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Panoramic

ORTHOSLICE 1000

Panoramic & Cephalometric


ORTHOSLICE 1000 C

Operation Manual

Notice to the operator and maintenance supervisor.


Read this instruction manual before operation.
After reading this manual, keep it carefully near the equipment in an easily accessible location.
The original of this manual is an English version. B02-T080-02
Regarding the conformity to EMC, the products comply with EN standard of EN 60601-1-2.
The classification is as follows:
Radiation test: EN 55011 GROUP I CLASS B + 12 dB (EN 60601-1-2 36.201.1.5)
Conduction test: EN 55011 GROUP I CLASS A

This manual was revised on February 2001


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WARRANTY CONDITIONS

It is the responsability of the user to comply with current legislation concerning installation and operation
of the equipment.

In the event of incorrect use or defective maintenance not complying with the recommended scheme,
TROPHY RADIOLOGIE or its representative shall not be liable for any deficiencies, physical damage,
personal injuries or non conformity that may occur as a result.

The equipment must not be used if electrical, mechanical or radiation protection components are
defective, or if the operations stipulated by the maintenance programme have not been carried out.

Only TROPHY RADIOLOGIE or third parties duly authorized by TROPHY RADIOLOGIE may carry out
modifications or add extensions to the installation and equipment.

Such modifications shall always be carried out in compliance with the regulations in force in the country
of operation, and in compliance with normal trade practice.

If the power supply characteristics do not comply with the recommendations given in the Service and
Adjustment Manual, the OS1000 unit will not be able to provide maximum performance, and it will not
be possible to guarantee normal operation.

You can obtain a complete technical file about the OS1000 unit by simply requesting it from TROPHY
RADIOLOGIE.

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1. Introduction.
Thank you for choosing a Trophy Panoramic X-ray system OS 1000/C. We are sure you will be fully
satisfied with its use and diagnostic abilities.
Trophy Radiology units offer high quality and advanced technology.
Please read this manual carefully before using your unit. It contains important information on
operation and performance of the unit.
Other radiographic programs using the same operational procedure as for Panoramic Radiography
are omitted.
Refer to the Panoramic Radiography operational procedure when needed.
Please keep the manual in a safe place for future reference.

Protection against X-rays.

X-rays are not innocuous and can be dangerous if not used properly. You must therefore follow the
manual instructions and observe the “warning” and “caution” statements during operations.
Radiology units manufactured by Trophy comply with the strictest safety standards in force
throughout the world (IEC in Europe, CSA in Canada, UL in USA, etc.). They guarantee optimum
protection against radiation risks.
Nonetheless, you are handling a radiology unit specially designed to generate X-rays to allow
medical diagnosis on a film or using DIGIPAN ® (a digital dental imaging system). Consequently,
despite all the Trophy know-how and the inherent safety of our equipment, you must use
conventional commercial equipment to protect yourself and your patients against radiation risk.
For the same reason, the room where you operate your radiology unit must comply with all official
applicable regulations for protection against radiation.
Your distributor will be pleased to help you with the initial use of your unit and to answer to any
complementary information you may require.
You must use this X-ray unit with its beam limiting device.
The signs “Warning” and “Ionising radiation” fixed to the front panel of the control unit mean.

“WARNING, IONISING RADIATION”

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WARNING
For installation, operation, and maintenance work, be sure to follow the instructions included in each
manual.
Safety is attained through each individual’s cautiousness. Always conform to the safety work
standards so as to assure safety for workers and other people concerned.
Repair work for internal parts of the equipment involves danger, which therefore, should be strictly
conducted buy our trained staff.

NOTES
Details of Warning are stated as follows in this manual:
DANGER Explains about danger which may cause serious adverse effects on workers and
other people concerned.
WARNING Carries description necessary to prevent serious adverse effects on human bodies or
fire disaster from taking place.
CAUTION Carrier description necessary to prevent accident from taking place.
NOTE States descriptions which serve to improve work efficiency and to help people to
understand instructions in the manual.

WARNING
Operator side (hospitals, clinics) is responsible for operation and maintenance of the equipment.
This equipment should only be operated by persons qualified by law.
The operator should not open the cover of the equipment, because of the danger.
Also, repairing and checking inside portions of equipment is dangerous. When required, please
contact our agents or company.

DANGER
This equipment is electrical instrument. Do not splash water.
Such action causes electric shock or trouble of equipment.

WARNING
This equipment should be installed in an X-ray room with walls whose lead equivalent is over 1.0 mm
Pb. Exposure switch should be installed outside the X-ray room.

WARNING
During earthquake warning, do not use the equipment. After earthquake, make sure to check
whether equipment works with no trouble before operation. Neglecting this checking might cause
danger to patients.

WARNING
This X-ray unit may be dangerous to patient and operator unless safe exposure factors and operating
conditions are observed.

WARNING
Do not put objects in area where equipment functions.

WARNING
Put X-ray protector apron on patient and assistant.

WARNING
Make sure to disinfect parts of equipment patients and operator might touch after exposure of each
patient.

WARNING
Be aware of patient when Sliding Unit is moved up and down.

WARNING
When equipment is not used, make sure to turn off “Line Switch” on REST ASSY.

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WARNING
In case of trouble, make sure to turn off “Line Switch” on REST ASSY.

WARNING
During exposure, persons except patient and assistant must stay outside of X-ray room. The
assistant is defined as the person allowed by the doctor to assist in taking X-ray radiographs.

WARNING
Operate exposure switch outside of X-ray room. Watch patient and apparatus during exposure.
If problems arise, release exposure switch immediately.

WARNING
When radiograph is taken, adjust patient’s position by using Forehead Rest and Head Holder. Set the
focal spot at a distance to skin as large as possible in order to keep the dose absorbed by the patient
as low as reasonably achievable.
(Over 15 cm for DENTAL PANORAMIC TOMOGRAPHY, and over 20 cm for DENTAL
RADIOGRAPHY with nominal X-ray tube voltage exceeding 60 kV).

WARNING
This product complies with the requirements of EMC standard described in IEC 601-1-2.
The classification is as follows:
Radiation test: EN 55011 GROUP I CLASS B + 12 dB (EN 60601-1-2 36.201.1.5)
Conduction test: EN 55011 GROUP I CLASS A
Do not introduce other equipment in X-ray room because there might be interference due to
extremely weak EM leaking from the product.
Hence, radiograph of person using pacemaker, etc. or access to the equipment of such person is
under the responsibility of the operator.

CAUTION
When the equipment and/or its parts will be disposed, contact our representative agents or office.

CAUTION
Do not rotate arm by hand. It might damage the equipment.

CAUTION
Operator shall instruct the patient not to move until the end of the exposure.

CAUTION
Operator shall instruct the patient not to move until the end of the arm movement, during RESET.

WARNING
The patient’s positioning beams (Incisor, Frankfort plane Indicator and Median beams) are Laser
beam. So, do not stare into beam.
Wave length: 670nm Power:less than 1mW Class Laser product
(Over 15 cm for DENTAL PANORAMIC TOMOGRAPHY, and over 20 cm for DENTAL
RADIOGRAPHY with nominal X-ray tube voltage exceeding 60 kV).

WARNING
LASER RADIATION, DOT NOT STARE INTO BEAM, CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT
1. Laser Beam is applied. For safety, instruct patient not to look at the laser beam.
2. Before the beam is lightened, lower Frankfort Line Beam to bottom.
3. Do not aim the beam line to patient’s eyes.

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Contents

1. Outline of equipment ....................................................................................................................... 1


2. Features .......................................................................................................................................... 2
3. Names of each component ............................................................................................................. 3
4. Function of control panel and each switch ..................................................................................... 5
5. Preparation before operation .......................................................................................................... 8
6. Notice before exposure ................................................................................................................... 9
7. Panoramic radiography (adult, child) ............................................................................................ 11
8. Radiography for Maxillary Sinus ................................................................................................... 23
9. T.M.J. radiography for 4 sections lateral radiography ................................................................... 26
10. T.M.J. radiography for 2 sections frontal radiography ................................................................... 30
11. Cross Section radiography ............................................................................................................ 33
12. Cephalometric radiography ........................................................................................................... 39
13. Adjustment of time and date/ language ........................................................................................ 48
14. Troubleshooting and error indication ............................................................................................ 49
15. Information of office for connection ............................................................................................... 54
16. X-ray film ....................................................................................................................................... 54
17. Intensifying screen ........................................................................................................................ 54
18. Development ................................................................................................................................. 55
19. Table of exposure factor ............................................................................................................... 56
20. Magnification of image .................................................................................................................. 58
21. Daily maintenance.......................................................................................................................... 58
22. Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 59
23. Detailed identification equipment .................................................................................................. 61
24. X-ray Tube Focus and Film Layout ............................................................................................... 62
25. Maximum exposure field in each radiographic mode ................................................................... 63
26. Maintenance .................................................................................................................................. 64
27. Technical data ............................................................................................................................... 66

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Operating manual revision


This manual was updated in March 2000 from the English original document B02-T080-02
This manual was updated in February 2001 (Cross Section layer, laser beams added)

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1. Outline of equipment

1.1. Application
OS 1000/1000C can perform multiple orbit panoramic, sinus and TMJ radiography.
They can also perform cross section radiography (a kind of tomography).
These models can be applied widely to not only orthodontic, prothesis, oral surgery, implant treatment,
but also otorhinolaryngology, orthodontics, etc.

