C.13 PRINT MANAGEMENT SPECIFIC MODULES

The following Sections specify Modules used for Print Management.

C.13.1 Basic Film Session Presentation Module

Table C.13-1BASIC FILM SESSION PRESENTATION MODULE ATTRIBUTES

Attribute name Tag Attribute Description
Number of Copies (2000,0010) Number of copies to be printed for each film of the film session.
Print Priority (2000,0020) Specifies the priority of the print job. Enumerated Values: HIGH MED LOW
Medium Type (2000,0030) Type of medium on which the print job will be printed. Defined Terms: PAPER CLEAR FILM BLUE FILM MAMMO CLEAR FILM MAMMO BLUE FILM
Film Destination (2000,0040) Film destination. Defined Terms: MAGAZINE = the exposed film is stored in film magazine PROCESSOR = the exposed film is developed in film processor BIN_i = the exposed film is deposited in a sorter bin where “I” represents the bin number. Film sorter BINs shall be numbered sequentially starting from one and no maxiumu is placed on the number of BINs. The encoding of the BIN number shall not contain leading zeros.
Film Session Label (2000,0050) Human readable label that identifies the film session
Memory Allocation (2000,0060) Amount of memory allocated for the film session. Value is expressed in KB
Owner ID (2100,0160) Identification of the owner of the film session

C.13.2 Basic Film Session Relationship Module

Table C.13-2BASIC FILM SESSION RELATIONSHIP MODULE ATTRIBUTES

Attribute Name Tag Attribute Description
Referenced Film Box Sequence (2000,0500) A set of Film Boxes. Zero or more Items shall be included in this Sequence.
>Include ‘SOP Instance Reference Macro' Table 10-11

Note: Proposed Study Sequence (2130,00A0) was previously included in this Module but has been retired. See PS 3.3 2004.

