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  • INSTALLATION/SERVICE MANUALPrintlink

    Konica Print Management System Printlink

    CODE NOIV : 0296ID : 0297HG: 0298DV : 0299IN : 0306OD: 0307

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  • Preface

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12

    Printlink accumulates image data obtained from devices required for diagnostics such as CT, MRI, DSA, ultrasonic, andnuclear medical science, and outputs the image data to the laser imager.

    This service manual describes how Printlink can be used safely and accurately by the user.

    This product is fully compliant with the applied electrical device EMC standards "IEC 60601-1-2 (1993 version)".

    Features1. Backs up the laser imager2. Expands multi-modality3. Expands the connected imager4. Compact controllers5. Large image memory capacity6. Interrupts or prioritizes printing upon emergency7. Interpolation process of the image suitable per modality8. Sets LUT per modality9. Prints time and date per modality

    10. Invokes and prints a printed page image11. Erases a page, erases individual frames, and overwrites 12. Sets print conditions per modality13. Prints by rotating 90 degrees per format14. Produces slide size15. Mixes format16. Toshiba Ethernet input and DICOM input/output

  • Precautions on Service and Installment of Printlink

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12

    Before servicing and installing the Printlink, read the following items and understand them well.

    1. Precautions upon servicing Printlink(1) To prevent any accidents, do not service the Printlink unless properly trained and authorized by the manufacturer.(2) When approaching drive parts such as a fan, be careful not to get a part of your body or clothes caught in them.(3) Electrostatic charge may cause damage to the electronic circuits of the Printlink. Be cautious when handling the main

    unit or other electronic parts removed during service operation. Use a grounding strap whenever handling the circuitboard.

    (4) Make sure that the main power is turned off whenever the electric board, connectors, or cables are pulled out from orattached to the unit. It is strictly prohibited to do any engineering work without the main power being turned off.Doing so may cause serious injury.

    (5) To operate or adjust the Printlink in any way other than instructed by this manual may cause exposure to harmful radi-ation, and is strictly prohibited.

    (6) Work properly and safely according to the Caution Labels.(7) The Printlink incorporates a lithium battery. Improper replacement of the battery may cause damage. Only a techni-

    cal service engineer is allowed to replace it.(8) Do not remove the covers unless properly trained and authorized by the manufacturer.

    2. Precautions against electric shock(1) Precautions against high voltage

    High voltage is supplied to the device with this system. Observe the following precautions in order to prevent the riskof electric shock. The risk of electric shock exists when touching the high voltage section of the device cover by hand.

    (2) Precautions against supplied voltageThe supplied voltage of the devices configuring this system is 100VAC. Observe the following precautions in orderto prevent the risk of electric shock. Install the devices in a location where it is not exposed to water. Confirm that the ground wires are connect securely. Confirm that all cables are connected properly with no damages.

    3. Precautions upon installing Printlink(1) Install the system in a location where it is not exposed to water.(2) Install the system in a location where there is no likelihood of it being adversely affected by atmospheric pressure,

    temperature, humidity, drafts, direct sunlight, dust, or air containing salt or sulfur, etc.(3) Install the system in a stable environment. Do not install it on an inclined surface or a location that can be easily

    affected by vibration or shock(4) Do not install the system in a location where chemical agents are stored or where chemical gases may generate.(5) Check the voltage and frequency of the power source and be sure they match those indicated in the specification.(6) The capacity of the outlet should be more than sufficient for the consumed power.(7) The power cable and communication cable must be connected in order to operate the Printlink system. Connect the

    cables properly and set them clear from the path so that no one will stumble and disconnect the cables.(8) Connect the power cable securely to an outlet that has a ground terminal. If a ground terminal does not exist on the

    outlet, add one on and connect it securely.(9) Printlink is equipped with vents to draw in and exhaust air in order to prevent internal temperature from rising. Please

    be sure that these vents are not blocked.

    * If this page becomes dirty, rendering it illegible, please purchase (at charge) a new service manual.

  • Precautions Upon Installation and Usage

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12

    4. Confirmation and precautions prior to using Printlink(1) Confirm that the power cable is not damaged.(2) Confirm that the ground terminal is grounded securely.(3) Confirm that all cables, etc. are connected properly and securely.(4) Confirm that there are no cracks in the controller LCD.(5) Confirm that Printlink is operating normally and steadily.(6) Printlink is equipped with vents to draw in and exhaust air in order to prevent internal temperature from rising. Please

    be sure that these vents are not blocked.

    5. Precautions upon using the controller LCD(1) Be sure to use your fingers to operate the touch panel of the LCD. If a hard and sharp object such as a pen is used, it

    may scratch or crack the panel. Also, the display section is made of glass so please avoid applying strong mechani-cal shock.

    (2) If the LCD section is damaged and liquid leaks out, be careful not to contain the liquid in the mouth. If the liquidsticks to the skin or clothes, wash it with soap immediately.

    (3) Operating the system with a crack in the glass portion of the LCD is very dangerous. Do not use the system in thiscondition.

    6. Precautions regarding the location and method of storing Printlink for acertain length of time

    (1) Turn OFF the power switch according to the specified procedure.(2) Disconnect cables, etc. properly.(3) Note the following points when storing Printlink.

    Store in a location where it is not exposed to water. Store in a location where there is no likelihood of it being adversely affected by atmospheric pressure, temperature,

    humidity, drafts, direct sunlight, dust, or containing salt or sulfur, etc. Store in a stable environment. Do not store it on an inclined surface or a location that can be easily affected by vibra-

    tion or shock. Do not store in a location where chemical agents are stored or where chemical gases may generate.

    (4) Clean the accessories and cables and store them neatly.(5) Clean all parts so that they can be used without any hindrance the next time.

    7. Precautions upon using Printlink that was stored for a certain length oftime

    (1) Confirm that the power cable is not damaged.(2) Confirm that the ground terminals are grounded securely.(3) Confirm that all cables, etc. are connected properly and securely.(4) Confirm that there are no cracks in the controller LCD.(5) Confirm that Printlink is operating normally and steadily.(6) When using Printlink with other devices, there is a risk of inflicting danger or diagnostic errors. Therefore, operate

    the system with extra care in such situations.(7) Printlink is equipped with vents to draw in and exhaust air in order to prevent internal temperature from rising. Please

    be sure that these vents are not blocked.

    * If this page becomes dirty, rendering it illegible, please purchase (at charge) a new service manual.

  • Precautions Upon Installation and Usage

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12

    8. Use of Ethernet TerminalThe Ethernet Terminal should be used exclusively for Ethernet connection.Never use for Telephone connections.

    9. Disposal of PrintlinkThis product is subject to industrial waste regulation. The internal lead batteries can be hazardous and must be dis-posed of properly. Please ask an assigned waste disposer regarding the disposal of this product.

    * If this page becomes dirty, rendering it illegible, please purchase (at charge) a new service manual.

    CONTAINS SEALED LEAD BATTERY BATTERY MUST BE RECYCLED

    The internal lead batteries are charged automatically after the powersupply is turned on. If the battery must be replaced, contact yourKonica representative.

  • CAUTION LABELS

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12

    * If this page becomes dirty, rendering it illegible, please purchase (at charge) a new service manual.

    Caution labels imply the degree of the risk which may arise from incorrect use of this product. There are 3 degree of caution labels, and each is used depending on the level of risk and damage caused by incorrect

    use and mishandling.

    DANGER :Failure to avoid this risk implies the imminent danger level which may lead to serious injury including aloss of life.

    WARNING :Failure to avoid the risk implies the danger level which may lead to serious injury including a loss of life.

    CAUTION :Failure to avoid the risk implies the danger level which may lead to moderate damage or light injury. Alsoit is used when only a damage to property is expected.

    NOTE : Serious injury means a loss of eyesight,burns(high or low temperature),electric shock, fracture, intox-ication, which causes you an after-effect or a necessity to be hospitalized and/or hospital recupera-tion for a long period.

    Damage means burns or electric shock which does not cause a necessity to be hospitalized and/orhospital recuperation for a long period.Physical damage means a damage to a kind of structure or its contents, livestock, and pets.

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  • CAUTION LABELS

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12

    * If this page becomes dirty, rendering it illegible, please purchase (at charge) a new service manual.

    Warning and Caution indication.(1) Notes on Warning level is described on the label of item VI in the related pages.(2) Notes on Caution level is described on the label of item VI in the related pages or indicated as below.

    1) Warning and Caution indication

    2) Symbol Mark

    This product is classified as below.Classification based on the kind of protection for the electric shock.

    A power supply device for commercial use outside.Class 1 device.

