta M&G Printlink III-ID/IV, however, some laser imager operations must be performed from the laser imager or imager. This section describes how to operate the imager for daily usage.

3.3.1 Turning the power ON


When the power of the imager connected to Printlink III-ID/IV is not ON, the message "IMAGER not ready" will appear when the STATUS screen (see "4.4 STATUS Screen") is displayed in the Printlink III-ID/IV controller. When this message appears, turn ON the imager according to the instruction in the imager's Operatoin Manual.

Reference Images can be stored or printed even while the message "IMAGER not ready" is displayed. An image stored during this time is memorized in Printlink III-ID/IV and printed after the imager power is turned ON.
If the status does not change after the imager goes ON, display the STATUS screen (see "4.4 STATUS Screen") in the Printlink III-ID/IV imager and touch the [ERROR RESET] button. The message "IMAGER not ready" will disappear and the error status will be released.

3.3.2 Loading supply film


When film becomes empty in the currently used imager, the message "Film empty XXxXX YYY" (XXxXX = film size / YYY = film type) will appear when the STATUS screen (see "4.4 STATUS Screen") is displayed in the Printlink III-ID/IV controller. When this message appears, refer to the Operatoin Manual for the imager and load films in the imager. Reset the error on the imager side when the films are loaded. The error can be reset by displaying the STATUS screen (see "4.4 STATUS Screen") in the Printlink III-ID/IV controller and touching the [ERROR RESET] button. When the error is reset, the message "Film empty XXxXX YYY" will disappear and the error status will be cleared.

3.3.3 How to Control Density


Follow the descriptions in the Operatoin Manual of the imager and control the density from the controller.

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3.4 Store and Print


3.4.1 Storing operation
A storing operation means setting image data sent from a modality to a cursor position in a format. A frame stored with image data will highlight (in green). (1) Normal storing

1.

Press the [Store] button on the controller.

Press the [Store] button.

Figure 3.5 Main Screen - Before Storing Image Data

The image data will be stored in the frame position with the cursor. The cursor will move to the next frame when the image data is stored.

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Repeat Step 1. Image data will be stored in the frame where the cursor is moved into.

Figure 3.6 Main Screen - After Storing Image Data

CAUTION When you are not using the auto-print function (see "(2) Auto Print Setting" in "3.4.2 Print operation" or "(4) Auto Print" in "4.21 SETUP Screen"), the final frame will be overwritten and stored in the next store operation when all frames are stored. CAUTION When you are using the OCR function (see "(6) Ocr Use" in "4.21 SETUP Screen"), the OCR processing may fail if you overwrite and store an image of a different patient ID in the same film, so do not perform this operation. If you must store an image, erase all the images stored in the page using the [ALL ERASE] button and store the image.

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Direct storing This is a function to store a frame by touching the frame in the controller format display directly Frames can be stored at random without moving the cursor.

CAUTION If you want to use the auto-print function (see "(2) Auto Print Setting" in "3.4.2 Print operation" or "(4) Auto Print" in "4.21 SETUP Screen"), you must first store an image in the first frame when no frames are stored in the format or else the function cannot be used. CAUTION Direct storing is valid only in a format in which the total number of frames is 20 frames or less. Furthermore, this function cannot be used for a mixed format.

1.

Touch the frame in the format display that you want to store.

Figure 3.7 Main Screen - Before Storing Image Data

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Image data is stored in the frame that you touched.

Figure 3.8 Main Screen - After Storing Image Data

After image data is stored, the cursor ignores stored frames and moves to a empty frame according to the "Store Direction" setting in the SETUP screen (see "(1) [Store Direction] button" in "4.21 SETUP Screen").

CAUTION The direct storing function cannot be used to overwrite to a stored frame.

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Storing by specifying the position

CAUTION If you want to use the auto-print function (see "(2) Auto Print Setting" in "3.4.2 Print operation" or "(4) Auto Print" in "4.21 SETUP Screen"), you must first store an image in the first frame when no frames are stored in the format or else the function cannot be used.

1.

Touch the cursor display button in the MAIN screen.

Cursor display button

Figure 3.9 Main Screen - Cursor Display Button

2.

Use the cursor button and move the cursor to the frame you want to store data.

Cursor button

Figure 3.10 Change Store Position Screen - Cursor Button

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Press the [Store] button on the controller.

Press the [Store] button.

Figure 3.11 Operation Buttons on the Controller

Image data will be stored in the specified frame. You can continue storing image data in this method. You can also perform print operation in this status (see "3.4.2 Print operation").

4.

Touch the [OK] button to return to the MAIN screen.

Figure 3.12 Main Screen - After Storing Image Data

After image data is stored, the cursor ignores stored frames and moves to a empty frame according to the "Store Direction" setting in the SETUP screen (see "(1) [Store Direction] button" in "4.21 SETUP Screen").

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3.4.2 Print operation


This is an operation to send stored image data to the connected imager or image server. (1) Printing with the Print switch

1.

Press the [Print] button on the controller for one second.

Press [Print] button for 1 second.

Figure 3.13 Operation Buttons on the Controller

Frames stored in the format display of the display are sent to the connected imager or image server. A frame can be sent even when all frames are not stored. After the print operation, all frames will be cleared in format display so that the next film can be received.

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Auto print This is a function to print image data automatically when data is stored in the last frame of the format. Specify the items in the following procedure.

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] button

Figure 3.14 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

2.

Touch the [Setup] button in the FUNCTION screen.

[Setup] button

Figure 3.15 Function Screen - [Setup] Button

The SETUP screen will appear.

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Touch the [Auto Print] button and set Auto Print ON.

[Auto Print] button

Figure 3.16 Setup Screen - [Auto Print] Button

4.

Touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear. The auto print function will be set with the above procedure.

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Auto print operation When an image is stored in the first frame of a format, the auto print function will actuate and the last frame will be applied with a white border.

Figure 3.17 Format Display Upon Auto Print

When an image is stored in the last frame (with a white border), print operation will start automatically.

CAUTION The auto-print function cannot be used if an image is not stored in the first frame when no frames are stored in the format.
The auto print operation will stop if all frames stored in a format are erased with the "erase all" or erase operation (see "3.5 Erasing Stored Images").

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3.5 Erasing Stored Images


While storing image data, data that was stored can be erased.

3.5.1 Erasing a frame located in front of the cursor

1.

Press the [Erase] button on the controller.

Figure 3.18 Main Screen - Before Erasing Image Data

Press the [Erase] button.

Figure 3.19 Operation Buttons on the Controller

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After erasing the image data stored in the frame just before the frame with a cursor, the cursor will move to that frame.

Figure 3.20 Main Screen - After Erasing Image Data

CAUTION If the cursor is at a stored frame, image data stored in that frame will be erased.
Furthermore, if a format is stored with no image data as a result of erasing the data, the auto-print function will become invalid. (See "(2) Auto Print Setting" in "3.4.2 Print operation" or "(4) Auto Print" in "4.21 SETUP Screen".) The auto-print function cannot be used if an image is not stored in the first frame when no frames are stored in the format.

CAUTION When you are using the OCR function (see "(6) Ocr Use" in "4.21 SETUP Screen"), the OCR processing may fail if you overwrite and store an image of a different patient ID in the same film, so do not perform this operation. If you must store an image, print all the images stored in the page or erase them (by touching the [ALL ERASE] button) and store the image.

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3.5.2 Erasing an arbitrary frame

1.

Touch the cursor display button in the MAIN screen.

Cursor display button

Figure 3.21 Main Screen - Cursor Display Button

2.

Use the cursor button and move the cursor to the frame you want to erase.

Cursor button

Figure 3.22 Change Store Position Screen - Selecting a Frame to Erase

3.

Touch the [OK] button to return to the MAIN screen.

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Press the [Erase] button on the controller.

Press the [Erase] button.

Figure 3.23 Operation Buttons on the Controller

Image data in the cursor position will be erased.

Figure 3.24 Main Screen - After Erasing Image Data

CAUTION If a format is stored with no image data as a result of erasing the data, the auto-print function will become invalid. (See "(2) Auto Print Setting" in "3.4.2 Print operation" or "(4) Auto Print" in "4.21 SETUP Screen".)
The auto-print function cannot be used if an image is not stored in the first frame when no frames are stored in the format.

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3.5.3 Erasing all frames in a page

1.

Touch the [ALL ERASE] button in the MAIN screen.

[ALL ERASE] button

Figure 3.25 Main Screen - [ALL ERASE] Button

All stored image data in the page will be erased. After the image data is erased, the cursor will move to the first frame.

CAUTION The auto-print function will stop when all frames in the page is erased. (See "(2) Auto Print Setting" in "3.4.2 Print operation" or "(4) Auto Print" in "4.21 SETUP Screen".)
The auto-print function cannot be used if an image is not stored in the first frame when no frames are stored in the format.

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3.6 Entering and Editing Patient ID / Patient Name


Patient ID and patient name can be entered in each page. If you are not using the OCR function (see "(6) [Ocr Use] button" in "4.21 SETUP Screen"), enter both the patient name and patient ID as they are not entered. When you are using the OCR function, the OCR results of the patient name and patient ID on a film will be displayed. If a patient name or patient ID is not indicated on a film, the default patient name or patient ID specified upon installation will be displayed, therefore, change it to an accurate patient name or patient ID.

CAUTION When using a card reader (optional item), you cannot edit a patient ID or patient name because data read from the card reader is protected. If you must edit the content read from a card reader, edit the content recorded in the magnetic card and then read the content with the card reader.
The entered patient name and patient ID can be written to a film as stamps when printing with an imager. (See "3.16 Stamp Function".) They will be sent as patient data when output to a storage. Furthermore, you can enlarge and print a patient ID or patient name on a film by using the patient data overlay function (optional).

1.

Touch ID / Name displayed in the MAIN screen.


ID/Name display

Figure 3.26 Main Screen - ID/Name Display

The ID/NAME EDIT screen will appear.

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Touch the change input button and select "ID".

Change input button

Figure 3.27 ID/Name Edit Screen

3.

Use the character keys to enter or edit the patient ID. The default ID will be overwritten by the entered characters. When you are using the OCR function, characters that failed in OCR are displayed as "?". Touch the cursor button, move the cursor to "?", and enter the accurate character. For details on the buttons, refer to "4.3 PATIENT ID/NAME EDIT Screen".

4.

Touch the change input button and select "Name".

Change input button

Figure 3.28 ID/Name Edit Screen

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Use the character keys to enter or edit the patient name. The default ID will be overwritten by the entered characters. When you are using the OCR function, characters that failed in OCR are displayed as "?". Touch the cursor button, move the cursor to "?", and enter the accurate character. For details on the buttons, refer to "4.3 PATIENT ID/NAME EDIT Screen".

6.

Touch the [OK] button. When a patient ID or name is entered or edited, a confirmation dialog asking if you want to save the entered or edited contents will appear.

Figure 3.29 Confirmation Dialog - Saving the Entered or Edited Patient ID/Name

The entered or edited patient ID or name will be saved by touching the [OK] button and the MAIN screen will appear. The patient ID and name will be entered or edited with the above procedure.

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3.7 Changing the Print Conditions


Printlink III-ID/IV can be set with 8 print conditions to an output imager and change the condition depending on the situation. You can specify LUT, density, contrast, smoothing method, polarity, border, trim, and flip for each print condition. Change the print condition before storing a page. If you change the print condition after starting the page-store operation, the operation may vary depending on the connected imager. Refer to the method for changing print conditions described in the Operatoin Manual of the imager.

3.7.1 Selecting the print condition to set up

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] button

Figure 3.30 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

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Touch the [Parameter] button in the FUNCTION screen.


[Parameter] button

Figure 3.31 Function Screen - [Parameter] Button

The PARAMETER SET screen will appear.

3.

Touch the [Condition] button in the PARAMETER SET screen.

[Condition] button

Figure 3.32 Parameter Set Screen - [Condition] Button

The SET CONDITIONS screen will appear.

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Touch the condition number button you want to specify.

Currently specified condition number

Figure 3.33 Set Conditions Screen

The PARAMETER SET screen will appear. The currently specified condition number will change to the number indicated on the [Condition] button that you selected.

Condition No. being edited

Print condition parameters

Figure 3.34 Print Condition Parameters

For details on the buttons, refer to "4.9 SET CONDITIONS Screen".

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3.7.2 Setting the LUT


The SET LUT screen will appear by touching the [LUT] button.

Figure 3.35 SET LUT Screen

Touch and select a LUT number button from the 7 LUT numbers. Refer to "4.10 SET LUT Screen" for details on the buttons. When you touch a LUT number button, the LUT number will be selected and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear. Then, the value on the [LUT] button will change to the selected number.

3.7.3 Setting the density


The SET DENSITY screen will appear by touching the [Density] button.

Figure 3.36 SET DENSITY Screen

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Use the [] or [] button and move the light-blue cursor to the density value you want to specify. Refer to "4.11 SET DENSITY Screen" for details on the buttons. The density value at the cursor position will be specified by touching the [OK] button and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear. Then, the value on the [Density] button will change to the specified value.

3.7.4 Setting the contrast


The SET CONTRAST screen will appear by touching the [Contrast] button.

Figure 3.37 SET CONTRAST Screen

Use the [] or [] button and move the light-blue cursor to the contrast value you want to specify. Refer to "4.12 SET CONTRAST Screen" for details on the buttons. The contrast value at the cursor position will be specified by touching the [OK] button and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear. Then, the value on the [Contrast] button will change to the specified value.

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3.7.5 Setting the image interpolation and smoothing methods


The SET SMOOTH screen will appear by touching the [Smooth] button.

Figure 3.38 SET IMAGE INTERPOLATION & SMOOTHING METHOD Screen

Touch and select a button from the 7 image interpolation setting numbers. The image interpolation and smoothing processing cannot be performed if you touch the [OFF] button. Refer to "4.13 SET IMAGE INTERPOLATION & SMOOTHING METHOD Screen" for details on the buttons. The value will be specified by touching the [OFF] button or number button and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear. Then, the value on the button indicating the image interpolation or smoothing method will change to the specified value.

