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Digital Imaging System
Quick Start Instructions
Thank You and Congratulations on your purchase of the ScanX Fit Digital Imaging System, a rugged portable imaging system
manufactured by Air Techniques, Inc. for ALLPRO Imaging. Each system has been designed and manufactured using state-ofthe-art technology to produce the lightest, most rugged and dependable digital imaging system available for the demanding
conditions encountered in portable radiography applications.
This document provides abbreviated instructions to setup and operate the ScanX. Refer to the Operator’s Manual (P/N D5461)
included as a PDF file on the Drivers and Utilities Disk (P/N D5465) for complete instructions to ensure that your ScanX gives
the highest level of service.
Although each ScanX has been designed to minimize exposure of personnel to hazards, users must exercise every precaution to
ensure personnel safety, and be familiar with the warnings and cautions presented below and throughout the supplied Operator’s
Manual.
Use of Accessory Equipment.
The use of ACCESSORY equipment not complying with the equivalent safety requirements of this equipment may lead to a
reduced level of safety of the resulting system. Use of ACCESSORIES or cables other than those specified or provided by the
manufacturer may result in increased EMISSIONS or decreased IMMUNITY of the EQUIPMENT.
Electrical Safety Notes.
• The main power switch is the main power disconnect device.
• Use only the line cord provided with the unit.
• Use only grounded electrical connections.
• Check the device cables for possible damage before switching on. Damaged cables, plugs and sockets must be replaced
before use.
• Do not locate unit where it could be sprayed with water, or in a damp environment.
Do Not Attempt Internal Service.
The interior of each component of the ScanX is only accessible by removing hardware with tools and should only be opened
and serviced by an authorized dealer service technician. Contact your ALLPRO Imaging authorized dealer for service. Failure to
heed this directive may result in equipment damage and voiding the warranty.
Laser Class Warning.
The ScanX is a Class 1 Laser Product [Class 1 Laser Product (IEC 60825)]
The warning label shown on the right identifies the ScanX as such a product and describes the
potential danger to humans in the event the product is opened during service. There is no laser radiation
from this product when operated and maintained as instructed.
The Laser Product Accession Number is 0212282-00
CAUTION
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
CLASS 3B LASER
RADIATION WHEN OPEN
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
DANGER
LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
AVOID DIRECT
EXPOSURE TO BEAM
COVER REMOVED MAKES
THIS DEVICE A
CLASS IIIb LASER PRODUCT
Customer-Supplied Computer and Imaging Software
To operate the ScanX, it must be connected to a compliant Computer System, and the computer must be loaded with an authorized
Imaging Software. See the Operator’s Manual for the minimum computer system requirements necessary to operate the ScanX.
Contact your dealer for available Computer System and Software options.
In addition to imaging software authorized for the ScanX, USB device drivers must also be installed on the computer in order
to operate the associated ScanX. The USB device drivers are provided on the Drivers and Utilities Disk (P/N D5465) included
with each unit. Also refer to the SYSTEM SETUP section of the Operator’s Manual included on the Drivers and Utilities Disk for
installation information for device drivers.
ScanX Fit is a registered trademarks of ALLPRO Imaging.
© Copyright ALLPRO Imaging, 2009 • P/N D5461Q Rev. F - November 2013
BOX CONTENTS
Unpacking
As listed below, each ScanX System is shipped in a single carton containing the ScanX main assembly and associated
accessory kit. Unpack each component of the ScanX and inspect for physical damage such as scratched panels, damaged
connectors, etc.
If any damage is noted, immediately notify your
System Components - ScanX Fit, D5000-FV
ALLPRO Imaging authorized dealer immediately
so corrective action can be taken. Save all
Quick Start Instructions
D5461Q
cartons and packing materials to protect the
Accessory Kit containing:
D5491V
ScanX in the event of future transport or shipping.
Included System Components
Each ScanX system consists of the indicated
main assembly and accessory kit as listed.
Refer to the TECHNICAL DATA section of the
Operator’s Manual included on the Drivers
and Utilities Disk for ratings and identification
for specific ScanX models. Verify that all listed
items were received. If any item is missing,
notify your dealer.
Brush Kit
D5027
Dust Cover
D5262
6-Foot USB Cable
D5226
10-Foot Power Cord
61035
Accessory Literature Kit:
D5491V-LIT
Sample ScanX Cleaning Sheet Kit
B2030
CD Disk containing Drivers, Utilities and
Operator's Manual
D5465
Important
Make sure to read and follow the Operator’s Manual (P/N D5461) included as a PDF file on the
Drivers and Utilities Disk (P/N D5465) to ensure that your ScanX gives the highest level of service.
SETUP & OPERATION
ScanX Drivers and Utilities Installation
Before connecting the ScanX to your computer or attempting to use it for the first time, run the Setup program on the ScanX
Drivers and Utilities Disk (P/N D5465) included with the ScanX. Normally, this program runs automatically when the CD is inserted into the drive for the first time. If not, run the Setup program located in the root directory of the CD (typically D:\AutoRun.exe).
ScanX Connections
As shown by the illustration at right, connecting
the ScanX for operation consists of the following
Setup program on the ScanX
1. Connect the ScanX to the computer
via supplied USB cable.
2. Connect the ScanX to power source
via supplied line cord.
IEC Connector
Type A USB
Connector to
Computer
Line Cord
From
Mains
Outlet
Note: The Main Power Switch is the
Mains disconnect device.
ScanX Operation
Operate the ScanX connected to a properly set up computer as follows:
1. Place the ScanX rocker switch to the ON (I) position.
2. Press the READY switch to turn ON the ScanX.
3. Verify that the READY indicator illuminates.
4. Activate the scanner via the Imaging Software.
5. Verify that all track status indicators illuminate green.
6. Minimize exposure to ambient light and insert the PSP into the ScanX
inlet with the sensitive (front) side of PSP towards the ScanX.
7. Verify that all track status indicators illuminate yellow.
8. Observe that the scanned PSP exits through the scanner arch.
Corporate: Type B USB Connector
Main Power
Switch (1/0)
ERASER
Switch
Eraser
Status
Indicator
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Scanner
Track Status
Indicators
READY
Switch
Ready/Standby
Status Indicator
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