CMP 200 Ch 1 - Pre-Installation Instructions

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CHAPTER 1
PRE-INSTALLATION
CONTENTS:
Section
1.1.0
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.1.4
1.1.5
1.1.6
1.1.7
1.1.8
1.1.9
1.2.0
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.3.0
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
1.3.5
1.3.6
1.3.7
1.3.8
1.4.0
1.5.0
1.6.0
1.7.0
1.8.0
1.9.0
Title
INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................... 2
Terminology ............................................................................................................................................. 2
Generator Description .............................................................................................................................. 2
Features ................................................................................................................................................... 3
Radiographic Performance ...................................................................................................................... 3
Environmental Specifications ................................................................................................................... 4
Applicable Standards ............................................................................................................................... 4
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)....................................................................................................... 8
RoHS Compliance .................................................................................................................................... 9
Product Marking ....................................................................................................................................... 9
SAFETY ..................................................................................................................................................... 10
Safety and Warning Symbols ................................................................................................................. 10
Safety Notices and Warnings ................................................................................................................. 10
Safety Warning Labels ........................................................................................................................... 13
PREPARING FOR INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................... 17
Generator Heat Output........................................................................................................................... 17
Generator Power Requirements ............................................................................................................ 17
Generator Ground Requirements........................................................................................................... 22
X-Ray Stator Drive Cable Requirements ............................................................................................... 22
Locating and Mounting the Generator .................................................................................................... 23
Dimensions, Cable Entrance and Seismic Center Location................................................................... 24
Tools and Test Equipment Required ...................................................................................................... 25
Pre-Installation Checklist ........................................................................................................................ 26
GENERATOR LAYOUT AND MAJOR COMPONENTS ............................................................................ 26
COMPATIBILITY LISTING......................................................................................................................... 29
RUNTIME LICENSE AGREEMENT (TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLE) ......................................................... 29
CUSTOMER SUPPORT ............................................................................................................................ 30
COMPATIBILITY STATEMENT ................................................................................................................. 30
OPEN-SOURCE LICENSE AGREEMENT (TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLE)............................................... 31
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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INTRODUCTION
This chapter summarizes the main features of the CMP 200 and CMP 200 DR X-ray generators
(performance, regulatory and compatibility). Safety information is provided, along with environmental,
room, and installation requirements. This chapter concludes with a pre-installation checklist and a diagram
showing the major component layout.
The information in this chapter is provided in order for the installer to be able to plan the site layout
prior to installation of the generator.
1.1.1
1.1.2
Terminology
Direct Radiography
Radiography in which the permanent recording is
effected at an image reception area (i.e. film).
Indirect Radiography
Radiography in which the permanent recording is
effected after transfer of the information obtained at
an image reception area (i.e. digital imaging system).
Direct Radioscopy
Radioscopy in which the visible images are presented
at the image reception area, or close to it, in the
radiation beam (i.e. fluoroscope or image intensifier
with a non-digital imaging system).
Indirect Radioscopy
Radioscopy in which the images are presented at a
location outside the radiation beam after transfer of
the information (i.e. digital imaging system with a flatpanel detector or with an image intensifier and a CCD
camera).
Reference Air Kerma Rate
Air Kerma rate free in air in the primary X-ray beam
measured under specific conditions and expressed at
the patient entrance reference point.
Patient Entrance Reference Point
Point intended to represent the intersection of the Xray beam axis with the entrance surface of the patient.
Isocentre
In radiological equipment with several modes of
movement of the reference axis around a common
centre, the centre of the smallest sphere through
which the radiation beam axis passes.
Entrance Field Size
Dimensions of the field in the entrance plane of an Xray image receptor that can be used for the
transmission of an X-ray pattern under specific
conditions.
Generator Description
The CMP 200 100 kHz high frequency X-ray generator is a component for use in film-based stationary
radiographic X-ray systems. The CMP 200 DR X-ray generator adds a digital interface for digital
radiography (DR) equipment. The CMP 200 X-ray generator consists of a main power cabinet and an
optional membrane control console. The CMP 200 DR X-ray generator consists of a main power cabinet
and an optional membrane, touchscreen or mini-console (used with digital interface). The main power
cabinet contains the High Voltage Module and control circuits, the filament drivers, a low speed starter
(optional dual-speed starter on some models of CMP 200 DR), and interface connections to the room
equipment.
The control console allows the operator to select the technique factors, image receptors, etc., and
to initiate an X-ray exposure.
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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Features
The following are the main features of and the options available for the generator:
• Integral low speed starter, compatible with X-ray tubes with type “R” stator. Optional compatibility with
GE 23/23 Ω equal impedance “E” stator.
• Optional dual-speed starter on some models of CMP 200 DR (not available on 208 / 230 VAC, 1phase & 3-phase units), compatible with tube types listed in chapter 2.
• Capable of interfacing with various DR imaging systems (CMP 200 DR only).
• 24 VDC, 110, or 220 VAC power source for Buckys (fused at 0.8 amps).
• 24 VAC 150 watts power source for collimator lamp.
• 24 VDC 45 watts power source for system locks.
• Optional AEC.
• Optional DAP (Dose-Area Product).
• Tomography
1.1.4
Radiographic Performance
kVp steps:
40 to 125 kV or 40 to 150 kV, depending on
model.
variable in 1 kV steps.
kVp accuracy:
± 5 % + 1 kV.
Rise time (10-90%):
<1.5 ms.
Time range:
1.0 to 6300 milliseconds.
mAs range
0.1 to 500 mAs (32/40 kW)
0.1 to 630 mAs (50 kW)
0.1 to 800 mAs (65 kW).
0.1 to 1000 mAs (80 kW)
mAs accuracy:
± (10 % + 0.2) mAs.
mA range
10 to 400 mA (32 kW)
10 to 500 mA (40 kW)
10 to 630 mA (50 kW)
10 to 800 mA (65 kW)
10 to 1000 mA (80 kW)
Coefficient of linearity:
0.05 (station to station) mAs.
Coefficient of reproducibility:
kV, mAs ≤ 0.05.
Duty Cycle
Not to exceed 5 consecutive boosts, followed
by a minimum 10 second wait period.
kVp range:
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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Environmental Specifications
OPERATING
Ambient temperature range
Relative humidity
Atmospheric pressure range
10 to 40 °C (50 to 104 °F).
20 to 80%, non-condensing.
1060 to 700 hPa (-400 to +3000 meters, 795 to 525 mm Hg);
Reference: 1013 hPa nominal at sea level.
TRANSPORT AND STORAGE
Ambient temperature range
-20 to 70 °C (-13 to 158 °F).
Relative humidity
5 to 95%, non-condensing.
