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    • ENGLISH
    • 3Congratulations on your purchase of a Kodak dental systems. Thank you for yourconfidence in our products and we will do all in our power to ensure yourcomplete satisfaction.You now have the Installation Guide for the Kodak 8000 / Kodak 8000C digitalpanoramic and cephalometric unit. We recommend that you thoroughlyfamiliarize yourself with this Guide in order to make the most effective use of yoursystem.The information contained in this Manual may be subject to modificationwithout notice, justification or notification to the persons concerned.No part of this Guide may be reproduced without the express permission ofEastman Kodak Company. ENGLISHThe brand names and logos reproduced in this Guide are copyright.RVG RadioVisioGraphie, Digipan, Trophy, Trophy Radiologie and the TR logo are registered trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company. Microsoft, MS-DOS and Windows are trade marks or registeredtrade marks of the Microsoft Corporation. All other names or products referred to in this documentare only used for the purpose of identification and may be the trade marks or registered trade marksof their respective owners.The RVG technology is the subject of an international patent registered by Eastman KodakCompany.This document was originally written in French.Revision date: 10/2004The Kodak 8000 unit complies with Directive 93/42/CEE relating to medical device. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • 5Contents NOTES FOR THE USER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 RESPONSIBILITY AND WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 SECTION 1: DIMENSIONAL DIAGRAMS ENGLISH General arrangement views . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Overall height of the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Width and depth of the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Dimensions of the column and attaching parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Minimum/maxium height of the chin rest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Installation drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Standard installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Installation at an angle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Installing the cephalometric arm on the right side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Installing the cephalometric arm on the left side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Optional base plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 SECTION 2: PACKAGING Description of the components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Box # 1: Head Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Box # 2: Packaging for the Column Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Box # 3 (Optional): Cephalostat unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 SECTION 3: CHECKING THE PREMISES BEFORE INSTALLATION Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Compliance with standards: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Mechanical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Position of the unit in the room: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Minimum width of the door: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Minimum height of the ceiling: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Strength of the wall: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Load-bearing capacity of the floor: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Required electrical specifications: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Electrical power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 SECTION 4: INSTALLATION PROCEDURE Tools to be supplied by the installer: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Procedure for opening the cartons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Box # 1: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Box # 2: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Box # 3: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • 6 Mechanical and electrical installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Installing the wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Installing the computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Minimum configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Installing the data acquisition board in the computer . . . . . . . . 45 Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Step-by-step instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Installing / updating the software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Configuring the installation hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Post-installation checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Fitting the covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 SECTION 5:TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS General technical specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 International standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Electromagnetic compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Conforming to IEC Standards 601.2.7 and 601-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Characteristics of the X-ray radiogenic assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Conforming to IEC Standard 601.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Conforming to IEC Standard 601.2.28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Characteristics of the radiogenic unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 SECTION 6:ANNUAL MAINTENANCE Annual maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • Notes for the User 7Notes for the User X-rays are not innocuous and can be dangerous if not used properly. Therefore, the instructions and warnings contained in this Manual must be carefully followed. As a manufacturer of radiology units which conform to the most stringent radiological protection standards in force throughout the world, Eastman Kodak Company’s know-how guarantees the maximum degree of protection against radiation hazards. Nonetheless, you are handling a radiology unit which is specially designed to emit a dose of x-rays in order to carry out a medical diagnosis with the aid of a Eastman Kodak Company digital imaging system (exclusive patent). ENGLISH The room in which your radiology unit is to be installed must comply with all official regulations applicable to protection against radiation. Your dealer will be pleased to assist with the initial use of your radiology unit and will supply any relevant information you may require. The "WARNING" and "IONIZING RADIATION" symbols signify: "WARNING: IONIZING RADIATION". To install, operate and service the unit, follow the instructions contained in this Manual. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • 8 Warnings and safety instructions Warnings and safety instructions CAUTION Laser radiation. Do not stare into beam. Class 2 laser product Maximum output power: 1 mW, 650 nm IEC60825-1 :1993+A1 :1997+A2 :2001 This unit emits laser radiation. For maximum safety, advise the patient not to look at the beam. Before illuminating the beams, lower the Frankfurt plane beam to the lowest level. While making adjustments, ensure that the beam is not directed into the patient’s eyes. DANGER This is an electrical unit. Do not expose it to water spray. Such action may cause an electric shock or a malfunction of the unit. WARNING The user is responsible for the operation and maintenance of this unit. This unit must only be operated by legally qualified persons. The cover of the unit must not be opened by the operator. When necessary, inspection and maintenance operations should only be carried out by an approved Eastman Kodak Company technician. WARNING This unit must be installed in x-ray room which complies with current installation standards. From this location, visual or audio communication must be maintained with the patient, together with access to the control interface during exposure. WARNING The Kodak 8000 unit has been designed to comply with European and international medical standards. In order to ensure conformity, the PCI interface board must be installed in a computer configuration which conforms to IEC 950 Standard. The PC and the peripheral equipment connected to it must not be located in the immediate vicinity of the patient, thus at least 1.5 m from the panoramic unit. For details of the data processing system (PC and screen), refer to the installation manuals for your computer. Sufficient clear space must be left around the CPU in order to ensure that it is properly ventilated. In order to obtain maximum image quality and visual comfort, the screen should be positioned so as to avoid direct light reflections (internal or external lighting). WARNING Do not operate the unit if there is the threat of an earthquake. Following an earthquake, ensure that the unit is operating satisfactorily before using it again. Failure to observe this precaution may expose patients to hazards. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • Warnings and safety instructions 9WARNING X-ray equipment can be hazardous to patients and the operator if the exposuresafety factors and operating instructions are not observed.WARNING Do not place objects within the field of operation of the unit.WARNING Ensure that the patient and the operator are wearing aprons to protect themagainst X-rays.Ensure that any parts of the unit which may come into contact with the patient and the ENGLISHoperator have been disinfected after each patient has been exposed to X-rays.While adjusting the height of the unit, the operator must ensure that the patient is kept clearof the mechanism.When the unit is not in use, ensure that the ON/OFF switch is set to OFF (O).If the unit develops a fault, switch it off (O) and display a notice ‘Unserviceable’.WARNING To dispose of the unit and/or its components, contact our representatives or ourCompany.WARNING Do not rotate the arm unit by hand as this may damage the unit.WARNING The operator must ask the patient to refrain from moving during the entire periodof exposure.WARNING The operator must ask the patient to refrain from moving until the ARM UNIT hasstopped moving and throughout the RESET movement.WARNING Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anaestheticmixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • 10 Responsibility and Warranty Responsibility and Warranty Eastman Kodak Company guarantees for a period of two years starting from the invoice date of the product, that it does not contain any defects, in the materials used or at manufacturing level, and this only when used and maintained correctly. Only the damage affecting the products themselves will be taken into account, the client can in no case claim damage compensation if it does not purely concern the products themselves provided that this exclusion of responsibility does not infringe any legal measures. This warranty does not cover damages and faults due to accident, incorrect usage, improper use, negligence or wear and tear due to normal use. Eastman Kodak Company can therefore not be held liable for the consequences resulting from the non-application of the instructions contained in the installation and user manuals, namely bodily harm, profit loss, operational interruptions, data loss, loss of a financial nature or any direct or indirect damage. If, on the other hand, the product is proven to be faulty with regards to materials or manufacturing, the responsibility will lie with Eastman Kodak Company but will be limited to the repair of the aforementioned at its own facilities or, at the discretion of Eastman Kodak Company, of its replacement. Regardless of the solution chosen by Eastman Kodak Company, the client will need to return the faulty product at his own expense. It has clearly been established that except for the repair of the product where it will assume the cost of spare parts and labour, the Eastman Kodak Company will only take on the costs of return to the delivery address initially communicated by the client. Eastman Kodak Company will have the possibility to examine any presumed defect. Clients are not entitled to delay the payment of their bills, nor to any financial deductions by way of the products reputed to be faulty. Due to the continuous development of its products, Eastman Kodak Company reserves the right to amend at any time the manual and products mentioned therein, without justification or having to notify the people involved. Our products are guaranteed ex-works in their original packaging. Eastman Kodak Company cannot be held liable for damages resulting from transportation conditions. Consumable spares, software and accessories are excluded from the warranty. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 1 Dimensional diagrams 11SECTION 1DIMENSIONAL DIAGRAMSGeneral arrangement views CAUTION If the Kodak 8000 unit is planned to be upgraded with a digital cephalometric ENGLISH attachment, please refer to the depth dimension mentioned in italics on the diagrams. The fixing hole of the screw will indeed be farthest from the wall to allow the mounting of the cephalometric attachment. NOTE The standard version of the unit has an overall height of 2315 mm (91.25 inches). A unit with an overall height of 2200 mm (86.6 inches) is available by special order. Overall height of the unit SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 112 Dimentional diagrams Width and depth of the unit Dimensions of the column and attaching parts SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 1 Dimensional diagrams 13 Minimum/maximum height of the chin rest ENGLISHInstallation drawing Standard Installation A/ Access to the right of the unitNOTEThese installationdrawings show therecommendedconfigurations toallow optimal accessto the unit. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 114 Dimentional diagrams B/ Access to the left of the unit Installation at an angle A/ Access to the right of the unit SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 1 Dimensional diagrams 15B/ Access to the left of the unit ENGLISH SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 116 Dimentional diagrams Installing the cephalometric arm on the right side Warning The dimensions shown are the recommended dimensions for optimal installation and easy access to the unit for both maintenance and day-to-day use. These dimensions are valid for an optimized installation, i.e., one in which the arm is being installed in the same side as the access to the Kodak 8000 unit in place. For example, for a Kodak 8000 unit with right-hand access, we recommend that the cephalometric arm be installed on the right-hand side. All access to the unit can then be made on the same side, which will save space in the room. If you are installing the arm on a different side from that used to access the panoramic unit, more space will be required in the room. It will be the installer’s responsibility to ensure that the equipment is properly installed. NOTE Provide for adequate space to the rear of the cephalostat sensor to ensure easy access for maintenance purposes. NOTE The Kodak 8000C unit cannot be installed in a corner. A/ Overall height of the unit NOTE These installation drawings show the recommended configurations to allow optimal access to the unit. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 1 Dimensional diagrams 17B/ Width and depth of the unit ➠ ➠ ENGLISH ➠Installing the cephalometric arm on the left sideA/ Overall height of the unit SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 118 Dimentional diagrams B/ Width and depth of the unit ➠ ➠ ➠ Optional base plate A mounting base is available as an option for installation without drilling into the floor. This base plate can be used with the Kodak 8000 unit or the Kodak 8000C unit. For installation of a Kodak 8000 unit, wall mounting the unit is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED in addition to use of the base plate to ensure optimal stability. For installation of a Kodak 8000C unit, wall mounting is REQUIRED, even if the unit is mounted on a base plate as well. Dimensions: 900 x 600 Gross weight: 62 kg Net weight: 50 kg Reference: CG351 SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 1 Dimentional diagrams 19• Dimensions of the base plate of the Kodak 8000 unit ENGLISH• Overall height of the unit including the base plate SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 120 Dimentional diagrams • Dimensions of the column and attaching parts SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 2 Packaging 21SECTION 2PACKAGINGStandard packing Box # 1: Head assembly Box # 2: Column assembly ENGLISH Dimensions (cm) 71 (D) x 123 (L) x 125 (H) 35 (D) x 240 (L) x 47 (H) Weight 120 kg 80 kgCephalometric option Box # 3: Cephalostat unit Dimensions (cm) 90 (D) x 1640 (L) x 610 (H) Weight 80 kgDescription of the components Box # 1: Head Assembly The box contains various items: x Separate components y One box containing the technical accessories z One box of ‘Accessories’ SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 222 Packaging Separate components Product Code Description Quantity CG 333 Panoramic head assembly 1 HY 273 Upper column cover 1 LV 098 Handswitch 1 Mounting hook for HY 173 1 handswitch CG 329 Connection box 1 Extension for the connection CP 906 1 box Technical accessories Product Code Description Quantity CJ 648 PCI board 1 LO 096 Masking floppy disk 1 SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 2 Packaging 23 LO Software 1 150KDIS and drivers LO 073 Test report 1 Centering screen tool for ENGLISH OT 001 1 maintenance Ball phantom for technical OT 011 tests and for preventive and 1NOTEA 3-meter mains power corrective maintenancecord with a Europeanplug is also suppliedwith the unit. ZN 013 Alen keys 2 ZN 014 One box of “accessories” Product Code Description Quantity JR 265 Panoramic chin rest 1 (supplied fitted to the unit) JR 263 Chin rest for maxillary sinus 1 sinus maxillaires Nasal support for TMJ JR 264 1 program HY 048 Standard bite block 6 SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 224 Packaging Bite block for ‘edentulous HT 182 2 patients’ FC 020 Bite block support 2 Plastic hygienic protective BD 103 1 sleeves (box of 500 items) Box # 2: Packaging for the Column Assembly Product Code Description Quantity CG 298 Column assembly 1 CG 332 Wall mounting bracket 1 CG 492 Wall-bracket cover 1 SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 2 Packaging 25Box # 3 (Optional): Cephalostat unit Separate components Product Code Description Quantity / Cephalostat arm 1 ENGLISH / Cephalostat head 1 HY 306 Cover of the secondary arm 1 CG 382 + Ear rods 2 CG 383 Accessories Product Code Description Quantity CP 278 SUB-D9/25-pin adapter 1 Cephalometric masking / 1 floppy disk / Bag of screws 1 SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 3 Checking the premises before installation 27SECTION 3CHECKING THE PREMISESBEFORE INSTALLATIONStandards ENGLISH Compliance with standards: Check that the room in which the unit is to be installed complies with the electrical standards and the radiological protection standards in force in the country concerned.Mechanical Position of the unit in the room: Prior to placing the order and before installation, carefully check the position of the panoramic unit in the room. We recommend that the unit should be installed along a wall, but a minimum amount of space must be provided to allow easy access to the patient or by the maintenance technician. The wall bracket allows an optimal installation in a corner of the room. Minimum width of the door: The width of the door must be at least 80 cm (31.5”). Minimum height of the ceiling: The overall height of the unit is 230 cm (90.5”). We recommend that the minimum height of the ceiling should be 240 cm (94.5”). If space is at a premium, the height of the column can be adjusted at the factory if specifically requested on the order. Strength of the wall: The wall must be capable of withstanding an extraction force of 150 kPa at each point of attachment. Depending on the type of wall, it is the responsibility of the installer to choose a fixing system which is capable of withstanding an extraction force of 150 kPa applied to each fixing. Load-bearing capacity of the floor: The load-bearing capacity of the floor should be 500 kg/m2. The floor must be solid and flat. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 328 Checking premises before installation Electrical Required electrical specifications: Nominal voltage* Maximum line Minimum Maximum (no load) current 110 V 99 V 143 V 20 A 130 V 99 V 143 V 20 A 230 V 207 V 264 V 10 A 240 V 207 V 264 V 10 A * The units are supplied for operation at either 110 / 130 V 60 Hz or 230 / 240 V 50 Hz or 230 / 240 V 60 Hz. The frequency and the operating voltage cannot be modified on site. They must be selected when the order is placed. CAUTION The power supply line must be equipped with a connection box that ensures a constant connection. It should not be possible to connect the unit to the power supply without using a tool, and the unit must be protected against any accidental disconnection. CAUTION If other units are installed on the same line, interference and voltage fluctuations may cause the radiological unit to operate abnormally. We strongly recommend that a separate electrical line should be dedicated to supply power to the Kodak 8000 unit. This line should be protected by a circuit breaker with a maximum current of: - 16 A at 230 / 240 V - 20 A at 110 / 130 V and a differential of 30 mA. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 3 Checking the premises before installation 29Electrical power supplyEvery radiological unit must be connected to a reliable electrical power supply with astandardized grounding connection.A single-phase alternating current power supply is required and the characteristics of theelectrical installation should be as follows: Supply voltage 230V / 240 V 230V / 240 V 110 / 130 V Frequency 50 Hz 60 Hz 60 Hz Electrical supply 6 kW 6 kW 6 kW ENGLISH Line current required 16 A 16 A 20A Cable cross-section For 30 m: For 30 m: For 10 m: according to length 2.5 mm2 2.5 mm2 2.5 mm2 Max. line impedance 0.5 Ω 0.5 Ω 0.12 Ω Differential circuit breaker 30 mA 30 mA 30 mA Maximum current to trip 16 A 16 A 20 A circuit breaker Characteristics of 250V 250V 250V emergency switch 3 A UL listed 3 A UL listed 6 A UL listed Characteristics of the 60 W 60 W 60 W warning lamps Contactor 16 A UL listed 16 A UL listed 20 A UL listed- The power supply line must be protected by a differential circuit breaker which trips at maximum current (refer to the characteristics above). - Two emergency switchs shall be installed in order to simultaneously isolate the current to the active conductors of the radiological installation via a conductor to the exclusion of any electrical equipment (refer to the characteristics above). These emergency switch shall be located near the control panel and near the radiological unit so that operator or patient can quickly cut the power supply if necessary. The device shall have an actuator colored red,and shall maintain the equipment in the off (open) condition until a deliberate action, different from that used to actuate it, is performed. Use the devices below: Emergency switch - manufacturer : Cutler-Hammer - ref: E22AT111 or E22AT112 Contactor - manufacturer : Telemecanique - ref: LC1 D4011 F6 (110/130 V - 60 Hz) P5 (230/240 V - 50 Hz) U6 (230/240 V - 60 Hz) If you can not use the devices, you shall use an equivalent Emergency switch and contactor UL listed with the same characteristics. For additional information, please refer to UL 2601.1 clause 22.7. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 330 Checking premises before installation - A red warning lamp must be fitted near the switch to indicate that the unit is live.It should be installed outside the point of access to the radiological room (one lamp should be fitted at each point of access). - A yellow warning lamp may be connected to the unit, it lights up during “ready” state and during X-ray transmission. - A door safety switch may be connected to the unit. This safety switch should trip if the door remains open, thus deactivating the handswitch. - The handswitch may be installed at a distance of up to 10 meters from the unit. Mains distribution board 110 /130 V 230 / 240 V 60 Hz 50 / 60 Hz Maximum current differential circuit breaker Idiff = 30 mA Idiff = 30 mA Imax = 20 A Imax = 16 A Contactor 20 A 16 A Emergency stop button Near the switch button Emergency stop button Near the unit Red POWER ON lamp Power supply socket 20 A socket 16 A socket SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 31SECTION 4INSTALLATION PROCEDURE Tools to be supplied by the installer: - Power drillNOTE - Screws and boltsAll screw fittings ENGLISHhave metric threads. - Wall plug - Spirit level - Tape rule - Metric Allen keys - A 22-mm wrenchProcedure for opening the boxes Box # 1: 1. Remove the upper cardboard from the packaging (a) and lift off the packaging carton (b). (a) (b) 2. Release the upper cover (c) with the aid of the two screws. Remove the cover. Unscrew the protection from the patient handle (d). (c) (d) SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 432 Installation procedure 3. Release the cover of the sliding unit (e) with the aid of the 2 screws. Remove it by turning it so as to avoid damage to the temple support arms (f ). (f) (e) 4. Release the 4 screws (g) securing the metal transport frame to the pallet. Place the transport trolley (with the panoramic head) at the side of the pallet. This may allow the head to be transported upstairs while ensuring that it is protected. WARNING Do not use the patient handle (1) to manoeuvre the unit. Grip only the upper part of the tubes (2). (2) (g) (1) Box # 2: 1. Open the carton from the side. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 332. Remove the column from its box, using 2 persons - one at each end of the column. ENGLISHPlace the column on the floor. You can now proceed with the installation of thewall bracket. Wire the electrical connection board.Box # 3:1. Remove the upper cover from the packaging.2. Remove the Accessories box and the various covers.3. Remove the exterior carton from the top.4. Remove the cephalometric unit with its base.5. Retrieve the cephalometric arm. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 434 Installation procedure Mechanical and electrical installation 1. While the column is still on the floor, in a horizontal position, fit the wall mounting bracket, without tightening the screws. Choose the second fixing hole, farthest from the wall. CAUTION If the unit is to receive the cephalometric upgrade, EITHER NOW OR AT A LATER DATE, choose the mounting hole furthest from the wall. 2. Install the wiring in the base of the column, in accordance with the CAUTION instructions specified above (refer to the diagram on the next page). Do not connect the unit to the mains supply at this stage of the 2.1 Connect the power cord to the unit. installation procedure. The unit must have a continuous power supply. It should not be possible to connect the unit to the power supply without using a tool, and the unit must be protected against any accidental disconnection. Depending on the standards in force in your country, it is recommended that the following functions should be provided: NOTE • Safety lighting For remote control of the X-rays, install a 12 mm Connect the "X-ray emissions" safety lamp (max. 60 W). diameter conduit with pull-in This lamp illuminates when the unit is emitting X-rays. tape (or cable guide) between the base of the unit and the location of • Door safety switch: the X-ray shutter release; If this function is used, remove the strap (A) which is installed on the The same applies to the unit as the default configuration. door safety switch contact Wire in a ‘Door safety’ dry contact and the ‘X-ray emissions’ safety lamp. (characteristics of the contact: 250 V min., 0.5 A min.). This contact should be closed when the X-ray protection facilities are in place; otherwise it should be open. If the contact is open, the x-ray handswitch release is disabled. 2.2 Install the X-ray handswitch release cables directly into the base of the column or use the extension kit supplied with the unit. 2.3 The procedure for wiring the RS232 link to the Com 1 or Com 2 port on the PC is described in the Section "Installing the PCI acquisition board in the computer". CAUTION Modifications of the RS 232 and RS 422 cables are under the responsibility of the Kodak dental systems certified dealer. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 35 2.4 The procedure for wiring the RS422 link for the digital acquisition system to the PCI data acquisition board supplied with the unit is described in the Section "Installing the data acquisition board in the computer". ENGLISHPower cord Safety Door safety X-ray SUB-D SUB-D lamp contact handswitch 9-pin 9-pin 60 W (max) 0.5A female male or strap + extension kit To COM 1 To PCI or COM 2 acquisition on the PC board Do not position the cover on the base of the column. CAUTION – OPTIONAL BASE PLATE If a mounting base is to be used, it should be installed at this stage. However, mounting the column on the wall is STRONGLY recommended in order to ensure OPTIMUM STABILITY and to insulate the unit from vibration. CAUTION If the unit is aimed at receiving a cephalometric attachment, fixing the column to the wall is IMPERATIVE. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 436 Installation procedure 3. Place the column in a vertical position, taking care not to trap any cables between the column and the floor. Hold the mounting bracket against the wall at the top of the column and mark the position of the fixing holes. Move the column to one side as you drill the holes. Insert the wall plugs. Then place the column in position and attach the mounting bracket to the wall. Check that the colomn is properly aligned in both directions. (h) 4. Mark the position of the 3 fixing holes at the base of the column and move the column to one side while you drill the holes. To do this, slacken the rotation screw on the wall mounting bracket. Insert the plugs and tighten. Check again that the column is vertical, then screw the mounting bracket securely to the wall. 5. Unscrew the panoramic head from its transport trolley (i). Grasp the unit on each side by the handle (j) and the plate (k). Locate the panoramic head on the column by positioning it on the hook of the sliding unit (l). Fit the 2 upper screws but do not tighten them. WARNING Do not use the patient handle to manoeuvre the unit. Grip only the upper part of the tubes (j). (i) (k) (j) (l) SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 37CAUTION 6. Then release the arm unit by withdrawing the transit locking screw (m)This locking screw which passes through the CJ 653 board. Attach the screw to the chassis, somust be used that it can be quickly retrieved if the unit is dismantled at a later date.whenever the unitis transported ormoved. If the armunit is not immobilisedwith the locking screw,the unit may sufferserious damage (m) ENGLISH 7. Rotate the arm unit by hand. You can now locate the 2 screws at the base and then tighten them. 8. Tighten the 4 screws of the head assembly, while relieving the weight of the head at the front to facilitate tightening. Position the cover of the sliding unit (n). Attach the switch to this cover. (n) The other covers are installed at a later stage, after checking the settings of the unit. You can now install the wiring connections. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 438 Installation procedure Installing the optional cephalostat Installing the optional cephalostat Install the arm on the sliding unit on the rear of the column and insert the 6 hexagon socket cap screws with the washers. NOTE If the arm cannot be mounted on the six pins, enlarge the mounting holes in the cephalostat arm. A tighter hold will make any adjustments faster. NOTE Bring the cables out through the top of the arm. Installing the cephalostat head ATTENTION The cables are inside the elbow tube. Be careful not to damage them when installing the cephalostat head. TIP: Screw in the height adjusting screw as tightly as possible. Use adhesive tape to bind together the cables that emerge from the tube, and slide them into the interior. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 391. Place the cephalostat head onto the elbow tube so that the tube protrudes by 40 mm. 40 mm ENGLISH2. Use a spirit level to verify that the assembly is horizontal and make adjustments if necessary. Tighten the four Phillips head screws. WARNING Pay careful attention to the electronics components.3. Use a spirit level to verify that the assembly is vertical. If necessary, adjust the screws on each side of the collars on the primary arm.4. Put the head clamp in a lateral position. Attach the head clamp arms. CAUTION The two arms are different. Be careful to mount the arm with the ball on the cephalostat receiver side and the arm with the washer on the generator side. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 440 Installation procedure 5. Make an initial adjustment to the height of the cephalostat unit by rotating the adjusting ring on the top of the upper collar. Measure the distances between the floor and the middle of the primary collimator and between the floor and the center of the balls on the head clamp. If these heights are not the same, re-adjust the cephalostat height using the adjusting ring. 6. Pass the cables through the elbow tube and: a) Connect cable # 44 to the LAMBDA power supply and add a ferrite. b) Connect cable # 46 to J6 (CJ 697) and add a ferrite. c) Connect cable # 48 to J2 (CJ 697) and add a ferrite. (b) (c) (a) 7. Remove the red transport collar from the cephalostat. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 41Installing the wiring General connectionsCAUTIONEnsure that the unit isswitched off and disconnectedfrom the power supply. ENGLISH Cable # 23 to J 9 of the CJ 653 board ENGLISH (O) (P) (Q) (R) Cable # 36 on J5 of the CJ 699 board (O) Blue cable (Q) and Cable # 37 on J8 of the brown cord (R) to the CJ 699 board (P) mains input terminals. Their position is dependent on the wiring for the filter output. + yellow cord (Ground) to the screw at the side of the filter CAUTION Never connect one of the Digital sensor to PC mains wires to the central connection terminal of the filter ground SUB-D9-pin male and female Cable # 10 to J 15 Cable # 12 to J 18 of the CJ 664 board of the CJ 664 board SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 442 Installation procedure Additional connections for the optional cephalostat CAUTION This connection should only be made when installing a Kodak 8000 unit with cephalostat. CAUTION Ensure that the unit is switched Cable # 39/40 to J9 off and disconnected on the CJ 699 board from the power supply. Cable # 44 to J12 on the CJ 699 board CAUTION The CJ 664 board must have EPROMs that are Version 2.02 or later. Use care during installation. CAUTION Attach the cable near the J20 so as to minimize sporadic breakdowns. Digital sensor to PC connection SUB-D9-pin male and female Cordon # 46 sur J 20 EPROMS de la carte CJ 664 (V. 2. xx) (v. 4)* Cable # 38 to J17 Cable # 11 to J16 on the CJ 664 board on the CJ 664 board CAUTION* If your CJ 664 is earlier than Version 4, connect the CJ 715 adapter circuit to J3 and connect cable # 46 as well as the cable that was at J3. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 43Installing the computer Environment For details of the computer system (PC and screen), refer to the installation manuals of your microcomputer. Sufficient clear space must be left around the CPU to ensure that it is properly ventilated. In order to obtain maximum image quality and visual comfort, the screen should be positioned so as to avoid direct light reflections (internal or external lighting). The imaging system must be inspected and checked in accordance with the standards currently in force. ENGLISH The Kodak 8000 unit has been designed to comply with European and international medical standards, therefore the computer configuration should comply with IEC Standard 950. The PC and the peripheral equipment connected to it must not be located in the immediate vicinity of the patient, thus at least 1.5 m from the panoramic unit. Check that the electrical system complies with the standards currently in force in the country of installation: in France this is Standard NFC 15-100. Minimum configuration CAUTION The Kodak dental imaging software MUST be installed on a PC with at least 256 MB of RAM. It is therefore COMPULSORY to check the PC configurations and, if necessary, to proceed to the update of the computer. Microprocessor Pentium III or equivalent Standards IEC 950 Hard disk 40 GB Graphics card Resolution 1024 x 768 - 24 bits RAM (Random Access Memory) 256 MB Operating system Windows 2000 and XP Type of PC Multimedia Available hardware slots One PCI slot + One RS 232 serial communication port Drivers CD-ROM + floppy disk Data backup system High capacity magnetic medium SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 444 Installation procedure X ray switch PC ( IEC 950 ) (not supplied) X ray safety light RS 232 port (not supplied) (COM 1 / 2) X ray safety switch RS 422 port (not supplied) (PCI board) Mains cable SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 45Installing the PCI acquisition board in the computer DescriptionCAUTION The Windows 2000 and Windows XP operating systems are supported. Access inBefore carrying out any administrator mode is required in order to properly configure and finalize thetechnical work on thecomputer, ensure that it is installation procedure.switched off anddisconnected fromthe mains power supply. Step-by-step instructions 1. Install the PCI board (CJ 648 v.6) in an unoccupied slot. ENGLISHCAUTIONThe board must be installedby an approved Kodak dentalsystems technician. 