    Classification based on the degree of protection for the water intrusion which may lead to danger.Ordinary Device.(Enclosed device without protection against ingress of water. IPX0)

    Classification based on the degree of safety if this product is used in the environment where an inflammableanesthesia which is mixed with air or an inflammable anesthesia which is mixed with oxygen or nitrogenmonoxide is present.

    This product is not suitable for use in the environment where an inflammable anesthesia which is mixed with air oran inflammable anesthesia which is mixed with oxygen or nitrogen monoxide is present.

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  • INSTALLATION/SERVICE MANUAL Contents

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12 1

    1. Printlink Overview1.1 Features......................................................................................................................................................1-11.2 Specifications.............................................................................................................................................1-21.3 Block Diagram ..........................................................................................................................................1-31.4 Circuit Boards and Cables.........................................................................................................................1-5

    2. Cabinet (Detaching Covers)2.1 Names of Cabinet Sections .......................................................................................................................2-12.2 Description of Cabinet Sections................................................................................................................2-22.3 Detaching Outer Cover Panels ..................................................................................................................2-42.4 Connecting Diagnostic Devices and Imagers............................................................................................2-52.5 Replacing the Battery and Fuse.................................................................................................................2-7

    3. Power Unit and Internal Boards3.1 Main Board................................................................................................................................................3-13.2 Hard Disk ..................................................................................................................................................3-73.3 Diagram of Printlink Internal Connection.................................................................................................3-9

    4. Setting the Imager4.1 Setting the Li-7, 7A, and 8........................................................................................................................4-14.2 Setting the Li-21........................................................................................................................................4-54.3 Setting the Li-10A.....................................................................................................................................4-84.4 Setting the Li-62P....................................................................................................................................4-114.5 Setting the DryPro...................................................................................................................................4-13

    5. Setting the Network and the Internal Section of the Main Unit5.1 Setting the Network...................................................................................................................................5-25.2 Setting the Install PC.................................................................................................................................5-35.3 Setting the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway....................................................................5-45.4 Setting the HD Remaining Space and Log Data Mode ............................................................................5-7

    6. Using the Installation Software6.1 Operating Environment .............................................................................................................................6-16.2 Connection.................................................................................................................................................6-16.3 Startup and Exit .........................................................................................................................................6-16.4 Functional Description ..............................................................................................................................6-16.5 Compatibility of the Maintenance Software ...........................................................................................6-246.6 Error Message..........................................................................................................................................6-25

    7. Setting the Input I/F7.1 Common Items for All Input .....................................................................................................................7-17.2 Setting Each Input .....................................................................................................................................7-27.3 Setting Toshiba Ether Input .......................................................................................................................7-37.4 Setting the DICOM PRINT Input .............................................................................................................7-67.5 Setting the DICOM STORAGE Input.......................................................................................................7-8

  • INSTALLATION/SERVICE MANUAL Contents

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.122

    8. Setting the Video I/F8.1 Configuration.............................................................................................................................................8-18.2 Specifications.............................................................................................................................................8-18.3 Block Diagram ..........................................................................................................................................8-18.4 Description of Each Part and Its Setting ...................................................................................................8-38.5 Checking the Operation When Abnormalities Occur on the Board........................................................8-128.6 Adjusting the Board ................................................................................................................................8-16

    9. Setting the Digital I/F9.1 Configuration.............................................................................................................................................9-19.2 Specifications.............................................................................................................................................9-19.3 Block Diagram ..........................................................................................................................................9-19.4 Description of Each Part and Its Setting ...................................................................................................9-29.5 Checking the Operation When Abnormalities Occur on the Board..........................................................9-69.6 Checking the Transfer Signal of the Digital I/F........................................................................................9-99.7 Adjusting the Board ................................................................................................................................9-119.8 Setting the Memory Capacity of the Driver............................................................................................9-14

    10. Setting the Digital Video I/F10.1 Configuration...........................................................................................................................................10-110.2 Specifications...........................................................................................................................................10-110.3 Block Diagram ........................................................................................................................................10-210.4 Description of Each Part and Its Setting .................................................................................................10-210.5 Checking the Operation When Abnormalities Occur on the Board........................................................10-910.6 Adjusting the Board ..............................................................................................................................10-11

    11. Setting the Video HG I/F11.1 Configuration...........................................................................................................................................11-111.2 Specifications...........................................................................................................................................11-111.3 Block Diagram ........................................................................................................................................11-111.4 Description of Each Part and Its Setting .................................................................................................11-211.5 Checking the Operation When Abnormalities Occur on the Board......................................................11-1011.6 Adjusting the Board ..............................................................................................................................11-15

    12. Setting the Output I/F12.1 Common Items for All Output ................................................................................................................12-112.2 Output Settings ........................................................................................................................................12-512.3 HSTP Output Settings .............................................................................................................................12-612.4 DICOM PRINT Output Settings .............................................................................................................12-812.5 DICOM STORAGE Output Settings ....................................................................................................12-10

  • INSTALLATION/SERVICE MANUAL Contents

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual USA Ver. 1.1 2001.3 3

    13. Additional Functions13.1 Multi-clients ............................................................................................................................................13-113.2 Network Controller Default Function .....................................................................................................13-413.3 Printlink-OD Backup...............................................................................................................................13-513.4 Bit Conversion.........................................................................................................................................13-713.5 STRETCH (Equating different image sizes in the same page) ............................................................13-1313.6 Conversion from STORAGE to PRINT................................................................................................13-15

    14. Setting the Route

    15. Saving and Sending Data15.1 Saving and Sending Data ........................................................................................................................15-115.2 Procedures for Reinstallation ..................................................................................................................15-2

    16. Controller (keypad) Settings16.1 Setting jumpers........................................................................................................................................16-116.2 Setting Parameters on the Maintenance Setup Screen ............................................................................16-216.3 Setting Parameters on the Maintenance Setup Screen of the Network Controller ...............................16-10

    17. Host Controller Settings17.1 Parts Required for Installation.................................................................................................................17-117.2 How to Connect Cables and Set Jumpers ...............................................................................................17-217.3 Configuration of Host Controller ............................................................................................................17-617.4 Printlink Host Controller Settings ...........................................................................................................17-9

    18. System Layout Example18.1 Set the Route for Input Printlink, Imager, and Filing Device.................................................................18-218.2 Route ID Settings ....................................................................................................................................18-7

    19. Setting the Character Recognition19.1 Character Recognition.............................................................................................................................19-119.2 Algorithm of Character Recognition.......................................................................................................19-119.3 Limitations of Character Recognition .....................................................................................................19-119.4 Configuration of Character Recognition Install Data .............................................................................19-219.5 Character Recognition (OCR) Install Software Operation Description .................................................19-419.6 Procedure for Settings of Character Recognition .................................................................................19-1219.7 Outline of Preliminary Research of Character Strings To Be Recognized and

    Settings of Character Recognition System ..................19-1319.8 Settings for Printlink .............................................................................................................................19-1619.9 Settings of Environment of Character Recognition (OCR) Install Software........................................19-1819.10 Settings of Data with Character Recognition (OCR) Install Software .................................................19-2219.11 Returning Environment of Printlink......................................................................................................19-5519.12 Setting and Operating Controller ..........................................................................................................19-56

  • INSTALLATION/SERVICE MANUAL Contents

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.124

    20.Upgrading Printlink20.1 Printlink Software Overview...................................................................................................................20-120.2 Upgrading/Downgrading Printlink Software ..........................................................................................20-1

    21. Error Code Table21.1 Error Code Overview ..............................................................................................................................21-121.2 Error Log and Event Log ........................................................................................................................21-121.3 Recorded Contents of Log ......................................................................................................................21-3

    22. Troubleshooting22.1 Troubleshooting on Startup and Connection...........................................................................................22-122.2 Troubleshooting on Operations ...............................................................................................................22-122.3 Troubleshooting on Image Quality..........................................................................................................22-222.4 Using Backup Imager..............................................................................................................................22-222.5 Others ......................................................................................................................................................22-2

    Appendix

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  • 1. Printlink Overview

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12 1-1

    1.1 FeaturesIn the Printlink System, image data is accumulated by Printlink-IV, ID, DV, HG, or IN which is connected to a diagnostic device andis transferred directly to the imager or filing system via the network. For imagers which have no network I/F, data is transferred viaPrintlink-OD using a digital I/F.Printlink-IV, ID, DV, HG can transfer images to a maximum of 8 imagers, filing systems, or Printlink-ODs. The transfer of images toPrintlink-OD is made by using the controller which comes with Printlink-OD.With Printlink-OD, a maximum of 16CH of Printlink input can be connected.Furthermore, with Printlink-IN, a maximum of 8 imagers, filing systems, or diagnostic devices can be connected for input and outputcombined.