Atmospheric pressure range
1060 to 700 hPa (-400 to +3000 meters, 795 to 525 mm Hg);
Reference: 1013 hPa nominal at sea level.
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Electrolytic capacitors contained within the equipment require less than +40°C for longterm storage life.
The membrane control console is limited to a minimum temperature of -20°C, with a
maximum duration of 48 hours at that temperature. Transport and storage is limited to a
maximum duration of 120 hours between 50 and 70 °C, with an absolute humidity not to
exceed the humidity of 85% RH at 50 °C.
Touchscreen console temperatures below -20°C and above +50°C are limited to 10 days
maximum duration, with a humidity not exceeding 50 % RH.
Applicable Standards
The CMP 200 / CMP 200 DR series of X-ray generators comply with the regulatory requirements and
design standards in this section as follows:
A)
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VZW2555 series: Only the standards marked with an asterisk * under SAFETY.
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VZW2556 series: All standards in this section.
SAFETY
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* FDA Center for Devices & Radiological Health (CDRH) - 21 CFR subchapter J (USA), Part 1010
and 1020, Class I.
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* Radiation Emitting Devices Act - C34 (Canada).
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Medical Device Regulations (Canada), Class 3.
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EC Directive 93/42/EEC (amended by 2007/47/EC) concerning Medical Devices (European
Community), Class IIb.
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EU Commission Regulation 207/2012 on electronic labeling of medical devices.
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* EN 60601-1/IEC 60601-1, EN 60601-2-7/IEC 60601-2-7, CSA 60601.1, UL 60601.1.
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60601-1-08, IEC 60601-1:2005/EN 60601-1:2006, CAN/CSA 60601-2-54-11,
IEC 60601-2-54:2009/EN 60601-2-54:2009, ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1:2005.
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-Type of protection against electric shock: Class I equipment. Warning: To
avoid the risk of electric shock, this equipment must only be connected
to a supply mains with protective earth.
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-Overvoltage category classification: II.
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-Pollution degree classification: 2.
-Degree of protection against electric shock: Not classified.
-Degree of protection against harmful ingress of water: Ordinary equipment.
-Mode of operation: Continuous operation with intermittent loading (standby exposure).
-Equipment not suitable for use in presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture
with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide.
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EN 62304/IEC 62304 - Software life-cycle processes.
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EN ISO 14971 - Risk Management.
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EN 1041 - Information supplied by the manufacturer of medical devices.
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EN 60601-1-6/IEC 60601-1-6. EN 62366/IEC 62366 – Usability and application of usability
engineering to medical devices.
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EN 60601.1.2/IEC 60601.1.2, applying the following standards:
Electromagnetic Immunity
IEC61000-4-2
IEC61000-4-3
IEC61000-4-4
IEC61000-4-5
IEC61000-4-6
IEC61000-4-8
Electrostatic Discharge
Radiated RF Field
Electrical Fast Transient
Surge
Conducted RF Immunity
Magnetic Field Immunity
Electromagnetic Emission:
EN 55011 (CISPR Publication II Emissions Standards Group 1, Class A)
NOTE: All referenced standards are considered to be at the latest adopted revision.
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B) EMC (EN 60601-1-2:/IEC 60601-1-2:2001)
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic emissions
The VZW2556 series of X-ray generators is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified
below. The customer or the user of the VZW2556 series should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Emissions test
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Group 1
The VZW2556 series of X-ray generators use RF energy only for
their internal functions. Therefore, the RF emissions are very low
and are not likely to cause any interference in nearby electronic
equipment.
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Harmonic
emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Voltage
fluctuations/
flicker emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
Class A
Not Applicable
The VZW2556 series is suitable for use in all establishments other
than domestic and those directly connected to the public lowvoltage power supply network that supplies buildings used for
domestic purposes.
Not Applicable
Compliance is verified in Stand-by or Idle Mode, not during exposures.
1.1.6
Applicable Standards (Cont)
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic immunity
The VZW2556 series of X-ray generators is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified
below. The customer or the user of the VZW2556 series should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity
test
IEC 60601
test level
Compliance
level
Electromagnetic environment –
guidance
Electrostatic
discharge (ESD)
IEC 61000-4-2
Electrical fast
transient/burst
IEC 61000-4-4
± 6 kV contact
± 8 kV air
± 6 kV contact
± 8 kV air
Floors should be wood, concrete or ceramic tile.
If floors are covered with synthetic material, the
relative humidity should be at least 30%.
± 2 kV for power
supply lines
± 1 kV for
input/output lines
± 1 kV line to line
± 2 kV line to
ground
± 2 kV for power
supply lines
± 1 kV for
input/output lines
± 1 kV line to line
± 2 kV line to
ground
Mains power quality should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital environment.
3 A/m
3 A/m
Power frequency magnetic fields should be at
levels characteristic of a typical location in a
typical commercial or hospital environment
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5
Power frequency
(50/60 Hz)
IEC 61000-4-8
Mains power quality should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital environment.
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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Applicable Standards (Cont)
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic immunity
The VZW2556 series of X-ray generators is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified
below. The customer or the user of the VZW2556 series should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity
test
IEC 60601
test level
Compliance
level
Electromagnetic environment guidance
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment
should be used no closer to any part of the VZW2556
series of X-ray generators, including cables, than the
recommended separation distance calculated from the
equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance
d = 1.17√P
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
3 Vrms
150 kHz to
80MHz
3 Vrms
150 kHz to
80MHz
Radiated RF
IEC 61000-4-3
3 V/m
80MHz to 2.5
GHz
3 V/m
80MHz to 2.5
GHz
d = 1.17√P
80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 2.33√P
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
where P is the maximum output power rating of the
transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter
manufacturer and d is the recommended separation
distance in metres (m).
Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as determined
a
by an electromagnetic site survey, should be less than
b
the compliance level in each frequency range.
Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment
marked with the following symbol:
NOTE 1 These guidelines may not apply all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption
and reflection from structures, objects and people.
NOTE 2 It is essential that the actual shielding effectiveness and filter attenuation of the shielded location be
verified to assure that they meet the minimum specification.
a
Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and
land mobile radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted
theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an
electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the measured field strength in the location in which the
VZW2556 series of X-ray generators is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the X-ray
generator should be observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional
measures may be necessary, such as re-orienting or relocating the X-ray generator.
b
Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.
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Recommended separation distances between
portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the VZW2556 series of X-ray generators
The VZW2556 series of X-ray generators is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF
disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of the VZW2556 series of X-ray generators can help prevent
electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communications
equipment (transmitters) and the VZW2556 series of X-ray generators as recommended below, according to the maximum
output power of the communications equipment.
