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Kodak DryView 8800 Multi-Input Manager
Service Manual
Revision History
Warnings and Cautions for 8800
Warnings and Cautions for External Interface Box Accessories
Section 1 – Specifications
Section 2 – Installation
Section 3 – Adjustments
Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
Section 5 – Additional Information
Section 6 – Theory of Operation
Section 7 – Diagrams
Section 8 – Troubleshooting
Section 9 – Illustrated Parts Breakdown
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Revision History
1999 Rev. F
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Revision History
The original issue and revisions of this manual are identified as follows:
Issue Date (Rev. A): 01/95 (Rev. B): 03/96 (Rev. C) 09/96 (Rev. D) 05/97 (Rev. E) 02/98 (Rev. F) 03/99
The conversion to Kodak content and format included in this revision has resulted in a complete reprint of the
existing Service Manual.
All pages are dated March, 1999
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Warnings and Cautions for 8800
1999 Rev. F
Warnings and Cautions for 8800
Safety Instructions
Read and understand all instructions before using.
!
WARNING
This equipment can be an explosive hazard. Do not use in the presence of flammable
anesthetics, Oxygen, or Nitrous Oxide.
!
WARNING
This equipment is operated with hazardous voltage which can shock, burn, or cause death.
Remove wall plug before servicing equipment. Never pull on cord to remove from outlet. Grasp plug and pull
to disconnect.
Do not operate equipment with a damaged power cord.
Do not use an extension cord to power this equipment.
Position the power cord so it will not be tripped over or pulled.
Connect this equipment to a grounded outlet.
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Warnings and Cautions for 8800 (Continued)
!
WARNING
Not Protected Against Ingress of Liquids, including bodily fluids.
!
WARNING
For Continued Protection against Fire, Replace Fuses with only the Same Type and Fuse Rating.
!
CAUTION
General External Cleaning: This equipment may be cleaned with a damp cloth using water with mild
detergent, or commercial electronic equipment cleaner.
!
CAUTION
This equipment is intended to connect to other medical devices. Installation and service maintenance are to
be performed only by qualified service personnel. The equipment must be installed no closer than 1.8 meters
from a patient bed or chair.
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Warnings and Cautions for 8800 (Continued)
!
CAUTION
Do not substitute or modify any part of this equipment without approval of Eastman Kodak Company.
!
CAUTION
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed by qualified
service personnel and used in accordance with the User Guide, may cause interference to radio
communications and other electronic devices. Operation of this equipment in a residential area may cause
interference, in which case the user at their own expense will be required to take whatever measures may be
required to correct the interference.
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1999 Rev. F
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Warnings and Cautions
for External Interface Box Accessories
Read and understand all instructions before using.
Classifications
UL Classified
File Number E183646
Control Number 9R46
Medical Equipment
UL 2601-1
!
CAN/CSA No. 601.1
Classified by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. With Respect to Electric Shock, Fire, Casualty and
Medical Hazards only in Accordance with UL 2601-1, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1 and IEC 601.1.
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Warnings and Cautions
for External Interface Box Accessories (Continued)
!
WARNING
This equipment can be an explosive hazard. Do not use in the presence of flammable
anesthetics, Oxygen, or Nitrous Oxide.
!
WARNING
This equipment is operated with hazardous voltage which can shock, burn, or cause death.
Remove wall plug before servicing equipment. Never pull on cord to remove from outlet. Grasp plug and pull
to disconnect.
Do not operate equipment with a damaged power cord.
Do not use an extension cord to power this equipment.
Position the power cord so it will not be tripped over or pulled.
Connect this equipment to a grounded outlet.
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1999 Rev. F
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Warnings and Cautions
for External Interface Box Accessories (Continued)
!
WARNING
Not Protected Against Ingress of Liquids, including bodily fluids.
!
WARNING
For Continued Protection against Fire, Replace Fuses with only the Same Type and Fuse Rating.
!
CAUTION
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed by qualified
service personnel, may cause interference to radio communications and other electronic devices. Operation
of this equipment in a residential area may cause interference, in which case the user at their own expense
will be required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.
!
CAUTION
General External Cleaning: This equipment may be cleaned with a damp cloth using water with mild
detergent, or commercial electronic equipment cleaner.
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1999 Rev. F
Warnings and Cautions
for External Interface Box Accessories (Continued)
!
CAUTION
Do not substitute or modify any part of this equipment without approval of Eastman Kodak Company.
Type B Applied Part
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Agency, Regulatory and CE Marking Compliance
1999 Rev. F
Agency, Regulatory and CE Marking Compliance
All agency, regulatory and CE marking information may be found in the User’s Guide for this model.
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Section 1 – Specifications
1999 Rev. F
1-1
Section 1 – Specifications
1-1.
Dimensions
1-3.
Environmental (Operating)
Height:
69 cm [27 in]
Temperature:
15° to 40° C
Width:
51 cm [20 in]
Humidity:
15% to 90% RH, Non-condensing
Depth:
70 cm [27.5 in] (Front door closed)
112 cm [44 in] (Front door open)
Magnetic Field: 50 Gauss (Outside of a
magnetically shielded room)
Weight:
68 kg [150 lbs]
(Unpackaged, fully loaded)
Noise:
1-2.
Electrical
Voltage:
115/230 " 10% VAC
Frequency:
60/50 " 3% Hz
Current:
8.0/4.0 Amperes (Maximum)
60 dBA (Maximum)
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1-4.
Control Source Options
1-2
1-5.
Image Input Options
969 HQ User Keypad
Digital Interface (Kodak Protocol Standard)
Main operator control
Controls image formatting, acquisition, and
printing
One or two parallel, RS422 inputs – Host to
Digital EIB
8.75 Mpixels/sec data transfer rate (maximum)
Controls image processing parameters (contrast,
density, border, rotation, etc.)
Fiber optic connection – Digital EIB to 8800
Video Interface
RS232/RS422 Host Control (Kodak Protocol
Standard)
One or two RS170 compatible inputs – Host to
Video EIB
Use is dependent on modality source
Real-time frame grab
Controls image formatting, acquisition, and
printing
Interlaced or non-interlaced
5 MHz to 110 MHz frequency response
Contrast, density, border, and film destination
selections are made via the 8800 local panel or
by host commands
Two control source user inputs (any type) per
input module supported
One or two External Pixel Clock inputs (Host to
Video EIB) or Optional Phase Lock Loop (PLL)
module provides 7.5 MHz to 110 MHz internal
clock
Fiber optic connection – Video EIB to 8800
One Video or Digital EIB input per input module
supported
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1-6.
Printer Output Options
969 HQ Dual Printer (one or two)
8700/8500 Dual Printer (one or two)
8300 Laser Imager (one or two)
Any two of the above printers (different types)
8 input modules/16 users maximum with one
output module for one dual printer
7 input modules/ 14 users maximum with two
output modules for two Dual Printers
Fiber optic connection (8800 to Dual Printer)
1-3
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Section 2 – Installation
2-1.
Unpacking
Remove 5
power cord
6
Remove
Cover
3 Remove
8 Remove
Operator
Guide
Separate two
pieces of
styrofoam
7
2 Unfold
1 Cut
Figure 2-1.
4 Roll 8800 to installation location
Figure 2-2.
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Note
Because the top cover is secured by friction-fit
pins, a high degree of upward force must be
applied when removing the cover (Step 12).
Grasp front edge
12
of cover and lift up
13 Loosen wing
nuts and slide
panel to right
Figure 2-4.
9
Rotate CCW
to unlock door
10
Open door
11
Disconnect
Figure 2-3.
Note
After you have connected all cables to the
8800, as described in the following pages, slide
the panel back to the left and tighten the wing
nuts.
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2-1-1.
MOV Board Removal for O.U.S.
Installations
The MOV board must be removed if the 8800 is
installed in the UK, Austria, Belgium, Denmark,
Finland, Norway, or Sweden.
Complete the following steps to remove the MOV
PWA:
2-3
7. Reconnect the blue and brown power supply
wires at the breaker switch as shown in
Figure 2-7.
8. Close the rear panel.
9. All Outside U.S. (O.U.S.) 8800 shipments are
sent with a label (78-8094-9085-3 Label MOV).
See Figure 2-5. Place this sticker somewhere on
the back of the unit near the power switch.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Open the rear panel.
3. Remove the MOV ground wire and discard
(replace nut on stud for the other ground) as
shown in Figure 2-6.
4. Remove the short 2-wire jumper between the
breaker switch and the MOV board and discard.
5. Disconnect the blue and brown power supply
wires on the MOV end.
6. Remove the MOV board from the bracket and
discard the MOV (leave the bracket in place).
DryView 8800 Multi-Input Manager
Field Service Instructions:
Remove the MOV board per the installation instructions in the
service manual and apply the label below to the back of the unit
if it is being installed in one of these countries:
Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom
ATTENTION
In accordance with EN60950 section
1.5.1 the transient protection devices
connected to the AC mains have been
disconnected on this equipment.
Figure 2-5.
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Connections after MOV
board is removed
Connections with
MOV board
installed
Figure 2-6. Connections with MOV Board
Figure 2-7. Connections After MOV Board is
Removed
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2-2.
2-5
Switch and Jumper Settings
Com 1
2-2-1.
Com 2
Output Module
J1
2K 8K
U31
NVRAM Size
Jumper J1 specifies the size of NVRAM installed on
the output module. This jumper should be factory
set for 2K NVRAM.
Note
EPROM U31 must be at version 3.05 or
greater in order to support 8700/8500 Dual
Printer or 8300 Laser Imager connection to the
8800.
NVRAM
Size
Figure 2-8.
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2-2-2.
System Controller PWA
Jumper Settings
All the jumpers on the system controller should be
factory set as shown in Figure 2-9.
Note
EPROM U1 and U2 must be at version 5.0 or
greater in order to support 8700/8500 Dual
Printer or 8300 Laser Imager connection to the
8800.
2-6
System Controller Reset
During troubleshooting, the system controller can be
reset by pressing and releasing the Reset switch
(rather than power cycling the 8800). A reset causes
all images in memory to be lost.
System Controller NVRAM Initialize
Whenever a new system controller is installed,
initialize the system controller NVRAM as described
below, then set the system clock via MPC.
1. Press the Reset (red) and Abort (black) switches
simultaneously.
2. Release the Reset switch.
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3. Wait until the red LEDs turn off.
J13
Fuse
Scan
Run
Status
Fail
Reset
Abort
4. Release the Abort switch.
S2 S1
J9
J7
J8
U1
U2
J10
U3
J11
U5
J12
J19
J20
J15
J16
J17
Figure 2-9.
J5
J1
J2
J3
J6
J4
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32 MB Input Module
(Copper user inputs)
Note
Refer to Figure 2-10 (on page 2-9) for jumper
locations.
Transfer Clock Speed
Jumper E1-E2-E3 is used to select either single (10
MHz) or dual (12.5 MHz) transfer clock speed.
Single transfer means that one byte of data must be
transferred for each pixel; this is used when the
input pixel width is 8 or 9 bits per pixel.
Dual transfer means that two bytes of data must be
transferred for each pixel; this is required when the
input pixel width is 10, 11, or 12 bits per pixel.
If a VEIB is connected, the jumper must be set to
E2-E3 (8- or 9-bit pixel width). This is the factory
default setting.
2-8
If a DEIB is connected, the jumper must be set
according to the pixel width. To determine the pixel
width used by the digital image source, refer to the
OEM specifications, contact the OEM site engineer,
or contact the National Service Center. For an 8- or
9-bit pixel width, set the jumper to E2-E3. For a 10-,
11-, or 12-bit pixel width, set the jumper to E1-E2.
Note
For modalities utilizing 10-, 11-, or 12-bit pixels,
a 12-bit input module must be used (12-bit
input modules must be ordered).
NVRAM Size
Jumper E4-E5-E6 determines the size of NVRAM
installed on the input module. All 32 MB input
modules have 8K NVRAM. The jumper should be
factory set to E4-E5.
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Input Module Type
Input Module
Type
P4
P5
P6
P7
P9
P10
32 MB, 9 Bit
(78-8077-4146-3)
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
32 MB,12 Bit
(78-8063-3959-0)
OFF OFF OFF OFF
ON
OFF
E1 E2 E3
O O O
R
A
M
R
A
M
R
A
M
R
A
M
R
A
M
R
A
M
R
A
M
R
A
M
U171
Jumpers P4 through P7 determine the number of
bits (9 or 12) of image memory used for each pixel.
Jumpers P9 and P10 determine the memory size (in
megabytes) of the input module. The table below
lists the factory settings for each type of input
module.
OO
OO
OO
OO
P4 OO P9
P7 OO P10
P5
P6
Input
Module
Type
U172
U173
O E6
O E5
O E4
Transfer
Clock
Speed
Figure 2-10.
NVRAM
Size
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64 MB Input Module
(Copper user inputs)
The information in this section applies to 64 MB
Input Module part number 78-8077-4020-0. This
board is now obsolete, replaced by a new input
module with fiber optic user inputs.
This board can be used only with a 969 Dual Printer.
This board requires System Controller firmware prior
to version 4.0.
Refer to Figure 2-11 (on page 2-11) for jumper
locations.
Transfer Clock Speed
Jumper EC1-EC2-EC3 is used to select either single
(10 MHz) or dual (12.5 MHz) transfer clock speed.
Single transfer means that one byte of data must be
transferred for each pixel; this is used when the
input pixel width is 8 or 9 bits per pixel.
Dual transfer means that two bytes of data must be
transferred for each pixel; this is required when the
input pixel width is 10, 11, or 12 bits per pixel.
2-10
If a VEIB is connected, the jumper must be set to
EC2-EC3 (8- or 9-bit pixel width). This is the factory
default setting.
If a DEIB is connected, the jumper must be set
according to the pixel width. To determine the pixel
width used by the digital image source, refer to the
OEM specifications, contact the OEM site engineer,
or contact the National Service Center. For an 8- or
9-bit pixel width, set the jumper to EC2-EC3. For a
10-, 11-, or 12-bit pixel width, set the jumper to
EC1-EC2.
Input Module Type
Jumper pairs EA, EB, ED, EE, EF, and EG
determine the number of bits (8 to 12) of image
memory used for each pixel and the memory size (in
megabytes) of the input module. All the jumper pairs
should be open with the exception of EB, which
should have a jumper installed.
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O EC1
O EC2
O EC3
U368
EG2 O O EG1
EF2 O O EF1
EE2 O O EE1
ED2 O O ED1
EB2 O O EB1
EA2 O O EA1
U369
Input
Module
Type
U370
Transfer
Clock
Speed
Figure 2-11.
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2-2-5.
2-12
New Input Modules
(Fiber optic user inputs)
for video images or 8- or 9- bit digital images.
