Model ICE-1000 - Used Santinelli Edgers

Model ICE-1000 - Used Santinelli Edgers
INTELLIGENT BLOCKER
Model
ICE-1000
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
NIDEK CO., LTD.
(Manufacturer)
NIDEK CO., LTD
(Tokyo Office)
NIDEK INCORPORATED
(United States Agent)
NIDEK SOCIETE ANONYME
(Authorized Representative)
: 34-14, Maehama, Hiroishi-cho, Gamagori, Aichi 443-0038, Japan
Telephone: (81-533) 67-6611
Facsimile: (81-533) 67-6610
: 3F Sumitomo Fudosan Hongo Bldg., 3-22-5, Hongo,
Bunkyo-Ku, Tokyo 113-0033, Japan
Telephone: (81-3) 5844-2641
Facsimile: (81-3) 5844-2642
: 47651 Westinghouse Drive, Fremont, California 94539, U. S. A.
Telephone: (510) 226-5700
Facsimile: (510) 226-5750
: Europarc 13, rue Auguste Perret, 94042 CRETEIL, France
Telephone: (01) 49 80 97 97
Facsimile: (01) 49 80 32 08
August 2007
43801-P902A
Printed in JAPAN
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Use this instrument properly and safely.
BEFORE USE, READ THIS MANUAL.
This operator's manual includes operating procedures, safety precautions, and
specifications for the ICE-1000. IEC standards are applied in this manual.
For correct use, this manual is needed. Especially, the safety precautions and operating
procedures must be thoroughly understood before using the instrument.
Keep this manual handy for verification whenever necessary.
If you encounter any problems or have questions about the instrument, please contact
NIDEK or your authorized distributor.
Safety precautions
In this manual, a Signal Word is used to designate the degree or level of safety alert. The definition is as follows.
CAUTION
• Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which may result in bodily injury or damage to
instrument.
Even situations that are labeled “ CAUTION” may result in serious injury under certain conditions. Safety cautions must be followed strictly at all times.
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Use precautions
Before Use
CAUTION
• Do not use the instrument for other than the intended purpose.
NIDEK is not responsible for accidents or malfunctions caused by careless use.
• Never disassemble nor touch the inside of the instrument.
This may result in electric shock or malfunction.
• Install the instrument in an environment that meets the following conditions. The
following conditions must be maintained during use.
Use conditions:
Temperature: +5 to +45 ºC
Humidity: Relative humidity must not exceed 50% at a maximum temperature of 40ºC
Atmospheric pressure: 700 to 1060 hPa
A place with low dust
A place with little external light
A place free of vibration and impact
• Do not store the instrument in an area that contains contaminants such as corrosive
gases, acid or salt.
Corrosion damage or malfunction of the instrument may result.
• Install the instrument in a location with an adequate operating area in front of the
instrument as illustrated on Page V.
• Be sure to use a wall outlet which meets the power specification requirements.
If the line voltage is too high or too low, the instrument may not perform properly. Malfunction or fire may occur.
• Connect the power plug to a ground outlet. Or connect a grounding wire to a
ground terminal.
Electric shock or fire may occur in the event of malfunction or power leakage.
• Completely insert the power plug into the outlet as far as the prongs will go.
Fire may occur if the instrument is used with a loose connection.
• Do not place heavy objects on the power cord.
The damaged power cord may cause fire or electric shock.
• Before connecting the cable, turn the power switch off and disconnect the power
cord from an outlet.
Failure of the instrument may result.
• Hold the base with both hands when carrying the instrument to another location.
Accidental dropping of the instrument may cause damage to the instrument and/or
cause bodily injury.
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CAUTION
• Use the special packing materials when transporting the instrument to protect from
impact of dropping.
Excessive vibration or impact to the instrument may cause malfunction.
During Use
CAUTION
• Connect the cable to the interface connector securely, maintaining the correct
orientation of the cable connector.
Data transmission is not performed properly.
• In the event of smoke or strange odors, immediately turn off the instrument and
disconnect the power plug from the outlet. After you are sure that the smoke has
stopped, then contact NIDEK or your authorized distributor.
Usage of the instrument under such abnormal conditions may cause fire or electric
shock. In case of fire, use a dry chemical (ABC) extinguisher to extinguish the fire.
• Immediately replace the power cord if the internal wires are exposed, the
instrument turns on or off when the power cord is moved, or the cord and/or plug
are too hot to be held with hands.
This may result in electric shock or fire.
In the event of malfunction, disconnect the power cord from the outlet. Never touch
the inside of the instrument and contact NIDEK or your authorized distributor.
• Be sure to select the material of a lens to be processed.
If an improper material is selected, the lens may break or lifetime of processing
wheels may be reduced substantially in lens processing with a lens edger.
• Do not press the Block button
on the condition that no lens is placed on the
lens table.
Doing so could cause contact of the cup holder to pins of the lens table.
• Do not touch the touch screen with anything other than the tip of a touch pen. Keep
magnetic objects away from the LCD touch screen.
The instrument may be damaged.
• Do not operate the LCD touch screen with wet hands.
Water seeping may result in failure of the instrument.
• When connecting and disconnecting the USB flash drive, be sure not to touch the
terminal area directory and not to touched to metal.
The data may lost or corrupted as it is recorded by static.
• To protect data loss or corruption due to damage to a USB flash drive, back up data
onto other media.
NIDEK is not responsible for data loss or corruption due to lack of back-up.
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After Use
CAUTION
• If the instrument will not be used, turn the power off and close the tracing unit
cover.
Settled dust may affect the measurement accuracy.
• Do not yank the power cord to disconnect it from a wall outlet but hold the plug.
This can damage the metal core of the cord and may result in electric shock, short circuit, or fire.
• Occasionally clean the prongs of the power plug with a dry cloth.
If dust settles between the prongs, the dust will collect moisture, and short circuit or
fire may occur.
• If the instrument will not be used for a long time, disconnect the power cord from
the wall outlet.
Fire may occur.
• Maintain the surrounding temperature and humidity at the following range during
transport and storage of the packed instrument.
Environmental conditions:
Temperature: –25 to +70 ºC
Humidity: 10 to 95% (Non-condensing)
A place with low dust
A place not exposed to direct sunlight
• To transport the instrument, use the special packing materials to protect the
instrument from shock or impact.
Excessive vibration or impact to the instrument may cause malfunction.
Maintenance
CAUTION
• Be sure to perform check before and after use. It is recommended to have regular
checks every two years.
Regular checks must be performed by qualified personnel. Ask NIDEK or your authorized distributor for details.
• When performing maintenance work, secure a sufficient maintenance space. (See
Page V.)
Maintenance work in an insufficient space may result in injury.
• Use the specified fuses to replace the old ones.
If not, fire may result.
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Maintenance work area
About 500 mm
[Operating area and maintenance work area]
About 500 mm
About 500 mm
About 500 mm
Operating area
About 1000 mm
Disposal
CAUTION
• Follow local governing ordinances and recycling plans regarding disposal or
recycling of the components.
It is recommended to commission the disposal to a designated industrial waste disposal contractor.
• When disposing of packing materials, sort them by material and follow local
governing ordinances and recycling plans.
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VI
Table of Contents
1. BEFORE USE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
1.1 Outline of the Instrument . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
1.2 Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
1.3 Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
Layout screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Blocking screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Hole Edit screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Shape Editor screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
1.4 Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
1.5 Checking Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
1.6 Before First Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
1.6.1
Tracing unit calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
2. OPERATING PROCEDURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
2.1 Operation Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
2.2 Start-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
2.3 Operating Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
2.3.1
Operating the ICE-1000 in the Mini LAB system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
2.4 Tracing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
Frame tracing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Pattern tracing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Demo lens tracing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Stopping tracing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
2.5 Setting Processing Conditions and Entering Layout Data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5.3
2.5.4
2.5.5
Setting processing conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Entering layout data for single vision lenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Entering layout data for bifocal lenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Entering layout data for progressive power lenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Entering layout data for Manual-type lenses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
2.6 Shape Change Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
2.7 Grooving Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58
2.8 Drilling Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
2.8.1
2.8.2
2.8.3
Reading from demo lens. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
Measuring demo lenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62
Setting input in the Hole Edit screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67
2.9 Blocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
2.9.1
2.9.2
Blocking with frame change holder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
Blocking demo lenses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78
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2.10 Data control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
2.11 Check After Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
2.12 Initial Layout Screen Save Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
3. MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
3.1 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
3.2 Replacing Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
3.3 Setting Time and Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
3.4 Adjusting the Cup Holder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
3.5 Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
3.6 List of Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
4. CONNECTION AND SETTINGS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
4.1 Setting Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
4.2 Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
4.2.1
4.2.2
Connection samples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Setting the ICE-1000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
5. SPECIFICATIONS AND ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
5.1 Safety Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
5.2 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
5.3 Standard Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
5.3.1
5.3.2
Standard accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Optional accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
6. INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
VIII
1.
1.1
BEFORE USE
Outline of the Instrument
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NIDEK Intelligent blocker, ICE-1000 blocks the lens with a lens cup. The lens is blocked with a lens
cup properly at a detected position (the optical center, cylinder axis angle, segment position of bifocal
lenses, and marking). This ICE-1000 has the following features:
• The built-in tracing unit allows efficient processing of lenses, from tracing through blocking.
• The ICE-1000 is equipped with the Auto Lensmeter (ALM)*1 function. This function allows
the operator to block a single vision lens without marking the optical center of the lens,
which was necessary with previous lensmeters.
• Blocking of the lens with the lens cup is performed with the optimum blocking pressure with
a simple button operation.
• The motorized alignment function in the X-, Y- and θ-axis directions allows the operator to
accurately block the lens simply by placing the lens at the approximate center of the lens
table.
• An uncut lens outline obtained by the built-in CMOS camera and the lens shape image
obtained by the built-in tracing unit are displayed simultaneously on the LCD screen. This
diameter verification of the uncut lens allows the operator to check if the uncut lens diameter is sufficient for the lens shape prior to processing. Then the operator can proceed with
blocking.
• Switching between active and passive modes can be performed easily by button operation
without moving the lens.
•The high resolution CMOS camera facilitating blocking by providing clear images of the
printed eye point for far vision of the progressive power lenses or lens markings.
*1.
The Auto Lensmeter (ALM) function is for obtaining the optical center and cylinder axis required for blocking. Do not use
this function for measuring lenses since it is different from a lensmeter.
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BEFORE USE: Configuration
1.2
Configuration
{ Front view
Tracer
LCD touch screen
Lens clamp button
Block button
Blocking arm
Screen switch button
Lens table
Cup holder
Lens clamp
Barcode scanner
USB port
Pattern setting unit stand
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BEFORE USE: Configuration
LCD touch screen
This 800 × 600 pixel color LCD touch screen displays various items that have been entered.
Lens clamp button
Lowers the lens clamp to hold the lens.
Press this button to lower the lens clamp and hold the lens temporary. Align the lens and press the button again to
fully tighten the lens for blocking.
Block button
Blocks the lens.
The necessary data for processing is saved in the USB flash drive during blocking.
According to the setting, the data can be transmitted to external instead of saving the data in the USB flash drive.
Screen switch button
Switches the Blocking screen and Layout screen.
Lens clamp
Holds the lens.
Barcode scanner (Optional)
Scans the barcode (JOB#) of job ticket.
USB port
Connects the USB flash drive saving the JOB data and PTN data.
USB device other than USB flash drive cannot be connected.
Pattern setting unit stand
Mounts the pattern setting unit while not in use.
Blocking arm
The blocking arm is moved to left, right, back, forth, up, and down to block a lens with a lens cup. In addition,
the arm rotates the cup holder for aligning the axis (AXIS) of the lens.
The blocking pressure is 3 kgf.
Lens table
This part holds the lens with the convex side facing up.
Cup holder
This part holds the lens cup.
The top mark on the lens cup should be in the back (instrument side). The lens cup must be inserted securely.
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BEFORE USE: Configuration
{ Tracing unit
Rim clips
Upper slider
Pattern tracing pin
Stylus
Lower slider
Pattern setting unit support
Right-eye tracing button
Both-eye tracing button
Left-eye tracing button
Upper slider
Lower slider
Frames are fastened between these sliders.
Rim clips
Hold the rims of frames.
Each upper and lower slider has two clips.
Pattern tracing pin
Traces a pattern or demo lens to measure its shape.
Normally, this pin is stored in the tracing unit.
Stylus
Traces a frame groove to measure its shape.
Pattern setting unit support
Mounts the pattern setting unit set with a pattern or a demo lens.
Right-eye tracing button
Starts right-eye tracing.
Both-eye tracing button
Starts both-eye tracing.
Left-eye tracing button
Starts left-eye tracing.
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BEFORE USE: Configuration
{ Rear view
1
Power switch
Fuse holder
Inlet
EDGER 1 port
LAN port
EDGER 2 port
BARCODE port
Fuse holder
The fuse holder contains two fuses (T 1.6 A 250 V).
Inlet
This is for connecting the detachable power cord. The inlet incorporates the fuse holder.
Power switch
Used to turn on and off the instrument.
EDGER 1 port
Used to connect a lens edger.
LAN port
Used to connect a LAN cable when comprising the Blocker LAB system, Entry LAB system or Extended LAB
system on a LAN of ETHERNET*1. Use the LAN port when connecting three or more LEX-1000s in the Mini
LAB system configuration.
*1.
Ethernet: Standards on wirings, and access to the wirings to allow mutual accessing of various information processing
terminals to the LAN. The ICE-1000 transfers and receives data through the 10BASE-T.
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BEFORE USE: Configuration
EDGER 2 port
Used to connect the second lens edger.
The system configuration for the EDGER 2 port can be set by the corresponding parameter.
BARCODE port
Used to connect an optional barcode scanner.
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BEFORE USE: Display
1.3
Display
1.3.1
Layout screen
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This is the screen to enter the each data of lens layout and processing conditions.
Screen change tab
Information bar
Menu button
Right/Left indication
Frame
pupillary
(FPD)
Pupillary distance
distance
Height of optical center
Cylinder axis angle (AXIS)
Size
Display button
Lens type button
Soft mode button
Save button
Load button
JOB/PTN button
Tracer button
Screen change tab
Changes the screen from among Layout screen, Blocking screen, Hole Edit screen, and Shape Editor
screen.
Information bar
Displays current operation or next operation.
Menu button
Displays a pop-up menu selecting the Initial screen save, Data screen display, and Parameter screen
display.
Right/Left indication
This shows the left-eye or right-eye lens (Right/Left).
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BEFORE USE: Display
Frame pupillary distance (FPD)
This shows the distance between the right and left frame
centers.
The frame center is calculated by the boxing system.
Range: [30.00 to 99.50 mm (in increments of 0.01 mm)]
The width between the nasal ends of the left and right frames
(DBL) can be entered for the FPD value.