    NetworkPrintlink

    ControllerPrintlink

    -IV

    Printlink-OD

    Printlink-OD

    Printlink-ID

    Printlink-DV

    Printlink-HG

    Printlink-IN

    PrintlinkNetwork Controller

    PrintlinkNetwork Controller

    ImagerController

    Imager 1

    Imager 2

    Imager 3

    ImagerController

    Filing System

    PrintlinkController

    PrintlinkController

    PrintlinkController

    PrintlinkNetwork Controller

    Diagnostic Device 1

    Diagnostic Device 2

    Diagnostic Device 3

    Diagnostic Device 4

    Diagnostic Device 5

    Diagnostic Device 16

    Fig. 1.1 Printlink System

  • 1. Printlink Overview

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.121-2

    1.2 SpecificationsModel Name : PrintlinkImager Connection : Li-21, Li-7, Li-7A, Li-8, Li-10A, Li-1417D, Li-1417DH, Li-62P, DRYPRO722Interface : Video / Digital / High-Speed Video / Digital Video / NetworkImage Memory Capacity : 4GB / 8GBMulti-Modalities : Expandable with additional PrintlinkFormat : 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 15, 16, 20, 24, 25, 30, 35, 36, 42, 48, and mixed format. (Some formats can-

    not be performed depending on the connected imager, the number of pixel data, or the filmsize.)

    Test Pattern : Built in with SMPTE pattern.Interpolation Process : CapableImage Rotation : 90 degree rotationExposure Condition : Capable of setting 8 channels for contrast, density, image frame and its polarity, interpolation,

    format, and border.Border Process : Selectable between black and transparent.Image Frame Setting : Selectable between frame and frameless image.Negative/Positive Inversion : Function exists for inverting negative and positive images.Erasing Memory : Memory can be erased per frame at random or for one entire page.Random Exposure : CapableHost Control : Connectable depending on the device.Character Input Function : Date, messages, etc. can be printed in margins.Copy Function : Up to 99 copies of original data.Controller : LCD with backlight.Outer Dimensions : Width 210mm x Depth 480mm x Height 450mmWeight : Approx. 15kgPower Source : 100V AC+-10%, 50/60HzPower Consumption of Main Unit : 100WOperating Environment : 15 to 30C, 30 to 75% RH (with no condensation)Storage Environment : -10 to 50C, 10 to 85% RH (with no condensation)Magnetic Resistance : 0.5mT or lessHeat Generation : 100W/hOptions : Various host controls, local switches, coaxial interface cable, hub, card reader.

    * Please acknowledge that the above specifications may change without prior notice.

  • 1. Printlink Overview

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12 1-3

    1.3 Block Diagram1.3.1 Configuration Main board PCI Back Plane I/F

    Video IF (60MHz)Video IF-HG (130MHz)Digital Video IFDigital Input IFDigital Output IF

    Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Controller LAN Card Power Unit

    1.3.2 Block diagram of the entire system

    PCI Bus

    Input I/F

    HDD4GB/8GB

    IDE

    Controller

    Diagnostic Device

    Serial

    PowerUnit

    LAN Card

    10BASE-T/100BASE-TX

    Power Source100VAC

    Memory 32MBx2

    Fig. 1.2 Printlink-IV, -ID, -HG, -DV Block Diagram

  • 1. Printlink Overview

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.121-4

    PCI BusHDD4GB/8GB

    IDE

    Serial

    PowerUnit

    LAN Card

    10BASE-T/100BASE-TX

    Power Source100VAC

    Memory32MBx2NetworkController

    Fig. 1.3 Printlink-IN Block Diagram

    Fig. 1.4 Printlink-OD Block Diagram

    PCI Bus

    Output IF

    HDD4GB/8GB

    IDE

    Serial

    PowerUnit

    LAN Card

    10BASE-T/100BASE-TX

    Power Source100VAC

    Memory32MBx4

    NetworkController

    Imager

    ImagerController

  • 1. Printlink Overview

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12 1-5

    1.4 Circuit Boards and CablesMain Board Model No. ADP-202-10Video I/F Part No. 029620000AVideo I/F HG Part No. 029830000ADigital I/F Input Part No. 029730000ADigital I/F Output Part No. 030730000A (Board No. 029730000A)Digital Video I/F Part No. 029930000ALAN Card Part No. Ether Express Pro 100 plusMain Memory Board Model No. ADP-169HDD Model No. WDAC24300Controller Part No. 029620000ANetwork Controller Part No. 030620000AInternal Cable D37IN Part No. 012585000AInternal Cable D37OUT Part No. 016285000AInternal Cable 12bit Part No. 0309WD000APrintlink-Imager Cable Part No. 0431WD000A

    The LAN Card and HDD change from the following models:PRINTLINK-IV 02960265 or laterPRINTLINK-ID 02970241 or laterPRINTLINK-IN 03060147 or laterPRINTLINK-OD 03070201 or laterPRINTLINK-HG 02980056 or laterPRINTLINK-DV 02990051 or later

    LAN Card Part No. LA100-PCI-T V3HDD Model No. ST38421A

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  • 2. Cabinet (Detaching Covers)

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12 2-1

    2.1 Names of Cabinet Sections

    Fig. 2.1 Front Panel (1) Fig. 2.2 Front Panel (2)

    Fig. 2.3 Rear Panel

    RESET E_STOP

    (1) Ventilation Slot (3) E_STOP ButtonRESET E_STOP

    (4) Front Cover

    (2) RESET Button

    (6) Cooling Fan

    (8) Host Controller Output Terminal

    (10) Ethernet Terminal

    (13) Rubber Support

    (12) Production No.

    (11) Digital Input Terminal / Video Input Terminal* The terminal changes depending on the board.

    (9) Printlink Controller Input Terminal

    (7) AC Input Terminal(5) Breaker Switch for Power Source

  • 2. Cabinet (Detaching Covers)

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.122-2

    Fig. 2.4 Top Panel

    2.2 Description of Cabinet Sections(1) Ventilation Slot

    This slot absorbs outside air which cools the inside of Printlink. The air is exhausted through the cooling fan.

    (2) RESET ButtonTo reset Printlink. * In principle, this button should not be used.

    (3) E_STOP ButtonTo shut down Printlink forcefully. * In principle, this button should not be used.

    (4) Front CoverCover for the control section of the main unit. It slides up and down.

    (5) Breaker Switch for the Power SourceMain power switch.

    (6) Cooling FanTo cool the inside of Printlink. It also serves as an outlet vent.

    (7) AC Input TerminalInput terminal for AC power.

    (8) Host Controller Output TerminalHost controller output terminal to control the output destination. This terminal connects to the host controller terminal of thecontroller.

    (9) Printlink Controller Input TerminalTerminal to connect the controller cable.

    (10) Ethernet TerminalTerminal to connect Ethernet.

    (11) Digital Input Terminal / Video Input TerminalThis terminal becomes a digital input terminal when the board is set to digital, and a video input terminal when set to video.

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    (14) READY Switch

    (15) Power LED

    (16) HDD LED

    (17) Status LED

  • 2. Cabinet (Detaching Covers)

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12 2-3

    (12) Production No.Production No. of Printlink.

    (13) Rubber SupportTo stabilize the Printlink body.

    (14) READY SwitchA single press turns the power ON, lights the Power LED, and starts up Printlink. The green lamp goes ON during operation.Furthermore, Printlink shuts down when the switch is pressed until the Status LED starts to blink.

    (15) Power LEDThe green lamp goes ON during Printlink operation.

    (16) HDD LEDIndicates the status of the Printlink hard disk. The green lamp indicates that it is now writing on the hard disk.

    (17) Status LEDThe orange lamp blinks when Printlink is shutting down.

  • 2. Cabinet (Detaching Covers)

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.122-4

    2.3 Detaching Outer Cover Panels2.3.1 Left side-panelRemove the 3 screws (b) on the rear side of the cabinet which secure the side cover as shown in the figure below. Slide it towards thedirection of the arrow (1), then pull it up to direction (2) to free and detach the cover panel from the main unit.* Detach the right cover panel in the same procedure.

    Fig. 2.5 Side Panel

    2.3.2 Front panelRemove the screw (a) as shown in the above Fig. 2.5. Hold portion (c) located at the bottom of the front panel, pull towards direction(3) and detach the panel.* Be sure to detach both side panels before detaching the front panel in order to avoid damage to the unit.

    Fig. 2.6 Front Panel

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    b

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    (3)

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  • 2. Cabinet (Detaching Covers)

    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12 2-5

    Host Control Output Terminal

    Ethernet Terminal

    Video Input Terminal, Digital Input Terminal, Video HG Input Terminal, Digital Video Input Terminal* The terminal changes depending on the board.