Rated maximum output power
of transmitter
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
m
150 kHz to 80 MHz
80 MHz to 800 MHz
800 MHz to 2,5 GHz
W
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
d = 1.17√P
0.12
0.37
1.17
3.69
11.67
d = 1.17√P
0.12
0.37
1.17
3.69
11.67
d=2.33√P
0.23
0.74
2.33
7.38
23.33
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in metres (m)
can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum output power
rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and
reflection from structures, objects and people.
1.1.7
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
In accordance with the intended use, some models of this series of X-ray generators comply with the
European Council Directive concerning Medical Devices. The CE marking affixed to compliant products
signifies this. One of the harmonized standards of this Directive defines the permitted levels of
electromagnetic emission from this equipment and its required immunity from the electromagnetic
emissions of other devices.
It is not possible, however, to exclude with absolute certainty the possibility that other high frequency
electronic equipment, which is fully compliant to the EMC regulations, will not adversely affect the
operation of this generator. If the other equipment has a comparatively high level of transmission power
and is in close proximity to the generator, these EMC concerns (the risk of interference) may be more
pronounced. It is therefore recommended that the operation of equipment of this type such as mobile
telephones, cordless microphones and other similar mobile radio equipment be restricted from the vicinity
of this X-ray generator.
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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RoHS Compliance
ACPEIP---------------------------------------------China RoHS
The following are not specific design requirements at this time but are objectives for consideration over
the life of the product.
DIRECTIVE 2011/65/EU, RoHS------------------------------------Restriction of Hazardous Substances
CMP 200 / CMP 200 DR
Table of hazardous substances’ name and concentration
产品中有毒有害物质或元素的名称及含量
Hazardous substances’ name
有毒有害物质或元素
Lead
Mercury
Cadmium
Hexavalent
Chromium
Poly-Brominated
Biphenyls
Poly-Brominated
Diphenyl Ether
(Pb)
(Hg)
(Cd)
(Cr(VI))
(PBB)
(PBDE)
铅
汞
镉
六价铬
多溴联苯
多溴二苯醚
Generator
X
O
O
X
O
O
Console
X
O
O
X
O
O
Component Name
部件名称
O: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous materials for
this part is below the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
X: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in at least one of the homogeneous
materials used for this part is above the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
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Data listed in the table represents best information available at the time of publication
Applications of hazardous substances in this medical device are required to achieve its intended
clinical uses, and/or to provide better protection to human beings and/or to environment, due to lack
of reasonably (economically or technically) available substitutes.
O: 表示该有毒有害物质在该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在SJ/T11363-2006 标准规定的限量要求以下
X: 表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出SJ/T11363-2006 标准规定的限量要求
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此表所列数据为发布时所能获得的最佳信息
由于缺少经济上或技术上合理可行的替代物质或方案,此医疗设备运用以上一些有毒有害物质来实
现设备的预期临床功能,或给人员或环境提供更好的保护效果。
Product Marking
The CE Mark is a declaration by the manufacturer that the product complies with
the requirements of the applicable European Union (EU) medical device directive
and that the product has been subject to conformity assessment procedures as
provided in that directive.
A CSA mark with the indicators “C” and “US” means that product is certified for
both the U.S. and Canadian markets, to the applicable U.S. and Canadian
standards.
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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1.2.0
SAFETY
1.2.1
Safety and Warning Symbols
The following advisory symbols are used on the safety warning labels, and/or on circuit boards, and/or on
the operator console.
High voltage symbol used to indicate the presence of
high voltage.
Warning symbol used to indicate a potential hazard to
operators, service personnel or to the equipment. It
indicates a requirement to refer to the accompanying
documentation for details.
Radiation exposure symbol used on operator
console. Lights to indicate that an exposure is in
progress. This is accompanied by an audible tone
from the console.
WARNING
1.2.2
THIS X-RAY UNIT MAY BE
DANGEROUS TO PATIENT
AND OPERATOR UNLESS
SAFE EXPOSURE FACTORS,
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
AND MAINTENANCE
SCHEDULES ARE
OBSERVED.
Radiation warning label on operator console.
Never allow unqualified personnel to operate the Xray generator.
Safety Notices and Warnings
WARNING:
THIS X-RAY UNIT MAY BE DANGEROUS TO PATIENT AND OPERATOR UNLESS
SAFE EXPOSURE FACTORS, OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND MAINTENANCE
SCHEDULES ARE OBSERVED.
WARNING:
PROPER USE AND SAFE OPERATING PRACTICES WITH RESPECT TO X-RAY
GENERATORS ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF USERS OF SUCH GENERATORS.
CPI CANADA INC. (“THE MANUFACTURER”) PROVIDES INFORMATION ON ITS
PRODUCTS AND ASSOCIATED HAZARDS, BUT ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITIES
FOR AFTER-SALE OPERATING AND SAFETY PRACTICES.
THE MANUFACTURER ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY GENERATOR
NOT MAINTAINED OR SERVICED ACCORDING TO THIS SERVICE AND
INSTALLATION MANUAL, OR FOR ANY GENERATOR THAT HAS BEEN MODIFIED
IN ANY WAY.
THE MANUFACTURER ALSO ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR X-RAY
RADIATION OVEREXPOSURE OF PATIENTS OR PERSONNEL RESULTING FROM
POOR OPERATING TECHNIQUES OR PROCEDURES.
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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Safety Notices and Warnings (Cont)
X-ray radiation exposure may be damaging to health, with some effects being cumulative and extending
over periods of many months or even years. Operators and service personnel should avoid any
exposure to the primary beam and take protective measures to safeguard against scatter radiation.
Scatter radiation is caused by any object in the path of the primary beam and may be of equal or less
intensity than the primary beam that exposes the film.
No practical design can incorporate complete protection for operators or service personnel who do not
take adequate safety precautions. Only authorized and properly trained service and operating
personnel should be allowed to work with this X-ray generator equipment. The appropriate
personnel must be made aware of the inherent dangers associated with the servicing of high voltage
equipment and the danger of excessive exposure to X-ray radiation during system operation.
DO NOT CONNECT UNAPPROVED EQUIPMENT TO THE REAR OF THE
CONSOLE.
For the membrane console, J3 is for connection of an external hand switch, J4 is a
serial port for use by an external computer, and J8 is for the interconnect cable to the
main cabinet.
For the touchscreen console, GEN on the rear of the touchscreen is for the
interconnect cable to the generator, HS is for connection of an external hand switch,
COM 1 & COM 2 are serial ports for use by external devices, LO (3.5 mm stereo jack)
is for customer supplied speakers (minimum 8 ohms, do not use externally amplified
speakers), ETH is a standard 10/100 Ethernet connection, USBA and USBB are USB
ports for connection of external devices, CF is for the compact flash memory card
which holds the touchscreen software, and SW1 is the console upgrade button.