Range: [1.00 to 30.00 mm (in increments of 0.01 mm)]
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Pupillary distance (PD)
This shows the prescribed pupillary distance, which is entered manually.
Range: [30.00 to 99.50 mm (in increments of 0.01 mm)]
The monocular PD (1/2PD) may be entered.
Range: [15.00 to 49.75 mm (in increments of 0.01 mm)]
Height of optical center (
)
This indicates the height of the optical center from the frame center (boxing center), which is entered manually.
Range: [-15.0 to +15.0 mm (in increments of 0.1 mm)]
PD
and BT
can also be entered for the height of the optical center.
Cylinder axis angle (AXIS)
This shows the prescribed cylinder axis angle, which is entered manually.
Range: [0 to 180º (in increment of 1º)]
Size
This shows the enlarged or reduced lateral size from an imported lens shape.
This is for enlarging or reducing the shape data of the pattern while maintaining a similar form.
Range: [-10.00 to +10.00 mm (in increments of 0.01 mm)]
Display button
Switches the layout value indication between on and off.
Lens type button
Specifies the lens type [Single (single vision lens), Multi (bifocal lens), Progressive (progressive power lens),
Manual].
Soft mode button
Switches soft mode processing ON (shown in blue: soft mode processing is ON) and OFF (shown in gray: soft
mode processing is OFF).
JOB/PTN button
A JOB code (JOB#) or pattern code (PTN#) for storing or loading data is displayed.
In addition to a numeric keypad (or keyboard), the code can be entered with an optional barcode scanner.
The JOB# and PTN# are made up of a 16-digit alphanumeric code.
Save button
Saves the entered JOB data (or PTN data) into the USB flash drive.
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BEFORE USE: Display
Load button
Loads the JOB data (or PTN data) saved in the USB flash drive to display it on the LCD touch screen.
Tracer button
Displays data measured by the tracer on the LCD touch screen.
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Optical center mark
Frame center mark
Circumference
Layout mode
button
Lens material button
Frame type button
Processing mode button
Safety beveling button
Polishing button
Optical center mark
This indicates the position of the optical center of the lens.
Frame center mark
This indicates the center of the lens shape (frame center).
In Active mode, this mark is displayed in red and in Passive mode, this mark is displayed in blue.
Circumference
Displays the circumference of the traced outline.
Lens material button
Specifies the lens material [Plastic, HiIndex, Polyca., Acrylic, Trivex, Glass].
Frame type button
Specifies the frame type [Metal, Plastic, TwoPoint, Nylor].
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BEFORE USE: Display
Processing mode button
Selects the processing conditions.
Metal, Plastic
Guide/Auto
TwoPoint
Hole/Flat
Nylor
Groove/Flat
Bevel guided processing mode ON/OFF
Drilling ON/OFF
Grooving ON/OFF
Polishing button
The selectable options depend on the connected lens edger. Set them with the Polish/S.B Setting parameter.
When the Polish/S.B Setting parameter is set to LEX:
The options are with polishing (Polish: polishing is on) and without polishing (None: polishing is off).
The Polish option can not be selected for glass lenses.
When the Polish/S.B Setting parameter is set to SE/ME:
The selectable options depend on whether safety beveling is on or off.
When safety beveling is on, the options are Polish, Pol (EDG), Pol (SB), and None (shown in gray).
When safety beveling is off, the options are Polish and Non-Pol (None).
The Polish option can not be selected for glass lenses.
Safety beveling button
The selectable options depend on the connected lens edger. Set them with the Polish/S.B Setting parameter.
When the Polish/S.B Setting parameter is set to LEX:
The options are with safety beveling (S.B.: safety beveling is on), or without safety beveling (None:
safety bevel is off).
When the Polish/S.B Setting parameter is set to SE/ME:
The options are Small, Middle, Large, Special, and None (safety beveling is off).
Layout mode button
Indicates the layout mode (Active or Passive).
The layout mode can be switched between Active and Passive without changing the lens layout data.
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BEFORE USE: Display
1.3.2
Blocking screen
This is a screen to block lenses.
1
JOB#/PTN#
Layout data
Layout mode
Lens type
Lens detection mode
CYL mode
Image brightness
Lens measurement value
Magnification
JOB#/PTN#
Displays JOB# specified in the Layout screen.
Layout data
Displays layout data specified in the Layout screen.
Layout mode
Indicates the layout mode (Active or Passive).
Lens type
Specifies the lens type [Single (single vision lens), Multi (bifocal lens), Progressive (progressive power lens),
Manual, Demo (demo lens)].
Lens detection mode
Selects the lens detection criteria corresponding to the single vision lens and progressive power lens.
Single
Progressive
ALM/Mark
Full auto/Semi auto/ Mark
CYL mode
Switches to CYL reading mode (CYL mode) when using ALM function for single vision lens.
Image brightness
Displays image brightness setting and pressing here displays the Setting button.
Lens measurement value
Displays the lens measurement value.
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BEFORE USE: Display
Magnification
Displays magnification of the displayed image and pressing here switches the magnification between ×1
(actual size) and ×2.
Right/Left indication
Cup holder
Cup mark
Optical center mark
Lens clamp pin area
Lens clamp indication
Narrow/Normal
Frame change
Right/Left indication
This shows the left-eye or right-eye lens (Right/Left).
Under this button, a minimum lens diameter is displayed.
Cup holder
This mark indicates the cup holder's position. Arrange the lens so that this mark is inside the
pin range.
Lens clamp
Cup mark
Indicates the outer shape of the lens cup to be blocked.
Set the cup mode on the Parameter 2 screen depending on the specifications of the lens edger used. The
parameter has three options: STD (Standard), Pliable, Mini, and Nano.
When STD is selected, set the outer dimensions of the lens cup respectively for the standard lens cup (hard cup)
and the cup (hard cup) for half-eye lens. The shape of the lens cup for half-eye lens changes to an oblate ellipse
depending on the lens shape size and lens layout data.
Optical center mark
This indicates the position of the optical center
of the lens, and cylinder axis angle.
When the optical center is not detected or it is
not inside the blocking area, the mark is
displayed in red. At this time, blocking is not
available.
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In the case of the optical center In the case of the frame center
(The center is indicated by Dz.) (The center is indicated by ǫ.)
BEFORE USE: Display
Lens clamp pin area
Displays the area where not touched to the lens clamp pin.
Lens clamp indication
Indicates the lens clamp condition.
1
Open
The lens is not clamped.
Temp.
The lens is temporary tightened.
Clamp
The lens is clamped.
Frame change
Pressed when blocking the lens to be changed the frame. By pressing this button, blocking can be
performed with the lens clamp is not used.
For the blocking method of frame change, see “2.9.1 Blocking with frame change holder” (Page 79).
Narrow/Normal
Selects opening of the lens clamp pin. When the lens diameter is small or the lens is thin, select Narrow.
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BEFORE USE: Display
1.3.3
Hole Edit screen
This is a screen to edit hole position, detect demo lens and hole position.
Hole position coordinate indication
Mirror button
Hole angle button
R button
L button
Add hole buttons
Shape outline/
hole position
button
Hole position
coordinate
buttons
Hole
prevention area
Undo/redo
buttons
Hole No. indication
Delete hole
button
Depth indication
Diameter indication
Group indication
Edit button
R button
Specifies the lens for right eye.
Hole angle button
Sets the hole angle.
Select the setting among Auto, Angle, x-y, and, X Auto.
Auto
A hole is drilled in the lens front vertically to the hole position.
Angle
Enter the tilt angle.
x-y
X Auto
Enter the tilt angle of the X axis (horizontal direction) and Y axis (vertical
direction).
The tilt angle in the Y axis (vertical) direction is specified.
Only Auto or Angle is selectable when the pair or notched holes are selected.
Hole position coordinate indication
Displays the coordinates of the hole position displayed with a red line.
Press the coordinate indication value to display the numeric keypad and change the hole position.
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BEFORE USE: Display
Mirror button
Turns the mirror function on or off.
Turn the mirror function on to drill the holes symmetrically in the right and left lenses.
L button
1
Specifies the left lens.
Add hole buttons
Specify the type of the hole to be added.
Select the desired hole type. Press with the touch pen the position where the hole of the type selected is to be
added. A hole of the selected type is added in the pressed position on the screen.
The selected type holes can be added successively until the selected button is pressed again or another button is
pressed.
Delete hole button
Deletes the currently selected hole(s).
Shape outline/hole position button
Displays the lens outline and hole position detection screen.
Hole position coordinate buttons
There are six types of coordinate display methods according to the selection of the horizontal and vertical
reference positions.
The method can be selected according to each hole.
Horizontal reference position
Center
The frame center is regarded as the reference position.
B-Edge
The temporal end or nasal end of the lens shape is regarded as the reference position.
H-Edge
The temporal edge or nasal edge that is right beside to the hole is regarded as the
reference position.
Vertical reference position
Center
The frame center is regarded as the reference position.
B-Edge
The lowest point of the lens shape is regarded as the reference position.
Hole prevention area
Indicates the area in which hole positions cannot be set.
Holes cannot be specified within the displayed circle.
Undo/redo buttons
Undo the last change or restore the change by undo.
Hole No. indication
Displays the hole No. of the currently selected hole. The hole can be changed with the [<<] or [>>] button
next to the hole No. indication.
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BEFORE USE: Display
Diameter indication
Displays the set hole diameter.
Press the numeric button to display the numeric keypad and change the hole diameter.
Hole type
Numeric button
Simple hole, slotted hole, pair hole, notched hole,
counterbored hole, rectangular hole
Depth
T screw, Jewel hole1 to Jewel hole 3
Not displayed
* Each hole diameter of Jewel hole 1 to Jewel hole 3 depends on the connected ME-1000 and LEX-1000 settings.
Depth indication
Displays the set hole depth (or rotation angle).
Press the numeric button to display the numeric keypad and change the hole depth (or rotation angle).
An indication of “0.0” means a through hole.
Hole type
Numeric button
Simple hole, slotted hole, pair hole, notched hole,
counterbored hole, rectangular hole
Depth
T screw
Rotation angle
Jewel hole1 to Jewel hole 3
Not displayed
* Each hole depth of Jewel hole 1 to Jewel hole 3 depends on the connected ME-1000 and LEX-1000 settings.
Edit button
Switches to the Adjust screen.
The displayed screen name is indicated in the button.
Group indication
Displays the group number of the currently selected hole.
Press the numeric button to display the numeric keypad and enter a group number.
An indication of 0 means that the hole is not set by group.
Up to two holes can be set the same group number for single eye.
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BEFORE USE: Display
1.3.4
Shape Editor screen
This screen is to change the imported lens shape data into the desired shape.
1
Shape dimension
Step
Fix area button
Clear button
Undo/redo buttons
Shape dimension
Displays the value of the shape horizontal diameter and vertical diameter.
Pressing the coordinate displayed part displays the +/- input button (or numeric keypad) and specify the value to
change the hole position.
Step
Select the dimension change step from 0.10/0.25/0.50 with +/- input button. Or when selecting the numeric
keypad, the value can be input with the numeric keypad.
Fix area button
Specify the part where the shape is not changed.
Clear button
Cancels the entered contents and displays the original shape data.
Undo/redo buttons
Undo the last change or restore the change by undo.
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BEFORE USE: Labels
1.4
Labels
Cautionary labels are provided on the ICE-1000. If labels are curling up or characters fading and
becoming barely legible, contact NIDEK or your authorized distributor.
Indicates that caution must be taken. Refer to the operator's manual before use.
The state of the power switch. If the symbol side of the switch is flipped down, the power is not
supplied to the blocker.
The state of the power switch. If the symbol side of the switch is flipped down, the power is
supplied to the blocker.
Indicates that the blocker must be supplied only with alternating current.
Indicates the fuse rating.
Indicates the date of manufacture.
Indicates the manufacturer.
Indicates that this product shall be disposed of in a separate collection of electrical and electronic
equipment in EU.
[Rear view]
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BEFORE USE: Checking Contents
1.5
Checking Contents
Unpack the contents from the shipping carton and check them.
The following are included in the standard configuration.
1
• Main body
• Pattern setting unit
• Standard frame
• Standard pattern
• Frame change holder
• Power cord
• Touch pen
• Communication cable
• Blower
• Spare fuse (2 units)
• USB flash drive
• Accessory case
• Operator's manual (this book)
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BEFORE USE: Before First Use
1.6
Before First Use
Place the blocker on a stable table and connect the power cord.
1
2
Place the main body on a stable table.
Open the cover of the tracing unit and remove
the cushion, tape, and fixing fitting retaining
the inside of the tracing unit.
Cushion
Tape
3
Release the lens clamp fixation.
1) Loosen the right and left top cover set
screw.
Set screw
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Fixing fitting
BEFORE USE: Before First Use
2) Open the top cover and lock the cover.
Lock the cover.
1
3) Remove the lens clamp set screw.
Keep the removed screws in storage because
they are used for repacking the ICE-1000.
Set screw
4) Close the top cover and fix with the screw.
4
Remove the blocking arm set screw from the
hole of right side cover.
Keep the removed screws in storage
because they are used for repacking the ICE1000.
Set screw
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BEFORE USE: Before First Use
5
6
Connect the power cord to the inlet.
Power switch
Confirm that the power switch is turned OFF
( ) and plug the power cord in the wall outlet
Inlet
CAUTION • The electrical outlet must have a grounding terminal.
Electric shock or fire may occur in the event of malfunction or power leakage.
7
Turn the power switch ON (
).
The initial screen is displayed on the LCD touch screen and the ICE-1000 is initialized.
8
Check that the layout screen is displayed after
the ICE-1000 is initialized.
This is all you have to do before use.
• Set the parameters to suit your needs or preferences.
See “4.1 Setting Parameters” (Page 89) for the parameters and their setting methods.
• See “4.2 Connection” (Page 96) for the connecting method of a lens edger, communication
cable or such.
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BEFORE USE: Before First Use
1.6.1
Tracing unit calibration
Perform calibration of the tracing unit using the supplied standard frame and standard pattern.
Standard frame
For calibration of frame tracing by the stylus
Standard pattern
For calibration of pattern tracing by the pattern tracing pin
1
This calibration will be performed by service persons at the time of installation.
It is recommended to perform the tracking unit calibration to ensure high tracing accuracy before tracing frames or patterns. In addition, when a measured circumference involves an error, perform the
tracing unit calibration.
1
Perform calibration with the standard frame.
1) Turn on the ICE-1000 and input a desired JOB# on a layout display.
2) Set the supplied standard frame (
the tracing unit.
45) to
Inscribed numbers
Set the standard frame with the surface with
the inscribed numbers up so that the rim clips
are set over eight semicircular hollows on both
surfaces of the frame.
3) Press the
button while depressing
the
button.
