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IMPORTANT NOTICE
This product may malfunction due to electromagnetic waves caused by portable
personal telephones, transceivers, radio-controlled toys, etc.
Be sure to avoid
having the above objects, which affect the normal operation of the product, brought
near the product.
The information in this publication has been carefully checked and is believed to be
entirely accurate at the time of publication.
HUVITZ assumes no responsibility,
however, for possible errors or omissions, or for any consequences resulting from
the use of the information contained herein.
HUVITZ reserves the right to make changes in its products or product specifications
at any time without prior notice and is not required to update this documentation to
reflect such changes.
©2002 - 2003 HUVITZ Co., Ltd.
689-3, Geumjeong-dong, Gunpo-si, Gyeonggi-do,
435-862, Republic of Korea
All rights are reserved.
Under copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the
prior written consent of HUVITZ Co., Ltd.
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Contents
IMPORTANT NOTICE ..................................................................................... 2
1. Introduction ................................................................................................... 6
1.1 System Configuration............................................................................. 6
1.2 Main Features ......................................................................................... 6
1.3 Classification ........................................................................................... 7
2. Safety Information......................................................................................... 8
2.1 Introduction............................................................................................. 8
2.2 Safety Symbols ........................................................................................ 9
2.3 Environment factors ............................................................................. 10
2.4 Safety Precaution .................................................................................. 11
3. System Configurations................................................................................. 16
3.1 Front View ............................................................................................. 16
3.2 Rear View .............................................................................................. 16
3.3 Standard Accessory (Tool Box) ............................................................ 17
4. Installation Procedure ................................................................................. 18
4.1 Installation............................................................................................. 18
5. Operation...................................................................................................... 19
5.1 Frame Reader Module.......................................................................... 19
5.2 Blocker Module ..................................................................................... 22
5.2.1 Key functions................................................................................... 23
5.2.2 Numeric value.................................................................................. 24
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5.2.3 Job Management.............................................................................. 25
5.2.4 Command Menu .............................................................................. 28
5.3 Design of spectacles .............................................................................. 30
5.3.1 LAYOUT......................................................................................... 30
5.3.2 Edging ............................................................................................. 40
5.4 Blocking................................................................................................. 46
5.5 Usage for the different types of lenses................................................. 47
5.5.1 Optic lens......................................................................................... 47
5.5.2 Progressive lens including the Digital Scanning ............................. 50
5.5.3 Bi-focal lens including the Digital Pattern ...................................... 53
5.5.4 Auto recognition of lens type........................................................... 57
6. User Menu ................................................................................................... 58
6.1 System Info............................................................................................ 59
6.2 Basic Info............................................................................................... 60
6.3 LAYOUT DEF ...................................................................................... 62
6.4 EDGING DEF....................................................................................... 64
6.5 LENSMETER DEF.............................................................................. 69
7. Factory Menu .............................................................................................. 70
7.1 Blocker .................................................................................................. 70
7.2 Lensmeter.............................................................................................. 71
7.3 EEPROM .............................................................................................. 72
8. Calibration Menu ........................................................................................ 73
8.1 Lensmeter.............................................................................................. 74
8.2 Blocker .................................................................................................. 75
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8.3 TRACER ............................................................................................... 76
8.4 TRACER-SIM....................................................................................... 77
9. Maintenance ................................................................................................ 77
9.1 “It is needed to setup prism” message................................................. 77
9.2 “Remove the object on the table and then turn off/on” message...... 79
9.3 Blocking Position calibration............................................................... 79
9.4 Blocking axis calibration ...................................................................... 80
9.5 Calibration of the internal lensmeter’s center.................................... 81
9.6 Calibration of the internal lensmeter’s axis........................................ 83
9.7 Touch Panel calibration........................................................................ 84
9.8 Miscellaneous ........................................................................................ 85
Specification..................................................................................................... 87
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1. Introduction
1.1 System Configuration
• Auto Blocker
(CAB-4000)
This product is Auto Blocker CAB-4000, lenses can be checked and blocked in
automatically. So the CAB-4000 eliminates the need for manual inspection and blocking of
the lens. Also, with the CAB-4000 a frame can be read in simple step.
1.2 Main Features
• This can block all kinds of lenses in which include the normal lens without 3 dot,
the bi-focal lens, the multi-focal lens and the lens with 3 dot.
• TFT-LCD (8.4”) True color display device and touch screen are harmonized to
offer the maximum convenience for everyday use
• Frame Reader Module reads a frame as well as a pattern, and then sends it to the
main GUI display module.
• This includes not only the image processing module but also the lensmeter
module so that it can block from a normal lens without 3 dot to a multi-focal lens.
• We can design all information for the layout and the edging at one page, and send
it to other two edger machines.
• Graphically Designed Test Mode enables the operator to effectively perform the
routine maintenance without the technical assistance
• Any shape and material of a frame from rimless to goggles are automatically and
precisely scanned with 3D technology ensuring no margin of error
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• The Digital Scanning technology can scan a frame shape for a demo lens without
a conventional tracer. This provides you an enormous convenience and a time
saving.
• A maximum one thousand of frames are memorized in the permanent memory.
Therefore, users can retrieve them whenever they want.
• The compete harmony between this blocking machine and edger machines can
accomplish the full automation in the edging processes.
1.3 Classification
• Protection against electric shock: Class I(earthed)
• Installation Category: II
• Pollution Degree: 2
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2. Safety Information
2.1 Introduction
Safety is everyone’s responsibility. The safe use of this equipment is largely
dependent upon the installer, user, operator, and maintainer. It is imperative that
personnel study and become familiar with this entire manual before attempting to
install, use, clean, service or adjust this equipment and any associated accessories.
It is paramount that the instructions contained in this manual are fully under stood
and followed to enhance safety to the patient and the user/operator. It is for this
reason that the following safety notices have been placed appropriately within the
text of this manual to highlight safety related information or information requiring
special emphasis. All user, operators, and maintainers must be familiar with and pay
particular attention to all warning and cautions incorporated herein.
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WARNING
“Warning” indicates the presence of a hazard that could result in severe
personal injury, death or substantial property damage if ignored.
!
NOTE
“Note” describes information for the installation, operation, or maintenance of
which is important but hazard related if ignored.