1.2. Components
1) Column
2) Sliding unit
3) Rotating unit
4) XRay Generator
5) XRay control and Inverter
6) Ceph unit for OS1000C
7) Standard accessories
Head holder for both panoramic – Maxillary Sinus radiography ..................................... 1 pair
Ear rod for TMJ 4 sections radiography .......................................................................... 1 pair
Ear rod for TMJ 2 sections radiography .......................................................................... 1 pair
Chinrest (1) for panoramic radiography .......................................................................... 1 pce.
Chinrest (2) for panoramic radiography (edentulous jaws) ............................................. 1 pce.
Chinrest (3) for Maxillary Sinus radiography ................................................................... 1 pce.
Rest unit for cross section radiography .......................................................................... 1 pce.*
Position plate for cross section radiography ................................................................... 1 pce.*
Bite block (panoramic) .................................................................................................... 1 pcs.
Bite block (cross section) ................................................................................................ 1 pcs.*
Exposure switch (with holder) ......................................................................................... 1 pce.
Bite block cover (disposable) .......................................................................................... 1 case

*The cross section programm and its accessories are not delivered with the economic units
OS1000E/CE.

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2. Features

2.1. Radiography using multiple orbit


It is possible to carry out a range of facial jaw panoramic radiography such as: panoramic, TMJ,
Maxillary Sinus, Cross Section.

2.2. AFC for patient positioning


Optimum patient positioning can be achieved easily with the Automatic Focus Control System, by
lighting beam line on patient’s subnasal.

2.3. Automatic Exposure Control


Built-in Sensors are used to control X-ray dosage, enabling exposures to be made under optimum
conditions.
Therefore, it is not necessary to set exposure factors for each patient.

2.4. X-ray generator with High Frequency Inverter


High frequency inverter system offers a very stable X-ray tube voltage and current.
Radiography is taken under excellent X-ray dosage control. Hence, the dose absorbed by the patient is
extremely reduced.

2.5. X-ray tube with small focus spot


Distinct radiographs can be obtained using tubes with focal spot sizes of 0.5 x 0.5 mm.

2.6. Every combination of exposure factor is available


Exposure parameters to suit selected model as shown below:
OS1000: tube voltage = 60 kV ~ 86 kV, tube current = 2 mA ~ 12 mA
OS1000 C: tube voltage = 60 kV ~ 90 kV, tube current = 2 mA ~ 15 mA
Exposure factors for every patient’s size can be set by combination of such wide exposure factors.

2.7. Patient positioning performed with beam lines


Easy and stable patient’s positioning is achieved by beam light for Frankfurt Plane and Median Line.

2.8. Mirror for patient positioning


Angle of the mirror can be altered to allow both operator and patient to confirm correct positioning.

2.9. Cross section radiography (tomography)


Cross section radiography of maxillary and mandibular bone structures can be taken by computerized
multi orbit control which is impossible with conventional equipment. Therefore, geometrical relation
between each tissue can be measured, and diagnostic information for implant treatment is available.

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3. Names of each component

OS1000

(OPTION)

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OS1000 C

(OPTION)

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4. Function of control panel and each switch

4.1. Control panel for beam positioning.

(AFC)

Beam control panel Line switch

Power switch

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4.2. Function of control panel


Control panel of OS1000 C is shown as follows.

Key switch Contents of function


FACTOR Select tube voltage, tube current, exposure time (only for Cephalo)
FACTOR UP Increase selected radiography factor with FACTOR key
FACTOR DOWN Decrease selected radiography factor with FACTOR key
READY READY on
RESET 1. Move arm and cassette holder to start point.
2. Release display of ERROR
NASION * Input nasion position
NASION UP * Increase value of nasion position
NASION DOWN * Decrease value of nasion position
ORBIT Select radiography mode
CEPHALO * Exchange PANORAMA / CEPHALO mode
INDICATOR BEAMS Turns on and off positioning lights
AUTO / MANUAL Exchange AUTO / MANUAL exposure or selects exposure factors for DIGIPAN®
DISPLAY Displays radiography factors and error message

* Available only for OS1000 C series.

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4.3. Display on control panel


Sample of display on panoramic radiography mode (AEC mode)

Voltage Density Ampere Time

AEC 5 10mA 12s


Exposure time
Tube current
Density
Tube voltage (Notes 1)
PANORAMA <READY>
Operation condition
Radiography mode
ADULT ORT1 AFC=10mm
Incisor distance
Radiography orbit
21/Dec/99 COR=5mm
Corrected value – Error code (Notes 2)
Date

Sample of display on cephalo radiography (AEC mode)

Voltage Density Ampere Time

AEC 5 15mA 1 .2 s
Exposure time
Tube current
Density
Tube voltage (Notes 1)
CEPHALO <READY>
Operation condition
Radiography
LA NP=60mm
Nasion distance
Exposure direction
21/Dec/99
Error code (Notes 2)
Date

(Notes 1)

1. Tube voltage is displayed in MANUAL MODE (for example: 80 kV).


2. In AUTO mode, X-ray tube voltage (average value) is indicated on control panel after exposure
(during cooling time).

(Notes 2)

1. Error code is displayed when error occurs.


2. In case of X-ray exposure, <X-RAY> is displayed on control panel.

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5. Preparation before operation

5.1. Prepare film and cassette necessary for radiography


1) Panorama – TMJ – Maxillary sinus – Cross section radiograph
Cassette for panoramic size – Film for panoramic size (15 x 30 cm)

2) Cephalometric frontal – Cephalometric lateral radiography


Cassette (18 x 24 cm). X-ray grid. Film (18 x 24 cm).

5.2. Insertion of film into cassette


1) Open cassette and position film.

NOTE
1. Insert film in dark room equiped with a safelight Kodak GBX-2, or inside a dark box. Handle the film
on a dry and clean work area by the corners. Avoid slidind of the film on the screens as this will
generate static electricity and mark the film.
2. Keep un-used films and loaded cassette in the dark room or in lead box away from radiation.

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6. Notice before exposure

Cooling Time Function (cooling time for X-ray tube)


In order to protect X-ray tube, cooling time function (cooling time for X-ray tube) is performed.
After each exposure, the following message is indicated on control panel.

   


 
  


All keys except RESET key cannot be operated during the cooling.
In addition, even if power is cut-off, cooling time do not become “0” because the program is keeping to
count cooling time.

NOTE
Cooling time for TMJ (LA) is activated only after the second section.

Aging processing
On case that X-ray has not been used over 49 days, the following message is indicated on control panel
when power is turned on.

  


 
   


AGING MODE 2 means number of aging process to be performed.

Example of AGING MODE 2


Once aging process is finished, cooling time is counted, down, then AGING MODE 1 follows.
When the above procedure is repeated 2 times, aging process is finished, and returns to normal
radiographic mode.

1) Set whether aging process is performed or not.


➀ Depress SELECT key, flash ON when aging process is performed, and flash OFF when aging
process is not performed.
➁ Depress anyone of + or – keys under SELECT .

WARNING
When aging is bypassed, lifetime of X-ray tube is reduced.

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2) On case of AGING ON:


Following message is indicated.

  


 
  


➀ On case of , depress RESET key to return to start point.


➁ Depress READY key.
➂ When   is lighted-up, depress X-ray switch.

3) On case of AGING OFF:


It returns to Normal radiographic mode.

Input of correction value


1) Depress AEC key and return to manual mode.
2) Depress SELECT key and set tube voltage.
3) Keep depressing “-“ key under SELECT until tube voltage value is “0 kV”.
4) Depress PROG key until correction value is displayed on control panel (after “change of date”).

  


      
 


5) Depress SELECT key and CORRECT VALUE flashes


6) Depress “+” “-“ key under SELECT to set correction value
Once correction value is set, it is memorized, to change it, restart the entire procedure from point 1.
Correction value can be set between “-5 mm” and “+5 mm”.

X-ray exposure counter


1) Depress AEC key and return to manual mode.
2) Depress SELECT key and set tube voltage.
3) Keep depressing “-“ key under SELECT until tube voltage value is “0 kV”.
4) Depress PROG key until X-ray exposure counter is displayed on control panel (after “correct value”).

  


        
        


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7. Panoramic radiography (adult, child)


Regarding each radiographic mode, the procedure for panoramic radiography is basically explained.
In case of the same operation in other radiography modes, explanation for the section 7.1 and 7.2 is
eliminated.
Refer to these sections when operation is performed.

7.1. Setting of cassette


1) Place cassette for panoramic radiography in cassette holder.

NOTES
Film cassette has directionality.
When cassette is inserted, TUBESIDE must face XRay generator. Position in correct orientation.

7.2. Power and Line on


1) Turn LINE switch “I” on REST ASSY.
2) Depress I of POWER switch.
3)  is displayed on control panel and flashes until patient’s positioning beam moves to
standard position.

   


 
   
 

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3) When exposure is finished,  or  is indicated.


If arm is not in start position,  is indicated.
Depress RESET switch, and arm rotates to the start position.
Then,  is indicated.

CAUTION
When RESET switch is depressed, arm starts to rotate.
Stand clear of rotation area.

Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


 
   
 

NOTES
1. After power switch is turned on, unit automatically turns off power by safety function if no switch is
operated during 5 minutes.
2. When arm is not on start position,  is displayed on control panel. Depress RESET switch.
Then arm is moved to start position and  is displayed.

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7.3. Selection of radiography orbit


1) Depress SELECT key repeatedly until the orbit is displayed flashing, and select with + or - keys.
in case of adult:       
in case of child:       

2) Explanation of Panoramic Orbit


   
   
By this orbit, radiograph with less ghost image around mandibular and less density difference can be
taken.
So, radiograph taken by this orbit is applicable for diagnostic of root portion in mandibular.
Typical drawing of radiographic orbit.

   


   
By this orbit, radiograph with less ghost image around mandibular and less overlapping of teeth can
be taken.
So, radiograph taken by this orbit is applicable for diagnostic of maxillary and mandibular.

Typical drawing of radiographic orbit.

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   


   
X-ray is exposed to teeth at best angle for radiograph.
Radiograph with less overlapping of teeth can be taken.
So, radiograph taken by this orbit is applicable for detail diagnostics.

