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Manual,Service,OrthoScanHD1000

(10000004)

PartNumber0500010

InitialReleaseApprovals

AnitaEaves

PeteKilpatrick

Originator
Date:4/2/10

QARA
Date:4/2/10

AnitaEaves

DocumentOwner
Date:4/2/10

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RevisionDate

RevisionSummary

1/11/10

Release

8212EastEvansRoad
Scottsdale,AZ85260

THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS SOP IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF ORTHOSCAN. ANY REPRODUCTION
IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF ORTHOSCAN IS PROHIBITED.

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SERVICEMANUAL

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OrthoScanHDModel10000004
MiniCarmImagingSystem

ServiceManual

8212EastEvansRoad
Scottsdale,AZ85260

Phone:4805038010

fax:4805038011
support@orthoscan.com
www.orthoscan.com

OrthoScan Service Department in the U.S. call toll free:


+1-866-996-0472

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PROPRIETARYANDCONFIDENTIALTheinformationcontainedin
thisdocumentisthesolepropertyofOrthoScan,Inc.Any
reproductioninpartorasawholewithouttheexpresswritten
permissionofOrthoScan,Inc.isprohibited.

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TABLEOFCONTENTS
Introduction.........................................................................................................1

ProductSpecificationsandComponents................................................................................2
ORTHOSCANHDPRODUCTSPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................................................................21

OrthoScanMajorComponents........................................................................................................................................22
FLEXARMCOMPONENTSANDBACKPANELCONNECTIONS..............................................................................................................................23

ElectronicChassisComponents.......................................................................................................................................24

Removal/ReplacementInstructions.......................................................................................3
EMPlateRemoval............................................................................................................................................................31
ElectronicChassisRemoval..............................................................................................................................................32
VideoCCARemoval..........................................................................................................................................................33
MonitorKeyboardAssemblyRemoval.............................................................................................................................34
XRayLightReplacement.................................................................................................................................................35
MonitorArmRemoval.....................................................................................................................................................36
MonitorArmTensionAdjustment...................................................................................................................................37
MonitorRemoval.............................................................................................................................................................38
PrinterRemoval...............................................................................................................................................................39

SystemSetUp.......................................................................................................................4
DICOMSetup...................................................................................................................................................................41
StorageProviderSetup....................................................................................................................................................42
WorklistProviderSetup...................................................................................................................................................43
DICOMPrintProviderSetup............................................................................................................................................44

ImageCalibration..................................................................................................................5
AppendixA.......................................................................................................................................................................51
Procedure.........................................................................................................................................................................52
PreparationofCollimator................................................................................................................................................53
IrisAdjustment.................................................................................................................................................................54
CameraAdjustment..........................................................................................................................................................55
CompletionofCollimator.................................................................................................................................................56
CollimatorAlignment.......................................................................................................................................................57

SystemQCDocumentation....................................................................................................6
RadiationQCDocument..................................................................................................................................................61
CollimationTemplate.......................................................................................................................................................62
Schematics.......................................................................................................................................................................63

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1Introduction

Purpose

ThisservicemanualprovidesserviceinformationformajorcomponentsandsubassembliesoftheOrthoScan
HDModel10000004minicarmimagingsystem.

Scope

Thisdocumentandthediagramsandschematicscontainedhereinarewrittenfortechnicalpersonnel,suchas
biomedicalengineers.

ThisversionoftheservicemanualisintendedforuseonmachinesmanufacturedafterMay2008,oron
machinespriortothisdatewhichhavebeenupdatedtotheOS1005system.

Precautions

Repair,maintenance,calibrationorothertypesofservicemustalwaysbecarriedoutbysuitablyqualified
personnel.OrthoScancanprovideservicedirectly.
Servicebyunauthorizedservicepersonnelwillvoidanyremainingwarranty.

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2 PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND COMPONENTS

2.1OrthoScanHD1000ProductSpecifications

NOTE:Productdesignandspecificationsaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.
Equipment Classification

Class 1 Device

Water ingress protection classification

Ordinary Equipment

Mode of operation

Continuous Operation

Electric shock protection classification

Type B applied part

POWER REQUIREMENTS
Nominal rated line voltage

100 / 120 / 230 V~ (autosensing)

Frequency

50 Hz or 60 Hz

Line voltage regulation

+ 10% daily line reg.