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CAUTION
“Caution” indicates the presence of a hazard that could result in minor injury,
or property damaged if ignored.
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2.2 Safety Symbols
The International Electro technical Commission (IEC) has established a set of
symbols for medical electronic equipment, which classify a connection or warn of any
potential hazard. The classifications and symbol s are shown below.
Save these instructions
I and O on power switch represent ON and OFF
respectively.
This symbol identifies a safety note. Ensure you understand
the function of this control before using it. Control function is
described in the appropriate User’s or Service Manual.
Identifies the point where the system safety ground is
fastened to the chassis. Protective earth connected to
conductive parts of Class I equipment for safety purposes.
Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol
attached to a product it means
is
the product is covered by
the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products should be
disposed of separately from the municipal waste stream
via designated collection facilities appointed by the
government or the local authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help
prevent
potential
negative
consequences
for
the
environment and human health.
4. For more detailed information about disposal of your
old appliance, please contact your city office, waste
disposal service or the shop where you purchased the
product.
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2.3 Environment factors
Avoid the following environments for operation or storage:
Where the equipment is exposed to water vapor.
Don’t operate the equipment with a wet hand.
Where the temperature changes extremely.
- Operation Temperature: 10 ~ 40°C
(Humidity : 50 ~ 80%)
- Storage Temperature : -20 ~ 85°C (Humidity : 50 ~ 80%)
Where the humidity is extremely high or there is a ventilation
problem.
Where equipment is exposed to chemical material or
explosive gas.
Where the equipment is exposed to direct sunlight.
Where it is near the heat equipment.
Don’t
disassemble
the
product
responsible for it for nothing.
or
open.
We
aren’t
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Don’t plug the AC power cord into the outlet before the
connection between devices of the e q u i p m e n t
is
c o m p l e t e d . This can generate the defect.
Where the equipment is subject to excessive shocks or
vibrations.
Be careful not to be inserted dust, especially, metal
Be careful not to close the fan located on the lateral or
backside of the equipment.
Pull out the power cord with holding the plug, not the cord.
Avoid places where the ambient temperature falls below 10℃ or exceeds 40℃ for
normal operation, or below –20℃ or exceeds 85℃ for transportation and storage.
Humidity should be maintained between 50% and 80% for normal operation,
transportation and storage.
Avoid environments where the equipment is exposed to
excessive shocks or vibrations. And also the normal operation time is as following:
operation time : short term operation max 1min
2.4 Safety Precaution
This equipment has been developed and tested according to safety standards as
well as national and international standards. This guarantees a very high degree of
safety for this device. The legislator expects us inform the user expressively about
the safety aspects in dealing with the device. The correct handling of this equipment
is imperative for its safe operation. Therefore, please read carefully all instructions
before switching on this device. For more detailed information, please contact our
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Customer Service Department or one of our authorized representatives.
① This equipment must not be used (a) in an area that is in danger of explosions
and (b) in the presence of flammable, explosive, or volatile solvent such as
alcohol, benzene or similar chemicals.
② Do not put or use this device in humid rooms. Humidity should be maintained
between 50% and 80% for normal operation.
Do not expose the device to water
splashes, dripping water, or sprayed water. Do not place containers containing
fluids, liquids, or gases on top of any electrical equipment or devices.
③ The equipment must be operated only by, or under direct supervision of a
properly trained and qualified person.
④ The service technician of Huvitz or the technician authorized by Huvitz may only
carry out modifications of this equipment.
⑤ Customer maintenance of this equipment may only be performed as stated in the
User’s Manual and Service Manual. Any additional maintenance may only be
performed by the service technician of Huvitz or the technician authorized by
Huvitz.
⑥ The manufacturer is only responsible for effects on safety, reliability, and
performance of this equipment when the following requirements are fulfilled: (1)
The electrical installation in the respective room corresponds to the specifications
stated in this manual and (2) This equipment is used, operated, and maintained
according to this manual and Service Manual.
⑦ The manufacturer is not liable for damage caused by unauthorized tampering
with the device(s).
Such tampering will forfeit any right to claim under warranty.
⑧ This equipment may only be used together with accessories supplied by Huvitz.
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If the customer makes use of other accessories, use them only if their safe
usability under technical aspect has been proved and confirmed by Huvitz or the
manufacturer of the accessory.
⑨ Only person who has undergone proper training and instructions are authorized
to install, use, operate, and maintain this equipment.
⑩ Keep the User’s Manual and Service Manual in a place easily accessible at all
times for persons operating and maintaining the equipment.
⑪ Do not force cable connections. If a cable does not connect easily, be sure that
the connector (plug) is appropriate for the receptacle (socket). If you cause any
damage to a cable connector(s) or receptacle(s), let the damage(s) be repaired
by an authorized service technician.
⑫ Please do not pull on any cable. Always hold on to the plug when disconnecting
cables.
⑬ Before every operation, visually check the equipment for exterior mechanical
damage(s) and for proper function.
⑭ Do not cover any ventilation grids or slits.
Immediately turn off and unplug any
equipment that gives off smoke, sparks, strange noises, or odors.
15 Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used
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batteries according to the instructions.
16 Don’t move your hands into the working area during blocking, otherwise you may
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get a damage in your hands.
17 Keep to use LAN Port only in the inside building.
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18 This machine might be impaired if used in a manner not specified by
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manufacturer and this manual.
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WARNING
• Be sure not to move the hands into the working area during blocking.
Otherwise, the person may be seriously hurt.
• Be sure not to block without a block in the block holder, otherwise the lens may
be broken or scratched.
• Be sure not to block when there is no lens on the lens supporter. Otherwise it
may cause the malfunction of the product.
• The equipment should be properly installed and operated based on the
instructions on this manual.
If the power is turned on without unlocking the
locking device like several styrofoams, it may cause the damage to the product
and cause the malfunction of the product.
• Do not disassemble the product without the proper training.
It may cause the
electric shock, serious hurt during the operation or cause the malfunction of the
product.
• Be sure the material of lens is matched with the job options selected in the
display before starting the edging mode.
Otherwise, it may cause the damage
to the wheel and shorten the lifetime of wheel.
• The safety beveling for glass lenses should be performed both at front and rear
side. Otherwise, it will cause the damage to the human skin.
• The product should be properly installed and maintained at the horizontally
leveled place.
Otherwise, it may affect the normal operation of the product.
