Color Mapping 32 Software Instruction Manual Version No. 1.24
TOPCON Medical Systems, Inc. Page 0
Introduction Thank you very much for purchasing the TOPCON Color Mapping 32.
Please read this Instruction Manual with care before using this Software. A good understanding and working knowledge of this software will guarantee your satisfaction for many years to come. Keep this Manual at hand for further reference.
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NOTATIONS The following notations are used in the Instruction Manual. MENU, COMMAND AND DIALOG BOX Expression [File]menu [Open] of [File] menu [Open File]dialog box [OK]
Description Menu name is expressed in [ ]. Command name is expressed in [ ] with menu name in which it is included. Dialog box name displayed on title bar is expressed in [ ]. Command button name is expressed in [ ].
MOUSE OPERATION Expression Point Click Double-click Drag
Description Move mouse and bring mouse pointer onto object of operation. Press and release mouse button. Click mouse button twice. Press and move mouse button and release it at final position.
KEY OPERATION Expression Enter Shift+F1 Direction key
Description Key name is expressed with bold type. Plus symbol (+) means to press multiple keys; for example, Shift+F1 means to press Shift key and F1 key. Generic name of →, ←, ↑ and ↓ keys.
OTHER EXPRESSIONS Expression Memo
Description Gives hints for operation.
SAFETY PRECATIONS CAUTION
Prevention items Page Note that the necessary memory capacity and hard disk capacity 7 may differ for each PC. Contact Lens Simulation Physician can not use report data for lens prescription without 43 their personal validation.
Contents of the package The following are standard accessories. Make sure that all these items are attached (quantity).
RS232C Cable (1) (D-sub9P-DIN8P)
Instruction Manual (1)
Table of Contents Chapter 1 Chapter 2
Overview...........................................................................6 Setup Color Mapping 32 System .....................................7
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5
Software Requirements ....................................................7 Installing Color Mapping 32 ..............................................8 Communication Setting...................................................14 Preparation for KR-7000P...............................................16 Preparation for KR-8000P...............................................19
3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4
Starting Color Mapping 32 ..............................................23 Color Mapping 32 Components ......................................23 Operating Color Mapping 32...........................................26 Exiting Color Mapping 32................................................26
Color Map Report Data...................................................28
4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7
Receiving Color Map Report Data ..................................28 Display Color Map Report Data ......................................29 Patient Registration ........................................................29 Saving Report Data ........................................................31 Color Map Report Window Control .................................32 Opening Saved Report Data...........................................33 Viewing Report Data from the Database ........................34
Option Settings ...............................................................37
5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7
Map Method....................................................................37 Scale Unit .......................................................................37 Map Type........................................................................38 Overlays .........................................................................38 Peripheral .......................................................................39 Others.............................................................................39 Image View .....................................................................40
Contact Lens Simulation Report Data.............................42
6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5
Display Contact Lens Simulation Report Data ................42 Parameters of the Contact Lens Simulation Report........45 Handling Each Lens Type...............................................45 Parameter Setting...........................................................46 Contact Lens Utility.........................................................47
Printing Reports ..............................................................50
Print Preview Screen ......................................................50 Print Setup Dialog Box....................................................51
8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4
Hiding Tool Bar and Status Bar ......................................52 Cascade and Tile............................................................52 Select COM Port.............................................................52 Reset COM Port .............................................................52
Software License Terms .......................................................................54
Chapter 1 1.1 Overview Topcon’s Color Mapping 32 is a 32bit multiple-document report Windows application running under Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT and Microsoft Windows XP. Color Mapping 32 works with the tri-function Topcon KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/ KR8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P, auto-refractometer, expanded auto-keratometer and placido disk-based corneal mapping system. The data captured by the KR-7000P/ KR7100P/ KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P is transferred to Color Mapping 32 via an RS-232C interface, and is then reconstructed into corneal topography color map data. The multiple documents include refractometer data, keratometer data, and a corneal topography color map. To send refractometer and/or keratometer data to the TOPCON CV Power Supply Unit, the Color Mapping 32 creates the necessary data for the TOPCON CV Power Supply Unit and sends it using the second RS-232C port of the PC. After reconstructing the corneal topography color map data, the multiple document report may be viewed on the Windows screen or printed on a color printer. The Color Mapping 32 provides various options for evaluating cornea, such as tangential / sagittal map, adjustable / normalized / absolute map, diopter / mm display, overlay information display, auto-print, contact lens fitting simulation, etc. Default option parameters may also be set. An important feature of Color Mapping 32 is that it creates and supports a patient information database. The database services integrated in the software speeds-up patient data storage/ retrieval and simplifies data analysis. If the auto-print option is enabled, Color Mapping 32 prints a multiple-document report to a color printer automatically using default option parameters when new data is received from the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/ KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P.
Chapter 2 Setup Color Mapping 32 System 2.1 System Requirements 2.1.1 Hardware Requirements The following hardware is necessary to run Color Mapping 32: · 100% IBM PC compatible computer with i-486DX or better · Minimum 8MB of system memory · Minimum 1MB of video memory · 2MB of free disk space at installation · A color printer supported by Windows · An available COM port* · A KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/ KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P to PC interface cable** * To send the refractometer and/or keratometer data to the TOPCON CV Power Supply Unit, an additional COM port is needed. ** To send the refractometer and/or keratometer data to the TOPCON CV Power Supply Unit, the PC to CV Power Supply Unit interface cable is needed. In the above specifications, the video memory and the system memory may be the most important hardware for Color Mapping 32. For a computer with 1MB of video memory, the video mode can be set to 1024x768 256 colors and 640x480 16-million colors. The faster the computer CPU, the better the performance of Color Mapping 32. In general, performance of Windows is influenced most by the amount of system memory and the speed of the hard disk. If the system appears to be running slow, try adding system memory first. If it still seems slow, upgrade the computer with a faster CPU and much larger hard disk. Note that the necessary memory capacity and hard disk capacity may differ for each PC.