INCORRECT CONNECTIONS OR USE OF UNAPPROVED EQUIPMENT MAY
RESULT IN INJURY OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE.
CAUTION:
DO NOT EXCEED THE TUBE MAXIMUM OPERATING LIMITS. INTENDED LIFE AND
RELIABILITY WILL NOT BE OBTAINED UNLESS GENERATORS ARE OPERATED
WITHIN PUBLISHED SPECIFICATIONS.
NOTE: THE INSTALLER MUST PROVIDE A VISUAL INDICATION OF THE ON/OFF STATE OF EACH
EXTERNAL DEVICE THAT CAN PREVENT THE GENERATOR FROM EMITTING
RADIATION, OR THAT CAN STOP THE GENERATOR FROM EMITTING RADIATION, OR
BOTH.
WARNING:
DO NOT MODIFY THIS EQUIPMENT WITHOUT AUTHORIZATION OF THE
MANUFACTURER.
NOTE: ALL ELECTRICAL WORK PERFORMED DURING INSTALLATION AND SERVICE OF THIS XRAY GENERATOR MUST BE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH CSA STANDARD Z462
OR EQUIVALENT.
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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Safety Notices and Warnings (Cont)
WARNING:
HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES EXIST INSIDE THE GENERATOR WHENEVER THE MAIN
POWER DISCONNECT IS SWITCHED ON. THESE AREAS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT
LIMITED TO, THE MAIN FUSE HOLDER AND ASSOCIATED CIRCUITS ON THE H.V.
AUXILIARY BOARD, THE AUXILIARY TRANSFORMER, AND THE MAIN POWER
CONTACTOR.
LED DS1 ON THE H.V. AUXILIARY BOARD INDICATES THE PRESENCE OF THE +24
VDC SUPPLY.
THE CONSOLE ON/OFF SWITCH DOES NOT DISCONNECT THE MAIN POWER
FROM THE ABOVE AREAS INSIDE THE GENERATOR.
THE DC BUS CAPACITORS, LOCATED IN THE MAIN CABINET PRESENT A SAFETY
HAZARD FOR AT LEAST 5 MINUTES AFTER THE POWER HAS BEEN REMOVED
FROM THE UNIT. CHECK THAT THESE CAPACITORS ARE DISCHARGED BEFORE
SERVICING THE GENERATOR.
AN LED CONNECTED ACROSS THE DC BUS INDICATES THE PRESENCE OF HIGH
VOLTAGE. THIS LED IS MOUNTED ON THE EMC CAPACITOR BOARD (ON SOME
MODELS, THE EMC CAPACITOR BOARD DOES NOT CONTAIN ANY COMPONENTS
OTHER THAN THE LED AND THE SERIES RESISTORS).
DO NOT RELY SOLELY ON BLEEDER CIRCUITS AND HIGH-VOLTAGE ON
INDICATORS IN THE GENERATOR TO PROTECT YOU. DUE TO THE
POSSIBILITY OF COMPONENT FAILURE, IT MUST NEVER BE ASSUMED
THAT AN UNLIT LED ENSURES THAT NO HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT.
USING A VOLTMETER, CONFIRM THAT NO HIGH VOLTAGE IS PRESENT
BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY SERVICE.
The following notes apply to the touchscreen console only.
WARNING:
THE TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLE HAS NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS. DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLE.
NOTE:
WHEN ATTACHING THE BASE TO THE TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLE, ENSURE THAT
THE TOUCHSCREEN IS RESTING ON A FLAT, CLEAN SURFACE WITH A PIECE OF
NON-ABRASIVE MATERIAL BETWEEN THE TOUCHSCREEN AND THE SURFACE.
NOTE:
TO AVOID ACCIDENTAL CONTACT WITH ENERGIZED CIRCUITRY INSIDE THE
TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLE, THE MAXIMUM BACK-PLATE SCREW LENGTH MUST BE
LIMITED TO 25 mm (1 INCH).
NOTE:
FOR WALL MOUNTED TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLES, ENSURE THAT THE BASE IS
SECURED PROPERLY TO A WALL STUD.
WARNING:
PLEASE ENSURE THERE IS SUFFICIENT AREA AROUND THE VENTING SLOTS OF
THE TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLE TO ALLOW PROPER COOLING OF THE INTERNAL
COMPONENTS.
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NOTE:
1.2.3
Pre-installation
THE SET SCREW COLLAR MUST BE POSITIONED ON THE UPPER HALF OF THE
TILT ARM TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY SHOULD THE TOUCHSCREEN SLIP
WHILE ADJUSTING THE VIEWING HEIGHT.
USE THE PROVIDED ALLEN KEY TO ENSURE THAT THE SET SCREW COLLAR IS
LOCKED INTO POSITION SUCH THAT THERE IS NO LESS THAN 25 mm (1 INCH)
OF CLEARANCE BETWEEN THE BOTTOM EDGE OF THE TOUCHSCREEN
CONSOLE AND THE TOUCHSCREEN BASE PLATE WHEN THE TOUCHSCREEN IS
ADJUSTED TO ITS MINIMUM HEIGHT.
PLEASE BE SURE TO SUPPORT THE TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLE WHEN
ADJUSTING ITS VIEWING POSITION.
Safety Warning Labels
This subsection defines the safety labels used inside and outside the generator cabinet.
NOTE:
THESE LABELS AND WARNINGS ARE PROVIDED TO ALERT SERVICE
PERSONNEL THAT SERIOUS INJURY WILL RESULT IF THE HAZARD IDENTIFIED
IS IGNORED.
WARNING:
SWITCH OFF THE MAIN POWER DISCONNECT AND ALLOW SUFFICIENT TIME
FOR ALL CAPACITORS TO DISCHARGE BEFORE REMOVING ANY COVERS.
WARNING:
IF ANY COVERS MUST BE REMOVED FOR SERVICE, TAKE ALL REQUIRED
PRECAUTIONS WITH RESPECT TO THE HAZARD(S) AND IMMEDIATELY REPLACE
THE COVERS WHEN THE NEED FOR REMOVAL IS COMPLETED.
REPLACE ALL FUSES IN THIS GENERATOR WITH THE SAME TYPE
AND RATING.
Refer to the spares list (chapter 8) for fuse replacement information.
Refer to chapter 6 for the battery replacement procedure.