Typical drawing of
radiographic orbit.

Display for adult radiography: Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


 
   
 

Display for child radiography: Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


 
   
 

7.4. Selection of AUTO EXPOSURE (AEC) / MANUAL EXPOSURE

NOTE
When the unit is equiped with the DIGIPAN® cassette, the AEC in the panoramic mode is not available.
The AEC key is used to select the desired exposure factors (4 values) and each one can be set as
described hereafter in the Manual Exposure Mode.
The AEC remains availale in the ceph mode.

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1) Depress AEC switch on control panel to select.


2) In case of AUTO EXPOSURE,  is displayed on indicator.

Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


 
   
 

1. Depress SELECT switch on control panel so that density is displayed flashing.


2. Depress + – switch under SELECT key, and set density.
3. After display of density is flashed several times, setting of density is finished.
- For children of 4-5 years old, decrease density by 2 or 3 steps.
- For children of 6-10 years old, decrease density by 1 or 2 steps.
NOTES
Density can be set by 10 steps. This selection is used for correction of X-ray film sensitivity or
adjustment of film density due to declination of developer.
Standard density is level 6 (lower density < level 6 < high density).

3) In case of MANUAL EXPOSURE


In order to set tube voltage (kV) and tube current (mA), refer to “Table of panorama exposure factors”
(page 56).

Setting of tube voltage (kV):


It can be set in range of 60 kV ~ 86 kV by 1 kV step.
1. Depress SELECT key, and tube voltage indicator flashes.
2. Depress + – key to set tube voltage.
3. After display of tube voltage is flashed several times, setting is finished.

Setting of tube current (mA):


2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, (15 mA Cephalo only) can be set.
1. Depress SELECT key, and tube current indicator flashes.
2. Depress + – key under SELECT key and set tube current.
3. After display of tube current flashed several times, setting is finished.

In case of Manual Mode, kV value is displayed on indicator.


Voltage Density Ampere Time

  


 
   
 

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7.5. Positioning of patient


1) Attach “Chinrest (1) for Panorama” or “Chinrest (2) for edentulous jaws and “Head Holder” as follows

2) Cover “Bite Block (Panoramic)” with “Bite Block Cover”.

NOTES
Remove and dispose of “Bite Block Cover” after each patient.

3) Ask patient to remove any metal objects, suchs as glasses, jewels, metal bridges or other oral
appliances, hearing devices, neck chains, ear rings etc. from around the head and neck area.
Ghost images due to metal objects may cause non diagnostic areas.
Take time to position the patient and explain the purpose and operation of the equipment specially
with children.

WARNING
Make sure patient and assistant are wearing protective apron.

4) Move “Sliding Unit” up and down, and adjust position of “Chinrest” just below patient’s chin.

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5) Allow patient to stand with his heel joined, and ensure that his cervical vertebrae and back are straight.

6) Adjust patient’s Frankfurt plane parallel to surface of “Chinrest”.


Frankfurt plane: Orbito-meatal plane.

7) Move “Sliding Unit” up and down, and adjust so that “Chinrest” softly touches patient’s chin.

CAUTION
Take care of patient when sliding unit is moved up and down.

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8) Allow patient to hold both handles.


CAUTION
Direct patient to hold the lower part of the handle so that hand or finger does not come out of upper part.

9) Direct patient to bite the grooves of “Bite Block”, and put his chin on “Chinrest”.

10) Adjust “Head Holder” to secure patient’s head position.


11) Depress switch on control panel, or any switch of ▲ ▼ on beam control panel.

“Median Beam”, “Frankfurt Beam” and “Incisor Beam” are turned on at the same time, and turn off
automatically in 60 sec.

WARNING
LASER RADIATION, DOT NOT STARE INTO BEAM, CLASS 2 LASER PRODUCT
1. Laser Beam is applied. For safety, instruct patient not to look at the laser beam.
2. Before the beam is lightened, lower Frankfort Line Beam to bottom.
3. Do not aim the beam line to patient’s eyes.

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12) Adjust patient’s median line to “Median Beam”.

13) Depress Frankfurt beam ▲ ▼ switch on control panel, and move “Frankfurt beam” up and down so
that the beam line coincides on patient’s Frankfurt plane.

14) Close “Head Holder”, and fix patient’s head securely.

15) Turn knob of “Forehead Rest” to position patient’s forehead.

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16) Depress Incisor ▲ ▼ and switch on beam control panel, and move “Incisor Beam” up and



down, right and left, so that “Median Beam” and “Incisor Beam” may exactly meet on patient’s
subnasal.

17) Check patient’s positioning again. If it is not correct, repeat the procedure in above items 11) to 17).
18) Correction of radiography orbit layer.
Standard orbit of Panorama is 16 mm (ADULT), 12 mm (CHILD) behind subnasal.
When correction is needed due to shape of patient’s incisor, the correction value is calculated as follows.

Correction value = (distance from below subnasal to root end of incisor teeth) - 16 mm.

Exam: Patient with distance = 15 mm


Correction value: 15 - 16 = -1 mm (Refer to Fig. 1)
Exam: Patient with distance = 17 mm
Correction value: 17 - 16 = +1 mm (Refer to Fig. 2)

Fig. 1 Fig. 2
Distance from “subnasal” Distance from “subnasal”
to “root end of incisor” 15 mm to “root end of incisor” 17 mm

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Input of correction value


Please refer to the “input of correction value” page 10
Correction value can be set between “-5 mm” and “+5 mm”.
Panoramic radiography can be taken when the incisor and correction value are as follows: -15 mm ≤
(AFC value + correction value) ≤ +15 mm.

1) Depress “SELECT” key repeatedly, so that “COR = 0 mm” is displayed flashing.


2) Depress “+” “-“ under “SELECT” key and put in correction value.
Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


 
   
 

7.6. Ready ON
1) Depress RESET on control panel, arm moves to the start position, then depress READY

After  flashes several times,   is displayed.

Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


  
   
 

NOTES
1. When indicator panel shows , depress RESET switch, and arm moves to starting
position.
When indication changes to , depress READY switch.
2. After   is indicated, unless exposure switch is depressed,   is
released automatically.
3. Under   condition, each operation switch can not be activated.
To release  , depress RESET switch.

2) Instruct patient to close lips and place the tongue against the palate, breath normaly through the
nose and remain still during exposure. In case of children, ask them to close the eyes.

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7.7. Exposure
1) Keep exposure switch depressed until exposure is finished.
When exposure switch is depressed, buzzer sounds, < X-RAY> is displayed on control panel and
arm begins to rotate. When exposure is finished, buzzer stops and arm stops rotation.
WARNING
1. Nobody should enter X-ray room during exposure except patient and assistant.
2. Operate exposure switch outside of X-ray room.
3. Watch patient and apparatus during exposure.
If problems arise release exposure switch immediatly.

NOTES
1. Deadman exposure switch facility.
After the switch is released, exposure and rotation of arm are stopped immediately.
2. When exposure switch is released by mistake, remove patient and depress RESET to return arm to
starting position. In order to take exposure again, replace X-ray film.
3. When exposure switch is released under situation that exposure is not initiated but arm begins
rotation, return arm to starting position, in order to carry out exposure.

7.8. Release of patient


Open “Head Holder” and loosen “Forehead Rest” to release patient.

7.9. Removing of cassette


Remove cassette from cassette holder, and develop the film.
Remove disposable «Bite Block Cover» and desinfect the unit.

7.10. Setting arm to starting position


Depress RESET switch, arm returns to starting position.

CAUTION
RESET switch is depressed, arm starts to rotate.
Keep clear of rotation area

7.11. Power off


Depress O on LINE switch to turn off the unit.

WARNING
When apparatus is not used, make sure to turn power and line off for safety.

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8. Radiography of Maxillary Sinus

8.1. Setting of cassette


Refer to section 7.1 (page 11) as Panorama radiography.

8.2. Power and line on


Refer to section 7.2 (page 11) .

8.3. Selection of radiography orbit


1) Depress PROG switch repeatedly, and set radiography to    .

Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


  
  
 

8.4. Selection of AUTO EXPOSURE (AEC) / MANUAL EXPOSURE


1) Setting of AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE / MANUAL EXPOSURE
Refer to the section 7.4 (page 15) as Panorama radiography
2) AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE

AEC mode is indicated as follows:

Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


  
  
 

3) MANUAL EXPOSURE
Referring to “Table of maxillary exposure factors (page 56)” set tube voltage (kV) and tube current (mA).
Refer to section 7.4.3 (page 15) as Panorama radiography.

MANUAL mode is indicated as follows:

Voltage Density Ampere Time

  


  
  
 

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8.5. Positioning of patient


1) Install “Chinrest (2)” for Maxillary Sinus radiography and “Head Holder” for panoramic radiograph.

2) Refer to section 7.5 (pages 16 to 20) as Panorama radiography.


Bite block is not applied.

3) Correction of radiography orbit


Refer to section 7.5.18 (pages 20/21) as Panorama radiography.
Maxillary Sinus radiography can be taken within the range of -35 mm ≤ AFC value + corrected value
≤ -5 mm.

8.6. Ready ON
Refer to section 7.6 (page 21) as Panorama radiography.
(Press READY switch, then < Ready on > is displayed)

8.7. Exposure
1) Keep pressing exposure switch until exposure is finished.
When exposure switch is depressed, buzzer sounds and arm begins to rotate. When exposure is
finished, buzzer stops and arm ceases to rotate.
WARNING
1. Nobody should enter X-ray room during exposure except patient and assistant.
2. Operate exposure switch outside of X-ray room.
3. Watch patient and apparatus during exposure.
In the case of any problems, release exposure switch.