2.1.2 Software Requirement To run Color Mapping 32, the following software is necessary: · Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT or Microsoft Windows XP. · The video mode of Windows should be set to at least 640x480 x 256 colors.
2.2 Installing Color Mapping 32 2.2.1 Running Setup Program If the previous version of Color Mapping 32 was installed, uninstalling is always recommended. See section 2.2.2 for Uninstalling. Follow the instructions bellow to install Color Mapping 32 for PC with WINDOWS 95: Quit any applications that are currently running. If you use the Microsoft Plus! System Agent, right-click the System Agent icon on the toolbar, and then click Suspend System Agent. •
Insert the floppy disk into your computer’s drive;
1. Click the [Start] button of task bar and click [Run] menu.
2. The [Run] dialog box is displayed. Enter [A:\Setup.exe], insert the floppy disk #1/1 and click the [OK] button.
3. Once the Color Mapping 32 installation program is started, it displays the following ‘Welcome’ dialog box:
Click the ‘Next’ button to continue the installation
4. In this dialog box, specify the destination where Color Mapping 32 is to be installed. It is not recommended to change the default destination directory. Click the ‘Next’ button to continue.
5. Specify Disk Name, you will use for the Patient Information Database.
6. Select directory for storage of the color map image files that Patient Database
Records refer to.
7. In this dialog box, click the ‘Finish’ button to finish the installation.
When the Installation is done click on the shortcut icon to start the Color Mapping 32.The shortcut icon must be created by the Installation program on your desktop screen when the installation is completed(see section 3-1)
2.2.2 Removing The Color Mapping 32 1. Click the [Start] button, point to [Settings], and then click [Control Panel].
2. Double-click [Add/Remove Programs].
3. Click the [Install/Uninstall] tab, click [KRP32], and then click [Add/Remove].
4. The following dialog box will appear in order to make sure you are uninstalling the Color Mapping 32 program. Click ‘Yes’ button to start the uninstalling.
5. In this dialog box, click the ‘OK’ button to finish the uninstalling.
2.3. Communication Setting 2.3.1.
If it is necessary to select the communication port for the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/ KR8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P, choose ‘Select Com Port for KR’ in the [Port] menu to get the Select COM Port dialog box. (Figure 2-1) To change the COM port number, select COM# (# is number of communication port) and click the ‘OK’ switch. The selected communication port will be initialized automatically. If None was selected, Color Mapping 32 displays only saved data.
Figure 2-1 KR port selection Dialog Box
If it is necessary to select the communication port for the CV Power Supply Unit, choose ‘Select Com Port for CV’ in the [Port] menu to get the Select COM Port dialog box. (Figure 2-2) To change the COM port number, select COM# and click the “OK” switch.
Figure 2-2 CV port selection Dialog Box
If None was selected, Color Mapping 32 does not send data to the TOPCON CV Power Supply Unit. Information about the old and new formats can be found in the TOPCON CV Power Supply Unit documentation.
2.3.2 Communication Format Instrument Setting Software supports data communication with two types of instruments: • KR7000P(Include KR7100P) • KR8000P/19K(Include KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P with 19200Bps) • KR8000P/38K(Include KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P with 38400Bps) To receive measurements the type of connected instrument must be selected: 1. Select pull-down Port Menu by clicking on the Port button on the Menu Bar. 2. Set the instrument type by selecting appropriate option KR7000P/KR8000P from the [Select Instrument] pull-down menu. Note: The previous setting is indicated with the check mark next to the instrument type in the [Select Instrument] pull-down menu.
For a KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/ KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P to PC interface cable: (A round connector 8-PIN DIN on one end and a 9-PIN D-SUB connector on the other end.) To connect the interface cable between the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/ KR-8000P/ KR8100PA/ KR-8100P and the PC: 1. Turn off the power switch of the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/ KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P and the PC. 2. Align the round cable connector (8-PIN DIN) with the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/ KR8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P’s OUT port of “DATA TERMINAL” and press the round cable connector into the port. 3. Connect the other connector (9-PIN DSUB) to the PC COM port. Page 15
2.4 Preparation for KR-7000P 2.4.1 Setting Up KR-7000P Make sure the following settings of the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P are correctly configured: RS232C FORM BAUD-RATE
To change settings of the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P: 1. Turn on the power switch of the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P while pressing the “CONTACT / GLASSES” switch. The initial setting screen appears on the screen. 2. Release the “CONTACT / GLASSES” switch 3. “INITIAL SETTING” screen appears on the screen (Figure 2-3). INITIAL SET NUMBER SET PRINT OUT ONLINE PLACIDO SET
Figure 2-3 Initial Setting Screen
4. Bring the cursor to “ONLINE” by pressing the measuring switch. 5. Press the PRINT switch. The on-line screen appears on the screen. CL INPUT RS-232C FORM BAUD-RATE RS232C OUT TYPE RS232C KRT
NO EXT 9600 REF CENT
Figure 2-4 Online Setting Screen 6. Bring the cursor to “RS-232C FORM” by pressing the measuring switch. 7. Bring the cursor to “RS-232C FORM” to “EXT” by pressing the PRINT switch. The “BAUD-RATE will be set to 9600 automatically. Also change the “RS232C OUT TYPE” to “ALL” and the “RS232C KRT” to “BOTH”. 8. Bring the cursor to “NEXT by pressing the measuring switch. 9. Press the PRINT switch. 10. Bring the cursor to “END” by pressing the measuring switch. 11. Press the PRINT switch. “END OK?” appears on the screen. 12. Press the PRINT switch. “SETTING MENU DATA” will be printed out, and the measurement screen will appear.