3.7.6 Setting the image polarity


Touch the [Polarity] button in the PARAMETER SET screen and specify the image polarity. The value will change each time you touch the button. "NORMAL" "REVERSE" : : Prints the same image as the stored image. Prints the stored image in the opposite negative/positive display.

Refer to "(6) [Polarity] button" in "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen" for details on the parameter.

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3.7.7 Setting the image border


Touch the [Border] button in the PARAMETER SET screen and specify the image border. The value will change each time you touch the button. "BLACK" "WHITE" : : Fills the image and image border (border of each frame) in black. Sets the image and image border (border of each frame) to transparent.

Refer to "(7) [Border] button" in "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen" for details on the parameter.

3.7.8 Setting the border frame


Touch the [Trim] button in the PARAMETER SET screen and specify the border frame. The value will change each time you touch the button. "NO" "YES" : : A border is not applied to the image. A border is applied to the image.

Refer to "(8) [Trim] button" in "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen" for details on the parameter.

3.7.9 Setting the print direction


Touch the [Flip] button in the PARAMETER SET screen and specify the print direction. The value will change each time you touch the button. "NO" "YES" : : A border is not applied to the image. A border is applied to the image.

Refer to "(8) [Trim] button" in "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen" for details on the parameter.

3.7.10 Saving the settings

1. 2.

T Repeat the procedures from "3.7.1 Selecting the print conditions to set up" to "3.7.9 Setting the print direction" and specify the print condition for the condition number you want to specify. Touch the [OK] button in the PARAMETER SET screen. The MAIN screen will appear. The print condition will be set with the above procedure.

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3.8 Selecting the print condition to use


Select the print condition to use for outputting an image.

1.

Touch the [CondNo] button in the MAIN screen.

[CondNo] button

Figure 3.39 Main Screen - [CondNo] Button

CONDITION NO. SELECT screen will appear.

2.

Touch the condition number button you want to use.

Prior setting

Figure 3.40 Condition No. Select Screen

3.

Touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear. The print conditions will be selected with the above procedure. The new print conditions will be applied from the next film output.

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3.9 Changing Image Formats


3.9.1 Image formats
An image format refers to the pattern for allocating stored images on a film. (1) Available image formats The same image format as in the connected imager can be used for Printlink III-ID/IV. The format that can be used depends on the connected imager, image data size, and film size. For details, refer to the Operation Manual of the connected imager. Indications of image formats The image format is indicated as 3 x 4, 9/2, etc. The following are the meanings of the above two indications. 34 : 3 horizontal frames x 4 vertical frames = 12 frames 9/2 : Mixed-size format with 9 frames on the top row and 2 on the bottom row. Examples of different formats
a. Nomal format (3 x 4) A A b. Rotated format (R3x4)

(2)

(3)

c. Mix format (9/2)

Upper

Lower

Figure 3.41 Examples of Different Formats

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Custom format In addition to the format that is provided, a custom format can be provided according to customer request. Custom formats are registered at installation by our service person after consulting with the user. The following formats can be provided. a) Up to three different scaling factors can be set.
Upper

Middle

3 types

Lower

Figure 3.42 Setting the Image Scale

b)

When specifying an image scaling factor, the space between frames can be omitted (in the vertical and horizontal directions).

Without space

With space

Figure 3.43 Setting Frame Intervals

c)

The frames can be rotated.

Figure 3.44 Rotate Setting

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3.9.2 Changing an image format


This section describes the procedure for specifying or changing the number of frames to print on a film. The specified format will be registered in the print condition number that is currently selected. (See "3.7 Changing the Print Conditions".)

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] button

Figure 3.45 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

2.

Touch the [Format] button in the FUNCTION screen.

[Format] button

Figure 3.46 Function Screen - [Format] Button

The FORMAT screen will appear.

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Select a frame format from "Normal", "Rotate" (90 right rotation), "Mix" (mixed format), "Slide" (slide format), or "Custom" (custom format).

Prior setting

Figure 3.47 Format Screen - Selecting [2x3]

A format that is not displayed can be displayed and selected with the arrow buttons. Highlight the button of the format you want to select and touch the button. For details on the buttons, refer to "4.7 FORMAT Screen".

CAUTION The use of some formats may be restricted depending on the image data and film size. Refer to documentations such as the Operatoin Manual of imagers regarding the formats that can be used.
The CUSTOM FORMAT screen for setting a custom format will appear by touching the [Set] button by "Custom".

Figure 3.48 CUSTOM FORMAT Screen

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A format that is not displayed can be displayed by touching the arrow buttons. Display the format you want to select and touch the format. For details on the buttons, refer to "4.7.1 CUSTOM FORMAT Screen".

4.

Touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear.

Figure 3.49 Main Screen - Screen After Changing a Format

Make sure that the format is changed to the one you selected. The format will be set with the above procedure.

3.9.3 Precaution for changing a format being stored


A format can be changed while it is being stored, however, it cannot be changed to one with fewer frames than the ones already stored. For example, when five frames are stored in a six-frame format, the format cannot be changed to one with four frames or less. Change the format by erasing unnecessary frames to an amount that becomes less than the frames in the format you want to change to.

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3.10 Changing the Output Destination (Route)


You can change the destination (route) for outputting an image.

1.

Touch the [Route] button in the MAIN screen.

[Route] button Figure 3.50 Main Screen - [Route] Button

The ROUTE SELECT screen will appear.

2.

Touch the Imager button that you want to specify as the output destination. Among the registered imagers, only one can be selected as the output destination.

Select 1 imager as the output destination.

Figure 3.51 Route Select Screen - Imager Selection

If you change the selection, the selected status of the imager will be cleared. For details on the priority button, refer to "4.23 ROUTE SELECT Screen".

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Touch the Storage button that you want to specify as the output destination. Select the storage that you want to specify as the output destination from the registered storages. More than one can be selected.

Select a storage you want to specify as the output destination. (More than one can be selected.)

Figure 3.52 Route Select Screen - Storage Selection

The selection of a storage will be cleared by touching it again. For details on the priority button, refer to "4.23 ROUTE SELECT Screen".

CAUTION A storage license is required to output to a storage. For details, contact Konica Minolta.

4.

Touch the [OK] button. The specified output destination is saved and the MAIN screen will appear. The output destination will be changed with the above procedure. The new output destination will be applied from the next film output.

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3.11 Resuming Output of Printed Image Data


The contents of an image data that was once printed can be invoked, edited, and output again by changing the copy count.

3.11.1 Invoking printed image data

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] button

Figure 3.53 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

2.

Touch the [Previous] button in the FUNCTION screen.

[Previous] button

Figure 3.54 Function Screen - [Previous] Button

The LOG ON screen will appear.

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Enter the password to display the OUTPUT LOG screen.

Figure 3.55 Log On Screen

The OUTPUT LOG screen will appear by entering a proper password.

4.

Touch the page you want to output again from the displayed output log.

Figure 3.56 Output Log Screen

If the page you want to output is not displayed, touch the arrow button, scroll the output log, and change the displayed items. For details on the buttons, refer to "4.18 OUTPUT LOG Screen".

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5.

Touch the [OK] button. A confirmation dialog will appear.

Figure 3.57 Confirmation Dialog

6.

Touch the [Yes] button. The selected image data is invoked and the MAIN screen will appear.

Figure 3.58 Main Screen - Invoking an Output Log

CAUTION The patient ID or name of an invoked image data that has already been printed cannot be changed. In addition, when a pre-printed image data is being invoked, you cannot invoke another image data that has already been printed. Refer to "3.17.2 Re-printing printed image data" and invoke a different pre-printed image data after printing or canceling the pre-printed image data being invoked.

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3.11.2 Re-printing printed image data


An invoked image data can be printed in the same way as in a normal storing print.

CAUTION Touch the [Route] button and check the output destination before printing an image data. Otherwise, image data will be output to all destinations that are usually set for output.

1.

Press the [Print] button on the controller for one second.

Press [Print] button for 1 second.

Figure 3.59 Operation Buttons on the Controller

Image data invoked from the output log will be printed again.

3.11.3 Canceling a reprint operation


If you do not want to print the invoked image data, touch the [Previous Cancel] button and erase the image data.

Press the [Previous Cancel] button.

Figure 3.60 [Previous Cancel] Button

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3.11.4 Editing Printed Image Data


A different image data can be stored in the image data invoked in "3.11.1 Invoking printed image data". (1) Overwriting and storing by moving the cursor

1.

Touch the cursor display button in the MAIN screen.

Cursor display button

Figure 3.61 Main Screen - Invoked Output Log

2.

Use the Cursor button and move the cursor to the frame you want to overwrite.

Cursor button

Figure 3.62 Change Store Position Screen - Selecting a Frame to Overwrite

3.

Touch the [OK] button to return to the MAIN screen.

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Press the [Store] button on the controller.

Press the [Store] button.

Figure 3.63 Operation Buttons on the Controller

New image data is stored in the specified frame.

Figure 3.64 Main Screen - Invoking an Output Log (After Overwriting and Storing)

(2)

Overwriting and storing with direct storing The direct storing method does not enable you to overwrite and store image data, therefore, you must erase the image data from the frame you want to overwrite before storing in the direct storing method.

1. 2.

Erase image data from the frame you want to store different image data. For details on erasing image data, refer to "3.5.2 Erasing an arbitrary frame". Touch the frame subject to erasing image data. New image data will be stored in the frame you touched.

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3.11.5 Protecting a printed log


255 pages can be stored in the output log. When this limit is exceeded, the oldest stored page will be erased automatically when a new page is output. You can store a page by setting a protect function to a page you do not want to be erased.

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] function

Figure 3.65 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

2.

Touch the [Previous] button in the FUNCTION screen.

[Previous] button

Figure 3.66 Function Screen - [Previous] Button

The LOG ON screen will appear.

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Enter the password to display the OUTPUT LOG screen.

Figure 3.67 Log On Screen

The OUTPUT LOG screen will appear by entering a proper password.

4.

Display the page you want to protect. Touch the arrow button to scroll the output log and display the page you want to protect.

[Menu] button

Scroll buttons Figure 3.68 Output Log Screen - [Menu] Button

For details on the buttons, refer to "4.18 OUTPUT LOG Screen".

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Touch the [Menu] button. The buttons will change to those in Menu. Touch the page you want to protect in the displayed output log.

[Save] button

[Saved] button

Figure 3.69 Output Log Screen - Selecting a Page to Protect

7.

Touch the [Save] button. The selected page will be protected. You can display the SAVE IMAGES SELECT screen by touching the [Saved] button and confirm the page that you protected.

[Del] button

[Previous] button

Figure 3.70 Save Images Select Screen

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You can release the protection by touching the protected page and the [Del] button. A page released from protection will be erased from the list. Touch the [Previous] button to display the previous page.

8. 9.

Touch the [Return] button. The indication on the button will change back to the previous indication. Touch the [OK] button. The protection setting is saved and the MAIN screen will appear.

3.11.6 Erasing a protected page


CAUTION A page will be erased when the protection is released. Be careful as if you erase a page removed from an output log, it cannot be recovered.

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] button

Figure 3.71 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

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Touch the [Previous] button in the FUNCTION screen.

[Previous] button

Figure 3.72 Function Screen - [Previous] Button

The LOG ON screen will appear.

3.

Enter the password to display the OUTPUT LOG screen.

Figure 3.73 Log On Screen

The OUTPUT LOG screen will appear by entering a proper password.

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Touch the [Menu] button.

[Menu] button

Figure 3.74 Output Log Screen - [Menu] Button

The buttons will change to those in Menu.

5.

Touch the [Saved] button.

[Saved] button Figure 3.75 Save Images Select Screen

The screen will change to the SAVE IMAGES SELECT screen. If the page subject to releasing the protect function is not indicated in the displayed screen, proceed to Step 6. If the page subject to releasing the protect function is indicated in the displayed screen, proceed to Step 9.

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Touch the [Back] button.

[Back] button

Figure 3.76 SAVE IMAGES SELECT Screen - [Back] Button

7.

Display the page you want to release protection. Touch the arrow button to scroll the output log and display the page you want to protect.

Scroll buttons Figure 3.77 SAVE IMAGES SELECT Screen

For details on the buttons, refer to "4.19 SAVE IMAGES SELECT Screen".

8.

Touch the [Menu] button. The buttons will change to those in Menu.

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Touch the page you want to release protection from the protected pages that are displayed.

[Del] button Figure 3.78 Save Images Select Screen - Selecting a Page to Release Protection

10.

Touch the [Del] button. A confirmation dialog for deleting will appear.

Figure 3.79 Delete Confirmation Dialog

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Touch the [Yes] button. The page will be released from protection. The page released from protection will be erased from the list.

[Back] button

Figure 3.80 Save Images Select Screen - After Releasing Protection

12. 13.

Touch the [Back] button. The indication on the button will change back to the previous indication. Touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear.

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3.12 Setting Printlink III-ID/IV Operation


This section describes the procedure for setting the various operations for Printlink III-ID/IV. You can specify Store Direction, whether or not to print a test pattern, whether or not to perform overlay, auto print operation, whether or not to enable transmission to the imager or host (Print Status), and OCR operation (Ocr Use).

3.12.1 Displaying the SET OPERATION screen

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] button

Figure 3.81 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

2.

Touch the [Setup] button in the FUNCTION screen.

[Setup] button

Figure 3.82 Function Screen - [Setup] Button

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The SETUP screen will appear.

Figure 3.83 Setting Screen

3.12.2 Setting the store direction


Touch the [Store Direction] button and specify the direction for storing an image. The value will change each time you touch the button. : : Stores in the horizontal direction against a format. Stores in the vertical direction against a format.

Refer to "(1) [Store Direction] button" in "4.21 SET OPERATION Screen" for details on the parameter.

3.12.3 Setting items for outputting a test pattern


Touch the [Test Pattern] button and set the items for outputting a test pattern. The value will change each time you touch the button. "ON" "OFF" : : Stores the imbedded test pattern without storing images from modalities. Stores in the normal method.