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• Be sure that the stylus of frame reader is not interfered with the human body or
other objects during the operation.
Otherwise, it may cause the hurt or
malfunction of the product.
• Do not force on the stylus of frame reader. It may cause the malfunction of the
product.
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CAUTION
• In case of setting down the equipment, make sure not to be interfered with the
obstacles. Setting down the product slowly in order to prevent the hurt of human
body or damage to the product.
• When moving the equipment, make sure the locking device and the screw for
the cover are properly tightened.
• In case of packaging the equipment, use the recommended packaging material
and method in order to prevent the damage during the transportation.
• Be sure to use the standard accessories or tools provided together with the
product for the maintenance. Otherwise, it may cause the malfunction of the
product.
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3. System Configurations
3.1 Front View
Main display window
Frame
Main Key Pad
Reader
Module
Lens Supporter
Key for
Frame Reader
Blocking Arm
3.2 Rear View
Main Power Input
Fan
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3.3 Standard Accessory (Tool Box)
Lens Supporter
Lens Supporter
for Frame Change
Lens Supporter
Standard Frame
Touch Pen
For Digital Scanning
Standard Pattern
Pattern Holder
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NOTE
• Only Use 3M LEAP-III™ as the Block Tape in order to assure the proper axis
positioning.
• In case of Super Hydrophobic Lens, use the specialized sticker in order to
assure the proper axis position.
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4. Installation Procedure
4.1 Installation
① Remove the shock-absorbing material from the packing box and pull out the auto
blocker carefully.
② Remove the shock-absorbing material from the blocking arm and the workspace
of Stylus.
③ Plug the Power Cable into the receptacle at the back of the product and turn on
the power to check the initial operation.
④ If the initial operation works properly, connect Edger and Auto blocker by using 9pin D-sub Crossed Interface Cable.
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CAUTION
• Be sure to check the voltage selector underneath of the product before the
power switch is ON.
• Be sure that the edger system of our company should be set to the blocker type.
Otherwise, the transmitted data could be incorrect. Our edging system provides
internally two type of external devices which are a tracer and a automatic
blocker.
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5. Operation
5.1 Frame Reader Module
MATERIAL
LEFT
BOTH
RIGHT
STOP
• MATERIAL
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Select one of METAL, PLASTIC or OPTYL.
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Before the frame is traced, choose one of the above items.
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The specified values are used in Edger for the size adjustment.
☞ If the pattern or the demo lens are placed in the frame reader module, it
automatically detects which one is placed on it.
• BOTH
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Press this button for two eye tracing. This is only for frame tracing.
☞ Usually one side tracing is used for the pattern or a demo lens.
• RIGHT
-
Press this button for right eye tracing.
• LEFT
-
Press this button for left eye tracing.
☞ The one side traced data for pattern or a demo lens is copied symmetrically to the
other side.
• STOP
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Press this button to stop tracing.
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Operation Tips
• Refer to the messages for the frame reader module which are shown the top of
main display with beep sound. These messages enable you to take a next
action.
• The data will be automatically transmitted after finishing the tracing.
• In case that the single side (R or L) is traced, the traced data will be
automatically duplicated symmetrically to the other side to complete the job.
• Semi-Automatic Tracing Mode will be executed in case of pressing one of these
three buttons, ‘L’, ‘B’ or ‘R’ for more than 3 seconds. It will be useful to trace the
frame with the lopsided groove.
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Frame Tracing
① Place the frame between the upper grippers and the lower grippers.
② Move the frame in order that the bridge of frame is located at the central position
between the left and right side grippers.
③ Press the FRAME button to select the frame material(METAL,PLASTIC,OPTYL).
④ Press the Reading Button (B, R, L)
Pattern
Pattern Tracing
Demo Lens
① Block the pattern or demo lens
Pattern
at the approximate center of
Fixing
them.
Screw
② Place it to the Pattern Holder
③ Press the Reading Button (R,
L)
[ How to place the Pattern
Holder to Gripper ]
Lens Adapter
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5.2 Blocker Module
◀
▶
BLOCKING
Numeric Pad
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Right / Left
Items for Layout
Menu Items
Buttons for switching LAYOUT / EDGING
5.2.1 Key functions
• BLOCK
Press this button to block the lens. If the option for the output to the edger is on,
it sends data and then blocks the lens.
• ◀
Function
Normal Mode
Decrease the led power
Grid Mode
Decrease the size of grid
Dialog Box Mode
Respond with a negative reply.
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• ▶
Function
Normal Mode
Increase the led power
Grid Mode
Increase the size of grid
Dialog Box Mode
Respond with an affirmative reply.
5.2.2 Numeric value
Increment
Decrement
☞ The numeric pad is open if you press the digital value which you want to change.
• ENTER
Press this button to apply the changed value.
• +/Press this button to switch the sign of the value.
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Increase the value by the specified step.
• ▼
Decrease the value by the specified step.
• ◀
Move the cursor to the left side.
• ▶
Move the cursor to the right side.
5.2.3 Job Management
• NEW
Create new job.
• OPEN
Open the dialog box for the job management
• SAVE
Save the currently working job
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• Dialog Box for the job management
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Working Job
☞ Working Job is the job which is being loaded and edited by user. You can create a
new working job from the frame reader, internal jobs, and also memory jobs.
☞ Maximum 15 working job are stored automatically at the non-permanent memory.
That includes all information such as traced data, layout data, edging data, etc. You
can retrieve it whenever you want to reuse.
☞ In case more than 15 job data is accumulated, this machine will delete the data job
according to First In First Out basis.
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Internal Job
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Memory Job
☞ There are SQUARE, ELLIPSE, SAMPLE, CIRCLE, and PENTAGON in the internal
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job.
5.2.4 Command Menu
• MENU
-
USER MENU
Go into the display of user option.
-
FACTORY MENU
Go into the display of factory settings.
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USER MENU
Go into the display of calibration.
• OPTION
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BOX CENTER / OPTICAL CENTER
Choose the style of blocking.
-
RL JOINT
Turn on/off the synchronization of both sides’ values.
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AUTO LENSTYPE
Turn on/off the automatic recognition of lens type.
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AUTO BRIGHTNESS
Turn on/off the automatic brightness function.
• DISPLAY
-
SCALE 1x / 2x
Switch the image scale 1x or 2x.