2. Connect the RS 232 cable (COM 1 or 2) and the RS 422 cable. CAUTION When using a Kodak 8000C unit, connect the RS 422 cable to the 25-pin connector using an adapter. 3. Boot the PC. Wait while Windows detects the presence of a new board. CAUTION At this stage of the installation, the CD-ROM should not be in the drive. 4. Cancel the installation of the board and proceed directly with installation of the software, so that the drivers will be installed automatically. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 446 Installation procedure Installing / updating the software Launching the installation program ATTENTION Once you finish installing the components, you must install the Kodak dental The Kodak 8000C unit imaging software (v. 6). is compatible only with Version 6.0x or later of the Kodak dental imaging 1. Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. software. 2. Wait for the installation program to start. If the program does not start automatically, click on the Start button, then select Run and enter D:setup.exe on the command line (if D is the letter for the CD-ROM drive; this letter may be different on your computer). 3. Choose the installation language for the Kodak dental imaging software. 4. Accept the License Agreements. 5. Select “PANO” to specify the hardware for which the software will be installed. CAUTION Do not forget to select “PANO.” NOTE When the Kodak dental imaging software is being installed for the first time, the option “Patient File” is also available. Select this option. 6. Click on Next to begin installation of the software. 7. Follow the instructions and click on OK each time until the installation is complete. NOTE When you see the window that says “Choose your installation operation” choose the default selection “Initial installation”. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 478. Select your panoramic unit: Kodak 8000 or Kodak 8000C. ENGLISH9. A new configuration window is displayed. Choose : a) The operating language of the Kodak 8000 graphic interface. Specifically, this selection will determine the language used for the voice assistance. b) The number of the serial port on the PC to which the panoramic unit is connected. c) Optionally: activation of vocal mode (voice assistance). This option can be modified while the software is in use. (a) (b) (c) (d)CAUTION The Demonstration mode (d) is intended solely for commercial use. Activationof this mode disables any communication with the unit and, as a result, prevents imageacquisition.Do not activate this mode for an on-site installation of the Kodak 8000C unit. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 448 Installation procedure 10. When you see the window that asks you to install the masks, follow the instructions. CAUTION The masking files can be found on the floppy disks (pano.msk and cephalo.msk). Be sure to insert the proper disk in the drive. 11. Complete the installation and restart your computer. The installation of the unit is now complete. For more information, refer to the Kodak 8000C unit and the Kodak dental imaging software user guides. A detailed online Help function is also available at any time from the Kodak dental imaging software. NOTE If you wish to add Kodak dental systems equipment at a later date, simply restart the Kodak dental imaging software installation program, select “Modify” in the screen that appears and choose the appropriate option(s) from the menu. The drivers for your new equipment will then be installed. For additional information, refer to the user guides for your Kodak dental systems equipment. NOTE In order to use the software in a network, the software must be installed on every workstation. The database path must be specified in the patient file. Enter the network path in the “Options” menu under “Preferences” , “Patient file”. For example: //Server_name/database_path/. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 49LicenseAfter installation of the Kodak dental imaging software you have 30 days toregister the software. You can use the software with all its functionality for aperiod of 30 days. Once this delay has elapsed you will not be able to acquire anynew images, the visualization and manipulation of images however will still bepossible.To enter the license number and obtain an activation key, you need to:Launch the software, select a patient at random and launch the imaging module.In the imaging module, select the ? menu and click on License… The windowbelow will open, allowing you to enter the necessary information for the activation ENGLISHof your software.The serial number of your software is automatically inserted in the form, as well asthe version of the software. You can also find the serial number on your CD-Rom.The installation key is automatically generated based on your serial number and thecomputer you install the software on.Please complete all the fields of the form!NOTE You can install the software on a maximum of 5 different computers using thesame serial number. Each computer will generate its own installation key that you need totransmit to the Kodak licensing department. To install additional computers (beyond 5) youwill have to order a license upgrade CD-Rom, each upgrade will allow you to install up to5 additional computers. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 450 Installation procedure NOTE When upgrading or re-installing your software you will need to activate the licenses again and request new license numbers for those computer(s). To transmit the information you can select between transmission through the Internet or by post/fax. You will quickly receive the license number by email, fax or post, which you need to enter in the field marked by an arrow above to completely activate your software. If you select Send by Internet an email will be created containing the data you have entered. You only need to send the email to: sales@trophy-uk.com (for the UK) or license@trophy-imaging.com (international) If you select Send by post a form containing the data you have entered will automatically be printed on the default printer defined in Windows. This will allow you to: - either send the form by post to: Trophy Radiology UK LTD One Rochester Court Medway city estate - Rochester Kent ME2 4NW United Kingdom or Trophy Radiologie License service 4 rue F. Pelloutier Croissy-Beaubourg 77437 Marne la Vallée Cedex 2 France - either fax the form to +44 634 73 12 55 (for the UK) or + 33 1 64 80 84 99 (international) For all questions related to the activation and license of your software, you can contact your Kodak certified dealer. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 51Configuring the installation hardware(for Kodak 8000C unit only) 1. Start the Kodak dental imaging software. 2. Start the Kodak 8000C unit in technician mode. 3. Select the “New panoramic image” icon. ENGLISH 4. Click on the “Information” icon, then “Manufacturing parameters”. 5. Select the type of cephalostat installed (right-hand or left-hand arm). - For a cephalometric arm installed on the right side of the unit, select “Cephalostat on the right-hand side”: - For a cephalometric arm installed on the left side of the unit, select “Cephalostat on the left-hand side”: 6. Save and exit. 7. Exit the interface. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 452 Installation procedure Post-installation checks Aligning the panoramic sensor WARNING The technician must comply with the standards currently in force while installing and using the radiology unit. Whenever necessary, he must use a shield or wear a lead-lined apron. The unit must be switched off before the covers are removed. Any work which has to be carried out on the unit while it is switched on and while the covers are removed must be undertaken by an approved Kodak dental systems technician. Unqualified persons must not approach the unit. 1. Acquire an image using the ball phantom supplied with the unit. Remove the biteblock. Position the ball phantom and check that the graduated scale on the chin rest is set to the "0" position. 2. Check that the sagittal-median and canine lasers intersect perpendicularly on the central ball of the ball phantom. Check that the laser of the Frankfurt plane is perpendicular to the centerline of the digital sensor. If the lasers are not correctly aligned, refer to the Service Manual. 3. Acquire a panoramic image at 60 kV, 2 mA. 4. On the image (refer to the diagram below), check: - the size of the balls - the circularity of the balls. The circularity of the central ball is the most important feature to be checked. = OK = NO ! = NO ! SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 53 - the right / left symmetry. ENGLISH5. If the results of the checks on the negative are satisfactory, the unit is ready for use and the installation is complete. If the results of any of these checks are unsatisfactory, refer to the Service Manual in order to identify the causes of any problems.Aligning the cephalometric sensor and covering thefixed collimator1. Use a spirit level to verify that the receiver unit is properly horizontal and vertical and make adjustments if necessary.2. Select the “Cephalostat acquisition” mode. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 454 Installation procedure 3. From the “Information” menu, under “Calibration”, choose “Acquisition without security”. 4. Set the Kodak 8000 unit to cephalostat mode, remove the collimation power supply from the X-ray field, attach the hood and the head clamp in lateral position and tighten the arms to about the halfway position. 4. Prepare an image using the following constants: 60 kV, 4 mA, 0.5 second. 6. On the image, verify that the two balls are concentric. The distances A and A’ must be identical, with a tolerance of ± 0.5 mm. A A’ OK NO! 7. Adjust the receiver unit so that the two balls are aligned. - Horizontal adjustment: Slightly adjust the angle of the elbow tube with respect to the primary arm so that the ball is in the center of the ring (b). - Vertical adjustment: Slightly adjust the angle at which the hood is inclined with respect to the connecting arm so that the ball is in the center of the ring (c). (c) (b) SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 558. Check the position of the balls in a lateral image. Using the cephalostat measuring tool, verify that the tools are 30 mm ± 5 mm from the nearest edge. ENGLISH9. Check the field covered (by the fixed collimator). On the resulting radiograph, verify that the fixed collimator cannot be seen in the image. Repeat the process with a symmetric image. If a white edge appears, move the hood assembly along the horizontal tube and re-adjust the balls.10. Set your collimator to “Lateral ceph”.11. Switch on the Frankfort laser beam.12. Place the cephalostat’s ear posts in the lateral position.13. Verify that the beam is centered on the ear post’s ball. If it is not properly centered, adjust the beam on the generator. - Vertical position: Loosen the adjusting screw and adjust the mirror in order to center the beam on the ball. Tighten the screw. - Horizontal position: Loosen the screw that holds the laser support assembly in place. Adjust the position using the adjusting screw that acts on the screw opposite the assembly attachment. - Focus: Remove the laser tube from its base and rotate the lens until the beam is sharply defined. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 456 Installation procedure Adjusting the collimators (lateral and front) 1. For each image, choose the appropriate position. 2. Prepare an image using the following constants: 60 kV, 4 mA, 0.5 second. 3. Check the collimator and adjust the setting to ensure that there is a white area (a gradually lighter shade) on all sides of the image. WARNING As lead is a soft metal, avoid squeezing it when making any tightening adjustments. Adjusting the arm 1. Select the “New ceph image” mode. 2. From the “Information” menu, under “Calibration”, choose “Acquisition without security”. 3. In the “Arm calibration” window, enter a value for the “Arm centering offset in cephalometric mode” of between -10 and 10, such that the locking rod is properly in place opposite the stop piece when positioning in Cephalo mode. Press the stand positioning button to rotate. Once the proper value has been determined, save and exit. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 57Fitting the covers Mounting the standard covers You can now install the last of the covers. 1. Fit the upper cover to the panoramic unit. ENGLISH 2. Install the rear panel to the sliding unit while rotating the column. (for the Kodak 8000 unit only) 3. Position the upper cover on the column. 4. Position the cover on the wall-bracket. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 458 Installation procedure 5. Install the cover of the electrical junction box. CAUTION When installing a Kodak 8000C unit, mount any additional covers before powering up the unit (see below). 6. Check that all the screws in the wall and floor have been tightened. 7. Connect the power supply to the panoramic unit. Mounting additional covers on the optional cephalostat 1. Install the secondary arm’s rear panel. 2. Mount the front cover to the cephalostat. 3. Mount the rear cover to the cephalostat. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 4 Installation procedure 594. Position the carbon plate on the cephalometric sensor’s front panel. CAUTION The plate must be positioned in the proper direction. Always verify that the logo is on the interior side closest to the arm. Positioning the plate with a Positioning the plate with a left-side arm right-side arm ENGLISH5. Check that all the screws in the wall and floor have been tightened.6. Connect the power supply to the panoramic unit. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 5 Technical specifications 61SECTION 5TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONSGeneral technical specifications Digital Panoramic and cephalometric Product identification RadiologyUnit, controlled from ENGLISH a PC interface. Face-to-face positioning Digital sensor Pano: Sensor CCD + optical fiber sensor Ceph: CCD sensor Dimensions of the matrix Pano : 2 500 x 1 244 pixels Ceph : 1840 x 1360 pixels Gray scales 4,096 – 12 bits Image field Pano: 5 x 126 mm Ceph: 196 x 260 mm High tension generator 140 kHz (max.) 60 - 90 kV 2 – 15 mA or Line voltage 230-240 V / 50 Hz , 230-240 V / 60 Hz 110 - 130 V / 60 Hz Focal spot of tube 0.5 mm (IEC 336) Total filtration > 2.5 mm eq. Al Anode voltage 90 kV max. Cathode current 15 mA max. Imaging procedures Panoramic Segmented panoramic Maxillary sinus Lateral TMJ, 2 sections Lateral TMJ, 4 sections Lateral cephalometric image AP / PA cephalometric image Oblique cephalometric image Submento-vertex image Carpus image Period of exposure Adult panoramic: 13.9 sec. Pediatric panoramic: 13.2 sec. Maxillary sinus: 10.7 sec. Lateral TMJ, 2 sections: 4.6 sec. Lateral TMJ, 4 sections: 9.2 sec. Cephalometric images: 0.1-3.2 sec. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 562 Technical specifications Exposure mode 2 programs (adult and child) 3 sizes (adjustable by the user) Magnification Pano: 1.27 Ceph: 1.15 Required space Kodak 8000: 1500 (L) x 1950 (D) x 2400 (H) mm* Kodak 8000C: 2800 (L) x 1950 (D) x 2400 (H) mm* Weight Kodak 8000: 120 kg Kodak 8000C: 145 kg * A unit with short column is available by special order. International standards Electromagnetic compatibility With regard to EMC, this product complies with European Directive 89/336/ CEE. This product complies with European Standard EN 60601-1-2. Its classification is Group I, Class B. Conforming to IEC Standards 601.2.7 and 601-1 MODEL: The Kodak 8000 unit radiographic dental diagnostic unit, IEC 601.2.7, Class 1, Type B, Intermittent Operation, with protection against X-rays complying with IEC 601.1.3 AMBIENT OPERATING CONDITIONS Temperatures 5 ~35 °C Relative humidity 30 ~ 85% Atmospheric pressure 700 ~ 1060 hpa STORAGE CONDITIONS Temperature -10 ~ 60 °C Relative humidity 10 ~ 95% Atmospheric pressure 700 ~ 1060 hpa TRANSPORT CONDITIONS Temperature -10 ~ 60 °C Relative humidity 10 ~ 95% Atmospheric pressure 700 ~ 1060 hpa SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 5 Technical specifications 63Type of electrical power supply: 230 - 240 V 110 -130 V 50/60 Hz, single-phase 60 Hz, single-phaseAcceptable fluctuation ± 10% ± 10%Apparent resistance of the power supply circuit 0.5 Ω (max.) 0.12 Ω (max.)Permanent absorbed current 0.45 A 0.9 ACurrent absorbed during the X-rays emission 9.5 A 17 AMax. absorbed power 2.2 kVA 1.9 kVA By shutter release at a max. By shutter release at a max.Protection for the power supply system current of 16 A and a current of 20 A and a differential current of 30 mA differential current of 30 mANominal high tension 90 kV 90 kVMaximum corresponding tube current 10 mA 10 mANominal tube current 15 mA 15 mAMaximum corresponding high tension 80 kV 68 kVTube current/voltage combination for 80 kV, 15 mA 85 kV, 12 mAmaximum output powerNominal power for an exposure time at 80 kV, 15 mA: at 85 kV, 12 mA:of 0.1 s. 1200 W 1020 W ENGLISHUtilization rate in continuous mode(for example: one exposure – 85 kV, 5 mA – 33W.13.9 sec every 3 minutes)Utilization rate in intermittent mode(for example: one exposure – 80 kV, 15 mA – 93 W. 13.9 sec every 3 minutes)Selection of the load parameters:kV (in increments of 1 kV) From 60 to 90 kVmA (in increments of 25%) From 2 to 15 mACooling conditions:Maximum dissipation of heat from the X-rayradiogenic assembly into the ambient air 70 W.(for a utilization rate in continuous mode):Details of the load parameters:High tension: kV ± 10%Current in the tube: mA ± 20%Exposure time: seconds ± (10% + 1ms)Measurement conditions:KV Indirect on the peak kilovoltmeterMA Direct measurement in the circuit using an oscilloscopeExposure time: Measurement at 75% of the kV values SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 564 Technical specifications Characteristics of the X-ray radiogenic assembly Conforming to IEC Standard 601.1.3 IEC Standard 601.1.3 Compliant Nominal value of the inherent filtration at 70 kV 2.5 mm (0.10) eq. Al Nominal value of the supplementary filtration Not applicable at 70 kV Nominal value of the total filtration 2.5 mm (0.10) eq. Al at 70 kV Filtration value for the enclosure of the 0.2 mm (0.08") eq Al radiogenic unit (at 100 kV) Filtration value for the enclosure of the image 0.2 mm (0.08") eq Al receiver unit (at 100 kV) Filtration value for the sensor case 0.8 mm (0.31") Al Value for the arms of the head clamp (at 100 kV) 1.0 mm (0.039") eq Al Distance between the focal spot and the sensor 522 mm ( 20.55 ". ) Location of the reference axis Refer to the diagram below Size of the beam at the sensor 5 x 126 mm Radiation leakage after one hour’s operation (maximum utilization rate of 93 W, i.e. 90 kV , 10 mA , < 1 mGy 13.9 sec. every2 minutes 15 sec.) Conforming to IEC Standard 601.2.28 The radiogenic unit comprises: • a transformer and a radiogenic tube, together with their associated electronic components immersed in oil. • an aluminum filter which enhances the quality of the beam and reduces the dose received by the patient. • a unit which limits the size of the beam at the image receiver unit. • a thermal cutout which trips at an operating temperature of 65 °C ± 5 °C. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 5 Technical specifications 65 • Characteristics of the radiogenic unit IEC Standard 601.2.28 Compliant Manufacturer Trophy Radiologie S.A. Degree of protection against electric shock Class I Degree of protection of the parts applied to Type B the leakage current from the patient Maximum accumulated heat 110 kJ Maximum continuous heat dissipation 33 W. Nominal value of the focal spot (IEC 336/192) 0.5 mm Tolerances on the position of the focal spot +/- 2.5 mm Weight 8.2 kg ENGLISH Dimensions 235 x 245 x 120 mm • Heating and cooling curves:Accumulated heat in kJ Cooling Time in minutes SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 566 Technical specifications • Beam limitation unit: Manufacturer Trophy Radiologie S.A. Type Rigidly mounted unit with fixed window dimensions, not removable dand integrated x-ray generator Maximum symmetrical field of radiation Complies with IEC 5 mm to 126 mm at a distance Standard 806 of 522 mm from the focal point Maximum symmetrical field Complies with IEC of radiation of 190 mm / 250 mm Standard 806 in cephalometric mode at a distance of 1720 mm from the focus • Position of the reference axis: TUBEHEAD ASSEMBLY X-RAY GENERATOR 622 REFERENCE 0 AXIS FOR TH 00, X-RAY 120,00 PRIMARY RA E DIATION BEAM 0 30, TUBE 45,50 4 HORIZONTAL 24,50 SENSOR 303235 • Positioning of the reference axis for cephalometric imaging: 1720 mm TUBEHEAD ASSEMBLY1 X-RAY GENERATOR REFERENCE AXIS FOR TH PRIMARY RA DIATION BEAM E X-RAY TUBE 5.0° 276.0 HORIZONTAL 129.5 SENSOR SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 5 Technical specifications 67 • Characteristics of the X-ray tube:Manufacturer’s name CEIType OPX 105Nominal high tension 90 kVNominal anodic power 810 WMaximum amount of heat accumulated in the anode 30 kJNominal focusing value (IEC 336) 0.5 mm ( 0.020 )Collector electrode materials TungstenAngle of the collector electrode 5°Inherent filtration 0.5 mm ( 0.20 " ) eq. Al ENGLISH • Heating and cooling curves: SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 568 Technicals specifications • Load alignment chart: Anodic current Exposure time • Characteristics of emissions from the filament: Anodic current Filament current SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE
    • SECTION 6 Preventive maintenance 69SECTION 6PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCEAnnual maintenance We recommend that a general inspection of the unit should be carried out every year by an approved Kodak dental systems technician. The inspection should cover the ENGLISH following points: - Check the mechanical installation - Clean the rotation track - Check the alignment of the radiation - Make a test exposure on the ball phantom and check the image - Check the points of attachment to the floor and wall - Check the degree of legibility of the labels - Check the X-ray generator - Check the focal trough - Damage to cables, covers, oil leaks, etc. If the results of any of these checks are unsatisfactory, refer to the Service Manual in order to rectify any problems. If there is any doubt, do not operate the unit. SM 670 KODAK 8000 & KODAK 8000C INSTALLATION GUIDE