SETTING MENU DATA VD STEP
………………………………… ………… RS232C FORM BAUD-RATE
…… EXT 9600
Figure 2-5 Printout Setting Data
13. Please make sure settings of the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P are correctly configured:
2.4.2 Calibration Data Registration Before transferring the calibration data of the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P to the PC, proceed with following steps: 3.2 Start the Color Mapping 32 program. When starting the software, the message, “Calibration Data does not exist. Please setup Calibration data” may appear until the calibration data has been transferred from the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P (Figure 2-6).
Figure 2-6 No calibration data message box
Please click the ‘OK’ button to prepare to receive data from the KR-7000P/ KR7100P. 3.2 Set the instrument's type by clicking on following controls from the main menu bar: • Select [Port]-[Select Instrument] from Menu Bar. • Select KR7000P from [Select Instrument]. If the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P unit is replaced, it is necessary to transfer the new unit’s calibration data to the Color Mapping 32 in order to update the registered calibration data. In this case, the message in Figure 2-6 may not appear, because the old calibration data is already registered.
2.4.3 Calibration Data Transfer Procedure The following steps are required for the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P to transfer the calibration data: 1. Dip switch 7 & 8 at position ON and 1 through 6 at position OFF. Rotary switch to position 7.
Figure 2-7 Switches Condition (Calibration Data Registration)
2. 3. 4. 5.
Turn on the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P, (a “PLACIDO CHECK” message will appear). Press the joystick once to enter the submenu. Press the PRINT switch and move the cursor to “5:CALIB DATA OUT”. Press the joystick. The KR-7000P/ KR-7100P will send the calibration data to the PC. 6. Turn off the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P.
2.4.4 KR-7000P Measurement mode Setting In order to transfer measurement data to the PC, please make sure Dip switches are in the following positions: Dip switch 7 Dip switch 8 Rotary switch
position OFF position ON position ‘0’
Figure 2-8 Switches Condition (Measurement Mode)
Turn on the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P. After measuring the patient’s eyes, press the GRAPHIC PRINT SWITCH on the KR7000P/ KR-7100P to transfer the necessary data to the PC. Memo: 1. If “MAPPING PRT” on the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P is set for PRINT, you may also use the PRINT switch to send data. 2. If a printout from the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P is not necessary, lift the paper retainer lever. 3. Usually, registering calibration data needs to be done only once. However, when the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P unit is replaced or returned from repair, it is necessary to transfer the new calibration data to the Color Mapping 32 in order to update the registered calibration data. 4. When a KR-7000P/ KR-7100P keeps displaying the “WAITING DIPSW8” message for a long time, please make sure the Dip switch 8 is ON. 5. When a KR-7000P/ KR-7100P keeps displaying the “CALIBRATING” message for a long time, please check the interface cable connection. 6. When a Color Mapping 32 displays error messages such as “CEbreak”, “CEerror”, etc, please check the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P settings are “RS232C FORM EXT”, “BAUD RATE 9600”.
2.5 Preparation for KR-8000P 2.5.1 Setting up KR-8000P The following setting procedure is applicable for the KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR8100P types of the instruments. While pressing MENU SWITCH on the control panel of the KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P, turn on the KR-8000PA, "INITIAL MENU” screen appears. Page 19
1. Select “ON-LINE" option from the “INITIAL MENU” screen to bring up the “ONLINE” screen.
Figure 2-9 “ON-LINE” Screen
2. Press the joystick and bring the cursor to “RS232C FORM”. 3. Press the PRINT switch to highlight EXT (available for later version of Color Mapping 32 Version 1.24). 4. Press the joystick and bring the cursor to “BAUD-RATE”. 5. Press the PRINT switch and highlight 38400 or 19200. (For saving transfer time, select 38400Bps). 6. Press the PRINT switch and bring the cursor to “EXIT”. 7. Press the PRINT switch to exit "ON-LINE" screen.
2.5.2 Calibration Data Registration Before transferring the calibration data of the KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P to the PC, proceed with following steps: 1. Start the Color Mapping 32 program. When starting the software, the message, “Calibration data does not exist. Please setup Calibration data” may appear until the calibration data has been transferred from the KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P (Figure 2-6). Please click the “OK” button to prepare to receive data from the KR8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P. 2. Set the instrument's type by clicking on following controls from the main menu bar: • Select [Port]-[Select Instrument] from Menu Bar. • Select KR8000P/38K or /19K from [Select Instrument]. Selection must correspond to the instrument’s “BAUD-RATE” setting, please refer to the Section 2.5.1 (Step 4) If the KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P unit is replaced, it is necessary to transfer the new unit’s calibration data to the Color Mapping 32 in order to update the registered calibration data.