The lamp of the
4) Press the
button blinks.
Hollows
button.
The calibration is performed.
5) After the calibration is complete, start tracing the standard frame with the
button.
6) Press the Tracer button.
7) Check the traced data (circumference) on
the layout display.
When it is not within 162.83 ± 0.05 mm, perform calibration with the standard frame again.
8) Remove the standard frame.
Circumference of the traced outline
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BEFORE USE: Before First Use
2
Perform calibration with the standard pattern.
1) Set the supplied standard pattern into the
tracing unit.
Pattern setting unit
Fit the standard pattern with the surface with
the inscribed “A” facing the Pattern setting unit.
See Steps 1 to 2 of 2.4.2 Pattern tracing for the
method of setting a pattern.
2) Press the
button while depressing
the
button.
The lamp of the
3) Press the
button blinks.
Standard pattern
button.
The calibration is performed.
4) After the calibration is complete, start tracing the standard pattern with the
the
button).
button (or
5) Press the Tracer button.
6) Check the traced data (circumference) on
the layout display.
When it is not within 162.83±0.10 mm, perform
calibration with the standard pattern again.
7) Remove the standard pattern.
Circumference of the traced outline
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2.
2.1
OPERATING PROCEDURES
Operation Flow
Turning ON the ICE-1000
2
Entering JOB#
2.3.1 Operating the ICE-1000 in the Mini LAB system (Page 27)
Tracing
2.4.1 Frame tracing (Page 30)
Calling up lens shapes
2.3.1 Operating the ICE-1000 in the Mini LAB system (Page 27)
Setting processing conditions
2.5.1 Setting processing conditions (Page 37)
Entering layout data
2.5.2 Entering layout data for single vision lenses (Page 41)
2.5.3 Entering layout data for bifocal lenses (Page 47)
2.5.4 Entering layout data for progressive power lenses (Page 49)
2.5.5 Entering layout data for Manual-type lenses (Page 52)
Blocking
2.9 Blocking (Page 72)
Turning OFF the ICE-1000
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Start-up
2.2
Start-up
1
2
Connect the power cord to the inlet.
Power switch
Confirm that the power switch is turned OFF
( ) and connect the power cord to a wall
outlet.
Inlet
• The electrical outlet must have a grounding terminal.
Electric shock or fire may occur in the event of instrument failure or electric leak.
• Never overload the electrical outlet.
A branch outlet that is concurrently used with other instruments may cause overheating and fire.
3
Confirm that the cables from the connected instruments are securely connected to the
ICE-1000, and the power for each instrument is turned ON.
See “4.2 Connection” (Page 96) for the connecting method.
4
Check that lens is not placed on the lens table.
5
Turn ON (
) the power switch.
1) The blocker starts to initialize, and "ICE1000" is displayed on the LCD touch
screen
2) Subsequently, the measurement LED
lights up and the measuring unit and
blocking mechanism sets their origins.
3) The layout screen is displayed
• The indications on the layout screen just after power-up can be customized according to the
operator’s preferences.
See “2.12 Initial Layout Screen Save Function” (Page 84) for the setting method.
The ICE-1000 is now ready for use.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Operating Procedures
2.3
Operating Procedures
The following operating procedures are described in the method using the numeric keypad when
entering the JOB# and PTN#.
Selecting KEYPAD in the parameter JOB Code Input Interface or PTN Code Input Interface displays
the keyboard instead of the numeric keypad.
2.3.1
2
Operating the ICE-1000 in the Mini LAB system
In the Mini LAB system, the ICE-1000 manages data as a data server.
The ICE-1000 and the LEX-1000 comprise the system.
1
Turn the power switch ON (
) to start the ICE-1000.
See “2.2 Start-up” (Page 26) for the ICE-1000 startup procedure.
2
Set to JOB# mode and enter the JOB#.
Numeric buttons
Pressing the numeric button on the right of
the JOB button displays the numeric keypad.
After entering the JOB#, press the Ent button.
When the barcode scanner is connected,
read the barcode.
• JOB# can be entered in any timing before blocking or saving the data.
3
Perform tracing.
Trace frames or patterns.
See “2.4 Tracing” (Page 30) for the tracing method.
See “2.10 Data control” (Page 80) when using registered shape data without tracing frames
or patterns.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Operating Procedures
4
Press the Tracer button to read the lens
shape data.
The shape is displayed in actual size on the
screen. When both frames are traced in botheye tracing, the FPD value is also displayed.
• When reading and blocking PTN data, specify PTN# in PTN# mode and press "Load"
button.
5
Enter processing conditions.
See “2.5.1 Setting processing conditions”
(Page 37) for the method of entering processing conditions.
6
Enter the lens layout data for the both-eye
lens.
See “2.5.2 Entering layout data for single
vision lenses” (Page 41) for the method of
entering lens layout data.
Processing conditions and Lens layout data
• When blocking a left-eye lens only, press the LEFT button to switch the screen to the layout
display for the left-eye lens.
• When the ICE-1000 is connected to the ME-1000, LEX-1000, or SE-9090 Express and
AHM-1000 system, set the grooving and drilling specifications as necessary.
See “2.7 Grooving Settings” (Page 58) for grooving specifications.
See “2.8 Drilling Settings” (Page 61) for drilling specifications.
7
Place the right-eye lens on the lens table and block it.
See “2.9 Blocking” (Page 72) for the blocking method.
Each data of the shapes, processing conditions, and layout for the both-eye lenses is saved
in the JOB# simultaneously with blocking.
8
Block the left-eye lens.
Each data of shapes, processing conditions, and layout for the both-eye lenses is saved
again in the same JOB# simultaneously with blocking.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Operating Procedures
• It is impossible to set processing conditions independently for the left- and right-eye lenses
to be saved in the same JOB#.
The processing conditions saved simultaneously with the last blocking are finally saved in the
JOB#.
• The layout and shape data already used for the previous blocking are protected from reuse
for successive blocking.
9
Store the blocked lenses in a tray etc. with the JOB# on it.
2
Clearly mark the left- or right-eye lens on the tray etc. when saving the lens.
• When repeatedly blocking lenses without processing them, go back to Step 2. Be careful
not to enter the same JOB# again with which lenses have not yet been processed.
Entering the same JOB# will overwrite the JOB data and the former JOB data will be deleted.
This is all you have to do with the ICE-1000.
The operations after data transfer will be performed with a lens edger.
10 Import the processing data from the ICE-1000 to the LEX-1000.
1) Scan the JOB# with the barcode scanner connected to the LEX-1000 in the standby status (which is not processing nor tracing).
A request for data transfer will be sent to the ICE-1000.
• When not using the barcode scanner connected to the LEX-1000, enter the JOB# to the
JOB area and quickly press the
(DATA SET) button.
2) The ICE-1000 transfers the data corresponding to the JOB# to the LEX-1000.
3) The data is displayed on the LEX-1000.
• Import JOB data for processing lenses after blocking the lenses with the lens cups.
11 Process the lens with the LEX-1000.
As required, enter the size compensation value, bevel curve value, bevel tip point, etc. prior
to processing.
When processing both-eye lenses, process them continuously.
• When the other-eye lens has not been blocked yet, go back to Step 6. Then import the
same processing (JOB) data again from the ICE-1000 and process the lens.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Tracing
2.4
Tracing
After entering a JOB# on a layout display, perform tracing. The following tracing methods are selectable. Select the most appropriate method of tracing in each case.
Frame tracing (Both eyes)
Traces the both eyes of general frames.
Frame tracing (Single eye)
Traces the left- or right-eye of a general frame.
Semiauto tracing
When the stylus is not automatically set in the groove at the
start of frame tracing.
Goggle type frame tracing
When the stylus comes off the groove of the sharply warped
frame during tracing.
Hold by hand the frame not being traced.
Pattern tracing
Demo lens tracing
2.4.1
Traces the patterns of Two-point or Nylor frames etc.
Traces mounted lenses in the same manner as the pattern
tracing.
Frame tracing
• For rims with low stiffness such as thin rim frames, only perform demo lens tracing.
Distortion may occur and correct measurement can not be obtained from rims with low stiffness.
{ Both-eye tracing
This is the procedure to measure the frame shapes for both eyes as well as the FPD (Frame Pupillary
Distance).
1
Set frames into the tracing unit.
1) Open the cover of the tracing unit.
2) Set the top of the frames.
Pull forward the lower slider and fasten the
frame top between the rim clips on the upper
slider.
3) Set the bottom of the frames.
Slowly release the lower slider, placing the
frame bottom between the rim clips on the
lower slider.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Tracing
4) Move the frames left or right to bring them
to the approximate center of the tracing
unit.
2
2
Start both-eye tracing.
Press the Both-eye tracing button
.
Tracing is completed when the frames are released.
3
Pull the lower slider forward to remove the frames.
4
Call up the traced data.
Press the Tracer button on the LCD touch screen.
The lens shape and FPD value are displayed on the LCD touch screen.
• If there is a mismatch of 1 mm or more in circumference between the left- and right-eye
frames, a tracing error occurs (tracing is automatically performed again and
the
and
buttons blink for several seconds) and traced data is not able to be read
even thought the Tracer button is pressed. In such cases, perform single-eye tracing.
{ Single-eye tracing
This is the procedure to trace the frame for either eye.
1
Set frames into the tracing unit.
See Step 1 of “{ Both-eye tracing (Page 30)”.
2
Press either the Right-eye tracing button
For tracing the left-eye frame
or Left-eye tracing button
Press the Left-eye tracing button
For tracing the right-eye frame Press the Right-eye tracing button
.
.
.
• The FPD (Frame Pupillary Distance) cannot be measured in single-eye tracing.
Enter the FPD value manually on the layout display.
• In single-eye tracing, pressing the Tracer button calls up the shape data which is same in
both eyes (The data of the side not traced is mirrored).
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Tracing
{ Semiauto tracing
This is the procedure to fit the stylus into the groove by hand before tracing for the frame whose stylus
is not automatically set in the groove.
This is for frames, especially plastic ones, whose grooves are not in the middle of the edges.
1
Set frames into the tracing unit.
See Step 1 of “Both-eye tracing” (Page 30).
2
Press the Both-eye tracing button
for three seconds.
The stylus moves and pauses in the start position of tracing. The
In single-eye tracing, press the Right-eye tracing button
for three seconds in stead of the
button.
3
Fit the stylus into the groove by hand.
4
Start tracing.
Press the Both-eye tracing button
button blinks.
or Left-eye tracing button
.
After tracing one frame, the stylus moves to another frame and pauses in the tracing start
position.
5
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Trace the other frame in the same manner as Steps 3 and 4.
OPERATING PROCEDURES: Tracing
{ Goggle type frame tracing
When the frames are sharply warped, the stylus may come off the groove. In such a case, fasten only
the one frame between the rim clips and perform single-eye tracing.
This tracing is available in both left and right frames. The procedure for tracing the right eye frame is
described here.
1
Set the right frame in the tracing unit so that
the frame becomes level.
2
Do not fasten the left frame between the rim
clips.
Hold the left temple to maintain the right
frame level.
2
Start tracing.
Press the Right-eye tracing button
.
• The rim clips fasten the right frame. However, do not release the left frame until tracing is
completed.
When the frame moves, tracing is not performed accurately.
3
Remove the frames from the tracing unit.
4
Call up the traced data on the display.
Press the Tracer button on the LCD touch screen.
The lens shape is displayed.
• The FPD (Frame Pupil Distance) can not be measured in goggle type frame tracing.
Enter the FPD value manually on the layout screen.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Tracing
2.4.2
Pattern tracing
This is the procedure to trace the patterns of two-point frames etc.
1
Set a pattern onto the pattern setting unit.
1) Set a pattern while pressing the white button on the pattern setting unit.
Push the pattern as far as it will go. The pattern is attached as follows:
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2
Set the pattern setting unit to the tracing unit.
Pattern setting unit support
1) Open the cover of the tracing unit.
2) Set the pattern setting unit to the tracing
unit.
Pull the lower slider forward and set the pattern
setting unit onto the pattern setting unit support.
Align the two pins of the pattern setting unit to
the circular holes on the pattern setting unit
support.
The pattern setting unit is fastened to the pattern setting unit support by magnet.
3
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Press either the Right-eye tracing button
or Left-eye tracing button
.
Pins
Circular holes
OPERATING PROCEDURES: Tracing
For tracing the right-eye pattern
For tracing the left-eye pattern
Press the Right-eye tracing button
Press the Left-eye tracing button
.
.
The tracing pin comes out and then tracing starts.
4
When the tracing is completed, remove the pattern setting unit.
When the tracing is completed, the tracing pin is automatically stored.
Lifting the left side first makes removing the pattern setting unit easier.
2
• The FPD (frame pupil distance) can not be measured in pattern tracing.
Enter the FPD value manually on the layout screen.
2.4.3
Demo lens tracing
This is the procedure to trace the lenses that have already been processed and mounted into the
frames in the same manner as the pattern tracing.
1
Block the convex surface of a demo lens with a lens cup.
1) Mark the approximate center of the demo
lens with a lensmeter.
Lens table
At this time, the frame must be contacted with
the lens table while the demo lens is mounted
in the frame.
2) Affix the double-coated adhesive tape to the lens cup.
3) Block the convex surface of the demo lens
with the lens cup, using the centering
device.
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Block the lens so that the markings on the
demo lens are aligned to the groove orientation
of the lens cup.
When blocking the lens with the ICE-1000, set
the lens type to Demo.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Tracing
2
Fit the lens cup into the pattern setting unit.
Fit the lens cup while pressing the white button of the pattern setting unit.
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Start tracing as same as Step 2 to Step 4 of “2.4.2 Pattern tracing” (Page 34). Press
theLeft-eye tracing button
for the right eye or the Right-eye tracing button
for the
left eye in demo lens tracing.
For tracing the right-eye lens
For tracing the left-eye lens
Press the Left-eye tracing button
Press the Right-eye tracing button
.
.
• The FPD (Frame Pupil Distance) can not be measured in demo lens tracing.
Enter the FPD value manually on the layout screen.
2.4.4
Stopping tracing
Follow the following procedures to stop tracing.
{ Stopping frame tracing
1
Press the Both-eye tracing button
.
The stylus returns to its original position and the frames are released.
{ Stopping pattern or demo lens tracing
1
Press the Both-eye tracing button
2
Remove the pattern setting unit.
The pattern tracing pin is stored.
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2.5
Setting Processing Conditions and Entering Layout Data
Perform tracing or import traced data before setting processing conditions and entering layout data.
Lens layout data and
Processing conditions
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2.5.1
Setting processing conditions
As processing conditions, set the lens material, lens type, frame type, whether or not to polish lenses,
whether or not to safety bevel lenses, and soft processing mode.
{ Lens type
Select the lens type.