Single/Dual Transfer Jumper
Background
Input Module Type
Service Part Number
32 megapixel x 9-bit
78-8094-9132-3
32 megapixel x 12-bit
78-8094-9136-4
There is just one configuration jumper on these
modules. Jumper pins W9-1/W9-2/W9-3 select
either single (10 MHz transfer clock speed) or dual
(12.5 MHz) transfer mode. Single-transfer mode is
always used for video image sources and for digital
image sources with 8- or 9-bit pixel widths.
Dual-transfer mode is used only for digital image
sources with 10-, 11-, or 12-bit pixel widths. In these
cases the DEIB transfers 2 data bytes to the input
module for each pixel.
64 megapixel x 9-bit
78-8079-9798-2
Jumper Positions:
64 megapixel x 12-bit
78-8079-0735-3
W9-1 to W9-2
Dual Transfer
W9-2 to W9-3
Single Transfer
(factory setting)
The four input modules listed below have fiber optic
input connectors for both image data and user
comm inputs. Only fiber input cables can be used
with these modules. Figure 2-12 shows the board
layout.
The 64-bit versions of this module can be used only
with IMS System Controller firmware V4.0 or above.
Nine-bit versions of the board are used with video
image sources or with digital image sources that
have 8- or 9-bit pixel widths. The 12-bit versions are
required for digital image sources with 10-, 11-, or
12-bit pixel widths. 12-bit versions can also be used
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Setting the Single/Dual Transfer Jumper
1. For 9-bit modules: Check that the Single/Dual
jumper is in the Single position (shorted across
W9-2 and W9-3). This is the factory setting.
2-13
Jumper
Pins
User Control Input
Fiber Optics
Image Data Input
Fiber Optics
COMM 1
COMM 2
2. For 12-bit modules:
a. If the image source is video or 8- or 9-bit
digital, check that the Single/Dual jumper is
in the Single position (shorted across W9-2
and W9-3). This is the factory setting.
b. If the image source is 10-, 11- or 12-bit
digital, set the Single/Dual jumper to the Dual
position (shorted across W9-1 and W9-2).
W9–1
W9–2
W9–3
32 MP Memory
Expansion Board
(On 64–MP
Versions Only)
8800–30L
Figure 2-12. New Input Module
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IMS Backplane
VME Bus Request/Grant
Each board slot, with the exception of Slot 0
(farthest to the left) and the system controller slot
(farthest to the right), has a set of 5 jumpers to
enable/disable the VME Bus Request/Grant signals.
The jumpers are located to the right of each slot
near the bottom of the VME connector.
Note
The first output module must always be
installed in the slot farthest to the left and the
system controller must always be installed in
the slot farthest to the right.
2-14
The jumpers are factory set and should not need to
be changed unless a module is added or removed.
If a board is installed in a slot, the top jumper to the
right of the slot must be open (to enable the slot).
Install the jumper block on a single jumper pin.
If a slot is empty, the top jumper to the right of the
slot must be closed (to disable the slot). Install the
jumper block to short across the two jumper pins.
Refer to Figure 2-13 (on page 2-15) for sample
jumper settings.
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0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
System
Controller
Slot
Slots 1 through
4 are enabled.
Slots 5 through
10 are disabled.
Figure 2-13.
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2-2-7.
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!
UKEIB
Caution
The switches in the UKEIB must be set
before any cables are connected to it. If the
switches are not set correctly when cables
are connected, components within the UKEIB
may be damaged.
2-16
Note
Refer to Figure 2-14 (on page 2-17) for switch
locations.
Signal Path
SW1 determines which signal path is enabled within
the UKEIB. The various control sources require
different signal paths. Set the switches as indicated
in the table on page 2-17.
Host Connector Signals
Caution
Use only approved cables and ensure that
the cables are connected to the proper
connectors on the UKEIB. If unapproved
cables are used, or cables are connected
incorrectly, components within the UKEIB
may be damaged.
SW2 determines which signals will be present on
Pins 5 and 9 of the HOST connector. For normal
operation, set SW2 to the center position. If an OEM
fiber optic kit is being installed, set SW2 as directed
in the kit instructions.
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Signal Path
Enabled
2-17
SW1 Switch Positions
1
2
3
4
5
6
SW2
Position
Keypad to Input
Module
On
Off
On
On
On
On
RS232 Host to
Input Module
Off
On
Off
Off
On
Off
RS422 Host to
Input Module
Off
On
Off
On
On
On
RS232 Host to
Translator Keypad
to Input Module
On
Off
On
Off
Off
On
RS422 Host to
Translator Keypad
to Input Module
On
Off
On
On
On
On
HOST Connector (P3) Signals
Pin 5
Pin 9
Left
5V
GND
Center
KP-IN
KP-OUT
Right
+12V
–12V
SW1
1 2 3 4 5 6
SW2
ON
FIBER OPTIC
HOST
XMT
FTSW
A-CH
B-CH
IMAGER
KEYPAD
RCV
Figure 2-14.
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VEIB
VEIB
Main PWA
Pixel Clock Source
PLL
Module
PS
Two jumpers in the VEIB specify the pixel clock
source. The clock may be external (provided by the
source modality) or internal (generated by a Phase
Lock Loop module installed in the VEIB). The
jumpers are factory set, and should not need to be
changed unless a PLL module is added or removed.
Refer to Figure 2-15.
Internal Clock
External Clock
Figure 2-15.
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2-2-9.
EVEIB
Pixel Clock Source
Jumpers W5 and W6 specify the pixel clock source.
The clock may be external (provided by the source
modality) or internal (generated by a Phase Lock
Loop module installed in the EVEIB). The jumpers
are factory set, and should not need to be changed
unless a PLL module is added or removed. Refer to
Figure 2-16.
Termination
Jumpers W1 through W4 determine whether or not
the Video In and Sync ports are terminated at 75
ohms. For each port, if the jumper is installed,
termination is provided. This is the default setting.
The jumper should only be removed if a T-connector
is being used on the port. Refer to Figure 2-16.
2-19
Sync Detect Potentiometer
Jumper W8 determines whether or not the manual
sync detect potentiometer (R6) is enabled. Refer to
Figure 2-16. By default, R6 is disabled. The
following paragraphs describe the situation in which
R6 might need to be enabled.
The width of the horizontal sync pulse should be
approximately 7.5% of the horizontal line time. If it is
significantly different (<5% or >10%), the EVEIB
may not be able to detect horizontal or vertical sync.
Two modalities known to have this problem are the
ADAC 4100 and the Toshiba X-Vision.
Before enabling R6 and performing a manual sync
detect adjustment, be sure to try each of the 16
combinations of settings for Vertical Sync Detect
and Black Level Window available in the Advanced
Video Parameters screen in MPC for Windows.
Refer to the MPC help screens for details. If a
manual sync detect adjustment is required, refer to
the EVEIB Installation Instructions.
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When manual sync detect
adjustment is required.
W8
1
When manual sync detect adjustment is
not required (default setting).
W7 (Not jumpered)
With PLL
Module
P
S
Without PLL
Module
W5
Main PWA
PLL
Module
1
W3
V-Sync
W6
W4
H-Sync/Comp
W1
Video In
Port 0
W2
Video In
Port 1
W1, W2, W3, W4: Jumper on = 75 ohm termination; Jumper off = High Z.
Figure 2-16.
1
With PLL Module
Without PLL
Module
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DEIB
2-2-10. DEIB
Main PWA
Transfer Clock Speed
Two jumpers in the DEIB specify either single (10
MHz) or dual (12.5 MHz) transfer clock speed.
PS
Single transfer means that one byte of data must be
transferred for each pixel; this is used when the
input pixel width is 8 or 9 bits per pixel. This is the
factory default setting.
Dual transfer means that two bytes of data must be
transferred for each pixel; this is required when the
input pixel width is 10, 11, or 12 bits per pixel.
Determine the pixel width used by the digital image
source (refer to the OEM specifications, contact the
OEM site engineer, or contact the National Service
Center), then set the jumpers as indicated in
Figure 2-17.
8- or 9-Bit
Pixel Width
(10 MHz)
10-, 11-, or 12-Bit
Pixel Width
(12.5 MHz)
Figure 2-17.
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Cable Connections
2-3-1.
When connecting cables to the 8800, as described
in the following paragraphs, route cables through
the access slot. Leave enough slack to reach the
appropriate input module or output module at the
front of the IMS card cage. Refer to Figure 2-18.
Secure the bundle of cables with hook and loop
fastener on top of the card cage.
Cables
Access Slot
Keypad to KFEIB to 8800
Note
The KFEIB (Keypad/Fiber External Interface
Box) only supports keypad control users. A
UKEIB is required for host control users.
1. Connect the keypad cable to the KFEIB. Refer
to Figure 2-19.
Loosen wing nuts
and slide panel to
right
KFEIB
FTSW
FIBER OPTIC
XMT
A-CH
B-CH
RCV
KEYPAD
........
........
...
Keypad Cable
969 HQ
Keypad
Figure 2-18.
After you have connected all cables to the 8800,
slide the panel back to the left and tighten the wing
nuts.
Figure 2-19.
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Caution
Do not disconnect the keypad cable to power
cycle the Keypad. Instead unplug the KFEIB
power cord or UKEIB power cord (if a UKEIB
is used in place of a KFEIB).
4. At the 8800, install a fiber optic converter (if
required) on the Comm 0 port of the appropriate
input module. Set the switch on the converter
toward the fiber optic connectors.
5. Route the cable from the KFEIB through the slot
at the rear of the cabinet. Pull the cable across
the top of the card cage.
2. If an optional footswitch is to be used, connect it
to the KFEIB. Refer to Figure 2-20.
KFEIB
FIBER OPTIC
XMT
FTSW
A-CH
KEYPAD
.........
.........
........ .
B-CH
KFEIB
RCV
FIBER OPTIC
A-CH
B-CH
KEYPAD
.........
.........
........ .
A-Lead
B-Lead
Input
Module
RCV
A-Lead
A-Ch
Footswitch
Fiber
Optic
Cable
B-Ch
Figure 2-20.
B-Lead
3. Connect the fiber optic cable to the KFEIB. Refer
to Figure 2-21.
....
....
.
COMM 1
XMT
FTSW
Figure 2-21.
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6. Connect the cable to the fiber optic converter
installed in Step 4. Refer to Figure 2-21. Secure
the cable using the hook and loop material on
top of the card cage.
7. Connect the KFEIB power cord. For installations
outside the U.S. and Canada, the KFEIB is
supplied with a harmonized power cord with no
wall plug. For these locations, attach the proper
type plug (obtain locally). The KFEIB uses a
universal power supply that requires no
modification for input voltages in the range of
100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz).
8. If two consoles are using this input module,
repeat Steps 1 through 7, but connect to the
Comm 1 port of the input module.
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2-3-2.
!
Host Control to UKEIB to 8800
Caution
The switches in the UKEIB must be set
before any cables are connected to it. Use
only approved cables and ensure that the
cables are connected to the proper
connectors on the UKEIB. If the switches are
not set correctly when cables are connected,
or unapproved cables are used, or cables are
connected incorrectly, components within the
UKEIB may be damaged.
Note
Refer to subsection 5-2 for pinouts of the
various host adapter cables.
Note
A translator keypad is required for hosts
programmed with OEM commands. The
translator keypad translates the OEM
commands to Imation commands that can be
interpreted by the 8800. Different translator
keypads are required for different OEMs.
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1. Set the switches in the UKEIB (Universal
Keypad External Interface Box) as required.
Refer to Procedure 2-2-7.
3. If a translator keypad is required, connect the
keypad cable to the UKEIB. Refer to
Figure 2-22.
2. Connect the host adapter cable to the UKEIB.
Refer to Figure 2-22.
4. If an optional footswitch is to be used, connect it
to the UKEIB. Refer to Figure 2-23.
Host
UKEIB
FIBER OPTIC
Host Adapter Cable
HOST
XMT
FTSW
A-CH
B-CH
UKEIB
RCV
FIBER OPTIC
XMT
FTSW
A-CH
B-CH
HOST
.....
....
IMAGER
.....
....
KEYPAD
.........
.........
........ .
RCV
Footswitch
Figure 2-23.
Keypad Cable
Translator
Keypad
Figure 2-22.
.....
....
.....
....
IMAGER
KEYPAD
.........
.........
........ .
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5. Connect the fiber optic cable to the UKEIB.
Refer to Figure 2-24.
Note
For agency reasons, only fiber optic cables are
to be used when connecting the UKEIB to the
8800. Do not connect a copper cable to the
IMAGER connector on the UKEIB.
6. At the 8800, install a fiber optic converter (if
required) on the Comm 0 port of the appropriate
input module. Check the switch on the converter
to ensure that it is set toward the fiber optic
connectors.
7. Route the cable from the UKEIB through the slot
at the rear of the cabinet. Pull the cable across
the top of the card cage.
8. Connect the cable to the fiber optic converter
installed in Step 6. Refer to Figure 2-24. Secure
the cable using the hook and loop material on
top of the card cage.
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9. Connect the UKEIB power cord. For installations
outside the U.S. and Canada, the UKEIB is
supplied with a harmonized power cord with no
wall plug. For these locations, attach the proper
type plug (obtain locally). The UKEIB uses a
universal power supply that requires no
modification for input voltages in the range of
100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz).
10. If two consoles are using this input module,
repeat Steps 1 through 9, but connect to the
Comm 1 port of the input module.
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UKEIB
FIBER OPTIC
XMT
FTSW
A-CH
B-CH
HOST
.....
....
.....
....
IMAGER
KEYPAD
.........
.........
........ .
RCV
DO NOT USE
B-Lead
Fiber
Optic
Cable
Input
Module
....
....
.
COMM 1
A-Lead
A-Lead
A-Ch
B-Ch
B-Lead
Figure 2-24.
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2-3-3.
Video Source to VEIB to 8800
1. Select the proper type of VEIB (Video External
Interface Box) for the modality. The type
required depends on the pixel clock source:
If the source modality does not provide a
pixel clock signal, a VEIB with a PLL (Phase
Lock Loop) module is required. The PLL
module generates an internal pixel clock
signal.
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4. If an external pixel clock is provided, use an
analog cable to connect it to the Ext Clock In,
Port 0 connector on the VEIB. Refer to
Figure 2-25.
5. If two consoles are to be connected for this
modality, repeat the video and pixel clock
connections using the Port 1 inputs on the VEIB.
VEIB
PORT 0
VIDEO VIDEO
IN
OUT
FIBER OPTICS
If the source modality provides a pixel clock
signal, a standard VEIB (without a PLL
module) is required.
2. Check/set the jumpers in the VEIB. Refer to
Procedure 2-2-8.
3. Use an analog cable to connect the video signal
from the modality to the Port 0, Video In
connector on the VEIB. Refer to Figure 2-25.
A-CH
B-CH
Video
Modality
Pixel Clock
Figure 2-25.
PORT 1
VIDEO VIDEO
OUT
IN
EXT CLOCK IN
PORT 0 PORT 1
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Note
Both modality inputs require either external
clocks or PLL internal clocks be used. The
VEIB does not support one input running with
an external clock and the other with a PLL
internal clock.