-
C Sign +/-
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Transpose the sign of the cylindrical value.
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• The CYL sign and the CYL axis of your prescription should be matched with
those of the main display. Otherwise, the prescription axis could be incorrect
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GRID
Display or Hide the grid
• COMMAND
-
MEASURE
Execute the lens analysis about SPH, CYL, AXIS and the center of it.
-
DIGITAL SCAN
Execute the digital scanning.
☞ To do the digital scanning, change from the normal lens supporter to the lens
support without legs. And then place the lens on it.
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5.3 Design of spectacles
5.3.1 LAYOUT
You should specify the lens type, bridge size, pupil distance and the optic height, etc
at the layout display.
Lens type
Info. box
Bridge Size
Value box
Pupil Distance
Value box
Height
Value box
Angle
Value box
Circumference
Value box
Rotation
Digital Edit
• Lens type
Choose the type of the lens.
-
- the normal lens without 3 marking spots
- measure sph, cyl, axis and the center of lens
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WARNING
• Be sure not to touch the lens after the measurement is completed. Otherwise,
the pupil distance isn’t correct the lens blocked.
• If the lens move any place a little after finishing the measurement, try to
measure it again. That makes the center of lens recalculated.
- the bifocal lens : flat type and blending type
- measure the center and the orientation of the lens
-
- the normal lens with 3 marking spots
- normally used for the demo lens without the power
-
- the progressive lens
- measure the eye point and the orientation of the lens
-
- locate the lens manually.
- the exactly same way as you do in a manual blocker.
• Bridge size / Frame Distance
Set the bridge size or the frame size
-
- the bridge size
- normally used for the one-side reading, the demo
lens and the pattern.
- the frame size
- calculated automatically after reading the frame.
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• Pupil Distance
Set the pupil distance
-
- Set the pupil distance for both eyes
- binocular
- Set the singular pupil distance for the right eye
- monocular
- Set the singular pupil distance for the left eye
- monocular
• Eye Height
Set the Eye Height
-
- Set the delta Y
- Set the offset from the box center.
- Set the boxed height.
- OH based on the distance between the optical center
and the bottom line of a frame.
- Set the mixed height.
- OH based on the intersection with the frame and the
vertical line of the optical center.
• AXIS
Set the prescription axis
-
- Set the prescription axis
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CAUTION
• The CYL sign and the CYL axis of your prescription should be matched with
those of the main display. Otherwise, the CYL axis fitted could be incorrect
• Resize : Digital Edit
Set the resize.
-
- diameter enlargement
-
- Circumference enlargement
-
• Rotation : Digital Edit
Set the rotation.
-
- set the rotating angle.
-
• Free Editing
Go into the free editing mode.
-
- Go into the free editing mode.
- Finish the free editing.
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• Free Editing Mode
Arrow buttons for resizing
Pop up the Numeric Pad
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NOTE
• In case of Two Eye Tracing, the value of FPD will be automatically transmitted
and displayed.
• In case of pattern tracing, be sure to change the initial value to the actual Bridge
Size.
• Measure the Bridge Size as (B) instead of (A). Remember that the Bridge Size
is not from frame to frame, but from lens to lens,
(A)
(B)
The saved frame data is stored in the internal permanent memory. You can
retrieve it at the ‘Job Management Dialog box’. Maximum 1,000 jobs data can
be saved.
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NOTE
• Be sure to execute Boxing Center for the followings.
☞ PD is in eccentric position
☞ Horizontally Wide Frame
☞ Super Hydrophobic Lens or Ultra Hi-Index Lens
• In case of Layout with Monocular PD
Right/Left Synchronization
.
, be sure to cancel
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Operation Tips
• In case of One Eye Tracing, it is recommended to input the Bridge Size
instead of FPD.
• If you get the tracing data with tilted axis of Pattern (Demo Lens) or if you want
to change the axis of rimless frame, the axis rotation (
) of Digital Pattern will
be very much convenient for the Layout Job.
• The exact meaning of the mix height and the box height is as following:
Y
Mix Height
Box Height
• It is so important to measure the optical height of the patient precisely when
edging a progressive lens. Sometimes, too short optical height might cut out the
near vision area.
• For the half-framed lens or the rimless lens, the digital pattern provides the
convenient reformation. The redesign of the frame shape could be done easily
using the digital pattern.
• For the bi-focal lens or the progressive, the digital pattern makes the near vision
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area included within the frame. Sometimes too small frame shape might cut out
the near vision area. In this case, the digital pattern provides the enlargement of
the frame shape.
You can execute the Frame Tracing while designing the layout and the
edging. The received frame data is accumulated in the working job pool. You
can retrieve it through the job management dialog box.
In the layout mode, if you press DISPLAY >> GRID button, grids will be
shown on the screen. Using this grid ruler, you can identify the dimension of
each elements such as the size of frame, the distance from the far vision center
to the near vision center and the size of near vision area and so on. And also
you can change the interval of the grid by pressing ◀ or ▶ keys.
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In digital pattern editing, if you change one of the changeable elements, the
original data will be shown with violet color.
Original Contour
Changed Contour
The following two safety checking is executed before blocking an adaptor in
case that the safety checking is on in the configuration settings.
z
Lens Adapter interference
z
PD eccentricity
If there is any problem while executing the safety check, warning messages
will be displayed with some dialog box. According to the guides of these
warning message, you can correct easily the problem. The followings are the
meaning and the solution guide of these warning messages.
z
Lens Adapter Interference (I)
Ö
Use the Boxing center mode instead of the Optical center mode
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Lens Adapter Interference (II)
Ö
z
Use small lens adaptor.
Lens Adapter Interference (III)
Ö
Edging impossible. Use different frame data.
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5.3.2 Edging
You should specify the lens material, the edging type, and the position of edgin
g, etc, at the edging display.
Lens Material
Info. box
Safety Edging
Info. box
Edging type
Info. box
Polishing
Info. box
Position
Value box
Size
Value box
Front S/B
Rear S/B
• Lens material
Choose the material of the lens.
-
- plastic
- Glass
Grooving and Polishing is not available for the Glass Lens. Be sure the
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material of lens is matched with the job options selected in the display before
starting blocking.