Refer to "(2) [Test Pattern] button" in "4.21 SET OPERATION Screen" for details on the parameter

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3.12.4 Setting the patient data overlay display


The patient data overlay display is a function that enables you to enlarge and print patient data on a film when you are using the patient data overlay function (optional). Touch the [Overlay] button and specify the patient data overlay display. The value will change each time you touch the button. "ON" "OFF" : : Displays by overlaying the display items specified upon installation on a film in an enlarged size. Overlay display is not performed.

Refer to "(3) [Overlay] button" in "4.21 SET OPERATION Screen" for details on the parameter.

3.12.5 Setting the items for auto print


Auto-print is a function that enables you to start printing automatically after storing an image in the first frame and the last frame of a format even when all frames are not stored with an image. Touch the [Auto Print] button and specify the items for the auto-print function. The value will change each time you touch the button. "ON" "OFF" : : Turns the auto print function ON. Turns the auto print function OFF.

Refer to "(4) [Auto Print] button" in "4.21 SET OPERATION Screen" for details on the parameter.

3.12.6 Setting the items for sending data to the output destination
Touch the [PrintStatus] button and specify the items for sending data to the output destination. The value will change each time you touch the button. "START" "STOP" : : Sends data to the imager or host. Stops sending data to the imager or host.

Refer to "(5) [PrintStatus] button" in "4.21 SET OPERATION Screen" for details on the parameter.

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3.12.7 Setting the OCR


The OCR is a function that enables you to read patient data indicated on a film when you are using the study function (see "3.13 Study Function") or patient data overlay function (optional).

CAUTION If you are using an optional patient data overlay function or a storage license, OCR results are required for operation, so be sure to specify ON. CAUTION The [Ocr Use] button is not displayed when using a card reader because data read from the card reader is used.
Touch the [Ocr Use] button and specify the items for performing OCR. The value will change each time you touch the button. "ON" "OFF" : : Performs OCR. OCR is not performed.

Refer to "(6) [Ocr Use] button" in "4.21 SET OPERATION Screen" for details on the parameter.

3.12.8 Saving the settings

1.

Touch the [OK] button in the SET OPERATION screen. The MAIN screen will appear. The operation for Printlink III-ID/IV will be set with the above procedure. The settings will be applied from the next film output.

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3.13 Study Function


The STUDY function performs print operation in unit of study. When you are using the study function, image data will be accumulated in the print queue and will not be printed even by pressing the print button. Image data accumulated in the print queue will be printed in one batch in the following situations. When the [Study] button is touched. (Force print) When image data of a different patient ID is sent to the print queue. (When using the OCR function.) When image data is not sent to the print queue within the time specified at installation for timeout.

CAUTION Please contact our Konica Minolta if the length specified for timeout must be changed.

3.13.1 When the OCR function is not used

1.

Touch the [Study] button in the MAIN screen. The [Study] button indication will change from "OFF" to "0".

[Study] button indication changes to receive count in study queue.

Figure 3.84 Main Screen - [Study] Button (Before Study Output)

2.

Store image data. For details on storing image data, refer to "3.4.1 Storing operation".

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Press the [Print] button on the controller. The page storing image data will be sent to the print queue. When you are using the auto print function, the page will be sent to the print queue automatically when image data is stored in the last frame of the format. Refer to "3.4.2 Print operation" for details on printing image data. The number of films currently accumulated in the print queue is indicated on the [Study] button.

Number of films accumulated in the print queue

Figure 3.85 Main Screen - [Study] Button (Films accumulated in the print queue)

4.

Touch the [Study] button. Image data accumulated in the print queue is printed in a batch operation.

Image data of the same study accumulated in the print queue is printed in a batch operation.

The study function goes off after image data in the print queue is printed.

Figure 3.86 Main Screen - After Study Output

Repeat Step 1 to 4 if you want to continue using the study function.

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3.13.2 When using the OCR function


When the study function is being used, a study of a recognized patient ID is output automatically.

1.

Store the image data. For details on storing image data, refer to "3.4.1 Storing operation".

CAUTION When a character that failed in OCR ("?") exists, refer to "3.6 Entering and Editing Patient ID / Patient Name" and correct the patient ID or patient name.

2.

Press the [Print] button on the controller. The page storing image data will be sent to the print queue. When you are using the auto print function, the page will be sent to the print queue automatically when image data is stored in the last frame of the format. For details on printing image data, refer to "3.4.2 Print operation". When image data with a patient ID that differs from that of an image data accumulated in the print queue is sent, image data accumulated in the print queue will be printed in a batch operation.

Image data of the same study accumulated in the print queue is printed in a batch operation. Figure 3.87 Main Screen - Imager Data Button (Upon Study Output)

Repeat steps 1 to 2 until there is no more image data left to receive.

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Touch the [Study] button after printing data for the last patient. Image data of the last patient in the print queue waiting for the next image data will be printed in a batch operation.

The last study in a waiting status is output.

[Study] button

Figure 3.88 Main Screen - After Study Output

CAUTION Image data of the last patient will not be printed until the length of timeout specified at installation is exceeded unless the [Study] button is touched.

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3.14 Specifying the Film Size and Film Type


This section describes the procedure for specifying the film size and film type to output to an imager.

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] button

Figure 3.89 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

2.

Touch the [Parameter] button in the FUNCTION screen.


[Parameter] button

Figure 3.90 Function Screen - [Parameter] Button

The PARAMETER SET screen will appear.

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Touch the [Film] button in the PARAMETER SET screen.

[Film] button

Figure 3.91 Parameter Set Screen - [Film] Button

The FILM SET screen will appear.

4.

Touch the button of the film size you want to specify.

Prior setting

Select a film size.

Figure 3.92 Film Set Screen

For details on the buttons, refer to "4.14 FILM SET Screen".

CAUTION Information on the film specified in the imager is displayed on the upper-right section. If a non-specified film size is selected, a film-size error may occur in the imager when a film is output.

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Touch the button of the film type you want to specify.

Prior setting

Select a film type.

Figure 3.93 Film Set Screen

For details on the buttons, refer to "4.14 FILM SET Screen".

CAUTION Information on the film specified in the imager is displayed on the upper-right section. If a non-specified film type is selected, a film-type error may occur in the imager when a film is output.

6. 7.

Touch the [OK] button. The film settings will be saved and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear. Make sure that the setting is changed to the one indicated on the [Film] button you selected and touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear. The film will be set with the above procedure. The film settings will be applied from the next film output.

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3.15 Specifying the Destination for Ejecting Films


The destination to eject films can be selected from the sorter (bin, magazine) when a sorter is connected to an imager. The specified content becomes invalid when a sorter is not connected to the imager.

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] button

Figure 3.94 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

2.

Touch the [Parameter] button in the FUNCTION screen.


[Parameter] button

Figure 3.95 Function Screen - [Parameter] Button

The PARAMETER SET screen will appear.

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Touch the [Sorter] button in the PARAMETER SET screen.

[Sorter] button

Figure 3.96 Parameter Set Screen - [Sorter] Button

The SET SORTER screen will appear.

4.

Touch the button indicating the location you want to eject films.

Prior setting

Figure 3.97 Set Sorter Screen

By touching the [PROCESSOR], [MAGAZINE], or one of [BIN_1]-[BIN_6] button, films will be output to that location. The ID sort function will start by touching the [ID SORT] button when the OCR function is being used. When the ID sort function starts, the ejection bin will change each time the patient ID on the film is changed.

CAUTION Our service person will set the sorter bin that can be used with the ID sort function upon consulting with the customer during installation. Please contact Konica Minolta if changes are required.

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The destination for ejecting films will be selected by touching a button and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear. For details on the buttons, refer to "4.15 SET SORTER Screen".

5.

Make sure that the setting is changed to the one indicated on the [Sorter] button you selected and touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear. The sorter will be set with the above procedure. The sorter settings will be applied from the next film output.

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3.16 Stamp Function


The date and time of printing, copy count, modality ID, message, film page number, patient ID, and patient name can be stamped onto a film.

CAUTION When you are using the patient data overlay function (optional) and an item same as a stamp item is specified to be printed in an enlarged scale, scale printing is given priority and stamp for the item is not displayed.

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] button

Figure 3.98 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

2.

Touch the [Parameter] button in the FUNCTION screen.


[Parameter] button

Figure 3.99 Function Screen - [Parameter] Button

The PARAMETER SET screen will appear.

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Touch the [Stamp] button in the PARAMETER SET screen.

[Stamp] button

Figure 3.100 Parameter Set Screen - [Stamp] Button

The SET STAMP screen will appear.

4.

Touch the button of the Stamp you want to output.

Prior setting

Figure 3.101 Set Stamp Screen

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Stamps indicated by the [PAGE NO.] button, [P/ID] button, and [P/NAME] button can be added when the [MESSAGE] button is selected.

Prior setting

The buttons below will be selectable when the [MESSAGE] button is selected.

Figure 3.102 Set Stamp Screen - Selecting [MESSAGE] Button

The selection can be cleared by touching the selected button again. For details on the buttons, refer to "4.16 SET STAMP Screen".

5. 6.

Touch the [OK] button. The Stamp settings will be saved and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear. Make sure that the setting is changed to the one indicated on the [Stamp] button you selected and touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear. Stamps will be set with the above procedure. The stamp settings will be applied from the next film output. Other than a stamp, you can enlarge and print a patient ID or patient name on a film by using the patient data overlay function (optional).

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3.17 Priority Print


When outputting films to an imager from multiple modalities, you can assign priority to the order of output.

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] button

Figure 3.103 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

2.

Touch the [Parameter] button in the FUNCTION screen.


[Parameter] button

Figure 3.104 Function Screen - [Parameter] Button

The PARAMETER SET screen will appear.

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Touch the [Priority] button in the PARAMETER SET screen.

[Priority] button

Figure 3.105 Parameter Set Screen - [Priority] Button

The SET PRIORITY screen will appear.

4.

Touch the priority button to assign the level of priority.

Prior setting

Figure 3.106 Set Priority Screen

The priority for outputting films will be selected by touching the priority button and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear. For details on the priority button, refer to "4.17 SET PRIORITY Screen".

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Make sure that the setting is changed to the one indicated on the [Priority] button you selected and touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear. Priority for outputting films will be set with the above procedure. The priority settings will be applied from the next film output.

CAUTION Films will be output in the specified priority unless the setting is cleared.

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3.18 Error reset


When an error is occurring in an imager or storage, reset the error from the controller.

1.

In the MAIN screen, touch the data button of the destination for resetting the error.

Imager data button Storage data button

Figure 3.107 MAIN Screen - Destination Data Button

The ROUTE STATUS screen will appear by touching the data button. The STORAGE screen will appear if more than one storage is specified as the destination.

Figure 3.108 SELECT STORAGE Screen

The ROUTE STATUS screen will appear by touching the button of the storage to reset an error.

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Touch the [Error Reset] button.

[Error Reset] button

Figure 3.109 ROUTE STATUS Screen

Reset the error in the selected destination. If the status does not change by touching the [Error Reset] button, take measures on the imager side. For details on the buttons, refer to "4.4 ROUTE STATUS Screen".

3.

Touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear. The error will be reset with the above procedure.

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3.19 Specifying the Method for Printing an Image Copy


When you want to make two or more original films, print by changing the copy count. The number of original films that you specified will be printed in one operation.

3.19.1 Setting the copy count

1.

Touch the [Copy] button in the MAIN screen.

[Copy] button

Figure 3.110 Main Screen - [Copy] Button

The COPY COUNT screen will appear.

2.

Use the number buttons and enter a new copy count.

Prior setting

New copy count

Figure 3.111 Copy Count Screen

For details on the buttons, refer to "4.25 COPY COUNT Screen".

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Touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear. The copy count will be set with the above operation. The copy count will be applied from the next film output.

3.19.2 Copy stop


The current copy operation can be stopped from the imager.

1.

Touch the [Imager Data] button in the MAIN screen.

Imager Data button

Figure 3.112 Main Screen - Imager Data Button

The ROUTE STATUS screen will appear.

2.

Touch the [COPY STOP] button.

[COPY STOP] button

Figure 3.113 Route Status Screen

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Excluding the film being copied, the remaining number of copies will be cancelled when the button is touched. For details on the buttons, refer to "4.4 STATUS Screen".

3.

Touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear. A copy operation will stop with the above procedure.

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3.20 Clearing a queue


3.20.1 Clearing a queue to the sending destination
Clear the queue while sending data to an imager or storage.

1.

Touch the data button of the destination for clearing the queue in the MAIN screen.

Imager data button

Storage data button

Figure 3.114 MAIN Screen - Destination Data Button

The ROUTE STATUS screen will appear by touching the data button. The STORAGE screen will appear if more than one storage is specified as the destination.

Figure 3.115 SELECT STORAGE Screen

The ROUTE STATUS screen will appear by touching button of the storage for clearing the queue.

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Touch the [Queue Clear] button.

Number of currently remaining queues [Queue] button

Figure 3.116 ROUTE STATUS Screen

The value for queue becomes "0" and the queue for the selected destination will be cleared. Refer to "4.4 ROUTE STATUS Screen" for details on the buttons.

3.

Touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear. The queue to the target destination will be cleared with the above procedure.

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3.20.2 Clearing all queues

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] button

Figure 3.117 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

2.

Touch the [AllQueueClear] button in the FUNCTION screen.

[AllQueueClear] button

Figure 3.118 Function Screen - [AllQueueClear] Button

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A confirmation dialog will appear.

Figure 3.119 Confirmation Dialog

3.

Touch [Yes]. The MAIN screen will appear and all print queues will be cleared.

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3.21 Sum of Output Film Display


The sum of films output with Printlink III-ID/IV can be displayed.

1.

Touch the [Fnc] button in the MAIN screen.

[Fnc] button

Figure 3.120 Main Screen - [Fnc] Button

The FUNCTION screen will appear.

