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Agfa Avantra 20 und Avantra 25 Handbuch
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Manual for Agfa imagesetters SelectSet Avantra 20/25

Non-new

Languages: German


Contents
Foreword
Object of handbook ............................................... ......... xvi.i.
Target group ................................................. ................................. . M.l.
Overview ... .................................................. ............................... m .. l
Using the manual ..................................... . xk
Additional documentation ................................................ ......... . Xx


Chapter 1: Introduction
Introduction ................................................. .................................. l-1
Components of the Beiichters ............................................... 1-2
7 - media tray ............................................... ........................... 1-2
Power switch. .................................................. ........................ 1-2
Control panel ................................................. .................. 1-4
Specifications and Features ..................... 1-5
Options ................................................. .................................. .1-6
Your Beiichtungssystem ................................................ ............ 1-8
Raster image processor ............................................. 1-8 ...........
Safety ................................................. 1-9 ...............
Laser Technical Information ................................................ 1-9 .....
Technical Laser Safety ............................ 1-10
General Safety ...................................... 1-11
Noise ................................................. .................... 1-12
Warning and information .............................................. .... 1-12


Chapter 2: Control Panel Functions
Introduction ................................................. ................................. 2-1
Booting and Shutting Down ............................................... ..... 2-2
Shutdown ................................................. .................... 2-3
Information on control panel. ................................ 2-3
Control panel menus ............................................... ........ 2-4
The most important symbol keys ............................................... 2-6
Special features of the plus and the minus key ............... .2-7
Special features of the confirmation and the cancellation button 2-7
Activate functions ................................................ 2-8 ................
Select Menu ................................................ ................... 2-8
Parameters ................................................ ............. 2-9
Numerical values ​​define ................................................ ........ 2-10
Keys that need to be actuated twice .................... 2-11
Keys that have a current setting
displayed ................................................ ...................... 2-11


Chapter 3: Control Panel menus
Introduction ................................................. .................................. 3-1
Start.Menü ............................................... ................................... 3-2
Modes ................................................. ....................... -3-2
Statusbaiken ................................................. ........................ 3-2
Information about the current job .............................................. 3-3
Pause after job ............................................... ..................... -3-3
Pause Menu ............................................... ................................ -3-4
Material Load ................................................ ....................... -3-5
Cut and advancing ............................................... .... 3-5
Material discharged ................................................ ................. -3-6
Job list .............................................. .................. -3-7
/ -
Status icons in the start and in Pause.Menü .............................. 3-8
Material status ................................................. .................... -3-8
Belichterstatus ................................................. ................... 3-11
Job Status ............................................... ............................ 3-13
Eingabe.Warnsignal ............................................... .............. 3-14
Recording warning ............................................... .......... 3-15
Cassette configuration menu. ............................................... 3rd .. 16
Density ................................................. .............................. 3 -18
Cassettes parameters ................................................. -19 ............ 3
Kassettemummer ........................ . ................................. -3-20
Kassettenpararneter table ............................................... .3. -21
Vorschub.Menü ............................................... .......................... 3 -22
Definition. .................................................. .......................... 3-23
Utilities menu ............................................... ............................ 3-24
Functions of the Utilities menu ........................................... 3-25
Definition ................................................. 3 -25 ............................
System Configuration menu. .................................................. 3rd .. -26
Definition. .................................................. -27 .......................... 3
Exposure mode ................................................. .............. 3-2


Chapter 4: Material Cartridges
Introduction ................................................. ................................. -4-1
Material input cassette load ............................................. 4-2
Input cassettes used ................................................ ......... 4-6
Remove tape input ............................................... -4-9
Recording tapes ................................................. ................ 1 1
Remove tape recording ..................................... 4 -42
Recording tapes used .............................................. 4-12
Material and slit open schlieDen .................................... 4-13

Chapter 5: Densitätstests
Introduction ................................................. .................................. 5-1
Construction of a test page ............................................... ................ -5-2
Test page with four resolutions ............................................ ! ...? W%
Densitätstests perform ................................................ ......... 5-5
When testing sites are creating .......................................... 5-5
Test page expose ................................................ ................. 5 6
Test page read ................................................ ...................... 5-8
Evaluate test pages ................................................ ................. 5 -10
Densitometer ................................................. .................. 5 -. .1. 0
Adjust intensity ................................................ ............. 5-10