2.5.3 KR-8000P Setting and Calibration Data Transfer The following setting procedure is applicable for the KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR8100P types of the instruments. 1. Turn on KR-8000PA/ 8100PA/ 8100P "PLACIDO SET" screen from "INITIAL MENU".
Figure 2-10 PLACIDO SET Screen
2. Press the joystick and bring the cursor to “PC S/W SETUP”. 3. Press the PRINT switch. Calibration data is transferred automatically and setup of Color Mapping 32 is done. 4. Press the joystick and bring the cursor to “EXIT”. 5. Press the PRINT switch. “EXIT OK?” appears on the screen. Press the PRINT switch. “SETTING MENU DATA” will be printed out, and the measurement screen will appear SETTING MENU DATA VD STEP
………………………………… ………… RS232C FORM BAUD-RATE
…… EXT2 38400
Figure 2-11 SETTING MENU DATA Screen 6. Please make sure settings of the KR-8000PA are correctly configured.
2.5.4 KR-8000P Measurement Mode Setting The following setting procedure is applicable for the KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR8100P types of the instruments. In order to transfer measurement data to the PC, configure the instrument RS232C output port by performing the following steps: 1. Press “MENU SWITCH” of the control panel on measurement mode. "SETTING MENU" screen appears. 2. Press the joystick and bring the cursor to “RS232C”. 3. Press the PRINT switch to highlight “YES”.
Figure 2-12 SETTING MENU Screen
Press the joystick and bring the cursor to “EXIT”. Press the PRINT switch to exit "SETTING MENU" screen After measuring the patient’s eyes, press the GRAPHIC PRINT SWITCH on the control panel of KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P to transfer the necessary data to the PC. Memo: 1. If “MAPPING PRT” on the KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P is set to “PRINT”, you may also use the PRINT switch to send data. 2. If a printout from the KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P is not necessary, lift the paper retainer lever. 3.2 Usually, registering calibration data needs to be done only once. However, when the KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P unit is replaced or returned from repair, it is necessary to transfer the new calibration data to the Color Mapping 32 in order to update the registered calibration data. 3.2 If no data is transferred from a KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P, Please check the setting of port. “RS232C” is “YES” and “RS232C FORM EXT”, “BAUD RATE 19200 or 38400”. 3.2 When a KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P keeps displaying the “CABLE UNCONNECTED” message, please check the interface cable connection and port setting.
Chapter 3 Getting Started 3.1 Starting Color Mapping 32 To start Color Mapping 32 click on the shortcut icon labeled KRP32 (Figure 3-1) in your Desktop Window.
KRP32 Figure 3-1 Shortcut Icon
3.2 Color Mapping 32 Components Color Mapping 32 Window The Color Mapping 32 window consists of several elements such as the Title Bar, the Menu Bar, the Toolbar and the Status Bar. The Title Bar is located at the top of the window. The Menu Bar is just below the Title Bar, and the Toolbar below that. The Status Bar is located at the bottom of the window.
Figure 3-2 Color Mapping 32 Window
Color maps are displayed in windows referred to here as “Report Windows”. A report window is created when a Color Map file is opened and is removed when the file is closed. The Color Mapping 32 window is maximally sized on start up to make room for report windows to be as large as possible. It is possible to make the window smaller, however, the report windows can never be larger than the Color Mapping 32 window. Title Bar
The title bar is used to show the report currently displayed.
The menu bar consists of several items. By clicking these items, the pull-down menu related to the item will be opened. By choosing an item in a pull-down menu, you can call the function assigned to the item. [File]
Open... Close* Close All* Save* Save As* Open from Database Save to Database* Print...* Print Preview* Print Setup... Exit Select Patient Register Patient Deleted Patient Item in the [Patient] menu is enabled only if the Patient Registration Database is not empty Toolbar Status Bar
Select Com Port for KR Select Com Port for CV Reset Port Select Instrument*** KR7000P KR8000P/19K KR8000P/38K
Map Options* Call Map* Color Map* Contact Lens Fitting [OD(Right)]* Contact Lens Fitting [OS(Left)]* Contact Lens Utility Delete Data from Database Date Format Settings Change Parameters** Page 24
Pan & Tilt** Profile Graph** Isometric Graph** Cascade Tile About Color Mapping 32...
Note: * ** ***
Items in the Menu Bar or in the each pull-down menu are available only, when the Color Map Report is displayed. Items in the Menu Bar or in the each pull-down menu are available only, when the Contact Lens Fitting Report is displayed. Items in the Menu Bar or in the pull-down menu are available only, when there is no document (report) in the main frame window. The tool bar provides quick access to items in pull-down menus of the menu bar. By clicking an icon on the tool bar, the function assigned to the icon is directly called.
Save to DB
Save to the Database
Open from DB
Retrieve from the Database
Map Options Settings *
Color Map/Contact Lens Color /Simulation Maps*
Pan & Tilt Icon
Contact Lens Fitting**
About Color Mapping 32
Note: Page 25
Items in the Menu Bar or in the each pull-down menu are available only, when the Color Map Report is displayed. Items in the Menu Bar or in the each pull-down menu are available only, when the Contact Lens Fitting Report is displayed.
The status bar shows the status of Color Mapping 32.