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Touch the [FilmData] button in the FUNCTION screen.

[FilmData] button

Figure 3.121 Function Screen - [FilmData] Button

The FILM DATA screen (daily) will appear.

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Touch the button indicating the period to sum up data.

Touch the button indicating the period to sum up data.

Figure 3.122 Film Data Screen

The daily sum will be displayed for each film size for the past month by touching the [Daily] button. For details, refer to "4.20.1 FILM DATA screen (daily indication)". The monthly sum will be displayed for each film size for the past year by touching the [Monthly] button. For details, refer to "4.20.2 FILM DATA screen (monthly indication)". When you touch the [Total] button, all films output in the past are summed up and indicated in different sizes. For details on each item, refer to "4.20.3 FILM DATA Screen (total indication)".

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Touch the [OK] button. The MAIN screen will appear.

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Chapter 4
4.1 MAIN Screen

Descriptions of Each Screen


This chapter describes the details of each screen displayed on the Printlink III-ID/IV controller.

This screen displays a list of image data that was received from Printlink III-ID/IV and waiting for output. This screen is displayed at startup.
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Item [QUIT] button ID /Name indication

Description Shuts down Printlink III-ID/IV. Displays a patient ID and patient name captured from OCR. A character input screen appears by touching this section. (See "4.3 PATIENT ID / NAME Screen".) Use this screen if an OCR result needs to be edited. The format specified in the SELECT FORMAT screen (see "4.7 SELECT FORMAT Screen") is displayed. In the format displayed in this section, the frame in "(9) Format display" is displayed. Displays the simple status of the imager. The following information is indicated on the button.

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Selected Format

Output destination Output dest. status (4) Imager Information button No. of remaining queue The section for the status of the output destination is displayed in blue (normal status), yellow (warning status), or red (error status). The STATUS screen spears by touching this button and the details of the status can be confirmed. (See "4.4 STATUS Screen".) Displays the simple status of the storage. The following information is indicated on the button. Output destination Output dest. status (5) Storage Information Button The section for the status of the output destination is displayed in blue (normal status), yellow (warning status), or red (error status). The STATUS screen spears by touching this button when 1 storage is connected and you can confirm the details of the status. (See "4.4 STATUS Screen".) If more than one storage is connected, the Storage Select Screen will appear. (See "4.5 STORAGE SELECT Screen".) Releases all stored image data and return "(8) Format indication" to default. Displays the FUNCTION screen for setting various items. (See "4.6 FUNCTION Screen".) The SET FUNCTION screen enables you to select formats, specify parameters, re-print printed image data, display the sum of output films, specify operations, and clear queues. Displays the ROUTE SELECT screen to select the output destination. (See "4.23 ROUTE SELECT Screen".) Displays the current output format to check the store position. * If the selected format is "Normal" or "Rotate" and the number of frames is "4x5", direct storing can be perform by touch the frame. (See "3.9.1 Description of image formats.") Indicates status in color and displays error code, etc. Indicates status in color and displays error code, etc.

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Item Cursor display button Film size indication

Description Displays the CHANGE STORE POSITION screen to change the store position. (See "4.2 CHANGE STORE POSITION Screen".) Displays the film size specified in the FILM SETUP screen (see "4.14 FILM SETUP Screen"). Displays the film type specified in the FILM SETUP screen (see "4.14 FILM SETUP Screen"). B C DRB : : : Blue Film Clear Film DR Blue Film

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Film type indication

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Page indication Sorter No. indication [Cond No] button [Copy] button

Indicates the page number of the film being stored. Displays the sorter in the destination for outputting films which is specified in the SORTER SETUP screen (see "4.15 SET SORTER Screen"). Displays the CONDITION NO. SELECT Screen to select print conditions. (See "4.24 CONDITION NO. SELECT Screen".) Displays the COPY COUNT screen to set the copy count. (See "4.25 COPY COUNT Screen".) Prints study in unit of patient. The study function changes between ON/OFF by touching the button. When the study function is ON, the number of image data received in the same study is indicated on the button. "Next" is indicated on the button when the OCR setting upon using a storage license is ON (see "(6) [Ocr Use] buttun" in "4.21 SETUP Screen"). * A storage license is an optional item.

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[Study] button

"OFF" is indicated on the button when the study function is OFF. The [Previous Cancel] button is displayed during Previous Print. The print operation of the invoked page will be cancelled by touching the [Previous Cancel] button.

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4.2 CHANGE STORE POSITION Screen


This screen enables you to specify the store position of received images.

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Figure 4.2 CHANGE STORE POSITION Screen No (1) Item Format display Description Touch the frame to specify as the store position. Moves the store position selected in "(1) Format display". : Moves the selected store position up by 1. : Moves the selected store position to the right by 1. : Moves the selected store position to the left by 1. : Moves the selected store position down by 1. Determines the new store position and returns to the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

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4.3 PATIENT ID/NAME EDIT Screen


This screen enables you to enter or edit a patient ID or patient name.

4.3.1 UPPERCASE ALPHABET INPUT Screen


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Figure 4.3 UPPERCASE ALPHABET INPUT Screen No Item Description Changes between Patient ID and Patient Name to edit either one by touching this button. A light-blue mark is applied by the selected item. "(2) Patient ID" can be edited when "ID" is selected. "(3) Patient Name" can be edited when "Name" is selected. Displays a patient ID. The patient ID can be edited if "ID" is selected in "(1) Change input button". When the OCR function is being used, a character that failed in OCR is indicated as "?". Adjust the cursor in "(4) Cursor button" to "?" and enter the correct character. Displays a patient name. The patient name can be edited if "Name" is selected in "(1) Change input button". When the OCR function is being used, a character that failed in OCR is indicated as "?". Adjust the cursor in "(4) Cursor button" to "?" and enter the correct character.

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Change input button

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Item Cursor button

Description Moves the cursor for entering "(2) Patient ID" and "(3) Patient Name". : Moves the cursor to the right by 1. : Moves the cursor to the left by 1. Uppercase alphabets that can be entered are indicated on the button. Enters a character in the selected section by touching the button. The character on the selected button is overwritten in the cursor position. Use the "(7) [Ins] button" if you want to insert a character. Enters a space in the cursor position. The space is overwritten in the cursor position. Enables inserting 1 character in the cursor position. If you want to insert a character, use "(4) Cursor button" and return the cursor to the left by 1. Deletes a character on the left of the cursor and moves all characters on the right side of the cursor to the left by 1. Deletes a character in the cursor position and moves all characters on the right side of the cursor to the left by 1. Not used. Displays the LOWERCASE ALPHABET INPUT screen. (See "4.3.2 LOWERCASE ALPHABET INPUT Screen".) Cancels the edited contents and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".) Saves the edited contents and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

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Character keyboard

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[Sp] button [Ins] button [Bs] button [Del] button [Font] button [Aa] button [Cancel] button [OK] button

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Figure 4.4 LOWERCASE ALPHABET INPUT Screen No Item Description Changes between Patient ID and Patient Name to edit either one by touching this button. A light-blue mark is applied by the selected item. "(2) Patient ID" can be edited when "ID" is selected. "(3) Patient Name" can be edited when "Name" is selected. Displays a patient ID. The patient ID can be edited if "ID" is selected in "(1) Change input button". When the OCR function is being used, a character that failed in OCR is indicated as "?". Adjust the cursor in "(4) Cursor button" to "?" and enter the correct character. Displays a patient name. The patient name can be edited if "Name" is selected in "(1) Change input button". When the OCR function is being used, a character that failed in OCR is indicated as "?". Adjust the cursor in "(4) Cursor button" to "?" and enter the correct character.

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Change input button

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Item Cursor button

Description Moves the cursor for entering "(2) Patient ID" and "(3) Patient Name". : Moves the cursor to the right by 1. : Moves the cursor to the left by 1. Lowercase alphabets that can be entered are indicated on the button. Enters a character in the selected section by touching the button. The character on the selected button is overwritten in the cursor position. Use the "(7) [Ins] button" if you want to insert a character. Enters a space in the cursor position. The space is overwritten in the cursor position. Enables inserting 1 character in the cursor position. If you want to insert a character, use "(4) Cursor button" and return the cursor to the left by 1. Deletes a character on the left of the cursor and moves all characters on the right side of the cursor to the left by 1. Deletes a character in the cursor position and moves all characters on the right side of the cursor to the left by 1. Not used. Displays the UPPERCASE ALPHABET INPUT screen. (See "4.3.1 UPPERCASE ALPHABET INPUT Screen".) Cancels the edited contents and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".) Saves the edited contents and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

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Character keyboard

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[Sp] button [Ins] button [Bs] button [Del] button [Font] button [aA] button [Cancel] button [OK] button

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4.4 STATUS Screen


This screen enables you to check the status of the imager and storage connected to Printlink III-ID/IV.

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(9) Figure 4.5 STATUS Screen No. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Item Imager / Storage Status indication Status message [Error Reset] button Copy Description Displays the name of the selected imager or storage. Displays the status of the selected imager or storage. The status from left to right is blue (normal status), yellow (warning status), and red (error status) A detailed message of the status in "(2) Status indication" is displayed. Resets an error status when an error occurs. * This button does not function at times other than an error. Displays the specified copy count. (See "4.25 COPY COUNT Screen".) * This section is shaded when a storage is selected. Stops a copy print operation when a multiple number of copies are being made. (See "4.25 COPY COUNT Screen".) * This section is shaded when a storage is selected. Displays the number of queues waiting for output. Deletes the queues (in "(7) Queue") waiting for output in the selected imager or storage. Returns to the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

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[COPY STOP] button Queue [Queue Clear] [OK] button

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4.5 STORAGE SELECT Screen


This screen is used for selecting a storage to display a STATUS screen (see "4.4 STATUS Screen") when more than one storage is connected to Printlink III-ID/IV.

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Storage select button

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4.6 FUNCTION Screen


This screen displays the various setting menus in Printlink III-ID/IV.
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(5) Figure 4.7 FUNCTION Screen No. (1) (2) Item [Format] button [Parameter] button

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Description The FORMAT screen will appear. (See "4.7 FORMAT Screen".) Displays the PARAMETER screen to set various parameters for image data. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".) Displays the OUTPUT LOG screen to output image data that was output before. (See "4.18 OUTPUT LOG Screen".) * A password is required to display the OUTPUT LOG screen. (See "4.22 LOG ON Screen".) Displays the FILM DATA screen that indicates the number of output films. (See "4.20 FILM DATA Screen".) Displays the SETUP screen to specify Printlink III-ID/IV operations. (See "4.21 SETUP Screen".) Clears all queues waiting for output. Displays the MAINTENANCE MENU screen to perform function setup for Printlink III-ID/IV. This is not normally used. * A password is required to display the MAINTENANCE MENU screen. (See "4.22 LOG ON Screen".) Returns to the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

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[Previous] button

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[Film Data] button [Setup] button [AllQueueClear] button

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[Maintenance] button

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[OK] button

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4.7 FORMAT Screen


This screen enables you to select the format for sending image data that you received to an imager.

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Figure 4.8 FORMAT Screen No. Item Description Displays the format pattern that is currently selected. When Normal Format is selected : mn When Normal Format is selected : m/n When Rotate Format is selected : Rmn When Slide Format is selected : 34 When Custom Format is selected : CustomX m : Number of frames in X direction n : Number of frames in Y direction R : Abbreviation indicating "Rotate" X : Custom format number A format for a normal film orientation. The format pattern that is touched will be applied. : Selects a format pattern on the left of the highlighted pattern. This button cannot be used if there is no format pattern on the left of the highlighted pattern. : Selects a format pattern on the right of the highlighted pattern. This button cannot be used if there is no format pattern on the right of the highlighted pattern.

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Slide button Custom button [Cancel] button [OK] button

Description This is a mixed-size format. The format pattern that is touched will be applied. : Selects a format pattern on the left of the highlighted pattern. This button cannot be used if there is no format pattern on the left of the highlighted pattern. : Selects a format pattern on the right of the highlighted pattern. This button cannot be used if there is no format pattern on the right of the highlighted pattern. This is a format in which images are rotated 90 degrees. The format pattern that is touched will be applied. : Selects a format pattern on the left of the highlighted pattern. This button cannot be used if there is no format pattern on the left of the highlighted pattern. : Selects a format pattern on the right of the highlighted pattern. This button cannot be used if there is no format pattern on the right of the highlighted pattern. This is a slide-size format. It is applied by touching the button. Displays the CUSTOM FORMAT screen to select a custom format. (See "4.7.1 CUSTOM FORMAT Screen".) Cancels the edited format settings and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".) Saves the change in the format settings and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

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4.7.1 CUSTOM FORMAT Screen


This screen enables you to select the format from the registered custom format patterns when sending image data that was received to the imager.

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Figure 4.9 CUSTOM FORMAT screen No. (1) Item Format display Description Displays the custom formats that are specified in the imager. * Please contact Konica Minolta when you want to add or change a custom format pattern. Indicates the currently displayed page. : Displays the 1st page when the 2nd page is displayed. The button will not function when the 1st page is displayed. : Displays the 2nd page when the 1st page is displayed. The button will not function when there is no custom format in the 2nd page or when the 2nd page is displayed Cancels the edited custom format setting and displays the FORMAT screen. (See "4.7 FORMAT Screen".) Saves the changes in the custom format setting and displays the FORMAT screen. (See "4.7 FORMAT Screen".)

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4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen


This screen enables you to specify various parameters for image data.

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Figure 4.10 SELECT STORAGE Screen No. Item Description Displays the SET CONDITIONS screen to select the condition number for a parameter you want to specify. (See "4.9 SET CONDITIONS Screen".)