-
- Polycarbonate
-
-
- Hi-Index Lens
-
-
- Tri-Vex lens
• Safety Edging
Choose one of the normal edging and the safe edging.
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- non-safety edging
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- safety edging
- for the fragile lens like a glass material
Be sure to carry out the Edging Process in Fragile Mode in case the lens
may be broken or the axis may be tilted during the edging process.
• Edging Type
Choose one of Beveling, Grooving and rimles.
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- Beveling
- for a frame
- Grooving
- for a half-frame
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- Flat Edging
- for a rimless spectacles
In case of Semi-Rimless Edging
, the grooving depth and width can be
adjusted by changing the default value in “Edging Default” Menu.
• Polishing
Choose one of polishing and non-polishing.
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- No polishing
- Polishing
• Edging position
Choose one of the front side %, the front side mm, the rear side mm, and the base curve.
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- The front side %
- Ratio (%) from the Front side of the lens
- The Front side mm
- Distance (㎜) from the Front side of the lens
- The rear side mm
- Distance (㎜) from the Rear side of the lens
- The base curve
- Adjust the position according to the Lens
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Operation Tips
• The value of the edging options affects the final output as followings :
50%
[ Ratio(%) mode
from the front side ]
• Like the above picture, if the operator use ratio(%) mode from the Front side
about a so thin lens, the machining of the thinnest part could be dangerous.
50%
[ Distance(mm) mode
from the front side ]
1.6mm
1.6mm
• Using the distance(mm) mode from the front side, you can set the specific
distance, However, if the thickness of the thin area is less than the double of the
designated value, the machine internally forces it to be machined by the 50% of
the thickness at the thin position.
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!
1
NOTE
9
9
1
Base
Curve
Base
Base
[Base curve mode]
Curve
Curve
(-) lens
(+) lens
• In the base curve mode, base curves of (+) lenses and (-) lenses exist the
opposite side of each of them. In this mode, the bevel or grooving line always
passes the mid of the thinnest area which is located at the midst zone of (-)
lenses and is located at the edged zone of (+) lens. And much bigger position
value makes the curve closer to the base curve.
• Size
Set the size adjustment
-
- The size adjustment
- Frame Material, Lens Material and Lens Thickness
may affect the quality of Lens Fitting. You can apply
some size adjustment using this value in advance.
• Front Safety Beveling
Choose the safety beveling of the front side.
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- The front safety beveling
-
- no Safety beveling
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• Rear Safety Beveling
Choose the safety beveling of the rear side.
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- safety beveling(normal)
- safety beveling(Large)
- no safety beveling
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CAUTION
• The safety beveling for glass lenses should be performed both at front and rear
side. Otherwise, it will cause the damage to the human skin.
!
NOTE
• Press the FC button at CPE-4000 machine to do the job of frame change. That
makes the feeler read more inside position than that of designed. You can see
the FC icon at the display after doing so
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5.4 Blocking
The procedures for blocking are as followings :
a.
Stick the tape on the lens adaptor.
b.
Insert the lens adaptor into the lens adaptor setter.
c.
Press the “BLOCK” key.
d.
First, try to send data to the external edger system if this exporting function is
ON.
e.
Block the lens after completing the communication.
!
CAUTION
• To prevent the distortion of axis, you should put stickers for blocking of
hydrophobic lenses. Stickers are provided by lens manufacturers. Otherwise,
we do not guarantee the quality of the stickers.
• Be sure to use the new Tape or Sticker and remove the wet from the Lens
surface.
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5.5 Usage for the different types of lenses
We’ll explain you the blocking procedures for the different types of lens such as a
normal lens, a bi-focal lens, a progressive lens and an unusual lens from now on.
We’ll add some tips such as the Digital Scanning, the Digital Pattern and the auto
recognition etc, at the same time.
5.5.1 Optic lens
Step 1. Place a frame at the gripper of the tracer module.
Step 2. Press one of BOTH or RIGHT, LEFT keys to start reading.
Step 3. Press the NEW item of JOB menu at the main LCD display.
Step 4. Put a lens on a lens supporter.
[ LIVE IMAGE ]
Step 5. Press the MEASURE button at the COMMAND menu to check the optic
center and the lens powers after receiving the frame from a tracer module.
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[ STILL IMAGE ]
Lens Diopter
Optic Center with yellow color
!
NOTE
• The live image will be changed to the still image after pressing the MEASURE
button. That’s why that the read frame is always displayed horizontally parallel
regardless of the location and the orientation of the lens.
!
CAUTION
• Make sure that don’t touch a lens after finishing measuring it. Even if you did so,
make sure to press to the MEASURE button again to check the optic center
again.
Step 6. Change a PD and an optic height if necessary.
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NOTE
• If you press the numeric area of a PD or an optic height one time, the focus is
set on there. You can change a PD and an optic height by pressing RIGHT and
LEFT arrow keys at this moment. You can see concurrently the effect of
changing PD or an optic height. Or, if you press those area one more time, the
numeric pad is popped up.
Step 7. Change an edging type if necessary.
☞
Step 8. Press BLOCK key, and then press a RIGHT key to send the data to an edger.
Cancel sending
BLOCKING
confirm sending
Step 9. Clamp the blocked lens at a edger and press START key to start edging.
Step 10. Repeat from Step 4 to Step 9 for the opposite side lens.
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CAUTION
• If there is a job with the same job id when a edger receive a job data from a
blocker, the edger just apply with only the data of the active side at the
transmitting blocker
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5.5.2 Progressive lens including the Digital Scanning
!
NOTE
• You can use a pattern jib to read the pattern or the demo lens as you did in the
past. But, this paragraph explains you how to use the Digital Scanning, and how
convenient it is.
Step 1. Change to the lens supporter for the digital scanning.
Step 2. Change to the Manual Mode, or load the internal square pattern to put a
demo lens horizontally.
!
NOTE
• You can place a demo lens more accurately horizontal using the horizontal lines
in the Manual mode or the square pattern.
• You can place a domo lens accurately at the Manual mode with 2x scale. But,
go back to the normal scale to execute the Digital Scanning.
• When you do the Digital Scanning, keep a demo lens horizontally parallel, but,
don’t care the location of it.
[ In a square pattern ]
[ In Manual Mode with 2x scale ]
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Step 3. Press DIGITAL SCAN item of the COMMAND menu to read a frame.