Pressing the lens type button displays the pop-up
menu. Select the button of the desired lens type.
• Single (Single vision)
• Multi (Bifocal)
• Progressive (Progressive power)
• Manual
Select Manual for the EX and prism lenses. Manually
align lenses using the marking on the lenses as a
guide.
Lens type button
• When setting the lens type to Demo, perform setting in the Blocking screen.
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{ Lens material
Select the lens material.
Pressing the lens material button displays the
pop-up menu. Select the button of a desired
material.
• Plastic (Generic plastic lens)
• HiIndex (Plastic lens with high refractive index)
• Polyca. (Polycarbonate lens)
• Acrylic (Acrylic lens)
• Trivex (Trivex, a plastic that tends to melt during
processing)
• Glass
Lens material button
CAUTION
• Be sure to select the correct lens material.
Failure to do so could shorten the useful life of the processing wheel.
{ Frame type
Select the frame type.
Pressing the frame type button displays the pop-up
menu. Select the button of a desired frame type
• Metal
• Plastic (celluloid frame)
• Two-point
• Nylor
Two-point, Nylor
Metal, Plastic
Flat edging
Beveling
Processing button
Specify processing
Frame type button
Specify processing contents for each frame type with
the Processing button on the right of Frame button.
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Frame type
Metal
Plastic
Two-point
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Display of Processing
button
Processing contents
Guide
Guided beveling mode is ON
Auto
Guided beveling mode is OFF
Hole
Drilling is ON
Flat
Drilling is OFF
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Nylor
Groove
Grooving is ON
Flat
Grooving is OFF
• Setting this mode applies guided beveling automatically during lens processing. This
prevents the lens from being processed in auto mode.
• For guided beveling in the ICE-1000, the software version of the lens edger must be
compatible.
2
{ Polishing
Select whether the lens edge is polished.
The selectable options depend on the connected lens edger.
When the Polish/S.B Setting parameter is set to LEX:
Each press of the Polish button switches polishing ON and OFF.
Polish
Polishing is ON
None
Polishing is OFF
When the Polish/S.B Setting parameter is set to SE/ME:
The selectable options depend on whether safety beveling is ON or OFF.
When safety beveling is ON:
Pressing the Polish button displays the pop-up menu.
Select the button of a desired polishing type
• None (Polishing is OFF)
• Polish
• Pol (EDG)
• Pol (SB)
Polish button
• Turning safety beveling OFF automatically changes the polish setting to Polish even though
Pol (SB) is selected.
• Turning safety beveling ON automatically changes the polish setting to Polish even though
Pol (EDG) is selected.
When safety beveling is OFF:
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Each press of the Polish button switches polishing ON and OFF.
• None (Polishing is OFF)
• Polish
{ Safety beveling
Select whether the lens edge is safety-beveled.
The selectable options depend on the connected lens edger.
When the Polish/S.B Setting parameter is set to LEX:
Each press of the S.F.B. button switches safety beveling ON and OFF.
S.B.
Safety beveling is ON
None
Safety beveling is OFF
When the Polish/S.B Setting parameter is se to SE/ME:
Pressing the S.B. button displays the pop-up menu.
Select the button of a desired safety bevel type.
• None (Safety beveling is OFF)
• Small
• Medium
• Large
• Special
S.B. button
• See “4.1 Setting Parameters” (Page 89) for the setting procedure of the Polish/S.B. Setting
parameter.
• Refer to the SE-9090 or ME-1000 operator's manual for the details of the polishing and
safety beveling settings when the Polish/S.B. Setting parameter is set to SE/ME.
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{ Soft processing mode
The Soft button activates soft processing mode.
2
Soft button
Each press of the Soft button switches the mode ON and OFF.
Soft button displayed in blue
Soft processing mode is ON
Soft button displayed in gray
Soft processing mode is OFF
• For soft processing in the ICE-1000, the software version of the lens edger must be
compatible.
• Setting this mode applies the soft processing automatically during lens processing.
Soft processing is not available depending on the lens material. See the operator's manual of the
connected lens edger for details.
2.5.2
Entering layout data for single vision lenses
According to prescription, enter lens layout data (FPD, PD, height of the optical center, and AXIS).
In addition, enter arbitrary value in the Size field if necessary.
The layout data is displayed in the numeric button next to each item button. Pressing the numeric button displays the numeric keypad.
When the necessary item is not entered, the corresponding numeric button is highlighted in
yellow.
See the following explanations for the details of lens layout data:
{ Items to be entered in lens layout data
1) FPD (or DBL)
Press the FPD (or DBL) numeric button to display the numeric keypad. Enter any value and press the
Ent button.
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The range of the FPD value is 30.00 to 99.50 mm in increments of 0.01 mm.
Pressing the CE button clears the entered value. When no value is entered or the value is
not changed, this button closes the numeric keypad.
When the traced data includes the frame data (both-rim
Height of the
optical center ¨ǽ©
tracing), the FPD value is automatically entered
together with the traced data.
PD
FPD
The DBL (width between the nasal ends of the left and
right frames) can also be entered instead of the FPD.
ᵁᴿᵉ
Pressing the FPD button displays the pup-up menu. Press the DBL button to enter the DBL
value.
The range of the DBL value is 1.00 to 30.00 mm in increments of 0.01 mm.
2) PD (or 1/2PD)
Press the PD (or 1/2PD) numeric button to display the numeric keypad. Enter any value and press the
Ent button.
The range of the PD value is 30.00 to 99.50 mm in increments of 0.01 mm.
The monocular PD (1/2PD) can also be entered
Height of
optical center (ǽ)
instead of the PD.
It is possible to enter the distance from the
bridge center to each eye separately.
1/2PD
(R)
1/2PD
(L)
PD
FPD
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Setting Processing Conditions and Entering Layout Data
Pressing the PD button displays the pop-up menu. Press the 1/2PD button to enter the
monocular PD value
The range of the monocular PD value is 15.00 to 49.50 mm in increments of 0.01 mm.
3) Optical center height
Enter the optical center height for the left- and right-eye lenses respectively.
Press the
(or PD
, BT
) numeric button to display the numeric keypad. Enter any value and
press the Ent button.
2
The range of each height is -15.0 to +15.0 mm in increments of 0.1 mm.
It is also possible to enter the height from the lowest point of the lens shape (PD
Pressing the
button displays the pop-up menu. Press the PD
change the entry method.
or BT
or BT
).
button to
Enter the optical center height
from the frame center.
The minus mark indicates that
the optical center is shifted
downward. The plus mark
indicates that the optical
center is shifted upward.
PD
BT
Enter the distance between the
optical center and the straight
down point of the lens shape.
PD
Enter the distance between the
optical center and the lowest
point of the lens shape.
BT
4) Size (Enlarged or reduced lateral size of a lens shape)
Enter arbitrary value in the Size field if necessary.
Press the Size numeric button to display the numeric keypad. Enter any value and press the Ent button.
The range of the Size value is -9.95 to +9.95 mm in increments of 0.01 mm. The minus mark
indicates that the lens shape is reduced and the plus mark indicates that the lens shape is
enlarged.
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The lens shape is enlarged or reduced laterally while
maintaining a similar form. At this time, the frame cen-
Enlarged shape size
ter is regarded as the reference position.
For example to the right: Size = +5 mm:
Original shape size
Original shape size + 5 mm
• This function allows one pattern to be used for several different-sized patterns.
• Changing the shape to a different form is also possible.
See “2.6 Shape Change Function” (Page 54) for details.
• Leave the Size value at 0.00 mm when tracing frames. The value is different from the size
compensation value of the lens edger.
5) Axis (Only when blocking single vision astigmatic lenses in ALM mode)
Enter the cylinder axis angle (Axis) independently for the left- and right-eye lenses.
Press the numeric button of Axis to display the numeric keypad. Enter any value and press the Ent
button.
The range of the Axis value is 0 to 180° in increment of 1°.
The cylinder reading polarity of the axis (mixed, +, or – reading) must match the prescription.
{ CYL reading mode
To change the setting, press the CYL mode
button to display the pop-up menu and select
the desired CYL mode.
When changing the CYL mode temporary
during blocking, press the CYL button.
The CYL button is displayed in red to show
that CYL reading mode is highlighted.
CYL mode button
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6) Active/Passive (Layout mode)
Selects whether to block the lens with a lens cup at optical center or at the frame center.
Each press of Active (or Passive) button switches the layout mode between Active and Passive.
Active mode
The lens is blocked with the lens cup at the optical center.
Passive mode
The lens is blocked with the lens cup at the boxing (frame) center.
• When the ALM (Auto Lensmeter) function does not work for dark sunglass lenses which
only allow a small amount of rays of light to pass through, block the lenses with manual
mode.
2
When marking astigmatic lenses, align the cylinder axis angle to that on the prescription.
• Low-power single vision lenses may produce a dispersion in data measured by the ALM
function during measurements. In this case, mark the lenses with a lensmeter and block
them with mark mode.
For the lenses whose spherical and cylindrical power is about ±1 D or less, be careful that measured data is stable.
{ Detection mode of the single lens
Sets criteria of the single vision lens detection.
The setting is performed with the single vision detection
mode button.
ALM
In this mode, the ICE-1000 blocks the
lens by detecting the optical center
and cylinder axis angle of the lens.
Mark
In this mode, the ICE-1000 blocks the
lens by detecting the marking on the
lens marked using the lensmeter in
accordance with prescription.
Detection mode button
{ Changes in the cup mark shape according to the layout setting
When the lens shape contacts the circle of the cup
mark, the circle changes into an oblate ellipse.
The oblate ellipse shows the minimum lens
size with a lens cup for half-eye lens.
Half-eye lens whose vertical diameter is
smaller than the one of the cup mark.
If the standard lens cup (hard cup) is continued to be used, the adapter or lens clamp may contacts
the processing wheel because the distance between the blocking point and lens edge is short.
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• When the Cup Mode parameter is set to
Pliable, Mini, or Nano, the displayed
cup mark is constant in size. In addition,
the settings of the Full eye Minimum
Size, Grind Minimum Size (H), and
Grind Minimum Size (Y) parameters
become disabled
See “4.1 Setting Parameters” (Page 89)
for the parameter setting procedure.
When the cup mark changes into the oblate ellipse, block the lens with a lens cup for half-eye lens.
Set the cup mark size with the corresponding parameter(s) depending to the lens edger.
See “4.1 Setting Parameters” (Page 89) for the setting method.
Minimum lens size with a standard lens cup (hard cup)
Minimum lens size with a lens cup
(hard cup) for half-eye lens
Minimum vertical length for lens
to be processed
Minimum lens diameter
(Full eye minimum size)
Minimum horizontal length for
lens to be processed
Minimum lens diameter for processing with the lens edger
Lens edger
Minimum lens diameter
for the lens cup (hard
cup)
Minimum horizontal
length for lens to be
processed
Minimum vertical
length for lens to be
processed
LE-9000 (Flat edging)
ø28 mm
ø21 mm
ø19 mm
LE-9000 (Beveling)
ø30 mm
ø22 mm
ø20 mm
SE-9090
ø29 mm
ø26 mm
ø23 mm
Minimum horizontal
length for lens to be
processed
Minimum vertical
length for lens to be
processed
Flat edging
ø32 mm
ø19 mm
Beveling
ø33 mm
ø20 mm
Minimum lens diameter for processing with the ME-1000
Processing type
Circumference processing
Grooving
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Safety beveling
Flat edging
ø32 mm
ø25 mm
Beveling
ø34 mm
ø26 mm
• When the lenses have an excessively short vertical diameter that the processing wheels
may come in contact with the lens cup, even when using a lens cup for half-eye lenses, the
yellow cup mark changes to red to warn the operator of a possibility of contact.
In such a case, change the layout mode to Passive and then block the lens. It is unnecessary to
change the lens layout data.
2.5.3
2
Entering layout data for bifocal lenses
The ICE-1000 automatically blocks bifocal lenses by detecting the segment base point (top line center
of segment).
According to prescription, enter lens layout data (FPD, near PD, and height of the optical center).
As the layout mode for the bifocal lenses, select passive (PAS) mode.
• If the lenses have a specific segment in shape (e.g. circular segment), the segment position
cannot be detected and the lenses cannot be blocked. Manually block such lenses (with
manual mode).
In such cases, mark the lenses using the lensmeter, and set the lens type to Manual.
1
Set the lens type to Multi (bifocal lens).
2
Enter the FPD (or DBL).
3
Enter the prescribed near PD (PD for the segment) at the PD (or 1/2 PD) field.
Base point
(Top line center of segment)
Near PD
4
Select a method to enter the optical center height.
Pressing the
button displays the pop-up menu. Press the PD
the entry method.
or BT
button to select
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Select either of the following.
PD
BT
5
Enter the distance from the
center point on the top line of the
segment straight down to the
point on the lens shape.
Enter the height from the point
level with the center of the
segment on the top line straight
down to the lowest point on the
lens shape.
Enter the height of the segment base point
(top line center of segment).
Press the PD
(or BT ) numeric button to
display the numeric keypad. Enter any value
and press the Ent button.
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PD
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2.5.4
Entering layout data for progressive power lenses
Block the progressive power lenses aligning to the optical center (eye point for far vision).
According to prescription, enter lens layout data (FPD, PD, height of the optical center, and EP).
The layout mode for the progressive power lenses is selectable between active and passive.
For the alignment method of the eye point for far vision, select either of the following three methods.
The ICE-1000 automatically detects the printed eye point mark for far vision and horizontal line and blocks the lens in accordance with the detected marks.
Full auto
Only the “+” and “ ‫ ” ח‬marks can be detected automatically as the eye point mark for
far vision.
Semi auto
The ICE-1000 detects the horizontal reference line of the lens and compensates for
the inclination of the lens. Manually align the lens with the eye point mark for far vision
and block the lens.
Mark
The ICE-1000 detects the marked laser marks of the lens and automatically blocks the
lens.
The selection is performed in the Blocking
screen.
{ Full auto mode
Enter lens layout data using the printed eye point for far
vision on the lens.
During blocking, the lens is blocked with the lens cup at
R
the center of the distance part of the lenses detected
from the printed eye point mark for far vision and horizontal reference lines.
Horizontal reference line
Eye
point
mark
for
far
vision
than the printed eye point for far vision and horizontal
Before blocking the lens, erase marks on the lens other
reference lines.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Setting Processing Conditions and Entering Layout Data
{ Semi auto mode
Enter lens layout data using the printed eye point for far vision on the lens.
The inclination of the lens is automatically compensated for with respect to the horizontal reference
lines. To block the lenses, manually align the lens using the eye point mark for far vision.
Before blocking the lenses, erase marks on the lens other than the printed eye point for far vision and
horizontal reference lines.
{ Mark mode
Enter lens layout data by specifying a desired eye point
for far vision by the height from the laser marks (EP).