C.13.3 Basic Film Box Presentation Module

Table C.13-3BASIC FILM BOX PRESENTATION MODULE ATTRIBUTES

Attribute Name Tag Attribute Description
Image Display Format (2010,0010) Type of image display format. Enumerated Values: STANDARD\C,R : film contains equal size rectangular image boxes with R rows of image boxes and C columns of image boxes; C and R are integers. ROW\R1,R2,R3, etc. : film contains rows with equal size rectangular image boxes with R1 image boxes in the first row, R2 image boxes in second row, R3 image boxes in third row, etc.; R1, R2, R3, etc. are integers. COL\C1,C2,C3, etc.: film contains columns with equal size rectangular image boxes with C1 image boxes in the first column, C2 image boxes in second column, C3 image boxes in third column, etc.; C1, C2, C3, etc. are integers. SLIDE : film contains 35mm slides; the number of slides for a particular film size is configuration dependent. SUPERSLIDE : film contains 40mm slides; the number of slides for a particular film size is configuration dependent. CUSTOM\i : film contains a customized ordering of rectangular image boxes; i identifies the image display format; the definition of the image display formats is defined in the Conformance Statement; i is an integer
Annotation Display Format ID (2010,0030) Identification of annotation display format. The definition of the annotation display formats and the annotation box position sequence are defined in the Conformance Statement
Film Orientation (2010,0040) Film orientation. Enumerated Values: PORTRAIT = vertical film position LANDSCAPE = horizontal film position
Film Size ID (2010,0050) Film size identification. Defined Terms: 8INX10IN 8_5INX11IN 10INX12IN 10INX14IN 11INX14IN 11INX17IN 14INX14IN 14INX17IN 24CMX24CM 24CMX30CM A4 A3 Note: 10INX14IN corresponds with 25.7CMX36.4CM A4 corresponds with 210 x 297 millimeters A3 corresponds with 297 x 420 millimeters
Magnification Type (2010,0060) Interpolation type by which the printer magnifies or decimates the image in order to fit the image in the image box on film. Defined Terms: REPLICATE BILINEAR CUBIC NONE
Smoothing Type (2010,0080) Further specifies the type of the interpolation function. Values are defined in Conformance Statement. Only valid for Magnification Type (2010,0060) = CUBIC
Border Density (2010,0100) Density of the film areas surrounding and between images on the film. Defined Terms: BLACK WHITE i where i represents the desired density in hundredths of OD (e.g. 150 corresponds with 1.5 OD)
Empty Image Density (2010,0110) Density of the image box area on the film that contains no image. Defined Terms: BLACK WHITE i where i represents the desired density in hundredths of OD (e.g. 150 corresponds with 1.5 OD)
Min Density (2010,0120) Minimum density of the images on the film, expressed in hundredths of OD. If Min Density is lower than minimum printer density than Min Density is set to minimum printer density.
Max Density (2010,0130) Maximum density of the images on the film, expressed in hundredths of OD. If Max Density is higher than maximum printer density than Max Density is set to maximum printer density.
Trim (2010,0140) Specifies whether a trim box shall be printed surrounding each image on the film. Enumerated Values: YES NO
Configuration Information (2010,0150) Character string that contains either the ID of the printer configuration table that contains a set of values for implementation specific print parameters (e.g. perception LUT related parameters) or one or more configuration data values, encoded as characters. If there are multiple configuration data values encoded in the string, they shall be separated by backslashes. The definition of values shall be contained in the SCP's Conformance Statement. Defined Terms: CS000-CS999: Implementation specific curve type. Note: It is recommended that for SCPs, CS000 represent the lowest contrast and CS999 the highest contrast levels available.
Illumination (2010,015E) Luminance of lightbox illuminating a piece of transmissive film, or for the case of reflective media, luminance obtainable from diffuse reflection of the illumination present. Expressed as L0, in candelas per square meter (cd/m2).
Reflected Ambient Light (2010,0160) For transmissive film, luminance contribution due to reflected ambient light. Expressed as La, in candelas per square meter (cd/m2).
Requested Resolution ID (2020,0050) Specifies the resolution at which images in this Film Box are to be printed. Defined Terms: STANDARD = approximately 4k x 5k printable pixels on a 14 x 17 inch film HIGH = Approximately twice the resolution of STANDARD.
ICC Profile (0028,2000) An ICC Profile encoding the transformation of device-dependent color stored pixel values into PCS-Values. See C.11.15. Note. This is an Input Device Profile that describes the characteristics of the pixel data in the film box, not an Output Device Profile that might describe the characteristics of the Print SCP.

C.13.3.1 Image display format

C.13.3.1.1 Standard image display format

The standard format subdivides a film into image boxes of equal size. Therefore, the film layout is fully symmetrical, i.e. the arrangement of image boxes on film is left-right and top-bottom symmetric.

Example : STANDARD\3,4

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C.13.3.1.2 Row symmetric image display format

The row symmetric image display format subdivides a film into rows of image boxes of equal size. As a result, the layout is left-right symmetric, the associated symmetry line is vertical (V). There is no top-bottom symmetry.

Example : ROW\2,3

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C.13.3.1.3 Column symmetric image display format

The column symmetric image display format subdivides a film into columns of image boxes of equal size. As a result, the layout is top-button symmetric, the associated symmetry line is horizontal (H). There is no left-right symmetry.

Example : COL\1,4

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C.13.4 Basic Film Box Relationship Module

Table C.13-4BASIC FILM BOX RELATIONSHIP MODULE ATTRIBUTES

Attribute Name Tag Attribute Description
Referenced Film Session Sequence (2010,0500) A Film Session. Only a single Item shall be included in this Sequence.
>Include ‘SOP Instance Reference Macro' Table 10-11
Referenced Image Box Sequence (2010,0510) A set of Image Boxes. One or more Items shall be included in this Sequence.
>Include ‘SOP Instance Reference Macro' Table 10-11
Referenced Basic Annotation Box Sequence (2010,0520) A set of Basic Annotation Boxes. Zero or more Items shall be included in this Sequence.
>Include ‘SOP Instance Reference Macro' Table 10-11
Referenced Presentation LUT Sequence (2050,0500) A Presentation LUT. Only a single Item shall be included in this sequence.
>Include ‘SOP Instance Reference Macro' Table 10-11