Step 4. Change to the normal lens supporter.
Step 5. Put a progress lens on a lens supporter and then change to the Progressive
Mode.
!
☝
CAUTION
• Put a progressive lens that its far vision area is toward upside. Nowadays, there
are a lot kinds of customized progressive lenses, this machine can’t decide
arbitrary the far vision of that. Therefore this is mandatory for operators.
!
NOTE
• If there are all components which are a horizontal line, a cross marker for eye
point, and an arc for far vision, this machine can detect the eye point of it
automatically. There is no need for you to do anything.
• If a cross marker for eye point or an arc for far vision aren’t perfect, this
machine just show you the horizontal line of it. You can teach the eye point by
dragging a cross marker using a finger or a touch pointer.
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Eye Point
[ Semi-Automatic ]
[ Automatic Dectection ]
Step 6. Change a PD and an optic height if necessary.
!
NOTE
• If you press the numeric area of a PD or an optic height one time, the focus is
set on there. You can change a PD and an optic height by pressing RIGHT and
LEFT arrow keys at this moment. You can see concurrently the effect of
changing PD or an optic height. Or, if you press those area one more time, the
numeric pad is popped up.
Step 7. Change a edging type if necessary.
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Step 8. Press BLOCK key, and then press a RIGHT key to send the data to an edger.
Cancel sending
BLOCKING
Confirm sending
Step 9. Clamp the blocked lens at an edger and press START key to start edging.
Step 10. Repeat from Step 5 to Step 9 for the opposite side lens
!
CAUTION
• If there is a job with the same job id when a edger receive a job data from a
blocker, the edger just apply with only the data of the active side of the
transmitting blocker
5.5.3 Bi-focal lens including the Digital Pattern
Step 1. Place a frame or a pattern jig at the gripper of the tracer module.
Step 2. Press one of BOTH or RIGHT, LEFT keys to start reading.
Step 3. Press the NEW item of JOB menu at the main LCD display.
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Step 4. Put a lens on a lens supporter.
[ LIVE IMAGE ]
Step 5. Change to the Bi-Focal Mode.
☝
[ Optical Blocking for a Bi-focal lens ]
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Step 6. Change a PD and an optic height if necessary.
!
NOTE
• If you press the numeric area of a PD or an optic height one time, the focus is
set on there. You can change a PD and an optic height by pressing RIGHT and
LEFT keys at this moment. You can see the effect of changing PD or an optic
height concurrently. Or, if you press those area one more time, the numeric pad
is popped up.
!
CAUTION
• The Optical Blocking is usually used for a bi-focal lens to prevent a lens tilting
during edging.
Step 7. You can change a frame shape using the Digital Pattern if you need.
[ Icon of Digital Pattern]
[ Digital Pattern]
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!
CAUTION
• You can start or finish the Digital Pattern by pressing the icon of the Digital
Pattern
• The Digital Pattern enables you to change a frame shape. You can enlarge the
shape to include the near vision area of bi-focal lens or progressive lens. Or,
You can fit the shape to be in harmony with the face of a patient.
• You can change the shape along 4 directions separately using arrow buttons
and a numeric pad.
Step 8. Change an edging type if necessary.
☞
Step 9. Press BLOCK key, and then press a RIGHT key to send the data to an edger.
Cancel sending
BLOCKING
Confirm sending
Step 10. Put the clamped lens at a edger and press START key to start edging.
Step 11. Repeat from Step 4 to Step 10 for the opposite side lens
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5.5.4 Auto recognition of lens type
You don’t’ need to press the button of lens type if you turn on the function of auto
recognition.
☞
This machine detects the lens type of a lens with a few seconds, and shows you a
prompt message at the top of the display.
[ Prompt Message ]
The following procedures for blocking and edging are same with as described
previously.
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6. User Menu
If pressing MENU >> USER MENU, you can go into the User Menu display. User
Menu consists of SYSTEM INFO, BASCI INFO, LAYOUT DEFAULT, EDGING
DEFAULT, TRACER DEFAULT and LENSMETER DEFAULT.
Page Info
Categories
Save
Up/Down Page
The areas for items
• Categories
categories for user options.
• The areas for items
The container which includes all items for every category.
• Save
The Save button saves the changed data.
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• Up/Down Page
The Up/Down Page enables to move the previous page or the next page if exists.
• EXIT
The EXIT button enables to return to the previous page.
6.1 System Info
• Main S/W Version
The version of the main GUI board
• Image Version
The version of the image resource
• EEPROM Version
The Up/Down Page enables to move the previous page or the next page if exists.
• Manufacturing ID
The identical number of manufacturer
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• Frame Reader
The version of a tracer module
6.2 Basic Info
• Language
Select the language.
• EDGER1 I/F
Turn on or off the communication with EDGER 1
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• EDGER2 I/F
Turn on or off the communication with EDGER 2
• Auto Brightness
Turn on or off the function of the auto brightness for the light source.
• Auto Recognition
Turn on or off the function of the lens recognition which decides automatically the lens
type such as normal lens, bi-focal lens, progressive lens and so on.
• R/L Joint
Turn on or off the function of the R/L synchronization.
• Grid Display
Turn on or off the display of grid.
• Safety Check
Turn on or off the Safety Check
• Use Adaptor
Select the type of a adaptor which is being used currently.
• Power Save
Turn on or off the Power Save
• Waiting Time
Set the waiting time for the Power Save.
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6.3 LAYOUT DEF
• Default Side
Select the default side for a new job.
• Default Vision Mode
Select the default lens type for a new job.
• Blocking Mode
Select the default block mode for a new job.
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Select the default input style for the PD value
• Bridge Size
Set the default bridge size for a new job.
• Both PD
Set the default binocular PD for a new job.
• Single PD
Select the default monocular PD for a new job.
• HEIGHT > Type
Select the default input style for the optical height
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• HEIGHT > Delta Y
Set the default Delta Y for the optical height
• HEIGHT > Boxed Height
Set the default Boxed Height for the optical height
• HEIGHT > Mixed Height
Set the default Mixed Height for the optical height
• Bi-Focal Blocking Offset > Vertical
Set the default vertical offset for the optical center of bi-focal.
• Bi-Focal Blocking Offset > Horizontal
Set the default horizontal offset for the optical center of bi-focal.