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[Conditions] button

The settings from (2) to (9) are registered in the selected condition number. The specified condition number is indicated on the button. Items that can be specified for each condition selected in "(1) [Conditions] button": Displays the SET LUT screen. (See "4.10 SET LUT Screen".) The specified LUT number is indicated on the button. (2) [LUT] button The default is [1]. Displays the SET DENSITY screen. (See "4.11 SET DENSITY Screen".) The specified density is indicated on the button. The default is [0]. Displays the SET CONTRAST screen. (See "4.12 SET CONTRAST Screen".) The specified contrast is indicated on the button. The default is [0]. Displays the SET SMOOTH screen. (See "4.13 SET SMOOTH Screen".) The specified image interpolation setup number is indicated on the button. The default is [OFF].

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Description Specifies the image polarity. The value changes each time the button is touched. The specified polarity setting is indicated on the button. NORMAL REVERSE : Prints the same image as the stored image. : Prints the stored image in the opposite negative/positive display.

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[Polarity] button

The default is [NORMAL]. Specifies the image border. The value changes each time the button is touched. The specified image border setting is indicated on the button. BLACK WHITE (7) [Border] button : Fills the image and image border (border of each frame) in black. : Sets the image and image border (border of each frame) to transparent.

The default is [BLACK]. Specifies the image frame. The value changes each time the button is touched. The specified image frame setting is indicated on the button. The color of the frame applied to the image border is specified with "(7) [Border] button". (8) [Trim] button NO YES : A border is not applied to the image. : A border is applied to the image.

The default is [NO]. Specifies whether to flip and print an image or not. The specified image flip setting is indicated on the button. (9) [Flip] button NORMAL FLIP : Prints the image in a normal status. : Prints the image in a flipped status.

The default is [NORMAL]. Output parameter (10) [Film] button Displays the FILM SET screen. (See "4.14 FILM SET Screen".) The specified film setting is indicated on the button. The default is [14x17B]. Displays the SET SORTER screen. (See "4.15 SET SORTER Screen".) The specified sorter setting is indicated on the button. The default is [BIN1]. Displays the SET STAMP screen. (See "4.16 SET STAMP Screen".) The specified stamp setting is indicated on the button. The default is [OFF]. Displays the SET PRIORITY screen. (See "4.17 SET PRIORITY Screen".) The specified priority setting is indicated on the button. (13) [Priority] button Priority can be specified in a level of [LOW], [MED], or [HIGH]. The default is [LOW]. (14) (15) [Cancel] button [OK] button Invalidates the change in the parameter settings and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".) Saves the change in the parameter settings and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

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4.9 SET CONDITIONS Screen


This screen enables you to select the condition number you want to use or specify.

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(3) Figure 4.11 SET CONDITIONS Screen No. (1) Item [Conditions] button Description The number of the specified conditions button is indicated. Touch and select a condition number button from the 8 condition numbers. The condition number will be selected and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear by touching a condition button. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".) In addition, the contents specified in the [LUT], [Density], [Contrast], [Smooth], [Polarity], [Border], [Trim], and [Flip] buttons in the PARAMETER SET screen are changed to the values registered in the conditions number. Cancels the selection of the conditions number and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".)

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4.10 SET LUT Screen


This screen enables you to select LUT settings in accordance to the input signal or film characteristics.

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(3) Figure 4.12 SET LUT Screen No. (1) [LUT] button Item Description The number of the specified LUT button is indicated. Touch and select a LUT number button from the 7 LUT numbers. The LUT number will be selected and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear by touching a LUT button. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".) * (3) [Cancel] button The LUT setting in each button is adjusted to the characteristics of our films. Please contact Konica Minolta if you want to change the setting. Cancels the selection of the LUT number and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".)

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4.11 SET DENSITY Screen


This screen enables you to specify the image density for outputting a film.

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(4) Figure 4.13 SET DENSITY Screen No. (1) (2) (3) Item [Density] button Output density Select density button Description The specified output density is indicated on the button.

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The specified output density button is indicated in light-blue.

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Changes the density selection one level lighter than the one indicated in "(2) Output density". : Changes the density selection one level darker than the one indicated in "(2) Output density". Cancels the edited output density setting and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".) Saves the specified output density setting and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".)

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4.12 SET CONTRAST Screen


This screen enables you to specify the image contrast for outputting a film.

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Figure 4.14 SET CONTRAST Screen No. (1) (2) (3) Item [Contrast] button Output contrast Select contrast button Description The specified contrast is indicated on the button. The specified output contrast button is indicated in light-blue.

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[Cancel] button [OK] button

Changes the contrast selection one level darker than the one indicated in "(2) Output contrast". : Changes the contrast selection one level lighter than the one indicated in "(2) Output contrast". Cancels the edited output contrast setting and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".) Saves the specified output contrast setting and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".)

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4.13 SET IMAGE INTERPOLATION & SMOOTHING METHOD Screen


This screen enables you to select the image interpolation and smoothing method for the imager.

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(3) Figure 4.15 SET IMAGE INTERPOLATION & SMOOTHING METHOD Screen No. (1) Item [Smooth] button Description The number of the currently selected image interpolation and smooth setting is indicated on the button. Touch and select a button from the 7 image interpolation setting numbers. The image interpolation and smoothing processing cannot be performed if you touch the [OFF] button. Each button represents the smoothing type of an image. From [1] to [6], an image becomes smoother with a larger value, however, the image will become faint when the value is too high. [7] prints images in equal scale with performing image interpolation and smoothing processing. We recommend you to specify [2] or [3]. If you touch the [OFF] button or smoothing type button, the settings will be selected and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear. (See "4.8 PARAMETER Screen".) * As for the image interpolation and smoothing setting of each button, the content of the process and selectable process type differs depending on the imager subject to sending data. Our service person will consult with you and set this item upon installation. Cancels the edited image interpolation and smoothing settings and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER Screen".)

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Interpolation setup number

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4.14 FILM SET Screen


This screen enables you to select the size and type of film to send to the specified imager.

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(5) Figure 4.16 FILM SET Screen No. (1) Film data Item Description Indicates film data set in the specified imager.

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The items from the left to right are cartridge position, film size, film type, and remaining number of films. The specified film settings are indicated on the button. The symbol after the film size is the abbreviation of the film type. B : Blue film C : Clear film DRB : DR Blue film Touch the button of the film size you want to specify. Touch the button of the film type you want to specify. [BLUE] button : "Blue film" is specified as the film type. [CLEAR] button : "Clear film" is specified as the film type. [DR BLUE] button : "DR Blue film" is specified as the film type. Cancels the edited film setting and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".) Saves the edited film setting and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".)

(2)

Selected film button

(3) (4) (5) (6)

Film Size Medium Type [Cancel] button [OK] button

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4.15 SET SORTER Screen


This screen enables you to specify the destination to eject films or the output bin for the output imager.

(1)

(2)

(3) Figure 4.17 SET SORTER Screen No. (1) Item [Sorter] button Description The number of the specified sorter bin button is indicated. Specify a location to eject films. Touch the button of the destination you want to specify. [PROCESSOR] button : Ejects to the auto developer. [MAGAZINE] button : Ejects to the receive magazine. [ID SORT] button : Validates the function for sorting films according to patient ID. When a patient ID is changed, the destination for ejecting films changes to the next sorter bin automatically. [BIN_1] - [BIN_6] buttons : ejects films to the specified sorter bin. The destination for ejecting films is specified by touching a bin button and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".) * Do not touch (select) the [PROCESSOR] button if an auto developer is not connected to the output imager. In addition, this operation cannot be specified from the controller depending on the imager type. Please read the Operatoin Manual for the subject imager. Cancels the edited sorter settings and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".)

(2)

Select film destination

(3)

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4.16 SET STAMP Screen


This screen enables you to specify stamps to overlay on a film.

CAUTION When you are using the patient data overlay function (optional) and an item same as a stamp item is specified to be printed in an enlarged scale, scale printing is given priority and stamp for the item is not displayed.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Figure 4.18 SET STAMP Screen

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No. (1)

Item [Stamp] button

Description The specified stamp setting is indicated on the button. Touch the stamp button you want to print on a film. [TIME] [COPY COUNT] [MID] Date and time of printing Number of copies Modality ID (Modality number specified at installation) [MESSAGE] : Message (Facility name, etc. specified at installation) The can be specified in "(3) Additional stamp setting". This can be set when the [Message] button is specified in "(2) Stamp Setting". touch the button of the stamp you want to print. [PAGE NO.] button : Page number of the film [P/ID] button : Patient ID [P/INAME] button : Patient Name Cancels the specified stamp setting and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".) Saves the specified stamp setting and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".) : : :

(2)

Stamp setting

(3)

Additional stamp setting

(4) (5)

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4.17 SET PRIORITY Screen


This screen enables you to specify the level of priority for outputting image data printed from Printlink III-ID/IV if a multiple number of input modalities are connected to an imager designated as an output destination.

(1)

(2)

(3) Figure 4.19 SET PRIORITY Screen No. (1) Item [Priority] button Description The specified priority setting is indicated on the button. Specify the level of priority for outputting from the imager. Touch the priority button you want to specify. Priority for printing is in the order of [HIGH] > [MED] > [LOW]. (2) Priority setting * Among the input modalities connected to the output imager, [HIGH] can only be specified to one modality.

(3)

[Cancel] button

The priority level is specified by touching an arbitrary priority button and the PARAMETER SET screen will appear. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".) Cancels the specified priority level and displays the PARAMETER SET screen. (See "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".)

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4.18 OUTPUT LOG Screen


This screen enables you to view the output log and output an image data which was output in the past. The most recently selected image data is displayed on the top by default.
(2)

(1)

(3)

(4)

(5) Figure 4.20 OUTPUT LOG Screen

(6)

No.

Item

Description Displays the log of image data output in the past in an updated order. Touch the log of the image data you want to output again. : Page number A protection icon is displayed by the page number if the output log is protected. Patient ID : Patient ID Patient Name : Patient Name Date : Date and time of output An item in the output log display can be sorted by touching the title of the item. Touch "(4) Scroll button" to change the display and view a non-displayed log. P-No.

(1)

Output log indication

(2) (3)

Page number and total pages indication [Menu] button

Indicates the displayed page number and total number of pages. Changes the menu button display to the function menu. (See "4.18.1 OUTPUT LOG Screen - Menu Display".) Scrolls the displayed output log.

(4)

Scroll button

: :

Scrolls the display worth 5 items toward the newer items direction. Scrolls the display worth 5 items toward the older items direction.

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No. (5) (6)

Item [Cancel] button [OK] button

Description Displays the MAIN screen without outputting or saving the image. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".) Outputs the image specified (touched) in "(1) Output log indication" and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

4.18.1 OUTPUT LOG Screen - Menu Display


This screen enables you to display the function menu of the OUTPUT LOG screen. You can protect image data you want to save from the previous selections that are displayed.
(2)

(1)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Figure 4.21 OUTPUT LOG Screen - Menu Display No. Item Description Displays the log of image data displayed in the PREVIOUS SELECT screen. Touch the log of the image data you want to protect. : Page number A protection icon is displayed by the page number if the output log is protected. Patient ID : Patient ID Patient Name : Patient Name Date : Date and time of output P-No.

(1)

Output log indication

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Item Page number and total pages indication [Return] button [Save] button [Previous] button [Saved] button

Description Indicates the displayed page number and total number of pages. Changes the button display to that of a normal menu. (See "4.18 OUTPUT LOG Screen".) Protects the log specified (touched) in "(1) Output log indication". A list of protected logs can be displayed by touching "(6) [Saved] button". Changes the screen to the OUTPUT LOG screen. (Selected status) Changes the screen to the SAVE IMAGES SELECT screen. (See "4.19 SAVE IMAGES SELECT Screen".)

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4.19 SAVE IMAGES SELECT Screen


This screen enables you to check the list of protected output logs. The most recently protected image data is displayed at the bottom.
(2)

(1)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Figure 4.22 SAVE IMAGES SELECT Screen No. Item Description Displays a list of protected image data. Touch the log of the image data you want to output again. : Page number A protection icon is displayed by the page number if the output log is protected. Patient ID : Patient ID Patient Name : Patient Name Date : Date and time of output An item in the output log display can be sorted by touching the title of the item. Touch "(4) Scroll button" to change the display and view a non-displayed log. (2) (3) Page number and total pages indication [Menu] button Indicates the displayed page number and total number of pages. Changes the menu button display to the function menu. (See "4.19.1 SAVE IMAGES SELECT Screen - Menu Display".) Scrolls the displayed output log. (4) Scroll button P-No.

(1)

Output log indication

: :

Scrolls the display worth 5 items toward the older items direction. Scrolls the display worth 5 items toward the newer items direction.

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No. (5) (6)

Item [Cancel] button [OK] button

Description Displays the MAIN screen without outputting or saving the image. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".) Outputs the log specified (touched) in "(1) Output log indication" and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

4.19.1 SAVE IMAGES SELECT Screen - Menu Display


This screen enables you to display the function menu of the SAVE IMAGES SELECT screen. Protected image data that are displayed can be deleted.
(2)

(1)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Figure 4.23 SAVE IMAGES SELECT Screen - Menu Display No. Item Description Displays a list of protected image data that are displayed in the SAVE IMAGES SELECT screen. Touch the log of the image data you want to release protection. : Page number A protection icon is displayed by the page number if the output log is protected. Patient ID : Patient ID Patient Name : Patient Name Date : Date and time of output P-No.

(1)

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Item Page number and total pages indication [Return] button [Del] button [Previous] button [Saved] button

Description Indicates the displayed page number and total number of pages. Changes the button display to that of a normal menu. (See "4.19 SAVE IMAGES SELECT Screen".) Deletes the image data selected in "(1) Output log display". * Please be careful as a page that is deleted from the output log cannot be re-entered. Changes the screen to the OUTPUT LOG screen. (See "4.18 OUTPUT LOG Screen".) Changes the screen to the SAVE IMAGES SELECT screen. (Selected status)

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4.20 FILM DATA Screen


This screen enables you to count the number of films output in one day, one month, or during the total period in 3 different screens.

4.20.1 FILM DATA screen (daily indication)


This screen is displayed by touching the [Daily] button in the FILM DATA screen. The number of output films are counted and displayed in different film size for each day.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Figure 4.24 FILM DATA screen (daily indication) No. Item Description Specify the mode for displaying the film count. (1) Display selection [Daily] button [Monthly] button [Total] button : : : Changes the film count to a daily display. Changes the film count to a monthly display. Changes the film count to a total display.