Measure the EP value in advance:
1) Mark the laser marks with a pen.
EP
2) Determine a desired eye point for far
vision, and measure the height from the
laser marks (EP).
The range of the EP value is 0.0 to + 6.0mm in Laser mark
increments of 0.1mm.
Laser mark
The ICE-1000 automatically detects the marked laser marks of the lens and blocks the lens.
{ Entering lens layout data
1
2
3
4
Set the lens type to Progressive (progressive
power lens)
Enter the FPD (or DBL).
Enter the prescribed PD (or 1/2PD) at the PD
(or 1/2PD field).
Select a method to enter the optical center height.
Pressing the
button displays the pop-up menu. Press the PD
change the entry method.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Setting Processing Conditions and Entering Layout Data
Select either of the following.
PD
BT
5
Enter the distance between the
eye point for far vision and
straight down point of the lens
shape.
2
Enter the distance between the
eye point for far vision and the
lowest point of the lens shape.
ÂÔ
Enter the height of the eye point.
Pressing the numeric button next to the PD
Enter any value and press the Ent button.
6
ÐÄ
or BT
button displays the numeric keypad.
When blocking the lens with Mark mode, enter the EP value.
Pressing the numeric button next to the EP button displays the numeric keypad. Enter any
value and press the Ent button.
The range of the EP value is 0.0 to +6.0 mm in increments of 0.1 mm.
As soon as the EP value has been entered,
the eye point mark for far vision changes as
shown in the figure.
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• The Prog. EP input parameter allows the operator to choose whether to enter EP values for
each individual JOB data or to use the displayed EP value for blocking with Mark mode.
It is strongly recommended to set the Progressive. EP input parameter to Necessary to avoid
omitting a modification to EP values when it is necessary to change the EP values for each individual JOB data. See “4.1 Setting Parameters” (Page 89) for the details on the setting method.
• The EP value serves in the same manner as with Full-auto mode and with Semi-auto mode.
It is allowed to shift the eye point mark for far vision as shown in the above figure for easy alignment. In Full-auto or Semi-auto mode, enter a desired EP value because the value has no effect
on layout and blocking.
7
Select the layout mode between active (ACT) and passive (PAS).
Pressing the Passive (or Active) button changes the setting.
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2.5.5
Entering layout data for Manual-type lenses
When the lens type is set to Manual (EX lenses or prism lenses etc.), mark the lens using a lensmeter
in accordance with prescription. Then manually align the lens using the marking on the lens and block
the lens.
The method of entering lens layout data is the same as
that for the single vision lenses.
See “2.5.2 Entering layout data for single vision lenses”
(Page 41).
O Setting WD
The WD represents the distance between the
longest vertical lines in the middle on the left
and right. Set the WD value depending on the
space between the markings on the lens.
It is also possible to set the WD just before
placing the lens on the lens table and blocking the lens.
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The WD is set on the blocking screen.
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O Setting alignment scale
The height of the horizontally long ellipse and the spacing between the horizontal lines of the
alignment scale can be changed by the corresponding parameters.
Manual Mode scale: (A in the figure)
Select the spacing between horizontal lines: 0
mm, 1.0 mm, 2.0 mm, or 3.0 mm.
Â
Á
2
When 0 mm is selected, the horizontal lines are
not displayed
Alignment mark V size: (B in the figure)
Select the height of the alignment mark (horizontally ling ellipse): 0 mm, 1.0 mm, or 2.0 mm.
Â
Á
When 0 mm is selected, the horizontal long
ellipse becomes a straight line.
• Automatic or manual alignment is the difference between the Mark mode for Single vision
lens and Manual.
For special-purpose lenses, the blocked cup position may become shifted despite exact alignment
on the screen due to the optical characteristics of these lenses. In such cases, compensate for the
decentering by shifting the lens off the center using on-screen scales as guidelines and then block
the lens.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Shape Change Function
2.6
Shape Change Function
This function changes the loaded lens shape data into the desired shape.
There are two entering methods for changes.
• Changes in shape by changing the horizontal and vertical numeric values.
• Changes in shape by dragging the lens shape with the touch pen.
There is also a method to determine the area that is not to be changed and other area that can be
changed.
• Lens shapes are displayed in actual size.
1
2
Display the original shape data on the layout
screen.
Press the Shape tab.
The Shape Editor screen is displayed.
3
Select a step to be applied when changing each length.
When the Step numeric button is pressed, the pop-up menu is displayed.
Select the desired step button from Tenkey, 0.10, 0.25, or 0.50.
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4
As necessary, specify the area that is not to
be changed in shape
1) Press the Fix area button to switch to fixed
area specification mode.
Numeric values disappear and a section of the
lens shape is displayed in yellow. At the ends
of the yellow line, handles (yellow circles) are
displayed.
2
2) Drag the handle with the touch pen to
change the fixed area.
The fixed area can be changed at both ends.
When the fixed area is not displayed, the fixed
area may be specified by dragging the shape
contour.
Drag to the desired
position.
3) After setting, press the Fix area button to finish the fixed area entry.
The screen returns to the numeric values condition and the set fixed area is displayed in yellow.
• The numeric values for any area set not to be changed by the fixed area function are
displayed in gray. Even in areas whose numeric values are not fixed, the numeric value may
not be changed if the area is too small.
The +/- buttons or numerical keypad are not displayed even if the numeric value displayed in gray
is pressed.
• To cancel the fixed area, press the Clear button with the Fix area button selected.
The area displayed in yellow is canceled, and the whole shape is displayed in blue.
• The changing method varies according to whether a fixed area is specified or not.
Therefore, similar changes to the same shape may have different results.
5
Change the lens shape.
The lens shape can be changed by entering numeric values or dragging.
After the shape change, the whole shape is displayed in blue and the pre-change shape is
displayed in black.
• When the fixed area is set, the shape can be changed only once.
Dragging or value change can be performed only once. Repeating the changes cancels the previous change.
• Pressing the Clear button cancels the entered contents and displays the original shape
data.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Shape Change Function
Shape change with numeric values
1) Select a step to be changed from the pop-up menu displayed by pressing the Step button.
Select the desired step button from Tenkey, 0.10, 0.25, or 0.50.
2) Press a numeric value to be changed.
The +/- buttons or tenkey are displayed.
The numeric value that is being changed is displayed in red.
3) Enter the desired value.
+/- buttons
Numeric keypad
Pressing this button increases or decreases the numeric value
in the selected step.
Enter the desired value and press the Ent button.
4) Check the post-change shape on the screen.
Shape change by dragging
1) Click the area to be changed with the
touch pen and change it to the desired
shape.
When dragging starts, the numeric values disappear and the changed shape is displayed in
red.
Change is performed so that the other areas
are connect to the maximum point dragged in a
smooth curve.
During dragging
2) Lifting the touch pen from the screen after
dragging confirms the shape change and
displays the post-change numeric values.
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3) Check the post-change shape on the screen.
• The cross in solid lines represents the frame center of the original shape data. Once the
shape is changed, it is updated but the frame center (cross) is not be updated.
The frame center is updated after the changed shape data is saved.
6
After inputting is completed, press the Layout tab to return to the Layout screen.
The changed shape is not saved without pressing the Save button or blocking.
2
{Hole positions after shape change
When lens shapes are changed, the set hole positions are changed under the following conditions:
Horizontal direction
Calculates the pre-change H-edge hole positions and moves so that the
H-edge ratios are preserved.
Fixes the position to the frame center determined before the change.
Vertical direction
When the Shape Editor screen is displayed after the change, the
coordinates from the center moved by the change are displayed.
{Buttons on the Shape Editor screen
Step
Undo
Redo
Clear
Increases or decreases with the +/- buttons.
Undoes the last change (undo function).
Up to three changes can be restored.
Restores the change by undo (redo function).
Undo operation can be canceled.
Cancels all changes performed in shape change mode.
• Saving the shape data changed with the shape change function rewrites the original data.
At the same time, the shape data is recalculated and the circumference displayed on the screen is
rewritten.
• The layout data is not changed. However, only the FPD or DBL value is recalculated with
the new shape data and rewritten.
When the frames type is set to TwoPoint, the DBL value is fixed but the FPD one is recalculated.
For the other types of frames, the FPD value is fixed but the DBL one is recalculated.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Grooving Settings
2.7
Grooving Settings
Grooving specifications can be set.
The grooving data is transferred to the lens edger together with the normal processing data; it is
unnecessary to set the grooving specifications in the lens edger.
• The setting is possible only when the ICE mini is connected to equipment having the
grooving function in the Mini LAB system (ME-1000 or SE-9090 Express/AHM-1000
system).
The systems other than Mini LAB and LE-9000 series are not available.
1
Display the original shape data on the layout screen.
2
Select Nylor for the frame type.
Groove (or Flat) is displayed on the right of
the Frame type button.
3
Press the Groove button.
The grooving setting screen is displayed on
the upper part of the Groove button.
• Press the Groove button again to cancel grooving. The color of the background of the
Groove button is turned back to gray, indicating that grooving is not specified.
4
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Enter the curve, groove position, depth, and width individually for the left- and right-eye
lens on the grooving setting screen.
OPERATING PROCEDURES: Grooving Settings
• Curve
1) Press the Curve button.
The pop-up menu is displayed.
2) Select the desired curve from the menu.
Auto
Guide
Computer-calculated curve
Sets guided grooving to be automatic when processing.
Manually enter the desired curve.
Curve
2
Pressing the numeric button displays the numeric keypad. Enter the
desired value.
Front
Front base curve (curve profiling the front surface of a lens)
Rear
Rear base curve (curve profiling the rear surface of a lens)
Select the groove position on the edge by the ratio.
Ratio
Pressing the numeric button displays the pop-up submenu. Select the
desired ratio.
• Position
Change the position of the whole groove parallel to itself.
1) Press the Position numeric button to display the numeric keypad.
2) Enter a value of the amount by which the groove is moved forward or backward (unit:
mm).
Negative value
The groove moves toward the front surface.
Positive value
The groove moves toward the rear surface.
• Depth
1) Press the Depth numeric button to display the numeric keypad.
2) Enter the groove depth and press the Ent button (unit: mm).
The depth value range is 0.0 to 0.8 mm.
• The default displayed in the Depth numeric button can be specified by setting the Groove
Depth parameter.
• Width
1) Press the Width numeric button to display the numeric keypad.
2) Enter the groove width values and press the Ent button (unit: mm).
The width range is 0.6 to 1.2 mm.
• The default displayed in the Width numeric button can be specified by setting the Groove
Width parameter.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Grooving Settings
5
After specifying all the grooving conditions for the left- and right-eye lenses, press the
Set button.
The grooving entry screen is closed and the specifications are saved.
• When the Curve setting is other than Auto or when the groove position has been changed,
ensure that desired groove specifications are displayed by checking the simulated groove
section in the lens edger before processing lenses.
In the ICE-1000, the groove specifications are set without measuring the lens curve. Therefore,
the set specifications may the groove to be off the lens edge.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Drilling Settings
2.8
Drilling Settings
It is possible to enter the specifications related to the drilling from the ICE-1000. Lens outline and hole
position can be read from the demo lens.
The drilling data is transferred to the lens edger together with the normal processing data; it is unnecessary to set the grooving specifications in the lens edger.
• The setting is possible only when the ICE-1000 is connected to an edger (ME-1000 or SE9090 Express/AHM-1000 system) having the grooving function in the Mini LAB system.
The systems other than Mini LAB are not available.
• It is possible to set the drilling process in all frame types (Metal, Plastic, Two Point, and
Nylor).
2.8.1
Reading from demo lens
{Preparation for demo lenses
Mark a demo lens with a lensmeter to indicate its horizontal reference line.
1
Mark the demo lens horizontally.
Lens table
Set the demo lenses mounted in the frames
with the frames in contact with the lens table
to mark the lenses.
Mark the lens so that the middle marking
point is at the center of the demo lens.
2
Trace the demo lens.
3
Remove the bridge.
4
For the demo lens without flare in edge, perform safety beveling of about 0.5 mm width to
the front side.
When safety beveling is not performed, the
edge is not reflected clearly and the shape is
not detected correctly. It may result in
unevenness in the processed lens edge.
Edge with flare
Edge without flare
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Drilling Settings
2.8.2
Measuring demo lenses
1
Press the Hole tab to display Hole Edit
screen.
The Hole tab is displayed only when the
mode is passive.
Hole/Shape button
2
3
Press the Hole /Shape button to display the
Lens shape screen.
Clean the lens table and the demo lens edge with a blower brush.
• When there is dust in the edge of the lens table and the demo lens, it may result in
undetectable of the lens shape.
4
Set a demo lens on the lens table with its front
surface facing up.
Place the demo lens so that the markings are
parallel to the horizontal line of the cross on
the screen.
5
Press the Measure button
The “Please select the side to measure. R/L”
message is displayed.
6
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Press the R or L button to specify the left eye or right eye lens
OPERATING PROCEDURES: Drilling Settings
Specifying R or L starts measurement.
It takes about 20 seconds for measurement. “Detecting...” is displayed during measurement.
Wait for a while without touching the instrument.
7
When the measurement is complete, the
detected outline and frame center (cross) are
displayed in white on the screen.
2
8
Select the desired hole type among the add
hole buttons and specify the hole position with
the touch pen.
A red circle (or symbol corresponding to the
hole type) is displayed in the specified position.
Rough positioning is acceptable because it
will be precisely aligned later.
For slotted and rectangular holes, specify the
start point of the hole and drag to the end
point.
Pressing and dragging across the screen
moves the circle (or symbol).
Press the Delete hole button
9
Add hole buttons
to delete the circle (or symbol) displayed in red.
After specifying the hole position, press the
OK button.
The status changes from the hole position
addition to the hole position precise setting.
Hole number 1 and its surroundings are
enlarged.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Drilling Settings
10 Specify the precise hole position and hole diameter.
Drag the hole indication to the hole on the demo lens image. For pair or notched holes, align
also the distance between the holes by dragging.
Match the hole position and diameter displayed in red with the image.
1) Drag (or click) the red circle with the touch
pen to align it with the hole position of the
demo lens
The displayed image can be moved with the
Move image button.
2) Adjust the hole diameter.
Press the Diameter numeric button to display
the numeric keypad. Enter any value and press
the Ent button.
For the T-screw, specify angle.
Move image buttons
• A value smaller than that set by the Drill bit diameter parameter cannot be set.
3) For pair or notched holes, adjust the distance between the holes.
Drag the pair (or notched) hole position displayed in green.
• The value on the Diameter numeric button is also applied to the diameter of the paired hole
or notch width.
4) Specify the position, diameter, and depth of all holes in the same manner.
CAUTION
• Do not move the lens after selecting one or more hole positions.