Current

< 4A at 120 V~, 5A at 100 V~, 2A at 230 V~


120 V~: Bel Fuse 5ET 4 or Littlefuse 0213 0004(P)
230 V~: Bel Fuse 5ET 2 or Littlefuse 0213 0002(P)

Mains Fuses
X-RAY SPECIFICATIONS
Duty cycle at 75 kVp / 0.1mA

continuous duty

X-ray source

Superior SXR-80

X-ray tube window

0.75 mm Beryllium

Beam filtration

2.5 mm Aluminum equivalent

Focal spot

50 microns

Field of view

operator selectable collimation of 10 cm (4 in) or 15 cm


(6 in)

Rated peak tube potential

80 kVp

Tube kVp range

40 to 75 kVp

Tube current range

40 to 100 A (0.04 to 0.100 mA)

Deviation from indicated values

kV + 7%, A + 10%

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ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS
Storage Conditions

Temperature Range 0Cto55C(32Fto131F)


RelativeHumidity of >10% to < 100% (no condensation)
Atmospheric Pressure of 500hPa to 1060hPa

Operating Temperature (Ambient)

15 to 32C (59 to 90F)

Operating Humidity (Ambient)

20% 80% relative humidity, non-condensing

IMAGING SPECIFICATIONS
Image Intensifier

High sensitivity Cesium Iodide

Image processing

Digital

Monitor

Diagonal viewing size monochrome LCD

Video System

1k by 1k CCD video camera

Video Output Signal

HDMI / VGA

WEIGHTS AND DIMENSIONS


Source to Intensifier Distance (SID)

45 cm (17.72 in)

Source to Skin Distance (SSD)

10 cm (3.94 in)

C-arm Free Space

35 cm (13.7 in)

C-arm Depth of Arc

46 cm (18.2 in)

Height

147 cm (58 in)

Width

78 cm (30.5 in)

Weight

180 kg (400 lb)

Shipping Weight

194 kg (430 lb)

Ground Clearance

18 cm (7 in)

Power Cord Length

610 cm (20 ft)

Footprint

79 cm x 101 cm (40 in x 31 in)

ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in strict
accordance with the manufacturers instructions, may cause or receive interference.
If this equipment seems to cause or receive interference when turned on (which may be determined
by turning equipment off and on), try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
steps: relocate the equipment with respect to other equipment in the room, or plug the system into a
different outlet so that the circuit is not shared with the other equipment, or use other measures, as
required. Call the phone number listed on the cover of this manual if you have questions concerning
electrical power for the system.
Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the agency responsible for
compliance could void the authority of the owner/user to operate the equipment. If any
modification is made, the owner/user is responsible for compliance of the equipment.
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2.2OrthoScanMajorComponents

ThemajorcomponentsoftheOrthoScanHD1000minicarmimagingsystemareshownbelow:

X-Ray Source Assembly

Power Switch

Image Intensifier

Printer (Optional)

Collimator

Retractable Power Cable

Orbital Lock

Back Panel Connections

Flex Arm

Brake

Keyboard

Cabinet

X-Ray On Light

Laser Aperture

Flat-Screen Monitor

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2.3FlexArmComponents
Flexarmiscomprisedofthewristjoint,forearm,elbowjointandshoulderasdepictedbelow.

Wrist
Forearm

Elbow

Shoulder

BackPanelConnections

A
B
C
D

Ground Probe
Ethernet Port for PACS
VGA Output
Fuses

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2.4ElectronicChassisComponents

Frontwithcordreelremoved

FrontwithVideoCCAremoved

C
E
D

A
B
C
D
E

VideoCCA(915001301)
CoolingFans(9200078)
WirelessfootswitchCCA(2400054)ifequipped
EMIfilter(2300013)
Powercontrolboard(9100009)

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Rear

Completedelectricalchassis

FTorroidisolationtransformer(2300011)
GPowerboxpowersupply(2600026)
HMeanwellpowersupply(2600031)

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3REMOVAL/REPLACEMENTINSTRUCTIONS

3.1EMIPlateRemoval
Toolsneeded:
(1)Ratchetw/10mmsocket
(1)nutdriver
(1)SmallPhillipsscrewdriver
(1)LargePhillipsscrewdriver
(1)NutDriver
Removebackpanelbylooseningthe4springloadedscrews

RemoveMonitorconnectionsasdepictedbelow.

Power
Switch

USB Panel Mount

USB to Monitor Hub

Monitor
Power

HDMI

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RemoveEMIshieldbyloosening2selftappingscrews(4010940)usingthe10mmratchet

8.