The total number of films output during the past two months is displayed in different film size. (2) Film count data Touch "(3) Scroll button" to change the display and view the film count of a day or month that is not displayed. Scrolls the displayed film count. (3) Scroll button

: :

Scrolls the display worth 8 items toward the newer items direction. Scrolls the display worth 8 items toward the older items direction.

(4)

[OK] button

Returns to the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

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4.20.2 FILM DATA screen (monthly indication)


This screen is displayed by touching the [Monthly] button in the FILM DATA screen. The number of output films are counted and displayed in different film size for each month.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Figure 4.25 FILM DATA screen (monthly indication) No. Item Description Specify the mode for displaying the film count. [Daily] button : Changes the film count to a daily display. [Monthly] button : Changes the film count to a monthly display. [Total] button : Changes the film count to a total display. The total number of films output during the past twelve months is displayed in different film size. Touch "(3) Scroll button" to change the display and view the film count of a day or month that is not displayed. Scrolls the displayed film count. (3) Scroll button

(1)

Display selection

(2)

Film count data

: :

Scrolls the display worth 8 items toward the newer items direction. Scrolls the display worth 8 items toward the older items direction.

(4)

[OK] button

Returns to the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

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4.20.3 FILM DATA screen (total indication)


This screen is displayed by touching the [Total] button in the FILM DATA screen. The number of output films is displayed in different film size.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Figure 4.26 FILM DATA screen (total indication) No. Item Description Specify the mode for displaying the film count. [Daily] button : Changes the film count to a daily display. [Monthly] button : Changes the film count to a monthly display. [Total] button : Changes the film count to a total display. The number of films in all output logs is displayed in different film size. Touch "(3) Scroll button" to change the display and view the film count of a day or month that is not displayed. Scrolls the displayed film count.

(1)

Display selection

(2)

Film count data

(3)

Scroll button

: :

Scrolls the display worth 8 items toward the newer items direction. Scrolls the display worth 8 items toward the older items direction.

(4)

[OK] button

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4.21 SETUP Screen


This screen enables you to specify the various operations with Printlink III-ID/IV.
(2)

(1)

(3)

(4)

(6)

(5)

(7)

(8)

Figure 4.27 SETUP Screen No. Item Description Sets the method for storing image data in the specified format. The value changes each time the button is touched. The specified direction for storing image data is indicated on the button. : Stores in the horizontal direction to a format. : Stores in the vertical direction to a format. The default is " ".

(1)

[Store Direction] button

Sets whether to store a test pattern imbedded in Printlink III-ID/IV. The value changes each time the button is touched. The specified store setting for a test pattern is indicated on the button. (2) [Test Pattern] button ON OFF : Stores the imbedded test pattern but does not store images from modalities. : Stores in the normal method.

The default is [OFF].

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No.

Item

Description Specifies whether to perform an overlay processing. (Imager only) The currently selected overlay setting is indicated on the button. The value changes each time the button is touched. ON : Displays by overlaying the display items specified upon installation on a film in an enlarged size. : Overlay display is not performed.

(3)

[Overlay] button

OFF

The default is [OFF]. * Overlay processing is an optional function. An overlay license must be obtained to use this function. Contact Konica Minolta for details. Specifies whether to use the auto print function. The currently selected OCR setting is indicated on the button. The value changes each time the button is touched. ON OFF : Uses the auto print function. : The auto print function is not used.

(4)

[Auto Print] button

Auto print is a function that displays "PRINT" in the last frame when image data is stored in the first frame of the format. When image data is stored in the last frame, a print operation starts automatically even when all frames are not stored. The value changes each time the button is touched. The default is [OFF]. *1 Auto print will not function if the image data is not stored in the first frame. The auto print function is released when image data is erased from all frames by touching the [ALL ERASE] or [Erase] button after the printing operation. *2 The auto print function cannot be used in the PREVIOUS screen. Specifies whether to stop transmission to the imager or host. The specified transmission setting is indicated on the button. The value changes each time the button is touched.

(5)

[Print Status] button

START STOP

: Starts transmission to the imager or host. : Stops transmission to the imager or host.

The default is "START". Specifies whether to perform OCR. The currently selected OCR setting is indicated on the button. The value changes each time the button is touched. ON OFF (6) [Ocr Use] button The default is [OFF]. * 1 If you are using an optional patient data overlay function or a storage license, OCR results are required for operation, so be sure to specify ON. * 2 This button does not appear if you are using a card reader (optional). Cancels the edited settings and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".) Saves the edited settings and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".) : Performs OCR. : OCR is not performed.

(7) (8)

[Cancel] button [OK] button

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4.22 LOG ON Screen


This screen enables you to enter a password to move to a setting screen that can only be used by an authorized user. A corresponding setting screen will appear by entering the proper password.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4) Figure 4.28 LOG ON Screen

No. (1)

Item Entered password display

Description Displays the password entered with "(2) Password input button". A password is entered with these buttons. Touch a button from [0] to [9] to enter the number. The password is displayed in "(1) Entered password display". The entered password is cleared by touching the [C] button. Logs in with the entered password.

(2)

Password input button

(3)

[OK] button

A warning dialog will appear when a wrong password is entered. Enter a proper password and touch the [OK] button again. Returns to the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

(4)

[Cancel] button

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4.23 ROUTE SELECT Screen


This screen enables you to specify an imager or host (viewer, server) in the output destination.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Figure 4.29 ROUTE SELECT Screen No. Item Description Lists the registered imagers in the output destination. Touch the button of the imager that you want to specify in the output destination. If you touch an arbitrary button, the button of a pre-selected imager will be cleared. * One imager can be specified in the output destination. Lists the registered hosts (viewers, servers) in the output destination. Touch the button of the host that you want to specify in the output destination. If you touch the button of a specified host, the selection will be cleared. * A multiple number of hosts can be specified in the output destination. Cancels the output destination setting and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".) Saves the output destination setting and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

(1)

Imager list

(2)

Storage list

(3) (4)

[Cancel] button [OK] button

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4.24 CONDITION NO. SELECT Screen


This screen enables you to specify a registered condition number you want to use. Condition numbers are specified in "4.8 PARAMETER SET Screen".

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

Figure 4.30 CONDITION NO. SELECT Screen No. (1) (2) (3) (4) Item [Conditions] button Condition number [Cancel] button [OK] button Description The number of the specified condition is indicated on the button. Touch and select a condition number from the 8 condition number buttons. Cancels the selection of the condition number and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".) Saves the selection of the condition number and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

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4.25 COPY COUNT Screen


This screen enables you to specify the number of films to print when printing more than one image data film.

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Figure 4.31 COPY COUNT Screen No. (1) (2) Item [Copy Count] button Copy count display Description Indicates the specified copy count on the button. The copy count entered in "(3) Copy count input button" is displayed. Enter the copy count with these button. Enter the number of films you want to print. Touch a button from [0] to [9] to enter the number. The entered number is displayed in "(2) Copy count display". Copy count can be specified in a range from 1 to 99. The specified copy count is cleared by touching the [C] button. Cancels the copy count setting and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".) Saves the copy count setting and displays the MAIN screen. (See "4.1 MAIN Screen".)

(3)

Copy count input button

(4) (5)

[Cancel] button [OK] button

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Chapter 5

Troubleshooting
This chapter describes remedies for typical problems and error messages that are displayed with Printlink III-ID/IV.

5.1 Troubleshooting
When an operation cannot be ended properly
Cut off the power in the following procedure when an operation cannot be ended properly by touching the [QUIT] button in the MAIN screen. Exiting with the power switch on the main body

1.

Confirm that the hard disk access lamp on the front side of the main body is off.

Power lamp Power switch Hard disk access lamp

Figure 5.1 Front Side of the Printlink III-ID/IV Main Body

2.

Press the power switch located on the front side of the main unit for four seconds. After the buzzer sounds four times (beep - beep - beep - beep), the power lamp on the front side of Printlink III-ID/IV will go off and the Printlink III-ID/IV power will go OFF. Turn off the imager and end the task.

WARNING Pressing the power switch on the front side of the main unit for over four seconds will terminate the operation by force. When access is made to the hard disk, it may damage the internal data.

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Exiting with the power switch on the controller

1.

Confirm that the hard disk access lamp on the front side of the main body is off.

Power lamp

Hard disk access lamp

Figure 5.2 Front Side of the Printlink III-ID/IV Main Body

2.

Press the power switch on the rear side of the controller.

Power switch

Figure 5.3 Rear Side of the Controller

After the buzzer sounds four times (beep - beep - beep - beep), the power lamp on the front side of Printlink III-ID/IV will go off and the Printlink III-ID/IV power will go OFF. Turn off the imager and end the task.

WARNING Pressing the power switch on the back of the controller for over four seconds will terminate the operation by force. When access is made to the hard disk, it may damage the internal data.

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When you cannot remember the password


Contact Konica Minolta when you cannot remember the password to enter in the login screen that is displayed when reprinting image data or protecting a page.

5.2 Error Code


Error codes that are displayed with Printlink III-ID/IV are listed below. If an error cannot be recovered by applying the indicated measure, please contact Konica Minolta.

- Imager Operation Errors


Error Code 0x0001 Error Message Imager Film size error Remedy - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Check the connection of the data table. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen.

0x0005

Imager Cannot send data properly

0x000A

Imager Supply unit suction unit error

0x000B

Imager Pinch roller error

0x000C

Imager Transfer unit open error

0x000D

Imager Transfer unit close error

0x0014

Imager Film jam between supply and print units

0x0015

Imager Film jam at print entrance

0x0016

Imager Film jam in print unit

0x0018

Imager Film jam in receive unit

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Error Code 0x0019

Error Message Imager Supply magazine set error

0x001B

Imager Receive magazine set error

0x001D

Imager Receive magazine full

0x001E

Imager Supply magazine empty

0x001F

Imager Film jam between supply and print entrance Imager Film jam between print entrance and transfer exit Imager Film jam at transfer unit exit

0x0020

0x0021

0x0023

Imager Film jam in receive unit

0x0024

Imager Film jam in print unit

0x0028

Imager Film jam between transfer and receive units

0x0032

Imager Processor not ready

0x0033

Imager Sorter not ready

0x0035

Imager Docking unit sensor error

Remedy - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen.

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Error Code 0x0036

Error Message Imager Docking unit sensor error

0x0037

Imager Film jam in docking unit

0x0038

Imager Film jam in docking unit

0x003C

Imager Polygon mirror error

0x003D

Imager Horizontal sync get error

0x0040

Imager Faulty print roller

0x0046

Imager Communication I/F initialize error

0x0047

Imager Communication I/F timeout error

0x0048

Imager Communication I/F signal error

0x0049

Imager Communication I/F signal get error

0x004A

Imager Communication I/F signal get error

0x004B

Imager Faulty laser power

0x004C

Imager Not enough memory

Remedy - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Click the [ERROR RESET] button in the STATUS screen. - Check the image size and the memory capacity of the imager. - Consider reducing the image size or increasing memory of the imager.

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Error Code 0x0050

Error Message Imager Command error Imager Syntax error Imager Faulty parameter range Imager Faulty format Imager Faulty store / erase position. Imager Store position full Imager Format error Imager Format error Imager Disk error Imager Cannot accept Copy Stop Imager Imager error. Imager Film empty 8x10 Imager Film empty 8x10 clear Imager Film empty 8x10 blue Imager Film empty 8x10 DR Imager Film empty 8x10 DR clear Imager Film empty 8x10 DR blue Imager Film empty 10x12 Imager Film empty 10x12 clear Imager Film empty 10x12 blue Imager Film empty 10x12 DR Imager Film empty 10x12 DR clear Imager Film empty 10x12 DR blue Imager Film empty 11x14

0x0052

0x0053

0x0054

0x0055

0x0056 0x0057 0x0058 0x005A 0x0062 0x0063 0x00a0 0x00a1 0x00a2 0x00a3 0x00a4 0x00a5 0x00a6 0x00a7 0x00a8 0x00a9 0x00aa 0x00ab 0x00ac

Remedy - Click the [Error Reset] button in the STATUS screen. - Restart Printlink III-ID/IV and the imager. - Click the [Error Reset] button in the STATUS screen. - Restart Printlink III-ID/IV and the imager. - Click the [Error Reset] button in the STATUS screen. - Restart Printlink III-ID/IV and the imager. - Click the [Error Reset] button in the STATUS screen. - Restart Printlink III-ID/IV and the imager. - Click the [Error Reset] button in the STATUS screen. - Restart Printlink III-ID/IV and the imager. - Click the [Error Reset] button in the STATUS screen. - Restart Printlink III-ID/IV and the imager. A change is required in the function setup. Contact our service center. A change is required in the function setup. Contact our service center. Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. Set 8x10 films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 8x10 clear films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 8x10 blue films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 8x10 DR films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 8x10 DR clear films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 8x10 DR blue films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 10x12 films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 10x12 clear films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 10x12 blue films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 10x12 DR films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 10x12 DR clear films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 10x12 DR blue films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 11x14 films in the imager's supply magazine.