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universal power supply that requires no
modification for input voltages in the range of
100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz).
VEIB
PORT 0
VIDEO VIDEO
IN
OUT
FIBER OPTICS
A-CH
B-CH
6. Connect the fiber optic image cable to the VEIB.
Refer to Figure 2-26.
7. At the 8800, route the cable through the slot at
the rear of the cabinet. Pull the cable across the
top of the card cage.
8. Connect the cable to the fiber optic connectors
on the appropriate input module. Refer to
Figure 2-26. Secure the cable using the hook
and loop material on top of the card cage.
9. Connect the VEIB power cord. For installations
outside the U.S. and Canada, the VEIB is
supplied with a harmonized power cord with no
wall plug. For these locations, attach the proper
type plug (obtain locally). The VEIB uses a
A-Lead
Fiber
Optic
Cable
B-Lead
A-Lead
Input
Module
A
CH
B
CH
B-Lead
Figure 2-26.
PORT 1
VIDEO VIDEO
OUT
IN
EXT CLOCK IN
PORT 0 PORT 1
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EVEIB
Video Source to EVEIB to 8800
1. Check/set the jumpers in the EVEIB. Refer to
Procedure 2-2-9.
2. If the modality provides a pixel clock signal, use
an analog cable to connect it to the appropriate
Ext Clock In connector on the EVEIB. Refer to
Figure 2-27.
Fiber Optics
A-Ch B-Ch
Port 0
H–Sync Video Video
V–Sync Composite
IN
OUT
Port 1
Video Video
OUT
IN
Ext Clock IN
Port-0
Port-1
Video
Modality
Pixel Clock
Figure 2-27.
Note
Port 0 is the only port that supports separate
Sync inputs. Port 1 only supports standard
composite video.
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3. The video connections vary depending on the
type of video output by the modality:
If the modality provides standard composite
video, use an analog cable to connect the
video signal from the modality to the
appropriate Video In connector on the
EVEIB. Refer to Figure 2-27.
If the modality provides SVGA output (like
the PowerPC), an adaptor cable is required.
Refer to Figure 2-28. Connect the green
BNC cable to the Video In Port 0 connector
on the EVEIB. Connect the black BNC cable
to the H-Sync/Composite connector. If the
modality provides a separate vertical sync
signal, connect the yellow BNC cable to the
V-Sync connector. The two 15-pin
connectors on the adapter cable connect to
the PC (longer cable) and the monitor cable.
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EVEIB
Fiber Optics
A-Ch B-Ch
Port 0
H–Sync Video Video
V–Sync Composite
IN
OUT
Yellow
Port 1
Video Video
OUT
IN
Green
Black
Monitor
PC
Figure 2-28.
Ext Clock IN
Port-0
Port-1
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4. Connect the fiber optic image cable to the
EVEIB. Refer to Figure 2-29.
5. At the 8800, route the cable through the slot at
the rear of the cabinet. Pull the cable across the
top of the card cage.
EVEIB
Fiber Optics
A-Ch B-Ch
A-Lead
Fiber
Optic
Cable
Port 0
H–Sync Video Video
V–Sync Composite
IN
OUT
Port 1
Video Video
OUT
IN
Ext Clock IN
Port-0
Input
Mod
B-Lead
A-Lead
A–Ch
B-Lead
B–Ch
Figure 2-29.
Port-1
6. Connect the cable to the fiber optic connectors
on the appropriate input module. Refer to
Figure 2-29. Secure the cable using the hook
and loop material on top of the card cage.
7. Connect the EVEIB power cord. For installations
outside the U.S. and Canada, the EVEIB is
supplied with a harmonized power cord with no
wall plug. For these locations, attach the proper
type plug (obtain locally). The EVEIB uses a
universal power supply that requires no
modification for input voltages in the range of
100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz).
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Digital Source to DEIB to 8800
1. Check/set the jumpers in the DEIB. Refer to
Procedure 2-2-10.
4. Connect the fiber optic image cable to the DEIB.
Refer to Figure 2-31.
DEIB
2. Use a digital cable to connect the modality to the
Port 0, Digital In connector on the DEIB. Refer to
Figure 2-30.
FIBER OPTICS
A-CH B-CH
DIGITAL IN
PORT 0
...................
..................
DEIB
A-Lead
FIBER OPTICS
A-CH B-CH
Modality
B-Lead
PORT 1
...................
..................
Input
Module
DIGITAL IN
PORT 0
...................
..................
PORT 1
...................
..................
Fiber
Optic
Cable
A-Lead
Digital
Image
B
CH
B-Lead
Figure 2-30.
3. If two consoles are to be connected for this
modality, connect the second digital cable to the
Port 1 input on the DEIB.
A
CH
Figure 2-31.
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5. At the 8800, route the cable through the slot at
the rear of the cabinet. Pull the cable across the
top of the card cage.
6. Connect the cable to the fiber optic connectors
on the appropriate input module. Refer to
Figure 2-31. Secure the cable using the hook
and loop material on top of the card cage.
7. Connect the DEIB power cord. For installations
outside the U.S. and Canada, the DEIB is
supplied with a harmonized power cord with no
wall plug. For these locations, attach the proper
type plug (obtain locally). The DEIB uses a
universal power supply that requires no
modification for input voltages in the range of
100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz).
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2-3-6.
8800 to Dual Printer Connects
The 8800 can connect with one or two 969 HQ Dual
Printers, one or two 8700/8500 Dual Printers, one or
two 8300 Laser Imagers or any two of these
printers. Before you can connect the 8800 to the
printers, an output module, local fiber interface, and
related components must be installed in the 8800 for
each printer. If the 8800 and printer(s) are ordered
together, these components are factory installed. If
the dual printer(s) or 8300 imager(s) are ordered
separately, an output module, local fiber interface
and related components are supplied with each
printer and must be field-installed in the 8800.
Installation instructions for the components that
mount in the 8800 are included with the dual printer
or 8300.
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2-3-6-1.
8800 to 969 HQ Dual Printer
1. At the 8800, route the fiber optic cable through
the slot at the rear of the cabinet. Pull the cable
across the top of the card cage.
2. Connect the cable to the appropriate fiber optic
connectors on the local fiber interface. Refer to
Figure 2-32. Secure the cable using the hook
and loop material on top of the card cage.
3. At the 969 HQ Dual Printer, route the fiber optic
cable through the slot at the rear of the imager.
Pull the cable to the front of the imager.
4. Connect the cable to the fiber optic connectors
on the DPEIB. Refer to Figure 2-32.
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DPEIB
B-Lead
2. Connect the cable to the appropriate fiber optic
connectors on the local fiber interface. Refer to
Figure 2-33. Secure the cable using the hook
and loop material on top of the card cage.
CH-B
REMOTE
PRINTER
0
CH-A
A-Lead
PRINTER
Fiber
Optic
Cable
3. Connect the fiber optic cable to the DPRI at the
rear of the 8700/8500 Dual Printer. Refer to
Figure 2-33.
A-Lead
CH-A
CH-B
PRINTER
OUTPUT
MODULE
0
8800 to 8700/8500 Dual Printer
1. At the 8800, route the fiber optic cable through
the slot at the rear of the cabinet. Pull the cable
across the top of the card cage.
Local Fiber
Interface
PROC
OUTPUT
MODULE
0
2-3-6-2.
B-Lead
PROC
Figure 2-32.
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Local Fiber
Interface
CH-B
REMOTE
PRINTER
0
CH-A
PROC
OUTPUT
MODULE
0
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B-Lead
Fiber Optic Cable
DPRI
CH-B
CH-A
A-Lead
PRINTER
OUTPUT
MODULE
0
Figure 2-33.
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8800 to POEIB to 8300
1. At the 8800, route the fiber optic cable through
the slot at the rear of the cabinet. Pull the cable
across the top of the card cage.
2. Connect the cables to the appropriate fiber optic
connectors on the local fiber interface. Refer to
Figure 2-34. Secure the cable using the hook
and loop material on top of the card cage.
3. Connect the other end of the fiber optic cable to
the fiber optic connectors on the POEIB*. Refer
to Figure 2-34.
8. Connect the POEIB power cord.* For
installations outside the U.S. and Canada, the
POEIB is supplied with a harmonized power cord
that has no wall plug. For these locations, attach
the proper type plug (obtain locally). The POEIB
uses a universal power supply that requires no
modification for input voltages in the range of
100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz).
9. Connect the 9-pin interconnect cable* from the
local fiber interface to one of the output modules
as shown in Figure 2-36 (on page 2-40).
a. If the POEIB/8300 is connected as the first
printer on the 8800, connect the interconnect
cable as shown in Figure 2-36-a.
4. On the 8300 Digital Input Board, connect the
3-meter POEIB Image Cable* to the 37-pin
connector. Refer to Figure 2-35.
b. If the POEIB/8300 is connected as the
second printer on the 8800, connect the
interconnect cable (shown in Figure 2-36-b).
5. Connect other end of 3-meter POEIB Image
Cable to the 37-pin connector on the POEIB.
6. On the 8300 Digital Input Board, connect the
3-meter KEIB cable* to the 9-pin connector.
Refer to Figure 2-35.
7. Connect the other end of the 3-meter KEIB
cable to the 9-pin connector on the POEIB.
*
The 5 items on this page marked with asterisks are
provided in a POEIB Interface Kit that is supplied
in a 8300-to-8800 Interface Sales Package.
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Local Fiber
Interface
Fiber
Optic
Cable
B-Lead
CH-B
REMOTE
PRINTER
0
CH-A
Digital
Input
Module
A-Lead
3-Meter
POEIB
Image
Cable
PROC
OUTPUT
MODULE
0
PRINTER
OUTPUT
MODULE
0
A-Lead
3-Meter
KEIB
Cable
B-Lead
8300
POEIB
POEIB
8800
CH-A
IMAGE
CH-B
COMM
8800–26L
8800–25L
Figure 2-34.
Figure 2-35.
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First Printer Connection
Local
Fiber
Interface
Second Printer Connection
Local
Fiber
Interface
0 1 2 3
0 1 2 3
This 37-Pin Cable
Should Already
Be In Place
This 37-Pin Cable
Should Already
Be In Place
Install 9-pin
Interconnect
Cable
Output
Module
Install 9-pin
Interconnect
Cable
Output
Modules
a
b
8800–27L
Figure 2-36.
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2-4.
System Configuration
After all cables have been connected, and all switch
and jumper settings have been verified, perform the
following configuration procedures.
Note
If the 8800 is installed in the UK, Austria,
Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Norway, or
Sweden, the MOV PWA must be removed from
the circuit according to the procedures
described in 2-1-1.
2-4-1.
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wall plug. For these locations, attach the proper
type plug (obtain locally). The 8800 uses a
universal power supply that requires no
modification for input voltages in the range of
100 to 240 VAC (50/60 Hz).
2. Turn on the 8800.
AC Input
Power Up the POEIB and 8300
If you have connected a POEIB/8300 to the 8800,
power up the POEIB and 8300.
2-4-2.
Power Switch
Power Up the 8800
1. Connect the 8800 power cord. For installations
outside the U.S. and Canada, the 8800 is
supplied with a harmonized power cord with no
Figure 2-37.
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2-4-3.
Connect the MPC to the 8800
1. Connect a straight-through serial cable (9-pin
female to 9-pin male) between the serial port of
the MPC and the MPC connector on the right
front panel of the card cage (Figure 2-38).
2. On U.S. supplied modem interface boards, set
the toggle switch to the MPC OPERATION
(upper) position. On O.U.S. interface boards
there are no RJ11 jacks. There are just two
connectors, one for the MPC and the other for
the local panel.
Note
When the toggle switch is set to the MPC
OPERATION position, the local panel is
disabled. When finished using the MPC, be
sure to set the toggle switch back to the
LOCAL KEYPAD (NORMAL) position.
3. Turn on the MPC, and start the MPC for
Windows program.
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Note
If a “Subsystem Not Communicating” message
is displayed, select Preferences from the
Operations menu, then check the Direct
Connect Baud and Com settings.
Note
The MPC for Windows program is used to load
configuration parameters into NVRAM within
the various system components. Context
sensitive help is available throughout the
program via the F1 key. For example, for a
description of a particular parameter, move the
highlight to that parameter, then press F1. The
MPC for Windows Help file will open and
display the topic associated with the
highlighted parameter.
2-4-4.
Set the System Clock
1. Select Clock from the Utilities menu.
2. Enter the date and time in the Clock window,
then select the OK button.
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2-4-5.
Right Front Panel
MPC Connector
Toggle Switch
+
Figure 2-38.
8800/8300 Setup
If you are setting up the 8800 to drive a
POEIB/8300, see the 8300 Service Manual for
setup procedures. Refer to the procedure titled
8300/8800 or 969 Setup Procedures, located in
section 2 of the 8300 Service Manual.
If you are setting up the 8800 for any printer other
than the 8300, go on to the setup procedures on the
following pages.
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2-4-6.
Load IMS Parameters
1. Select the IMS subsystem.
2. Select Output 0 Comm 0 from the component
select dropdown list box (to the right of the
subsystem buttons).
3. Select the Config window display button.
4. Select the desired printer (969, 8700, 8500 or
8300), then select the Save button.
5. Select the Comm window display button.
6. Select the Printer button, then select the Save
button.
If you selected the 8300 printer, in Step 4 above,
the MPC will display a message reminding you
to change the 8300 comm parameters to match
the comm parameters displayed in the MPC
Comm window. You must do this on the 8300
Local Panel. Refer to the 8300 Service Manual,
for 8300 setup instructions. See the procedure
titled 8800/8300 Setup Procedures, in Section 2.
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7. Select Output 0 Comm 1 from the component
select dropdown list box.
8. Select the Comm window display button.
9. Select the Printer button, then select the Save
button.
10. If the 8800 contains a second output module,
repeat Steps 2 through 9, substituting Output 1
for Output 0.
11. Select the first user from the component select
dropdown list box.
Note
Users are identified by slot/comm (e.g., Input 1
Comm 0) or modality name, depending on the
User Display setting in the Preferences
window.
12. If a script file is available for this user, select the
Script window display button. Specify the script
file name and location in the Select Script File
window, then select the OK button. If a script file
is not available, or the script file settings need to
be modified, proceed to the next step.
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13. Select the Comm window display button. Select
the appropriate Keypad Defaults button, modify
the parameter settings as needed for host
control users, then select the Save button.
2-4-7.
14. Select the Image window display button. Modify
the parameter settings as needed, then select
the Save button.
2. Select the Config window display button. Modify
the parameter settings as needed, then select
the Save button.
15. Select the Host window display button. Modify
the parameter settings as needed, then select
the Save button.
3. If the system includes two Dual Printers, select
the second printer from the component select
dropdown list box, then repeat Step 2.
16. Select the System window display button. Modify
the parameter settings as needed, then select
the Save button.
17. Repeat Steps 11 through 16 for each user listed
in the component select dropdown list box.