DisconnectHDMIcablefrompassthroughonEMIplate

HDMI pass through

Disconnect4positionpowerswitchreceptacleconnector

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Power Switch
Receptacle Connector

Disconnect2posmonitorpowerconnection

Monitor Power
Receptacle Connector

DisconnectthreeUSBcablesfromJ31locationonVideoCCAtothethreeUSB

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3 USB connections

FeedthruCouplersonthebottomsideoftheEMIshield

Disconnectthethree
printerpowercablesfromthe9200063cabletothe2500058BlackOutletConnector.
*Brownlive,bluenegative,&green/yellowground

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Printer Power Supply


Connector

Disconnectgreen/black2posXRaylightconnectorfromJ2locationonVideoCCA

X-Ray Light Connector

AtthispointtheEMIplatecanbecompletelyremovedandsetaside.

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3.2RemovingElectricalChassis
Tools:
(1)Ratchetw/10mmsocket
(1)nutdriver
(1)SmallPhillipsscrewdriver
(1)LargePhillipsscrewdriver
(1)10mmNutDriver
(1)7/16openendwrench

BeforeremovingtheelectricalchassisfirstremovetheEMIplateasdescribedinsectionxx.x
OnceEMIplatehasbeenremovedremovefuseboxanddisconnectallofthecablesfromthefusebox.

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Withfuseboxremovedchecktoseeifunitisequippedwithawirelessreceiver.Ifpresentdisconnectthe
wirelessfootswitchsensorcable.

Wireless footswitch
sensor cable

Nextdisconnectallumbilicalcableconnections
Groundwires

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Cameracable

HVPSSignalcablesandHVPSpowerconnection

DisconnectVGAfromJ2ontopofvideoCCA

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Tubeheadimagebuttonconnection

Wiredfootswitchconnection

Disconnect9200028blueCAT5cablefrombackofthefusepaneltoP7locationatthetopofthechassis

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Disconnectsignal/VGAcablefrom15PINlocationadjacenttoharddrive

Remove cord reel w/three bolts using a 7/16 wrench (white arrows) and 1 brown, blue and green(grnd)
electrical connection, then swing cord reel out of the way.

Atthispointusercanloosenfour4010940#14xselftapingscrews(redarrows)and
removeelectricalchassis

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3.3VideoCCARemoval
Disconnectgroundwires

Disconnect9200028blueCAT6cablefrombackofthefusepaneltoP7locationatthetopofthechassis

DisconnectVGAfromJ2ontopofvideoCCA

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DisconnectLVDScameracablefromDsubconnectoratP2locationonVideoCCA

LVDS Camera Cable

DisconnectsquarebrickHVPSsignalconnectorfromP3locationonVideoCCA

HVPS Signal Wires

Figure 22

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Disconnect3posHVPSpowerconnectorfromJ1locationonVideoCCA

HVPS Power

Figure 23

Disconnect2posXRayhandleimagebuttonconnectorwithredwiresfromJ11positiononVideoCCA

X-ray handle image


button signal connector

Figure 24
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DisconnectstandardfootswitchcablefromJ3locationonVideoCCA

Disconnectwirelessfootswitchimageanddocumentationconnections

Wireless foot switch


document connection

Wireless foot switch Xray connection

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Disconnectgrayandwhite10seconddelayconnection

10 second delay
connection

Disconnectsignal/VGAcablefrom15PINlocationadjacenttoharddrive

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Disconnect11positionconnectorfrom
J1onVideoCCA

Disconnecttwofanpowercablesfrom
J23andJ2onVideoCCA

Disconnect4positionredconnectorfromJ14onvideoCCAbeingcarefulnottointerferewithribboncable

4 position red connector


located behind ribbon
cable

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Disconnect4positionharddrivepowercable
NOTE:Ifunitisequippedwithasolidstatedrive,thenthe4positionpowercableisconnectedtotherearof
thedrive.

VideoCCAcannowberemovedbyloosening4nutssecuringVideoCCAtoelectricalchassis

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3.4MonitorkeyboardassemblyRemoval

Toremovemonitorkeyboardassembly,firstremovemonitorcablecoveranddisconnectthecablesas
depictedbelow.
Monitor Power
From Cart

DVI Cable
From Cart

USB From
Keyboard

USB Extension
From Cart

Oncecableshavebeendisconnectedremove1032x1/2screw(4010462)andantirotatewasher.