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Error Code 0x00ad 0x00ae 0x00af 0x00b0 0x00b1 0x00b2 0x00b3 0x00b4 0x00b5 0x00b6 0x00b7 0x00b8 0x00b9 0x00ba 0x00bb 0x00bc 0x00bd 0x00c1

Error Message Imager Film empty 11x14 clear Imager Film empty 11x14 blue Imager Film empty 11x14 DR Imager Film empty 11x14 DR clear Imager Film empty 11x14 DR blue Imager Film empty 14x14 Imager Film empty 14x14 clear Imager Film empty 14x14 blue Imager Film empty 14x14 DR Imager Film empty 14x14 DR clear Imager Film empty 14x14 DR blue Imager Film empty 14x17 Imager Film empty 14x17 clear Imager Film empty 14x17 blue Imager Film empty 14x17 DR Imager Film empty 14x17 DR clear Imager Film empty 14x17 DR blue Imager Cover open error Imager Check chemistry error

Remedy Set 11x14 clear films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 11x14 blue films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 11x14 DR films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 11x14 DR clear films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 11x14 DR blue films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 14x14 films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 14x14 clear films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 14x14 blue films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 14x14 DR films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 14x14 DR clear films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 14x14 DR blue films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 14x17 films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 14x17 clear films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 14x17 blue films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 14x17 DR films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 14x17 DR clear films in the imager's supply magazine. Set 14x17 DR blue films in the imager's supply magazine. Close the cover of the imager's supply magazine. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [Error Reset] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [Error Reset] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [Error Reset] button in the STATUS screen. - Refer to error recovery for the imager and clear the error. - Click the [Error Reset] button in the STATUS screen.

0x00c2

0x00c3

Imager Chemicals empty error

0x0100

Imager Network output error

0x0101

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- Interface Board Errors (VIDEO-IN)


Error Code 0xAA00 0xAA01 Error Message VIDEO-IN I/F Board Driver not found VIDEO-IN I/F Board Driver duplicate open VIDEO-IN I/F Board No interruption occurred Remedy Restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - If function setup is accurate. - If header data is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items.

0xAA02

0xAA03

VIDEO-IN I/F Board Interrupt detection failed

0xAA04

VIDEO-IN I/F Board Register access error VIDEO-IN I/F Board PCI abort interruption error VIDEO-IN I/F Board PCI abort error VIDEO-IN I/F Board Physical memory get error VIDEO-IN I/F Board Physical memory release error VIDEO-IN I/F Board Physical memory duplicate get error VIDEO-IN I/F Board Physical memory release error VIDEO-IN I/F Board Parameter error VIDEO-IN I/F Board Illegal parameter VIDEO-IN I/F Board Illegal DMA transmission VIDEO-IN I/F Board DMA timeout error

0xAA05

0xAA06 0xAA09 0xAA0A 0xAA0B 0xAA0C 0xAA0D 0xAA0E 0xAA0F

0xAA10

0xAA13

VIDEO-IN I/F Board Illegal transmission size

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Error Message VIDEO-IN I/F Board Illegal image input request

0xAA15

0xAA19

VIDEO-IN I/F Board Video signal unrecognized

0xAA1A

VIDEO-IN I/F Board A/D timeout error

0xAA1F

VIDEO-IN I/F Board Error VIDEO-IN I/F Board Illegal read size error

0xAA20

0xAA21

VIDEO-IN I/F Board Illegal read address

0xAA22

VIDEO-IN I/F Board PLL lock error

0xAA23

VIDEO-IN I/F Board Faulty video input request

Remedy - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - If video signals are being sent accurately. - If the video is adjusted accurately. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Check the following items: - If function setup is accurate. - If header data is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - If function setup is accurate. - If header data is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items.

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- Interface Board Errors (DIGITAL-IN)


Error Code 0xAD00 Error Message DIGITAL-IN I/F Board No device found DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Duplicate open DIGITAL-IN I/F Board No interruption occurred Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xAD01

0xAD02

0xAD03

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Failed in detecting interruption

0xAD04

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Register access error DIGITAL-IN I/F Board PCI abort error DIGITAL-IN I/F Board PCI abort error

0xAD05

0xAD06

0xAD07

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Header input timeout error

0xAD08

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Header output timeout error

0xAD09

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Physical memory get error DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Physical memory release error

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Error Message DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Physical memory duplicate get error DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Physical memory get error DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Parameter error

0xAD0C

0xAD0D

0xAD0E

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Illegal parameter

0xAD0F

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Illegal DMA transmission request

0xAD10

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board DMA timeout error

0xAD11

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Illegal image type DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Illegal last-frame flag DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Illegal transmission size

0xAD12

0xAD13

0xAD14

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Illegal header input/output request

0xAD15

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Illegal image input request

Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Check if the function setup is accurate. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Check if the function setup is accurate. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Check the following items: - If function setup is accurate. - If header data is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items.

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Error Message DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Illegal image output request

0xAD16

0xAD17

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Image input timeout error

0xAD18

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Image output timeout error

0xAD19

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Video signal unrecognized

0xAD1A

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board AD timeout error

0xAD1F

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Error DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Read size error

0xAD21

0xAD22

DIGITAL-IN I/F Board Read address error

Remedy - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - If video signals are being sent accurately. - If the video is adjusted accurately. - Check the following items: - Cable connections - If the modality side is ready. - If function setup is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Check the following items: - If function setup is accurate. - If header data is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items. - Check the following items: - If function setup is accurate. - If header data is accurate. - Press the Store switch after checking the items.

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Error Code 0xB001 0xB002 0xB003 0xB004 0xB010 0xB011 0xB021 0xB106 0xB108 0xB109 0xB10A 0xB10B 0xB200 Error Message Failed in getting next page. HD space below warning Frame header full Page header full Image size error Disk access error. Failed in accessing to work file Disk access error. Failed in accessing to image file Cannot change supply magazine Cannot change imager No previous page. No stored previous page Previous page used Previous page printing Imager busy. Remedy - Check the following items: - If the imager is running. - If the connection with the imager is accurate. Restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Check the following items: - If the imager is running. - If the connection with the imager is accurate. Restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Check the following items: - If the imager is running. - If the connection with the imager is accurate. Return the imager's supply magazine to its original status. Check if the function setup is accurate. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - Perform the previous page operation after a while. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Respond to the message dialog, press the [FNC] button, and perform the operation again after clicking the [AllQueueClear] button in the FUNCTION SETUP screen to clear the queue. Check if the channel in the output destination and the output format are accurate.

0xB201

Film size error

0xB202

Illegal format

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- OCR-Related Error
Error Code 0xB300 0xB301 0xB302 0xB303 0xB304 0xB305 0xB306 0xB307 0xB308 0xB309 0xB30A 0xB30B 0xB30C 0xB30D 0xB30E 0xB30F 0xB316 0xB317 0xB318 0xB319 0xB320 Error Message OCR Dictionary file not found OCR Image data error OCR Image data size error OCR Dictionary data error OCR No memory OCR Image data read error OCR Timeout error OCR Header read error OCR Modality not found OCR Dictionary entry error OCR Dictionary open parameter error OCR Dictionary data not read OCR Character dictionary open error OCR Dictionary not open OCR Character dictionary recognition error OCR Open image file error OCR Pixel width error OCR Read image file error OCR Load file read error OCR No dictionary error OCR Dictionary data read error Remedy The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur. The subject page is treated as a page not subject to OCR. Contact Konica Minolta if this error continues to occur.

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Error Code 0xD100 0xD101 0xD102 0xD103 0xD104 0xD105 0xD106 0xD107 0xD108 0xD109 0xD10A 0xD10B 0xD10C 0xD110 0xD111 0xD112 0xD113 0xD114 0xD115 0xD116 0xD117 0xD118 Error Message SCU A-ASSOCIATE SCU A-RELEASE SCU N-CREATE (Film Session) SCU N-CREATE (Film Box) SCU N-CREATE (Presentation LUT) SCU N-SET (Film Session) SCU N-SET (Film Box) SCU N-SET (Image Box) SCU N-ACTION SCU N-DELETE SCU N-GET SCU N-EVENT_REPORT SCU C-ECHO SCP A-ASSOCIATE SCP A-RELEASE SCP N-CREATE (Film Session) SCP N-CREATE (Film Box) SCP N-CREATE (Presentation LUT) SCP N-SET (Film Session) SCP N-SET (Film Box) SCP N-SET (Image Box) SCP N-ACTION Remedy Check the following items: - IP Address of the connected device. - Printlink III-ID/IV IP Address, Port, AE Title Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta. Contact Konica Minolta.

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Error Code 0xD119 0xD11A 0xD11B 0xD11C 0xD120 0xD121 0xD122 0xD123 0xD124 0xD125 0xD126 0xD127 0xD128 0xD130

Error Message SCP N-DELETE SCP N-GET SCP N-EVENT_REPORT SCP C-ECHO DICOM Illegal PDU type received DICOM Illegal AE TITLE received. DICOM Illegal SOP CLASS UID received DICOM Illegal SOP INSTANCE UID received DICOM Illegal film size received DICOM Illegal media type received DICOM Illegal image format received DICOM Illegal pixel size received DICOM A-ABORT received DICOM Error

Remedy Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Check the modality side and resume operation after responding to the message dialog. Contact Konica Minolta. Check the modality side and resume operation after responding to the message dialog. Check the modality side and resume operation after responding to the message dialog. Change the film size on the modality side and resume operation after responding to the message dialog. Change the film type on the modality side and resume operation after responding to the message dialog. Change the format and image size on the modality side and resume operation after responding to the message dialog. Change the pixel size on the modality side and resume operation after responding to the message dialog. Check the modality side and resume operation after responding to the message dialog. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation.

- Operation Check Messages


Error Code 0xF000 0xF001 0xF002 Error Message Imager not ready Server not ready Imager not ready Remedy Check the imager power. Check the server power. Check the imager power.

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- Shared Memory Access Error
Error Code 0xE000 0xE001 0xE002 0xE003 0xE004 0xE005 0xE006 0xE007 0xE008 0xE009 0xE00A 0xE00B 0xE00C Error Message Shared memory create error Shared memory map error Shared memory store file open error Shared memory store file read error Shared memory store file write error Shared memory store file size error Shared memory connect error Shared memory exists Shared memory does not existing Shared memory already connected No shared memory connect privilege Shared memory opened during delete operation Shared memory created by default Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

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- Shared File Access Errors


Error Code 0xE010 0xE011 0xE012 0xE013 0xE014 0xE015 0xE016 0xE017 Error Message Shared file name error Shared file read/write buffer error Shared file read/write buffer size error Shared file offset error Shared file open error Shared file read error Shared file write error Shared file close error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

- Serial Port Access Errors


Error Code 0xE020 0xE021 0xE022 0xE023 Error Message Serial cannot open Serial set error Serial communication state get error Serial communication state set error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

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Error Code 0xE024 0xE025 0xE026 0xE027 0xE028 0xE029 0xE02A 0xE02B 0xE02C 0xE02D 0xE02E 0xE02F

Error Message Serial get timeout error Serial set timeout error Serial not open Serial already open Serial send error Serial send size error Serial receive error Serial receive size error Serial I/O error Serial receive timeout error Serial send timeout error Serial parameter error

Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

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- Thread Message Error


Error Code 0xE030 0xE031 0xE032 0xE033 0xE034 0xE035 Error Message Thread message send error Thread message get error Thread message wait error Thread message not equal Thread message receive timeout error Thread Message No Windows in destination Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

- Socket Errors
Error Code 0xE040 0xE041 0xE042 0xE043 0xE044 0xE045 0xE046 0xE047 Error Message Socket initialize error Socket version error Server socket create error Socket client address error Socket listen error Client socket create error Socket Server IP address get error Server socket connect error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

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Error Code 0xE048 0xE049 0xE04A 0xE04B 0xE04C 0xE04D 0xE04E 0xE04F 0xE050 0xE051

Error Message Socket Send message error Socket already close Socket Receive message error Socket Connection accept error Socket timeout error Socket force close error Socket status no change Socket select exception error Socket select send error Socket select receive error

Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

- File Access Errors


Error Code 0xE061 0xE062 0xE063 0xE064 0xE065 0xE066 0xE067 0xE068 Error Message File create error File open error File read error File write error File close error File not found File delete error File get error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

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- Registry Modification Errors


Error Code 0xE070 0xE071 0xE072 0xE073 0xE074 0xE075 0xE076 0xE077 Error Message TCP-IP Invoked by unsupported OS TCP-IP Netcard registry open error TCP-IP Netcard registry content query error TCP-IP Illegal netcard name in registry TCP-IP registry open error TCP-IP registry query error TCP-IP registry set error TCP-IP registry IP address error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

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- Miscellaneous Errors
Error Code 0xE0F0 0xE0F1 Error Message Memory allocation error Process execute error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

- Process Control Data Access Errors


Error Code 0xE100 0xE101 0xE102 0xE103 0xE104 0xE105 0xE106 0xE107 Error Message Process control data create error Process control data abort error Process control data open error Process control data close error Process control data read error Process control data write error Process control data access channel error Process control data not existing Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

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- Channel Control Data Access Errors


Error Code 0xE110 0xE111 0xE112 0xE113 0xE114 0xE115 0xE116 0xE117 0xE118 0xE119 Error Message Channel control data create error Channel control data abort error Channel control data open error Channel control data close error Channel control data read error Channel control data write error Channel control data access channel error Channel control data not existing Channel control data store file read error Channel control data store file write error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

- Controller Control Data Access Errors


Error Code 0xE120 0xE121 0xE122 0xE123 0xE124 0xE125 0xE126 0xE127 0xE128 0xE129 Error Message Controller control data create error Controller control data abort error Controller control data open error Controller control data close error Controller control data read error Controller control data write error Controller control data access channel error Controller control data has not been created. Controller control data store file read error Controller control data store file write error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

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- Modality Interface Access Errors


Error Code 0xE130 Error Message Modality setup file read/write channel number error Modality setup file read error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE131

0xE132

Modality setup file write error

0xE133

Modality setup file add error

0xE134

Modality setup file delete error

0xE135

Modality setup file name change error

0xE136

Modality setup file get size error

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- DICOM Setup File Access Errors


Error Code 0xE140 Error Message DICOM setup file read/write channel number error DICOM setup file read error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE141

0xE142

DICOM setup file write error

0xE143

DICOM setup file add error

0xE144

DICOM setup file delete error

0xE145

DICOM setup file name change error

0xE146

DICOM setup file get size error

- Overlay Setup File Access Errors


Error Code 0xE150 Error Message Overlay setup file read/write channel number error Overlay setup file read error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE151

0xE152

Overlay setup file write error

0xE153

Overlay setup file add error

0xE154

Overlay setup file delete error

0xE155

Overlay setup file name change error

0xE156

Overlay setup file get size error

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- Custom Format Setup File Access Errors