• The hole type cannot be changed. To change the hole type, return to the Hole screen,
delete the hole, and add a new hole.
11 After all holes are specified, press the OK button.
The Hole screen appears and the X and Y
coordinates of hole number 1 are displayed.
12 Perform hole position and hole setting condition change with the Hole Edit screen.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Drilling Settings
{Hole type selection and position specification
Select the hole type among the ten add hole buttons.
Add hole button
Setting and positioning of hole
Setting of hole size
Normal circular hole.
Specify the hole center position.
Diameter Hole diameter
Simple hole
Rounded slotted hole.
Specify the start and end points of the hole.
Diameter Slotted hole width
Slotted hole
Diameter Hole diameter
Pair hole
Combination of two horizontal simple holes.
Specify the center of the inside hole (nearer to the
frame center) and the distance between the paired
holes.
Notched hole
Combination of a simple hole and notch.
Hole diameter, notch
Diameter
Specify the vertical position of the simple hole and the
width
distance between the hole and notch.
Depth of the hole and
The horizontal position of the simple hole is
Depth
notch
automatically determined according to the shape.
Depth
Depth
Depth
Hole depth
Slotted hole depth
2
Hole depth
Diameter
Diameter of the hole
and counterbore
Specify the hole center position.
Depth
Depth of the hole and
counterbore
Diameter
T screw
Combination of a simple hole and groove
(counterbore slotted hole).
Specify the hole center position and groove angle.
Hole for embedding a jewel. Set with the Jewel Hole 1 Diameter
parameter in the ME-1000 or LEX-1000.
Depth
Specify the hole center position.
—
Jewel hole 1
—
Jewel hole 2
Hole for embedding a jewel. Set with the Jewel Hole 2 Diameter
parameter in the ME-1000 or LEX-1000.
Depth
Specify the hole center position.
—
Jewel hole 3
Hole for embedding a jewel. Set with the Jewel Hole 3 Diameter
parameter in the ME-1000 or LEX-1000.
Depth
Specify the hole center position.
Counterbored hole.
Counterbored
hole
Rectangular
hole
Specify the diameter and depth separately for the hole
and counterbore.
Square-cornered slotted hole.
Specify the start and end points of the hole.
—
Rotation
Groove angle
angle
—
—
—
Diameter Rectangular hole width
Depth
Rectangular hole depth
• Each hole shape of Jewel hole 1 to Jewel hole 3 depends on the setting of the ME-1000 or
LEX-1000 that drills holes.
The version of the ME-1000 must be compatible with the jewel hole drilling function.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Drilling Settings
Slotted hole
Start point coordinates
Slotted hole width
(Hole diameter)
Start point coordinates
End point coordinates
At the setting of Edge
Slotted hole width
(Hole diameter)
End point coordinates
At the setting of Center
• The coordinate specification method of the start and end points is selectable between
Center and Edge with the Slot coordinate mode parameter.
Pair holes
Notched holes
The reference is the center of the
hole nearer to the frame center.
The notch is automatically
set to the shape edge.
Notch width
(Hole diameter)
The reference is
the hole center
position.
Distance between the holes
Distance between the hole and
notch at the setting of Center
• For pair or notched holes, setting the hole diameter and depth when the reference hole is
selected (displayed in red) applies the settings to the paired hole (or notch).
Change the paired hole (or notch) settings by selecting it (displayed in red) with the hole number.
• The coordinate specification method of notched holes is selectable between Center and
Edge with the Slot coordinate mode parameter.
T screw
Rectangular hole
Start point coordinates
Rotation angle
Hole diameter
The groove width and length are
automatically set.
Rectangular hole
width
(Hole diameter)
End point coordinates
For other holes (simple hole, counterbored hole, Jewel holes 1 to 3), the hole center position
is specified.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Drilling Settings
2.8.3
Setting input in the Hole Edit screen
For the added hole, various settings other than position can be added.
In the Hole Edit screen, hole addition and deletion can be performed to the displayed lens shape.
{Hole addition
After selecting the hole type with the Add hole
button, press the hole position with the touch
pen.
2
{Deleting specified holes
After selecting the hole No. with the Hole
selection button, press the Delete button.
The hole displayed in red is the selected hole.
Add hole buttons
Delete button
Hole selection button
{Hole diameter, hole depth, and rotation angle
Change the value with the numeric keypad displayed by pressing the each numeric field.
"Rotation angle" is displayed when T-screw.
{Hole position coordinate
Change the value with the numeric keypad displayed by pressing each values.
Place the demo lens on the lens shape display
and magnified display to align the hole position.
Pressing the Edit on the lower right of the
image to display Adjust screen.
Pressing "Adjust" returns to the Edit screen.
Adjust display
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Drilling Settings
{Hole angle
Set the angle with the hole angle button
Each press of the button toggles the setting in
the following order.
• Auto
• Angle
• x-y
• X Auto
Only Auto or Angle is selectable when the pair
or notched holes are selected.
Press the numeric button to display the
numeric keypad and enter the angle.
Auto
Hole angle button
A hole is drilled in the lens front perpendicular to the hole position.
Enter the tilt angle.
With 0°, it becomes parallel to the clamp shaft. Entering
a positive value tilts in the direction of the clamp axis.
Angle
Enter the tilt angle of the X axis (horizontal direction) and Y axis (vertical
direction).
In the Y axis (vertical) direction, the
hole becomes parallel to the clamp axis
;CZKU
with 0°. Entering a positive value tilts
the hole upward and downward in the
x-y
direction of the clamp axis.
:CZKU
In the direction of the X axis (horizontal)
direction, the hole becomes parallel to
the clamp axis with 0°. Entering a
positive value tilts the hole to the left
and right in the direction of the clamp
axis.
The tilt angle in the Y axis (vertical) direction is specified.
In the X axis (horizontal) direction, the hole is tilted by 90° with respect to the lens
X Auto
front.
In the Y axis (vertical) direction, the hole becomes parallel to the clamp axis with 0°.
Entering a positive value tilts the hole upward and downward in the direction of the
clamp shaft.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Drilling Settings
{Group
Specify the group number to drill multiple parallel holes.
Press the Group numeric button to display the
numeric keypad. Enter the group No. and press
the Ent button.
When the group number is entered, the holes
entered with the same group number are drilled
parallel.
With the hole angle button set to Auto, those
holes are drilled in the lens front at right angles
to the middle point of the same group of holes.
Hole 1
When hole 1 and hole 3 are
set to the same group, those
holes are drilled in the lens
front at right angles to the
middle point of holes.
Hole 3
2
• “0” in the Group numeric button indicates that the hole is not set by group.
• Up to two holes can be specified in the same group number.
The pair, notched, and counterbored holes are set as the group.
{Mirror
When drilling symmetric positions in the right
and left lenses, enable the mirror function.
Pressing the mirror button turns ON or OFF
the function for each hole.
When the MRR characters are displayed in
light blue, holes are automatically specified in
mirrored positions on the other shape.
The hole No. of the other shape is automatically set to the set hole No. + 1.
Mirror button
• Holes entered by the mirror function are simultaneously changed or deleted as right and left
pairs.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Drilling Settings
{Display method of hole position coordinates
There are six types of coordinate displays available by selecting the horizontal and vertical reference
positions.
Select the horizontal reference position from among
Center
, B-Edge
, and H-Edge
.
The reference position is automatically
selected between the temporal side (outside)
and nasal side (inside) of the shape according
to the hole position when B-Edge
or HEdge
is selected.
Horizontal reference position button
Horizontal reference position
Center
The frame center is regarded as the reference position.
B-Edge
The temporal end or nasal end of the lens shape is regarded as the
reference position.
H-Edge
The temporal edge or nasal edge that is right beside the hole is
regarded as the reference position.
Select the vertical reference position from among Center
and B-Edge
.
Vertical reference position button
Vertical reference position
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Center
The frame center is regarded as the reference position.
B-Edge
The lowest point of the lens shape is regarded as the reference position.
OPERATING PROCEDURES: Drilling Settings
{Coordinate display methods
When the vertical reference position is set to Center
Center
, Center
B-Edge
, Center
H-Edge, Center
ᵕ
ᵕ
ᵕ
ᵖ
ᵖ
ᵖ
2
When the vertical reference position is set to B-Edge
Center
, B-Edge
B-Edge
, B-Edge
H-Edge, B-Edge
ᵕ
ᵕ
ᵕ
ᵖ
ᵖ
ᵖ
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Blocking
2.9
Blocking
Before blocking, perform tracing or import traced data, set processing conditions and enter lens layout
data.
1
Set the lens cup with the double-coated adhesive
tape into the cup holder.
Insert the lens cup as far it will go orienting the top
mark to the back (ICE-1000) side.
When the displayed cup mark is oblate ellipse, be
sure to use the lens cup for half-eye lens.
★ : Top mark
★
★
Pliable cup
★
Lens cup
★
Lens cup
for half-eye lens
Mini cup
• Suction cups are not available. Use only the lens cups (with adhesive tapes).
To use the lens cup for half-eye lenses, the
double-coated adhesive tape for the lens cup
for half-eye lens is necessary.
When using normal double-coated adhesive
tape, trim away the excess part along the
edge of the cup.
Double-coated adhesive
tape for the lens cup for
half-eye lens
Double-coated adhesive tape
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Trim away
Trim away
OPERATING PROCEDURES: Blocking
2
Press the screen switch button
to the Blocking screen.
to switch
Or press the Block tab to switch to the Blocking screen.
3
2
Place the lens on the lens table with convex
side up.
While watching the lens projected on the
screen, position the center of the lens at an
approximate center of the lens table.
When the optical center mark, segment mark,
or eye point mark for far vision is detected,
the mark changes from red blinking to solid
white. (The optical center mark displays in
red until it is moved inside the blocking area.)
When the mark in red is blinking, the lens can
not be blocked.
For bifocal lenses, place the lens with its segment forward (toward the operator).
For progressive power lenses, place the lens so that its horizontal reference line (or markings of the laser marks) is roughly horizontal.
On the screen, the lens outline, segment shape, and printed eye point for far vision for the
progressive power lenses are displayed.
Place the lens so that the cup holder mark is in the lens chuck pin area.
• The operator can judge if the lens outline is sufficient for the shape on the LCD touch
screen on condition that the data for the lens layout is entered.
Unless the lens shape is displayed within the outline, replace the lens with a larger one.
When the lens size is insufficient for processing for frame changing (if a part of the lens shape
overlaps lens outline), change the lens layout data so that the shape is moved inside the outline.
This operation, however, does not follow the prescription.
• When the SPH and/or CYL values on the layout screen in Single: ALM mode become red, it
indicates that the optical center and cylinder axis values may be unstable because the lens
power is low.
For a lens whose SPH and/or CYL values are displayed in red, it is recommended to block the
lens after marking it with a lensmeter.
• Place bifocal lenses on the lens table with its segment forward (toward the operator),
keeping the angle of decentering within ±5°.
If the angle of decentering exceeds ±5°, the segment mark changes to red and blocking becomes
prohibited.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Blocking
• Place the progressive power lenses on the lens table, keeping the amount of tilting of the
horizontal reference line (or markings on the laser marks) within ±10°.
If the amount of tilting exceeds ±10°, the eye point mark for far vision changes to red and blocking
becomes prohibited.
4
5
Press the lens clamp button
clamp the lens.
to temporary
Align the lens.
Align the single vision lens so that the square frame indicating the blocking area changes
from red to green. When the mark is red and blinking, the lens can not be blocked.
For dual-tone colored lenses, be sure the correct side is facing up before blocking. Place the
lens so that the colored lines are horizontal.
• Pressing the magnification display
double displays the screen.
The larger view simplifies the alignment
process.
Blocking is possible with the magnified
display.
• Pressing the brightness display changes
the camera image brightness.
Brightness display
Magnification display
When the lens type is one of the following, manual and exact alignment of the lens is needed.
• Progressive power lens (Progressive) with Semi auto mode
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Blocking
Align the projected, printed eye point for far
vision of the lens with the eye point mark for far
vision.
Confirm that the amount of tilting of the horizontal reference line is within ±10° during the
alignment.
2
• Manual
Align the middle marking with the center of the
alignment scale.
Ensure that the markings are level.
• Prism prescription lenses cannot be blocked as the Single lens type. After marking the lens
using a lensmeter, set the lens type to Manual and block it.
6
Press the lens clamp button
7
Block the lens.
1) Press the Block button
to fully tighten the lens.
.
Before pressing the button, confirm that the
lens cup is set in the cup holder.
2) The blocking arm moves to the front and
center, then downward to block the lens.
Keep your fingers away from the area between
the cup holder and lens.
• It is possible to set the time that the blocking arm descends with the Lens Holding Time
parameter.
3) The blocking arm returns to the original position.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Blocking
• For the JOB data containing both-eye data, the shape data is automatically switched to the
one for the remaining eye as soon as one lens has been blocked.
The following will be performed simultaneously with blocking:
•The processing conditions and the lens layout data that were entered will be saved with the shape
data.
8
Take the lens OFF the lens table
1) “Please remove the lens” message is displayed in the screen.
2) Remove the lens.
3) Press the Blocking button or press the OK
button in the message.
The message closes and the lens detection criteria
is measured.
• Be sure to close the message after removing the lens as the lens detection criteria when
message is closing influences the blocking accuracy.
9
Store the blocked lens in a tray etc. with the JOB# on it.
Clearly mark the left- or right-eye lens on the tray etc. when storing the lens.
10 To block the other lenses subsequently, change the JOB# before tracing them.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Blocking
2.9.1
Blocking with frame change holder
Use the provided holder when the lens can not be held with the three pins on the lens table because
the lens diameter is small as for when lenses are being reused in different frames.
1) Press the F.C. button in the blocking
screen.
2) Pullout the lens pin on the lens table with
hands.
Lens pin
2
3) Place the frame change holder on the
center of the lens table.
The orientation of the frame change holder is
as shown to the right.
4) Place the lens on the frame change holder
and block it.
Frame change
holder
Block the lens while holding it by hand
without the lens clamp.
CAUTION
• When blocking, be sure not to touch blocking arm and lens cup to hold lens.
• When attaching the lens pin to the lens table, align the pin direction to insert.
When the direction is different, it is not possible to insert.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Blocking
2.9.2
Blocking demo lenses
When blocking demo lenses to trace them, mark the lenses with a lensmeter in advance.
See “2.4.3 Demo lens tracing” (Page 35) for details.
When blocking demo lenses, it is unnecessary to call up lens shapes, enter processing conditions and
lens layout data.
1
Set the lens type to Demo.
2
Set the lens cup with the double-coated adhesive tape into the cup holder.
See Step 1 of “2.9 Blocking” (Page 72).
3
Place the lens on the lens table with the lens convex side up.
4
Align the lens.
Align the middle marking with the center of the alignment scale.