This information is provided to help you establish safe operating conditions for both you and your X-ray
generator. Do not operate this X-ray generator except in accordance with these instructions, and any
additional information provided by the X-ray generator manufacturer and / or competent safety authorities.
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Safety Warning Labels (Cont)
Weight Label
This label is attached to the main generator cabinet and to the High Voltage Module. Do not attempt to lift
these items without proper assistance. The weight of the generator and the High Voltage Module is listed
in the Dimensions, Cable Entrance and Seismic Center Location section of this chapter.
Caution HV/High Energy Warning Label
This label is attached to the generator cabinet and on the inside of the back cover above the High Voltage
Module. The DC bus capacitors (approximately 300 to 670 VDC, depending on model) will remain
charged for up to 5 minutes after the AC mains is disconnected or the console is switched off.
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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Safety Warning Labels (Cont)
Caution HV Behind Cover Label
This label is attached to the outside of the generator cabinet, the cover over the inverter assembly, the
cover over the DSS board and the fan cover. Mains voltage is present inside the cabinet whenever the
main disconnect is switched on. Additionally, the DC bus capacitors will remain charged for up to 5
minutes after the AC mains is disconnected or the console is switched off.
WARNING:
WAIT A MINIMUM OF 5 MINUTES AFTER THE INPUT MAINS POWER HAS BEEN
REMOVED BEFORE REMOVING ANY COVERS. ONCE THE COVER(S) ARE
REMOVED. CHECK THAT THE VOLTAGE ACROSS THE DC BUS CAPACITORS IS
NEAR ZERO BEFORE SERVICING. IF THIS VOLTAGE EXCEEDS 48 VDC, THE
CAPACITORS MUST BE MANUALLY DISCHARGED BY QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
High Voltage Module - Transformer Terminals Notice
This notice is printed on the High Voltage Module lid and cautions against over-tightening the nuts on the
transformer feedthrough terminals (for the primary of the HV transformers).
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Safety Warning Labels (Cont)
Danger High Voltage Notice
This notice is printed on the High Voltage Module lid. High voltage may be present at the primary terminals
on the tank lid board, at the output high voltage connectors, and at the mA/mAs measuring jacks if the
shorting link is opened for mA/mAs measurements.
Auxiliary Transformer Labels
These labels are fixed on the outer face of the auxiliary transformer and indicate the presence of high
voltage taps on the primary of 120, 200, 240, 400 and 480 VAC. Ensure the main power disconnect is
switched off and appropriate documentation is consulted before attempting to service this component.
HIGH VOLTAGE HAZARD: Be certain that you are aware of all potential high voltage locations
and hazards as detailed in this section before removing any covers, or attempting any service
on this X-ray generator.
HIGH VOLTAGE HAZARD: Approximately 400 VAC is present on the membrane console
board in the area of T1, C36, and J5. This is a high voltage source for the fluorescent backlight
on the LCD display.
HIGH VOLTAGE HAZARD: AC mains voltage and / or DC bus voltage (approximately 325 to
670 VDC, depending on model) is present on the H.V. auxiliary board whenever the AC mains
is energized. Ensure that the AC mains is switched off and locked out before servicing this
board. See the note below regarding the DC bus voltage.
HIGH VOLTAGE HAZARD: High voltage is present on all components connected to the AC
mains (line fuses, auxiliary transformer, H.V. auxiliary board, main power contactor, etc)
whenever the AC mains is switched on. Additionally, DC bus voltage is present on certain
components (mains rectifier assembly, DC bus capacitors, inverter assembly, High Voltage
Module, H.V. auxiliary board, etc) whenever the generator is switched on, and will remain on
for up to 5 minutes after the console is switched off or the AC mains is switched off or
disconnected.
HIGH VOLTAGE HAZARD: Approximately 600 VDC is present on the dual-speed starter
board whenever the generator is switched on. This voltage is sourced from the DC bus
capacitors in the generator, and therefore the high voltage hazard will remain for up to 5
minutes after the generator has been switched off.
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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DANGEROUS
VOLTAGE
High voltage (approximately 325 to 670 VDC, depending on model) is present on
the inverter assembly and associated components whenever the AC mains is
energized and the console is switched on, and for up to 5 minutes after the
console is switched off or the AC mains is disconnected. THIS COMBINATION
OF HIGH VOLTAGE AND HIGH CURRENT IS POTENTIALLY LETHAL. USE
EXTREME CAUTION WHEN SERVICING THIS UNIT.
1.3.0
PREPARING FOR INSTALLATION
1.3.1
Generator Heat Output
The maximum heat output of the main generator cabinet is less than 1000 BTU / hour in normal clinical
use, with a maximum of 70 BTU / hour heat output for the console. The console is convection-cooled, and
the main cabinet is fan cooled. The console and main cabinet should never be covered when the
generator is switched on, as any covering may interfere with the cooling. The cooling vents must be
unobstructed at all times.
1.3.2
Generator Power Requirements
The tables in this section show mains power requirements for various configurations of CMP 200 and
CMP 200 DR X-ray generators. The installer must ensure that the generator is connected to the proper
mains voltage as per the nameplate on the generator.
Notes for all the 400 VAC line input voltages listed in this section:
The generator may be operated with a line input voltage of 380 VAC -5% /
+15%. If the generator must be installed with a line input voltage below 360
VAC (400 VAC -10% or 380 VAC -5%) then a 3-phase line matching autotransformer may be used. The 3-phase line matching auto-transformer must
meet the minimum requirements specified below:
380 VAC / 400 VAC
Line Voltage:
Input
380 VAC 50/60 Hz
Output
400 VAC ±10%
Momentary Output Current
As specified above for each power level
Continuous Output Rating
Same as the Minimum Recommended
Distribution Transformer Rating specified
in the table above
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The table below depicts the power requirements for the 32 kW CMP 200 / CMP 200 DR X-ray
generators.
Line Voltage
208 VAC - 5% to 230 VAC + 10%, 1 phase.
208 VAC - 5% to 230 VAC + 10%, 3 phase.
400 VAC ± 10%, 3 phase.
480 VAC ± 10%, 3 phase.
50/60 Hz.
220 Amps at 208 VAC (1 phase).
122 Amps/phase at 208 VAC (3 phase).
200 Amps at 230 VAC (1 phase).
110 Amps/phase at 230 VAC (3 phase).
65 Amps/phase at 400 VAC.
55 Amps/phase at 480 VAC.
Line Frequency
Momentary Current
1.3.2
Nominal Current *
≤5 Amps.
Momentary Power Consumption
45 kVA.
Generator Power Requirements (Cont)
The table below depicts the power requirements for the 40 kW CMP 200 / CMP 200 DR X-ray
generators.
