B02-T157N
SERVICE MANUAL
Panoramic Radiograph
Bel-Cypher N
SAFETY INSTRUCTION TO SERVICE PERSONNEL
• Be sure to read this “Service Manual” before starting repair work.
• Be sure to keep this “Service Manual” handy while performing repair work.
TAKARA BELMONT CORPORATION
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Before Starting Repair Work
Please be sure to read this “Service Manual” before starting repair work and fully understand the
contents. Some repair works involve risks in adjustment, confirmation, etc. So be very careful about
the safety when performing such works. The repair works shall be performed by a qualified personnel or
a person who completed the training specialized in repair at our company.
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CONTENTS
01. INTRODUCTION
01-1/1
02. WARNINGS
02-1/6
03. PREPARATION FOR REPAIR WORK
03-1/1
04. SPECIFICATION
04-1/2
05. EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS
05-1/1
06. TROUBLESHOOTING
06-1/23
07. RESPONSE TO ERROR MESSAGE
07-1/18
08. PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT DRAWING
08-1/5
09. PART LIST
09-1/14
10. MAINTENANCE CHECK
10-1/2
11. How to use ExCap.exe
11-1/4
12. How to create Calib data
12-1/1
13. Initial Value setting of image process
13-1/4
14. Change IP address
14-1/6
15. Explanation of BEL_CYPHER_C.ini
15-1/1
16. CONTACT INFORMATION
16-1/1
17. REVISED RECORD OF THIS MANUAL
17-1/1
APPENDIX : ELECTRIC BLOCK DIAGRAM
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01. INTRODUCTION
1. Before starting repair work, be sure to read Operation Manual of the equipment.
2. The operating procedure of panoramic radiography forms the basis of all operations. So become fully
familiar with its procedure before taking other radiograph.
3. Be sure to observe the warnings and prohibited matters in the body of this Service Manual strictly.
4. Read this Service Manual from the beginning in the order it is written. If you read from the middle of this
manual and do the repair work, it may cause an accident, breakage of this equipment etc. due to an
incorrect repair work.
5. If you find any unclear point during a repair work, read this Service Manual again to check about it and
restart the repair work.
6. Exemption from Responsibility
Be sure to observe the contents of Service Manual. The accident and breakage of this equipment due
to an incorrect repair work are out of the scope of our responsibilities.
7.
Warranty Period for Equipment
The warranty period is three years from the date of purchase. The charge-free warranty will be applied
only to the cases where breakage, failure, etc. of this equipment occurred through normal use.
8. Available Period for Repair Parts and Service Parts
The repair parts and service parts are available for 10 years after discontinuing this product.
10. The disinstallation and disposal of equipment are within the scope of responsibilities of the customer. In
the case to disinstall the equipment, consult with the dealer you purchased from or with us.
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02. WARNINGS
WARNING
When you perform a repair work, read this “Service Manual” and follow its instructions.
If repaired wrongly, it may cause a breakage of the equipment or an accident.
Especially, be sure to comply with the instructions following the signal words DANGER, WARNING
and CAUTION.
NOTE
In this “Service Manual”, the meanings of signal words are defined as follows:
DANGER
Indicates a direct risk that is predicted to result in death or serious injury, serious property damage
such as total loss of equipment and fire if you do not avoid it.
WARNING
Indicates an indirect risk that is predicted to result in death or serious injury, serious property
damage such as total loss of equipment and fire if you do not avoid it.
CAUTION
Indicates a risk that has a potential to result in minor injury or moderate injury, partial damage of
equipment and extinction of computer data if you do not avoid it.
NOTE
Indicates helpful information in using this equipment.
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DANGER
Liquids on this equipment will cause electric shock accident or equipment damage.
This equipment is electric equipment. Keep liquids away from this equipment.
DANGER
Shock hazard. This equipment is electric equipment and has some high-voltage portions inside.
Turn off the power of equipment and unplug power cable from electrical outlet before opening cover of
equipment for repair work.
DANGER
Some repair works involve risks. Only qualified or trained persons may do repair works.
DANGER
Some repair works involve risks. Service personnel must give instructions to outsiders to stay away from
repair work area.
WARNING
Do not make alterations to medical electronics equipment!
Alterations by user are prohibited.
Also, relevant pharmaceutical affairs law imposes following regulations on manufacturers.
That is, medical equipments need item-specific approval for manufacture, and “application for partial
modification approval” is required when making functional changes in medical equipments.
So unauthorized alterations are prohibited.
WARNING
Radiation Protection in Dentistry
Comply with the contents of each clause regarding protection against radiation exposure prescribed in
relevant medical regulations when installing and using dental X-ray equipments.
WARNING
This equipment for radiograph can cause hazard to service personnel if safe exposure conditions and how
to use are not complied with.
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WARNING
Be sure to sterilize equipment portions to be touched by patient or operator before starting repair work.
After completing the repair work, sterilize equipment portions touched by service personnel.
WARNING
While repairing, do not place anything that can be an obstacle within the range of equipment.
WARNING
To avoid damages to equipment, measuring instruments, etc. and electric shock, service personnel must
not remove covers of equipment except when necessary.
WARNING
To avoid damages to equipment, measuring instruments, etc. and electric shock, turn off power of
equipment and take extra care not to short-circuit with other circuit when connecting lead wire of measuring
instrument to a circuit within the equipment during repair work.
WARNING
To avoid damages to equipment, measuring instruments, etc. and electric shock, be sure to turn off power
of equipment and use the parts specified by us when replacing machine parts and electric parts of the
equipment.
WARNING
To avoid X-ray exposure due to carelessness, be sure to install lead plate for X-ray protection on
X-radiation aperture of X-ray generator when radiating X-rays during repair work.
WARNING
Be sure to use positioning attachment specified for each exposure mode when positioning patient.
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WARNING
Be sure to make patient and nursing attendant to wear X-ray protective clothing. (Nursing attendant in this
sentence means a person allowed by doctor.)
WARNING
Be sure to operate X-ray exposure switch from outside of X-ray room.
WARNING
Operator must instruct patient not to move while X-raying.
WARNING
Watch patient, nursing attendant and equipment constantly while X-raying, and release X-ray exposure
switch immediately if you find something abnormal.
WARNING
Contact the dealer you purchased from when scraping this equipment.
WARNING
After completing repair work, be sure to turn OFF power for safety.
CAUTION
When X-raying patient after completing repair work, take extra care for patient safety when positioning
patient.
CAUTION
Damage etc. inside X-ray generator cannot be repaired on site. Depending on service personnel’s
judgment, the equipment will be returned to factory for repair or replacement.
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WARNING
Responsibility for managing the use and maintenance of medical equipments lies with the user (hospital or
clinic). This equipment must be used by doctor or qualified person only.
As repair or check inside equipment involves risks, contact the company you purchased from.
WARNING
When earthquake warning is issued, do not use this equipment.
After an earthquake, be sure to conduct maintenance check of the equipment and confirm no abnormality
before use. Default of the check and/or confirmation can harm patient.
WARNING
Be sure to set up X-ray examination room and install the equipment body in the X-ray examination room.
WARNING
Do not place anything that can be an obstacle within the range of equipment movement.
WARNING
X-raying and approach to equipment must be done under the responsibility of user when repairer, patient,
or nursing attendant allowed by doctor has a pacemaker etc.
WARNING
Be sure to use positioning attachment specified for each exposure mode when positioning patient.
WARNING
Be sure to make patient and nursing attendant to wear X-ray protective clothing.
(Nursing attendant in this sentence means a person allowed by doctor.)
WARNING
Operator must instruct patient not to move while X-raying.
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WARNING
Be sure to sterilize and disinfect equipment portions touched by patient or operator after X-raying and at
daily closing time.
WARNING
Contact our sales office near you when scraping this equipment.
WARNING
After using equipment, be sure to turn OFF power for safety.
WARNING
Keep everyone out of X-ray room except repairer when radiating X-rays for repair.
WARNING
To avoid equipment failure, do not rotate arm by hand.
WARNING
Keep patient unmoved until arm reset operation completed after X-raying.
CAUTION
Take extra care for patient safety when positioning patient.