When a report is displayed on the screen, a new window for the report is created in the Color Mapping 32 window. Although two or more report windows may be open simultaneously, only one may be active. Most functions work on the report in the active report window. Each report window has the title on the top to show identification information of the report.
3.3 Operating Color Mapping 32 Once Color Mapping 32 is started, the communication port will be initialized automatically and ready to receive transfer data from the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/KR8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P. When the data is received, the corneal topography mapping data is reconstructed, and a new report window is created automatically. Use the menu icons on the tool bar as a short cut for some menu items. A menu item or a menu icon displayed in gray means that the item or the icon is not available at that time. If the port for the TOPCON CV Power Supply Unit has been set, the Color Mapping 32 creates the necessary data using the specified data format and sends it to the TOPCON CV Power Supply Unit. To display reports, choose [Open] from the [File] menu. Color Mapping 32 will display a dialog box to get necessary information. Type or select items in the dialog box, then click “OK” to continue. To apply any options to the displayed report, choose [Option Setting] from the [Utility] menu. The Color Mapping 32 will display the option setting dialog box to change option parameters. Change parameters in the dialog box, then click “OK” to continue. The changed parameters will be immediately applied to the report. To get contact lens simulation report window, choose “Contact Lens Fitting” from the [Utility] menu. The Color Mapping 32 will display the Contact Lens Parameter setting dialog box to set for perform the contact lens fitting simulation. To print a report, choose [Print] from the [File] menu. Color Mapping 32 will send the report information to the printer. If the “Auto Print” check box in the option setting dialog box has been checked, the color map report information will be sent automatically as soon as the program reconstructs the new report using the data transferred from the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P.
Exiting Color Mapping 32
To exit Color Mapping 32, choose [Exit] from the [File] menu. Upon exit, the program closes all report windows and releases resources. Before exiting, save any important new Page 26
reports that were created during the session, or they will be lost. The program does not prompt to save new reports when exiting.
Chapter 4 Color Map Report Data 4.1 Receiving Color Map Report Data To receive measured data from the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/ KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P, press the GRAPHIC PRINT SWITCH (open the cover/door of the control panel to use this switch) on the instrument. After receiving data, Color Mapping 32 reconstructs the corneal structure data.
4.1.1 KR- 8000P Data Transfer Setting To transfer measurement data from the KR-8000PA/KR-81000PA/KR-8100P proceed with flowing steps. 1. Press the GRAPHIC PRINT SWITCH , “IMAGE DATAOUT MENU” screen will appear (Figure 4-1). 2. Press the joystick to highlight one of the menu items (Figure 4-1). Each item indicates type of transferring image that will be sent to the Color Mapping 32 with numeric data.
Figure 4-1 Image Data Out Screen
Each menu item corresponds to the type of image that will be attached to the numeric data package transferring to the Color Mapping 32, as specify below: • NO IMAGE data transfer without image • BOTH data transfer with the images for Left and Right eyes • RIGHT data transfer with the Right eye’s image only • LEFT data transfer with the Left eye’s image only 3. Press GRAPHIC PRINT SWITCH to conform that the menu items’ selection is completed. Instrument must display “RS232 DATA OUT” message. Each item indicates type of transferring image that will be sent to the Color Mapping 32 with numeric data.
4.2 Display Color Map Report Data Using the transferred report data, Color Mapping 32 creates a new color map report window. This report window consists of < Ref Data >, < Kerato Data >, < Peripheral Data >, and the color map reports.
Figure 4-2 Color map report display
4.3 Patient Registration The patient registration service allows the user to create a database of records with patient information on an available storage media. There are two alternatives to access the Patient Registration dialog box: • By selecting the [Patient] item from the Menu Bar; • By selecting [Save to Database] from the [File] pull-down menu (see Section 4.4)
To register a patient using the Menu Bar: Page 29
• • •
Select the [Patient] item from the Menu Bar; Select [Register Patient] item from [Patient] menu (Figure 4-3). Fill in the dialog box form, click on “Register” button to create patient record in the Database;
Figure 4-3 Register Patient Dialog Box
To retrieve and update patient information from the Database: • Select [Patient] item in the Menu Bar; • Click on the [Select Patient] item from [Patient] menu. (Figure 4-4);
Figure 4-4 Select Patient Dialog Box
Enter a search key in ID. Code and/or Last Name lines of the dialog box: • Click the “Information” button to retrieve a patient record in the Patient Information dialog box. To store modified record, click the “Update” button. • Click the “OK” button to retrieve a color map report image associated with the entered search key;
To delete record with patient information from the Database: Page 30
• • •
Select [Patient] item in the Menu Bar. Select [Delete Patient] item from [Patient] menu. Select a record from the list and press the “Delete” button on the dialog box;
Figure 4-5 Delete Patient Dialog Box
4.4 Saving Report Data
Color Mapping 32 support two types of report data storage: • Saving report data as a regular file with extension *.krp/*.kp8 for data received from KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/ KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P instrument on any available storage media. • Saving report data as a database file in database disk area allocated on available archive media. Patient information registration records and associated Color Mapping 32 reports are stored in the created archive.
To save a document as a regular file from the Color Mapping 32 Report Window: • Select the [File] item in the Menu Bar. • Select the [Save As] item. (Do not change extension ‘.krp or .kp8’)
Figure 4-6 Save Report Dialog Box
When saving the report data as a file, Color Mapping 32 attaches the calibration data to the file. This means that even if the KR-7000P/ KR-7100P/ KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ Page 31
KR-8100P unit is replaced, the saved report data file may still be used in the new configuration.