18. After all the IMS parameters have been loaded,
power cycle the 8800.
Load MCS Parameters
(Does not apply for 8300 connect.)
1. Select the MCS subsystem.
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2-4-8.
Load Processor Parameters
(Does not apply for 8300 connect.)
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2-4-9.
Load AIQC Parameters
(Does not apply for 8300 connect.)
1. Select the Processor (PROC) subsystem.
1. Select the AIQC subsystem.
2. Select the Config window display button. Modify
the parameter settings as needed, then select
the Save button.
2. Select the Config window display button. Select
the Display Defaults button. Modify the
parameter settings as needed, then select the
Save button.
3. Select the Media window display button. Modify
the parameter settings as needed, then select
the Save button.
4. If the system includes two Dual Printers, select
the second processor from the component select
dropdown list box, then repeat Steps 2 and 3.
3. If the system includes two Dual Printers, select
the second output from the component select
dropdown list box, then repeat Step 2.
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2-4-10. Load Keypad Parameters
1. Select the Keypad (KPD) subsystem.
2. Select the first keypad from the component
select dropdown list box.
3. Select the Config window display button. Modify
the parameter settings as needed, then select
the Save button.
4. If custom formats are to be loaded for this
keypad, select the Load window display button.
Select the format (the letter designations
correspond to the labels displayed on the
keypad’s custom format buttons). Specify the
custom format file name and location in the Load
Keypad Custom Format window, then select the
OK button.
5. Repeat Steps 2 through 4 for each keypad listed
in the component select dropdown list box.
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2-4-11. Digital Modality Setup
Note
Load digital parameters from a script file
whenever possible (refer to Step 12 of
Procedure 2-4-6). If a script file is not available
for the modality, enter parameters manually. To
determine the correct settings, refer to the
OEM specifications, contact the OEM site
engineer, or contact the National Service
Center.
1. Select the EIB subsystem.
2. Select the first DEIB user from the component
select dropdown list box.
3. Select the Config window display button. Modify
the parameter settings as needed, then select
the Save button.
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Note
When the Save button is selected, the digital
parameters are loaded into the DEIB. If the
save operation fails, check the fiber optic
cables (A to A, B to B – use a flashlight), the
DEIB power supply, and input module
communications (use MPC for WIndows
diagnostics). Power cycle the DEIB, then try
saving again.
4. Verify that the modality is generating an image.
5. Select the Acquire button.
Note
If the acquire fails, recheck the digital
parameter settings. Modify the settings as
needed. Save the new settings, then try to
acquire again.
6. Select the Print button. Verify that the image is
printed successfully.
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2-4-12. Video Modality Setup
2-4-12-1. Inspect Signals from Modality
1. Verify that the modality is generating an image.
2. Inspect the video and pixel clock signals:
a. Check for two video modes. Check with
the OEM to determine if the modality can
operate in two different modes that require
different video parameters. Some OEMs
have one set of video parameters for Live
(Scan) mode and another set for Review (Off
Tape) mode. Set up for one or the other.
b. Check for double termination. Observe the
host monitor while connecting the video
cable to a powered up VEIB/EVEIB. If the
monitor image improves or stays the same,
there is no problem. If the monitor image
suddenly goes bad (ghosting, blurring, faint,
etc.), the video signal may already be
terminated once, and connecting the
VEIB/EVEIB causes a double termination
problem. If so, resolve this problem before
proceeding.
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c. Check the pixel clock signal. Connect the
pixel clock cable to the oscilloscope (do not
terminate the scope). The pixel clock signal
must be above 0.5 volts peak to peak and
must be stable. (A pixel clock filter may help
eliminate glitches in the pixel clock, but it
may also make it worse!) If the signal is okay,
connect the pixel clock cable to the
VEIB/EVEIB.
d. Avoid ground loops. To prevent a possible
ground loop, connect the VEIB/EVEIB power
cord to the same power source as the OEM
modality. If this cannot be done, and image
noise problems are experienced later during
image fine tuning, check for a ground loop
problem as follows: Temporarily disconnect
the ground wire from the VEIB/EVEIB. Run a
ground wire from the VEIB/EVEIB to the
OEM ground. If the noise goes away, there is
a ground loop problem.
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2-4-12-2. Enter Rough Video Parameters
Note
Load video parameters from a script file
whenever possible (refer to Step 12 of
Procedure 2-4-6). If a script file is not available
for the modality, enter parameters manually.
This requires that an oscilloscope be used to
measure some parameters; other parameters
are calculated based on these measurements.
Refer to the video parameter help screens in
MPC for Windows.
1. Select the EIB subsystem.
2. Select the first VEIB/EVEIB user from the
component select dropdown list box.
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Note
If an EVEIB is being used, verify that the Video
Input parameter setting (in the Video
Parameters window) is correct. Also verify that
the Passes parameter setting is correct. (The
EVEIB digitizes incoming video slightly slower
than the VEIB. The VEIB would sometimes
work with the number of passes set lower than
the recommended setting, but the EVEIB will
not acquire if the setting is incorrect.)
3. Select the Config window display button. Enter
rough parameter settings, then select the Save
button.
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Note
When the Save button is selected, the video
parameters are loaded into the VEIB/EVEIB. If
the save operation fails, check the fiber optic
cables (A to A, B to B – use a flashlight), the
VEIB/EVEIB power supply, and input module
communications (use MPC for WIndows
diagnostics). Also, in the MPC IMS/System
screen, make sure the proper EIB (VEIB or
EVEIB) is selected.
4. Select the Acquire button.
If successful, proceed to Step 12.
If not successful, proceed to Step 5.
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5. Temporarily set framing parameters to crop the
image to a 100 line by 100 pixel square. (This is
done to ensure that a vertical or horizontal sync
pulse is not sampled; the parameters will be set
for a full frame in Step 12.)
Set Image Lines to 100 and Horiz Active
Pixels to 100.
Set Horizontal Delay and Vertical Delay to
select this 100 x 100 square from the center
of the image.
6. Connect the host video cable to the oscilloscope
(use a T connector with a 75 ohm terminator
attached). Measure the video signal from sync
tip to maximum white level. If less than 1 volt, set
the Double Gain parameter to 0.5 to 1.0. If more
than 1 volt, set the Double Gain parameter to
1.0 to 2.0 volts.
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7. Set the following parameters to midpoints as
indicated:
Clock Delay to 6.
Fine Pixel Delay to 180.
Black Level to 100.
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PS
Main PWA
Enable LED #11
Go LED #10
Acquire LED #1
8. Select the Save button.
9. Verify that the Enable LED is on. This indicates
that the parameter set has been loaded and the
VEIB/EVEIB is in a ready state. Refer to
Figure 2-39 (VEIB), or Figure 2-40 (EVEIB).
Sync LED #9
LED #8
Port 0
Gain
Figure 2-39.
Port 1
Gain
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EVEIB
PS
Main PWA
Note
The following Step refers to the gain pot in the
VEIB. The EVEIB has no gain pots; it adjusts
the gain automatically. With this exception, the
following Step applies to the VEIB and the
EVEIB.
10. Adjust the gain pot until the Sync LED turns on,
then continue turning the pot in the same
direction for at least three full turns. Refer to
Figure 2-39. The Sync LED must stay on
without flickering or acquires will fail! There
must be at least three full turns of the pot during
which the Sync LED remains on steadily. If not,
check the video amplitude. The Double Gain
parameter may need to be changed to the other
setting.
SYNC AQU
ENABLE
CONFIG
OVER
Figure 2-40.
UNDER
When the Sync LED is on, it indicates that the
VEIB sees the video signal, and is successfully
detecting horizontal and vertical sync pulses.
The pixel clock has no effect on the state of the
Sync LED.
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If the Sync LED does not turn on when the
gain pot is turned (and the Enable LED is on),
either no video is present, or the video that is
present is completely unrecognizable to the
VEIB/EVEIB (the VEIB/EVEIB cannot detect
horizontal or vertical sync pulses.) In this case:
The video cable may be on the wrong port.
The video signal amplitude may be less than
0.5 volts (this could have several causes:
double or triple termination, bad cables, bad
video, etc.).
The video signal amplitude may be okay, but
the signal may be bad.
One or more of the following parameters may
be set incorrectly: Double Gain, Black Level,
and/or Source.
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11. Try acquiring (be sure the Sync, Enable, and
Acquire LEDs are all on).
If successful, proceed to Step 12.
If unsuccessful, try acquiring two or three
more times. If still unsuccessful, reset the
8800 and the MPC, and try two or three
more times. If still unsuccessful, double
check Steps 1 through 10.
12. Adjust the following framing parameters to
obtain the full frame (rough draft only; this will be
done again during fine tuning):
Vertical Delay and Image Lines
Horizontal Delay and Horiz Active Pixels
13. Perform video fine tuning.
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2-4-12-3. Fine Tune Video Parameters
Note
When printing images from MPC, the images
are replicated. Replicate reproduces the
image from the host exactly, without any
smoothing. This is done so that any blurring or
ghosting will be evident and not disguised by
processing the image. When printing images
from the keypad, the selected interpolation
value (smooth to sharp) is used to process the
image. This may make the image look better,
but may also hide other problems. Therefore, it
is best to print from MPC when performing fine
tuning.
1. Display a SMPTE pattern on the OEM monitor.
Be sure the SMPTE image is at OEM defined
window and level. If a SMPTE pattern is not
available, try using a customer image with all
text removed and define the sampling area to
include the grey scale. Another alternative is to
window and level the customer image so that
there are extreme blacks and whites across the
whole image.
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2. Select the Tune window display button.
3. Select the Gain/Black Level button in the Video
Fine Tuning window.
4. An image is acquired, and then the Gain and
Black Level Rectangle Selection window opens.
Select the Retrieve button to download the
acquired image to the MPC.
Note
Each time the Gain and Black Level Rectangle
Selection window is opened, an image is
acquired and the most recently downloaded
(not the most recently acquired) image is
displayed. This means that the window can be
opened multiple times while configuring a
modality without having to download an image
each time. However, be sure to download an
image for each modality, and be aware that the
downloaded image may not match the most
recently acquired image (for example, if the
modality’s screen saver kicks in after the image
has been downloaded).
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5. Examine the downloaded image:
a. Identify an area that includes maximum
blacks, but does not include any border
(video blanking) area. This is critical. (The
only area on a SMPTE pattern that contains
maximum black is the 100% square; the
other black bars are not maximum black.)
b. Identify an area that includes maximum
whites, but does not include any overwhite
text. This is critical.
6. Click and drag to create a rectangle that
surrounds the true black and true white areas
identified in the previous step, then select the
OK button.
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Note
At this point, the IMS samples the video and
passes the digital values to the MPC. The MPC
adjusts the black level based on the sample
and turns on the appropriate LED in the VEIB
to indicate the gain (white level). This sampling
and adjusting continues at approximately 4
second intervals.
7. The Gain and Black Level Fine Tune window
opens, and displays the minimum and maximum
digital values and the black level (EVEIB only).
Note
If all the values are zero, the acquire has failed,
and the cause should be investigated.
Note
The following Step does not apply to the
EVEIB.
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8. At the VEIB, adjust the appropriate gain pot until
LED 6 or LED 7 turns on. Remember that the
state of the LEDs is updated at approximately 4
second intervals.
9. At the MPC, select the OK button in the Gain &
Black Level Fine Tune window.
Note
Because this is a rough gain and black level
adjustment, the digital values displayed at this
point are not important. They will become
important when the final adjustment is
performed later in this procedure.
10. Select the Bad Clock Delay button in the Video
Fine Tuning window. Select the OK button when
the Successful Acquire and Successful Print
messages are displayed.
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11. The image is acquired using each of 16 different
coarse clock delay settings. The 16 images are
printed on one or multiple sheets depending on
the printer type connected. The coarse delay
setting is printed above each image. Identify any
images that exhibit vertical line pixel shifting.
Ignore any other image problems at this time.
12. In the Bad Clock Delays window, select those
images identified in the previous step, then
select the OK button.
13. Select the Fine Pixel/Clock Delay button in the
Video Fine Tuning window. Select the OK button
when the Successful Acquire and Successful
Print messages are displayed.
14. The image is acquired and printed using 16
different combinations of fine pixel and clock
delays. The 16 images are printed in a 4:1
format on 4 sheets of film. The clock delay and
fine pixel delay are printed above each image.
Identify the single best image, then proceed to
Step 18.
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Note
Perform Steps 15 through 17 only if a single
best image cannot be identified when the
images are printed in a 4:1 format.
15. Select the Print 1-Up button in the Video Fine
Tuning window.
16. Select an image to print in the Video Fine Tuning
- Print Full Size window (image numbers are
printed above each image on the 4:1 prints),
then select the OK button. Select the OK button
when the Successful Print message is displayed.
Examine the image on the film.
17. Repeat Step 16 as needed. When the single
best image has been identified, select the
Cancel button in the Video Fine Tuning – Print
Full Size window.
18. Select the Config window display button. Enter
the clock delay and fine pixel delay settings that
are printed above the previously identified
image. Select the Save button.
19. Repeat Steps 2 through 7.
Note
The following Step does not apply to the
EVEIB.
20. At the VEIB, adjust the appropriate gain
pot/wait/adjust/wait/etc. until LEDs 7 and 8
toggle. Wait for 3 or more flashes of the Sync
LED between each adjustment; this allows the
VEIB time to sample and adjust to the new gain
level.
21. At the MPC, if the adjustment is correct, the
following values will be displayed in the Gain &
Black Level Fine Tune window:
For a VEIB, the maximum value will be below
511, and will be around 508 to 510. The
minimum value will toggle between 0 and 4.
For an EVEIB, the maximum value will be below
1023, and should be 1016 for 8–bit pixels and
1020 for 12–bit pixels. The minimum value will
be above 0, and should be 4 for 8–bit pixels and
2 for 12–bit pixels.
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22. When the values listed in the previous Step are
displayed, select the Auto Adjust – Stop button
to stop the continuous sampling of the video. If
the values are close, but not right on, select the
Auto Adjust – Once button to perform a single
sample and adjust cycle (this can be repeated
as required).
Note
The sampling circuitry in the VEIB/EVEIB is
susceptible to video noise which can affect
image Dmin values. To ensure that image Dmin
will be acceptable, the following Step will
increase the gain slightly to clip the noise from
the video signal. This will decrease image Dmin
(and Dmax) slightly.
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23. To ensure that image Dmin will be acceptable,
increase the gain as follows:
a. At the VEIB, rotate the appropriate gain pot
slightly counterclockwise, then select the
Manual Adjust – Once button. The intent
now is to produce a maximum value of 1023.
b. For a EVEIB, add one to the displayed
Digital Gain value, then select the Manual
Adjust – Once button. The intent now is to
produce a maximum value of 1023.
c. Repeat the previous two steps as required to
produce a maximum digital value of 511.
24. Increasing the gain decreases Dmax as well as
Dmin. To offset the gain increase, increase the
displayed Black Level value by one, then select
the Manual Adjust – Once button.