    Printlink Controller Input Terminal

    2.4 Connecting Diagnostic Devices and ImagersWhen attaching cables or connectors, be sure to disconnect the power cable from the power outlet to prevent electrical shock.

    Fig. 2-7 Rear Panel

    2.4.1 Connecting a diagnostic device (video input)1. Connect a BNC cable for video signal from the diagnostic device to the "Video Input Terminal".2. Connect a controller cable from the Printlink controller to the "Printlink Controller Input Terminal".3. Connect 10Base-T or 100Base-TX to the "Ethernet Terminal".

    2.4.2 Connecting a diagnostic device (digital input)1. Connect a digital signal cable D-sub37Pin from the diagnostic device to the "Digital Input Terminal".2. Connect a controller cable from the Printlink controller to the "Printlink Controller Input Terminal".3. Connect 10Base-T or 100Base-TX to the "Ethernet Terminal".

    2.4.3 Connecting a diagnostic device (video HG input)1. Connect a BNC cable for video signal from the diagnostic device to the "Video HG Input Terminal".2. Connect a controller cable from the Printlink controller to the "Printlink Controller Input Terminal".3. Connect 10Base-T or 100Base-TX to the "Ethernet Terminal".

    2.4.4 Connecting a diagnostic device (digital video input)1. Connect a digital video cable attached with the diagnostic device and Printlink to the "Digital Video Input Terminal". The cable

    is 2 meters in length.2. Connect a controller cable from the Printlink controller to the "Printlink Controller Input Terminal".3. Connect 10Base-T or 100Base-TX to the "Ethernet Terminal".

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    Attach this connector to the digital I/F board.

    Attach this 12bit connector to the rear side of Printlink.

    2.4.5 Connecting an imager (digital output)1. Connect a digital signal cable D-Sub37Pin to the "Digital Output Terminal", then connect the other end to the digital signal

    input terminal of the imager.If the connection to the imager is made in 12bit, exchange the internal cable linked to the digital I/F board to a 12bit cable asshown in Fig. 2.8, and connect a digital signal cable D-sub50Pin to the "Digital Output Terminal".* The same procedure is required for Digital Input.

    Fig. 2.8 Internal Cable Connection

    2. Connect the imager host controller to the "Host Control Output Terminal" using the PL imager cable (optionally available).

    3. Connect 10Base-T or 100Base-TX to the "Ethernet Terminal".

    Remarks: Ethernet ConnectionConnect the main Printlink unit to a maintenance PC via ISDN or ISDN Router for remote maintenance.

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    DC32V/10A

    Battery

    Fuse

    Connector (1)Connector (2)Connector (3)Connector (4)Clasp

    Pull out this cable

    Fuse Cover Fuse

    2.5 Replacing the Battery and FuseThe back-up battery (lead battery) used with this device is designated as industrial waste. Disposal ofthe battery must comply with the waste-disposal regulations. Also, extreme caution is required during maintenance to prevent electrical shock.

    Fig. 2.9 Battery Connection

    1. Turn OFF the breaker switch for the power source located at the rear side of the main Printlink unit, then disconnect the powercable from the outlet.Note: Be sure to disconnect the power cable from the outlet to prevent electrical shock.

    2. Detach both side cover panels from the main Printlink unit, then detach the front cover panel. (Refer to Section 2.3.)3. Pull out the wiring cable for the battery located at the upper section of Printlink as shown in the figure below.

    Fig. 2.10 Cable Wiring

    4. Remove the fuse cover as shown below, then remove the fuse.

    5. Pull out Connectors (1) to (4) connected to the battery as shown in the figure below. Please note which cable connects to whichconnector so that they can be properly reconnected.

    Fig. 2.12 Plugging Connectors

    Fig. 2.11 Replacing the Fuse

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    6. After releasing the clasp which secures the battery to the main unit, remove the old battery and replace it with a new one.7. Reattach the clasp and screw, then attach the connectors removed in Step 5 to their original positions. Be careful not to make

    a connection error, as it may lead to a short circuit.

    * Follow Step (1) to (3) for replacing a fuse. A spare fuse can be found on the clasp that secures the battery.

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    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12 3-1

    3.1 Main Board3.1.1 SpecificationsModel No. ADP-202-10CPU Pentium MMX 200MHz (P55TM)CHIPSET Triton430HXL2 Cache 512KB PB-SRAMBIOS Phoenix (Plug-and-Play compatible)BIOS ROM 256KB FLASH ROMMain Memory Max. 256MB Parity Check Parity/ECCNo. of DIMM SLOT 4 SlotsPCI Bus PCI 2.1 compatibleHDD Interface PCI Bus Master E-IDEFDD Interface AT standardParallel Port 1xLPT (EPP/ECP)Serial Port 2xCPM (RS232C compatible)Key Interface PS/2-type (8042-equivalent)Mouse Interface PS/2-type (8042-equivalent)VGA CHIP F65550VGA Bus Interface PCI BusVGA Interface Analogue CRT&LCD panelsVRAM Memory 2MBWatchdog 2sec. / 3 to 30sec. / 1min. / 2 to 30min.Temperature Sensor Installed

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    3.1.2 Block diagram

    Fig. 3.1 Block Diagram of the Main Board

    Pentium Processor

    Host Bus

    L2Cache TXC

    DIMM

    ISA+PCIPCI Bus

    ISA Bus

    VRAM

    VGAPLL3

    COM2COM1LPTFDDLCDCRTSecondary IDEPrimary IDE

    USB

    VRAM

    SuperI/O

    K/B

    P/D

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    3.1.3 Description of each part(1) External view

    Fig. 3.2 External View of the Main Board (Parts side)

    Fig. 3.3 External View of the Main Board (Soldered side)

    Socket7

    1 2

    JP1

    3

    JP2 JP3

    JP4

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    Fig. 3.4 Example of Adding Memory

    * When adding only one pair of DIMM modules, either the Pair 1 or Pair 2 position can be used.

    (2) Adding memoryThe system memory of the main board can be increased up to 256MB by using 72pin DIMM socket compatible memory.

    Please note the following instructions when adding memory to the DIMM socket. Use DIMM modules in which access time is 60ns or 70ns with +5V single power supply. Use DIMM modules with the same capacity in pairs (refer to the figure below). Adjust and insert pin No. 1 of the DIMM module to pin No. 1 of the DIMM socket. A DIMM module either with or without a parity can be used.

    Socket7

    Pair 1

    CN13,CN14 CN15,CN16

    Pair 2

    1Pin side of DIMM socket

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    Fig. 3.5 Position of IDE Connector

    3.1.4 Cautions upon detaching an IDE connectorPlease note the following instructions when detaching or reattaching an IDE connector from/to the main board: Begin work after removing the main board from the main Printlink unit. Be careful when handling the connector as the IDE connector pins are susceptible to damage.

    IDE Connector

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    3.1.5 Dealing with problems(1) Printlink controller does not start up.(2) Access cannot be made through the I/F.(3) Access cannot be made to the hard disk.

    Procedures for checking:1. Check the controller. (Refer to Section 16.) If all controllers are in the same condition, check the main board.2. Check each I/F. (Refer to Section 7. to 11.) If access cannot be made to each I/F board, check the main board.3. Check the HDD LED on the front panel.

    If normal, reinstall.If abnormal, perform the following:

    Turn the power OFF, then turn it ON again. Check the connectors. Check the operation of the hard disk. Check the power source. Reinstall.

    If the problem is not solved, replace the circuit board or the hard disk.

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    3.2 Hard Disk3.2.1 Specifications(1) WDAC24300

    Physical Specifications AC24300Formatted Capacity 4311MBInterface 40-pin E-IDE

    (2) ST38421APhysical SpecificationsFormatted Capacity 8.4GBInterface 40-pin E-IDE* Image data, OS (Windows NT) for Printlink, and the main program for Printlink are stored in the hard disk.

    Therefore, the Printlink system may not start up if there is a problem in the hard disk.

    3.2.2 Description of each partFor the external view and the position of the jumper, refer to Sections 3.2.3 and 3.2.4.

    3.2.3 Setting(1) Description of the Jumper

    View from the top of the jumper pins with the surface of the HDD board faced upwards.

    Fig. 3.6 Jumper Diagram (Factory default)

    * Factory default setting does not have to be changed, so please be sure that the jumper is set as shown in theabove figure.

    40pinCONN POWER

    13579

    246810

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    Fig. 3.7 External View of the Hard Disk

    3.2.4 Checking the operationOperation is checked in the following methods: Turn ON the power, and check if the HDD LED goes on when access is made to the hard disk. The operating system does not start up normally when there is a problem in the hard disk. (This cannot be confirmed without a

    monitor.) A software which controls Printlink and the OS for the main board is stored in the hard disk. Therefore, if there is a mal-function in the hard disk, the system will not start up.

