Schick CDR 2000 Calibration File Retrieval Instructions

Schick CDR 2000 Calibration File

Where is the Schick CDR 2000 calibration file located?

If you have the original calibration file disc click here
If you do not have your original calibration file disc click here

If you would like assistance installing your x-ray sensors calibration file onto a new workstation in your office please take advantage of our Calibration Installation Package here.

Dental x-ray sensors require calibration files to correct or calibrate their images.  Since raw x-rays taken directly from a digital x-ray sensor will have imperfections straight from the factory it is necessary to correct these imperfections using calibration files.  It is very important that Sodium Dental technicians have your x-ray sensor’s original calibration files in order to accurately test the image quality of your sensor after the x-ray sensor repair.  The following guide will assist you in retrieving your Schick CDR 2000 calibration files to be sent into Sodium Dental for dental x-ray sensor repair.

First it is important to know what you are looking for.  Schick CDR 2000 calibration files are named as follows:

  • ST650947.COR
**Note: 650947 in the file names above will reflect the serial number of your sensor.  If you have multiple Schick CDR 2000 sensors in your office be sure that the file names you are sending to Sodium Dental have the correct serial number in the file name.  The serial number should match the sensor that you have in for your Schick CDR 2000 sensor repair.


The file name above is what we are looking for and is what Sodium Dental x-ray repair technicians need in order to properly test your Schick CDR 2000 x-ray sensor repair.

Using the original Disc (CD) to email the Schick CDR 2000 calibration files:

  1. Insert disc into workstation.
  2. Press the “Start” button or Windows logo button in the bottom left hand corner of the Windows toolbar.
  3. Click on “My Computer” (or “Computer” if running Windows 7 and above).
  4. Right click on the disc drive and then left click “Open” to view the disc files.
  5. Verify the serial number in the calibration file matches the Schick x-ray sensor you have sent in for repair.
  6. The calibration file for your sensor will look like this “STXXXXXX.COR” where the X’s are the serial number for your sensor.
  7. Open a new email in your email program.
  8. Now click and drag the Schick calibration file to your new email.
  9. Send this email to support@sodiumdental.com
  10. That’s it!

 


 

If your original Schick CDR 2000 calibration file disc (CD) is not available use the following steps to retrieve the calibration file from a computer.

Retrieving Schick CDR 2000 calibration files from a computer workstation (Windows 7):

**Note: In order for this to work it is important that you are on a computer that has had the Schick CDR 2000 sensor installed.
  1. Click the “Start” button in the bottom left hand corner of the Windows toolbar.
  2. Click on “Computer”.
  3. Double click on the C: drive.
  4. Click on Organize>Folder and search options>View tab. Under the view tab you will see “Hidden files and folders”. Click “Show hidden files, folders and drives” then apply and Ok.
  5. In the C: drive navigate to ProgramData>SchickTechnologies>CDR>Sensors.
  6. Verify the serial number in the calibration file matches the Schick sensor that you have sent in for repair.
  7. The calibration file for your sensor will look like this “STXXXXXX.COR” where the X’s are the serial number for your sensor.
  8. Open a new email in your email program.
  9. Click and drag the Schick calibration file over to your new email.
  10. Send this email to support@sodiumdental.com

Retrieving Schick CDR 2000 calibration files from a computer workstation (Windows XP):

**Note: In order for this to work it is important that you are on a computer that has had the Schick CDR 2000 sensor installed.
  1. Click and open “My Computer”
  2. At the top of this window click on Tools>Folder Options>View tab. Under the view tab you will see “Hidden files and folders”. Click “Show hidden files, folders and drives” then apply and Ok.
  3. Navigate to your C: drive>Documents and Settings>All Users>Application Data> Schick Technologies>CDR>Sensors.
  4. Verify the serial number in the calibration file matches the Schick sensor that you have sent in for repair.
  5. The calibration file for your sensor will look like this “STXXXXXX.COR” where the X’s are the serial number for your sensor.
  6. Open a new email in your email program.
  7. Click and drag the Schick calibration file over to your new email.
  8. Send this email to support@sodiumdental.com

Retrieving Schick CDR 2000 calibration files from a computer workstation (Windows 10):

**Note: In order for this to work it is important that you are on a computer that has had the Schick CDR 2000 sensor installed.
  1. Click and open the “File Explorer” and click on “This PC”
  2. At the top of this window click on the view tab and check “Hidden Items”
  3. Navigate to your C: drive>ProgramData>SchickTechnologies>CDR>Sensors.
  4. Verify the serial number in the calibration file matches the Schick sensor that you have sent in for repair.
  5. The calibration file for your sensor will look like this “STXXXXXX.COR” where the X’s are the serial number for your sensor.
  6. Open a new email in your email program.
  7. Click and drag the Schick calibration file over to your new email.
  8. Send this email to support@sodiumdental.com

If you have any issues during this process or would prefer one of Sodium Dental’s technicians do this for you please call 1-800-821-8962.  Sodium Dental will provide the Schick CDR 2000 calibration file retrieval process FREE OF CHARGE for all Schick x-ray sensor repair customers.