Chapter 6: Diagnostic and error messages
Introduction ................................................. .................................. 6-1
Behavior at Fehiermeldungen ............................................... 6 -2 ....
Clear error messages ................................................ ...... 6-2
Restart. .................................................. ....................... - 5-2
Error Messages ................................................. ...................... -6-3 F?
Error from number 100 .............................................. .......... 6-14
Special measures in case of errors .......................................... -6-1 5
Material discharged from the Utilities menu ............................ 6-15
Pass error 44 (not cut) ........................ 6-16
Remote diagnostics ................................................. ............................ 6-17
Boot errors ............................................... ................................ 6-18
Pass boot error .............................................. ........... 6-19

Chapter 7: Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Introduction ................................................. 7th ................................. -1
Material Jams ................................................ ............... -7-2
Roll drive to expand ................................................ ...... -7-2
Material storage drum to eliminate: access from the left .......... 7-5
Material storage drum to eliminate: the right of access ........ 7-7
Material jam at the input side ........................... 7-9
Maintenance ................................................. ................................... 7-1 a
Outer surfaces ................................................. ................... 7 1 1
Interior surfaces ................................................. ....................... 7-12
Input tapes ................................................. 7th ............... -12
Recording tapes ................................................. ............ 7-12
Input rollers ................................................. .................... 7-13
Inlet ................................................. ........................ 7-14
Punch bowls ................................................. ...................... 7-15

Chapter 8: 20 125 Avantra OLP
Operation of the bridge
Introduction ................................................. .................................. 8-1
Product Description ................................................. ................. 8 -2
Processor Option ............................................... .......................... 8-4
Special Notes ................................................ ............... 8-5
Function of OLP Bridge ............................................. ............... 8-6
Output optimization ................................................. ............. 8-7
Eliminate congestion irn media path .............................................. ..... 8-8
Remove the covers from the bridge ............................... 8-8
Bypass bridge ................................................ ...................... -8 - 10

Chapter 9: 20 125 Avantra OLP
Operation of the processor
Introduction ................................................. ................................. -9-1
Product Description ................................................. ................. 9-2
Processor boot ................................................ ........................ -9-2
Processor control panel ............................................... .......... 9-3
Idle ............................................... ............................. 9-4
In operation ................................................ .............................. 9-4
Alarm LEDs .. .................................................. ....................... 9-5
Status LEDs ............................................... ......................... -9-5
Function keys ................................................. .................. -9-5
Automatic functions ................................................ ........... 9-6
Jog function ............................................... 9th ......................... -6
Automatically turn on and off ......................................... 9-6
System clock .................................... 9-7
Change system time ................................................ ....................... 9-8
Automatic operation ................................................. ....................... 9-9
Boats / Hemnterfahren and time display ............................... -9-9
Set time for automatic operation .............................. 9-10
Check the setting for automatic operation ....................... 9-1 1
Check settings ................................................ ........... - 2 9-1
Development time change ................................................ ........... 9-13
Developer temperature and the ................................................ 9th ... -1 4
Regenenerungsmenge change ................................................ ... -9-1 5
Standby Regenenerung ............................................... ............. -9 - 16
Other Functions ................................................ ................ - 9-1 7
SOUND ................................................. ............................... 9-17
PAN LIGHT ................................................ .......................... 9-17
DRYER SAVER ................................................ .................... 9-18
MAN REPL ................................................ ........................... 9 -18
MAN ST m ............................................... ......................... .9-18
Density (15%. 50% and 85%) ....................................... .......... 9-19
Offline operation ............................................... ............................ 9:20
Programming ................................................. ....................... 9-21
Select Programs ........................................... -. / P " 9th ............. -21
Change programs ................................................ -21 .............. 9
Maintenance of your processor ............................................... ........... 9-23
Daily maintenance ................................................ ............... -9-23
Weekly maintenance ................................................ -24 ......... 9
Monthly maintenance ................................................ ............ 9 .27
Switches and Sensors ............................................... ............. -9-28
Status and error messages from the processor ........................... 9 - 29







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