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3.5XRaylightreplacement
Xraylightisscrewedintomonitorarmsupportbracket.Toreplacesimplydisconnectlightthanunscrewlight
housingfrombracket.

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3.6MonitorArmRemoval

Tools:Wirecutters
Toremovemonitorarmfirstremoveziptiessecuringcablestomonitorarmtoallowcablestohangfreely.

Oncethecablesarefreethearmisjustapressfitintothetopofthechassis/tray(seecircledareabelow)

Monitorarmcannowberemovedfromcabinetbyliftinguponthewholeassembly.

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3.7MonitorArmTensionAdjustment
Ifmonitorheightdoesnotstayinplacethetensioncanbeadjustedwiththescrewlocatedintheknuckle.As
depictedbelowlooseningthescrewwillstrengthenthetensionandtighteningthescrewwillloosenthe
tension.

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3.8MonitorRemoval
Tools:
Allenwrenchset
Wirecutters
Zipties
Toremovemonitorkeyboardassembly,firstremovemonitorcablecoveranddisconnectthecablesas
depictedbelow.
MonitorPower
FromCart

DVICable
FromCart

USBFrom
Keyboard

USBExtension
FromCart

Figure340
OnceallofthecablearefreeunscrewfourM4.7x25screwstoremovemonitor
Monitorscrews

Figure341
Installationisthereverseofremoval.

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3.9Printerinstallation,removal,replacement
Tools:LargeandsmallPhilipsheadscrewdriver

RemovebackpanelusinglargePhilipsheadscrewdriver.Oncebackpanelhasbeenremovedunscrewtwo
Philipsheadscrewsthatholdprinterinplace.

Oncescrewshavebeenremovedprintercanbeslidout.DisconnectprinterpowerandUSBcables.

Printer
USB

Printer power

Installationisthereverseofremoval.

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4SYSTEMSETUP

4.1DICOMSetup
DICOMsetupisperformedthroughthesystemconfigurationmenu.Toaccessthismenu,rightclick
anywhereonthescreen,andselectthesystemconfigurationoption.Apasswordisrequiredtoaccessthis
menuOrthoScancansupplythisuponrequest.Enterthispasswordintothepassworddialogbox(referto
figure8.1)andpressreturnonthekeyboard.

Figure8.1:Passworddialog
Oncethepasswordhasbeenaccepted,thesystemsettingsdialogboxwillappear(seefigure8.2).

ModalitySetup

Figure8.2:systemsettingsdialogbox

ThehospitalnamefieldcorrespondstotheInstitutionName(0008,0080)tagintheDICOMheaderfield.
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theAEtitleistheAEtitleassignedtotheOrthoScanminicarm
theStationNamefieldcorrespondstotheStationName(0008,1010)tagintheDICOMheaderfield
theModalityfieldcorrespondstotheModality(0008,0060)tagintheDICOMheaderfield
Aftermakingchanges,clicktheApplybuttonatthebottomlefttosavethechanges.

4.2StorageProviderSetup

Clickthestorageprovidersetuptab.

figure8.3:storageprovidersetuptab
ProviderDescriptionisadescriptivenamefortheserver,e.g.AnytownPACSServer
ProviderHostnameiseitherthehostnameorIPaddressofthestoragecommitmentprovider.Note:
enteringahostnamewillonlyworkifDNShasbeenconfiguredonthecarm.
ProviderPortNumberistheportnumberusedonthestoragecommitmentprovider
ProviderAETitleistheAEtitleofthestoragecommitmentprovider.

Afterenteringthedataintothefields,presstheAddbuttontosavethedata.Multiplestoragecommitment
providerscanbesetupandstored.

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4.3WorklistProviderSetup

Clickthestorageprovidersetuptab.

figure8.4:storageprovidersetuptab
ProviderDescriptionisadescriptivenamefortheworklistserver,e.g.AnytownWorklistProvider
ProviderHostnameiseitherthehostnameorIPaddressoftheworklistprovider.Note:enteringahostname
willonlyworkifDNShasbeenconfiguredonthecarm.
ProviderPortNumberistheportnumberusedontheworklistprovider
ProviderAETitleistheAEtitleoftheworklistprovider.

Afterenteringthedataintothefields,presstheAddbuttontosavethedata.Multipleworklistproviderscan
besetupandstored.