To save a document to the database file from the Color Mapping 32 Report Window: • Select the [File] item in the Menu Bar. • Select [Save to Database] (see Section 3.2). • Fill patient registration form in the dialog box. • Click “OK” (Figure 4-7). • Fill dialog box form and click “OK” to save the report.
Figure 4-7 Save Data Dialog Box
4.5 Color Map Report Window Control Closing Color Map Report Window To close a report window, make the window active, then choose [Close] from the [File] menu or use the system menu of the report window. Alternatively, access the system menu of the window by clicking the square at the upper left corner, the left end of the title of the window.
Putting Color Map Report Window on Top Many report windows can be opened simultaneously. The number of report windows one can open is only limited by the amount of system memory. The report window opened last is displayed on top. To place a different report window on top, click anywhere on that report window using the left mouse button.
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Click on [Open] from DB icon in the Tool Bar to display the Select Data dialog box. Select data (see Section 4.6) to bring up a color map report data from the database. Select a measurement point by moving the mouse on the image map and clicking the left button. Measurements associated with position of cross-hair marker on the color image will be displayed at the left top corner of the Color Map Report Window.
4.6 Opening Saved Report Data To open a saved report data file, choose [Open] from the [File] menu, or click the open icon on the tool bar. The following dialog box will be displayed to select the saved report file:
Figure 4-8 Open Report Dialog Box
After choosing a report file and clicking “OK”, the dialog box will be hidden, and the selected report will be displayed in a new report window. The above dialog box can be displayed anytime by choosing [Open] in the [File] menu or by clicking the open file icon on the tool bar.
4.7 Viewing Report Data from the Database
Report data saved on the database disk as archive can be retrieved in the following formats: • “Single map” is a view of one image with associated measurements and patient data (Figure 4-9). Selection of more then one file from the Record List Box (Figure 4-8) list disables the “OK” button of the Select Data dialog box. • “Multi map” image is a side by side view of several images with associated measurements and patient data (Figure 4-9). Patient records may be selected for the same eye as well as for different eyes from the database Record List Box. Selection of more records then the map can display disables the “OK” button of the Select Data dialog box (Figure 4-9); • “Difference Map” view is a color presentation of the difference between two images retrieved from database with associated measurement difference display box (Figure 4-10). The compared images are also presented side by side on the map. Selecting records of different eyes from the Select Data dialog box disables the “OK” button.
To retrieve Color Mapping 32 report image from the Database: • Select the [Open] from DB icon from the Tool Bar or click [Open] from Database on the [File] pull-down menu (see Section 3.2). The [Select Data] dialog box (Figure 4-9) will be displayed on the screen • Use the scroll list or press the [Select Patient] button to enter a search key; • Click the “OK” button to retrieve the Color Mapping 32 report from the database
Figure 4-9 Select Data Dialog Box
Multi Map View Map view displays running measurements associated with the position of the cursor on the selected color map image. Measurement display in the bottom right corner of each image box (Figure 4-10) contains of following information: PWR Power in diopters at the cursor position; RAD Radius of curvature at the cursor position DIST Distance of cursor from the center of the grid in mm AXIS Angle of the axis connecting the cursor with the center of the grid in degrees (0°-360°); DISTP* Distance of cursor from the center of the pupil in mm AXISP* Angle of the axis connecting the cursor with the center of the pupil in degree (0°-360°)
To enable Multi Map View: • Click the [Open] from DB icon in the Tool Bar to bring up “Select Data” dialog box; • Select one of the “Multi Map” options from the “Select Map” box of the “Select Data” dialog box to bring up a “Multi Map” report data from the database; • Select measurement point by moving the mouse on the image map and clicking the left button. Measurements associated with the position of cross-hair marker on the color image will be displayed
Figure 4-10 Multi Images Map View
Difference Map View Map view displays running measurements associated with position of the cursor on the selected color map image. Measurement display is in the bottom, right corner of each comparing image box (Figure 4-10). It contains the same information type that the images on the Multi Map View along with the difference between the two. The following measurement information is provided for each map: PWR Power measurements of each map and the difference of the two. RAD Radius of curvature for each map and the difference of the two (mm). DIST Distance from the center of the grid for each map in mm. The difference map reports the distance of the first image in mm. AXIS The angle between the line connecting the cursor with the center of the grid and X-axis of the greed in degrees (0°-360°). The difference map reports the angle value of the first image. DISTP* Distance from the center of the pupil for each map in mm. AXISP* The angle between the line connecting the cursor with the center of the pupil and X-axis of the greed in degrees (0°-360°). The difference map reports the angle value of the first image. * Measurement is displayed if pupil detection data is available in the image file. To enable “Difference Map” View follow the steps from the paragraph “Multiple Map View” for “Difference Map” selection in the “Select Map” box of “Select Data” dialog box. (Figure 4-9).
Figure 4-11 Difference Image View
Chapter 5 Option Settings When a color map report is open, the options may be changed for that report. To get the option dialog box menu, choose [Map Options] from the [Utility] menu, or click the option icon on the tool bar. The following dialog box will be displayed to change options: Figure 5-1 Option Setting Dialog Box
5.1 Map Method Sagittal:
This power is based on the normal distance from the cornea to the refractive axis (also known as Axial Power).