NOTES
1. Deadman exposure switch facility.
After the switch is released, exposure and rotation of arm are stopped immediately.
2. When exposure switch is released by mistake, remove patient and press RESET to return arm to
starting position. In order to take exposure again, replace X-ray film.
3. When exposure switch is released in the situation that exposure is not initiated but arm begins to
rotate, in order to expose again, return arm to starting position.

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8.8. Release of patient


Open “head Holder” and loosen “forehead Rest” to release patient.

8.9. Removing of cassette


Remove cassette from unit and develop the film.

8.10. Setting arm to starting position


Depress RESET switch, arm returns to starting position.

8.11. Power and line off


Depress O on line switch to turn off the unit.
WARNING
When apparatus is not in use, turn power and line off for safety purposes.

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9. TMJ radiography for 4 sections lateral radiography

9.1. Setting of cassette


Refer to section 7.1 (page 11) as Panorama radiography.

9.2. Power and line on


Refer to section 7.2 (page 11) as Panorama radiography.

9.3. Selection of radiography orbit


Press PROG switch repeatedly, to set    .

Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


  
 


9.4. Selection of AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE (AEC) / MANUAL MODE


1) Setting of AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE / MANUAL EXPOSURE
Refer to section 7.4 (page 15) as Panorama radiography.

2) AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE
AEC mode is indicated as follows:

Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


  
 


3) MANUAL EXPOSURE
Referring to “Table of TMJ exposure factors (page 56)” set tube voltage (kV) and tube current (mA).
Refer to section 7.4.3 (page 15) as Panorama radiography.
MANUAL mode is indicated as follows:
Voltage Density Ampere Time

  


  
 


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9.5. Positioning of patient


1) Install “Ear Rod” for TMJ 4 sections radiography (Left and right).

WARNING
Make sure patient and assistant wear X-ray protector Apron.

2) Make patient stand with heels joined together with cervical vertebrae and back straight.

3) Make patient hold the lower part of both handles.

4) Move “Sliding Unit” up and down, and adjust the position of “Ear Rod” to meet with auriculare of patient.
CAUTION
Take care of patient when sliding unit is moved up and down.

5) Close “Ear Rod” to insert into auriculare of patient.

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6) Press ▲ ▼ switch on control panel of beam, and adjust so that the beam line of the Frankfurt plane
meets with Frankfurt plane of patient.

7) Adjust “Forehead Rest” to forehead of patient.

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9.6. Ready ON
Refer to section 7.6 (page 21) as Panorama radiography.
Press READY switch, then < READY ON > is displayed.

9.7. Exposure
Lateral radiograph (4 sections views)
1. Press “Exposure Switch”. Take radiograph of right and left TMJ with closed jaw.
2. When exposure begins, buzzer sounds and arm rotates.
Keep pressing “Exposure Switch” until first radiograph is finished and arm automatically returns to
starting position.
3. After arm return to starting position, release exposure switch.
4. Instruct patient to open jaw with his head still.
5. Press READY switch on control panel.
6. Press “Exposure Switch”. Left and right TMJ with open jaw are taken by second exposure.
When exposure begins, buzzer sounds and arm rotates.
When exposure is finished, buzzer stops and arm stops rotating.
7. After arm stops, release exposure switch.
WARNING
1. Nobody should enter X-ray room except patient and assistant.
2. Operate exposure switch outside of X-ray room.
3. Watch patient and apparatus during exposure.
In the case of any problems, release exposure switch.

NOTES
1. Deadman exposure switch facility.
After the switch is released, exposure and rotation of arm are stopped immediately.
2. When exposure switch is released by mistake, remove patient and press RESET to return arm to
starting position. In order to take exposure again, replace X-ray film.
3. When exposure switch is released in the situation that exposure is not iniciated but arm begins to rotate,
in order to expose again, return arm to starting position at 1st exposure of 4-section TMJ radiograph..

9.8. Release of patient


Open “Ear rods” and loosen “forehead Rest” to release the patient.

9.9. Removing of cassette


Remove cassette from unit and develop the film.

9.10. Setting arm to starting position


Depress RESET switch, arm returns to starting position.

9.11. Power and line off


Depress O on line switch to turn off the unit.
WARNING
When apparatus is not in use, turn power and line off for safety purposes.

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10. TMJ radiography for 2 sections frontal radiography

10.1.Setting of cassette
Refer to section 7.1 (page 11) as Panorama radiography.

10.2.Power and line on


Refer to section 7.2 (page 11) as Panorama radiography.

10.3.Selection of radiography orbit


Press PROG switch repeatedly to set radiography orbit to    .

Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


  
 


10.4.Selection of AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE (AEC) / MANUAL MODE


1) Setting of AUTOMATIC / MANUAL
Refer to section 7.4 (page 15) as Panorama radiography.

2) AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE
AEC mode is indicated as follows:

Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


  
 


3) MANUAL EXPOSURE
Referring to “Table of TMJ exposure factors (page 57)” set tube voltage (kV) and tube current (mA).
Refer to section 7.4.3 (page 15) as Panorama radiography.
MANUAL mode is indicated as follows:

Voltage Density Ampere Time

  


  
 


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10.5.Positioning of patient
1) Install “Ear Rod” for TMJ 2 sections radiography (Left and right).

2) Refer to item 9.5. (page 27) in TMJ 4 sections radiography.

10.6.Ready ON
Refer to section 7.6 (page 21) as Panorama radiography.
Press READY switch, then < READY ON > is displayed.

10.7.Exposure
Frontal radiograph (2 sections views)
1. Press Exposure switch.
Take radiograph of right and left TMJ frontal section.
2. When exposure begins, buzzer sounds and arm rotates.
When exposure is finished, buzzer stops and arm stops rotating.
3. After arm stops rotating, release Exposure switch.

WARNING
1. Nobody should enter X-ray room except patient and assistant.
2. Operate exposure switch outside of X-ray room.
3. Watch patient and apparatus during exposure.
In the case of any problems, release exposure switch.

NOTES
1. Deadman exposure switch facility.
After the switch is released, exposure and rotation of arm are stopped immediately.
2. When exposure switch is released by mistake, remove patient and press RESET to return arm to
starting position. In order to take exposure again, replace X-ray film.
3. When exposure switch is released in the situation that exposure is not iniciated but arm begins to
rotate, in order to expose again, return arm to starting position.

10.8.Release of patient
Open “Ear rods” and release the patient.

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10.9. Removing of cassette


Remove cassette from unit and develop the film.

10.10. Setting arm to starting position


Depress RESET switch, arm returns to starting position.

10.11. Power and line off


Depress O on line switch to turn off the unit.
WARNING
When apparatus is not in use, turn power and line off for safety purposes.

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11. Cross section radiography


1) Cross sectional radiograph for 3rd~8th tooth in maxillary and mandible jaw can be taken.
2) Thickness of layer can be selected from 4, 6 and 8 mm. For cross section radiography, position of
layer cut is at center and 5 mm from central position backwards and forwards.
3) 3 views section radiography are taken and the front cut is placed on the left side of the film.

11.1. Setting of cassette


Refer to section 7.1 (page 11) as Panorama radiography.

11.2. Power and line on


Refer to section 7.2 (page 11) as Panorama radiography.

11.3. Selection of radiography orbit


Setting for right patient teeth:
Press PROG switch repeatedly to set radiography orbit to     
Setting for left patient teeth:
Press PROG switch repeatedly to set radiography orbit to     

Voltage Density Ampere Time

  


  
   


11.3.1 Selection of the layer thickness


Press SELECT switch switch 3 times and select the layer thickness with the + - switch.
CS1 = 4 mm layer
CS2 = 6 mm layer
CS3 = 8 mm layer

11.4. Selection of AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE / MANUAL EXPOSURE


1) Setting of AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE / MANUAL EXPOSURE
In cross section radiograph, only MANUAL EXPOSURE is available.
2) Referring to “Table of Cross Section radiography exposure factors (page 57)” set tube voltage (kV) and
tube current (mA).
Refer to section 7.4.3 (page 15) as Panorama radiography.
MANUAL mode is indicated as follows:
Voltage Density Ampere Time

  


  
   


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11.5. Positioning of patient


1) Install “Rest Unit” for cross section radiography (Short bite block).

2) Referring to table 1 and table 2 for cross section radiography.


Adjust according to the chart, X, Y and angle of Chinrest.

Table 1: table of adjustment for left teeth

Teeth to Left Y direction Angle of


radiograph X direction Chinrest

3 8 mm 9 mm -34 °
4 14 mm 9 mm -12 °
5 19 mm 12 mm 0°
6 25 mm 15 mm +10 °
7 31 mm 27 mm +8 °
8 34 mm 37 mm +4 °

Table 2: table of adjustment for right teeth

Teeth to Right Y direction Angle of


radiograph X direction Chinrest

3 8 mm 9 mm +34 °
4 14 mm 9 mm +12 °
5 19 mm 12 mm 0°
6 25 mm 15 mm -10 °
7 31 mm 27 mm -8 °
8 34 mm 37 mm -4 °

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3) Adjust the required value against the ▲ mark with the knob for X and Y direction.

4) Loosen “Chinrest Lock” to rotate “Chinrest”, adjust the required angle against the ▲ mark, and lock it.

5) Cover “Bite Block” (cross section) within “Bite Block Cover”.

CAUTION
Remove and dispose of “Bite Block Cover” after each patient.

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WARNING
Make sure patient and assistant wear X-ray protector Apron.

6) Move “Sliding Unit” up and down, and adjust position of “Chinrest” below the patient chin.

7) Patient must stand correspond with center of bite block, with his heels joined together with cervical
vertebrae and back straight.

(depending of chinrest position)

8) Make patient hold handle.

9) Make patient bite grooves of “Bite Block”, and put his chin on “Chinrest”.