Ensure that the markings are level.
5
Block the lens.
The subsequent steps are the same as those in “2.9 Blocking” (Page 72).
z Setting WD
The WD represents the distance between the
longest vertical lines in the middle on the left
and right. Set the WD value depending on the
space between the markings on the lens.
It is also possible to set the WD just before
placing the lens on the lens table and blocking the lens.
WD
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Blocking
{ Error messages when of the blocking error
The cause of the blocking error is displayed with the error message.
Error message
Action
The blocking position is out of the blockable range.
Blocking position is out of range.
In the modes other than Manual, move the lens position or switch the
layout mode between active and passive.
In Manual mode, switch the layout mode between active and passive.
Optical center is out of range.
The optical center detected in Single: Optical center mode is out of
the blockable range.
Move the lens so that it is within the blockable range.
There is undetermined layout data.
Blocking protection is ON.
Determine the layout data.
The lens of either eye side is going to be blocked with the same
(already-used) traced data.
To block the lens, press the LEFT or RIGHT button for two seconds or
more. The blocking protection is released.
The lens is not detected or the measurement is unstable. Check the
following:
Detection Error
• The lens is placed on the lens table.
• The lens and lens table are clean.
• No interference lights
Axis Error (5 degrees)
Please clamp a lens.
The segment axis of the bifocal lens exceeds 5°.
Rotate the lens so that the segment axis is within 5°.
The lens is not fully tightened with the lens clamp.
Press the Lens clamp button to tighten the lens.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Data control
2.10 Data control
The data saved in the USB flash drive is deleted and changed the file name in the Data screen.
The Data screen is displayed by pressing the Data button in the Layout screen.
Hole edit
Shape change
Data edit
Exit button
Data button
Folder button
Scroll bar
Folder list
Data list
Shape display
PTN creation
Data read
Search
Delete
Exit button
Folder button
Data button
Scroll bar
Hole edit
Shape change
Data edit
Rename
Returns to the Layout screen.
Pressing the button sorts the folders in ascending order or descending order.
Pressing the button sorts the data in ascending order or descending order.
Pressing the
(or
) button moves the list up or down one.
Pressing the margin of the up/down scroll bar moves the screen list up or down by
one page.
Displays the Hole edit screen.
Displays the Shape Editor screen.
Displays the Data edit screen.
Searches data (or folders).
Search
The keyboard (or numeric keypad) is displayed. Enter a data (or folder) name and press
the [Ent] button to select the specified data (or folder) (displayed in red).
If the applicable data (or folder) does not exist, a beep sounds.
Changes data (or folder) names.
Rename
The keyboard (or numeric keypad) is displayed. Enter a new data (or folder) name and
press the [Ent] button.
Create the new PTN data.
PTN creation
After tracing, Pressing the PTN creation button displays the keyboard (or numeric
keypad) and enter PTN#. When PTN# is entered, the data is saved.
Delete
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Deletes the selected data (or folders).
Note that deleted folders cannot be recovered.
OPERATING PROCEDURES: Data control
Displays the layout screen.
Data read
When copying the JOB data, display Layout screen and after changing JOB#, save the
data.
{ Cautions in changing a folder name and data name
When a folder name is changed, the manufacturer name is also changed.
When changing the data name, if "Maker name" is changed, “Folder name is different. Copy/Move/
Cancel“ message is displayed and data movement, copy, or operation cancel can be selected.
When there is no folder of entered maker name, move the data creating new folder.
Hole Edit screen
The displayed button function is same as the
screen displayed in the Hole tab.
Pressing the Exit button displays the message “Do you save the data? Yes/No” and
pressing Yes (or No) button returns to the
Data screen.
Shape Editor screen
The displayed button function is same as the
screen displayed in the Shape tab.
Pressing the Exit button displays the message “Do you save the data? Yes/No” and
pressing Yes (or No) button returns to the
data screen.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Data control
Data Edit screen
The displayed button function us same as the
screen displayed with the Layout tab.
Pressing the Exit button displays “Do you
save the data? Yes/No” and pressing Yes (or
No) button returns to the Data screen.
• The JOB number (or PTN number) is specified with “(Manufacturer) - (File number)”.Up to
16 digits are specified including hyphens (-).
• JOB_DATA and PTN_DATA folder is automatically creating folder when JOB or PTN is
saved and the data without maker name is saved.
• At least one alphabet letter needs to be entered in “Manufacturer”.
• The name of the “Manufacturer” folder can be up to a maximum of 12 characters.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Check After Use
2.11 Check After Use
Check the following before and after every use each day.
It is recommended that a checklist is prepared and the check results are recorded.
O Check before use
1) Are there any apparent deformations or dirt which might interfere with proper operation?
Especially confirm that there are no foreign substances and dirt on the lens table.
2) Does the layout screen appear when the instrument is started?
3) Does values reads “0.0”, and are they stable (when the layout display is set to “Single:
ALM mode”)?
4) Does the blocking arm move properly when the Block button
is pressed?
5) It is recommended to calibrate the tracing unit.
See “1.6.1 Tracing unit calibration” (Page 23) for the calibration procedure.
O Check after use
1) Is the power turned OFF?
2) Is the cover of the tracing unit closed?
3) Is the ICE-1000 dirty or damaged?
4) Are all the accessories accounted for and free from damege?
Accessories; Pattern setting unit, Standard frame, Standard pattern
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OPERATING PROCEDURES: Initial Layout Screen Save Function
2.12 Initial Layout Screen Save Function
This function sets the items on the layout screen displayed when the power is turned on.
When the factory settings on the layout display differ from those ordinally used, it is possible to change
and save the items to be displayed on the initial layout screen upon system activation.
<Items to be saved>
All items except for numerics displayed on the screen can be saved.
• Right, Left
• FPD, DBL
• PD, 1/2PD
• Height of the optical center (
, BT
, PD
)
• Layout mode (Active, Passive)
• Lens material (Plastic, HiIndex, Polyca, Acrylic, Glass, Trivex)
• Lens type (Single, Multi, Progressive, Manual)
• Frame type (Metal, Plastic, Two Point, Nylor)
• Polishing mode
• Safety beveling mode
• Soft processing mode (ON, OFF)
In addition, as exceptions, the EP value on the layout display for progressive power lenses (Progressive) and WD value on the layout display for Manual-type lenses can also be saved as default settings.
• The setting between Right and Left selects the lens eye side that is initially displayed when
traced data for both-eye lenses is imported.
• The Layout preset parameter allows the default of the height of the optical center to be set.
See “4.1 Setting Parameters” (Page 89) for the setting procedure.
<Procedures>
1
Change the settings.
Enter the desired value in each item on the layout screen.
• The processing conditions and lens layout items set here take effect throughout all the
layout screens. It is impossible to set them individually for each layout screen.
2
Save the settings.
1) Press the Menu button shortly.
A pop-up menu is displayed.
2) Press the Mem. Screen button.
The “Do you want to save the initial screen?” message, which ask the operator whether or not to
save the settings on the screen as default, appears.
3) Press the Yes button to save the settings.
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3.
3.1
MAINTENANCE
Troubleshooting
In the event that the ICE-1000 does not work correctly, then troubleshoot with the following table
before contacting NIDEK or your authorized distributor.
Symptom
Action
• Confirm that the power cord is properly connected.
The ICE-1000 does not work at all.
• Confirm that the voltage applied to the outlet is within the range specified.
3
• Check the fuses. If the fuses are blown, replace them with new ones.
See ““3.2 Replacing Fuses” (Page 86)” for fuse replacement.
The measured data of the lens is
unstable.
The following error message is
displayed during startup of the
blocker.
• Optical Initialization Error
• Wipe dirt off on the lens table (grid plate).
• Keep the instrument away from direct illumination.
• A grid detection error occurred during power-up.
• Remove foreign substances and soiling from the lens table and turn the blocker
on again.
• Detach the lens table and turn the blocker on again.
When the blocker is restarted successfully, attach the lens table.
One of the following message is
displayed:
• X Movement Error
• Y Movement Error
• R Movement Error
• Reverse Movement Error
• The blocking mechanism is abnormal. After checking the error message, shut
down the ICE-1000 and contact NIDEK or your authorized distributor.
• Block Movement Error
• Clamp Error
• Upper Pin Operation Error
• Lower Pin Operation Error
If the symptom cannot be corrected with the above actions, contact NIDEK or your authorized distributor.
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MAINTENANCE: Replacing Fuses
3.2
Replacing Fuses
If the ICE-1000 is not started even though the power switch is turned on, the fuses may be blown.
Replace the fuses with spare ones.
CAUTION • Be sure to turn the power off and disconnect the power cord from the outlet before
replacing the fuses.
Electric shock may occur.
• Only the specified fuses (T 1.6 A 250 V) must be used.
Any fuses other than the specified ones may cause fire.
1
Turn off (
2
Disconnect the power cord from the outlet.
3
Unplug the power cord from the inlet.
4
Pull out the fuse holder under the inlet.
) the power switch.
Pull out the fuse holder while pushing the
lever in the arrow direction.
Lever
Fuse holder
5
Take out the fuses and put in new ones.
Fuse rating: T 1.6 A 250 V
6
Put the fuse holder back into its original position.
Fuses
Fuse holder
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MAINTENANCE: Setting Time and Date
3.3
Setting Time and Date
1
Display the Parameter 1 screen.
Press the Menu button on the layout screen
and press the Parameter button from the displayed pop-up menu.
3
2
Press the Clock button twice to display the
Clock screen.
The present year, month, day, time and
change buttons are displayed on the time setting screen.
3
Press each change button to display the numeric keypad and enter the desired value.
4
After all changes, press the Set button.
Pressing the Set button updates to the set time.
5
Press the Exit button to return to the layout screen.
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MAINTENANCE: Adjusting the Cup Holder
3.4
Adjusting the Cup Holder
If the plunger inside the cup holder becomes loose or worn out, the cup holder may not hold the lens
cup securely.
To tighten the plunger, insert the hexagonal-head wrench into the hole at the front of the cup holder,
and turn the plunger so that the cup holder can securely hold the lens cup, and that the lens cup can
be detached or inserted smoothly.
Turn the plunger clockwise to increase the
holding power of the lens cup.
Plunger
3.5
Cleaning
When the covers or panels of the ICE-1000 becomes dirty, wipe with a soft cloth. For severe dirt,
immerse the cloth in a neutral detergent, wring well, and wipe. Finally wipe with a dry and soft cloth.
CAUTION • Never use an organic solvent such as paint thinner.
This may ruin the surface of the instrument.
• Lightly wipe the exterior of the LCD touch screen with a soft cloth. Do not press the
LCD touch screen using an object with a hard tip. In addition, keep magnetic objects
away from the LCD touch screen.
Scratches or failure of the LCD touch screen may result.
• Never use a sponge or cloth soaked in water.
The water may leak into the inside of the instrument and cause instrument failure.
3.6
List of Replacement Parts
Part name
Part number
Note
Fuse
80402-02150
T 1.6 A 250 V 5 X 20 mm.
* After replacing consumables, restock them.
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4.
4.1
CONNECTION AND SETTINGS
Setting Parameters
The parameters can be changed according to the needs of the operator.
1
Display the Parameter 1 screen.
Press the MENU button on the layout screen
and press the parameter button from the popup menu.
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2
Press the button of the desired parameter to select and change the setting.
The parameter setting is shown next to the button.
For the provided parameters and the description of each parameter, see the explanation following the parameter setting procedure.
lFor the parameters whose settings must be selected from the provided options, the pop-up
menu appears.
1) Press the button for the desired parameter setting.
2) The entry is confirmed and the pop-up closes.
lFor the parameters whose settings must be specified by values, the numeric keypad is displayed.
1) Enter a value with the numeric keypad.
2) Press the Ent button to confirm the entry.
To cancel the entry, press the CE button.
3) The numeric keypad closes.
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CONNECTION AND SETTINGS: Setting Parameters
3
4
Press the Screen change tab to switch to the
Parameter 2 screen or Parameter 3 screen
and change the setting contents in the same
way.
Press the Exit button to return to the layout screen.
• Quickly press the Exit button.
Depressing the button displays the
System 1 screen.
When the System 1 screen is displayed, press the Exit button quickly.
The screen returns to the layout display.
Do not change the parameter settings
on the System 1 screen as they are
provided for compensation purposes.
[Parameter description: Parameter 1 screen]
1) System: Mini LAB, Blocker/LAB, Entry/LAB, Extended/LAB, Blocker/LE, Blocker/VCA
Factory setting: Mini LAB
This parameter sets the system configuration where the ICE-1000 is connected.
Blocker/LAB and Blocker/LE should be selected when the ICE-1000NT (with no tracing unit
equipped) is used.
Blocker/VCA should be selected for special models.
2) ID No.: 0 to 9999
Factory setting: 32
This parameter sets the ID No. for multiple ICE-1000 units in a network. Set any number
from 0 to 9999 as an identification number.
3) Server No.: 0 to 9999
Factory setting: 32
This parameter sets the ID No. for the host device that is the server on a network. Set any
number from 0 to 9999.
4) Baud rate: 38400, 9600
Factory setting: 38400
This parameter sets the communication speed (Baud rate) for data communication using
EDGER 1 and EDGER 2 ports.
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5) Tracer: Inside, Outside
Factory setting: Inside
This parameter sets the tracer from which shape data is imported.
Ordinarily, never change the parameter setting from Inside. Outside is only for the ICE1000NT (without the tracing unit equipped). Setting the parameter to Outside disables the
operator from loading shape data from the built-in tracing unit.
6) Language: Japanese, English, French
Factory setting: English
This parameter sets the language displayed. Select from Japanese, English, or French.
7) Blocking counter: Numeric value
Factory setting: 0
This parameter shows the numbers of blocked lenses.
To clear the number of blocked lenses, select the Clear or Cancel button of the “Do you want
to clear a clocking counter?” message that is displayed by pressing the corresponding setting button to the Blocking counter parameter.
[Parameter description: Parameter 2 screen]
8) Cup Mode: STD, Pliable, Mini, Nano
Factory setting: STD
This parameter sets the lens cup.
Selecting STD makes the following two functions available:
• The cup mark can be changed in shape by setting the Full eye minimum size, Minimum
edging H size and Minimum edging V size parameters.
• The cup mark is automatically switched between the standard cup mark and that for halfeye lenses in accordance with lens layout data.
When Nano, Mini, or Pliable is selected, the displayed cup mark does not change in size. In
addition, the above three parameter settings do not take effect.
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CONNECTION AND SETTINGS: Setting Parameters
9) Full eye minimum size: 25.0 to 35.0 mm
Factory setting: 30.0 mm
This parameter sets the minimum diameter of the lenses (when the standard cup is used)
that can be processed by a lens edger. Set any value from 25.0 to 35.0 mm (in increments of
0.1 mm) according to the lens edger.