25. Select the Close button to accept the displayed
values.
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26. Acquire and print a SMPTE test pattern using
the lowest available contrast setting (usually
contrast #1). Check the black and white levels
on the film. If the levels are set correctly, the
95% and 5% patches on the film will be equally
visible.
If a SMPTE pattern is not available, use a
customer image and check the grey scale steps.
Again, using the lowest available contrast
setting, inspect the film for visual distinction of
the first two and last two steps of the grey scale.
( Note: A low contrast setting produces low
contrast in the middle of the scale and high
contrast at the ends of the scale.) Step 2 should
not blend into Step 1, and Step 15 should not
blend into Step 16. If the OEM monitor is
adjusted properly (refer to Procedure 2-4-14), it’s
grey scale can be used for comparison
purposes.
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If the VEIB/EVEIB is set up CORRECTLY:
What is normally seen (using a contrast test with
LUT 693C0, 713C0 or 723C0) is that the
contrast test #1 Dmax (0% square) is lighter than
a dark border and Dmin (100% square) is equal
to or slightly darker than a clear border. It is not
until later contrast tests that image Dmax and
Dmin equal film Dmax and Dmin. This is
acceptable, gives good quality images, and
results in the 95% and 5% patches on a SMPTE
test film being equally visible. If desired, the
image Dmax can be forced to match the border
Dmax; there are two steps to accomplish this:
a. In the Image Parameters window, set the
Match Border parameter to Yes.
b. Increase the Black Level value by one or two
digits. This will darken up the image Dmax,
and will also darken up the image Dmin
slightly. Do not go past the point of just
matching image Dmax to border Dmax or the
5% patch will start to disappear.
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If the VEIB/EVEIB is set up INCORRECTLY:
Using contrast #1, either the 95% or 5% patch
will be gone or faint. If not using a customer
image, Step 2 of the grey scale will blend with or
be only faintly darker than Step 1, or Step 15 will
blend with or be only faintly lighter than Step 16.
(See Step 27 of this procedure for possible
solutions.)
The other possible incorrect setup of the VEIB is
that image Dmax is significantly lighter than film
Dmax or that image Dmin is significantly darker
than film Dmin. Using a contrast test, this can be
seen by the fact that image Dmax and Dmin do
not match film Dmax and Dmin until the last few
contrast levels, or they never reach film Dmax
and Dmin. (See Step 27 of this procedure for
possible solutions.)
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If the VEIB/EVEIB is set up PERFECTLY: All of
the following will be true (with Match Border set
to Yes):
Contrast #1 Dmax and Dmin will match the
border Dmax and Dmin.
Increasing the final Black Level setting by
one will make the contrast #1 Dmin slightly
darker than a clear border.
Decreasing the final Black Level setting by
one will make the contrast #1 Dmax slightly
lighter than a dark border.
This would be the perfect situation; however, in
most cases, the VEIB/EVEIB does not seek
black and white level this accurately.
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27. If the black or white level is unacceptable, try
any of the following:
Assuming that fine tuning has been done, try
selecting a different sampling area (use
different row and column settings) when
performing the MPC gain adjustment.
Try a different image (see Step 1 of this
procedure).
The Black Level setting can be increased by
one or two digits to darken up the image
Dmax. This will also darken up the image
Dmin slightly.
If still having problems, contact TAC, a PST
member, or the local video expert.
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28. Make final adjustments to framing parameters to
obtain the full frame. The preceding fine tuning
steps may have shifted the horizontal delay so
that a pixel is lost on the right or left side of the
image. To check for this, print a film (with clear
borders) and view the image. If a pixel is missing
from the left or right side, add or subtract one
pixel from the Horizontal Delay setting.
Note
In order to print a film with clear borders on an
8700/8500 Dual Printer, the Border setting in
the Image Parameters window must be set to
4095. Be sure to change the Border setting
back to 0 when fine tuning is complete.
29. Proceed to Procedure 2-4-13.
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2-4-13. Set Customer Preferences
When performing the following procedure, note that
the method of setting customer preferences varies
depending on the control source.
For keypad control users, preferences are set at
the Imation User Keypad. Refer to the 8800
User Guide for details.
For 969 command set users, default preference
settings are entered in the Image Parameters
window of MPC for Windows.
For 831/952 (959) command set host control
users, preferences are set at the Local Panel of
the 8800. Refer to the 8800 User Guide (Section
3) for details.
Note
The functions provided by the Local Panel of
the 8800 apply only to 831/952 (959) command
set host control users.
Note
Preference settings entered at the Local Panel
can be overridden by host commands.
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1. Have the customer select a typical image that
contains the range of contrasts they will be
looking for.
2. Acquire the image and print a contrast test.
3. If everything looks too light or too dark, adjust
the density setting. If the density setting looks
okay, have the customer select a contrast
setting.
4. If the customer finds the image unacceptable at
any combination of density and contrast levels, it
is possible that the OEM monitor may be
misadjusted (refer to Procedure 2-4-14).
5. Have the customer select clear or dark borders.
6. Have the customer select smooth or sharp
image processing. If neither smooth nor sharp is
acceptable to the customer, the interpolation
settings may need to be changed. Refer to the
MPC for Windows Help file for details on how to
change interpolation settings.
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2-4-14. OEM Monitor Adjustment
If the customer likes the images there is no need to
adjust the OEM monitor even though it may be
slightly off. However, if the customer is unable to get
an acceptable contrast on the images, it may be
necessary to make the following checks and/or
adjustments.
Theory
The OEM’s video generator board outputs a video
signal to the OEM monitor. This same video signal is
sent to the VEIB/EVEIB. The window and level
controls adjust this video signal, which affects both
the image displayed on the OEM monitor and the
image printed on the film. If the monitor’s brightness
and contrast are out of adjustment, the customer will
compensate by adjusting the window and level
controls until the image looks good on the monitor.
The result of this is that the image on the film and
the image on the monitor do not match. Therefore, it
is important that after the brightness and contrast
have been set correctly, the customer does not turn
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the brightness and contrast knobs. (Over time the
monitor will tend to drift, and the brightness and
contrast may have to be adjusted by the OEM.)
Check
With the SMPTE pattern at OEM defined window
and level values, the 5% patches (both black and
white) should be visible, and should have equal
contrast to the enveloping 100% and 0% boxes
around them. If the 5% patches are not visible, or
are not equally visible, the OEM monitor should be
adjusted.
Ask the OEM to adjust the monitor.
Be there when the OEM adjusts the monitor, and
ensure that the ambient lighting is the same as
the normal lighting the customer uses when
filming.
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Adjustment
1. Adjust the white first. Looking at the text, turn
the OEM contrast knob until the whites just start
to smear. Then back off the contrast just to the
threshold of smearing. The 95%/100% patch in
the SMPTE should now be visible.
2. Adjust the black. Turn the brightness knob until
the image starts to fill in. Continue until the black
in the image starts to turn grey. At this point, the
5%/0% patch should be visible. Back off the
brightness until there is an equal balance in the
visual ratio of 0% to 5% as 100% to 95%. These
two patches are the key.
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2-5.
Input Module Memory Expansion
Board Installation (for input modules
with fiber user inputs)
This procedure upgrades a 32-MP Input Module to
64-MP. The procedure applies only to 32-MP Input
Modules with fiber user inputs.
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Memory Expansion
Connectors
Memory
Expansion Board
W9–1
W9–2
W9–3
Required parts: A memory expansion kit containing
a 32-MP Memory Expansion Board and mounting
hardware.
!
Input Module
Board
Caution
To avoid damage to sensitive electronic
components, always wear an anti-static strap
when handling PWAs or EPROMs.
1. Remove the Input Module to be upgraded. Refer
to procedure 4-4, page 4-4.
8800–31L
2. Plug the Memory Expansion Board onto the
three memory expansion connectors (see
Figure 2-41). Be sure that the board is fully
seated on each of the three connectors.
Figure 2-41.
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3. Install the mounting hardware (4 sets) as shown
in Figure 2-42.
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Screw
Standoff
Nut
Washer
4. Reinstall the input module in the IMS card cage.
Washer
Component
Side
Memory
Expansion
Board
Input
Module
Board
8800–32L
Figure 2-42.
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Section 3 – Adjustments
3-1.
!
Power Supply
Warning
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
Specification
The power supply voltages must be set as follows:
+5 " 0.2 VDC
+12 " 0.5 VDC
–12 " 0.5 VDC
Test Points
GND
+5VDC
+12VDC
–12VDC
Measurement/Adjustment
1. Open the front door of the 8800.
2. Connect a voltmeter to the appropriate test
points on the front of the card cage. Refer to
Figure 3-1. Measure each voltage. If any of the
voltages require adjustment, perform the
remaining steps of this procedure.
8800–21A
Figure 3-1.
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3 Remove 3
screws from
each side of
panel (12 total)
4 Push in
bottom half of
panel to
rotate 90_
Figure 3-2.
5. Adjust the voltages as required. The voltages
are adjusted by inserting a small flat blade
screwdriver through the access holes on the
power supply. Turn the screwdriver clockwise to
increase the voltage, counterclockwise to
decrease the voltage. Refer to Figure 3-3.
+12V
(No. 2)
–12V
(No. 3)
Figure 3-3.
+5V
(No. 1)
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
4-1.
!
Top Cover
Warning
Grasp front edge
of cover and lift
up
5
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
Note
Because the top cover is secured by friction-fit
pins, a high degree of upward force must be
applied when removing the cover (Step 5).
2
Rotate CCW
to unlock door
3
Open door
4
Disconnect
Figure 4-1.
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1999 Rev. F
4-2.
!
Output Module
Warning
4-2
3 Disconnect 2 cables (see note on page 4-3)
4 Remove 2 retaining screws
5 Push 2 levers to eject module
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
2. Open the front door of the 8800.
!
Caution
To avoid damage to sensitive electronic
components, always wear an anti-static strap
when handling PWAs or EPROMs.
Note
When replacing IMS modules, the screws
which secure the module to the card cage must
be used to ensure proper grounding.
Figure 4-2.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-3.
!
Xilinx Code EPROM
Com 1
J1
2K 8K
Output Module EPROM
Caution
To avoid damage to sensitive electronic
components, always wear an anti-static strap
when handling PWAs or EPROMs, and check
the polarity notch on EPROMs to ensure that
they are oriented correctly.
1. Remove the output module from the card cage
(refer to procedure 4-2).
2. Remove the EPROM from the output module.
Com 2
U31
Note
When performing Step 3 on the previous page:
If the output module in Slot 0 is being removed,
and a second output module is present in Slot
1, the cables must be disconnected from both
output modules.
4-3
Figure 4-3.
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-4.
!
Input Module
Warning
4-4
3 Disconnect image and communication cables
4 Remove 2 retaining screws
5 Push 2 levers to eject module
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
2. Open the front door of the 8800.
!
Caution
To avoid damage to sensitive electronic
components, always wear an anti-static strap
when handling PWAs or EPROMs.
Note
When replacing IMS modules, the screws
which secure the module to the card cage must
be used to ensure proper grounding.
Figure 4-4.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
32 MP Input Module EPROMs
(Copper user inputs)
This procedure applies to 32-MP Input modules with
copper user inputs.
!
Caution
To avoid damage to sensitive electronic
components, always wear an anti-static strap
when handling PWAs or EPROMs, and check
the polarity notch on EPROMs to ensure that
they are oriented correctly.
1. Remove the input module from the card cage
(refer to procedure 4-4).
2. Remove the appropriate EPROM(s) from the
input module.
E1 E2 E3
O O O
R
A
M
R
A
M
R
A
M
R
A
M
R
A
M
R
A
M
R
A
M
R
A
M
U171
4-5.
4-5
OO
OO
OO
OO
P4 OO P9
P7 OO P10
P5
P6
U172
U173
O E6
O E5
O E4
Xilinx
Code
EPROM
Figure 4-5.
Transfer
Function
EPROMs
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1999 Rev. F
4-6.
4-6
64 MP Input Module EPROMs
(Copper user inputs)
O EC1
O EC2
O EC3
This procedure applies to 64-MP input modules with
copper user inputs (now obsolete).
Caution
To avoid damage to sensitive electronic
components, always wear an anti-static strap
when handling PWAs or EPROMs, and check
the polarity notch on EPROMs to ensure that
they are oriented correctly.
1. Remove the input module from the card cage
(refer to procedure 4-4).
2. Remove the appropriate EPROM(s) from the
input module.
U368
U369
EG2 O O EG1
EF2 O O EF1
EE2 O O EE1
ED2 O O ED1
EB2 O O EB1
EA2 O O EA1
!
U370
Xilinx
Code
EPROM
Figure 4-6.
Transfer
Function
EPROMs
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-7.
32/64 MP Input Module EPROMs
(Fiber user inputs)
This procedure applies to 32-MP and 64-MP input
modules with fiber user inputs.
!
Caution
To avoid damage to sensitive electronic
components, always wear an anti-static strap
when handling PWAs or EPROMs, and check
the polarity notch on EPROMs to ensure that
they are oriented correctly.
4-7
Jumper
Pins
User Control Input
Fiber Optics
Image Data Input
Fiber Optics
COMM 1
COMM 2
W9–1
W9–2
W9–3
U60
U35
1. Remove the input module from the card cage
(refer to procedure 4-4).
2. Remove the appropriate EPROM(s) from the
input module.
32 MP Memory
Expansion Board
(On 64–MP
Versions Only)
Xilinx
Code
EPROM
U172
U173
8800–30L
Transfer
Function
EPROMs
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-8.
!
4-8
System Controller PWA
4 Remove panel
(5 screws)
Warning
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
2. Open the front door of the 8800.
3. Disconnect the local panel cable and telephone
line (if present) from the front of the card cage.
Figure 4-7.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
!
4-9
Caution
To avoid damage to sensitive electronic
components, always wear an anti-static strap
when handling PWAs or EPROMs.
Note
Whenever a new System Controller PWA is
installed, initialize the System Controller
NVRAM as described below, then set the
system clock via MPC.
a. Press the Reset (red) and Abort (black)
switches simultaneously.
b. Release the Reset switch.
c. Wait until the red LEDs turn off.
6 Loosen 2 screws
and slide plate up
7 Remove PWA
5 Disconnect cable
Figure 4-8.
d. Release the Abort switch.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
!
System Controller EPROMs
Caution
To avoid damage to sensitive electronic
components, always wear an anti-static strap
when handling PWAs or EPROMs. Check the
polarity notch on EPROMs to ensure that they
are oriented correctly. Note that U3 and U5
are not as long as their sockets; install them
as shown in Figure 4-9.
J13
S2 S1
J9
J7
J8
U1
U2
J10
U3
J11
U5
1. Remove the system controller PWA from the
card cage (refer to procedure 4-8).
2. Remove the appropriate EPROM(s) from the
PWA.
Fuse
Scan
Run
Status
Fail
4-9.