CAUTION
Take care of patient when sliding unit is moved up and down.

10) Place patient’s chin on chinrest, and adjust his median to center of bite block. Make patient bite
grooves of bite block.

11) Depress switch


“Median Beam” and “Frankfurt Beam” are lit at the same time.
These beams can be lit by pressing any switch on the beam control panel.

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12) Press Frankfurt beam ▲ ▼ switch on control panel, and move “Frankfurt Beam” up and down so
that the beam line is on patient’s Frankfurt plane.

13) Attach “Tomograph Position Plate” on “Rest Unit”, and correspond position of teeth for cross section
radiograph with the plate.

Left teeth Right teeth


radiography radiography

Tomographic Position Plate is used by changing insert direction according to radiographic mode of
CRSC (left) and CRSC (right)

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NOTES
1. When position for cross section radiography is incorrect, release the patient.
2. Make fine-adjustment of X and Y without changing the angle of chinrest.
3. Position patient again, and check position for cross section radiography.

14) Move “Forehead Rest” to patient’s forehead.


15) Remove “Tomograph Position Plate”.

11.6. Ready ON
NOTE
When CRSC R Program is used, press RESET switch after positionning the patient.
The arm rotates to the oposite side, then press the READY switch.
Refer to section 7.6 (page 21) as Panorama radiography.
(Press READY switch, then < READY ON > is displayed)

11.7. Exposure
1) Radiography is taken at the centre, 5 mm forward, and 5 mm backward sequentially by pressing
exposure switch.

WARNING
1. Nobody should enter X-ray room except patient and assistant.
2. Operate exposure switch outside of X-ray room.
3. Watch patient and apparatus during exposure.
In the case of any problems, release exposure switch.

NOTES
1. Deadman exposure switch facility.
After the switch is released, exposure and rotation of arm are stopped immediately.
2. When exposure switch is released by mistake, remove patient and press RESET to return arm to
starting position. In order to take exposure again, replace X-ray film.
3. When exposure switch is released in the situation that exposure is not initiated but arm begins to
rotate, in order to expose again, return arm to starting position.

11.8. Release of patient


Loosen “Forehead Rest” and release patient.

11.9. Removing of cassette


Remove cassette from unit and develop the film.

11.10. Setting arm to starting position


Depress RESET switch, arm returns to starting position.

11.11. Power and line off


Depress O on line switch to turn off the unit.
WARNING
When apparatus is not in use, make sure to turn power and line off for safety purposes.

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12. Cephalometric radiography

12.1. Power and line on


Refer to the section 7.2 (page 11) as Panorama radiography.

12.2. Setting of cassette


1) The distance from the center of the ceph to the film is fixed at 15 cm.

2) Insert cassette for cephaloradiography.

CAUTION
1. Film cassette has a front and rear side.
2. Face front side of cassette to X-ray generator.
3. Check that “Position Sensor” is stuck on rear of cassette (Black Mark).
Place the cassette so that the position sensor is placed in lower position.

NOTES
“X-ray grid” is important in order to cut scattered X-ray and increase sharpness during exposure.
In case of cephaloradiography, you should use a grid. (Not supplied)

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3) Lateral cephalometric radiography


1. Place cassette (18 x 24 cm) and grid vertically on holder.
2. Loosen “Cassette Holding Knob” move it upward, put grid and cassette on holder as shown below.
In case of lateral radiography, the line on grid must correspond to the right groove of the holder.
For cephalostat arm on the left side, the line on grid must correspond to the left groove of the holder.
Grid and cassette must be put with the font side to X-ray generator.

GRID

CAUTION
Place “Cassette and Grid” on cassette holder exactly, and set them with “Cassette Holding Knob”.

4) Frontal cephalometric radiography


1. Place cassette (18 x 24 cm) and Grid vertically on holder.
2. Loosen “Cassette Holding Knob”, move it upward, put front side of grid and cassette on holder so
that it is set toward X-ray generator as shown below.

The grid and the cassette must be centered with the center groove of the holder.

CAUTION
Place “Cassette and Grid” on cassette holder, and set them with “Cassette Holding Knob”.

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12.3. Selection of radiography


1) Depress switch.
Arm starts to rotate, and stops automatically at position for cephalometric radiograph.
2) The arm moves automatically to the cephalometric position and it is locked by the lock pin.

CAUTION

When switch is depressed, arm rotates.


Keep patient away from rotating area.

12.4. Selection of LA / PA
Depress PROG switch repeatedly, to set as follows:
Lateral:  
Frontal:  

LA mode is indicated as follows:

Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


 



12.5. Selection of AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE (AEC) / MANUAL EXPOSURE


1) Select by AEC switch.

2) AUTO EXPOSURE
1. Set density (1~10).
Refer to the section 7.4 (page 15) as Panorama radiography.
- For children of 4-5 years old, decrease density by 2 or 3 steps.
- For children of 6-10 years old, decrease density by 1 or 2 steps.

2. Set exposure time (0.1~3.2 sec.).


Standard exposure time is 1.0 sec.

Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


 



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3) MANUAL EXPOSURE
Set tube voltage (kV), tube current (mA), exposure time (sec).
Refer to table of exposure factors (page 57).
Refer to the section 7.4.3 (page 15) as Panorama radiography.

• Setting of tube voltage (kV)


Range: 60 ~ 90 kV by 1 kV step.
• Setting of tube current (mA)
Range: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 15 mA.
• Setting of exposure time
Range: 0.1 ~ 3.2 sec. by 0.1 sec. step.

Voltage Density Ampere Time

  


 



12.6. Positioning of patient


Wear X-ray protector Apron for patient and assistant.
WARNING
Make sure patient and assistant wear X-ray protector Apron.

1) Lateral radiography
1. Rotate with knob, and set cephalostat unit to lateral radiography.

KNOB TO OPEN/CLOSE
AND ROTATE

NOTES
If Ear Rod Arm is rotated with lower part, the “Ear Rods” become mis-aligned. Therefore be sure to use
the knob when rotating.

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2. Turn knob on cephalostat unit to O P E N , fully both ear rods.


3. Pull upper part of nasion pad, toward operator and rotate to horizontal position.

WARNING
Make sure patient and assistant wear X-ray protector Apron.

4. Place the patient in center of cephalostat unit with his back straight.
5. Move “Sliding Unit” up and down, and adjust the height so that position of ear rod should
correspond to patient’s external auditory meatuses.
First, introduce one ear rod into one of patient’s external-ear, and turn carefuly the knob towards
C L O S E to fix the other rod and finaly adjust Frankfurt plane .

CAUTION
Take care of patient when sliding unit is moved up and down.

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6. Tilt the nasion pad down.

7. Adjust the height and adjust to nasion of patient with the upper part of nasion pad.

8. After positioning, move the unit upward slightly in order to straighten patient’s back.

NOTE
Magnification factor can be measured over the 3 balls integrated in the nose support at 1 cm interval.

CAUTION
Take care of patient when sliding unit is moved up and down.

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INPUT OF NASION POSITION (ONLY LATERAL)

1) Press switch, and make  flash.

2) Press switch below , and input value of nasion scale.



3) Press switch, to enter the value.

Voltage Density Ampere Time

   


 
 


2) frontal radiograph
1. Rotate using the knob, and set cephalostat unit for frontal radiography.

KNOB TO OPEN/CLOSE
AND ROTATE

NOTES
If Ear Rod Arm is rotated with lower part, the “Ear Rods” become mis-aligned. Therefore be sure to use
the knob when rotating.

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2. Turn knob on cephalostat unit to O P E N , both “ear rods” to maximum.


3. Pull the upper part of nasion pad toward operator, and rotate to horizontal position.

4. Move “Sliding Unit” up and down while brake switch on cephalo arm is pressed, and adjust until ear
rods meet the external auditory meatuses of patient.

WARNING
Make sure patient and assistant wear X-ray protector apron.

5. Place the patient facing the cassette in centre of cephalostat with his back straight.
6. Move “Sliding Unit” up and down, and adjust the height so that ear rods correspond to patient’s
external auditory meatuses.
First, introduce one ear rod into one of patient’s external-ear, and turn carefuly the knob towards
C L O S E to fix the other rod and finaly adjust Frankfurt plane.

CAUTION
Take care of patient when sliding unit is moved up and down.

7. After positioning, move “the Unit” upward slightly in order to straighten patient’s back.

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12.7. Ready ON
Refer to Panoramic radiograph operation procedure section 7.6 (page 21).
(Press READY switch, then < READY ON > is displayed)

12.8. Exposure
1) Keep pressing exposure switch until buzzer stops.

WARNING
1. Nobody should enter X-ray room except patient and assistant.
2. Operate exposure switch outside of X-ray room.
3. Watch patient and apparatus during exposure.
In the case of any problems, release exposure switch.

NOTES
Deadman exposure switch facility.
After the switch is released, exposure is stopped immediately.

12.9. Release of patient


Open “Ear Rod” and release patient.

12.10. Setting arm to starting position


1) After releasing patient, press switch on control panel in order to return arm to starting position for
panoramic radiography

CAUTION

When switch is pressed, arm is rotated.


Keep clear of rotation area.

12.11. Power and line off


Depress O on line switch to turn off the unit.

WARNING
When apparatus is not in use, turn power and line off for safety purposes.

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13. Adjustment of time and date / languages

13.1) Press AEC switch set to Manual mode. Voltage Density Ampere Time

  


 
  


13.2) Press SELECT switch and make tube voltage flash.

13.3) Keep pressing – switch Voltage Density Ampere Time


under SELECT key, and set tube   
voltage and tube current to .  
  


13.4) Press PROG key to indicate . Voltage Density Ampere Time

  


 
 
    

13.5) Press SELECT switch and make part Voltage Density Ampere Time
to be changed flash.
  
