RVG 6100 Sensor Repair With a Twisted Sensor Cable
We recently received a Kodak rvg 6100 sensor repair with a twisted cable. The sensor was connecting to the computer fine, but it wasn’t detecting radiation. One look at the sensor cable and I could see why. The cable had been twisted so much over the course of its life that it nearly resembled a phone cord.
When I began taking the sensor apart for repair, I got curious. I decided to see what the sensor cable looked like under all that shielding and rubber jacket. Here is what I discovered:
It’s a little difficult to see in the thumbnail picture, but you can see that some of the wires have become completely kinked. Pulling the wires apart revealed just how badly this pair of wires had been kinked. Twisting and kinking the sensor cable will result in damage to the conductors inside causing the sensor to have connection issues and/or image quality issues.
Taking care of your Kodak RVG 6100 sensor repair is crucial to a long lasting life of your RVG 6100 sensor repair or any other digital x-ray sensor that you might have. A digital x-ray sensor is an investment, an expensive investment. Staff training is an important step to maintaining the life of your rvg 6100 sensor repair. Keeping your staff informed of the safe handling techniques to promote longer life will keep your investment working for many years to come.
I’m not really sure why or how this cable got this twisted, but needless to say, we would recommend that you avoid twisting , pinching, or otherwise abusing your sensor cables.
If you have a sensor that has stopped working, even if the cable is twisted beyond recognition, fill out the Kodak RVG 6100 sensor repair submission form and send the sensor to us for a free diagnostic. We’ll do our best to have you back up and running in no time.