4-10
Reset
Abort
1999 Rev. F
J12
J19
J20
J15
J16
J17
Figure 4-9.
J5
J1
J2
J3
J6
J4
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-11
4-10. Local Panel Interface
!
Warning
5 Remove panel
(5 screws)
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
This procedure applies to either the U.S. version
(which contains a modem) or the O.U.S. version
(which does not contain a modem).
4 Remove 4
connector
standoffs
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
2. Open the front door of the 8800.
3. Disconnect the local panel cable and telephone
line (if present) from the front of the card cage.
Figure 4-10.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
!
4-12
Caution
To avoid damage to sensitive electronic
components, always wear an anti-static strap
when handling PWAs or EPROMs.
7 Remove screw
6 Disconnect
2 cables
Figure 4-11.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-11. Fiber Interface PWA
!
4-13
3 Disconnect fiber optic and copper cables
4 Remove 3 screws
Warning
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
2. Open the front door of the 8800.
!
Caution
To avoid damage to sensitive electronic
components, always wear an anti-static strap
when handling PWAs or EPROMs.
9-pin cable
only required
for 969 Dual
Printer or
8300 Laser
Imagerconne
cts.
Figure 4-12.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-14
5 Disconnect
cables
6 Remove nuts
and washers
7 Remove connector
standoffs
Figure 4-13.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-15
4-12. Power Supply
!
Warning
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
2 Remove 3 screws
from each side of
panel (12 total)
3 Push in bottom
half of panel to
rotate 90°
Figure 4-14.
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1999 Rev. F
4-16
8 Disconnect (5)
4 Disconnect (3)
5 Disconnect (2)
6 Remove
10 Remove (4)
7 Disconnect (2)
9 Disconnect (2)
Figure 4-15.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-17
4-13. MOV Board
!
Warning
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
2 Remove 3 screws
from each side of
panel (12 total)
3 Push in bottom
half of panel to
rotate 90_
Figure 4-16.
Note
The MOV PWA must be removed from the
circuit if the 8800 is installed in the UK, Austria,
Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Norway, or
Sweden. Refer to Section 2-1-1 for information
on cabling with the MOV board removed.
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1999 Rev. F
4-18
4 Disconnect (5)
5 Remove (4)
Figure 4-17.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-19
4-14. Circuit Breaker
!
Warning
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
2 Remove 3 screws
from each side of
panel (12 total)
3 Push in bottom
half of panel to
rotate 90_
Figure 4-18.
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1999 Rev. F
4-20
Note
The MOV board is not present in the UK, Austria, Belgium
Denmark, Finland, Norway, or Sweden. Refer to Section 2 for
connections, if no MOV board is present.
4 Disconnect (4)
5 Remove
Figure 4-19.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-21
4-15. Bottom Fan Assembly
!
Warning
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
4 Disconnect (4)
Figure 4-21.
2 Remove 3 screws
from each side of
panel (12 total)
3 Push in bottom
half of panel to
rotate 90_
Figure 4-20.
5. Open the front door of the 8800.
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9 Remove
4 screws
7 Remove
5 screws
10 Remove connector
from frame
8 Slide fan assembly
out of card cage
6 Remove L-shaped bracket (3 screws)
Figure 4-22.
Figure 4-23.
Note
Ensure that the replacement fan is oriented
correctly before mounting the fan to the
housing. Airflow is from the bottom to the top of
the card cage.
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1999 Rev. F
4-23
4-16. Top Fan Assembly
!
7 Remove (4)
5 Disconnect
Warning
6
Remove
connector
from
bracket
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
Figure 4-25.
2. Remove the top cover. Refer to procedure 4-1.
3 Remove 3 screws
4 Slide fan assembly out of card cage
Figure 4-24.
Note
Ensure that the replacement fan is oriented
correctly before mounting the fan to the
housing. Airflow is toward the top of the card
cage (into the bottom side of the top cover).
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1999 Rev. F
4-17. Card Cage
!
4-24
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
Warning
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
2 Remove (5)
Figure 4-26.
3. Remove the top cover. Refer to procedure 4-1.
4. Disconnect the telephone line (if present) and all
fiber optic cables from the front of the card cage.
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1999 Rev. F
4-25
Remove
crossbar 5
(2 nuts)
Remove
bracket
6
(3 screws)
7 Remove (2)
8 Slide cage forward
Figure 4-27.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-26
4-18. Local Panel Assembly
!
Remove (4)
4
Warning
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
Disconnect
3
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
2. Remove the top cover. Refer to procedure 4-1.
Figure 4-28.
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Section 4 – Disassembly/Reassembly
1999 Rev. F
4-27
4-19. Local Panel EPROMs
!
4 Remove
Warning
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
1. Turn off the 8800 and unplug its power cord.
2. Remove the top cover. Refer to procedure 4-1.
!
Caution
To avoid damage to sensitive electronic
components, always wear an anti-static strap
when handling PWAs or EPROMs.
3
Remove 3 screws
and loosen 1, then
rotate plate
Figure 4-29.
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Section 5 – Additional Information
1999 Rev. F
5-1
Section 5 – Additional Information
5-1.
Required Tools
In addition to standard hand tools (screwdrivers,
wrenches, etc.), the tools listed in this subsection
are required to service the 8800. Note the following:
The listed tools are a subset of the tools required
to service the 969 HQ.
Items 1 through 3 are provided to Kodak service
technicians. Non-Kodak service technicians
must obtain them locally.
Items 4 through 7 are available from the Service
Parts Center (SPC).
Items 8 through 11 are available from
TECHNI-TOOL, Inc. If equivalent tools cannot be
obtained from other sources, contact
TECHNI-TOOL at the following address:
TECHNI-TOOL, Inc.
5 Apollo Rd. P.O. Box 368
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
Attn: Bill Bezar
(215) 825-4990
1. Toshiba T3300 notebook personal computer (or
equivalent) with:
386SL 25 MHz processor
4 MB RAM
120 MB hard disk
PCMCIA modem
Note
The specifications listed above reflect the
minimum configuration required to run the MPC
for Windows 95 software.
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2. Fluke DVM, Model 87 (or equivalent)
3. Dual trace oscilloscope meeting the following
specifications:
Band Width:
Sensitivity:
Accuracy:
0 to 100 MHz
0.5 mv
" 3%
4. Cable, MPC Serial Port
26-1011-4592-3
5. Connector Assembly, 9-Pin
Input/Output Module
Loopback (two required)
78-8075-2585-8
6. Connector Assembly, 37-PIn
Output Module Loopback
78-8077-4211-5
7. DEIB Test Pattern (SMPTE)
EPROM Kit
78-8063-3993-9
8. Connector, BNC T, F-M-F
458TE266
9. Terminator, BNC, 75 Ohm
458TE841
10. Adapter, BNC
458TE1468
11. Static Protection Kit (includes
a static dissipative work surface,
a ground cord, two sizes of wrist
bands, and an alligator clip)
780ST8501
12. MPC for Windows 95 software
(version 1.20 or higher)
Distributed
by Kodak
Service
13. Hardlock Key
Distributed
by Kodak
Service
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Section 5 – Additional Information
1999 Rev. F
5-2.
5-3
Adapter Cable Pinouts
Figures Figure 5-1 through Figure 5-4 provide the
pinouts for the various host adapter cables that can
be connected to the UKEIB.
RS232 Host Adapter Cable
(78-8071-8331-0)
25 Pin
2
3
7
6
8
20
4
5
9 Pin
4
6
1
Signal
TX
RX
GND
RS422 Host Adapter Cable
(78-8077-4159-6)
37 Pin
1
21
3
20
2
4
5
8
9
22
23
26
27
9 Pin
1
2
7
3
8
Signal
GND
RXD+
RXD–
TXD+
TXD–
Figure 5-2.
Figure 5-1.
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1999 Rev. F
5-4
37 to 26 Pin Adapter Cable
(78-8063-4008-7)
37 Pin
1
21
3
20
2
22
7
4
11
25
30
31
32
13
14
35
17
5
9
23
27
26 Pin Signal
1
GND
2
RX1+
3
RX1–
TX1+
11
12
TX1–
6
FT–
7
GND
4
FT+
GND
5
8
+12V
9
+12V
10
+12V
19
+12V
16
GND
17
GND
26
+12V
25
GND
Figure 5-3.
Note
The 37 to 26 Pin Adapter Cable is used to
connect the Kodak Digital Disk Reader (DDR)
to the UKEIB.
Genesis Cable (GE only)
25 Pin
1
9
8
22
21
9 Pin
1
2
3
7
8
Signal
GND
RXD+
TXD+
RXD–
TXD–
Figure 5-4.
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Section 5 – Additional Information
1999 Rev. F
5-3.
Preventive Maintenance
An air filter is located inside the front door of the
8800. Check the condition of the filter on every visit.
If necessary, replace the filter.
5-5
5-4.
Serial Number Label Location
The serial number label is located on the rear of the
8800. Use this serial number to report all service
activity. Customers should be instructed to provide
the model and serial number when requesting
service.
Serial
Number
Label
Figure 5-5.
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 6 – Theory of Operation
1999 Rev. F
1-i
Section 6 – Theory of Operation
6-1.
VEIB
The VEIB (Video External Interface Box) serves as
the image interface between a video modality and
the input module. The VEIB is designed to work only
with standard composite video signals (which
contain embedded sync pulses). The VEIB samples
the incoming video data when an image acquisition
is requested. The timing of this sampling is based
on the pixel clock frequency. The pixel clock signal
can be generated by the host and sent to the VEIB,
or generated internal to the VEIB by a phase lock
loop (PLL) module. Each time the VEIB samples the
incoming video signal, it detects an analog voltage
level. These analog readings are then converted to
digital values. The digital data is run through a
parallel to serial converter, then passed on to a fiber
optic transmitter that sends the data to the input
module.
6-2.
EVEIB
The EVEIB (Enhanced Video External Interface
Box) is similar to the VEIB with the difference that
the EVEIB has optional external sync inputs for one
of its two input ports. The EVEIB can be ordered
with or without the external sync inputs.
There are two external sync inputs:
Vertical Sync.
Horizontal/Composite Sync.
These two sync inputs apply only to port 0.
Port 0 can be used with three types of sync formats:
Separate horizontal and vertical sync signals.
Composite horizontal/vertical sync signal applied
to the Horizontal/Composite Sync input. In this
case the Vertical Sync input is unused.
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1999 Rev. F
Standard composite video. In this case neither
of the external sync inputs are used. Sync
pulses are embedded in the standard video
signal and are detected by circuitry within the
EVEIB.
During installation, the MPC must be used to
configure the EVEIB for the appropriate type of sync
format.
Port 1 can be used only with a standard composite
video signal, which contains internal embedded
sync pulses. (This is the same type of video signal
that the VEIB expects.)
If the EVEIB does not have the optional external
sync inputs, both port 0 and port 1 are limited to
standard composite video signals.
1-ii
6-3.
DEIB
The DEIB (Digital External Interface Box) serves as
the image interface between a digital modality and
the input module. The host digital signal connects to
the DEIB. The digital data from the host is run
through a parallel to serial converter, then passed
on to a fiber optic transmitter that sends the data to
the input module.
Note
The digital data from the host computer must
conform to the Kodak digital interface protocol
standard.
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1999 Rev. F
6-4.
UKEIB
The UKEIB (Universal Keypad External Interface
Box) serves as the control interface between a host
control modality and the input module. The UKEIB
accepts RS232 or RS422 signals from the host.
These signals are converted to TTL levels and
passed on to a fiber optic transmitter that sends the
data to the input module. The UKEIB also receives
signals from the input module. These signals are
converted from TTL levels to RS232 or RS422, and
are then sent on to the host.
The UKEIB also supports the use of a Kodak
translator keypad. The translator keypad is required
for hosts that are programmed with OEM
commands. The translator keypad translates the
OEM commands into a format that can be
understood by the 8800. In this case the incoming
host signals are routed through the UKEIB and out
to the translator keypad. The translated commands
are then sent back through the UKEIB and on to the
input module.
The routing of the signals within the UKEIB is
determined by a set of switches.
1-iii
6-5.
KFEIB
The KFEIB (Keypad/Fiber External Interface Box)
serves as the control interface between a 969 HQ
User Keypad and the input module. The KFEIB
accepts RS422 signals from the keypad. These
signals are converted to TTL levels and passed on
to a fiber optic transmitter that sends the data to the
input module. The KFEIB also receives signals from
the input module. These signals are converted from
TTL levels to RS422, and are then sent on to the
keypad.
6-6.
System Controller
The system controller controls data flow within and
between the input and output modules. It includes a
microprocessor and EPROMs that contain the IMS
system software. It also includes a real-time clock
that is used to time/date stamp errors, and a pair of
serial ports that allow the MPC or a local keypad to
be connected to the IMS.
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Section 6 – Theory of Operation
1999 Rev. F
6-7.
Input Module
The input module receives image and control data
from the various EIBs via fiber optic cable. The input
module includes 32 or 64 megapixels (9- or 12-bit)
of image memory for storing acquired images. It also
includes EPROMs that contain film models and
transfer function tables.
The 8800 can accommodate up to 8 input modules
(7 if two Dual Printers are connected).
1-iv
6-8.
Output Module
The output module accepts and interpolates image
data from the input modules. The output module
includes two communication ports. The 37-pin
connector is for the printer. In addition to sending
image data to the printer, this port also handles
communication between the printer and the output
module. The 9-pin connector is for additional
communications when a 969 Dual Printer or 8300
Laser Imager is present.
The 8800 can accommodate one or two output
modules. One output module is required for each
printer connected to the 8800.
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 6 – Theory of Operation
1999 Rev. F
6-9.
Local Fiber Interface
The local fiber interface installs in the 8800. The
local fiber interface connects to the output module
via copper cable, and connects to the Dual Printer
via fiber optic cable. The local fiber interface
receives differential signals from the output module,
converts them to a serial stream of light pulses, and
sends them to the Dual Printer or POEIB. The local
fiber interface also receives serial light signals from
the Dual Printer or POEIB, converts them to
differential electrical signals, and sends them on to
the output module.
The 8800 can accommodate one or two local fiber
interface boards. One board is required for each
printer connected to the 8800.
6-10. DPEIB
The DPEIB (Dual Printer External Interface Box)
installs in the 969 HQ Dual Printer. The DPEIB
connects to the local fiber interface via fiber optic
cable, and connects to the printer and processor via
1-v
copper cable. The DPEIB receives a serial stream of
light pulses from the local fiber interface in the 8800,
converts them to electrical differential signals, and
sends them to the printer and the processor. The
DPEIB also receives differential signals from the
printer and the processor, converts them to light
pulses, and sends them on to the local fiber
interface in the 8800.
6-11. DPRI
The DPRI (Dual Printer Remote Interface) installs in
the 8700/8500 Dual Printer. The DPRI connects to
the 8800 local fiber interface via fiber optic cable.