Line Voltage
208 VAC - 5% to 230 VAC + 10%, 1 phase.
208 VAC - 5% to 230 VAC + 10%, 3 phase.
400 VAC ± 10%, 3 phase.
480 VAC ± 10%, 3 phase.
50/60 Hz.
275 Amps at 208 VAC (1 phase).
154 Amps/phase at 208 VAC (3 phase).
250 Amps at 230 VAC (1 phase).
139 Amps/phase at 230 VAC (3 phase).
80 Amps/phase at 400 VAC.
65 Amps/phase at 480 VAC.
Line Frequency
Momentary Current
Nominal Current *
≤5 Amps.
Momentary Power Consumption
55 kVA.
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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The table below depicts the power requirements for the 50 kW CMP 200 / CMP 200 DR X-ray
generators.
Line Voltage
208 VAC - 5% to 230 VAC + 10%, 3 phase.
400 VAC ± 10%, 3 phase.
Line Frequency
Momentary Current
480 VAC ± 10%, 3 phase.
50/60 Hz.
192 Amps/phase at 208 VAC.
174 Amps/phase at 230 VAC.
100 Amps/phase at 400 VAC.
80 Amps/phase at 480 VAC.
Nominal Current *
≤5 Amps.
Momentary Power Consumption
65 kVA.
The table below depicts the power requirements for the 65 kW CMP 200 DR X-ray generators.
1.3.2
Line Voltage
400 VAC ± 10%, 3 phase.
Line Frequency
Momentary Current
480 VAC ± 10%, 3 phase.
50/60 Hz.
125 Amps/phase at 400 VAC.
105 Amps/phase at 480 VAC.
Nominal Current *
≤5 Amps.
Momentary Power Consumption
85 kVA.
Generator Power Requirements (Cont)
The table below depicts the power requirements for the 80 kW CMP 200 DR X-ray generators.
Line Voltage
400 VAC ± 10%, 3 phase.
Line Frequency
Momentary Current
480 VAC ± 10%, 3 phase.
50/60 Hz.
155 Amps/phase at 400 VAC.
130 Amps/phase at 480 VAC.
Nominal Current *
≤5 Amps.
Momentary Power Consumption
105 kVA.
*
Nominal Current = Generator standby current only. External or installer-supplied equipment
connected to the generator may increase the nominal current beyond the values shown.
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The following table defines the power line requirements for the generators.
NOTE: THE FOLLOWING TABLE CONTAINS RECOMMENDED VALUES FOR THE WIRE SIZES
BETWEEN THE MAINS DISCONNECT AND THE GENERATOR. THE ACTUAL VALUES USED
AT AN INSTALLATION ARE DEPENDENT ON THE QUALITY OF THE INPUT LINE
(VOLTAGE LEVEL), THE CURRENT REQUIREMENTS, AND THE LENGTH OF THE CABLE
RUN, AND MUST BE CONFIRMED BY THE INSTALLER.
FINAL SELECTION OF GENERATOR INPUT WIRE AND DISCONNECTS AS WELL AS THE
CABLING FROM THE DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMER TO THE MAINS DISCONNECT MUST
MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES, AND IS USUALLY
DETERMINED BY HOSPITAL / CONTRACTOR ENGINEERING.
THE RATINGS LISTED CONSIDER THE GENERATOR REQUIREMENTS ONLY. THE
INSTALLER MUST MAKE THE NECESSARY COMPENSATION FOR ADDITIONAL LOAD
REQUIREMENTS.
A POOR QUALITY INPUT LINE MAY RESULT IN THE INSTALLER HAVING
TO DERATE THE GENERATOR'S MAXIMUM POWER.
Generator Series
and Mains Voltage
32 kW
208 VAC, 1p.
32 kW
230 VAC, 1p.
32 kW
208 VAC, 3p.
32 kW
230 VAC, 3p.
32 kW
400 VAC, 3p.
Minimum
Recommended
Mains
Disconnect to
Generator
(15 ft/5 m max)
Generator
Momentary
Line Current
Minimum
Recommended
Generator
Service Rating
Minimum
Recommended
Distribution
Transformer
Rating
Minimum
Recommended
Ground
Wire
Size
Apparent
Mains
Resistance
#2 ***
2
(33 mm )
220 A
120 A
45 kVa
#2
2
(33 mm )
0.045 Ω
#2 ***
2
(33 mm )
200 A
120 A
50 kVa
#2
2
(33 mm )
0.055 Ω
#4 **
2
(21 mm )
122 A
100 A
45 kVa
#4
2
(21 mm )
0.07 Ω
#4 **
2
(21 mm )
110 A
100 A
45 kVa
#4
2
(21 mm )
0.09 Ω
#6 **
2
(13.3 mm )
65 A
100 A
45 kVa
#6
2
(13.3 mm )
0.27 Ω
*
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Generator Power Requirements (Cont)
Generator
Series
and Mains Voltage
Minimum
Recommended
Mains
Disconnect to
Generator
(15 ft/5 m max)
Generator
Momentary
Line Current
Minimum
Recommended
Generator
Service Rating
Minimum
Recommended
Distribution
Transformer
Rating
Minimum
Recommended
Ground
Wire
Size
Apparent
Mains
Resistance
32 kW
480 VAC, 3p.
40 kW
208 VAC, 1p.
#6 **
2
(13.3 mm )
55 A
100 A
45 kVa
#6
2
(13.3 mm )
0.40 Ω
#2 ***
2
(33 mm )
275 A
120 A
65 kVa
#2
2
(33 mm )
0.035 Ω
40 kW
230 VAC, 1p
#2 ***
2
(33 mm )
250 A
120 A
65 kVa
#2
2
(33 mm )