CAUTION
Take extra care for patient safety when moving sliding unit up and down.
CAUTION
Do not look straight at positioning laser beam for your safety. Also, give this caution to patient and nursing
attendant.
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03. PREPARATION FOR REPAIR WORK
1. Manuals
• This Service Manual on Bel-Cypher N
• Operation Manual on Bel-Cypher N
2. Measuring Equipments
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Digital multi-meter
Oscilloscope
Lead wire for measurement
Insulation-resistance meter
X-ray detecting paper
Scale
3. Tools
1) Phillips-head screwdrivers (Large-size and small-size)
2) Flathead screwdriver (Small-size, insulated-type)
3) Box drivers (for M3, 4, 5, 6 screws)
4) Hexagonal wrench (a set of wrenches)
5) Nipper
6) Long-nose pliers
7) Electric soldering iron (insulated-type), solder
8) Taps for thread
9) Tap handle
10) Electric drill
11) Drill
12) Crimp tool (for crimping terminal)
4. Jigs for Adjustment
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Test piece for Bel-Cypher N
Lead plate with thickness of 3mm or more (for X-ray protection)
Brass plate filter
Aluminum filter with thickness of 35mm
X-ray detecting paper
5. Repair and Service Parts
1) Depending the contents of repair, please prepare necessary boards, parts, wire harness, etc.
6. Other
1)
2)
3)
4)
Depending the contents of repair, please prepare screws, nuts, crimping terminals, grease, etc.
Alcohol for disinfection
Cloth
Clearing solvent
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04. SPECIFICATION
Panoramic Radiograph
Product Name
Model Name
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Power Voltage
Power Capacity
High Voltage
Generator
X-ray Tube Voltage
X-ray Tube Current
Exposure Control
X-ray Tube
X-ray Tube Focus
Total Filtration
120Vac 60Hz
11A
High-frequency inverter system (100kHz)
60kV∼ 80kV (1kV step)
2 to 8mA (2mA step)
Manual
D-052SB (made by Toshiba Corp.)
0.5mm
2.8mmAl (minimum)
Panoramic
radiography
Exposure Mode
Magnification
Beam for Patient
Positioning
Dimensions (mm)
Weight
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Child
TMJ Lateral 4 sections
Panoramic
Bitewing
Exposure Time
Adult
Panorama
Panoramic
Bitewing
TMJLateral 4
sections
Panorama
Panoramic
Bitewing
TMJ Lateral 4
sections
Adult
Child
: 10 sec
: 4.6 sec
: 2.5 sec (X4)
: 1.2 to1.3
: 1.2 to 1.3
: 1.2
3 beams
W: 906×D:1,126×H:2,200
Approx. 364lb(165kg)
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System Requirements
Temperature : 5 ∼ 35°C
Humidity
: 30 ∼ 85%
Pressure
: 700 ∼ 1060 hPa
Storage Environment
Temperature : −10 ∼ 60°C
Humidity
: 10 ∼ 95%
Pressure
: 700 ∼ 1060 hPa
Transportation Environment
Temperature : −10 ∼ 60°C
Humidity
: 10 ∼ 95%
Pressure
: 700 ∼ 1060 hPa
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05. EQUIPMENT COMPONENTS
Block Diagrams
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6. TROUBLESHOOTING
6.1 Unable to Turn On Power
6.2.Arm doesn’t rotate
6.3.Y-axis doesn’t Move
6.4. Tube Temperature Error, Unable to irradiate X-Ray
6.5.Positioning Beam doesn’t Lit
6.6. Unable to Irradiate X-rays
6.7. Exposure Switch doesn’t work
6.8. Communication Error between PC and Main CPU Board
6.9. Sliding unit doesn't move up or down
6.10. Saving a file takes long time.
6.11. Horizontal lines at equal interval on the image
6.12. Lines on the top and bottom portion of the image
6.13. Upper or bottom portion of the image is not displayed
6.14. The image stretches from the certain point
6.15. Shrank dentition in the image
6.16. Vertical lines on the image
6.17. Nothing is shown in the image
6.18. How to adjust X-ray exposure field
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6.1 Unable to Turn On Power
Follow “OK” if problem is not resolved
NG
Does circuit protector in the rotation unit on “|”side?
OK
Refer (09-9.1<133>:F1,F2)
Unplug Power code. Measure the resistance NG
value between CP1 –CPGG. Does resistance
value exceed 100 ohm?
OK
Move the position of circuit
protector to “|” side
Check the resistance value of each line
that exceeds 100 ohm by disconnecting
connector on CPU Board
Refer (09-9.3<302>:CPU Board)
(07-7.2 2:Check Pin)
NG
Check F1 on CPU Board
OK
Refer (07-7.2 1:F1)
Check the voltage between
CP1&CPGG(+24Vdc) on CPU Board
OK
NG
NG
Refer(07-7.8:Block Diagram A)
Replace Power Board 5
OK
Refer (09-2/12<140>:Power Board 5)
Replace Switching Power Supply Unit
Refer (09-2/12<135>:Switching Power Supply)
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Replace CPU Board
Refer(07-7.2 2:Check Pin)
Check connection between Switching Power
Supply Unit and CPU Board
OK
Replace CPU Board
Secure connections
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6.2.
.Arm doesn’t rotate
Check the Structure of Rotation Mechanism
Refer(09-9.1<0103>:Gear)
NG
Confirm that grease is properly applied on Gear(No.0103)
Apply grease on Gear
OK
Check the connection of wires
and connectors between motor,
sensor and motor board
OK
NG
Secure connections
Refer (09-9.1<101>:Motor,<127>:sensor,<136>:Driver)
(08-1.1)
(07-7.8:Block Diagram B)
Check the movement of photo
micro sensor. Is the surface of a NG
sensor clean?
OK Refer (09-9.1<127>:sensor)
Clean the surface of a sensor.
Or replace a sensor.
Check the resistance value
between two pins (BK-BL,
NG
BL-RD, RD-OR, OR-GN &
GN-BK) Are resistance values
the same?
OK Refer (09-9.1<101>:Motor)
NG
Replace Rotation Driver
Replace Rotation Motor
Refer (09-9.1<136>:Driver)
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Replace CPU Board
Refer (09-9.3<302>:CPU Board)
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6.3.
.Y-axis Doesn’t Move
Check ball screw on Y-axis
Rotate No.0120 by hand
confirms that No.116 moves
Refer(09-9.1<115>:all screw)
NG
and
Tighten set screws that fix No.0120.
Confirms that No.0116 moves.
OK
While checking above, confirms that
No.116 smoothly moves back and forth
OK
Hex head screws
NG
Slightly loosen hex head screws that fix
No.0115. Refer left drawing.
*Do not loosen screws completely. Loosen
screws to the extent No 1116 moves when
force is applied
Rotates No.0120 by hand until No.0116
smoothly moves back and forth.
Then tighten hex head screws that fix
No.0115
Check the connection of wires
and connectors between motor,
sensor and motor board
NG
Secure connections
OK
Refer (09-9.1<121>:Motor,<124>:sensor,<136>:Driver)
(08-1.1)
(07-7.8:Block Diagram C)
Check the movement of photo
micro sensor. Is the surface of a NG
Clean the surface of a sensor.
sensor clean?
Or replace a sensor.
OK
Refer (09-9.1<124>:sensor)
Check the resistance value
between two pins (BK-BL, BL-RD,
RD-OR, OR-GN & GN-BK) Are
resistance values the same?
NG
Replace Rotation Motor
OK
Refer (09-2/12<121>:Motor)
NG
Replace CPU Board
Replace Y-Axis Driver
Refer (09-9.1<136>:Driver)
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Refer (09-9.3<302>:CPU Board)
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6.4. Tube Temperature Error, Unable to irradiate X-Ray
Does LED D14 on CPU Board lit up?
OK
NG
Replace CPU Board
Refer (09-9.1<302>:CPU Board)
NG
Confirm the connection between CN4 and 14 pin on
CPU Board
OK
Secure connections
Refer (09-9.1<302>:CPU Board)
(07-7.8:Block Diagram D)
NG
Measure Tube Temperature
OK
Refer (09-9.2<201>:X-ray GENERATOR)
Replace Thermal Sensor
Refer (09-9.2<215>:Thermal Guard)
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Wait till Tube Temperature
cools down
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6.5.