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4.4DICOMPrintProviderSetup

Clickthestorageprovidersetuptab.

figure8.4:printprovidersetuptab
ProviderDescriptionisadescriptivenamefortheprintserviceprovider,e.g.AnytownBlueFilmPrinter
ProviderHostnameiseitherthehostnameorIPaddressoftheprintserviceprovider.Note:enteringa
hostnamewillonlyworkifDNShasbeenconfiguredonthecarm.
ProviderPortNumberistheportnumberusedontheprintserviceprovider
ProviderAETitleistheAEtitleoftheprintserviceprovider.

Afterenteringthedataintothefields,presstheAddbuttontosavethedata.Multipleprintservice
providerscanbesetupandstored.

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5.1AppendixA
ImageCalibration

Purpose

ThisdocumentdescribeshowtocorrectlyandsafelyperformanalignmentandadjustmentofImage
IntensifierandCollimatoronanassembledOrthoScanHD1000.Itisimportantthatyoureadthroughthis
entiredocumenttobefamiliarwiththeprocedure,equipmentandsafetyprecautionsbeforeproceeding.

Scope

OnlytrainedandauthorizedpersonnelshallperformthefollowingprocedureofImageCalibration.All
OrthoScanHD1000mustundergothisprocess.

RelatedDocuments

0100108ImagecalibrationWorksheet

AuthoritiesandResponsibilities

Onlytrainedauthorizedpersonnelperformthefollowingalignmentandadjustmentsprocedures.Aradiation
detectionbadgeshallalwaysbewornthroughoutthisprocedure.Properradiationprotectivegarmentsmay
alsoneedtobewornwhenneeded.

Definitions

Therearevarioussymbolsusedthroughoutthisdocumenttoindicateimportantstepsintheprocedure.Table
1.3definesthesesymbolsanddescribestheirmeaning.
Symbol

Description
This symbol indicates that safety equipment or
clothing is required for this step.

Radiation hazard.

Electrical hazard.

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Table1.3:SymbolDefinitions

5.2Procedure
Safety
Thecalibrationandtestinginvolvesmanysignificantdangers.However,byfollowingthesesafetyprecautions,
wearingthecorrectsafetyclothingandusingthecorrectsafetyequipment,youcansignificantlyreducethe
risktoyourself.

Themaindangersyouwillbefacedwithare:
highvoltages
exposuretolead
radiationexposure
dangersassociatedwithusingtools

Beforeproceedingwithanypartoftheprocedures,takethetimetofamiliarizeyourselfwiththesteps
involved,andmakeyourselfawareofanypotentialhazardsinvolved.

Whenworkingwithhighvoltage(anythingabove50v),alwaysensurethatyouhaveinformedthepeople
workingaroundyou,andmakesuretheyareawareofwhattodoincaseofanemergency.Thisisforyour
safetyandtheirsyoubenefitfromhavingsomeoneavailableshouldsomethinggowrong,andtheybenefit
bymakingsurethattheykeepasafedistancefromwhatyouareworkingon.

Leadisapoisonousmaterial,andoralingestioncancauselongtermmentalhealtheffects.Therefore,always
wearlatexgloveswhenworkingwithlead,andwashyourhandswhenyouarefinished.Alwayscleantools
andequipment,andthesurfaceyouwereworkingon,afteryoufinishworkingwithlead.Neverputyour
handsnearyourmouthuntilyouhavewashedyourhands.

Radiationexposuremaynotbeeminentthemomentofexposurebutcancausemanyhealtheffects.Before
continuing,pleasebeawareofyoursurroundings.Ensurethatyoumaintainasafedistancefromothersthat
maybepassingtoavoidexposure.Aradiationbadgeshouldalwaysbewornwhenperformingxray
calibrationprocedures.

Beforeusinganytoolorequipment,makesureyouareawareofhowtouseitcorrectlyandsafely.

Thefollowingsafetyequipmentandclothingshouldbeavailable:
latexgloves
leadapron
safetyglasses

Inadditiontothis,youshouldweararadiationexposuretrackingbadge.

Ifyouareeverindoubtabouthowtoproceed,orunsureaboutwhatsafetyprecautionstotake,aska
supervisororcolleague.Neversacrificethesafetyofyourselforthosearoundyou.