10) Minimum edging H size: 15.0 to 30.0 mm
Factory setting: 22.0 mm
This parameter sets the minimum horizontal length of half-eye lenses that can be processed
by a lens edger. Set any value from 15.0 to 30.0 mm (in increments of 0.1 mm) according to
the lens edger.
11) Minimum edging V size: 15.0 to 30.0 mm
Factory setting: 20.0 mm
This parameter sets the minimum vertical length of half-eye lenses that can be processed by
a lens edger. Set any value from 15.0 to 30.0 mm (in increments of 0.1 mm) according to the
lens edger.
12) Groove Depth: 0 to 0.8 mm
Factory setting: 0.3
This parameter is for setting the default groove depth displayed when the Depth numeric
button is pressed.
Set any value from 0 to 0.8 mm (in increments of 0.1 mm).
13) Groove Width: 0.6 to 1.2 mm
Factory setting: 0.6
This parameter is for setting the default groove width displayed when the Width numeric button is pressed.
Set any value from 0.6 to 1.2 mm (in increments of 0.1 mm).
14) Drill Bit Diameter: 0.5 to 5.0 mm
Factory setting: 0.8
This parameter is for setting the default diameter of holes when the DIA numeric button is
pressed to use the hole position edit function.
Set the parameter in accordance with the diameter of the drill of the lens edger to obtain the
hole of the minimum diameter.
Set any value from 0.5 to 5.0 mm (in increments of 0.1 mm).
15) Flute Length: 1.0 to 10.0 mm
Factory setting: 6.0
This parameter is for setting the maximum hole depth when the hole position edit function is
used.
Set the parameter in accordance with the length of the drill of the lens edger.
Set any value from 1.0 to 10.0 mm (in increments of 0.1 mm).
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16) Slot coordinate mode: Center, Edge
Factory setting: Center
Selects the reference points either from
center or edge when entering the coordinates of slotted holes or the distance
between the hole and notch.
Center
Edge
[Parameter description: Parameter 3 screen]
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17) Layout preset: –5.0 to 5.0mm
Factory setting: 2.0 mm
This parameter sets the default of the height of the optical center. Set any value from –5.0 to
5.0mm (in increments of 0.1 mm).
18) Optical center height input: Necessary, Unnecessary
Factory setting: Necessary
This parameter sets whether the height of the optical center value should be fixed or not
when the ICE-1000 imports traced data on condition that the ICE-1000 displays no layout
data on the screen.
When the parameter is set to Necessary, it is necessary to modify the height of the optical
center value after traced data is imported from a tracer (the corresponding button is displayed in yellow).
When the parameter is set to Unnecessary, it is unnecessary to modify the height of the optical center value (the corresponding button is displayed in green).
19) Prog. EP input: Necessary, Unnecessary
Factory setting: Necessary
This parameter sets whether or not to let the operator confirm an EP value when entering
layout data for progressive power lenses with Point Mark mode.
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CONNECTION AND SETTINGS: Setting Parameters
When the parameter is set to Necessary, the data is shown by a numeric button on a yellow
background except when JOB data is imported from built-in memory. Unless the EP value
on the yellow background is modified or confirmed, the intelligent blocker prohibits the operator from blocking or saving the JOB data.
To set EP values for each individual JOB data, set the parameter to Necessary. This prevents an error in position of a blocked lens cup caused by not modifying or confirming the EP
value.
20) Diopter step: 0.01, 0.12, 0.25
Factory setting: 0.25
This parameter sets the increments of SPH and CYL among 0.01, 0.12, and 0.25 D.
The setting of 0.01 is only for adjustment. Do not select it for normal use.
21) Polish/S.B setting: LEX, SE/ME
Factory setting: LEX
This parameter sets whether the lens edge is polished and/or safety-beveled with the lens
edger. Select LEX or SE/ME according to the lens edger to be used.
The selectable options for polishing and safety beveling differ depending on this parameter
setting:
Setting
Polishing
Safety beveling
LEX
Non-Pol, Polish
Non-S.B, S.B
SE/ME
When safety beveling mode is designated:
Non-Pol, Polish, Pol (EDG), Pol (S.B)
When safety beveling mode is not designated:
Non-Pol, Polish
Non-S.B, Small, Middle,
Large, Special
22) Manual Mode Scale: 0.0, 1.0, 2.0, 3.0
Factory setting: 2.0
Select the spacing between horizontal lines of the alignment scale from among 0, 1.0 mm,
2.0 mm, and 3.0 mm that is displayed on the layout screen with the MANUAL designated.
When 0 mm is selected, the scale is not displayed.
23) Alignment mark V size: 0.0, 1.0, 2.0
Factory setting: 2.0
Select the height of the alignment scale (horizontally long ellipse), displayed on the layout
screen when MANUAL is selected, from 0 mm, 1.0 mm and 2.0 mm. When 0 mm is
selected, the horizontally long ellipse becomes a straight line.
24) Auto JOB# Increment: EXEC, NONE
Factory setting: EXEC
This parameter is effective only on the ICE-1000NT (without the tracking unit equipped).
25) Lens Holding Time: 0.0 to 5.0 sec.
This parameter is for setting the time period for the holder arm to remain at rest at the lowest
position in the range of 0.0 to 5.0 seconds.
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CONNECTION AND SETTINGS: Setting Parameters
This parameter allows the operator who are holding the lens with hands during blocking to
release hands from the lens at the lowest position by stopping the holder arm with the lens
blocked with the lens cup.
In the case of the setting of 0.0 to 3.0 seconds:
The holder arm returns to the original position after it has stopped for the set period of time.
In the case of the setting of 3.1 seconds or longer:
The parameter is set to “STOP”
After blocking, the holder arm remains at rest at the lowest position.
Press the on-screen UP button or Block button
to return the holder arm to the original position.
26) JOB Code Input Interface: TENKEY, KEYPAD
This parameter is for selecting TENKEY (numeric keypad) or KEYPAD (keyboard) to enter
the JOB#.
KEYPAD must be selected to enter both alphabetic and numeric characters as the JOB#.
27) PTN Code Input Interface: TENKEY, KEYPAD
This parameter is for selecting TENKEY (numeric keypad) or KEYPAD (keyboard) to enter
the PTN#.
KEYPAD must be selected to enter both alphabetic and numeric characters as the PTN#.
• To use the JOB# or PTN# including alphabets, all connected instruments must be updated
for this function.
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CONNECTION AND SETTINGS: Connection
4.2
4.2.1
Connection
Connection samples
Connect a lens edger and/or LAN cable etc. to the ICE-1000.
CAUTION • Confirm that all instruments are turned off before connecting them to the ICE-1000.
{ Mini LAB system
In this small- or middle-scale system, the ICE-1000 serves as a data server. Tracing is performed with
the ICE-1000.
LEX Drill
LEX-1000
ICE-1000
The optional barcode scanner is also available.
ÇmÇs
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• In the Mini LAB system, the ICE-1000 can set the grooving specifications when the ME1000 or SE-9090 Express/AHM-1000 system is connected as a lens edger.
CONNECTION AND SETTINGS: Connection
Method of connection to the ICE-1000:
LEX-1000
ICE-1000
RS-232C Cable
EDGER 1
LEX Drill
RS-232C Cable
COM1
Drill
COM1
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CONNECTION AND SETTINGS: Connection
4.2.2
Setting the ICE-1000
Set the ICE-1000 according to the system configuration as:
Parameter
Mini LAB
Edger port
LAN port
RS232
Entry LAB
Extended LAB
ID No.
ID No. of the ICE-1000: 32
–
ID No. of the ICE-1000:
(Any number except for the Server
No.)
Sever No.
ID No. of the ICE-1000: 32
–
ID No. of the server:
32
38400
–
–
Never change the factory setting.*2
Baud rate
38400
Mac Address*1
–
IP
Address*1
–
–
Never change the
factory setting.*2
Set the parameter
uniquely for each
–
individual ICE-1000.*3
Set the parameter uniquely for
each individual ICE-1000.*3
Set the parameter uniquely for
Host IP
Address*1
–
–
–
Mask*1
–
Set the parameter
uniquely for each
–
Sub Net
individual ICE-1000.*6
Gate Way*1
–
–
–
Host Port No*1
–
–
–
each individual ICE-1000.*3
(IP Address of the server)
Set the parameter uniquely for
each individual ICE-1000.*3
Set the parameter uniquely for
each individual ICE-1000.*3
55555*4
*1: Set the parameter on the Network screen of the ICE-1000.
*2: Never change the factory setting of Mac Address that had been set uniquely for each individual
ICE-1000 before shipment.
*3: Set these parameters in accordance with the network to which the ICE-1000 is connected.
*4: When the NIDEK-produced PC server software is used, set the host port No. to “55555”. When the
other server software is used, set the host port No. to the port No. of the used software.
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5.
5.1
SPECIFICATIONS AND ACCESSORIES
Safety Features
To ensure safe use, the ICE-1000 is provided with the following features.
<Blocking pressure detection function>
Even if fingers are caught between the cup holder and the lens, a blocking pressure higher
than the specified pressure is never applied against the fingers to protect them from injury.
<Blocking arm stopping function>
Even if the Block button
is pressed and the cup holder arm is advanced without a lens
on the lens cup, the holder arm will be stopped at the specified position by a sensor to protect the ICE-1000 from damage.
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SPECIFICATIONS AND ACCESSORIES: Specifications
5.2
Specifications
{ Lens Measuring Unit
•
Method
•
Maximum lens diameter
Imaging of reflected image (Lens outline imaging)
Imaging of projected image (ALM function)
80 mm diameter
•
Camera
CMOS color camera (Lens outline imaging)
CMOS black and white camera (ALM function)
•
Display
8.4-inch Color Liquid Crystal Display, 800 × 600 pixels
•
Layout mode
Single, Multi, Progressive
•
Items of lens layout FPD (or DBL)
PD (or 1/2PD)
Axis (Cylinder axis angle of the lens)
EP (Height of the eye point for far vision (for progressive power lenses)
Size (Size compensation value)
Lens material (Plastic lens, plastic lens with high refractive index, glass lens, polycarbonate lens,
and acrylic lens)
Frame type (Metal frame, celluloid frame, nylor frame, and two-point frame)
Designations in processing (Polishing and/or safety beveling modes)
Job code (JOB#)
•
Range of data for lens layout
FPD
30.0 to 99.50 mm (in increments of 0.01 mm)
PD
30.0 to 99.50 mm (in increments of 0.01 mm)
1/2PD
15.0 to 49.75 mm (in increments of 0.01 mm)
Height of optical center
0 to ±15.0 mm (in increments of 0.1 mm)
SIZE
•
0 to ±10.00 mm (in increments of 0.01 mm)
ALM function
Range of power measurement
SPH: -10 D to +10 D, CYL: 0 D to ±6 D
Accuracy of measured optical center
±0.5 mm (when SPH is 1 D or more with the CYL+ and CYL– modes)
Accuracy of measured cylinder axis (axis)
±1° (when CYL is 1 D or more)
•
Blocking
Blocking method
Motorized blocking method
Blocking pressure
3 kgf
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SPECIFICATIONS AND ACCESSORIES: Specifications
{ Tracing Unit
•
Tracing method
•
Traceable size
•
Automatic 3-D binocular tracing
Frame
ø18 to ø92 (vertically ø18 to ø66)
Pattern
ø18 to ø92 (vertically ø14.5 to ø66)
FPD measurement function
Available
•
Setting of stylus
•
Measurement accuracy
Switchable between automatic and semiautomatic
•
Frame tracing ±0.05 mm (circumference error with
45 standard frame)
Pattern tracing ±0.1 mm (circumference error with
45 standard pattern)
Measuring time
Automatic tracing of both-eye lenses
30 seconds
Pattern tracing 20 seconds
{ Other Functions
•
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Frame memory function
Folder number : 500
Data in the folder : 1000
* Depends on the capacity of the connecting USB flash drive.
•
Interface function
Three built-in RS-232C ports
PORT 1
For connection with a (first) lens edger
PORT 2
For connection with a (second) lens edger
PORT 3
For connection with a barcode scanner
LAN
One built-in LAN (10BASE-T) port
{ Dimensions and Weight etc.
•
Dimensions
325 (W) ×510 (D) × 345 (H) mm
•
Weight
Approx. 23 kg (main body of ICE-1000 only)
•
Power source
AC100 to 120V ± 10%, 200 to 240V ± 10%, 50/60 Hz
•
Power consumption 100 VA
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SPECIFICATIONS AND ACCESSORIES: Specifications
{ Environmental Conditions (in use)
•
Temperature
+5 to +45ºC
•
Humidity
+5 to +31ºC : 30 to 80%
+31 to +40ºC : 30% at the minimum and 80% (+31ºC) to 50% (+40ºC) changes linearly at the
maximum
•
Atmospheric pressure
700 to 1060 hPa
•
Altitude
Up to 1000 m at sea level
{ Environmental Conditions (in transport and storage)
•
Temperature
–25 to +70ºC
•
Humidity
10 to 95%
•
Atmospheric pressure
700 to 1060 hPa
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SPECIFICATIONS AND ACCESSORIES: Standard Configuration
5.3
5.3.1
Standard Configuration
Standard accessories
• Lens table for frame changing
1 unit
• Pattern setting unit
1 unit
• Standard frame
1 unit
• Standard pattern
1 unit
• Frame change holder
1 unit
• Power cord
1 unit
• Touch pen
1 unit
• RS-232C cable
1 unit
• Blower
1 unit
• Spare fuses
2 units
• USB flash drive
1 unit
• Accessory case
1 unit
• Operator's manual
1 volume
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SPECIFICATIONS AND ACCESSORIES: Standard Configuration
5.3.2
Optional accessories
• Barcode scanner
• RS-232C cable
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6.
INDEX
Numerics
L
1/2PD
LAN port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Layout mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 11, 45
LCD touch screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Lens holder button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Lens material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9, 38
Lens table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Lens type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 11, 37
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
A
AXIS
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 44
B
Barcode scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Block button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Blocking arm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Both-eye tracing button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
M
Magnification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Mini LAB system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27, 96
C
Cup holder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Cup mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
O
Optical center height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Optical center mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
D
DBL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Drilling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
F
FPD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, 41
Frame change holder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Frame type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Fuse holder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
G
Grooving
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
P
Pattern setting unit stand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Pattern setting unit support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Pattern tracing pin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
PD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, 42
Polishing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10, 39
Processing mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
R
Right/Left indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, 12
Right-eye tracing button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Rim clips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
S
H
I
Safety beveling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10, 40
Save . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Soft mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Soft processing mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Stylus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Information bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Inlet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
U
Height of optical center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Hole prevention area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Hole setting range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
USB port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
J
JOB#
6
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