• Bi-Focal Blocking Offset > Diameter
Set the default diameter for the near vision of bi-focal.
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• Lens Material
Set the default lens material
• Edging type
Set the default Edging type
• Polish at Bevel
Set the default setting of Polish for a bevel job
• Polish at Rimless
Set the default setting of Polish for a rimless.
( 2/5)
• Type
Set the default setting of the position type for a bevel job
• Default Value of Percent
Set the default value of position for a bevel job
(3/5)
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Set the default settings or values for a grooving job.
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Set the default settings or values for a safety beveling job.
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(5/5)
• Blocking Calibration for a normal lens
Set the value for adjusting the position of blocking for a normal lens. The unit is
mm.
• Blocking Calibration for a marked lens
Set the value for adjusting the position of blocking for a progressive lens, a bi-focal
lens, and 3-dot lens. The unit is mm.
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6.5 LENSMETER DEF
• Cyl Display Format
Set the default format for displaying the cylindrical power.
• Lens supporter
Set the default lens supporter which you use.
• Diopter Step
Set the Diopter Step for displaying a lens power.
• Valid Dioper
Set the valid value in displaying a lens power. If the power is less than this value, it’ll be
shown to 0.00D.
• Temperature Tol
Set the tolerance of the power calculated during start-up.
• Prism Tolerance
Set the prism Tolerance during start-up. The unit is pixel.
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7. Factory Menu
If pressing MENU >> FACTORY MENU, you can go into the Factory Menu display.
Factory Menu consists of BLOCKER, LENSMETER, LCD and TRACER.
7.1 Blocker
• Center Shift X
Set the mechanical offset x of the block adapter. This value is used to adjust a
mechanical error. Don’t change this value by yourself.
• Center Shift Y
Set the mechanical offset y of the block adapter. This value is used to adjust a
mechanical error.
Don’t change this value by yourself.
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• Shift Angle
Set the mechanical angular error of the block adapter. This value is used to adjust a
error of a mechanical error. Refer to Section 9.4
• LED Power
Set the LED Power for the observation channel. Don’t change it by yourself.
7.2 Lensmeter
• Center Shift X
Set the mechanical offset x of the lensmeter center. This value is used to adjust a
mechanical error. Don’t change this value by yourself.
• Center Shift Y
Set the mechanical offset y of the lensmeter center. This value is used to adjust a
mechanical error.
Don’t change this value by yourself.
• Shift Angle
Set the axis error of the lensmeter. This value is used to adjust a error of a cylindrical
axis. Refer to Section 9.6
• LED Power
Set the LED Power for the lensmeter channel. Don’t change it by yourself.
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7.3 EEPROM
• FACTORY BACKUP
Show if there is a factory backup or not
• USER BACKUP
Show if there is a user backup or not
• BACKUP FACTORY DATA
Save a current eeprom data into the flash memory. Don’t press this button by yourself.
• BACKUP USER DATA
Save a current eeprom data into the flash memory. If you want to save a current eeprom
data, press this button.
• RESTORE FACTORY DATA
Set the factory backup data to a current eeprom data.
• RESTORE USER DATA
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Set the user backup data to a current eeprom data.
8. Calibration Menu
If pressing MENU >> Calibration MENU, you can go into the Calibration Menu display.
Calibration Menu consists of BLOCKER, LENSMETER, TRACER, TRACER-SIM and
AGING.
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8.1 Lensmeter
Categories
Result Values
LM Motor Position
Buttons to move LM motor
• LIVE IMAGE
-
Shows the live image which is captured by the lensmeter camera.
• LIVE IMAGE
-
Shows the live image which is captured by the lensmeter camera.
• LM MODE
-
Calculate SPH, CYL, AXIS and PRISM continuously using the 4 signal points.
-
You can identify the powers of the test lens.
• SETUP DIOPT
-
Calculate some factors to execute the calibration using the lens on the table.
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Press the diopter box after finishing calculating.
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Set the lens diopter and then press ‘ENTER’ to save the specified diopter.
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• SETUP PRISM
-
Set the prism power
• REPEAT
-
Calculates and displays the repeatability of the test lens.
• MEA. ONE
-
Measure just one time after it moves LM motor from the origin to the destination.
8.2 Blocker
CENTER 1, CENTER 2, CAMERA – N, CAMERA-2 and CAMERA-H are used by the
manufacturer or the distributors. Don’t use these buttons. BLK CENTER and LM
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CENTER are explained in section 9.3 ~ section 9.7.
8.3 TRACER
You can calibrate the tracer module using this page.
• STROKE
-
Start calibrating the stroke. Follow the instruction shown on the display.
• FRAME
-
Start calibrating the stroke. Set the FRAME jib at the gripper of the tracer module
and then follow the instruction shown on the display.
• PATTERN
-
Start calibrating the pattern. Set the Pattern jig at the gripper of the tracer module
and then follow the instruction shown on the display.
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8.4 TRACER-SIM
This page enables you to check all components of the tracer modules. Follow the
instruction on the display.
9. Maintenance
!
CAUTION
• Don’t put anything on the lens supporter while the machine is starting up.
Otherwise, it might be malfunctioned.
9.1 “It is needed to setup prism” message
Follow the following procedures if you see “It is needed to setup prism” message at
start-up.
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Step 1. Go into the Lensmeter Calibration Display by press MENU >> CALIBRATION
>> LENSMETER
Step 2. Press ‘D’ button at the left upper side to move the lensmeter block.
Step 3. Press 3 buttons for Lensmeter functions sequentially which are “LIVE IMAGE”,
“SHOW INFO” and “LM MODE”.
Step 4. Press “SETUP DIOPTER” button to calculate the information of 0 diopter.
Step 5. The white box’ at the top will show you 0.00. Press it.
Step 6. Press “ENTER” button at the numeric pad to save.
Step 7. Press the return button twice at the left upper side to go back the Main Display.
[ The white box for diopter ]
[ Back to Previous Page ]
[ Save Button ]
[ Move Lensmeter Module ]
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9.2 “Remove the object on the table and then turn off/on” message
Even though there is nothing on a lens supporter, if you see “Remove the object on
the table and then turn off/on” message at start-up, be in contact with your local
distributor or the Huvitz service department.