This power is based on the surface radius for each data point (also known as Instantaneous Power).
5.2 Scale Unit Diopter:
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Displayed color map based on mm power scale.
5.3 Map Type Adjustable:
Use the color map center and step values to adjust the color levels. By using appropriate values, more detail can be seen in the map. (The center value will appear as the bottom of the eleventh color.)
Normalized: Minimum and Maximum levels of the data are used for limits of the color map. Thus, data will stretch over entire map. In cases of extreme data range, the top 1% and bottom 1% are excluded. Absolute:
Standard scale ranging from 35.5D to 52D with a step size of 1/2D, or 6.0mm to 9.3mm with a step size of 0.1mm. 33 different levels are used for this map by 22 colors.
5.4 Overlays Cross Scale: X and Y axes overlay Angle Scale: Displays angle measurement around the color maps. mm Grid Scale: Overlay of a 1 mm grid Kerato Axis: None:
No Kerato Axis displayed.
Kerato Axis displayed based on the Keratometer axis.
Shows the keratometric circle (radius 1.5mm) along with the strongest axis ( as a black line ) and weakest axis ( as a gray line ).
Displays pupil boundary curve. Pupil check box is enabled, if pupil edge detection points are available in the opened map document file (Figure 5-2) This option Is available for KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P
Figure 5-2 Color map with pupil overlays
5.5 Peripheral When measuring a patient eye with 5 point peripheral measurement, this switch becomes available along with peripheral display options:
Figure 5-3 Peripheral Point 5 Option Dialog Box
Display Point 5 Map: If this box is checked, the peripheral data will be displayed as a 15 degree step map. If this box is unchecked, the peripheral data will be displayed as numeric data. Eccentricity Options No E Value:
No eccentricity data displayed.
Meridian E Value:
Meridian eccentricity data displayed. (2 directions)
Semi meridian E Value:
Semi-meridian eccentricity data displayed. (4 directions)
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Initial Display Top: If this box is checked, the top of the new report window will be displayed. If this box is not checked, the bottom ( Color Map ) of the new report window will be displayed. Save Settings: If this box is checked, and the ‘OK’ switch is clicked, Color Mapping 32 saves and uses these settings as the defaults for new reports. Auto Print: If this box is checked, data will automatically be sent to the printer (using default option settings) as soon as the Color Mapping 32 receives and reconstructs the color map structure.
5.7 Image View This option Is available for KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P Map:
If this button is active color map with pupil center marker will be displayed, every time user opens map document file. Pupil center marker will appear only for document files containing pupil detection points. Image: If this button is active eyes’ color map reports will be replaced with its images in the color map report window (Figure 5-4). If image is available only for one eye in the opened document, Color Mapping 32 will display image only for this eye and color map for the eye without image. Overlay: This button repeats the same logic as the “Image” button. The difference is that image is overlaid with color map for each eye which image data is available. Side by Side: The button is enabled only for the document, which was opened from the Color Mapping 32 Database and its display format to “Single Map” (Section 4.7). Also, eye image data must be available in the database document.
Figure 5-4 Report window (Image view – Image)
Chapter 6 Contact Lens Simulation Report Data 6.1
Display Contact Lens Simulation Report Data
To get a Contact Lens Simulation Report data when a Color map Report window is activated, perform following steps: • Choose “Contact Lens Fitting” from the [Utility] “Call Map” menu, or click the [Contact Lens] Icon on the Tool bar. When the Contact Lens Icon was clicked and a Color map Report has data for both eyes, the following “Select Processing Eye” dialog box will be displayed.
Figure 6-1 Select processing Eye Dialog Box
The contact lens simulation Parameter Setting dialog box will appear (Figure 6-4). • • •
Select simulation parameters and simulation report view from the Parameter Setting dialog box, as specify in Section 6.4 later in this chapter. Click “OK” to display the contact lens simulation report. The image view type in the Fitting Color Map box of the report is defined by the settings of the Image View control buttons in the “Parameter Setting” dialog box (Section 6.4). The contact lens simulation report window will display Fitting Color Map view (Figure 6-2).
Figure 6-2 Contact Lens Fitting Map display with pupil overlay
6.1.1 Contact Lens Simulation Precaution Contact Lens Simulation Physician can not use report data for lens prescription without their personal validation.
Figure 6-3 Contact Lens Fitting Map with pupil and eye image overlay display
6.2 Parameters of the Contact Lens Simulation Report Abbreviations for the Contact Lens simulation report: BC Base curve (mm) BC2 Base curve 2 for toric lens (mm)BC must be greater then BC2 E1 Eccentricity of aspheric lens TD Total diameter of a lens (mm) OZ Optic zone (mm) (which affects the optical function of a lens) SC Secondary curve (mm) SCW Secondary curve width (mm) E2 Eccentricity for secondary curve PC Peripheral curve (mm) PCW Peripheral curve width (mm) PC2 Peripheral curve 2 for toric lens (mm) PC must be greater than PC2 AEL Axial edge lift (mm) VD Vertex distance of spectacles (mm) PWR Power of the contact lens to correct refraction spherical data (mm) PanH amount of horizontal lens lag from the corneal (mm) PanV amount of vertical lens lag from the corneal center (mm) TilH Horizontal lens tilt angle (mm) TilV Vertical tilt angle (mm) For a three curve contact lens, BC, TD, OZ, SC, SCW, PC, and PCW are necessary. If for a two-curve lens, SC and SCW, or PC and PCW may be omitted. Either SC or PC can be ignored if their width field (SCW or PCW) is zero.