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5.3PreparationofCollimator
Objective:
ToproperlyremoveIntermediateCollimatortoisolatetheIICameraalignmentprocess

Parts:
1. Qty:1
OrthoScanCArmreadyforImageCalibration

Tools:
1. 5/64AllenKey
2. 7/64AllenKey

Procedure:
1. RotatetheCarmsothattheIICameraisatthetopandtheHVPSisatthebottom.

Figure2.11:RotatedC
2. RemovetheIntermediateCollimator,sothatonlytheBaseCollimatorremains.SeeFigure2.12
andFigure2.13.
a. Removeone632screwfromeachoftheIntermediateCollimatorClamps.Retainthese
screwsfortheywillbereinstalledlaterintheprocedure.
b. Loosenbutdonotremovetheothertwoscrews.
c. RotatetheclampssothattheyareawayfromtheIntermediateCollimator.
d. Removethe632screwandwasherthatsecurestheIntermediateCollimatortotheBase
Collimator.Retainthescrewandwasherfortheywillbereinstalledlaterintheprocedure.
e. Loosen,butdonotremove,twosetscrewstofreetheIntermediateCollimator.The
IntermediateCollimatorshouldbefreeandeasilyremovedatthispoint.SeeFigure2.13.

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Figure2.12:RemovalofIntermediateCollimator

Figure2.13:IntermediateCollimatorremoved

Note:WiththeIntermediateCollimatorremoved,proceedtotheIrisandCameraAdjustmentprocesses.At
thisstage,cameraalignmentisfacilitatedbytheremovalofthebeamlimitingdevice.Oncethecamerais
aligned,theIntermediateCollimatorcanbereinstalledandaligned.

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ThefollowingstepisonlyperformediftheunitisequippedwithaThales
imageintensifierthatfails.IfequippedwithaNarragansett/Toshibaimage
intensifierproceedtostep5.6
5.4IrisAdjustment
Objective:
ProperlyadjustIrissettingsontheImageIntensifierCamera.

Parts:
1. Qty:1
OrthoScanCArmreadyforImageCalibrationwithIntermediateCollimatorremoved.

Tools:
1. 1/16AllenKey

Procedure:
1. LowertheCArmsothatthetopoftheIICameraisaccessible.
2. Usinga1/16AllenKey,penetratetheLoctitecoveringthescrewindicatedinFigure2.14.Loosen,
butdonotremovethesetscrew.

Figure2.14:LensAdjustmentsetscrew

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3. InserttheAllenkeyintooneofthemultipleholesthatlinetheLensAdjustmentabovetheset
screw.SeeFigure2.15.

Figure2.15:RotatingLensAdjustment

4. RotatetheLensadjustmentfirstCounterClockwiseapproximatelyandtoloosenLoctite.Note:
IfLensAdjustmentisdifficulttorotate,thesetscrewmaynotbeloosenedenough.
5. SlowlyrotateClockwiseuntilitstops.
6. RetightenLensAdjustmentsetscrew.Note:Donotovertightensetscrew.

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5.5CameraandIIAdjustment
Objective:
ToproperlyadjusttheIICamera
Parts:
1. Qty:1
OrthoScanCArmreadyforImageCalibrationwithIntermediateCollimatorremoved.
Tools:
1. 3mmThandleAllen

Procedure:

6Places*Camera
CoverScrews(white
circles)

4PlacesCamera
MountingScrews
(Redboxes)

Figure2.16:TopviewofIICamera

1. ConnectthePowerCordandFootSwitchtotheunit.
2. TurnCArmUnitONbypressingthemonetarygreenswitchonce.Waitforsystemtobootupand
youhavetheOrthoScanScreendisplayedwiththetextPressfootswitchtobegin
3. Takeanimagebymomentarilypressingthefootswitch.
4. Checktheimagedisplayedforanyblemishes,blackorwhitepixels,oranythingthatisoutofthe
ordinary.Ifanydiscrepantissuesarevisible,turnunitoffandtroubleshoot.
5. Usetheimagedisplayedonscreentodeterminewhatadjustmentsareneededtoeliminateany
blacksectionsoftheimage.
6. Slightlyloosenthefourmountingscrewsenoughsothatyoucanbarelymovethecamera.
7. Adjustthecameraandretightenthemountingscrews(4places)to4.425inchpounds.
8. Inadditiontoapplyingthetorquetomountingscrews,tightentheadjacentcamera*coverscrews
(6places)to4.425inchtorque.
9. Repeatsteps37untiltheimagedisplayedhasnoblacksectionsoriswithinspecificationlimits.
10. Whileimaging,rotatetheimageusingtheImageRotateKeysontheKeyboardandensurethatall
framesarefreeofblacksections.Ifnecessaryrepeatsteps37.
11. RotateCarmbacktoitsoriginalpositionwithIIatthebottomandHVPSatthetop.
12. Repeatsteps34.Ifnecessarysteps312mayneedtoberepeated.
13. Onceallblacksectionsareeliminatedorarewithinspecificationlimits,ensureallscrewsarefully
secure.Turnunitoff.