 
 
 

13.6) Press – switch and + switch under SELECT switch, to set the date and time.

13.7) Press PROG key to indicate one of the languages being used.

13.8) Press SELECT and change language with – or + switch.


NOTES
After the adjustment of the date, “AGING MODE” may appear on the display when the power is turned
ON. Then refer to section 6 page 9 to proceed with aging mode.

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14. Troubleshooting and error indication


14.1. Incisor laser beam is broken (Panorama, Maxillary Sinus)
➠ Contact our representative or our office.

Automatic focusing control is not available, but radiograph can be taken by following method.
1. Position patient with median beam and Frankfurt plane beam.
2. Press Incisor beam switch , and set  as follows.



Voltage Density Ampere Time

  


 
  
 

3. In this condition, radiograph orbit is set on center of chinrest as shown in below figure.

4. Input of correction value.


When “Root of patient’s incisor” is forward of above mentioned orbit, correction value is minus (–).
When it is backward, correction value is plus (+).
Input distance between orbit line and position of incisor, as “Correction value”.

NOTE
The edentulous chinrest can be used, placing the patients’ canine on the center of the chinrest. (Skip
the correction value).

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14.2. Power is not turned on

No
Is Circuit Breaker in house "ON" ? Turn Circuit Breaker "ON"
Yes

Plug is connected No Connect plug


to power receptacle ? to power receptacle
Yes

No
Is Line Switch on REST ASSY turned "ON"? Turn Line Switch "ON"

➠ Contact our representative or our office.

14.3. <READY> can not be turned on

No
Is ARM in starting position ? Press RESET switch
Yes
No
Is cassette set correctly ? Check setting of cassette (1)
Yes
No
Is <READY> indicated on Control Panel ? Press RESET switch
Yes

There is a fault in the apparatus

➠ Contact our representative or our office.

(1) Check that the black sensor mark is stuck on the back of the cassette.

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14.4. Development trouble shooting.

1) Density of radiography is low or high.

Check Treatment

Was X-ray film or intensifying Use the original suitable X-Ray film
screen changed? or/and intensifying screen combination

2) Automatic processing troubleshooting guide.


Problem Cause Treatment
Fogged film. Incorrect safe light filter. Change filter or bulb.
Light leaks in darkroom or cassette. Check darkroom and cassettes.
Expired film. Check expiry date.
Wrong contrast. Under or over-exposed film. Check with the exposure
factor table.
Low or high density film. Temp. Too low or too high. Check chemical temperature.
(Low) Exhausted chemicals. Use new chemicals.
Brown coloured film. Developer contaminated by fixer. Check for inverted
replenishment pipes.
Avoid splashing chemical
during refill.
Start with fixer.
Marks or spots Dirty rollers or transport modules. Clean the machine.
on film surface. Wrong post / process handling. Load and unload the
cassettes in a dry work area.
Dirty or milky films. Wrong fixer temperature. Check the temperature.
Dirty or no wash water. Check water inflow, flush
and replenish water tank.
Calcareous water. Use softened water.

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14.5. ERROR indication and treatment


1) ERROR indication and treatment

INDICATION ERROR MESSAGE TREATMENT

Err 01 ARM rotation CPU communication error Press RESET SW

Err 02 ARM rotation CPU communication error Turn power OFF

Err 03 ARM Y AXIS CPU communication error Press RESET SW

Err 04 ARM Y AXIS CPU communication error Turn power OFF

Err 05 FILM CPU communication error Press RESET SW

Err 06 FILM CPU communication error Turn power OFF

Err 07 BEAM CPU communication error Press RESET SW

Err 08 BEAM CPU communication error Turn power OFF

Err 17 Communication error between MAIN CPU and ROTATION CPU Press RESET SW

Err 18 Communication error between MAIN CPU and FILM CPU Press RESET SW

Err 20 Communication inhibition error between ROTATION CPU Press RESET SW


and MAIN CPU

Err 21 Communication inhibition error ROTATION CPU and ARM Y AXIS Press RESET SW

Err 22 Communication inhibition error between ROTATION CPU Press RESET SW


and MAIN CPU

Err 24 Communication inhibition error between ARM Y AXIS and RSO Press RESET SW

Err 25 Communication inhibition error between ARM Y AXIS CPU Press RESET SW
and ROTATION CPU

Err 26 Communication error between ARM Y AXIS CPU and MAIN CPU Press RESET SW

Err 29 Communication inhibition error between FILM CPU Press RESET SW


and BEAM CPU

Err 30 Communication inhibition error FILM CPU and MAIN CPU Press RESET SW

Err 31 Communication error between FILM CPU and MAIN CPU Press RESET SW

Err 32 Communication inhibition error BEAM CPU and FILM CPU Press RESET SW

Err 33 Communication inhibition error between BEAM CPU and RS1 Press RESET SW

Err 34 Communication error between BEAM CPU and MAIN CPU Press RESET SW

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2) Error indication for faulty apparatus and treatment

INDICATION ERROR MESSAGE TREATMENT

Primary collimator Primary collimator position error Press RESET SW

Secondary collimator Secondary collimator position error Press RESET SW

HEAD X-ray tube head position error Press RESET SW

WEDGE Wedge position error Press RESET SW

Err 13 HT generator error Turn power OFF

Err 14 X-ray tube housing temperature error Turn power OFF

CASSETTE Cassette position error Press RESET SW

Err 27 Cassette holder position error Press RESET SW

BATTERY Back-up battery error Press RESET SW

INCISOR Incisor distance error Press RESET SW

3) Error indication for orbit and treatment

INDICATION ERROR MESSAGE TREATMENT

Err 19 Calculation error of rotation CPU for orbit Press RESET SW

Err 23 Calculation error of ARM Y AXIS CPU Press RESET SW

Err 28 Calculation error of FILM CPU for orbit Press RESET SW

➠ When apparatus can not work normally in spite of above treatment, contact our representative or our
office.

NOTES
When the treatment is indicated by “TURN POWER OFF” this means when the unit is turned “ON” again
a complete RESET to the CPU is performed.

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15. Information of office for connection


Contact our representative or our office. (Refer to the backcover for the nearest office)

16. X-ray film


TMG film, produced by KODAK, is recommended for this apparatus.
1) Film sensitivity differs by manufacturer and type.
2) If another type of film is used, our company takes no responsibility for trouble incurred.
3) Handling of X-ray film
1. Prevention of dirt
Prevent surface of film from dirt, drops of water, developer, fixer and fingerprints.
2. Prevention of damage
Prevent film from any folded, scratched or flawed.
3. Prevention of static electricity
When a film is placed into a cassette, prevent it from damage of static electricity.
4. Storage of films
Prevent it from exposure in daylight and X-ray beam and scatter.
Do not use film past shelf life.
Store in place where temperature does not exceed 40°C.
Handle films in adequate darkroom and darkbox, and under a safety light.
Store in place where proper humidity can be kept.

17. Intensifying screen


LANEX 250 (rare earth type) produced by KODAK is recommended for this apparatus.
1) Speed of intensifying screen differs by manufacturer and type.
2) If another type of intensifying screen is used, our company takes no responsibility for trouble
incurred.
3) Handling of intensifying screen
1. Prevention of dirt
Prevent surface of screen from dirt, drops of water, developer, fixer and fingerprints.
2. Prevention of damage
Prevent intensifying screen from any folded, scratched or flawed.
3. Prevention of static electricity
When a intensifying screen is placed into a cassette, prevent it from damage of static electricity.
4. Replacement
Replace with new one when surface becomes flawed.
Under such condition, adequate X-ray image can not be taken.
5. Storage of intensifying screen
Store in place where temperature does not exceed 40°C.
Store in place where proper humidity can be kept.

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18. Development
Development is one of the most important processes in order to obtain a good X-ray radiograph.
Develop with special care.
1) Preparation of developer:
Dissolve the developer in accordance with the manufacturer’s instruction.
Do not use developer or fixer over one month old, regardless of the frequency of use.
2) Developing time and developing temperature
When developing temperature is about 20°C developing time is about 3.5 minutes. Refer to
“Development condition table”.

Manual development sample


Temperature of developer fixer: 20°C
Development: 3.5 minutes
Fixing: 10 minutes

3) Development point
For tank development, stir toughly a hunger suspending film in developer until all bubbles are
removed from surface of film.
4) Intermediate washing
Conduct an intermediate washing of the film with cyclic water or a stop solution liquid for 30 seconds,
at a liquid temperature of 20°C.
5) Fixing
Dissolve fixer in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Prepare the necessary amount of solution.
Fix the film at a liquid temperature of 20°C for 10 minutes.
6) Washing
Circulate the washing water so that new water constantly circulates surface of film.
Wash film in water for 20 minutes, at a liquid temperature of 20°C.
7) Drying
Dry the washed film naturally in a dust-free area.

Replenisher: using a replenisher specified by the manufacturer to replenish the tank and prevent any
deterioration in the ability of the original solution.

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19. Table of exposure factor


Film: KODAK TMG (rare earth type)
Intensifying screen: KODAK LANEX 250 (rare earth type)

1) Panoramic radiography

AGE SEX kV mA

4~5 — — 60 ~ 62 12 mA

6 ~ 10 — — 62 ~ 66 12 mA

11 ~ 15 — — 66 ~ 70 12 mA

Female (S)* 70 ~ 72 12 mA

Adult Male — Female 74 ~ 76 12 mA

Male (L)* 78 ~ 80 12 mA

2) Maxillary sinus radiography

AGE SEX kV mA

4~5 – – 60 ~ 62 12 mA

6 ~ 10 – – 62 ~ 66 12 mA

11 ~ 15 – – 66 ~ 70 12 mA

Female (S) 70 ~ 72 12 mA

Adult Male – Female 74 ~ 76 12 mA

Male (L) 78 ~ 80 12 mA

3) TMJ 4 sections radiography

AGE SEX kV mA

4~5 – – 64 ~ 66 12 mA

6 ~ 10 – – 66 ~ 70 12 mA

11 ~ 15 – – 70 ~ 74 12 mA

Female (S) 74 ~ 78 12 mA

Adult Male – Female 78 ~ 80 12 mA

Male (L) 80 ~ 84 12 mA

* “S” indicates a small patient


“L” indicates a large patient.