Error Code 0xE160 Error Message Custom format setup file read/write channel number error Custom format setup file read error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE161

0xE162

Custom format setup file write error

0xE163

Custom format setup file add error

0xE164

Custom format setup file delete error

0xE165

Custom format setup file name change error

0xE166

Custom format setup file get size error

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- Format Setup File Access Errors


Error Code 0xE170 Error Message Format setup file read/write channel number error Format setup file read error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE171

0xE172

Format setup file write error

0xE173

Format setup file add error

0xE174

Format setup file delete error

0xE175

Format setup file name change error

0xE176

Format setup file get size error

- Stretch Errors
Error Code 0xE180 Error Message Stretch Convert source file name error Stretch Convert destination file name error Stretch Pixel error Stretch Convert source size error Stretch Convert destination size error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE181

0xE182

0xE183

0xE184

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Error Code 0xE185

Error Message Stretch Convert destination size error Stretch Input image file open error Stretch Output image file open error Stretch Input image size error (Inconsistent with specified size.) Stretch Memory get error Stretch Output image file read error (When initializing background.) Stretch File map error Stretch File map view get error Stretch Security descriptor error

0xE186

0xE187

0xE188

0xE189

0xE18A

0xE18B

0xE18C

0xE18D

Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

- Page Control Data Access Errors


Error Code 0xE190 Error Message Page control data create error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE191

Page control data abort error

0xE192

Page control data open error

0xE193

Page control data close error

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Error Code 0xE194

Error Message Page control data read error

0xE195

Page control data write error

0xE196

Page control data access channel error

0xE197

Page control data not existing

0xE198

Page control data store file read error

0xE199

Page control data store file write error

Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

- LUT Setup File Access Errors


Error Code 0xE1A0 Error Message LUT setup file read/write channel number error LUT setup file read/write LUT number error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE1A1

0xE1A2

LUT setup file read error

0xE1A3

LUT setup file write error

0xE1A4

LUT setup file add error

0xE1A5

LUT setup file delete error

0xE1A6

LUT setup file name change error

0xE1A7

LUT setup file get size error

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- Print Condition Data Access Errors


Error Code 0xE1B0 Error Message Print condition data create error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE1B1

Print condition data abort error

0xE1B2

Print condition data open error

0xE1B3

Print condition data close error

0xE1B4

Print condition data read error

0xE1B5

Print condition data write error

0xE1B6

Print condition data access channel error

0xE1B7

Print condition data not existing

0xE1B8

Print condition data store file read error

0xE1B9

Print condition data store file write error

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- Implementation Errors
Error Code 0xE800 Error Message Specified page already protected Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE801

Startup parameter error

0xE802

Thread startup error

0xE803

Drive get error

0xE804

Illegal setup data

0xE805

Thread ID get error

- Service Operation Errors


Error Code 0xE810 Error Message Service install file name get error Failed in connecting service control manager during service install Failed in creating service object during service install Failed in connecting service control manager during service uninstall Failed in getting service handle during service uninstall Failed in stopping service during service uninstall. Failed in deleting service during service uninstall Failed in stopping service Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE811

0xE812

0xE813

0xE814

0xE815

0xE816

0xE817

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- Queue Operation Errors


Error Code 0xE820 Error Message Queue file open error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE821

Queue file read error

0xE822

Queue file write error

0xE823

Queue file close error

0xE824

Queue add error

0xE825

Queue delete error

0xE826

Queue entry duplicate error

0xE828

Study queue file open error

0xE829

Study queue file read error

0xE82A

Study queue file write error

0xE82AB

Study queue file close error

0xE82C

Study queue add error

0xE82D

Study queue delete error

0xE82E

Study queue entry duplicate error

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- Out-of-Range Errors
Error Code 0xE830 Error Message Channel number out of range Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE831

Page number out of range

0xE832

Output priority level out of range

0xE833

Format out of range

0xE834

Image position out of range

0xE83F

Parameter out of range

- LUT Errors
Error Code 0xE840 Error Message LUT create error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE841

LUT size error

0xE842

LUT convert error

0xE843

LUT buffer size error

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- Input Operation Errors


Error Code 0xE850 Error Message Duplicate input error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE851

Input image size error

0xE852

Input disabled

0xE853

Print disabled Processing disabled due to different processing Illegal output

0xE854

0xE855

- Output Operation Errors


Error Code 0xE860 Error Message Duplicate output error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xE861

Output image size error

0xE862

Output disabled

0xE863

Print disabled Processing disabled due to different processing Illegal output

0xE864

0xE865

0xE866

Failed in reading output data.

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- Operation Errors
- Main screen
Error Code 0xC100 Error Message System start error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xC103

Storing disabled. Press [Error Clear]

0xC104

All Erase error. Press [Error Clear]

0xC105

Erase error. Press [Error Clear]

0xC107

Card read error

0xC10A

Specify value from 01 to 99.

0xC10B

Start Previous error Cannot change specified format. Change to usable format. Shared memory read error

0xC10C

0xC150

0xC151

Shared memory write error An error has occurred in the controller. Restart the main unit. Illegal touch panel coordinates

0xC160

0xC161

0xC162

EEPROM data full

0xC163

Illegal EEPROM data

0xC164

EEPROM write error

0xC165

Touch panel not connected

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Error Code 0xC166

Error Message NAK received

0xC1A0

Send shutdown message error

0xC1A1

Send store command message error

0xC1A2

Send print command message error

0xC1A3

Send erase command message error

0xC1A4

Send AllErase command message error

0xC1A5

Message receive timeout error

0xC1A6

Send change setup message error

0xC1A7

Send edit OCR result message error

0xC1A8

Send start study message error

0xC1A9

Send end study message error

0xC1AA

Send clear error message error

0xC1AB

Send restart message error

0xC1D0

Driver not open

0xC1D1

Driver already open

0xC1D2

Serial port open error

0xC1D3

Serial communication thread start error.

Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

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Error Code 0xC1D4

Error Message Transmission timeout error

0xC1D5

Illegal command character string value.

0xC1D6

Command character string not existing

0xC1D7

12H from controller not confirmed

0xC1D8

Received startup code other than 12H

0xC1FF

Unpredicted system error

Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

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- Sub Screen
Error Code 0xC206 Error Message No list selected Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xC261

Illegal password. Enter correct password

0xC2B1

Shared memory read error

0xC2B2

Shared memory write error

0xC2B3

Sum of films file open error

0xC2B4

Thread message send error

0xC2B5

MAIN screen handle get error.

0xC2B6

Sub screen start error

0xC2B7

Print condition read error

0xC2B8

Print condition write error

0xC2B9

Process control data read error

0xC2BA

Process control data write error

0xC2BB

Save-page data read error

0xC2FF

System error.

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- Maintenance Screen
Error Code 0xC3E0 Error Message Main screen communication error Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xC3E5

Shared memory read error

0xC3E6

Shared memory write error

0xC3F0

Error

0xC3F1

File cannot be found

0xC3F2

IP address get error

0xC3F3

Host name get error

0xC3F4

IP address set error

0xC3F5

Host name set error

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- Touch Panel Calibration


Error Code 0xC500 Error Message Touch panel driver not open Restart service. Illegal touch panel coordinates range setting Restart service. No response from controller Restart service. Controller EEPROM write error Restart service. Controller EEPROM data error Restart service. Touch panel range data not set Restart service. EEPROM error Restart service. Touch panel not connected Restart service. No response from controller during calibration Restart service. Wrong area touched. Touch again Unpredicted driver error detected Restart service. Remedy - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV. - Respond to the message dialog and resume operation. - If the error occurs again, restart Printlink III-ID/IV.

0xC501

0xC502

0xC503

0xC504

0xC505

0xC506

0xC507

0xC508

0xC51E

0xC51F

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Chapter 6

Maintenance & Inspection


This chapter describes the procedure for maintaining the machine on a regular basis.

WARNING Cleaning with the power ON may lead to damaging the machine. Make sure that the power is OFF before cleaning the machine. Furthermore, be sure to unplug the power cord.

6.1 Checking the Fan Operation


Check if the ventilation fan on the backside of the machine is working properly from its sound, etc.

WARNING If the ventilation fan does not work properly, heat cannot be ejected from the internal section which may result in faulty operation of the server PC.

6.2 Cleaning the Controller


- LCD panel
Wipe the surface of the LCD panel carefully with a soft cloth.

CAUTION The surface of the LCD panel is vulnerable to scratches, so do not use a hard cloth or tap it with any hard object. In addition, do not push or apply excessive force on the LCD panel as it is very delicate.

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6.3 Cleaning the Main Body


- Power plug
Clean the power plug on a regular basis.

WARNING Cleaning with the power ON may lead to damaging the machine. Make sure that the power is OFF before cleaning the machine.

- Ventilation slot (fan)


If dust is accumulated on the ventilation slot on the backside of the machine or on the fan, suck away the dust with a vacuum cleaner from the outside of the machine.

Vacuum cleaner Ventilation slots

Rear Side of the Main Body

Figure 6.1 Cleaning the Ventilation Slot

WARNING If the ventilation fan does not work properly, heat cannot be ejected from the internal section which may result in faulty operation of Printlink III-ID/IV.

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6.4 Schedule for Maintenance & Inspection


Customer's responsibilities
Interval Contents Checking fan operation X 1 week 1 month 3 months 6 months 12 months

Cleaning the controller

Cleaning the Main Body

The above interval is just an index, so perform maintenance or inspection according to your operating environment.

Other maintenance and inspection tasks


Interval 3 months Contents Cleaning the internal sections Replacing the embedded lithium battery Replacing the hard disk X 6 months 12 months 24 months 36 months

Every 4 years After approx. 20,000hr or 5 to 6 years (when used continuously for 12 hours a day, 300 days a year)

The above contents are included in the inspected items of the maintenance contract. Please contact Konica Minolta for details.

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Specifications
The following are the specifications for Printlink III-ID/IV.
Model Connected imager Interface Image HD capacity Format Test pattern Interpolation Image rotation Exposure condition setting Border Image frame setting Negative/Positive reverse Erase memory Random exposure Host control Text input function Copy function Controller Outer Dimensions Main body Controller Weight Power source Power consumption (main unit) Operating environment Magnetic properties resistance Calorific value Optional items Printlink III-ID/IV Laser Imager DRYPRO Series Digital / Video 40GB 1,2,4,6,9,12,15,16,20,24,25,30,35,36,42,48,64, and combined format (Some formats cannot be used depending on the connected imager, number of pixel data, or film size.) SMPTE pattern is installed. Capable Capable of 90-degree rotation Capable of setting 8 channels for contrast, density, image frame and its polarity, interpolation processing, format, and border. Capable of selecting between black and clear. Capable of selection with or without an image frame. Capable of selecting negative or positive with the reverse function. Capable of erasing one frame at random or batch-erasing one page. Capable Capable of connecting with certain devices. Capable of burning the date, messages, etc. in the margin. Capable of printing 99 copies of the original. LCD with backlight 98mm (W) 329mm (H) 357mm (D) 160mm (W) 85mm (H) 178mm (D) * 114.3mm in height (H) with the stand erected. 8kg with the main body and controller combined. 100V AC10%,50/60Hz1Hz 120V AC10%,60Hz1Hz 220V - 240V AC10%,50/60Hz1Hz 100W 10 - 35C, 30 - 75%RH (no condensation) 5 gauss or below 360KJ/h various host controllers, local switch, various cables, UPS

* The above specifications are subject to change without notice.

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Index

INDEX
This is an index of terminology used in the Operation Manual for Printlink III-ID/IV. A A printed image Canceling a reprint operation 3-41 Editing printed image data 3-42 Erasing a protected page 3-47 Invoking printed image data 3-38 Protect 3-38 Re-printing 3-41 Auto print 3-12, 3-55, 4-37 C Cleaning Controller 6-1 Fan 6-2 Main Body 6-2 Clearing a queue 3-77, 4-11 Contrast 3-27, 4-20 COPY Copy stop 3-76, 4-9 Setting the copy count 3-75, 4-41 Custom format 3-32, 3-34, 4-14 D Density 3-26, 4-19 F Format 3-34, 4-12 I Imager3-4, 3-36, 3-61, 3-64, 3-70 L LOGON 3-39, 3-45, 4-38 LUT 3-26, 4-20 O OCR3-6, 3-16, 3-20, 3-57, 3-59, 3-65, 4-37 P Print 3-11 R Resuming Output 3-38

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S Screen CHANGE STORE POSITION screen 3-9, 3-17, 3-42, 4-4 CONDITION NO. SELECT screen 3-19, 4-17 COPY COUNT screen 3-75, 4-41 CUSTOM FORMAT screen 3-32, 3-34, 4-14 FILM DATA screen 3-22, 4-33 FILM SET screen 3-62, 4-22 FORMAT screen 3-34, 4-12 FUNCTION screen 4-11 ID/NAME EDIT screen 3-20, 4-5 LOGON screen 3-39, 3-45, 4-38 MAIN screen 3-5, 4-1 OUTPUT LOG screen 3-39, 3-45, 3-49, 4-27 PARAMETER SET screen3-24, 3-62, 3-65, 3-68, 3-71, 4-15 ROUTE SELECT screen 3-36, 4-39 SAVE IMAGES SELECT screen 3-46, 3-50, 4-30 SET CONDITIONS screen 3-25, 4-17 SET CONTRAST screen 3-27, 4-20 SET DENSITY screen 3-26, 4-19 SET LUT screen 3-26, 4-20 SET IMAGE INTERPOLATION & SMOOTHING METHOD screen 3-28, 4-21 SET SORTER screen 3-65, 4-23 SET STAMP screen 3-68, 4-24 SETUP screen 3-54, 4-36 STATUS screen 3-74, 3-76, 4-9 STORAGE SELECT screen 3-73, 3-78, 4-10 Stamp 3-68, 4-24 Storage 3-37 Store Direct 3-9 Normal 3-7 Specifying the position 3-5 Study 3-57

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