C.13.5 Image Box Pixel Presentation Module

Table C.13-5IMAGE BOX PIXEL PRESENTATION MODULE ATTRIBUTES

Attribute Name Tag Attribute Description
Image Box Position (2020,0010) The position of the image on the film, based on Image Display Format (2010,0010). See C.13.5.1 for specification.
Polarity (2020,0020) Specifies whether minimum pixel values (after VOI LUT transformation) are to printed black or white. Enumerated Values: NORMAL = pixels shall be printed as specified by the Photometric Interpretation (0028,0004) REVERSE = pixels shall be printed with the opposite polarity as specified by the Photometric Interpretation (0028,0004) If Polarity (2020,0020) is not specified by the SCU, the SCP shall print with NORMAL polarity.
Magnification Type (2010,0060) Description is the same as in Table C.13-3. Overrides the Magnification Type specified for the Film Box.
Smoothing Type (2010,0080) Description is the same as in Table C.13-3. Overrides the Smoothing Type specified for the Film Box.
Configuration Information (2010,0150) See Table C.13-3 for description of Configuration Information.
Requested Image Size (2020,0030) Width (x-dimension) in mm of the image to be printed. This value overrides the size that corresponds with optimal filling of the Image Box.
Requested Decimate/Crop Behavior (2020,0040) Specifies whether image pixels are to be decimated or cropped if the image rows or columns is greater than the available printable pixels in an Image Box. Decimation means that a magnification factor <1 is applied to the image. The method of decimation shall be that specified by Magnification Type (2010,0060) or the SCP default if not specified Cropping means that some image rows and/or columns are deleted before printing Enumerated Values: DECIMATE = a magnification factor <1 to be applied to the image. CROP = some image rows and/or columns are to be deleted before printing. The specific algorithm for cropping shall be described in the SCP Conformance Statement. FAIL = the SCP shall not crop or decimate
Basic Grayscale Image Sequence (2020,0110) A sequence which provides the content of the grayscale image pixel data to be printed. This is a specialization of the Image Pixel Module defined in C.7.6.3 of this part. It is encoded as a sequence of Attributes of the Image Pixel Module. Zero or one Item shall be included in this Sequence. See PS 3.4 for further description.
>Samples Per Pixel (0028,0002) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Value: 1
>Photometric Interpretation (0028,0004) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Values: MONOCHROME1 MONOCHROME2
>Rows (0028,0010) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module
>Columns (0028,0011) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module
>Pixel Aspect Ratio (0028,0034) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module
>Bits Allocated (0028,0100) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Values: 8 (if Bits Stored = 8) 16 (if Bits Stored = 12)
>Bits Stored (0028,0101) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Values: 8 12
>High Bit (0028,0102) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Values: 7 (if BITS STORED = 8) 11 (if BITS STORED = 12)
>Pixel Representation (0028,0103) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Value: 0 (unsigned integer)
>Pixel Data (7FE0,0010) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module
Basic Color Image Sequence (2020,0111) A sequence which provides the content of the color image pixel data to be printed. It is a specialization of the Image Pixel Module defined in C.7.6.3 of this part. It is encoded as a sequence of Attributes of the Image Pixel Module. Zero or one Item shall be included in this Sequence. See PS 3.4 for further description.
>Samples Per Pixel (0028,0002) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Value: 3
>Photometric Interpretation (0028,0004) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Value: RGB
>Planar Configuration (0028,0006) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Value: 1 (frame interleave)
>Rows (0028,0010) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module.
>Columns (0028,0011) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module.
>Pixel Aspect Ratio (0028,0034) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module.
>Bits Allocated (0028,0100) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Value: 8
>Bits Stored (0028,0101) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Value: 8
>High Bit (0028,0102) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Value: 7
>Pixel Representation (0028,0103) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module. Enumerated Value: 0000H (unsigned integer)
>Pixel Data (7FE0,0010) See C.7.6.3 for description of Image Pixel Module

Note: Referenced Image Overlay Box Sequence (2020,0130) and Original Image Sequence (2130,00C0) were previously included in this Module but have been retired. See PS 3.3 2004.

C.13.5.1 Image Box Position

The position of the image on the film; the encoding of the image position sequence is based on the selected Image Display Format (2010,0010). The image position sequence shall be increasing order beginning with the value 1. Image Box Position (2020,0010) is defined as follows:

- STANDARD display format: image box sequence shall be major row order (from left-to-right and from top-to-bottom); top left image position shall be equal to 1.