0.045 Ω
40 kW
208 VAC, 3p.
40 kW
230 VAC, 3p.
40 kW
400 VAC , 3p.
40 kW
480 VAC, 3p.
50 kW
208 VAC, 3p.
50 kW
230 VAC, 3p.
50 kW
400 VAC, 3p
50 kW
480 VAC, 3p.
65 kW
400 VAC, 3p
65 kW
480 VAC, 3p
80 kW
400 VAC, 3p
80 kW
480 VAC, 3p
#4 **
2
(21 mm )
154 A
100 A
55 kVa
#4
2
(21 mm )
0.055 Ω
#4 **
2
(21 mm )
139 A
100 A
55 kVa
#4
2
(21 mm )
0.075 Ω
#6 **
2
(13.3 mm )
80 A
100 A
55 kVa
#6
2
(13.3 mm )
0.22 Ω
#6 **
2
(13.3 mm )
65 A
100 A
55 kVa
#6
2
(13.3 mm )
0.32 Ω
#2 ***
2
(33 mm )
192 A
100 A
65 kVa
#2
2
(33 mm )
0.045 Ω
#2 ***
2
(33 mm )
174 A
100 A
65 kVa
#2
2
(33 mm )
0.055 Ω
#6 **
2
(13.3 mm )
100 A
100 A
65 kVa
#6
2
(13.3 mm )
0.17 Ω
#6 **
2
(13.3 mm )
80 A
100 A
65 kVa
#6
2
(13.3 mm )
0.24 Ω
#6 ***
2
(13.3 mm )
125 A
100 A
85 kVa
#6
2
(13.3 mm )
0.13 Ω
#6 ***
2
(13.3 mm )
105 A
100 A
85 kVa
#6
2
(13.3 mm )
0.19 Ω
#6 ***
2
(13.3 mm )
155A
100A
105 kVa
#6
2
(13.3 mm )
0.10 Ω
#6 ***
2
(13.3 mm )
130A
100A
105 kVa
#6
2
(13.3 mm )
0.15 Ω
*
* Refer to 1.3.3 for general grounding information. Maximum wire gauge is # 2 AWG Cu (33 mm2).
** Maximum wire gauge is # 4 AWG Cu (21 mm2).
*** Maximum wire gauge is # 2 AWG Cu (33 mm2).
Recommended Service Disconnect (as per the above table):
• All wiring and grounding should comply with the national electrical code or equivalent.
•
All wiring must be copper.
•
The disconnect switch shall be located within reach of the operator.
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Generator Ground Requirements
•
A suitable ground must be connected from the disconnect switch to the main ground of the generator,
located to the right of the main fuse block, on the sub-panel. The ground wire is typically part of the
line cord, and the current capacity of the ground conductor must normally be equal to or greater than
that of the line conductors.
•
A copper ground cable, #10 AWG (6 mm ) or larger should be connected from the X-ray tube housing
to the High Voltage Module ground stud (located at the top of the High Voltage Module).
•
If a neutral line is provided with the system, under no circumstances is it to be used for ground
purposes. The ground must carry fault currents only.
2
X-Ray Stator Drive Cable Requirements
The X-ray stator cable used with the starter assembly has to meet the following requirements:
•
The cable must be approved to at least 600 VAC if using a dual-speed starter and at least 300 VAC if
using a low speed starter.
•
The cable must be shielded and the shield ground must be connected to the generator chassis
ground and to the tube housing ground.
Note: For Metal Centre Section X-ray tubes, DO NOT connect the shield ground to the tube
housing ground.
•
The maximum cable capacitance (from the inner conductors shorted together to the cable shield)
must be less than 5.1 nF. For example, a cable, type 8618, made by Belden has a capacitance of
4.1 nF for 26 meters.
Note: If a longer cable is necessary with larger cable capacitance over 5.1 nF, consult the
manufacturer.
Use and disclosure is subject to the restrictions on the title page of this CPI document.
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Locating and Mounting the Generator
The main generator cabinet is self-standing and does not need to be supported. However, the installation
should meet the following requirements:
•
The floor must be flat and level.
•
The generator installation area must be clean and free of dirt or debris.
•
The installer must supply generator hold-down brackets, if required. Alternately, mounting holes have
been provided in the base of the generator. The generator may then be anchored to the floor via these
holes.
•
Sufficient room must be provided to allow access to the rear and side of the generator for installation
and service. See figure 1-1 for recommended clearances.
•
The main cabinet is fan cooled, therefore room-temperature air must be free to circulate around the
cabinet. The cooling vents must be unobstructed at all times.
•
A cable trough, conduit, or raceway (1 in; 2.5 mm, diameter) should be provided from the control
console to the main cabinet to allow routing of the control cable if required.
•
•
The control console is normally freestanding on a desk or shelf. It may be anchored if necessary.
Do not place any objects regardless of size or weight on the generator.
Figure 1-1: Generator clearances
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Dimensions, Cable Entrance and Seismic Center Location
Figure 1-2 shows the dimensions of the generator cabinet, the locations of the cable access slots, the AC
mains cable entry, and the seismic center location for the CMP 200 / CMP 200 DR X-ray generator.
The dimensions and weight of the generator and control console(s) are shown in the table below.
ITEM
Main cabinet in shipping pack
Main cabinet unpacked
High Voltage Module
High Voltage Module
Membrane console
Touchscreen control console
with base
Touchscreen control console
without base
LENGTH
30.5 (775)*
25.7 (653)*
12.3 (313)**
15.9 (404)
maximum**
13.1 (333)**
WIDTH
21.5 (546)*
13.7 (348)*
12.0 (305)
12.0 (305)
10.9 (277)**
14.6 (371)**
HEIGHT
38 (965)*
24.3 (617)*
10.5 (267)
14.0 (356)
3.7 (94)**
11.2 (285)**
WEIGHT
151 (68.6)
135 (61)
42 (19)
48 (22)
6 (2.72)
18 (8.2)
14.6 (371)**
3.5 (89)**
10 (4.5)
* Refer to Figure 1-2
** Refer to Figure 1-3
The above dimensions are inches (mm); weights are in pounds (kg).
Figure 1-2: CMP 200 / CMP 200 DR cable entry locations and seismic center
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Figure 1-3: CMP 200 / CMP 200 DR operator console dimensions
1.3.7
Tools and Test Equipment Required
The following is a checklist of recommended tools and test equipment for installation and calibration of the
generator.
CHECK √
DESCRIPTION
General hand tools for installation: Wrenches, nut drivers, assortment of
screwdrivers, pliers, etc.
If the generator is to be anchored to the floor, suitable tools (i.e. drill, drill bits,
etc) and mounting hardware must be available.
A supply of connectors for wiring: terminal lugs, caps, splices etc.
A calibrated DVM that indicates true RMS voltages.
Dual trace memory oscilloscope with a minimum 20 MHz bandwidth;
appropriate leads, probes, etc.
Device for measuring true kVp. This may be a Dynalyzer equivalent or a noninvasive meter such as the Keithley TRIAD system.
A calibrated radiation meter with detectors that will allow for R/min and uR type
measurements (or uGy and Gy/min).
A suitable mA / mAs meter.
A strobe or reed type tachometer to verify that the anode is rotating up to
speed.
A sufficient selection of absorbers to allow AEC calibration if this option is
fitted. A suggested selection is Lexan in thickness of 5.0, 10.0, and 15.0 cm, or
water in plastic containers of homogenous density in thickness of 5.0, 10.0,
and 15.0 cm.
Vapor proof compound for the HV terminations.
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Pre-Installation Checklist
Before starting the generator installation, review the following checklist.