IICameraisalignedandUnitisreadyforCollimationalignment.
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5.6CompletionofCollimator
Objective:
ToproperlyreinstallandadjusttheIntermediateCollimatortofinalizetheinstallationofthe
Collimator

Parts:
1. Qty:1
OrthoScanCArmreadyforCollimation
2. Qty:1
IntermediateCollimator(removedinsection2.1.)
3. Qty:1
#8x3/8ODFlatWasher(P/N:4100021)(removedinsection2.1)
4. Qty:1
632x5/8SHCS(P/N:4010637)(removedinsection2.1)
5. Qty:6
632x3/8ButtonHDsocketScrew(P/N:4010521)(twowereremovedinsection2.1)
6. Qty:1
#8x3/8ODFlatWasher(P/N:4100021)(removedinsection2.1)
7. Qty:2
080xSHCS(P/N:4010605)
8. A/R
BearingGrease

Tools:
1. 5/64AllenKey
2. 7/64AllenKey
3. .050AllenKey
4. SmallFlatheadScrewdriver

Procedure:
1. RotateCarmsothatIIisatthetopandHVPSisatthebottom.
2. ObtaintheIntermediateCollimatorthatwasremovedpreviouslyandremovethetwo632x3/8
ButtonHDSocketScrewthatsecuretheSlideClamp.
3. RemovetheSlideClampandtheassembled4Slide.
4. ApplyathinlayerofBearingGreasetothetop,bottomandsidesofthe4Slide.SeeFigure2.21.

Figure2.21:4Slide

5. Cleanexcessgreasethatmayhavebuiltuponinteriorofcircularopening.
6. ReinstallslidetotheinterioroftheIntermediateCollimator.
7. ReinstalltheSlideClampandsecureitwithsix632x3/8ButtonHDsocketScrews(P/N:401
0521).
8. EnsurethattheSlidemovesfreely.
9. ThetwoballPlungesetscrewsmayneedtobeadjustedaccordinglytoallowsmoothmotionand
properoperationoftheballplungersinbothpositionsoftheslide.SeeFigure2.22.
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Note:Usecautiononcethegreasehasbeenappliedtotheslide.Thegreasecaneasilyattractforeign
materialsandothercontaminates.Useproperprecautionstoensurenoforeignmaterialenterthe
Collimatorassembly.

Figure2.22:TopviewofassembledIntermediateCollimator

10. LaytheIntermediateCollimatorintheinterioroftheCollimatorBase,sothattheopeningsofthe
twoareoverlaying.
11. SecuretheIntermediateCollimatorbyfingertighteningthetwosetscrewsoftheCollimatorBase
thatwereloosenedpreviouslyinsection2.1step2e.RefertoFigure2.12.
12. Reinstallthe632x5/8SHCS(P/N:4010637)(removedinsection2.1)and#8x3/8ODFlat
Washer(P/N:4100021)(removedinsection2.1).SeeFigure2.12.
13. RotatethetwoIntermediateCollimatorClampssothatitoverlapstheIntermediateCollimatorand
themountingholesalign.
14. SecuretheClampswithtwo632x3/8ButtonHDSocketScrews.Donotfullysecurethese
screws.Leavethemsnug.Theymayneedtobeloosenedlater.
15. Securethe4ModeSwitchwithtwo080xSHCS(P/N:4010605)tothemountingholes
indicatedinFigure2.23.

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Figure2.23:Switchmountingholes
16. Engage4SlidetoensureSwitchisactivated,setscrewonSlideisadjustedtothecorrectlength,
andslideisflushagainstwallsoftheIntermediateCollimatorwhenengaged.

Figure2.24:CompletedInstallationofCollimatorAssembly

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5.7CollimatorAlignment
Objective:
ToproperlyandcorrectlyperformtheCollimatorAlignment.