9.3 Blocking Position calibration
Although the cross marker of a optic center is correct at the display, if the blocked
position is incorrect for lenses marked with 3 dots, progressive lenses or bi-focal lenses, it
is needed for you to calibrate the blocking position.
Step 1. Put an adaptor at the adaptor holder.
Step 2. Put the lens supporter for the Digital Scanning on the normal lens supporter.
Step 3. Click “BLK CENTER” button at “MENU > CALIBRATION > BLOCKER” page.
Step 4. If the red cross marker and a center hole of the adaptor aren’t coincided as
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you see in the above picture, move the cross marker to locate the center of
the hole using 4 arrow buttons at the bottom.
Step 5. If you moved the cross marker, press the save button at a top area to apply
your calibration.
Step 6. If you repeat from Step 1 to Step 4, you can identify whether your calibration
is done correctly or not.
9.4 Blocking axis calibration
Although the cross marker of a optic center is correct at the display, if the blocked axis
is incorrect for 3 dot marked lenses, progressive lenses or bi-focal lenses, it is needed for
you to calibrate the blocking axis.
Step 1. Reset the misaligned angle 0 at “FACTORY MENU>BLOCKER”Step 2. Mark
a lens with a cylindrical power using your lensmeter.
Step 3. Go into “Calibration > BLOCKER” page.
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Step 4. Put the lens to be placed at the center of the cross and paralleled along the
horizontal line.
Step 4. Click “BLK CENTER” button.
Step 5. Take it out and examine the blocked angle.
Step 6. Go into “FACTORY MENU > BLOCKER” page.
Step 6. Apply the misaligned angle at the “Shift Angle”Step 7. Press the save button
to apply to your calibration.
9.5 Calibration of the internal lensmeter’s center
Although the blocked position for a 3 dot marked lens, a progressive lens or a bi-focal
lens are correct, a PD or an optic height for an optic lens are incorrect , it is needed for
you to calibrate the center of the internal lensmeter. .
[ 《 0。03 ]
Step 1. Mark a lens with from SPH –1D ~ -3D, CYL=0D using your lensmeter.
Step 2. Go into the lensmeter calibration display clicking “Calibration >
LENSMETER” buttons
Step 3. Press ‘D’ button and Press “LIVE IMAGE”, “SHOW INFO” and “LM MODE”.
Step 4. Place the lens to be X and Y less than 0.03 at the bottom area.
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Step 5. Go into the blocker calibration display clicking “Calibration > BLOCKER”
buttonsStep 6. Press “LM CENTER” button.
Step 7. If the center dot and the center of the cross marker aren’t coincided, move
the cross marker using 4 arrow buttons in a bottom area.
Step 8. If you moved the cross marker, press the save button at a top area to apply
your calibration.
Step 9. If you repeat from Step 6 to Step 9, you can identify whether your calibration i
s done correctly or not.
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9.6 Calibration of the internal lensmeter’s axis
It is needed for you to calibrate the axis of the internal lensmeter if the blocked axis isn’t
correct for a optic lens.
Step 1. Reset the misaligned angle 0 at “FACTORY MENU>LENSMETER”Step 2.
Mark a lens with a cylindrical power using your lensmeter.
Step 3. Go into the blocker calibration display clicking “Calibration > BLOCKER”
buttons
Step 4. Put the lens to be placed at the center of the cross marker and paralleled
along the horizontal line.
Step 5. Go into the lensmeter calibration display clicking “Calibration > Lensmeter”.
Step 6. Press ‘D’ button and Press “LIVE IMAGE”, “SHOW INFO” and “LM MODE”.
Step 7. Read the cylindrical axis of it.
Step 7. Apply the angle which is read wrong at “FACTORY MENU > BLOCKER”
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9.7 Touch Panel calibration
It is needed for you to calibrate the position of a touch panel if the display of LCD and
the position of Touch Panel aren’t coincided.
[ Touch Coordinate]
Step 1. Go into the Touch Panel calibration by pressing “MENU > FACTORY MENU
> LCD”.
Step 2. Click each point of 4 corners of LCD panel using a touch pointer.
Step 3. Enter the touch coordinate at the proper row.
Step 4. Press ‘SAVE’ button to apply your calibration.
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9.8 Miscellaneous
• To change a fuse
When you are changing a fuse, make sure that it’s 250T, 3.15AL. You can find them
under the power plug of the backside of the product.
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Standard Accessory
Operator’s Manual ············································································ 1
Normal lens supporter············································································1
Lens supporter for frame change··································································1
Lens supporter for Digital Scanning·······························································1
Standard Frame (for Frame Reader Calibration) ············································1
Standard Pattern (for Frame Reader Calibration) ·············································1
Pattern Holder ·····················································································1
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Specification
항목
Lens Analysis
세부 Spec.
•
Method
비고
-
Layout Unit
Both Projected image and transmitted
image
Unit
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Accuracy of axis
-
mode
-Single, MULT, PROG
FPD
- 30 ~ 99.50 ( in steps of 0.01 mm )
PD
- 30 ~ 99.50 ( in steps of 0.01 mm )
½ PD
- 15.0 ~ 49.75
Height of O.C
-
± 15.00mm
-
FPD ( or DBL )
Lens diameter
Camera
Display
power measurement
Measurement Unit
Centering accuracy
Max: 80mm dia, Min: 18mm
CCD b/w
10.4inch Color LCD 800x600
SPH, -20D ~ +15D, CYL: ± 10D
0.01D
-0.5 ~ +0.5mm
± 1°
Component
PD ( or ½ PD )
AXIS (Cylindrical axis angle of the
lens )
Edging Info
Blocking
GUI
•
•
•
•
•
•
BS ( Bridge Size )
VPD ( Dy, Mixed Height, Box Height )
Size ( Size compensation Value )
Frame type ( Metal, Plastic, Optyl )
Material
- Lens material
Edging Type
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Blocking method
- Motorized blocking method
Blocking pressure
- 3kgf
True Color LCD
- 8.4inch 800x600
User Interface
- Touch pad, several keys
Beveling, Grooving, rimless
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Ext Port
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Com PORT 1
Com PORT 2
Com PORT 3
Com PORT 4
Com PORT 5
Com PORT 6
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Edger 1
Edger 2
Tracer Out
Bar Code Reader
Tracer Debugging & Upgrade
Blocker debugging & Upgrade
Excelon Operator’s Manual
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