.Positioning Beam Doesn’t Lit
Unplug Power code. Measure the
resistance value between CP4–CPCG NG
on CPU Board. Does resistance value
NO
exceed 500 ohm?
OK
Refer (09-9.1<302>:CPU Board)
Check the voltage between
CP4&CPCG (+3.5Vdc) on CPU Board
OK
Check the resistance value of each
line that exceeds 500 ohm by
disconnecting connector connected to
laser marking projector.
NG
Replace CPU Board
Refer (09-9.1<302>:CPU Board)
Confirm connection between CPU NG
Board and each laser marking
projectors
OK
Refer (07-7.8:Block Diagram E)
Secure connections
Replace laser marking projector that doesn’t lit
Refer (09-9.3<303>,09-9.4<401>,<402>: Laser marking projector)
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6.6. Unable to Irradiate X-rays
Confirms X-Ray exposure field. Irradiate X-Ray on fluorescent
screen placed in front of X-ray generator
OK
Is Red LED on Inverter Board
“ON”? “LED on” is NG
NG
Check the Fuse (F1) on
Inverter Board
OK
OK
Confirm connections
between Inverter Board
and X-Ray generator
CN4,1~F0
CN4,2~F1
CN4,3~F2
Confirms connection of
wire harnesses and
connectors on CN6 line
(Inverter Board and
CPU Board)
NG
Replace Inverter Board
Refer (09-9.2<202>:inverter Board)
(07-7.3:Fuse)
NG
Secure connections
OK
At the Ready condition, check the
incoming voltage between 1 & 3 pin
on CN3. Is incoming Voltage OK?
OK
NG
Refer (07-7.3:Connector)
NG
Check Circuit Protector F1 & F2
on Rotation section
OK
(07-7.8:Block Diagram
How to adjust X-ray exposure field
Refer (6.19)
Are wiring connections on Inverter
Board OK?
Refer (07-7.3:Connector)
OK
NG
F)
Move circuit Protector to
“|” side
Refer (09-2/12<133>: Circuit Protector)
At the Ready condition, does D15
lit up?
NG
Refer (09-9.3<302>:CPU Board)
(07-7.2 3:LED)
NG
At the Ready condition, does
Replace CPU Board
OK
Secure connections
+24Vdc come on both ends of D3
on power Board5?
Check wire harness between
CPU Board and Power Board 5
Refer(09-9.1<140>:Power Board 5)
Refer (07-7.8:Block Diagram
(07-7.4:D3)
NG
Does K-C relay on Power Board
Replace Power Board 5
OK
G)
work at the Ready Condition?
OK
Refer(07-7.4:K-C relay)
Check Incoming AC Lines, check
connectors on AC Lines
NG
Maintain wirings of
Incoming AC Lines
OK
Check the voltage between CP13
– CPCG on CPU Board
(Voltage should be)
60kV:3.00Vdc(±0.02V)
70kV:3.50Vdc(±0.02V)
80kV:4.00Vdc(±0.02V)
OK
Replace CPU Board
Refer(07-7.2 2:Check Pin)
*B) Check the voltage between
CP14 – CPCG on CPU Board
(Voltage should be)
2mA:0.80Vdc(±0.10V)
4mA:2.00Vdc(±0.20V)
6mA:3.00Vdc(±0.30V)
8mA : 4.00Vdc(±0.40V)
OK
NG
NG
Replace CPU Board
Refer(07-7.2 2:Check Pin)
Replace Inverter Board
Refer (09-9.2<202>:Inverter Board)
NG
Replace X-Ray generator
Refer(09-9.2<201>:X-Ray generator)
Remarks: *A) If Circuit Protector is returned to “|”, always check *B).
When part is replaced, always confirms Tube current and feedback voltage of X-ray tube.
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6.7. Exposure Switch doesn’t work
NG
Does LED
CPU Board lit up?
YES D22 on(09-2/12<115>参照)
Replace CPU Board
OK Refer (09-9.1<302>:CPU Board)
(07-7.2 3:LED)
Keep on pushing ON/OFF of an
Exposure switch. Check with
Multi Meter.
NG
Replace Exposure Switch
OK
Confirm
connection
between
Exposure switch and CPU Board
Refer (07-7.8:Block Diagram H)
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NG
Secure connections of wire
harness and connectors
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6.8. Communication Error between PC and Main CPU Board
Is power indicator (LED) on switching HUB on?
OK
NG
OK
Do you measure 12Vdc between CP7 &
CP4 on RS232C/LAN BOARD?
NG
Do you measure 24Vdc between CP7 &
CP4 on RS232C/LAN BOARD?
Replace the cable between
RS232C/LAN BOARD and
HUB
SW HUB
OK
Replace RS232C/LAN
BOARD
OK
Replace the cable between
RS232C/LAN BOARD and
CPU BOARD
NG
Do you measure 24Vdc between 1Pin &
2Pin on CN1 connector of CPU BOARD?
NG
Replace CPU BOARD
Is LED indicator of SW HUB that is connected to
RS232C/LAN BOARD lit?
OK
NG
NG
Is conduction of LAN cable between SW
HUB & RS232C/LAN BOARD normal?
OK
Is conduction of wire harness between
RS232C/LAN BOARD & CPU BOARD
normal?
NG
Replace LAN cable
between SW HUB &
RS232C/LAN BOARD
Replace wire harness
between RS232C/LAN
BOARD & CPU BOARD
OK
Replace RS232C/LAN BOARD
Is LED indicator of SW HUB that is connected to
DEGITAL SENSOR lit?
OK
NG
NG
Is conduction of LAN cable between SW
HUB and DEGITAL SENSOR normal?
OK
Do you measure 5Vdc between check
pin CP3 & CP4 on DC-DC 2 BOARD?
OK
Do you measure 24Vdc between
check pin CP1 & CP4 on DC-DC 2
BOARD?
OK
Continue to next page
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Replace LAN cable
between SW HUB &
DEGITAL SENSOR
NG
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Do you measure 5Vdc between
check pin CP3 & CP4 on DC-DC 2
BOARD?
OK
NG
Is conduction of wire harness between
DEGITAL SENSOR & DC-DC2
BOARD normal?
LAN
OK
NG
Replace wire harness between
DEGITAL SENSOR & DC-DC 2
BOARD
Is conduction of wire harness between
DEGITAL SENSOR &CPU BOARD normal?
LAN
OK
NG
Replace wire harness between
DEGITAL SENSOR & CPU
BOARD
Do you measure 24Vdc between
check pin CP1 & CP4 on DC-DC 2
BOARD?
NG
Replace DC-DC 2 BOARD
Do you measure 24Vdc between
1Pin & 2Pin of CN8 of CPU
BOARD?
1Pin-2Pin
24Vdc
OK
NG
Replace CPU BOARD
Replace wire harness between
DC-DC 2 BOARD & CPU
BOARD
Replace DEGITAL SENSOR
Is LED indicator of SW HUB that is connected to PC lit?
OK
NG
Is conduction of LAN cable between SW HUB
and PC normal?
OK
NG
Replace LAN cable between SW HUB
& PC
Repair
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OK
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6.9. Sliding Unit doesn’t move up/down
Confirm the function of Sliding Unit
Refer 09-7/14
Do you hear the click sound to relea
se electromagnetic lock when the
button No.0409 is pushed?