    * Other than a malfunction in the hard disk, connectors or the power source can also be the problem.

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    3.3 Diagram of Printlink Internal Connection

    FAN1

    FAN2

    12

    123456789

    101112

    +5VHDD_STATUS

    STATUSOPTION1OPTION2

    SP+SP

    POWER_SWRESET_SW

    POWER-OFF_SWOPTION_SW

    GND

    123456789101112

    +5VCN13

    NH2085

    NH2015

    NZ1963

    NZ1963

    HDD_STATUSSTATUSOPTION1

    123

    +12V

    SBC SLOT

    PCI SLOT#1

    PCI SLOT#2

    PCI SLOT#3 P7

    P8

    P3

    P4

    HDD

    P5

    25PNH21182

    SA461610

    P6

    P9

    PCI SLOT#4

    PCI SLOT#1

    PCI SLOT#2

    PCI SLOT#3

    PCI SLOT#4

    PCI SLOT#5

    CN1 CN2 CN8

    CN11NH2141

    CN13,14

    CN5

    FAN SENSORGND

    NH2015123

    +12VCN6

    FAN SENSORGND

    OPTION2SP+SPPOWER_SWRESET_SWPOWER_OFF_SWOPTION_SWGND

    RESET

    SC457610

    PANEL BOARDSB4576100

    RESET GND

    Batt +VEBatt

    Batt VE

    12

    RESETE.STOP GND

    Red

    Black

    Black

    Red

    P132V DC/20A

    NH2134PX1202GF12

    YellowRed

    Black

    BrownRedOrangeYellowGreenBluePurpleGrayWhiteBlackBrownRed

    123456789

    1011121314151617181920

    +3.3V+3.3V

    P1

    COM+5V

    COM+5V

    COMP.G

    +5VS+12V+3.3V12V

    +5V+5V5V

    COMCOMCOMCOM

    ON/OFF

    123456789

    1011121314151617181920

    +3.3V+3.3V

    CN5

    COM+5VCOM+5VCOMP.G+5VS+12V+3.3V12V

    +5V+5V5VCOMCOMCOMCOMON/OFF

    SC457610

    POWER UNITNSP2180H2X

    BACK PLANE BOARDADP299HFPP514PB/B

    CPU BOARDADP20210

    90-253V AC 50/60Hz3P INLET CONNECTOR

    BrownRedOrangeYellowGreenRed

    123123

    GNDSHUT_DOWN

    P12

    AC_FALL

    GNDSHUT_DOWNAC_FALL

    BATT LOWBATT CHECKPOWER FAN

    123456

    CN17

    BATT LOWBATT CHECKPOWER FAN

    BlackYellowBlueWhiteOrangePurple

    1234

    +12GNDGND+5V

    YellowBlackBlackRed

    1234

    +12GNDGND+5V

    YellowBlackBlackRed

    1234

    +12GNDGND+5V

    YellowBlackBlackRed

    BlackOrangeYellowYellowBrownBlueBlackPurpleBlackBlackBlackWhiteRedRed

    RedYellowBlack

    RedYellowBlack

    RedYellowBlack

    Batt + +

    Batt +

    PAT13132 MB

    LAN CARDETHER EXPRESS PRO/+

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    Print Management System Printlink Installation and Service Manual Ver.1.0 2000.12 4-1

    The purpose of modifying the settings on the imager side is to enable the imager to receive all image data output fromPrintlink-OD. The settings can be changed to receive not only the maximum image data output from Printlink, but also datain which the image size differs among each page. Check the version of the main unit ROM on the imager side, and if anon-designated version is installed, please be sure to change the ROM. As for the controller, set it according to the table below. For items that are not listed in the table, please leave them as theyare.

    4.1 Setting the Li-7, 7A, and 8Confirm that the Li-7, 7A, and 8 main unit ROM versions are the ones listed in the table or later versions. If not, it is necessary tochange the Li-7 main unit ROM.

    Table 4.1 Version Required for Li-7 to Connect with Printlink

    * ROM other than the ones indicated above (AFCONT, IFU17, IFU27) do not have to be changed.*1 Channels which are not connected to the diagnostic device via Printlink must also be changed. Furthermore, the 3rd channel (both

    internal and external) must be changed.*2 Only the channels connected to Printlink must be changed.*3 Upwardly compatible with V1.21. (An option must be added during start-up.)

    ROM TypeMAINTRN17MDL*1DIGIF*1

    MIU-Li7A Host I/F*2MIU-Li7 Host I/F*2

    Maintenance Software*3

    Version Required for Printlink ConnectionV1.30V1.30V1.30V1.31V1.02V1.00V1.30

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    4.1.1 Setting the controller(1) Setting the Li-7

    1. Disconnect the 1st jumper (JP1) in the controller of Li-7, then start up Li-7.2. Set the controller according to Table 4.2, then touch [Print] to secure the setting.3. Turn OFF the power, return the controller jumper to the original position, then turn the power ON again.4. After Li-7 is restarted, touch [Shift] + [Mode] to display the Setup Screen, and set according to Table 4.3.* Restarting the device is not required after the setting has been completed.

    KEYPAD SETUP

    GENERAL SETUP

    MODALITY SETUP

    HOST SETUP

    HOST TYPE SETUPKONICA SETUP1

    InitialENQ/ACK

    Change Film SizeMaximum smoothMaximum sorter

    BaudrateStop bitsData bits

    ParityBaudrateStop bitsData bits

    Parity

    SecurityDelay

    Li-7YesYes44

    960018

    Even9600

    18

    EvenMIU

    10

    SEARCH CONDITION

    SETUP

    RangeRotate

    MIXHost

    OnOnOnOn

    Table 4.3 Setup for Li-7 Controller

    Table 4.2 Setup for Li-7 Host Control

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    (2) Setting the Li-7A / 81. The maintenance setup screen can be displayed after the Li-7A/8 has been activated. (The Maintenance screen will appear

    by pressing the upper left and bottom left portions of the Setup screen simultaneously for over 1 second.)2. Set the controller according to Table 4.4. When the setting has been completed, touch [OK] located at the upper right por-

    tion of the screen to secure the setting, and allow you to use the controller under the new setting when the initial screenreappears. If there are still items that must be set, use the arrow key to switch the screen, and continue the setting. The set-ting will be secured by touching the arrow key.

    3. After setting each parameter, move to Setup Screen 2/2, and set the controller according to Table 4.5.

    Table 4.4 Setup for Li-7A/8 Host Control

    Table 4.5 Setup for Li-7A/8 Controller

    INSTALL SETUP

    HOST TYPE SETUPHOST SETUP

    MAXIMUM SORTERLOCAL SWITCH

    SLIDE

    SECURITYDELAY

    OPTIMIZE

    4OFFOFFMIU

    10

    OFF

    SETUP 2/2 HOST CONTROL ON

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    4.1.2 Setting the digital I/F and the main unit(1) Setting the digital I/F

    It is required to set the Li-7/7A/8 so that the digital I/F will receive all image data (size) output from Printlink. 1. Search for a modality which holds the maximum image size within the modalities input in Printlink. 2. Add enough memory so that the maximum image size found in Step 1 can be received.

    The following standards are used to judge whether the image size can be received by Li-7/7A/8. (Image size x Maximum number of frames that can be set) > Memory capacity installed in the I/FIf the actual situation fits the above formula, memory needs to be added. e.g.) When the memory capacity of Li-7/7A/8 digital I/F is 16MB: 1280 x 1024, 15 frames > 18.75MB is required > Memory must be added. 1024 x 1024, 15 frames > 15MB is required > Memory does not have to be added.

    (2) Changing the settings using the maintenance softwareVarious image data sizes can be received by the digital I/F by recognizing the image size from the header information of thedigital signal. 1. Start up the Li-7/7A/8 maintenance software, and display the I/F DATA screen. Set the "SIZE_MODE" of the channel con-

    necting Printlink to "VAR" (variable size mode), then send the setting to Li-7/7A/8.2. Send the modified data to Li-7/7A/8 to execute "DATA SET".

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    4.2 Setting the Li-21Confirm that the Li-21 main unit ROM version is the one listed in the table or later versions. If not, it is necessary to change the Li-21 main unit ROM.