- ROW display format: image box sequence shall be major row order (from left-to-right and from top-to-bottom); top left image position shall be set to 1.

- COL display format: image box sequence shall be major column order (from top-to-bottom and from left-to-right); top left image position shall be equal to 1.

- SLIDE display format: image box sequence shall be major row order (from left-to-right and from top-to-bottom); top left image position shall be set to 1.

- SUPERSLIDE display format: image box sequence shall be major row order (from left-to-right and from top-to-bottom); top left image position shall be set to 1.

- CUSTOM STANDARD display format: image box sequence shall be defined in the Conformance Statement; top left image position shall be set to 1.

C.13.6 Image Box Relationship Module (Retired)

This section was previously defined in DICOM. It is now retired. See PS 3.3-1998.

C.13.7 Basic Annotation Presentation Module

Table C.13-7BASIC ANNOTATION PRESENTATION MODULE ATTRIBUTES

Attribute Name Tag Attribute Description
Annotation Position (2030,0010) The position of the annotation box in the parent film box. Annotation position sequence depends on the selected Annotation Display Format ID (2010,0030)
Text String (2030,0020) Text string

C.13.8 Print Job Module

Table C.13-8PRINT JOB MODULE ATTRIBUTES

Attribute Name Tag Attribute Description
Execution Status (2100,0020) Execution status of print job. Enumerated Values: PENDING PRINTING DONE FAILURE
Execution Status Info (2100,0030) Additional information about Execution Status (2100,0020). Defined Terms when the Execution Status is DONE or PRINTING: NORMAL Defined Terms when the Execution Status is FAILURE: INVALID PAGE DES = The specified page layout cannot be printed or other page description errors have been detected. INSUFFIC MEMORY = There is not enough memory available to complete this job. See Section C.13.9.1 for additional Defined Terms when the Execution Status is PENDING or FAILURE.
Creation Date (2100,0040) Date of print job creation.
Creation Time (2100,0050) Time of print job creation.
Print Priority (2000,0020) Priority of print job (see C.13.1 for further explanation).
Printer Name (2110,0030) User defined name identifying the printer.
Originator (2100,0070) DICOM Application Entity Title that issued the print operation.

C.13.9 Printer Module

Table C.13-9PRINTER MODULE ATTRIBUTES

Attribute Name Tag Attribute Description
Printer Status (2110,0010) Printer device status. Enumerated Values: NORMAL WARNING FAILURE
Printer Status Info (2110,0020) Additional information about Printer Status (2110,0010). Defined Terms when the Printer Status is equal to NORMAL: NORMAL See Section C.13.9.1 for Defined Terms when the Printer Status is equal to WARNING or FAILURE.
Printer Name (2110,0030) User defined name identifying the printer.
Manufacturer (0008,0070) Manufacturer of the printer.
Manufacturer Model Name (0008,1090) Manufacturer's model number of the printer.
Device Serial Number (0018,1000) Manufacturer's serial number of the printer.
Software Versions (0018,1020) Manufacturer's designation of software version of the printer.
Date Of Last Calibration (0018,1200) Date when the printer was last calibrated.
Time Of Last Calibration (0018,1201) Time when the printer was last calibrated.

C.13.9.1 Printer Status Info and Execution Status Info

Additional Defined Terms for Printer Status Info (2110,0020) and Execution Status Info (2100,0030) are:

BAD RECEIVE MGZ There is a problem with the film receive magazine. Films from the printer cannot be transported into the magazine.
BAD SUPPLY MGZ There is a problem with a film supply magazine. Films from this magazine cannot be transported into the printer.
CALIBRATING Printer is performing self calibration, it is expected to be available for normal operation shortly.
CALIBRATION ERR An error in the printer calibration has been detected, quality of processed films may not be optimal.
CHECK CHEMISTRY A problem with the processor chemicals has been detected, quality of processed films may not be optimal.
CHECK SORTER There is an error in the film sorter.
CHEMICALS EMPTY There are no processing chemicals in the processor, films will not be printed and processed until the processor is back to normal.
CHEMICALS LOW The chemical level in the processor is low, if not corrected, it will probably shut down soon.
COVER OPEN One or more printer or processor covers, drawers, doors are open.
ELEC CONFIG ERR Printer configured improperly for this job.
ELEC DOWN Printer is not operating due to some unspecified electrical hardware problem.
ELEC SW ERROR Printer not operating for some unspecified software error.
EMPTY 8X10 The 8x10 inch film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 8X10 BLUE The 8x10 inch blue film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 8X10 CLR The 8x10 inch clear film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 8X10 PAPR The 8x10 inch paper supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 10X12 The 10x12 inch film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 10X12 BLUE The 10x12 inch blue film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 10X12 CLR The 10x12 inch clear film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 10X12 PAPR The 10x12 inch paper supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 10X14 The 10x14 inch film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 10X14 BLUE The 10x14 inch blue film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 10X14 CLR The 10x14 inch clear film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 10X14 PAPR The 10x14 inch paper supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 11X14 The 11x14 inch film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 11X14 BLUE The 11x14 inch blue film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 11X14 CLR The 11x14 inch clear film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 11X14 PAPR The 11x14 inch paper supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 14X14 The 14x14 inch film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 14X14 BLUE The 14x14 inch blue film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 14X14 CLR The 14x14 inch clear film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 14X14 PAPR The 14x14 inch paper supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 14X17 The 14x17 inch film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 14X17 BLUE The 14x17 inch blue film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 14X17 CLR The 14x17 inch clear film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 14X17 PAPR The 14x17 inch paper supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 24X24 The 24x24 cm film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 24X24 BLUE The 24x24 cm blue film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 24X24 CLR The 24x24 cm clear film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 24X24 PAPR The 24x24 cm paper supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 24X30 The 24x30 cm film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 24X30 BLUE The 24x30 cm blue film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 24X30 CLR The 24x30 cm clear film supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY 24X30 PAPR The 24x30 cm paper supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY A4 PAPR The A4 paper supply magazine is empty.
EMPTY A4 TRANS The A4 transparency supply magazine is empty.
EXPOSURE FAILURE The exposure device has failed due to some unspecified reason.
FILM JAM A film transport error has occurred and a film is jammed in the printer or processor.