6.3 Handling Each Lens Type Lens types can be set in the parameter setting dialog box. RGP For a RGP lenses, a total of three curves including a base curve ( BC ), a secondary curve ( SC ), and a peripheral curve ( PC ), are available. Alternatives ( i.e. BC+SC only, or BC+PC only ) are also available. TORIC
When a TORIC lens type has been selected, the BC2 and PC2 data fields will be activated. There are basic curve 2 and peripheral curve2, respectively. Listed below are two available lens structures in the TORIC lens type. BC (toric) + SC (spheric) + PC (spheric) BC (toric) + PC (toric) If the PC value is same as the PC2 value, the contact lens simulation function assumes the lens has spherical peripheral curves. In this case, the SC, and SCW fields will be activated. However, if PC differs from PC2, since this is a toric peripheral, the SC and SCW fields become disabled.
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respectively. These values are calculated from the corneal topography, and initially, the two values are the same. One or both of them may be changed according to the manufacture’s lens specification. For a spherical secondary curve, set E2 equal to 0 to make it represent a spherical secondary curve. Use the two lens structure as follows: BC (aspheric) + SC (aspheric) + PC (spheric) BC (aspheric) + SC (spheric) + PC (spheric) In both cases, PC can be omitted when PCW is zero. SOFT
Most SOFT lenses have one BC and One PC, so secondary curve fields are disabled. The fluorescein simulation is not available for soft lenses.
For a PMMA lens type, the software treats the lens structure in the same way as a RGP lens.
6.4 Parameter Setting When a contact lens simulation report is open or the ‘Contact Lens Fitting’ function from a color map report has been called for the first time, the parameters may be changed for that report. To get the parameter setting dialog box menu, choose ‘Change Parameters’ from the [Utility] menu, or click the parameter icon on the tool bar. The following dialog box will be displayed to change parameters. (‘Select Data Set’ item will be appeared only when some contact lens data were registered – See Section 6.5 ):
Figure 6-4 Parameter Setting dialog box
Lens Type Please refer to section “6.3 Handling each lens type”. Page 46
Map Type Absolute map type connects tear layer thickness to an actual fluorescent color. Normalized map type assigns colors to express the entire thickness range. Overlays The functions of the Overlay group of controls are the same as functions of the Overlay control group in the Map Option Settings dialog box for the Color Map Report document type, refer to the Section 5.4 of the manual. Reference BC Parameter helps to find a base curve that meets a certain apical clearance demand. The software finds the radius of curvature of a sphere, which is defined by three points. These points are the center of the lens with a certain apical clearance, and two optic zone end points, which touch the cornea. Sagittal Vault If the sagittal vault value is supposed to be a certain value, input that value. An appropriate TD value will be calculated for this sagittal vault. Axial Edge Lift The required AEL (Axial Edge Lift) value is specified, the software finds the appropriate PC value. Graph Setting: Profile Graph The tear layer thickness profile graph is displayed at the specified angle value. Graph Setting: Isometric Graph The circular tear layer variation graph is displayed at the specified radius value. Select Data Set The pull down scroll list appears when more then one contact lens data sets have been registered. The software will set the parameters based on the selected contact lens data set. Image View This option Is available for KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P The functions of the Image View control group are the same as the functions of its counterpart in the Map Option Settings dialog box of the Color Map Report document type, refer to the Section 5.7 of the manual. There are three alternative views including the default Fitting Color Map view available and may be selected by setting the Image View control group in on of the following options: • MAP option to display Fitting Color Map(Figure 6-2) • IMAGE option to display eye image the same as in the Color Map Report, refer to Section 5.7(Figure 5-4) • OVERLAY option to display Fitting Color Map overlaid with eye image (Figure 6-3)
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To get the contact lens utility dialog box menu, choose ‘Contact Lens Utility’ from the [Utility] menu. The following dialog box will be displayed to set the default and register the contact lens parameters sets. The number of the registered contact lens sets is up to 10. Figure 6-5 Contact Lens Utility dialog box
Available setting parameters for the default and register contact lens sets are shown below.
Contact Lens Parameters Default Setting When you have a commonly used contact lens specification, you may define these parameters. Definable parameters are “Lens Type”, “Map Type”, “Total Diameter of the contact lens”, “Optical Zone of the contact lens”, “Vertex Distance”, and “Overlays for the simulation report”. If you have registered some manufacture’s contact lens data sets, a “Select Data Set” pull-down list will appear. Figure 6-6 Contact Lens Parameters Default Setting dialog box
CL Advice Enable This option Is available for KR-8000PA/ KR-8100PA/ KR-8100P A check box is located in the ‘Contact Lens Parameters Default Setting’ dialog box (Figure 6-6). This check box enables automatic setting of the simulation parameters for selected lens type (Section6.2) to the values calculated by the instrument. These values are displayed in the ‘<CL Advice>’ section of the Color Map Report, please refer to the Section 4.2(Figure 4-2). CL Advice data is available only for RGP and ASPHERIC type of lens. The other lens type selections are disabled as long as the check box is checked.
Contact Lens Data Register It is possible to register some contact lens model parameters sets using the ‘Contact Lens Data Register function. You may register up to 10 contact lens model parameter sets. Page 48
Figure 6-7 Contact Lens Data Register dialog box