    Table 4.6 Version Required for Li-21 to Connect with Printlink

    ROM TypeDevice (211)Print (212)File (214)

    Digital (219)*1Video (216) *1

    DMU Control Kit Li-21 (507) *2Software to Create Video File

    Software to Create Format FileInstallation Software

    Version Required to Connect with PrintlinkV6.0125V4.1116V5.1205V5.1116V5.1116V5.1109MKVF6MKFF12

    V1.9*1 Channels which are not connected to the diagnostic device via Printlink must also be changed.*2 Only the channels connected to Printlink must be changed.

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    4.2.1 Setting the controller(1) Setting

    1. Start up Li-21 by setting DIP switch 1 and 2 in the Li-21 controller to ON.2. Set the controller according to Table 4.7.3. Turn the power OFF temporarily, return the DIP switch to its original position, then turn the power ON again.4. After Li-7 is restarted, touch [Shift] + [Mode] to display the Setup Screen, and set the controller according to Table 4.8.

    * Restarting the device is not required after the setting has been completed.

    Table 4.7 Setup for Li-21 Host Control

    Table 4.8 Setup for Li-21 Controller

    KEYPAD SETUP

    GENERAL SETUP

    HOST TYPE SETUPMODALITY SETUP

    HOST SETUP 1

    HOST SETUP 2

    HOST SETUP 3

    Local SwitchErase Dir.

    MD timeoutSupply counter

    Change Film SizeChange supplyLut calibration

    Maximum smoothMaximum sorter

    BaudrateStop bitsData bits

    ParityError Logoff Fake

    Toggle RR after BKError Type

    Magazine error fatalVersion numberFilm size report

    SmoothMedium SmoothDen+Con+LUT

    Use AsyncError on Store

    Error Clear

    NOLastInitNOYesYesYes7

    No. of supply unitKonica9600

    18

    EvenNONOKCYes2.0Def77

    UseYesDefYes

    SEARCH CONDITION

    SETUP

    RangeRotate

    MIXHost

    OnOnOnOn

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    4.2.2 Setting the digital I/F and main unit(1) Setting the digital I/F

    Li-21 needs to be set so that the digital I/F will receive all image data (size) output from Printlink. 1. Search for a modality which holds the maximum image size within the modalities input in Printlink. 2. If the maximum image size in Step 1 is 2K x 2K or larger, change the setting so that it can receive that size.

    (Corresponding to special sizes.)If there is a 5M (2K x 2.5K) size image data input in Printlink, the setting needs to be changed.

    3. Turn ON the 7th switch of DIP Switch 2, and change the setting so that the digital I/F can receive various image data sizesby recognizing the image size from the header information of the digital signal.

    (2) Changing the setting using the maintenance softwareChange the set data so that the maximum image size in Step 1 in the above section can be received.1. Calculation: (Max. image size) (640 x 512)

    Round up the solution to the tenth. (e.g.) "2.31" is rounded up to "2.4".

    2. Start up MKFF12 to create a format file.Assuming that the solution in Step 1 is "4.0", start up MKFF12 as MKFF12/d4.0/1/f5 (return).

    d: "?" time(s) of the set memory size secured.Enter the solution in Step 1. Be sure to enter up to the tenth (e.g. 4.0) even for integers.

    1: This indicates Li-21.f: Film size.

    3. Create a format film by setting the H size, V size to 640, 512 respectively, and by setting the format to "0".4. Start up MKVF6 to create a video film.

    Start up MKVF6 as MKVF6 (return).Create a video file by entering "Digital:1", "h size:640", "v size:512", "h total:515 (h size+3)" and setting the store timeto 1 or above.

    5. With the Li-21 maintenance software, assign the disk capacity of the channels which are not being used with Li-21, as aresult of connecting Printlink, to the channels connected to Printlink.

    6. Start up the Li-21 maintenance software, and send the format file and video file set as above to the Li-21 main unit.

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    4.3 Setting the Li-10AUnlike Li-7, 7A, 8, Li-62P, and Li-21, Li-10A cannot receive the settings for the stamp and sorter from Printlink. Confirm that the Li-10A main unit ROM version is the one listed in the table or later versions. If not, it is necessary to change the Li-10A main unit ROM.

    Table 4.9 Version Required for Li-10A to Connect with Printlink

    * There is no need to change other ROM (device, print, file, video).*1 Only the channels connected to Printlink must be changed.

    Version Required for Printlink ConnectionV4.0512V4.0125MKVF6MKFF12

    V1.7

    ROM TypeDMU Control Kit Li-10A (digital) *1

    DMU Control Kit Li-10A (controller) *1Software to Create Video File

    Software to Create Format FileInstallation Software

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    4.3.1 Setting the controller(1) Setting

    1. Turn ON one of the DIP switches in the Li-10A controller and start up Li-10A.2. Set the controller according to Table 4.10.3. Turn OFF the power, return the Dip switch on the controller to its original position, then turn ON the power again.4. After start-up, touch [Shift] + [Mode] to display the Setup Screen, and set according to Table 4.11.

    * Restarting the device is not required after the setting has been completed.

    Table 4.10 Setup for Li-10A Host ControlKONICA SETUP 1

    HOST TYPE SETUPKEYPAD SETUP

    GENERAL SETUP

    MODALITY SETUP

    HOST SETUP

    SecurityUse async.

    Magazine error fatal

    InitialENQ/ACK

    Change Film SizeMaximum Smooth

    BaudrateStop bitsData bits

    ParityBaudrateStop bitsData bits

    Parity

    3YesYes

    KonicaLi-10A

    YesYes7

    960018

    Even9600

    18

    Even

    Table 4.11 Setup for Li-10A ControllerSEARCH CONDITION

    SETUP

    RangeRotate

    MIXHost

    1-64OnOnOn

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    4.3.2 Setting the digital I/F and main unit(1) Setting the digital I/F

    Li-10A needs to be set so that the digital I/F will receive all image data (size) output from Printlink. 1. Search for a modality which holds the maximum image size within the modalities input in Printlink. 2. If the maximum image size in Step 1 is 2K x 2K or larger, change the setting so that Li-10A can receive that size.

    (A special order can be placed.)If there is a 5M (2K x 2.5K) size image data input in Printlink, the setting needs to be changed.

    3. Turn ON the 7th switch of DIP Switch 2, and change the setting so that the digital I/F can receive various image data sizesby recognizing the image size from the header information of the digital signal.

    (2) Changing the setting using the maintenance softwareChange the set data so that the maximum image size in Step 1 in the above section can be received.1. Calculation: (Max. image size) (640 x 512)

    Round up the solution to the tenth. (e.g.) "2.31" is rounded up to "2.4".

    2. Start up MKFF12 to create a format file.Assuming that the solution in Step 1 is "4.0", start up MKFF12 as MKFF12/d4.0 (return).

    d: "?" time(s) of the set memory size secured.Enter the solution in Step 1. Be sure to enter up to the tenth (e.g. 4.0) even for integers.

    3. Create a format film by setting the H size, V size to 640, 512 respectively, and by setting the format to "0".4. Start up MKVF6 to create a video film.

    Start up MKVF6 as MKVF6 (return).Create a video file by entering "Digital:1", "h size:640", "v size:512", "h total:515 (h size+3)" and setting the store timeto 1 or above.

    5. With the Li-10A maintenance software, assign the disk capacity of the channels which are not being used with Li-10A, asa result of connecting Printlink, to the channels connected to Printlink.

    6. Start up the Li-10A maintenance software, and send the format file and video file set as above to the Li-10A main unit.

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    Version Required for Printlink ConnectionV2.10V1.05V1.06V1.05V1.20V1.04V1.05

    4.4 Setting the Li-62PConfirm that the Li-62P main unit ROM version is the one listed in the table or later versions. If not, it is necessary to change the mainunit ROM.

    ROM TypeMain

    Mechanical ControlPrint

    Film ProcessorD I/F IN

    Li-62P Host I/F KonicaMaintenance Software

    Table 4.12 Version Required for Li-62P to Connect with Printlink

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    INSTALL SETUP

    KEYPAD SETUP

    ADDITION SETUP

    HOST TYPE SETUPHOST SETUP

    MAXIMUM SMOOTHMAXIMUM SORTERMINIMUM SORTER

    END FRAME BUZZERLOCAL SW

    STORE DELAYH/V DISPLAY

    CONTINUE ERRSIGNAL

    INTERVAL TIME

    SECURITYDELAY

    741

    NOOFF

    0OFFOFF

    03PRINTLINK

    10

    4.4.1 Setting the controller(1) Setting

    1. After starting up Li-62P, display the maintenance setup screen. (The Maintenance screen will appear by pressing the upperleft and bottom left portions of the Setup screen simultaneously for over 1 second.)

    2. Set the controller according to Table 4.13. When the setting has been completed, touch [OK] located at the upper right por-tion of the screen to secure the setting, and allow you to use the controller under the new setting when the initial screenreappears. If there are still items that must be set, use the arrow key to switch the screen, and continue the setting. The set-ting will be secured by touching the arrow key.