FILM TRANSP ERR There is a malfunction with the film transport, there may or may not be a film jam.
FINISHER EMPTY The finisher is empty.
FINISHER ERROR The finisher is not operating due to some unspecified reason.
FINISHER LOW The finisher is low on supplies
LOW 8X10 The 8x10 inch film supply magazine is low.
LOW 8X10 BLUE The 8x10 inch blue film supply magazine is low.
LOW 8X10 CLR The 8x10 inch clear film supply magazine is low.
LOW 8X10 PAPR The 8x10 inch paper supply magazine is low.
LOW 10X12 The 10x12 inch film supply magazine is low.
LOW 10X12 BLUE The 10x12 inch blue film supply magazine is low.
LOW 10X12 CLR The 10x12 inch clear film supply magazine is low.
LOW 10X12 PAPR The 10x12 inch paper supply magazine is low.
LOW 10X14 The 10x14 inch film supply magazine is low.
LOW 10X14 BLUE The 10x14 inch blue film supply magazine is low.
LOW 10X14 CLR The 10x14 inch clear film supply magazine is low.
LOW 10X14 PAPR The 10x14 inch paper supply magazine is low.
LOW 11X14 The 11x14 inch film supply magazine is low.
LOW 11X14 BLUE The 11x14 inch blue film supply magazine is low.
LOW 11X14 CLR The 11x14 inch clear film supply magazine is low.
LOW 11X14 PAPR The 11x14 inch paper supply magazine is low.
LOW 14X14 The 14x14 inch film supply magazine is low.
LOW 14X14 BLUE The 14x14 inch blue film supply magazine is low.
LOW 14X14 CLR The 14x14 inch clear film supply magazine is low.
LOW 14X14 PAPR The 14x14 inch paper supply magazine is low.
LOW 14X17 The 14x17 inch film supply magazine is low.
LOW 14X17 BLUE The 14x17 inch blue film supply magazine is low.
LOW 14X17 CLR The 14x17 inch clear film supply magazine is low.
LOW 14X17 PAPR The 14x17 inch paper supply magazine is low.
LOW 24X24 The 24x24 cm film supply magazine is low.
LOW 24X24 BLUE The 24x24 cm blue film supply magazine is low.
LOW 24X24 CLR The 24x24 cm clear film supply magazine is low.
LOW 24X24 PAPR The 24x24 cm paper supply magazine is low.
LOW 24X30 The 24x30 cm film supply magazine is low.
LOW 24X30 BLUE The 24x30 cm blue film supply magazine is low.
LOW 24X30 CLR The 24x30 cm clear film supply magazine is low.
LOW 24X30 PAPR The 24x30 cm paper supply magazine is low.
LOW A4 PAPR The A4 paper supply magazine is low.
LOW A4 TRANS The A4 transparency supply magazine is low.
NO RECEIVE MGZ The film receive magazine not available
NO RIBBON The ribbon cartridge needs to be replaced.
NO SUPPLY MGZ The film supply magazine specified for this job is not available.
CHECK PRINTER The printer is not ready at this time, operator intervention is required to make the printer available.
CHECK PROC The processor is not ready at this time, operator intervention is required to make the printer available.
PRINTER DOWN The printer is not operating due to some unspecified reason.
PRINTER BUSY Printer is not available at this time, but should become ready without user intervention. This is to handle non-initialization instances.
PRINT BUFF FULL The Printer ‘s buffer capacity is full. The printer is unable to accept new images in this state. The printer will correct this without user intervention. The SCU should retry later.
PRINTER INIT The printer is not ready at this time, it is expected to become available without intervention. For example, it may be in a normal warm-up state.
PRINTER OFFLINE The printer has been disabled by an operator or service person.
PROC DOWN The processor is not operating due to some unspecified reason.
PROC INIT The processor is not ready at this time, it is expected to become available without intervention. For example, it may be in a normal warm-up state.
PROC OVERFLOW FL Processor chemicals are approaching the overflow full mark.
PROC OVERFLOW HI Processor chemicals have reached the overflow full mark.
QUEUED Print Job in Queue
RECEIVER FULL The Film receive magazine is full.
REQ MED NOT INST The requested film, paper, or other media supply magazine is installed in the printer, but may be available with operator intervention.
REQ MED NOT AVAI The requested film, paper, or other media requested is not available on this printer.
RIBBON ERROR There is an unspecified problem with the print ribbon.
SUPPLY EMPTY The printer is out of film.
SUPPLY LOW The film supply is low.
UNKNOWN There is an unspecified problem.