CHECK √
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DESCRIPTION
Is there an unloading area to transport the generator from the delivery truck to
the inside of the building?
If the installation is not on the same floor as the delivery entrance, is there an
elevator available?
Is there a transport dolly or similar device to move the generator?
Do any regulatory bodies need to be notified prior to installation?
If movers are required, have arrangements for time and equipment been
completed?
Are lifting straps or some other suitable device available to lift the generator off
the shipping pallet?
GENERATOR LAYOUT AND MAJOR COMPONENTS
Figure 1-3 shows the external view and dimensions of the membrane and touchscreen operator’s
consoles. Figures 1-4 and 1-5 show the major components located inside the generator cabinet. Figure 16 is an internal view of the console, showing the major components and cabling. Figure 1-4 does not
represent all models. This is meant to show major component layout only.
Figure 1-4: Major generator subassemblies view 1
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GENERATOR LAYOUT AND MAJOR COMPONENTS (Cont)
Figure 1-5: Major generator subassemblies view 2
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GENERATOR LAYOUT AND MAJOR COMPONENTS (Cont)
CONSOLE BOARD
J3
J8
J5
F1
J4
JW2
JW1
JW1 / JW2
JW1 / JW2
JUMPERS IN - PREP / X-RAY
BUTTONS ENABLED
JUMPERS OUT - PREP / X-RAY
BUTTONS DISABLED
J1
LCD DISPLAY ASSEMBLY
J7
J9
CMP200__008B.CDR
Figure 1-6: Console internal view
EPROM Location
(Board Assembly #728877)
EEPROM Locations
(Board Assembly #903132)
Figure 1-7
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COMPATIBILITY LISTING
This X-ray generator is compatible with the following equipment:
X-RAY TUBES:
Refer to the compatibility statement and to chapter 2 of this manual.
NOTE: REFER TO THE SECTIONS “LOW SPEED STARTER TUBE COMPATIBILITY” OR
“PROGRAMMING THE DUAL-SPEED STARTER” IN CHAPTER 2 OF THIS MANUAL FOR
FURTHER DETAILS.
AEC DEVICES:
Refer to the compatibility statement at the front of this manual.
DR INTERFACE:
Refer to the compatibility statement at the front of this manual.
1.6.0
RUNTIME LICENSE AGREEMENT (TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLE)
User / End User License Agreement
You should carefully read the following terms and conditions before using this product. It contains software
(“Software”), the use of which is licensed by Communications & Power Industries Canada Inc. (“CPI”) to
you, the original end user, for your use only as set forth below. If you do not agree to the terms and
conditions of the agreement, do not use the software. If you use any part of the software, such use shall
indicate that you accept these terms.
1. The Software embedded in this Product is protected by international intellectual property rights and
treaties. You may use the software in object code form only and are prohibited from distributing the
software as such. There is no grant of any of the Software’s proprietary source code. This license
does not grant you any rights to patents, copyright, trade secrets, trademarks, or any other rights with
respect to the Software. You are not authorized to modify or to create derivative works based on this
software. You are not authorized to decompile, disassemble or otherwise reverse engineer the
embedded Software. CPI reserves all rights not expressly granted herein.
2. You are authorized to copy the Software only for the following purposes.
a. If such copying is an essential step in the use of the Software and in accordance with this
agreement; or
b. To make an archival copy for back up purposes.
3. If making a copy pursuant to Section 2 above, you must ensure that all trademark, copyright and
intellectual property notices are reproduced and included on any copies that are made.
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4. The Software embedded in this Product is provided to you within the same warranty terms, as those
offered for the Products, except for any third party software, which is offered “as is” and without
warranties of any kind including, but not limited to: warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular
purpose, title and non-infringement.
5. The Software embedded in this Product is not intended for use in or with systems, devices, or
products intended to support of sustain life or for any aviation or nuclear reactor application in which
the software or its failure, malfunction, or inadequacy could directly or indirectly cause or contribute to
personal injury or death or significant property damage. It is your responsibility, as the User or End
User, to ascertain the suitability of the Software for your particular situation and / or application.
6. This agreement is effective until terminated. The agreement shall terminate immediately if you fail to
adhere to the terms and conditions set forth herein. Upon termination, you must immediately cease all
use of the Software and destroy any and all copies of the embedded Software in your possession.
7. This agreement represents the entire agreement between you and CPI with respect to the Software,
and supersedes all other agreements or representations, whether written or oral. The terms of this
agreement can only be modified by the express written consent of both parties. If any part of this
agreement is held to be unenforceable as written, it will be enforced to the maximum extent allowed
by applicable law, and without effect to the enforceability of any other part.
8. Should you have questions regarding the use of the Software, please contact [email protected]
1.7.0
CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Address any questions regarding X-ray generator operation to:
1.8.0
Mail:
Customer Support Department
Communications and Power Industries Canada Inc.
45 River Drive
Georgetown, Ontario, Canada L7G 2J4
Telephone:
(905) 877-0161
Fax:
(905) 877-8320
Attention: Customer Support Department
E-mail:
CANMarketing@.cpii.com
Attention: Customer Support Department
COMPATIBILITY STATEMENT
The compatibility statement for this generator is located at the front of this manual.
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OPEN-SOURCE LICENSE AGREEMENT (TOUCHSCREEN CONSOLE)
The software included in the CPI product covered by this manual may contain copyrighted software
programs that are licensed under the General Public License (GPL) V2. A copy of the GPL can be found
on the GNU website, www.gnu.org. You may obtain the corresponding source code for a period of three
years by forwarding your request to:
CPI Communications & Medical Products Division
45 River Drive
Georgetown, Ontario, Canada
L7G 2J4
Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
(905) 877-0161
(905) 877-5327
[email protected]
Subject: Open Source Code
Note: The subject line for any requests must indicate “Open Source Code” in order to obtain a response.
Distribution charges applicable at the time of request may apply.
All Open Source Software will be provided “AS IS”; there are (i) no representations or warranties and (ii)
neither CPI Canada, nor any of the developers or contributors to Open Source Software shall have any
liability or obligation to the customer with respect to Open Source Software beyond what is granted in the
particular Open Source Software license. Any modification to software code residing in CPI Canada
products shall void all warranties and render products “Not for Clinical Use”. CPI Canada shall have no
liability or obligation for any CPI Canada products containing modified software.
Address any questions regarding X-ray generator operation to:
Mail:
Customer Support Department
Communications and Power Industries Canada Inc.
45 River Drive
Georgetown, Ontario, Canada L7G 2J4
Telephone:
(905) 877-0161
Fax:
(905) 877-8320
Attention: Customer Support Department
E-mail:
CANMarketing@.cpii.com
Attention: Customer Support Department
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