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For a translation of the following warnings, please refer to the applicable safety addendum listed below: This equipment does not have a gas sealed electronics enclosure and could ignite any flammable or explosive gases present in its environment. This equipment may be cleaned with a damp cloth using water with mild detergent, or commercial electronic equipment cleaner.
Laser radiation may be present when the machine operates without the rear cover installed. Use of controls or adjustments, or performance of procedures other than those specified herein, may result in eye damage. Certificates of Compliance and Declarations of Conformity have been issued as shown below. Electromagnetic compatibility EMC — Eastman Kodak Company reserves the right to change this information without notice and makes no warranty, express or implied, with respect to this information.
Operating in Manual Mode The key features of these are described below.
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DryView Laser Imager The imager connects directly to up to three image source devices. The standard unit has one input, but it can be upgraded for dryvieq inputs. The imager adjusts these parameters each time it prints a calibration film. A calibration dtyview is printed whenever: The DryView Laser imager is powered on. A calibration film is requested from the Local Panel. Print Sequence March Rev. Section 5 includes system troubleshooting procedures.
Section 6 provides system specifications. For keypad functions, refer to Section 4.
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The numbered descriptions below correspond to the circled numbers in Figure Use of these controls is covered in Section 3. Display window messages are explained in Section 6. Power Light — Indicates that the imager is powered up. Controls and Indicators Figure Local Panel Controls 9.
Backlight Key — When system power is applied, the message display backlight turns on and the Ready, Attention, and Alarm lights are enabled for use. Press the Dryciew key once to turn off the backlight. Press the Backlight key a second time to disable the Ready, Attention, and Alarm lights.
DryView Laser Imager User drvyiew Open Door Key — Press momentarily to open the front door. The film cartridge first closes to prevent exposing the film. Then the front door is unlatched. If a film jam at the cartridge prevents the cartridge from closing, error message P Press Open 5S will display. Set the imager Power Switch to ON. The Local Panel Power light will turn on. The imager performs a series of self-diagnostic tests and begins a warmup cycle. The time required for warmup varies based on how long the imager has been turned off.
Selecting the number of copies to print.
Selecting the format order in which the images will be printed on film. Use the keypad procedure described in Section 4. Values set at the keypad will override any values set in the Local Panel. This system ensures that density, contrast and other image quality parameters are constantly fine-tuned to produce high quality images.
DryView Laser Imager User Guide Opening the Front Door Via the Local Panel During normal machine operation, you will occasionally need to open the front door with power applied to load and unload film cartridges, or to change the charcoal filter.
Operation and Maintenance Opening the Front Door Manually When power is not applied to drtview imager, you will of course will not be able to open the front door via the Local Panel. Open the upper hood as follows: To access the film cartridge, press the Open Door key on the Local Panel. This will close the film cartridge cover and then unlock the front door.
Open the front door to access the film cartridge. The charcoal filter absorbs and neutralizes this odor. As the imager is used, the filter becomes less dyview. When the odor become noticeable you should replace the filter. Touch Screen — Displays a variety of menus used for system configuration and operation.
Attention Message Area — Displays system status and error messages. Imager Print Information Area — Displays the total number of prints that have been completed. Display Brightness Set Keys — Increase or decrease the keypad display brightness.
Power up the imager. Press the Format Menu key to access the Format Menu. On that menu, press the appropriate Format Select key to dryvied the desired format. See the next paragraph for instructions for selecting Auto Print. On the Keypad Menu see Figure From the keypad Main Menu, press the Imager Menu key.
If a density adjustment is required, perform it first before proceeding with the contrast adjustment described ddyview. Using the DryView V2 Keypad 6. Press the Return key to lock in the new value. Note If you know the desired contrast value, you can ignore steps 2, 3, and 4. In this mode, any or all stored images can be erased. It does not include status or action messages.
For each error message, perform the operator action listed in the table next to the message. If dfyview listed action does not clear the error message, call for service. Operator Troubleshooting Operators occasionally have to clear film jams in the imager or correct other simple problems. If more serious malfunctions occur, operators must call a trained Kodak service technician see page To help operators monitor imager operation and identify problems, the imager displays status and error messages.
Preventive maintenance and cleaning ensure optimum performance of the imager. This message will not interfere with normal operation. The intent of the message is to allow the operator to schedule a convenient time to have preventive maintenance and cleaning performed by a certified technician. The imager is completing films in process before unlatching the front door or, 2.
There is an error condition. See error message on line 2 of the display.
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The user can continue to acquire and queue prints, but the imager will not print until the condition has been corrected. When an error message is displayed, perform the operator action listed in the table for that message. If this action does not clear the error message, call for service. When you make a service call, be prepared to give the error message and message number to the call taker see page Insert a new film cartridge.
P Open Door Req The front door will not open because the imager is printing. Wait until S25 cartridge closing is displayed. P Press Open 5S The front door does not unlatch because the film See Removing Film Jams from Area 3 on page P Jam—Area 3 Film is stalled between the exposure area and the processor. P Contrast Req The user has requested a contrast test film. P Density Req The user has requested a density test print.
P Printer Error The imager is unable to print due to a system problem. The numbers in the illustration identify key areas on the path from film pickup to exposure through development and exit onto the film tray: Troubleshooting Film Pickup Problems in Area 1 Area 1 identifies the location where film is removed from the film cartridge and positioned to be sent by drive rollers toward the exposure area see Figure If the imager cannot properly pick up a sheet of film and position it for drive, error P is declared.
Note When jams occur in Area 2, the film cartridge is left open. When you open the front door, the top sheets of film in the cartridge will be exposed. Jams in this area occur as film is entering the platen before exposure, or as film is leaving the platen after exposure. In rare cases, film may stall in the transport area above the platen.