OK
Replace Pulley Assy with Lock
Refer (09-6-0604:Pulley Assy with Lock)
NG
Check the voltage between 1Pin & 2Pin of
CNSM connector on CNI BOARD
OK
Refer (09-1-0139:CNI BOARD)
NG
Confirm the conduction of fuse (F2) on CNI BOARD
Refer (09-1-0139-01: F2 FUSE 4A 125V)
OK
NG
Replace a fuse (F2) on CNI BOARD
Check the voltage between 1Pin & 2Pin of
CNSM connector on POWER BOARD 5
Refer (09-1-0140:POWER BOARD 5)
Confirm the conduction of CNF connector between CNI BOARD & POWE
R BOARD 5
OK
Refer (07-7.5:Block Diagram: K)
NG
Replace CNF connector between CNI BOARD & POWER BOARD 5
Replace CNI BOARD
Confirm the conduction among CNI Board, Sliding Unit Brake,
and Sliding Unit Brake Switch
OK
Refer (07-7.5:Block Diagram: L)
NG
Replace the part that has conduction problem
OK the conduction between 1Pin & 2Pin of CNSM when the button of No.0409
Confirm
is pressed while relay connector CNSM is disconnected
Refer (09-4-0409: Handle ASSY)
OK
NG
(07-7.5:Block Diagram: N)
Replace Handle ASSY
Replace Pulley Assy with Lock
Refer (09-6-0604:Pulley Assy with Lock)
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6.10. After irradiation of X-ray, it takes long time before save file screen
Comes up
Possible
cause
Loose connection of LAN cable between PC and CMOS sensor
Check the connection of LAN cable by
using LAN tester
YES
NO
Replace LAN cable
Refer (09- 6/14<301>)
Refer (09-14/14<702>)
Insert LAN cable connector till you
hear a click sound
Possible
cause
Connected at 100Mbps
Replace NIC, Switching Hub and LAN Cable to Gigabit
type
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6.11. Horizontal lines at equal interval on the image
Possible
cause
Image is not corrected because right calib files are not used.
(Calib files for other Bel-Cypher is used)
Copy “max_data” folder stored in
calib folder in the CD supplied with
Bel-Cypher N to C:¥BelCypherN
Bel-Cypher N
NO
Create Calib files by referring to 12. How
to create Calib data
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6.12. Lines on the top and bottom portion of the image
Possible
cause
Wrong ini file is used. (ini file for other Bel-Cypher is used)
Copy “BEL_CYPHER_C.ini” stored in calib folder in supplied
Twain Driver CD to C:¥BelCypherN
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6.13. Upper or bottom portion of the image is not displayed
Possible
cause
Unable to initialize CMOS sensor
NO
Turn off / on the power of Bel-Cypher N
Bel-Cypher N
Replace CMOS sensor
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6.14. The image stretches from the certain point
Possible
cause
Rotation stops in the middle of shooting
Follow the Trouble Shooting. 6.2.Arm doesn’t rotate
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6.15. Shrank dentition in the image
Possible
cause
The movement of Y-axis is stopped in the middle of shooting
Follow the Trouble Shooting. 6.3.Y-axis Doesn’t Move
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6.16. Vertical lines on the image
Possible
cause
The mask is not properly adjusted
Follow the Trouble Shooting. Method of X-ray radiation field
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6.17. Nothing is shown in the image
Possible
cause
There is a possibility that X-ray didn't irradiate.
Follow the Trouble Shooting. 6.6. Unable to Irradiate X-rays
Possible
cause
LAN connection between PC and CMOS sensor is not stable.
NO
Confirm the light on the switching
Replace Switching HUB
HUB is lit
Refer (09- 6/14<301>)
YES
Refer (09-14/14<702>)
NO
Replace LAN cable
Check the connection of LAN cable by
using LAN tester
YES
Insert LAN cable connector till you
hear a click sound
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6.18. How to adjust X-ray exposure field
1.
Remove X-Ray Tube cover (1)
M3 screws
X-Ray Tube cover (1)
2.
Remove sensor cover (2)
Sensor cover (2)
3.
Remove the secondary slit and two shield plates
M4 screws
Secondary slit
Shield plates
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M3 screws
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4.
Attach the Jig that adjust exposure field
1 Remove two M3 screws that hold sensor
2 Fix the Jig that adjust exposure field by two knurled screws
Jig to adjust
exposure field
Line 1 (Fluorescence paper)
Knurled screws
5.
6.
Attach secondary slit
Align the center line of secondary slit with the center of line 1
Paste fluorescence paper on the secondary slit
1 Align the bottom of fluorescence paper with the bottom of secondary slit
2 Align the center of pasted fluorescence paper with the center of fluorescence paper on the Jig
Secondary slit
Fluorescence
paper
Bottom of
fluorescence paper
Bottom of secondary slit
7.
8.
9.
Turn on the power of Bel-Cypher N
Start TWAIN and choose panorama
Go into Test mode to disable arm rotation
(Hit Ctrl+Alt+T simultaneously)
10. Set exposure settings as 64kV, 8mA
11. Darken the surrounding area of sensor
(i.e. turn off the light)
12. Click READY and push exposure switch
13. Confirm the position of X-ray radiation by looking at florescence paper
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14. Adjust collimator (primary slit) to align the center of florescence paper with center of X-ray
radiation
1 Scribe the outer frame of collimator by using a pencil
2 Remove four M3 x 10 sems screws
3 Remove collimator (primary slit)
4 Thoroughly wipe collimator
5 Temporarily attach collimator along scribed line (1)
6 Adjust the error difference confirmed at "13"
7 Tighten sems screws to the extent that spring washer works
Rem: There are two types of collimators depends on manufacturing period. And adjustment methods are
different.
・Old type: Adjust exposure field by moving collimator right and left & up and down
・New type: Adjust exposure filed by moving collimator up and down. Adjust exposure field by moving
mask adjustment plate right and left.
Sems M3
Collimator
(Primary Slit)
Old Type
Sems M3 for up down adjustment
Sems M3 for right left adjustment
Collimator
(Primary Slit)
Mask
plate
New Type
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adjustment
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15. Confirm whether the center of florescence paper and center of X-ray beam are aligned or not
by irradiating X-ray
○
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
××××
*Caution: If you make more than two X-ray irradiations, irradiate X-ray for less than 3
seconds to avoid malfunction of X-ray tube
If not aligned, repeat from 13
If aligned, remove florescence paper and Jig
Fix sensor by two screws
Attach two shield plates
Attach covers
Turn the power off
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7. RESPONSE TO ERROR MESSAGE
When an error occurred in the equipment, the error message appears on the
PC Screen. Take a measure to resolve the error.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Inverter Error
Tube Temperature Error
Y Axis Motor Error
Rotation Motor Error
X-Ray Switch Error
Communication Error between PC and Main CPU
<Cypher.Cypher It occurred error when opening TCP/IP circuit.Turn on the the
power of the X-ray equipment again. err>
Communication Error. Communication is not established.(1) MSG : Sensor is
not connected
Could not read INI file, Set default.
Communication with equipment is unavailable.Confirm power on of the
equipment
The program can't start because PvDevic64.dll is missing from your computer.
Unable to load DLL"NeoDCAM64.dll"
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1. Inverter Error
Follow the Trouble Shooting 6.6. Unable to Irradiate X-rays
2. Tube Temperature Error
Follow the Trouble Shooting 6.4. Tube Temperature Error, Unable to irradiate X-Ray
3. Y Axis Motor Error
Follow the Trouble Shooting. 6.3.Y-axis Doesn’t Move
4. Rotation Motor Error
Follow the Trouble Shooting. 6.2.Arm doesn’t rotate
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5.
.X-Ray Switch Error
Follow the Trouble Shooting. 6.7 Exposure Switch doesn’t work
6.
.Communication Error between PC and Main CPU
Follow the Trouble Shooting. 6.8. Communication Error between PC and Main CPU Board
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7.
. <Cypher.Cypher It occurred error when opening TCP/IP circuit.
Turn on the the power of the X-ray equipment again. err>
Below error comes up after clicking OK on “Confirm power of the equipment”
Possible
cause
Communication failure between PC (NIC) and Bel-Cypher N (RS232C/LAN board)
Confirm that LAN cable is firmly
connected to PC
YES
Check the connection of LAN cable by
using LAN tester
NO
Replace LAN cable
Refer (09- 6/14<307>)
Refer (09-14/14<702>)
Confirm the light on the switching NO
Replace Switching HUB
HUB is lit
YES
YES
If you change the IP address, confirm
the correct IP address are written in
“BEL_CYPHER_C.ini” file by referring
14. Change IP address
NO
Is LED indicator of
LAN board lit?
Replace LAN board
Is LED indicator of
RS232C/LAN board
lit?
Replace RS232C/LAN board
Confirm IP address of NIC and RS232C/LAN board belong to the same
network class.