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4) TMJ 2 sections radiography

AGE SEX kV mA

4~5 – – 66 ~ 68 12 mA

6 ~ 10 – – 68 ~ 72 12 mA

11 ~ 15 – – 72 ~ 76 12 mA

Female (S)* 76 ~ 80 12 mA

Adult Male – Female 80 ~ 82 12 mA

Male (L)* 82 ~ 84 12 mA

* “S” indicates a small patient


“L” indicates a large patient

5) Cross Section radiography

FEMALE MALE
TOOTH
kV mA kV mA

3 65 2 68 4

4 65 4 68 6

5 65 4 68 6

6 65 4 68 6

7 65 4 68 6

8 65 4 68 6

6) Cephalometric radiography (15 mA)

Radiography kV SEC

Frontal (PA) 65 1.6


Child
Lateral (LA) 61 0.8

Frontal (PA) 75 1.8


Junior
Lateral (LA) 65 1.0

Frontal (PA) 79 1.8


Adult
Lateral
Frontal (LA)
(PA) 69 1.2

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20. Magnification of image

RADIOGRAPHIC MODE MAGNIFICATION

Panorama About 1.23

Maxillary sinus About 1.27

Lateral TMJ 1.2

Frontal TMJ 1.89

Cross section 1.45

Lateral cephalo 1.1

Frontal cephalo 1.1

21. Daily maintenance


Make maintenances as below.

PARTS PROCEDURE

"BITE BLOCK" (for panorama) Sterilize by auto-clave


after exposure
"BITE BLOCK" (for cross section) of each patient.

“HEAD HOLDER”

"FOREHEAD REST"

"EAR ROD" (for TMJ 4 divisional)

"EAR ROD" (for TMJ 2 divisional) Carry out suitable


disinfection with
“CHINREST” (for edentulous jaws)
medical use alcohol
"REST UNIT" (for cross section) of degree over 76%,
after exposure
"CHIN REST" (for maxillary sinus) of each patient.

“CHINREST” (for maxillary sinus)

"EAR ROD" (for cephalo)

"NASION PAD"

All other parts which patients


and assistant touch
Wipe off equipment
External painting of equipment. with a dry cloth
at the end
of daily operation.

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22. Specifications
OS1000

PRODUCT NAME PANORAMIC RADIOGRAPH WITH MULTIPLE FUNCTIONS

Model name OS 1000

Power voltage 230 Vac 50 / 60 Hz

Power 2.0 kW

High tension generator Inverter method (80 kHz)

X-ray tube voltage 60 kV ~ 90 kV (1 kV step)

X-ray tube current 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 mA

Exposure control Manual / sequential automatic control


Auto level 1 ~ 10 (step)

X-ray tube focus 0.5 mm x 0.5 mm

Total Filtration 2.8 mm Al minimum


Aluminium equivalent of X-ray tube: 0.8 mm Al
Oil aluminium equivalent: 0.065 x 15 mm (oil layer)
0.975 mm Al
Additional aluminium plate: 1.5 mm Al

Radiographic mode Panorama, TMJ (lateral and frontal)


Cross section radiography, maxillary sinus

Exposure time Panorama: 12 sec. Cross section: 6.4 sec. (x3)


TMJ lateral: 5.3 sec. (x4) TMJ frontal: 6 sec. (x2)
Maxillary sinus: 9.8 sec.

Magnification Panorama: x 1.3 Others: x 1.2 ~ 2.05

Patient positioning Optical distance sensor (auto focus)

Film size Panoramic size: 150 mm x 300 mm

Cassette Panoramic size: 150 mm x 300 mm

Dimension (W) 1034 mm x (D) 1165 mm x (H) 2185 mm

Weight Approximately 195 kg

Operation environmental Storage Transportation


conditions conditions conditions

Temperature 5 ~ 35°C -10 ~ +60°C -10 ~ +60°C

Relative humidity 30 ~ 85% 10 ~ 95% 10 ~ 95%

Atmospheric pressure 700 ~ 1 060 hPa 700 ~ 1 060 hPa 700 ~ 1 060 hPa

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OS1000 C

PRODUCT NAME PANORAMIC & CEPHALOMETRIC RADIOGRAPH


WITH MULTIPLE FUNCTIONS

Model name OS 1000C

Power voltage 230 Vac 50 / 60 Hz

Power 2.0 kW

High tension generator Inverter method (80 kHz)

X-ray tube voltage 60 kV ~ 90 kV (1 kV step)

X-ray tube current 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 15 mA

Exposure control Manual / sequential automatic control


Auto level 1 ~ 10 (step)

X-ray tube focus 0.5 mm x 0.5 mm

Total filtration 2.8 mm Al minimum


Aluminium equivalent of X-ray tube: 0.8 mm Al
Oil aluminium equivalent: 0.065 x 15 mm (oil layer)
0.975 mm Al
Additional aluminium plate: 1.5 mm Al

Radiographic mode Panorama, TMJ (lateral and frontal)


Cross section radiography, maxillary sinus
and Cephalometric radiography

Exposure time Panorama: 12 sec. Cross section: 6.4 sec. (x3)


TMJ lateral: 5.3 sec. (x4) TMJ frontal: 6 sec. (x2)
Maxillary sinus: 9.8 sec. Cephalo: 0.1 ~3.2 sec.

Magnification Panorama: x 1.3 Cephalo: x 1.1 Others: x 1.2 ~ 2.05

Patient positioning Optical distance sensor (auto focus)

Film size Panoramic size: 150 x 300 mm Cephalo: 180 x 240 mm

Cassette Panoramic size: 150 x 300 mm Cephalo: 180 x 240 mm

Dimension (W) 1934 mm x (D) 1165 mm x (H) 2185 mm

Weight Approximately 220 kg

Operation environmental Storage Transportation


conditions conditions conditions

Temperature 5 ~ 35° C -10 ~ +60° C -10 ~ +60° C

Relative humidity 30 ~ 85% 10 ~ 95% 10 ~ 95%

Atmospheric pressure 700 ~ 1 060 hPa 700 ~ 1 060 hPa 700 ~ 1 060 hPa

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23. Detailed identification equipment

1 Model
2 Serial number
3 Power voltage
4 Number of phases
5 Supply frequency
6 Power impedance
7 Power
8 Wiring number
9 Manufacturing date
10 Indication of origin
11 DWG number
12 EC representative
13 TYPE B APPLIED PART

1 Model
2 DWG number
3 X-ray tube type
4 Serial number
5 X-ray tube number
6 Focus
7 Maximum X-ray tube voltage
8 Maximum X-ray tube current
9 Maximum exposure time
10 Total filtration
12 Manufacturer trademark

1 Hazard symbol
2 Safety instructions

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24. X-ray Tube Focus and Film Layout

PANORAMA (Including TMJ and Cross Section) radiography

FOCUS ANGLE: 3.5°

FOCUS X-RAY
REFERENCE AXIS

FOCUS COLLIMATOR Distance: 74 mm


FILM SIDE
FOCUS FILM Distance: 542.5 mm

Cephalometric radiography

FOCUS

X-RAY

FOCUS ANGLE: 3.5° REFERENCE AXIS

FOCUS COLLIMATOR Distance: 74 mm FILM SIDE

FOCUS FILM Distance: 1,650 mm

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25. Maximum exposure field in each radiographic mode

Panoramic mode : 5.4 mm x 140 mm


TMJ Mode (2 divisions, 4 divisions) : 8.3 mm x 140 mm
CRSC Mode : 15 mm x 140 mm
Cephalometric Mode : 168 mm x 220 mm

The irradiation field is adjusted by a COLLIMATOR included in the equipment and automatically chosen
according to the radiograph mode. The operator cannot change the irradiation field.

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26. Maintenance

WARNING
The user should not open any cover of the equipment.

The below mentioned maintenance has to be made monthly by the user.


Maintenance made by qualified technical person is described in Service Manual.

Check Point Purpose of check Contents of check How to check Interval for check

Appearance Appearance a. Transformation, scratch, Visual Monthly


and indication of equipment and description plate

b. Caution label

Environment Condition of floor Confirmation of Visual Monthly


of equipment and installed vibration of equipment
equipment operational stability

Confirmation of Checking of safety Visual Monthly


interference within range where
equipment moves

Check Point Purpose of check Contents of check How to check Interval for check

Indication of Checking linkage Checking movement and Visual Monthly


“Under X-ray with X-ray display indication
exposure” “Under X-ray Exposure”

X-ray X-ray Tube Head Checking leakage of Visual Monthly


Generator insulation oil

Low voltage cable Checking wear, damage, Visual Monthly


tension, and twist

Exposure switch Checking looseness, Visual Monthly


deformation, damage

Filter Checking dislocation Visual Monthly


and injury

Slit (Collimator) Checking incorrect Checking Monthly


exposure field with X-ray
Film or
fluorescent
screen

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Check Point Purpose of check Contents of check How to check Interval for check

Radiographic Movement of Checking slip and Visual Monthly


mechanism Cassette Holder hitch

Rotation and Checking slip, noise Visual Monthly


movement of X-ray and stop precision
Tube Head

The operation of Checking slip, noise Visual Monthly


the arm stop precision

Patient's Checking looseness Visual Monthly


positioning operationability,
mechanism and safety

Light Beam for Checking tightness Visual Monthly


patient's and precision of
positioning patient's positioning

Elevation Brake mechanism Checking movement Visual Monthly


mechanism

Upward and Checking smoothness Visual Monthly


downward of movement
movement

Electro-magnetic Confirmation of the Visual Monthly


lock operation

Check Point Purpose of check Contents of check How to check Interval for check

Accessories Intensifying Checking stains and Visual Monthly


Screen damage

Film Cassette Checking stains, Visual Monthly


damage, and injury

Cephalostat Ear Rod Checking incorrect Visual Monthly


alignment for Ear
Rods (Right & Left)

Exposure switch Checking X-ray field Visual Monthly

X-ray film Density of X-ray Checking X-ray Visual Monthly


film output and
developing condition

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27. Technical data

AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE

According to the patient, X-ray radiographic factors can be automatically controlled.

