Ready LED. When steady on, the LED indicates that the imager is ready for printing. When flashing, the imager is processing and printing films. When unlit, the imager is not ready to print. Error LED. When lit, this LED indicates that the imager has an error.
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Page 5: Overview Chapter 5 of this manual. It prints images sent over the network from medical imaging devices or workstations sending images concurrently. Modality Network Modality Your imager is configured with two film trays. Each film tray holds a different size of film. Both film trays must be installed in order for the imager to operate. Film feed transport. The film feed transport orients and centers the film while moving the film from the film tray to the imaging portion of the imager.
Page 8: Print Sequence Overview Print Sequence When the imager receives a print request, it determines the requested film size and type and then it selects the appropriate film tray. Each time the imager receives a print request, the following print sequence occurs: 1.
Suction cups in the pickup area lift a single sheet of film out of the tray and feed the film into the transport rollers. The densitometer enables the imager to automatically adjust image processing parameters to produce the best image.
The imager adjusts these parameters each time it prints a calibration film. Very little operator control is required. The main responsibilities of the operator are described in the following section, along with overview information about using the imager. When steady on, the LED indicates that the imager is ready for printing. When flashing, the imager is processing and printing films. When unlit, the imager is not ready to print. The imager is unable to print jobs from this tray until a successful calibration occurs.
This icon indicates that a door is open on the imager. This icon indicates an error with the film tray. These icons represent the changed functionality of the buttons on the right side of the local panel. When sheets of film have been used, a 0 film count appears on the display screen. Pull the diverter plastic bar and bag holder silver bar into the up position. Press the new film package down in the tray with the label facing up.
Page 19 Using and Maintaining the Imager Tear strip Remove the tear strip from the plastic bag. Swing the diverter of the film tray back in place. Slide the tray back into the imager slot. Plastic bag Page Calibration Prints Using and Maintaining the Imager Calibration Prints imager calibration is performed by printing a calibration print. A calibration print has a step wedge pattern with a series of 26 stripes of increasing optical density.
The only purpose of a calibration print is to calibrate the imager. Density test prints can be used as a quality assurance tool to verify the uniformity of films printed by the imager. The Laser Imager provides additional test images that can be used for mammography quality control. Municipality owned and licensed solid waste management facilities are an appropriate disposal option. Page 24 Using and Maintaining the Imager 3.
Raise the hood. Pull the front panel forward. Remove the charcoal filter by lifting it up and pulling it forward. Install a new charcoal filter. Close the front panel. Close the hood.
CARESTREAM DRYVIEW 5950 Laser Imager