Default IP address of NIC: 169.254.87.101
Default IP address of RS232C/LAN board: 169.254.0.181
If they don’t belong to the same network class, change IP address
setting of NIC to obtain IP address automatically, and set IP address of
RS232C/LAN board by referring to “14. Change IP address” of this
service manual. After setting is done, set IP address of NIC to “use the
following IP address”.
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8.
. Communication Error. Communication is not established.(1)
MSG : Sensor is not connected
Below error occurs when Ready is clicked.
Possible
cause
Communication problem between PC and CMOS sensor
Confirm that LAN cable is firmly
connected to PC
YES
Check the connection of LAN cable by
using LAN tester
YES
NO
Replace LAN cable
Refer (09- 6/14<301>)
Refer (09-14/14<702>)
Confirm IP address of NIC and CMOS sensor belong to the same
network class.
Default IP address of NIC: 169.254.87.101
Default IP address of CMOS sensor: 169.254.87.181
If they don’t belong to the same network class, change IP address
setting of NIC to obtain IP address automatically, and set IP address of CMOS sensor
by referring to “14. Change IP address” of this service manual. After setting is done, set
IP address of NIC to “use the following IP address”.
NO
Confirm whether you can get an
image or not by referring to
11.ExCap
NO
Replace NIC
NO
Replace CMOS sensor
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9.
.Could not read INI file, Set default.
Below error occurs when starting TWAIN
Possible
cause
Ini file doesn’t exist in C:¥BelCypherN folder
Copy “BEL_CYPHER_C.ini”and “BelCypher_Save.ini”in calib folder of
TwainDriverCD came with Bel-Cypher N to C:¥BelCypherN
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10.
.Communication with equipment is unavailable.
Confirm power on of the equipment
Below error occurs when starting TWAIN
Possible
cause
Communication problem between PC and RS232C/LAN board
Confirm that LAN cable is firmly
connected to PC
YES
Check the connection of LAN cable by
using LAN tester
NO
Replace LAN cable
Refer (09- 6/14<307>)
Refer (09-14/14<702>)
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11. When Ready is clicked, below error occurs
*In case of 32bit OS, PvDevice.dll is missing
Possible
cause
TWAIN was installed by using LibraryCD(No.01)and TwainDriverCD(No.02~)
Uninstall following programs
(GenlCam v2.2 / DCAM-API for GigE / Bel-CypherN Twain)
Delete C:¥BelCypherN folder
Reinstall TWAIN by referring to installation manual
Possible
cause
TWAIN was installed by using LibraryCD(No.02~)and TwainDriverCD(No.01)
Uninstall following programs
(DCAM-API Drivers for GigE Cameras / Bel-CypherN Twain)
Delete C:¥BelCypherN folder
Reinstall TWAIN by referring to installation manual
Possible
cause
After uninstalling TwainDriverCD(No.001), installed TWAIN by using TwainDriverCD(No.02
~)without deleting :¥BelCypherN folder
Uninstall TwainDriverCD
Delete C:¥BelCypherN folder
Reinstall TWAIN by using TwainDriverCD
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12. Unable to load DLL"NeoDCAM64.dll"
When Ready is clicked, below error occurs
*In case of 32bit OS,NeoDCAM.dll is missing
Possible
cause
32bitOS : vcredist_x86.exe is not installed
64bitOS : vcredist_x64.exe is not installed
32bitOS :Install “vcredist_x86.exe”stored in TwainDriverCD
→”Setup_x32”→”vcredist_x86” folder
64bitOS :Install “vcredist_x64.exe”stored in TwainDriverCD
→”Setup_x64”→”vcredist_x64” folder
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7.2
CPU Board of Bel-Cypher
1. Position of connectors and fuse on CPU Board of Bel-Cypher
F3
F5
CNJ
CN6
CN5
CNM1
F2
F1
CNR
CN2
CN4
J1
CN1
CNOP
F4
CN3
CN7 CN8
Name of connector
CNJ
CN6
CN5: 1
Function
Where to be connected
+24V Input
Switching Power Supply
Inverter interface
Inverter Board
Each Sensor and Output of
power source for motor
Output of power source for
Each indicator beam
Output of control output for Y
Axis Motor
Output of control for Rotation
Motor
Signal for READY
Signal for POWER OFF
CNI BOARD
CN2
Input of Origin Sensor for
Rotation
CNI BOARD
CN2: 5
CN2: 6
CN2: 7
CN2: 13
CN4: 14 and 15
Input of Origin Sensor for Y Axis
Input of Limit Sensor for Y Axis
X-RAY ON LED (YW)
X-RAY SW signal
Input of signal for Thermal
Switch
NC
+24V
CNI BOARD
CN5: 5 and 6
CN5: 7, 8, and 9
CNM1
CNR
CN3
CN8
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CNI BOARD
POWER BOARD 5
Relay connector CNTH
NC
DC-DC 2BOARD
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CN7
CNOP
CN1: 1 and 2
CN1: 3, 4, and 5
CN1: 6 and 7
J1
Output of Power Source for
Cooling Fan of Inverter
Connector to connect with
Operation Panel for Test
Output of power source
Communication with RS232C
Output of start signal to obtain
image
Writing of inside software of
CPU
Relay connector CN7
Operation Panel for Test
CCD Sensor
NC
2. Position of Check Pin for Bel-Cypher
CPPG
CP1
CP3
CP11, CP12, CP13, and CP14 from right side
CPCG
CP2
CP6, CP7, CP8, and CP10 from right
side
CP9
Pin Number
CPCG
CPPG
CP1
CP2
CP3
CP4
CP5
Function
Ground for Signal
Ground for Power
+24 Vdc
+5 Vdc(inside of CPU Board)
+5 Vdc (For P.C.Boards outside of CPU Board)
+3.5 Vdc (For Laser Beams)
No needs to check (Circuits around CP5 are not used)
CP6
CP7
CP8
CP9
CP10
Clock signal for Y Axis Motor (Output)
Clock signal for Rotation Motor
No needs to check (Circuits around CP5 are not used)
RESET
Start signal for X-ray exposure (Output)
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CP11
CP12
CP13
CP14
Feedback signal for Tube Voltage (Input)
Feedback signal for Tube Current (Input)
Setting signal for Tube Voltage (Output)
Setting signal for Tube Current (Output)
3. Position of LED for Bel-Cypher
D27
D25
D26
D53, 44, 43, 42 from
right side
D18
D34, D33, D32, D31,
And D30 from right side
D54, D37, D36, and D35 from right
side
D24, D23, D16, D15, D22, D21, D20, and D19 from right side
D6, D5, D4, D3, D2, and D1 from right
side
D14 and D13 from right side
Number of LED
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D13
D14
D15
D16
D18
D19
D20
Function (Working of LED)
Not used
Not used
Not used
Origin for Rotation: LED is lighted ON when sensor is shaded
Origin for Y Axis: LED is lighted ON when the sensor is shaded.
Limit for Y Axis: LED is lighted ON when the sensor is shaded.
Not used
Thermal Switch: LED lights OFF when the switch works.
Signal for READY ON: LED is lighted ON at time of READY.
Signal for Auto Power OFF: LED lights ON when the signal is output.
Start signal to fetch images: LED lights ON when the signal is output.
Beam Right Side Switch: LED lights ON while the switch is being pushed.
Beam Left Side Switch: LED lights ON while the switch is pushed.
D21
D22
RESET Switch: LED lights ON while the switch is pushed.
X-RAY Switch: LED lights ON while the switch is pushed.
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D23
D24
D25
D26
D27
D42
X-RAY On LED(YW): LED lights ON while X-ray is exposed.
No usage
+24V Input:: LED is lighted ON while +24V is being input.
+5V Output(inside of CPU): LED lights ON while +5V is input.
+5V Output(outside of CPU): LED lights ON while +5V is being
input.
No usage
No usage
CLK signal for Y Axis Motor: LED repeats to light ON and OFF when
the motor works.
CW/CCW signal for Y Axis Motor: LED lights ON when the origin moves.
ENABLE signal for Y Axis Motor: LED lights OFF when the
motor is locked.
CLK signal for Rotation Motor: LED repeats to light ON and OFF
when the motor works.