Parts:
1. Qty:1
OrthoScanCArmreadyforCollimatorAlignment

Tools:
1. 5/64AllenKey
2. 7/64AllenKey

Figure2.23:AdjustmentScrews

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Procedure:
1. TurnCArmunitONbyswitchingthemainswitchtotheONposition.Thenpressingthemonetarygreen
switchonce.WaitforsystemtobootupandtheOrthoScanScreendisplayed.Note:Keepallmetaland
bodypartsawayfromtheHVPSControlCCAandcables.ElectricshockandHighVoltageispresent.
2. BeforetakinganyimagethefollowingshouldalwaysbeobservedoftheCollimatorAssembly:
ThelockingscrewindicatedbyacircleinFigure2.23shouldalwaysbesnugandnottootightto
allowmovementoftheIntermediateCollimator.
CollimatorClampsaresnugagainsttheIntermediateCollimator.
AllsetscrewsindicatedbyrectanglesinFigure2.23shouldalwaysbesnugandrestingagainstthe
IntermediateCollimatorsidewalls.
CollimatorSlideislockedinitsposition,engagingtheballplungersineither4or6mode.
3. Takeanimagebymomentarilypressingthefootswitch.
4. Usingtheimagedisplayedonscreendeterminewhatadjustmentisneededtoeliminateanyblacksections
oftheimage.
5. TurnUnitOFFbypressinggreenmonetaryswitchonce.Note:Donotattempttoadjustsetscrewswhile
machineispoweredON.ElectricshockandHighVoltageispresent.
6. AdjusttheIntermediateCollimatorbylooseningand/ortighteningthesetscrewsandlockingscrew.Simple
adjustmentstepsareexplainedinTable2.3.

Adjustment
Forward

Back

Step1
Loosen
screw'1'and
'2'
Loosen
screw'3'and
'4'

Left

Loosen
screw'7'

Right

Loosen
screw'5'and
'6'

Step2
Tighten
screw'3'and
'4'
Tighten
screw'1'and
'2'
Tighten
screw'5'and
'6'
Tighten
screw'7'

Table2.3:BasicAdjustments

7. TurnUnitbackON.
8. Repeatstep3.Ifrequiredrepeatsteps45untiltheimagedisplayedhasnoblacksectionsoriswithin
specificationlimits.
9. Whileimaging,rotatetheimageusingtheImageRotateKeysandensurethatallframesarefreeofblack
sections.Ifnecessaryrepeatsteps36.
10. RotateCarmbacktoitsoriginalpositionwithIIatthebottomandHVPSatthetop.
11. Repeatstep3.Ifnecessarysteps47mayneedtoberepeated.
12. Repeatsteps312in4modewiththeslidemovedforward.
13. Onceallblacksectionsareeliminatedorarewithinspecificationlimitsinboth4and6mode,ensureall
screwsarefullytightened.
14. Whileimaging,ensureallrotationanglesarefreeofblacksections.Furtheradjustingmaybeneeded,as
tighteningallscrewsmaytweakthepositionoftheIntermediateCollimatorslightly.
15. Turnunitoff.

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6 SYSTEM QC DOCUMENTATION
6.1 Radiation QC Document
THIS DOCUMENT IS VALID FOR THE
FOLLOWING RANGE ONLY:

Machine Serial Number:

________________

Source to Detector Distance 18.0


Max. kV
75
Max. A 100

Exposure
Detector Test Equip ID____________ Cal Due Date_________

Base Test Equip ID______________ Cal Due Date:


NA
Use the manual kV/A buttons to select the indicated kV steps and record the observed kV and mR/s values in
the table below.

Indicated kV

Observed kV

Acceptable
Range (kV)

Observed mR/s

Acceptable
Range (mR/s)

56

52.0 59.9

1.4 1.9

66

61.4 70.6

2.5 3.4

75

69.8 78.8

3.7 5.1

Use the manual kV/A buttons to select the 66kV step. Make 4 successive exposures and record the observed
kV values in the table below.

Exposure 1

Exposure 2

Exposure 3

Exposure 4

Acceptable
Range
61.4 70.6

Leakage and Scatter


Survey Meter Test Equip ID___________ Cal Due Date_________
Tube leakage at 1m

mR/hr.

Maximum 10mR/hr

Scatter at 1m

mR/hr.

Maximum 10mR/hr

Unit Passed: _____

Date

Tested By:

Time

Reference:0200019

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6.2COLLIMATIONTEMPLATE

1cm

7cm

5cm

3cm

6cm
2cm

8cm

4cm

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