Panorama radiography
Range of X-ray tube voltage: 55-86 kV
X-ray tube voltage for radiography: it differs according to each patient. The tube voltage, displayed at
the end of exposure, is an average value.
Fluctuation range of X-ray tube voltage: ± 4 kV from the tube voltage value, displayed at the end of
exposure.

TMJ radiography
Range of X-ray tube voltage: 55-86 kV
X-ray tube voltage for radiography: it differs according to each patient. The tube voltage, displayed at
the end of exposure, is an average value.
Fluctuation range of X-ray tube voltage: ±4 kV from the tube voltage value, displayed at the end of
exposure.

Cephalometric radiography
Range of X-ray tube voltage: 55-90 kV
X-ray tube voltage for radiography: it differs according to each patient. The tube voltage, displayed at
the end of exposure, is an average value.
Fluctuation range of X-ray tube voltage: ± 2 kV from the tube voltage value, displayed at the end of
exposure.

The column of the equipment is fixed on the wall with a wallbracket.


The distance between the wall and the column is 155 mm.

International standard
IEC 60601-2-7 (1987)
IEC 60601-2-28 (1993-03)
IEC 60601-2-32 (1994-03)

Electric standard

l) According to the type of protection against electric shock.


a) Equipment energized from external electrical power source.
Class 1 equipment
2) According to the degree of protection against electric shock.
Type B applied part

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Remaining risk
1) Occurrence of excessive X-ray dose due to malfunction of software during exposure.
“Watch Dog IC” observes the condition of software, and if the signal remains in the same condition
over 1.6 sec a reset is performed.
2) Occurence of excessive X-ray dose depending on mechanical malfunction during radiography.
Release the X-ray switch. The radiography is immediately stopped.
3) Operator instructs patient not to move until the end of the arm movement, during RESET.
4) Damaged X-ray generator due to abnormal temperature in X-ray tube.
Observe signal of abnormal temperature of X-ray generator from condition READY ON to end of
radiography.
In case of malfunction, immediately stop the radiography, ERROR is displayed.

Operation environmental conditions


Temperature 5 ~ 35°C
Relative humidity 30 ~ 85%
Atmospheric pressure 700 ~ 1 060 hPa

X-ray generator data


l) Maximum electric output
Maximum X-ray tube voltage: 90 kV
Maximum X-ray tube current: 12 mA (15 mA Ceph)

2) Nominal maximum electric power for output of 90 kV, 12 mA. 1.08 kW

3) Standard tube current/time product 120 mAs (75 k V, 10 mA, 12 sec)

4) Minimum tube current/time product 24 mAs (2 mA, 12 sec)

5) Nominal capacity of anode input 1.75 kW

6) Maximum capacity of anode heat 35 kJ (50 kHU)

7) Material of X-ray tube anode Tungsten

8) Target angle of X-ray tube 5°

9) Angle of X-ray tube focus angle 5°

10) Size of X-ray tube focus 0.5 x 0.5 (mm)

11) Characteristic filtration of X-ray tube 0.8 mm Al

12) Nominal tube voltage of X-ray tube 50 ~ 90 kV

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13) Rating of X-ray tube filament 3.5 ~ 4.9 V 3.5 A


Refer to drawing of emission Filament characteristics page 74

14) Supplied voltage of primary side for 50-90 kV output About 150 Vp (PWM)

15) Weight of X-ray generator About 14.7 kg

16) Leaked dose of the X-ray generator Refer to the attached document.

17) Type of X-ray generator CLASS 1

18) Standard angle to assemble X-ray generator Horizontal/perpendicular

19) Target angle to assemble X-ray generator 5°

20) Precision to install focus of X-ray generator


at the construction time of X-ray generator ± 0.5 mm

21) Size of the focus at the installation time of X-ray generator 0.5 x 0.5 mm

Aluminium equivalent
Name Aluminium equivalent
Filter 1.5 mm Al
Sliding Unit Cover 2.0 mm Al
Ear Rod (TMJ 1 & 2) 0.2 mm Al
Head Holder 0.2 mm Al
Film Cassette 1.2 mm Al
Intensifying Screen 3.0 mm Al
Bite Block 1.0 mm Al

Rating of Line Switch: 250 V 16 A

Maximum energy input per hour: 2880 mAs/h

Rotation speed of arm: 0.7 km/h

Rotation force of arm: 2.6 kgf

Statements of reference loading condition


90 kV 12 mA 20 sec (OrthoSlice 1000)
90 kV 15 mA 3.2 sec (OrthoSlice 1000C)

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Radiographic mode COLLIMATOR and exposure field

CRSC Collimator

TMJ2 Collimator

PANORAMA / MS / TMJ4
Collimator

TMJ 2 Collimator PANORAMA / MS / TMJ4


Collimator

CRSC Collimator
Cephalo LA COLLIMATOR

Cephalo PA COLLIMATOR

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Exposure Fields

Mode Shape of Collimator Exposure on Film Width of X-ray


Beam on Film

Panorama Panorama MS
MS
TMJ4

Panorama TMJ4

TMJ2

CRSC

Cephalo
PA

Cephalo
LA

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X-ray tube data

TOSHIBA

Electron Tube, Device & Material Group TOSHIBA X-RAY TUBE


TECHNICAL DATA D-052SB

STATIONARY ANODE X-RAY TUBE

Especially designed for dental tomography unit.

Low target angle adaptive for dental tomography.

Provided with an insulation cylinder and lead cylinder.

This tube has a 0.5 mm focus, and is available for maximum tube voltage 100 kV with DC circuit.

Installed in the same enclosure with the high-tension transformer.

GENERAL DATA

ELECTRICAL

Circuit DC
(Center-grounded)
Operating Tube Voltage 50 to 100 kV
Focal Spot 0.5 mm
Input Energy (at 1.0 s):
See rating charts 1750 W

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MECHANICAL

Dimensions See dimensional outline


Overall Length 146 mm
Max. Diameter 57 mm
Target Angle 5 degrees
Inherent Filtration At least 0.8 mm Al equivalent at 50 kV
X-ray Coverage 95 x 380 mm at SID 550 mm
Weight Approx. 780 g
Cooling Method Oil immersed (60°C Max.) and convection oil cooling.
Tube Holding Holding the insulation cylinder or screw of the anode shank.

MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM RATINGS


(At any time, these values must not be exceeded)

Maximum Tube Voltage 100 kV


Anode to Ground 52 kV
Cathode to Ground 52 kV
Minimum Tube Voltage 50 kV
Maximum Tube Current:
See rating charts 22 mA
Maximum Filament Current 3.5 A
Filament Voltage:
At max. filament current (3.5A) 3.5 to 4.9 V
Thermal Characteristics:
Anode Heat Storage Capacity 35 kJ (50 kHU)
Maximum Anode Heat Dissipation Rate 250 W (350 HU/s)

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CAUTIONS
Read this page carefully before using the tube.

Since X-ray tube will emit X-rays when it is energized with high voltage, special knowledge is required to
handle it. The items below show general cautions for the tube handling.

1) The tube shall be handled or operated only by qualified personnel.


Only a specialist with knowledge of X-ray tube should assemble, maintain and remove the tube.

2) The tube envelope is made of glass. In transporting and handling, sufficient care should be taken not
to give strong impact or vibration to the tube.

3) Radiation protection of the tube unit assembled with this tube must be sufficiently taken. And the
leakage technique factor of the tube unit must not exceed maximum anode cooling rate of this tube.

4) Regulations and standards require the minimum source-skin distance (SSD) and the minimum
filtration of the useful beam. Use the tube after fulfilling the requirements.

5) The tube might be broken due to only one overload operation.


Provide proper overload protection circuit. Operate the tube by selecting a proper input condition
according to the conditions for operation and tube characteristics charts.

6) The X-ray shield of this tube is made of lead (Pb). Powdered or vaporized lead is harmful to the
human body. The lead shield should not be machined, polished, burned, or wiped with any
chemicals. Dispose of lead shield in accordance with the prevailing governmental regulations.

7) If any abnormality is found in using this tube, immediately switch off the power supply and contact
TROPHY service department.

8) The charts of this technical data are indicating standard values.

For usage not described here or for any unclear items, please contact TROPHY service department
without hesitation.

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MAXIMUM RATING CHARTS


(ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATING CHARTS)

DC
FOCAL SPOT: 0.5 mm
Tube current (mA)

Exposure Time (s)

EMISSION & FILAMENT CHARACTERISTICS


DC
FOCAL SPOT: 0.5 mm
Filament voltage (V)
Tube current (mA)

Filament current (A)

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ANODE THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS

Heat storage (kJ)

Cooling

Heating

Time (min)

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DIMENSIONAL OUTLINE

Unit mm

FOCAL SPOT

Ray proof cylinder (lead)

Insulation cylinder

CENTRAL X-RAY

SHORT PIN

F: Filament
C: Cathode

Note: Cathode terminals “C” are


connected mutually inside the tube.

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