Within the 8700/8500 Dual Printer, the DPRI
connects to the Host Interface Board (HIB) via
copper cable. The DPRI receives a serial stream of
light pulses from the local fiber interface, converts
them to differential signals, and sends them to the
8700/8500 System Controller Board (SCB) via the
HIB. The DPRI also receives differential signals from
the SCB/HIB, converts them to light pulses, and
sends them on to the local fiber interface.
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 6 – Theory of Operation
1999 Rev. F
1-vi
6-12. POEIB
The POEIB has three main functions:
The POEIB (Protocol Output External Interface Box)
is a bridging device that allows an 8800 Multi-Input
Manager or a 969 HQ Laser Imager to drive a 8300
Laser Imager. The 969 must have an 8800 Printer
Interface Kit, which adds a second output module
and local fiber interface, installed.
Signal Conversion – The POEIB converts the
stream of light pulses it receives from the local
fiber interface to electrical levels used within the
POEIB.
Serial-to-Parallel Conversion – The POEIB
converts the protocol of the image data sent
from the output module, via the local fiber
interface, to an 8-bit Kodak standard digital
protocol required by the 8300.
Command Communication – The POEIB passes
on acquire and print command sequences, sent
from the 8800 or 969, to the 8300 Laser Imager.
These commands cause the 8300 to acquire an
image from the output module (via the POEIB)
and to print it.
On the input side, the POEIB connects by a fiber
optic cable to the local fiber interface in an 8800 or
969. On the output side, two copper cables connect
the POEIB to a Digital Input Board in the 8300.
The local fiber interface, in the 8800 or 969,
transmits image data in the form of a fiber optic
serial bit stream. The 8300 Digital Input Board
conforms to the standard Kodak digital interface
which expects image data in an 8-bit parallel format
at standard RS-422 signal levels. The POEIB
translates between these two interfaces.
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 7 – Diagrams
1999 Rev. F
Section 7 – Diagrams
7-1.
IMS Functional Diagram
This is an oversized drawing, see printed manual for art.
7-2.
Keypad, UKEIB, KFEIB Diagrams
This is an oversized drawing, see printed manual for art.
7-1
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Section 7 – Diagrams
1999 Rev. F
7-3.
VEIB Diagram
7-2
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Section 7 – Diagrams
1999 Rev. F
7-4.
EVEIB Diagram
7-3
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 7 – Diagrams
1999 Rev. F
7-5.
POEIB Diagram
7-4
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 7 – Diagrams
1999 Rev. F
7-6.
DEIB Diagram
7-5
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 7 – Diagrams
1999 Rev. F
7-7.
IMS Power Distribution Diagram
(Prior to Serial Number 002055)
7-6
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 7 – Diagrams
1999 Rev. F
7-7
Note: For certain European
countries, the MOV/GAS Tube
PCB needs to be wire bypassed.
See procedure 4-13.
NOTE
1. ENSURE THAT THE 1,000 OHM RESISTOR HAS
BEEN REMOVED AND A WIRE JUMPER
INSTALLED ON THE BACKPLANE (LEFT SIDE).
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 8 – Troubleshooting
1999 Rev. F
8-1
Section 8 – Troubleshooting
8-1.
8800 Local Panel Error Messages
For 831/952 command set users: The 8800 local
panel does not display any system wide errors. It
only sets parameters.
Note
System wide error codes are displayed on the
969 HQ Local Panel, 8700/8500 Dual Printer
Local Panel, 8300 Local Panel or Kodak User
Keypad. To troubleshoot using error codes,
refer to the 969 HQ or 8700 Service Manual.
8-1-1.
Test Print Unsuccessful
This message indicates that an attempt to place a
contrast or density test print in the print queue was
unsuccessful. This message applies only to test
prints initiated from the 8800 Local Panel.
To clear this message, perform the following steps.
After each step, initiate another test print. If the test
print fails, proceed to the next step.
1. Verify that the toggle switch on the front of the
card cage is in the LOCAL KEYPAD position.
(For the U.S. Local Panel interface version only.)
2. Power cycle the 8800 (notify users first; all
images in memory will be lost).
3. Try to isolate the faulty component by running
IMS diagnostics from MPC for Windows.
4. Initialize system controller NVRAM. Refer to
subsection 8-3.
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 8 – Troubleshooting
1999 Rev. F
8-1-2.
Unable to Set Default Parameters
This message is displayed if an attempt to write to
input module NVRAM fails. Customer preference
settings (contrast, density, border, and media size)
are written to input module NVRAM when the SET
button is pressed on the Local Panel.
To clear this message, perform the following steps.
After each step, try setting parameters again. If the
attempt fails, proceed to the next step.
1. Verify that the toggle switch on the front of the
card cage is in the LOCAL KEYPAD position.
(For the U.S. Local Panel interface version only.)
2. Power cycle the 8800 (notify users first; all
images in memory will be lost).
3. Try to isolate the faulty component by running
IMS diagnostics from MPC for Windows.
4. Initialize system controller NVRAM. Refer to
subsection 8-3.
8-2
8-1-3.
K1: The Laser Imager is Not
Communicating
This message indicates the 8800 local panel cannot
communicate with the IMS. This message is normal
when either the modem or MPC port (on U.S. local
panel interface PWA, the toggle switch would be in
the MPC position) is active. Once the modem or
MPC disconnects (on U.S. local panel interface
PWA, the toggle switch is moved back to the Local
Keypad position) the message disappears after a
10 second delay. Then, operation resumes.
If the K1 message persists:
On U.S. versions, make sure the toggle switch is
in the Local Keypad position. Use MPC to make
sure the Local Connect Baud rate setting is
19200.
On O.U.S. versions, use the MPC to make sure
the Internal Modem Baud Rate setting is 19200.
Note
The Local Panel baud rate default is 19200
and cannot be set using MPC.
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 8 – Troubleshooting
1999 Rev. F
8-1-4.
Local Panel will Not Initialize to its
Main Menu Screen
Make sure baud rate setups are correct as follows:
On U.S. versions, make sure the toggle switch is
in the Local Keypad position. Use MPC to make
sure the Local Connect Baud rate setting is
19200.
On O.U.S. versions, use the MPC to make sure
the Internal Modem Baud Rate setting is 19200.
Note
The Local Panel baud rate default is 19200
and cannot be set using MPC.
8-3
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 8 – Troubleshooting
1999 Rev. F
8-2.
8-4
Printer Fiber Optic Link
Note
The DPEIB is located in the IMS cavity of the
969 Dual Printer. The DPRI is located in the
electronics enclosure of the 8700 Dual Printer.
The local fiber interface is located in the IMS
card cage of the 8800, to the left of the first
output module.
Problems with the fiber optic link from the 8800 to
the dual printer type are indicated on the dual
printer’s local panel by a Printer Malfunction
P910 error. The LEDs on the 969 Dual Printer EIB
(DPEIB) or the 8700 Dual Printer Remote Interface
(DPRI), the POEIB, the local fiber interface, and the
output module can be used to troubleshoot this error
condition. Refer to the table below.
1.
Symptom
TXD1 LED on local
fiber interface does
not blink.
1.
Check
Does the TXD1 LED
on the output module
blink?
2.
RXD1 LED on local
fiber interface does
not blink.
2.
Does the RXD1 LED
on the DPEIB, DPRI,
or, POEIB blink
3.
RXD1 LED on DPEIB,
DPRI, or POEIB does
not blink.
3A. Is the Power LED on
the DPEIB, DPRI, or
POEIB lit?
1.
2.
Possible Cause
Yes: 37-pin cable disconnected/bad, no
power to local fiber interface (check voltages
at test jacks), or local fiber interface bad.
No: Bad output module.
Yes: Fiber optic cable disconnected/bad.
No: Refer to Symptom 3.
3A. Yes: Refer to Check 3B.
No: Dual Printer not powered up, DPEIB not
plugged in, POEIB not plugged in, internal
cables to DPRI not connected, bad DPEIB,
DPRI, POEIB, or power supply.
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Section 8 – Troubleshooting
1999 Rev. F
Symptom
4.
TXD1 LED on DPEIB,
DPRI, or POEIB does
not blink.
8-5
Check
3B. Does the TXD1 LED
on the DPEIB, DPRI,
or POEIB blink?
Possible Cause
3B. Yes: Bad DPEIB, DPRI, POEIB, or Dual
Printer. (Check cabling/interface boards to/in
Dual Printers or 8300.)
No: Fiber optic cable disconnected/bad.
4A. Is the Power LED on
the DPEIB, DPRI, or
POEIB lit?
4A. Yes: Refer to Check 4B.
No: Dual Printer or POEIB not powered up,
DPEIB internal cables to DPRI not
connected, bad DPEIB, DPRI, POEIB, or
power supply.
4B. Does the TXD1 LED
on the local fiber
interface blink?
4B. Yes: Fiber optic cable disconnected/bad, bad
DPEIB, DPRI, or POEIB.
No: Refer to Symptom 1.
5.
RXD1 LED on output 5.
module does not blink.
Does the RXD1 LED
on the local fiber
interface blink?
6.
XP 535 Film processor 6A. Is the processor on,
not working (for 969
and are the processor
HQ Dual Printer
connections correct?
system only).
6B. Does the TXD0 LED
on the DPEIB blink?
5.
Yes: 37-pin cable disconnected/bad, bad
output module.
No: Refer to Symptom 2.
6A. Yes: Refer to Check 6B.
No: Turn on processor, correct cable
connections.
6B. Yes: Processor failure, bad 9-pin cable
between processor and DPEIB.
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 8 – Troubleshooting
1999 Rev. F
6.
8-6
Symptom
Check
XP 535 Film processor 6C. Does the TXD0 LED
not working (for 969
on the local fiber
HQ Dual Printer
interface blink?
system only).
6D. Does the TXD0 LED
on the output module
blink?
Possible Cause
6C. Yes: Fiber optic cable disconnected/bad.
No: Refer to Check 6D.
6D. Yes: 9-pin cable disconnected/bad, bad local
fiber interface.
No: Bad output module.
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 8 – Troubleshooting
1999 Rev. F
8-3.
!
Initialize System Controller NVRAM
Warning
When the power cord is plugged in,
hazardous voltages are present in some
areas of the 8800. These voltages can cause
severe injury or death.
If the MPC will not connect, check the following
items:
Is the cabling correct?
Is the system controller running (red light is
flashing)?
Is the MPC port in use set to 19200 baud?
8-7
If the previous items are all right, perform the
following procedure to initialize the system controller
and reestablish the MPC connection. NVRAM is
initiated at the factory and should normally not be
required in the field, unless replacing a system
controller board.
1. Open the front door of the 8800.
2. To gain access to the system controller, remove
the right front panel from the card cage.
3. Turn on the 8800.
4. Simultaneously press the Reset (red) and Abort
(black) switches on the system controller.
5. Release the Reset switch.
6. Wait until the red LEDs turn off.
7. Release the Abort switch.
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Section 8 – Troubleshooting
1999 Rev. F
8-8
8. Secure the right front panel to the card cage.
This procedure causes the system controller
maintenance port (B) values to be set as follows:
Internal modem baud set to 2400
Local connect baud set to 19200
Number of modem rings set to 4
Port mode set to Maint
Boot set to Normal
Right Front
Panel
Refer to MPC help messages for more information
on these parameters.
Note
After initializing system controller NVRAM, be
sure to set the system clock via MPC.
Figure 8-1.
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 9 – Illustrated Parts Breakdown
1999 Rev. F
9-1
Section 9 – Illustrated Parts Breakdown
Figure 9-1. CABINETRY
To Parts List
11
4
10
14
16*
25
TELCO
(LINE)
1
TEL SET
(PHONE)
6
OFF HOOK
POWER
MPC
(EXTERNAL
MODEM)
MPC OPERATION
LOCAL KEYPAD
(NORMAL)
LOCAL
KEYPAD
9
7
13
Note:
5
* Item 16 is located on
inside of top cover.
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 9 – Illustrated Parts Breakdown
1999 Rev. F
9-2
Figure 9-1. CABINETRY
Item No. Part Number
Description
1 ......
2–3 ..
4 ......
5 ......
6 ......
7 ......
8 ......
9 ......
10 . . . . .
11 . . . . .
12 . . . . .
13 . . . . .
14* . . . .
15 . . . . .
16* . . . .
17 – 24
25* . . . .
8800 IMS ASSEMBLY (See Figure 4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Not Available . . . . . .
Not Used
78-8094-9107-5 . . . .
78-8094-8844-4 . . . .
78-8094-9112-5 . . . .
26-1003-9522-2 . . . .
Not Used
26-1003-9514-9 . . . .
26-1006-3701-1 . . . .
70-0701-4367-5 . . . .
Not Used
78-8094-8821-2 . . . .
26-1001-9299-1 . . . .
Not Used
26-1011-7021-0 . . . .
Not Used
26-1002-8943-3 . . . .
Qty
LOCAL PANEL ASSEMBLY (See Figure 3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FILTER, 6.0 X 19.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CABLE ASSEMBLY, Local Keypad, I/O Interconnect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCREW, Sems, Pan Hd., Phil, Ext. Tooth, 1/4–20 X .500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1
1
1
2
SCREW, Sems, Pan Hd., Phil, Ext. Tooth, 8–32 X .375 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
NUT, Keps, Ext. Tooth, 6–32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
STRIP, Accent, Kodak yellow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
CROSSBAR, Bottom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
TAPE, Foam, 2.00” Wide X .125” Thick, 5’ Long . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
FASTENER, Loop, 1.0” Wide, Adhesive back, Nylon, Black . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
FASTENER, Hook, 1.0” Wide, Press Sens backing, Nylon, Black . . . . . . . AR
Note
* These items are stocked in bulk quantity. DO NOT order more than 1.
Kodak 8800 Multi-Input Manager Service Manual
Section 9 – Illustrated Parts Breakdown
1999 Rev. F
9-3
Figure 9-2. FRAME ASSEMBLY
16
17
To Parts List
2
11
18
20
25
20
21
27
8
29
28
19
3
24
12 4
31
23
15
22
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Section 9 – Illustrated Parts Breakdown
1999 Rev. F
9-4
Figure 9-2. FRAME ASSEMBLY
Item No. Part Number
1 ......
2A . . . . .
2B . . . . .
3A . . . . .
3B . . . . .
4 ......
5-7 ...
8 ......
9 - 10 . .
11 . . . . .
12 . . . . .
13 - 14 .
15 . . . . .
16** . . .
17** . . .
18 . . . . .
19 . . . . .
20* . . . .
21 . . . . .
22 . . . . .
23 . . . . .
Not Used
78-8094-9071-3 . . . .
78-8094-9076-2 . . . .
78-8094-9072-1 . . . .
78-8094-9078-8 . . . .
78-8094-8815-4 . . . .
Not Used
78-8094-8820-4 . . . .
Not Used
78-8094-8830-3 . . . .
78-8094-8834-5 . . . .
Not Used
26-1011-6385-0 . . . .
Not Available . . . . .