C.13.10 Image Overlay Box Presentation Module (Retired)

This section was previously defined in DICOM. It is now retired. See PS 3.3-1998.

C.13.11 Image Overlay Box Relationship Module (Retired)

This section was previously defined in DICOM. It is now retired. See PS 3.3-1998.

C.13.12 Print Request Module

Retired. See PS 3.3 2004.

C.13.13 Printer Configuration Module

This Module describes Printer Configuration Information.

Table C.13-13PRINTER CONFIGURATION MODULE

Attribute Name Tag Attribute Description
Printer Configuration Sequence (2000,001E) Contains printer configuration information for a single Application Entity title. See Print Management Service Class Structure in PS 3.4. The sequence shall contain one item for each physical printer/Meta SOP Class combination supported by the Application Entity title.
>SOP Classes Supported (0008,115A) The Meta-SOP Class and a list of optional SOP Classes supported. It shall contain one Meta SOP Class UID and 0-n optional SOP Class UIDs.
>Maximum Memory Allocation (2000,0061) Maximum number of kilobytes of memory that can be allocated for a Film Session. The value shall be 0 if Memory Allocation (2000,0060) is not supported.
>Memory Bit Depth (2000,00A0) The maximum number of bits for each pixel that can be stored in printer memory.
>Printing Bit Depth (2000,00A1) The number of bits used by the print engine for internal LUT calculation and printing of each pixel.
>Media Installed Sequence (2000,00A2) A sequence which specifies the combinations of Medium Type and Film Size IDs available in the printer at this time and the Min and Max Densities supported by these media. The Item Number with the value of 1 is the printer default. There is no significance to other item numbers. One item for each Medium Type and Film Size ID installed shall be included.
>>Item Number (0020,0019) A number that labels this item. Each item in the sequence shall have a unique number.
>>Medium Type (2000,0030) See C.13.1
>>Film Size ID (2010,0050) See C.13.3
>>Min Density (2010,0120) Minimum density that can be printed, expressed in hundredths of OD.
>>Max Density (2010,0130) Maximum density that can be printed, expressed in hundredths of OD.
>Other Media Available Sequence (2000,00A4) A sequence which specifies combinations of Medium Type and Film Size ID for which the printer will accept an N-CREATE of a Film Box, but are not physically installed in the printer at this time. It also specifies the Min and Max Densities supported by these media. User intervention may be required to instal these media in the printer. One item for each Medium Type and Film Size ID available, but not installed shall be included.
>>Medium Type (2000,0030) See C.13.1
>>Film Size ID (2010,0050) See C.13.3
>>Min Density (2010,0120) Minimum density that can be printed, expressed in hundredths of OD.
>>Max Density (2010,0130) Maximum density that can be printed, expressed in hundredths of OD.
>Supported Image Display Formats Sequence (2000,00A8) A sequence which specifies the Image Display Formats supported, rows and columns in Image Boxes for each format, pixel spacing, and whether Requested Image Size is supported as a function of Film Orientation, Film Size ID, and Printer Resolution ID. One item for each display format, film orientation, film size, and printer resolution combination shall be included.
>>Rows (0028,0010) Number of printable rows in an Image Box.
>>Columns (0028,0011) Number of printable columns in an Image Box
>>Image Display Format (2010,0010) See C.13.3
>>Film Orientation (2010,0040) See C.13.3
>>Film Size ID (2010,0050) See C.13.3
>>Printer Resolution ID (2010,0052) Printer Resolution identification. Defined Terms are the same as Requested Resolution ID (2020,0050). See C.13.3.
>>Printer Pixel Spacing (2010,0376) Physical distance on the printed film between the center of each pixel, specified by a numeric pair - adjacent row spacing (delimiter) adjacent column spacing in mm. See 10.7.1.3 for further explanation of the value order.
>>Requested Image Size Flag (2020,00A0) Indicates whether the printer supports Requested Image Size (2020,0030) for this display format and film orientation and size combination. Enumerated Values: NO = not supported YES = supported
>Default Printer Resolution ID (2010,0054) The printer's default resolution identification. Defined Terms are the same as Requested Resolution ID (2020,0050). See C.13.3.
>Default Magnification Type (2010,00A6) Printer's default magnification type. See C.13.3 for Defined Terms.
>Other Magnification Types Available (2010,00A7) Other magnification types available in the printer. See C.13.3 for Defined Terms.
>Default Smoothing Type (2010,00A8) Printer's default smoothing type. See C.13.3.
>Other Smoothing Types Available (2010,00A9) Other smoothing types available in the printer. See C.13.3.
>Configuration Information Description (2010,0152) A free form text description of Configuration Information (2010,0150) supported by the printer.
>Maximum Collated Films (2010,0154) The maximum number of films that can be collated for an N-ACTION of the Film Session. The value shall be 0 if N-ACTION of the Film Session is not supported.
>Decimate/Crop Result (2020,00A2) Indicates whether the printer will decimate or crop image pixels if the image rows or columns is greater than the available printable pixels in an Image Box. See C.13.5. Enumerated Values when the printer does not support Requested Decimate/Crop Behavior (2020,0040): DECIMATE = image will be decimated to fit. CROP = image will be cropped to fit. FAIL = N-SET of the Image Box will fail Enumerated Values when the printer supports Requested Decimate/Crop Behavior (2020,0040): DEF DECIMATE = image will be decimated to fit. DEF CROP = image will be cropped to fit DEF FAIL = N-SET of the Image Box will fail This value indicates the printer default if the SCU does not create or set Requested Decimate/Crop Behavior for the Image Box.