CW/CCW signal for Rotation Motor: LED lights OFF when the
origin moves.
Enable signal for Rotation Motor: LED lights OFF when the motor is
locked.
Signal for X-ray CONT: LED lights ON when the signal is output.
D43
D44
D53
Signal for Prehead: LED lights ON when the signal is output.
Signal for Inverter Alarm Reset: LED lights ON when the signal is output.
Signal for Inverter Alarm: LED lights ON when the signal is input.
D30
D31
D32
D33
D34
D35
D36
D37
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7.3
INV BOARD of Bel-Cypher
F1
Number of parts
CN3
F1
Bel-Cypher N
CN3
Function
Connector:I+24V Input
Fuse:INPUT AC Voltage
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7.4
POWER BOARD 5 of Bel-Cypher
K-C
D3
CNF
Number of parts
D3
K-C
CNF
7.5
DC-DC
Function
Diode : At the Ready condition, does +24Vac come on.
Relay : At the Ready condition INPUT AC Voltage
Connector:+24Vdc
BOARD of Bel-Cypher
CP4
CP1
Number of parts
CP1
CP3
CP4
Bel-Cypher N
Function
Check Pin:+24V
Check Pin:+5V
Check Pin:GND
CP3
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7.6
CNI
BOARD of Bel-Cypher
CNSM
F2
Number of parts
F2
CNSM
7.7
Function
Fuse :protective 24Vdc line
Connector :+24Vdc
RS232C/LAN
BOARD of Bel-Cypher
CP4
CP1
CP7
Number of parts
CP1
CP4
CP7
Bel-Cypher N
Function
Check Pin:+24V
Check Pin:GND
Check Pin:+12V or 5 V if Jumper SW1 is moved
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Block Diagram of Bel-Cypher
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7.9 Adjustment of Tube Current
Preheat level can be adjusted by RV1(Adjusting Resistor) on Inverter Board.
Adjusting Method:
1. Hit & Hold CTL+ALT+T to get into Test mode.
2. Click Rest on PC Screen
3. Set Exposure conditions as Panorama, Adult, 70kV & 4mA
4. Click Ready on PC Screen
5. Confirms wave shown on the oscilloscope.
Connect probes of storage oscilloscope to CP12 and CPCG on CPU Board.
Adjust RV1 on Inverter Board to change preheat level.
To rise preheat turn the knob to CW direction. If Inverter Error occurs, turn the knob to CCW direction.
6. When adjustment is completed, hit & hold CTL+ALT+T to get out from Test mode.
PH is not enough
Too much PH
Adequate PH
Scale 100ms/DIV at horizontal line, 1V/DIV at vertical line
7 After adjustment is done, confirm voltage is set within ranges.
Measuring Point
Between CP12 & CPGG on
CPU Board
Measuring Point
Tube Voltage
70
Tube Voltage
Tube Current
Measured Voltage
(Vdc)
2
1.0±0.1Vdc
4
2.0±0.1Vdc
6
3.0±0.1Vdc
8
4.0±0.1Vdc
Tube Current
Measured Voltage
(Vdc)
60
Between CP11 & CPGG on
CPU Board
Bel-Cypher N
70
80
3.0±0.1Vdc
8
3.5±0.1Vdc
4.0±0.1Vdc
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8. PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD LAYOUT DRAWING
1. Overall View
The printed circuit board assemblies are housed in the portions shown in the drawing.
Rotation Unit
Control Unit
Digital Sensor
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X-Ray Generator
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Driver
For Y-Axis
For Arm
1.1 Rotation Unit
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1.2 Arm Section (High Voltage Inverter side)
High Voltage Inverter Board
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1.3 Arm Section (CMOS Sensor side)
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1.4 Sliding Unit
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9. Parts List
1. Rotation Unit
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NO.
0101
0102
0103
0104
0105
0106
0107
0108
0109
0110
0111
0112
0113
0114
0115
0116
0117
0118
0119
0120
0121
0122
0123
0124
0125
0126
0127
0128
0129
0130
0131
0132
0133
0134
0135
0136
0137
0138
0139
0139-01
0140
0141
0142
0143
Drawing No.
977-79024-03
408-09683
308-03385
308-03302
408-07104
923-92004-08
930-00017-04
308-03359
308-03360
308-03352
408-09671
408-11348
931-03004-07
408-09672
931-50011
408-09670
408-09673
408-11351
408-09667
932-41003-06
977-79021-05
408-09669
408-09679
978-60004-04
408-11350
408-11350
978-60004-07
408-09678
075-08003-03
975-00003-03
408-08757-03
408-11782
965-85022
937-38018-68
974-80061-01
977-79023-01
408-11345
408-09680
408-09551
972-05052-09
408-11364-01
937-38026-10
108-01244
108-01245
Bel-Cypher N
Part Name
Motor(PK564AN-TG20)
Gear(Small)
Gear(Large)
Boss(B)
Key
Fine U-Nut(FU07SC)
Bearing(6007ZZ)
Boss
Axis Suspension
Base
Pillow Block(2)
Shaft
Linear Ball Bearing (LM-13)
Bearing Holder
Ball screw
Nut Holder
Mounting Plate
Shaft Holder (B)
Shaft Holder (A)
Coupling(NB-08)
Motor(PK545-NA)
Motor Bracket
Motor Base
Photo micro sensor (EE-SX672)
Sensor Bracket (B)
Fin
Photo micro sensor (EE-SX672)
Sensor Bracket (A)
Noise Filter (ESD-R-38D)
Noise Filter (GT215J)
NFI Board Assy・
Bracket
Circuit Protector (IN-1-A8E-13-1B)
Spacer(ASB-395)
Switching Power Supply (PM110-14A)
Driver(SD5107P)
Bracket
Bracket
CNI Board
F2 FUSE 4A 125V
Power Board 5 Assy・
Spacer(BSF655)
Rotation unit cover (1)
Rotation unit cover (2)
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
4
2
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
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2 Arm Section (High Voltage Inverter side)
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No.
0201
0202
0202-01
0203
0204
0205
0206
0207
0208
0209
0210
0211
0212
0213
0214
0215
Bel-Cypher N
Drawing No.
208-02025
974-80052-00
075-08003-01
408-07867
942-60019-04
942-60013-03
408-11368
408-11366
408-07408
408-11365
308-03924
408-12692-02
208-02141
208-02142
Part Name
X-ray generator Assy
Inverter Board
F1 FUSE 15A 125V
Line Filter
Fan Bracket
Fan 109R (109R0624H402)
Fan Guard (FG6B)
Fixing Plate for Front Panel
Shielding Tube
Filter
Shielding lead
Tube
Mask adjustment plate
Head Cover (2)
Head Cover (1)
Quantity
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
961-00020-54
Thermal Guard (OHD3-55B)
1
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3 Arm Section (Digital Sensor side)
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No.
0301
0302
0302-01
0302-02
0302-03
0302-04
0302-05
0303
0304
0305
0306
0307
0308
0309
0310
0311
Drawing No.
988-50229
408-10713
972-05052-03
972-05052-03
972-05052-05
972-05052-07
972-05052-07
308-03920
408-12108
208-02181
408-09709
408-12344
108-01246
108-01247
408-12745
308-04324
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Part Name
CMOS Sensor
CPU Board Assy
F1 FUSE 1A 125V
F2 FUSE 1A 125V
F3 FUSE 2A 125V
F4 FUSE 3A 125V
F5 FUSE 3A 125V
Laser marking projector Assy
Logo sheet
Frame
Secondary Slit
RS232C/LAN Board Assy
Sensor Cover (1)
Sensor Cover (2)
DC-DC 2 Board Assy
Shield Plate 5
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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4 Sliding Unit
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No.
0401
0402
0403
0404
0405
0406
0407
0408
0409
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Drawing No.
408-09712
308-03373
408-11322
308-03919
408-09723
408-11343
108-01243
408-06102-01
308-03592
Part Name
Laser marking projector Assy
Laser marking projector Assy
Power Switch Assy
Frame
Fixing Plate
Mirror
Sliding Unit Cover
Strain Relief
Handle ASSY
Quantity
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
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5 Chinrest Assy.