Not Available . . . . .
26-1006-0058-9 . . . .
26-1011-6845-3 . . . .
26-1002-6586-2 . . . .
26-1002-8200-8 . . . .
26-1000-6654-2 . . . .
26-1001-8627-4 . . . .
Description
Qty
COVER, Top, or OEM (includes items 16 and 17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COVER, Top, GE (includes items 16 and 17) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DOOR, or other OEM’s (includes logo) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DOOR, GE (includes logo) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PAWL, Latch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1
1
1
1
1
CROSSBAR, Top . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
CLOSURE, Cable Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
SPRING, Latch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
CASTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
BEZEL, Display (included with item 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
GASKET, Flange (included with item 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
PIN, Tinnerman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
FASTENER, Quarter-Turn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
GROMMET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
NUT, Keps, 1/4–20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
NUT, Keps, 8–32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
SCREW, Cap, Hex Hd., 6–32 X .250 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
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Section 9 – Illustrated Parts Breakdown
1999 Rev. F
9-5
Figure 9-2. FRAME ASSEMBLY
Item No. Part Number
24 . . . . .
25 . . . . .
26 . . . . .
27 . . . . .
28 . . . . .
29* . . . .
30 . . . . .
31 . . . . .
12-7991-1506-3
26-1002-3197-1
Not Used
26-1011-6585-5
26-1011-7029-3
26-1011-7028-5
Not Used
12-7999-5457-8
Description
Qty
. . . . NUT Hex, 6–32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
. . . . NUT, Wing, 6–32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
. . . . SHIELD, .6” Wide, Slot Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
. . . . SHIELD, .37 X .14 X .003, Teardrop shape with adhesive . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
. . . . GASKET, Foam, EMI Shield, .376 X .250 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
. . . . SCREW, Cap, 10–32 X .5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Note
* These items are stocked in bulk quantity. DO NOT order more than 1.
**These items are not stocked as individual parts and are included with item 2.
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Section 9 – Illustrated Parts Breakdown
1999 Rev. F
9-6
Figure 9-3. LOCAL PANEL ASSEMBLY
10
To Parts List
12
13
14
3
6
10
9
10
2
4
7
8
1
5
11
10
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Section 9 – Illustrated Parts Breakdown
1999 Rev. F
9-7
Figure 9-3. LOCAL PANEL ASSEMBLY
Item No. Part Number
Description
0 ......
1* . . . . .
2* . . . . .
3* . . . . .
4* . . . . .
5* . . . . .
6* . . . . .
7* . . . . .
8* . . . . .
9* . . . . .
10 . . . . .
11* . . . .
12* . . . .
13* . . . .
14* . . . .
LOCAL PANEL ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
BOX, Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
CIRCUIT BOARD, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
SCREEN, Touch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
E.L. PANEL ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
CABLE ASSEMBLY, 16-pin Local Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
HARNESS ASSEMBLY, Touch Screen Extension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
EPROM PROGRAMMED ASSEMBLY, Local Keypad, U1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
EPROM PROGRAMMED ASSEMBLY, Local Keypad, U2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
MASK/SPACER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
SCREW, SEMS, Pan Head, Phil, Ext Tooth, 6–32 X .250 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
COVER, Display Box (Bottom) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
COVER, Display Box (Top) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
SEAL, Touch Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
CONNECTOR, Strip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
78-8094-9107-5 . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
26-1003-9506-5 . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
Not Available . . . . . .
Note
* These items are not stocked as individual parts and are included with item 0.
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Section 9 – Illustrated Parts Breakdown
1999 Rev. F
9-8
Figure 9-4. 8800 IMS
(After S/N 002055)
7A
20
10
To Parts List
18 8
25
22A
17
(Rear View)
11 1
3
7B
16
9
(Prior to S/N
15 002055)
26
21
8
18
4
2
14
5
17
40
19
9
15
13
20
39
6
12
3
(Rear View)
22B
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1999 Rev. F
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Figure 9-4. 8800 IMS
Item No. Part Number
1 ......
2A . . . . .
2B . . . . .
2C . . . .
2D . . . .
2E* . . . .
........
2F* . . . .
3 ......
4A . . . . .
4B . . . . .
5** . . . .
6 ......
7A . . . . .
7B . . . . .
8 ......
9 ......
10 . . . . .
78-8079-0724-7
78-8077-4146-3
78-8063-3959-0
78-8094-9132-3
78-8094-9136-4
78-8079-9798-2
Description
....
....
....
....
....
....
78-8079-0735-3 . . . .
78-8077-4189-3
78-8056-4251-5
78-8056-4254-9
78-8094-9150-5
78-8071-8319-5
78-8077-4188-5
96-0000-1962-8
26-1003-6372-5
26-1003-9514-9
78-8094-9115-8
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
11 . . . . . 78-8077-4186-9 . . . .
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OUTPUT MODULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INPUT MODULE, (32MP, 9-bit) (old) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INPUT MODULE, (32MP, 12-bit) (old) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INPUT MODULE, (32MP, 9-bit) (Fiber only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INPUT MODULE, (32MP, 12-bit) (Fiber only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
INPUT MODULE/MEMORY EXPANSION BOARD KIT, (64MP, 9-bit)
(includes fiber only input module and memory expansion board) . . . . . . . . .
INPUT MODULE/MEMORY EXPANSION BOARD KIT, (64MP, 12-bit)
(includes fiber only input module and memory expansion board) . . . . . . . . .
FAN, Top/Bottom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MODEM/LOCAL PANEL INTERFACE (US) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MPC/LOCAL PANEL INTERFACE (OUS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CARD CAGE, (Multi-User) (Includes IMS Backplane) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HARNESS, System Controller to Modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
POWER SUPPLY with Fan (Prior to S/N 002055) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
POWER SUPPLY with Fan (After S/N 002055) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCREW, Sems, Pan Hd., Phil., Ext. Tooth, 6–32 X .312 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCREW, Sems, Pan Hd., Phil., Ext. Tooth, 8–32 X .375 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CABLE, Output Module to Local Fiber Interface, 9-pin, 16” Long,
(969 DP or 8300 only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CABLE, Output Module to Local Fiber Interface, 37-pin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
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Figure 9-4. 8800 IMS
Item No. Part Number
12 . . . . .
13 . . . . .
14 . . . . .
15 . . . . .
16 . . . . .
17 . . . . .
18 . . . . .
19 . . . . .
20 . . . . .
21 . . . . .
22A . . .
22B . . .
23–25 .
26 . . . . .
27–33 .
34A . . .
34B . . .
78-8063-3919-4
78-8077-4243-8
78-8071-0196-5
26-1011-6844-6
78-8056-4248-1
78-8094-8827-9
78-8056-4274-7
26-1003-9515-6
78-8094-9110-9
78-8056-4245-7
78-8094-9111-7
Description
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
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SYSTEM CONTROLLER ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
POWER HARNESS ASSEMBLY, Modem/Local Panel Int. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PANEL, Right, Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CIRCUIT BREAKER, 2 Pole, 10A, 250V . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PWA, Switchable Fiber Convertor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BRACKET, MOV Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PWA, MOV Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SCREW, Sems, Pan Hd., Phil., Ext. Tooth, 8–32 X .500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HARNESS ASSEMBLY, MOV Board to On/Off Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PWA, Local Fiber Interface (one for each Dual Printer connected) . . . . . . . .
HARNESS ASSEMBLY, IEE Power Supply to MOV (Used with Item 7)
(Prior to S/N 002055) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
96-0000-1970-1 . . . . HARNESS ASSEMBLY, IEE Power Supply to MOV (Used with Item 7)
(After S/N 002055) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Not Used
26-1004-3438-5 . . . . TERMINAL, .250 X .032 X .855, 16–14 AWG (After S/N 002055 only) . . . . .
Not Used
26-1011-4940-4 . . . . POWER CORD, US, 18 AWG X 10’, 125V, 10A, UL/CSA (Not Shown) . . . .
78-8077-4272-5 . . . . POWER CORD, OUS (Not Shown) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
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Figure 9-4. 8800 IMS
Item No. Part Number
Description
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35–38 . Not Used
39 . . . . . 26-1003-9551-1 . . . . SCREW, Mach., Sems, Phil., 8–32 X .250 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
40 . . . . . 26-1004-3945-9 . . . . FASTENER, 4–40 Thd. X .5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Note
* Order this “kit” if replacing a 64MP Input Module (Memory Expansion Board is not available
separately).
**Card Cage includes: IMS Backplane, Power Supply, Top/Bottom Fans, and System Controller Board.
Contact Service Engineering before ordering this part.
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Figure 9-5. EXTERNAL SYSTEM INTERFACES/CABLING
8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16
4, 17, 21
6
POEIB
23
UKEIB
1, 17
IMAGE
POWER
TXD1
RXD1
TXD0
FIBER
OPTICS
COMM
22
4
6
17, 20
7, 15
EVEIB
5
3, 17, 18
VEIB
4
10
10
6
4
6
To Parts List
2, 17
DEIB
19
4
6
9
VEIB or EVEIB
with PLL Module
Installed
8800–34L
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Figure 9-5. EXTERNAL SYSTEM INTERFACES/CABLING
Item No. Part Number
Description
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1 . . . . . . 78-8077-4135-6 . . . .
............................
............................
2 . . . . . . 78-8077-4201-6 . . . .
3 . . . . . . 78-8077-4199-2 . . . .
............................
............................
4A . . . . . 78-8063-3751-1 . . . .
4B . . . . . 78-8077-4272-7 . . . .
5 . . . . . . 78-8075-2572-6 . . . .
6A . . . . . 78-8075-2605-4 . . . .
6B . . . . . 78-8063-3684-4 . . . .
6C . . . . 78-8063-3685-1 . . . .
6D . . . . 78-8063-3686-9 . . . .
6E . . . . . 78-8063-3687-7 . . . .
6F . . . . . 78-8075-2606-2 . . . .
6G . . . . 78-8075-2607-0 . . . .
6H . . . . 78-8075-2608-8 . . . .
6J . . . . . 78-8063-3688-5 . . . .
6K . . . . . 78-8063-3689-3 . . . .
6L . . . . . 78-8063-3956-6 . . . .
UNIVERSAL KEYPAD EXTERNAL INTERFACE BOX (UKEIB)
(The Keypad Fiber Electronic Interface Box (KFEIB) is not stocked
as a service part. If a KFEIB fails, order a UKEIB to replace it.) . . . . . . . . . . . 1
DIGITAL EXTERNAL INTERFACE BOX (DEIB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
VIDEO EXTERNAL INTERFACE BOX (VEIB)
(Do not order a VEIB to replace an installed EVEIB.
Order an EVEIB – Item 20A or 20B) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
POWER CORD ASSY (U.L./CSA Rated Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
POWER CORD ASSY (International) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
FOOTSWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Fiber Optic, 3m (10 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Fiber Optic, 10m (33 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Fiber Optic, 30m (98 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Fiber Optic, 60m (198 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Fiber Optic, 100m (330 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Fiber Optic, l50m (495 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Fiber Optic, 200m (660 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Fiber Optic, 250m (825 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Fiber Optic, 300m (1090 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Fiber Optic, 500m (1652 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Fiber Optic, 1000m (3300 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
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Figure 9-5. EXTERNAL SYSTEM INTERFACES/CABLING
Item No. Part Number
7 ......
8A . . . . .
8B . . . . .
8C . . . .
9A . . . . .
9B . . . . .
9C . . . .
9D . . . .
10A . . .
10B . . .
10C . . .
10D . . .
11 . . . . .
12 . . . . .
13 . . . . .
14 . . . . .
15 . . . . .
16A . . .
16B . . .
16C . . .
16D . . .
78-8077-4097-8
78-8053-4646-3
78-8053-4647-1
78-8053-4648-9
78-8053-4697-6
78-8053-4134-0
78-8053-4135-7
78-8053-4139-9
78-8053-4695-0
78-8053-4059-9
78-8053-4034-2
78-8053-4033-4
78-8071-8331-0
78-8077-4159-6
26-1007-4918-8
26-1007-0924-0
78-8063-4088-7
78-8075-2603-9
78-8075-2542-9
78-8075-2543-7
78-8075-2604-7
Description
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
....
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CABLE, Keypad, 3m (10 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
CABLE, RS232, 15 Ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, RS232, 25 Ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, RS232, 50 Ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Digital, 3m (10 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Digital, 10m (33 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Digital, 30m (98 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Digital, 60m (197 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Analog, 3m (10 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Analog, 10m (33 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Analog, 30m (98 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Analog, 60m (197 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
RS232 to UKEIB Host Contr. Adapt. Cable (25-pin to 9-pin) . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
RS422 to UKEIB Host Contr. Adapt. Cable (37-pin to 9-pin) . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
ADAPTER, RS422 Connector (Male/Male) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
ADAPTER, RS422 Connector (Female/Female) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
DDIU to UKEIB Adapter Cable (37-pin M to 26-pin M) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Genesis (GE), 10m (33 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Genesis (GE), 30m (98 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Genesis (GE), 60m (197 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
CABLE, Genesis (GE), 100m (330 Ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
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Figure 9-5. EXTERNAL SYSTEM INTERFACES/CABLING
Item No. Part Number
Description
17 . . . . . 78-8077-4026-7 . . . .
18 . . . . . 78-8063-3672-9 . . . .
19 . . . . . 78-8077-4363-4 . . . .
20A . . . 78-8079-0747-8 . . . .
............................
20B . . . 78-8094-8860-0 . . . .
............................
21A . . . 78-8079-9807-1 . . . .
21B . . . 78-8114-2457-7 . . . .
22 . . . . . 96-0000-2994-0 . . . .
23 . . . . . 78-8075-2602-1 . . . .
POWER SUPPLY, EIB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
FAN, VEIB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
PLL, 110 MHZ (Used in VEIB or EVEIB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
ENHANCED VIDEO EXTERNAL INTERFACE BOX
(EVEIB with external Sync) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
ENHANCED VIDEO EXTERNAL INTERFACE BOX
(EVEIB without external Sync) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
PROTOCOL OUTPUT EXTERNAL INTERFACE BOX (POEIB) US . . . . . . . 1
PROTOCOL OUTPUT EXTERNAL INTERFACE BOX (POEIB) OUS . . . . . . 1
CABLE ASSEMBLY, POEIB Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
CABLE ASSEMBLY, KEIB, 4 wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Note
The Keypad Fiber Electronic Interface Box (KFEIB) is not stocked as a service part. If a KFEIB fails,
order a UKEIB to replace it (See Item 1).
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Figure 9-6. KEYPAD
To Parts List
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Figure 9-6. KEYPAD
Item No. Part Number
Description
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1 . . . . . . 78-8077-4087-9 . . . . KEYPAD, User . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
2 . . . . . . 78-8077-4097-8 . . . . CABLE, Keypad, 3m (10 ft.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
3 . . . . . . 78-8079-0111-7 . . . . KEYPAD, Translator, GE Sytec (5115-Y) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . AR
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