    3. After setting each parameter, move to Setup Screen 2/3, and set the controller according to Table 4.14.

    Table 4.13 Setup for Li-62P Host Control

    SETUP 2/3 HOST CONTROL ON

    4.4.2 Setting the digital I/F Setting input bit length Setting by Li-62P installation software, changing internal cables. Setting Req to Req Digital I/F DIPSW7 off: 1/10s

    on:500s Image transfer timeout Digital I/F DIPSW5 off, DIPSW6 off: 60s

    DIPSW5 off, DIPSW6 on: 240s

    Table 4.14 Setup for Li-62P Controller

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    4.5 Setting the DRYPRO722The DRYPRO722 is an imager of the DICOM input.This section explains how to make the settings after the network is made and the IP address is obtained.

    4.5.1 Setting and installing the DRYPRO722(1) Setting the DRYPRO722

    a) Before installing the DRYPRO722, check its version, and always use the latest version.Upgrade the version by following the procedures described in the "Installation Manual" and "Service Manual" forDRYPRO722.

    b) It is not necessary to make the settings in the DRYPRO722 operation panel and the circuit boards in order to connect withthe Printlink.

    (2) Setting the address of the DRYPRO722a) You can check the address and net mask of the DRYPRO722 on the operation panel. From the Maintenance screen, touch

    the upper left portion of the screen twice to enter the Service screen. Touch [VERSION] on Screen 2/3, then touch thearrow key on the upper right corner of the screen to display the address and net mask of the DRYPRO722.

    b) Set the address of the Install PC in the same segment as the address above.For more detailed information on how to set the address, see Section 5.2 or later.Select [Server Connection] from the [File] menu in the installation software of the DRYPRO722, and enter the displayedIP address to connect the DRYPRO722.

    Fig. 4.1 Server Connection Dialog Box

    c) In order to display the current setting of the DRYPRO722, click [Set IP Address]. Enter the IP address and sub-net mask,default gateway determined in the previous section, and click [OK]. The settings will be transferred to the DRYPRO722,and they will take effect next time the DRYPRO722 starts up.

    Fig. 4.2 Set IP Address Dialog Box

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    (3) Setting the DRYPRO722 with the installation softwarea) Select [DryPro >> PC] from [File (F)] menu to read the setting of the DRYPRO722, and make the settings so that they are

    as shown in the system design example.b) For more detailed information on how to make the settings, see the "Installation manual" for the DRYPRO722.

    Please note the following:Note: In order to set the channel to Validity, select the file name, and choose MRICT that appears in the menu with

    right click of the mouse. Then, the default settings are set for the Printlink. (Select Regius when you con-nect the Regius directly to the DRYPRO722.)

    From this screen, set each parameter so that it meets the environment under the DRYPRO722 is used at each institution.

    Fig. 4.3 DryPro model 722 Installation Window

    Only one print service port can be set on the DRYPRO722 side. When you print, a maximum of 16 channels canbe used at the same time for the one print service port. Therefore, it is necessary to set the same Port No. on thePrintlink side that is connected to the DRYPRO722.

    c) Select [Save] from [File (F)] menu to save the settings in the PC, and transfer them to the DRYPRO722.The DRYPRO722 will automatically re-start up, and it will operate with the set parameters.

    The settings of the DRYPRO722 has been completed.

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    Printlink is a system that supports to multiple input modalities and output imagers. Set the entire system prior to initiatingthe installation of each input I/F.

    The following settings are required to set the entire system.1. Setting the network.2. Setting the Install PC3. Setting the IP address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway.

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    5.1 Setting the NetworkDesign the system configuration and make certain that all necessary equipment for setting the network is available. Furthermore, if thesystem is going to be complicated with an incorporation of a router, etc., leave such work to the person in charge.

    5.1.1 Selecting the cableFor Printlink, use the (UTP) twisted pair cable (category 5) or higher. Note: Check local requirements for Phlymim cables

    5.1.2 Selecting the hubs and switchesHubs and switches are required when the network is set up for the first time or when more than one device is going to be installed.Please note the following points in such cases.

    1. Capable of switching automatically between 10BASE-T and 100BASE-T100BASET is required when the transfer speed between Printlinks is considered. Since some devices can only support10BASET, ones that can switch automatically should be selected.

    2. Open ports for future usageIt is assumed that there will be more devices to connect to the network in the future. Therefore, a hub with more than the nec-essary number of ports at the time of purchase should be selected (including the Install / service PC - Laptop).

    3. Switching functionThe switching function provides many advantages. With this function, high-speed communication, reduction in network traf-fic, as well as reduction of hub restriction within one segment becomes capable. When purchasing a new hub, please select onewhich comes with a switching function.

    4. Stackable hubHubs can be increased without decreasing ports, as hubs can be connected without using a port.

    Please purchase a device which fulfills the conditions in Items 1 to 3 above. For Item 4, judge whether these conditions are necessaryper each facility.

    5.1.3 Items to note for cascade connections between hubsA cross cable is used for cascade connection using a normal port. However, a straight cable can be used if a cascade exclusive portexists. In such a case, connect one end of the cable to the cascade exclusive port, and the other end to a normal port. The exclusiveport for cascade acts as a cross converter. Be sure not to connect both ends to the cascade exclusive port.

    5.1.4 Items to note when connecting hubs that do not possess a switching functionThere are limitations when making cascade connections for hubs that do not have a switching function. Only four levels for 10BASE,and two levels for 100BASE can be connected within one segment. Please be careful when making a connection to a network insidethe hospital. Ask the hospital IS dept. for support in advance of configuring the Prinlink systems.

    5.1.5 WiringWiring must be performed at each facility.

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    5.2 Setting the Install PCThe following must be performed in advance to the Install PC. Installing a network card: 10BASE/100BASE-TX Installing a network protocol: TCP/IP Subnet mask: 255.255.240.0 Setting the IP address of the Install PC to 10.32.1.100.

    Fig. 5.4 Network Dialog Box(Windows98 English Version)

    Fig. 5.3 Network Dialog Box(Windows98 Japanese Version)

    Fig. 5.1 TCP/IP Property Dialog Box(Windows98 Japanese Version)

    Fig. 5.2 TCP/IP Property Dialog Box(Windows98 English Version)

    Windows log onUser name:itr Password:itr

    Setting log on to [Microsoft Network Client].

    [email protected] ConfiguationIP address:10.32.15.xwhere x is the last digit of s/nHost name:PLNKxxxx-TTwhere xxxx is the last 4 digits of s/n of box and TT is the type of box: IV, IN, ID, etc....the subnet mask is: 255.255.240.0

    [email protected] must login as the "itr"user on your laptop in order to communicate with the Printlink box properly. This is because of NT security on the Printlink box.

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    5.3 Setting the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Default Gateway5.3.1 Obtaining an IP addressConfirm with the hospital and obtain an IP address before connecting each Printlink to the network. The default IP address is set as10.32.15.x (x = last 1 digits of the serial number). Therefore, the IP address must be changed according to the local environmentbefore connections are made to the hospital network. The default Subnet Mask is 255.255.240.0 NOTE: If a device with a same IP address is connected to the network, an network error will occur and a connection will

    not be able to be made.

    Confirm the IP address of the Printlink Install PC with the network manager of the hospital.

    5.3.2 Setting the IP address, subnet mask, and default gatewayThe IP Address, subnet mask, and default gateway must be checked when making connections to the hospital network. (For a localnetwork only for Printlink, the default setting can be applied.) Confirm the settings for the Printlink network IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway with the hospital network manager. (In

    some cases, the network is managed by the manufacturer of the diagnostic device.)(1) Setting method

    There are 2 setting methods, with limitations according to the version.a) Setting with tools

    All versions can be set using tools.1. Turn OFF the power by pressing the Ready switch in the front panel until the status LED starts to blink, then con-

    nect the monitor, keyboard, and mouse.NOTE: The keyboard and mouse cannot be acknowledged when connections are made with the power ON.

    Furthermore, connecting peripheral devices with the power ON can damage the device, so be sureto turn OFF the power.

    Fig. 5.5 Rear Panel

    Cooling fan

    Host control output terminal

    Ethernet terminal

    Rubber support

    Production No.

    Digital input/output terminal, video input terminal* Changes according to the board.

    Printlink controller input terminal

    AC input terminalPower breaker switch

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    Fig 5.9 TCP/IP Property Dialog Box(WindowsNT English Version)

    Fig. 5.8 TCP/IP Property Dialog Box(WindowNT Japanese Version)

    Fig. 5.7 Network Dialog Box(WindowsNT English Version)

    Fig. 5.6 Network Dialog Box(WindowsNT Japanese Version)

    2. Turn the power ON.3. Click WindowsNT [Setting] and [Control Panel], then double-click [Network].4. Select protocol, then click [Properties].