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No.
0501
0502
0503
0504
0505
0506
0507
0508
0509
Bel-Cypher N
Drawing No.
208-02035
308-02320-01
308-02320-02
308-02321-01
308-02321-02
308-03083
408-05861
408-06085
408-06071
Part Name
Handle (Grip)
Head holding Assy (Right)
Head holding Assy (Left)
Year rod Assy (Right)
Year rod Assy (Left)
Bite fork
Bite fork
Holder
Knob
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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6 Stand
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No.
0601
0602
0603
0604
0605
0606
0607
0608
Drawing No.
308-3597
408-09665-01
408-10412
308-03596
408-09756
964-50055
408-09863
208-02043
Part Name
Counter Weight Assy.
Wire Assy.
Bracket
Pulley Assy with Lock
Top cover
Exposure Switch
Flange
Free Standing Base
0609
942-40002-17
Hole for anchor
Quantity
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
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7 Arm Unit
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NO
0701
0702
0703
0704
0705
Bel-Cypher N
Drawing No.
408-11325-01
408-10578-01
918-02005
208-02143
208-02144
Part Name
AC FILTER 3 Assy
HUB Assy
Bracket
Arm Cover (1)
Arm Cover (2)
Quantity
1
1
4
1
1
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10. MAINTENANCE CHECK
WARNING
High voltage is applied to some parts inside the equipment. Take extra care when removing the
covers.
Before beginning repair work, turn OFF the power of equipment and unplug from electrical outlet.
After unplugged the equipment, wait for 10 minutes or more before starting a repair work.
Specialized knowledge, experience and special measuring instruments are required to check this equipment.
To maintain the performance of equipment, please perform daily check (with eyes) and implement periodic
maintenance by dealer service personnel.
Dental X-ray Equipment Maintenance Check List
Check Item
Electricity
Condition
Appearance and
Indication
Installation
Environment
Purpose of Check
Check power supply
voltage range
(1) Appearance of
equipment
(2) Inside of equipment
Temperature, humidity,
gas
Levelness of equipment
Floor and equipment
stabilizing condition
Check obstacles
Operation Test
Safety Test for
Electric Shock
Rust development
condition
Operation test before
check
Operation test after
check
Insulation resistance
Leaked current from the
outer cover
Earthing resistance
Resistance of earthing
wire
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Maintenance by service personnel: 1 or 2 times/year
Method
Contents of Check
Check the compatibility between the power supply
voltage connected to the equipment and the
specified voltage for the equipment.
a. Deformation, flaw, nameplate
b. Cautions
Check defacement and dust.
Check the compatibility of environmental ambient of
the place where the equipment will be used.
Check the effect on the equipment
Check vibration and movement stability of the
equipment.
Check that there is no obstacle within the movement
range of the equipment.
Check the condition of rust development functional
safety.
Check operating condition of the equipment.
Check operating condition of the equipment.
Check resistance between power line and the earth.
Check the current leaking from the outer cover of the
equipment to the earth.
Check the resistance between exposed metal
portion of the equipment and the earthing point.
Check the resistance between the earth terminal of
the equipment and earthing point.
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Check Item
Operation
Accuracy of
Equipment
Indication during
X-ray irradiation
Purpose of Check
Check operation of
power supply circuit
Check operation of
radiographic circuit
Check operation of
operation circuit
Accuracy of positioning
mechanism
Check operation of
protection circuit
Check operating
condition indicator
Check irradiation of
X-ray and the indication
are in sync
X-ray tube housing
X-ray Output
Check the operating waveform and setting values of
control circuit.
Check operation of operation sequence.
Check deterioration of the positioning mechanism.
Check the setting values and operating condition of
protection circuit.
Check the circuit function to indicate the operating
condition.
Check the operation of indicator during X-ray
irradiation.
Check leakage of insulating oil.
Irradiation cone
Check looseness, deformation and damage.
Filter
Check coming off and damage.
Check off-alignment of irradiation field and irradiation
width.
Check slip, abnormal sound and stopping accuracy.
Movement of arm
Patient positioning
mechanism
Positioning Beams
Play, looseness, operationality and stability.
Check the brightness and positioning accuracy.
Wire rope
Check breaking of wire and end portion.
Check the movement.
Check smoothness of movement
Check X-ray tube voltage.
X-ray tube current
Check X-ray tube current.
Exposure time
Check exposure time.
Braking mechanism
Electromagnetic lock
Upward and downward
movement condition
X-ray tube voltage
Symbol
Checking Method
Check with eyes
Check by using measuring instruments etc.
Check by operating the equipment.
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Rotation and movement
of X-ray generator
Elevating
Mechanism
Check the voltage of power supply circuit.
Slit Plate (Collimator)
Radiographic
Mechanism
Method
Check wear, flaw, tension and twist.
Low voltage cable
X-ray Generator
Contents of Check
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11. How to use ExCap.exe
11.1. How to use ExCap.exe
1. Run C:¥BelCypherN¥ExCap.exe
2. If below screen comes up, refer “11.2. Dcam Error”
3. When ExCap is successfully executed, below screen comes up
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4. Click “Cont.” icon
5. As shown below, the image is acquired by sensor
6. Click “Rate” icon
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7. In Framerate screen, you can get frame rate information
11.2. Dcam Error
1. When below screen comes up, click No camera
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2. ExCap screen comes up. Close ExCap screen
If you run ExCap.exe right after powering Bel-Cypher N on, the communication error between
PC and Bel-Cypher N may occur.
Wait for a while, and restart ExCap.exe
If above doesn’t solve the problem, reset both PC and Bel-Cypher N and run ExCap.exe
If above two doesn’t solve the problem, check IP address of PC and Bel-Cypher N.
You may also need to check the LAN communication.
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12. How to take Calib image
12.1. Calibration file update
1. Remove the ear rod or the chin rest if these are put on
2. Start TWAIN
3. Click Rset
4. Choose “Adult” and “Normal”
5. Hit [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[c] simultaneously. Confirm 1Sec CalibMode is displayed
6. Click Ready and take a radiograph
7. Confirm 0001.raw and 0002.raw are saved in C:¥BelCypherN¥max_data folder
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13. Initial value setting of image process
How to set the initial value of image process.
1. Activate exposing panel, and take a panoramic image of phantom.
2. After exposing, image save screen is appeared.
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3. Click the “Setting Open” appears in lower left of image save.
4. Image process setting page is displayed as below.
5. With the slider, set Brightness, Contrast and Gamma to the value which is used for initial value.
6. Click a Detail bottun.
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7. Edge emphasis setting screen is displayed as below.
8. Set the Diameter・Range to the value for initial value.
9. After finishing the image process setting, open "C:¥BelCypherN¥BelCypher_Save.ini".
10. As per below [PanoImageProcess], change the value of BrightnessDefault・ContrastDefault・
GammaDefault to the value which is set in previous clause.
The value of Brightness has to be more than -100 and less than 100.
The value of Contrast has to be more than 0 and less than 200.
The value of Gamma has to be more than 1 and less than 500
[PanoImageProcess]
BrightnessDefault=( ) → Initial value of Brightness.
ContrastDefault=( ) → Initial value of Contrast.
GammaDefault=( ) → Initial value of Gamma.
11. As per below [PanoEdgeHighlight], change the value of RadiusDefault・RangeDefault to the value
which is set in previous clause.
The value of Radius has to be more than 0 and less than 10.
The value of Range has to be more than 0 and less than 500 and change the value in multiples of
50.
[PanoEdgeHighlight]
RadiusDefault=( ) → Initial value of Diameter.
RangeDefault=( ) → Initial value of Range.
12. Boot up exposing panel, and take a TMJ image of phantom.
13. After exposing, when saving image is appeared, execute 3) to 9) over the TMJ image.
14. As per below [TMJImageProcess], change the BrightnessDefault・ContrastDefault・GammaDefault
to the value which is set in previous clause.
The value of Brightness has to be more than -100 and less than 100.
The value of Contrast has to be more than 0 and less than 200.
The value of Gamma has to be more than 1 and less than 500.
[TMJImageProcess]
BrightnessDefault=( ) → Initial value of Brightness
ContrastDefault=( ) → Initial value of Contrast
GammaDefault=( ) → Initial value of Gamma
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15. As per below [TMJEdgeHighlight], change the value of RadiusDefault・RangeDefault to the value
which is set in the previous clause.
The value of Radius has to be more than 0 and less than 10.
The value of Range has to be more than 0 and less than 500 and change the value in multiples of
50.
[TMJEdgeHighlight]
RadiusDefault=( ) → Initial value of Diameter.
RangeDefault=( ) → Initial value of Range.
BEL_CYPHER_C.exe Ver1.0.1.0 and later can set the default parameters for BiteWing
BEL_CYPHER_C.exe Ver1.0.0.0 has one default setting that apply on both panoramic and
bitewing
16. Boot up exposing panel, and take a BiteWing image of phantom.
17. After exposing, when saving image is appeared, execute 3) to 9) over the BiteWing image.
18. As per below [BiteWingImageProcess], change the BrightnessDefault ・ ContrastDefault ・
GammaDefault to the value which is set in previous clause.
The value of Brightness has to be more than -100 and less than 100.
The value of Contrast has to be more than 0 and less than 200.
The value of Gamma has to be more than 1 and less than 500.
[BiteWingImageProcess]
BrightnessDefault=( ) → Initial value of Brightness
ContrastDefault=( ) → Initial value of Contrast
GammaDefault=( ) → Initial value of Gamma
19. As per below [BiteWingEdgeHighlight], change the value of RadiusDefault・RangeDefault to the
value which is set in the previous clause.
The value of Radius has to be more than 0 and less than 10.
The value of Range has to be more than 0 and less than 500 and change the value in multiples of
50.
[BiteWingEdgeHighlight]
RadiusDefault=( ) → Initial value of Diameter.
RangeDefault=( ) → Initial value of Range.
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14. Change IP address
Caution!
※1:
:Change IP address only when it is required
※2:
:When you change IP address, do「
「6.1 Change IP address of sensor」、「
」、「6.2
」、「
Change IPaddress of Bel-Cypher N」
」&「
「6.3 Change IP address of NIC」
」accor
ding to the order
Below are default IP address and default subnet mask
Default IP address / Subnet mask for sensor
IP address:169.254.87.181
Subnet mask:255.255.0.0
Default IP address / Subnet mask for Bel-Cypher N
IP address:169.254.0.101
Subnet mask:255.255.0.0
Default IP address / Subnet mask for PC(NIC)
IP address:169.254.87.101
Subnet mask:255.255.0.0
14.1. Change IP address of sensor
※ Set up for PC and set up for Bel-Cypher should be completed before changing IP
address
1. If Operating System is 32bit, copy 「GigE_IP_Tool_*_**.exe」(*is version number)in
「32bit」→「GigE_IP_Tool」of Libraly CD to Desktop
2. If Operating System is 64bit, copy 「GigE_IP_Tool_*_**_x64.exe」(*is version number)in
「64bit」→「GigE_IP_Tool」of Libraly CD to Desktop
3. If OS is 32bit OS run「GigE_IP_Tool_*_**.exe」. If OS is 64bit run
「GigE_IP_Tool_*_**_x64.exe」
4. Choose IP address for NIC that is connected to Bel-Cypher N from pull down menu
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5. Click「DeviceDiscovery」
6. When IP address for sensor is displayed, click「Open」
7. When 「Open Success」is displayed, then click「IP Change」
8. IP address change screen comes up.
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9. If you click Read, preset values are shown. Enter values in IP Address & subnet mask.
10. Values for default gateway should be all 0.
11. Set persistent IP ON.
9.
10.
11.
12. Click 「Write」 then close window by clicking 「×」on upper right corner to close
IP_Address_Change screen
13.
Click「Close and Memory save」
14. Click 「×」on upper right corner to close GigE_IP_Tool_*_**.exe(if OS is 64bit,
GigE_IP_Tool_*_**_x64.exe)
15. Below message will be shown, click「OK」
16. Wait at least two seconds, then turn on the power of Bel-Cypher N after closing
GigE_IP_Tool_*_**.exe(or GigE_IP_Tool_*_**_x64.exe)
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14.2. Change IP address of Bel-Cypher N
1. Start TWAIN program of Bel-Cypher N
2. When above TWAIN screen is shown, click L, M or S, then hit 「Ctrl」+「Alt」+「i」
simultaneously
3. IP address set up screen comes up
4. Enter new IP Adress and SubnetMask
※ Set IP address and Subnet Mask as Bel-Cypher N is included within sensor network.
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5. Click「Settings」
6. When「Turn on the the power of the X-ray equipment again.」is displayed, then turn off and
on the power of Bel-Cypher N
14.3.Change IP address of NIC
※ Change IP address of NIC, after you changed IP address of Bel-Cypher N and IP address
of sensor.
1. Go to 「Control Panel」→「Network and Internet」→「Network and Sharing Center」
→「Change adapter settings」
2. Right click LAN Connection that is connected to Bel-Cypher N. Choose property.
3. Double click 「Internet Protocol Version 4(TCP/IPv4)」in 「The connection uses the
following items:」
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4. Enter IP address and Subnet mask
※ Set IP address and Subnet Mask as NIC is included within sensor and Bel-Cypher N
network.
5. Enter only IP address and Subnet Mask. Click「OK」to close windows.
6. Open 「BEL_CYPHER_C.ini」in「C:¥BelCypherN」by text editor like notepad
7. Change SFLFIP=(in [ADR_PAN_NPX] section) to IP address of NIC.
Below sample shows “changing IP address to「169.254.87.182」”
[CMOS]
…
SELFIP=169.254.87.182
…
8. Save BEL_CYPHER_C.ini
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15. Explanation of BEL_CYPHER_C.ini
[ADR_PAN_NPX]
Output the original image. (1=output, 0=no output)
Original image will be saved in C:¥ORG_PIC folder
// Whether or not to output the original image (1: output, 0: not output)
SaveOrgPic=0
Enable or disable tomosynthesis function (1:Enable, 0:Disable)
// Whether or not to display the tomosynthesis button (1: display, 0: not display)
EnabledTsBtn=0
Display “Close” icon in the image save screen (1: display, 0: not display)
// whether or not to display the Close button in the Save screen (1: display, 0: not display)
UseCloseButton=1
IP address of NIC is recorded
If you want to change the IP address of NIC, change the value
//IP address of the NIC
SELFIP=169.254.87.101
IP address of RS232C/LAN board is recorded
If you change the IP address of RS232C/LAN board, IP address change software automatically
change the IP address in ini file.
You are not needed to change IP address manually.
//IP address of the device
IP=169.254.0.101
Subnet mask of RS232C/LAN board is recorded
If you change the subnet mask value of RS232C/LAN board, IP address change software
automatically change the subnet mask value in ini file.
You are not needed to change subnet mask value manually.
//Subnet mask of the device
Subnetmask=255.255.0.0
By entering the value in each of following lines, you can trim the image.
Cut_Top and Cut_Bottom have values to prevent the shade of the mask is shown in the image.
If you enter smaller value in Cut_Top and Cut_Bottom, the shade of the mask may be shown.
[IMAGE_CUT]
Cut_Top=0
→Trim margin of Top portion
Cut_Bottom=0
→Trim margin of Bottom portion
Cut_Left=0
→Trim margin of Left portion
Cut_Right=0
→Trim margin of Right portion
The serial number of CMOS sensor is recorded.
If you change CMOS sensor, put the new serial number of the sensor
[CALC]
SensorNumber=00000000
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16. CONTACT INFORMATION
Please contact our sales office or a distributor near you.
Belmont Equipment
A Division of TAKARA BELMONT USA, Inc.
101 Belmont Drive
Somerset, NJ 08873
Toll Free (800) 223-1192
Toll Free Fax (800) 280-7504
www.belmontequip.com
TAKARA COMPANY, CANADA, LTD.
2706 South Sheridan Way
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5J 2M4
Toll Free (800) 268-5351
Fax (905) 822-6203
www.takarabelmont.ca
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17. Revision data of this manual
This manual was created on Oct 2008.
Revised August 2014
Document number :B02-T157N
Bel-Cypher N
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