    5. The screen shown in Figure 5.8 or 5.9 will appear.6. Set the [IP Address], [Subnet Mask], and [Default Gateway].7. Click [Apply] and [OK].8. The IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway has been set.

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    b) Setting with an installation softwarePrintlink main unit V1.04 or later versions and maintenance V1.04 or later versions can be set using the installationsoftware. Refer to Section 20. for upgrading to Printlink main unit V1.04.)Please confirm that Printlink and the install PC are connected to the network.

    1. Start up the installation software V1.04.2. Click [Server Connection (B)] in the [File] menu, then connect the install PC and Printlink.3. Click [Set IP Address/Work Buffer (F)] in the [File] menu, then open the [Set IP Address/Work Buffer] dialog box,

    set the [IP Address], [Subnet Mask], and [Default Gateway], and click [Set].

    Fig. 5.10 Set IP Address/Work Buffer Dialog Box

    4. The setting will be complete by restarting Printlink after shutting it down once.

    NOTE: The setting will be neglected on the Printlink side if [Subnet Mask] or [Default Gateway] is [0.0.0.0].NOTE: Only the [IP Address] can be changed by setting [Subnet Mask] and [Default Gateway] using instal-

    lation software V1.04 for Printlink V1.03 or earlier versions.

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    Fig. 5.11 Set Environment Data Dialog Box

    5.4 Setting the HD Remaining Space and Log Data ModeWhen 255 pages worth of input image cannot fit into the HD, this setting defines the remaining space. When the space goes below theset value, the oldest image will be deleted. The default value is 200MB, and if images per one frame exceeds 20MB, 300MB shouldbe selected.

    The log data mode setting enables Printlink to save its operational records in the log. There are two modes which are the standard logand the detail log.

    For standard log, set at Event Log.For detail log, set at Detail Log.

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  • 6. Using the Installation Software

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    6.1 Operating EnvironmentTable 6.1 Operating Environment

    CPUMemoryHDDCRTLAN BoardOS

    i486 or above32MB or above800MB640 x 480 dotsRequiredWindows95, 98, or Windows NT4.0

    6.2 ConnectionBy connecting Printlink and the maintenance PC through ISDN line via the ISDN router, the installation software enables remotemaintenance.The installation software has the following functions:

    Upgrading and downgrading Reading log data Reading the internal operation status Setting and reading the IF and network Setting LUT

    6.3 Startup and ExitStartup method: Double-click PLNKMTN.exe.Exit method: Click [Exit] under the [File (F)] menu in the menu bar or the close button.

    6.4 Functional Description

    Present status or description Present IP address or host in connection

    Fig. 6.1 Printlink Maintenance Window

    The following are the 5 menu items in the [Printlink Maintenance] window of the Printlink installation software. File (F) ... Operates Printlink environment file. (See Section 6.4.1.) Set (S) ... Sets Printlink. (See Section 6.4.2.) Watch (R) ... Monitors Printlink status. (See Section 6.4.3.) Tool (T) ... Starts up and exits Desktop Delivery tool. (See Section 6.4.4.) Help (H) ... Displays Printlink version information. (See Section 6.4.5.)

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    Designate a directory Display directoriesFig. 6.3 MAIN, SERVICE & DRIVER File Upgrade Dialog Box

    6.4.1 File (F)The following items are in the [File (F)] menu in the menu bar.

    Fig. 6.2 File (F) Menu in the Printlink Maintenance Window

    Open (O) ...Displays the [Open Data File] dialog box to open an existing Printlink environment file.

    Close (C)Closes a Printlink environment file without ending the application. When non-saved changes are contained, a dialog box con-firming whether or not to save the file will appear.

    Save (S)Saves a Printlink environment file under work in a designated location.

    Save As (A) ...Displays the [Save Data File] dialog box that indicates the location in which the Printlink environment file will be saved anda dialog box to input the file name.

    Main/Service Upgrade (G) ...Displays the [MAIN,SERVICE&DRIVER File Upgrade] dialog box (Fig. 6.3) to upgrade Printlink by designating a directo-ry of the new version file.

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    Designate an upgrade file(Full-pass designation)

    Present version

    Version 1 generation before

    Version 2 generations before

    Main Downgrade (D) ...Displays the [Exec.File Downgrade] dialog box to downgrade Printlink by selecting a version from the list box. (The versioncan be downgraded back two generations.)

    Fig. 6.4 Exec.File Downgrade Dialog Box

    Controller Upgrade (T) ...Displays the [Upgrade Controller] dialog box to upgrade the controller by designating the type and upgrade file. (Controllerand Network Controller are the two controller types.)

    Fig. 6.5 Upgrade Controller Dialog Box

    Read Version & Set Serial No (E) ...Displays the [Set Serial No.] dialog box to check the serial number and version.

    Fig. 6.6 Set Serial No. Dialog Box

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    Server Connection (B) ...Displays the [Change Server Connection] dialog box to set the IP address of the main Printlink unit that performs environmentsetting, upgrading/downgrading, and queue monitoring. After connection is made, this will be indicated on the status bar in the[Printlink Maintenance] window.

    Fig. 6.7 Change Server Connection Dialog Box

    Set IP Address/Work Buffer (F) ...Displays the [Set IP Address/Work Buffer] dialog box to set the work buffer size of Digital_IN, Digital_Out, Video_IN,Digital_Video_IN, and HG_Video_IN.

    Fig. 6.8 Set IP Address/Work Buffer Dialog Box

    Printlink -> PC (I) ...Sends the present environment file from Printlink to the maintenance PC.

    PC -> Printlink (P)Sends the set environment file from the maintenance PC to Printlink.

    Ocr Printlink -> PC (M)Sends the present mji file from Printlink to the maintenance PC.

    Ocr PC-> Printlink (N)Sends the set mji file from the maintenance PC to Printlink.

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    Read Log (L) ...Loads the designated Printlink log to the PC.

    Fig. 6.9 Output Event Log & Error Log Dialog Box

    Reboot (R)Restarts Printlink.NOTE: The IP address must be designated in advance.

    Exit (E)Closes Printlink Maintenance. If changed but not-saved files are contained, a dialog box confirming whether or not to save thefile will appear.

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    6.4.2 Set (S)The following items are in the [Set (S)] menu in the menu bar.

    Fig. 6.10 Set (S) Menu in the Printlink Maintenance Window

    (1) Channel (C) ...Displays the [Set Channel Data] dialog box (Fig. 6.11) and shows a list of channel setting information.

    Fig. 6.11 Set Channel Data Dialog Box

    Channel ... Displays the channel number. Channel/Printer Name ... Displays the set channel/printer name. Protocol ... Displays the set protocol. Stamp Message ... Displays the set stamp message. Imager ... Displays the set imager. CHANGE ... Displays the Change Channel Data dialog box.

    Refer to Section a) for details.

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    a) Change Channel Data Dialog Box

    Fig. 6.12 Change Channel Data Dialog Box

    Channel No. ... Displays the selected channel number. Channel/Printer Name ... Input the channel/printer name. Protocol Name ... Select one of the following protocols.

    Not Used Toshiba INVIDEO IN HSTP OUT(Li-1417)DIGITAL VIDEO IN DICOM PRINT INHG-VIDEO IN DICOM PRINT OUTDIGITAL IN DICOM STORAGE INDIGITAL OUT DICOM STORAGE OUT

    INPUT ... Setting is possible only when the protocol is of an input attribute.Stamp Message ... Set the default stamp message to the film.Convert LUT ... Enable/disable LUT conversion when inputting.OCR Study ... Enable/disable Study by character recognition.Image Size Check ... Perform a check when the input image size within one page differs. Rome -> KANA ... Japanese version onlyOCR Study Timeout ... Input the time for Study Timeout for character recognition. This is the waiting

    time for the next store during Study. Queue is registered by Timeout.OCR Default ID ... Input the default ID of the character recognition results.NAME ... Input the default Name of the character recognition results.Output OCR/DICOM Stamp ... Not used.

    OUTPUT ... Setting is possible only when the protocol is of an output attribute.Printer Name ... Input the printer name.Connect Imager ... Set the imager name of the connected device.

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    Stretch Base ... Select the image size.NoStretch : The image size is output without being changed.PageMax : The image size is adjusted to the largest size within one film.Install : The image size is adjusted to the size set in the input channel (same as

    the test pattern size).Stretch Mode ... Select the interpolation method.

    BiLinear :