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SERVICE NOTES

Condential

TERMS OF USE
Users of this Service Note shall be deemed to agree with the following Terms of Use. 1. USERS
This Service Note is only for authorized persons with user ID and password issued by Roland DG Corporation.

2. PURPOSE
Authorized persons can use this Service Note only for the purposes of selling and providing to the customers maintenance service of XJ-740/640/540.

3. REUSE
Authorized persons shall not disclose, transfer, rent or distribute this Service Note to, or allow this Service Note to be used in any manner by, any third party other than authorized persons.

4. REPRODUCTION
Authorized persons shall not copy, change or alter this Service Note without permission of Roland DG Corporation.

5. EFFECT OF VIOLATION
Regardless of circumstances, we will vigorously respond to any violation hereof, through legal action.

Copyright 2010 ROLAND DG CORPORATION

70073-09

Contents
1 Structure & Spare Parts
1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10 1-11 1-12 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 3-10 3-11 3-12 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 4-9 4-10 4-11 4-12 5-2 5-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9 6-10 6-11 6-12 6-13 6-14 7-1 7-2 7-3 COVERS ............................................................................................................................................................. 1-1 FRAME .............................................................................................................................................................. 1-3 HEAD CARRIAGE ............................................................................................................................................... 1-5 DRIVE UNIT ....................................................................................................................................................... 1-7 CHASSIS ............................................................................................................................................................ 1-9 PINCH ROLLER ................................................................................................................................................1-11 WIPE SYSTEM .................................................................................................................................................. 1-12 CAP SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................................... 1-13 INK SYSTEM .................................................................................................................................................... 1-14 STAND ............................................................................................................................................................. 1-15 TU CONTROLLER ............................................................................................................................................ 1-17 ACCESSORIES .................................................................................................................................................. 1-18 WIRING MAP ...................................................................................................................................................... 2-1 MAIN BOARD ..................................................................................................................................................... 2-3 HEAD BOARD .................................................................................................................................................. 2-14 SERVO BOARD ............................................................................................................................................... 2-25 HEATER BOARD............................................................................................................................................... 2-31 INK SYSTEM BOARD ...................................................................................................................................... 2-34 SUB BOARD ..................................................................................................................................................... 2-36 TAKEUP BOARD .............................................................................................................................................. 2-41 MAINTENANCE PARTS LIST .......................................................................................................................... 2-43 HEAD REPLACEMENT ...................................................................................................................................... 3-4 WIPER REPLACEMENT .................................................................................................................................. 3-10 CAP TOP REPLACEMENT .............................................................................................................................. 3-12 CARRIAGE MOTOR REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................. 3-17 PUMP REPLACEMENT ................................................................................................................................... 3-23 INK TUBE REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................................. 3-28 BOARDS REPLACEMENT (HEAD / SERVO / MAIN / SW POWER SUPPLY) ................................................ 3-33 BATTERY REPLACEMENT .............................................................................................................................. 3-48 CARRIAGE BELT REPLACEMENT ................................................................................................................. 3-51 ENCODER SCALE REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................... 3-56 PINCH ROLLER REPLACEMENT ................................................................................................................... 3-58 TAKE-UP BOARD REPLACEMENT ................................................................................................................. 3-59 SERVICE MODE ................................................................................................................................................ 4-1 HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE/INSTALL FIRMWARE ................................................................................. 4-16 HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE OF THE NETWORK CONTROLLER .......................................................... 4-23 HEAD ALIGNMENT ........................................................................................................................................... 4-25 LIMIT POSITION & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE ................................................................................. 4-36 PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................... 4-38 LINEAR ENCODER SETUP ............................................................................................................................. 4-40 CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................................... 4-42 CALIBRATION .................................................................................................................................................. 4-44 BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT ....................................................................................................................... 4-46 BELT POSITION ADJUSTMENT ...................................................................................................................... 4-49 TAKE-UP UNIT OPERATION CHECK .............................................................................................................. 4-56 SPECIAL TOOLS................................................................................................................................................. 5-1 SENSOR MAP ..................................................................................................................................................... 5-2 WHITE FINE LINE / BANDING / MISSING DOT / SCRATCHY PRINTING / BLURRED PRINTING ................. 6-1 PARTICULAR COLOR IS NOT PRINTED AT ALL .............................................................................................. 6-2 SHIFTING IN PRINTING / COLOR SHIFTING.................................................................................................... 6-3 INK DROPS ON THE MEDIA .............................................................................................................................. 6-3 VERTICAL BANDING .......................................................................................................................................... 6-3 MISSING DOT OR DEFLECTED-FIRED DOT APPEARS WHEN PERFORMING PRINTING AFTER LEAVING THE MACHINE UNUSED FOR A LONG TIME................................................................................. 6-4 MEDIA SKEW ...................................................................................................................................................... 6-4 MOTOR ERROR ................................................................................................................................................. 6-5 HEATER / DRYER TEMPERATURE DOES NOT GO UP ................................................................................... 6-6 THE BLOWER FAN DOES NOT OPERATE ....................................................................................................... 6-6 THE TAKE-UP UNIT DOES NOT OPERATE ...................................................................................................... 6-6 PROBLEM IN NETWORK (RIP DOES NOT RECOGNIZE THE PRINTER) ....................................................... 6-6 ERROR MESSAGE ............................................................................................................................................. 6-7 SERVICE CALL ................................................................................................................................................... 6-7 INSTALLATION CHECK LIST ............................................................................................................................. 7-1 MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST .......................................................................................................................... 7-12 SPECIFICATION ............................................................................................................................................... 7-13

2 Electrical Section

3 Replacement of Main Parts

4 Adjustment

5 Supplemental Information

6 Troubleshooting

7 Service Activities

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Revision Record
Revision No. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Date 2007.12.13 2008.4.11 2008.5.8 2008.7.29 2008.10.9 2008.11.10 2009.1.30 2009.2.9 Description of Changes First Edition 1-1 COVER, 1-7 WIPE SYSTEM : Parts have been revised. 1-3 HEAD CARRIAGE : Parts have been revised. 1-7 WIPER SYSTEM, 4-4 HEAD ALIGNMENT has been revised. 1-1 COVER, 1-5 CHASSIS : Parts have been revised. 6-14 SERVICE CALL has been revised. 2-9 MAINTENANCE PARTS LIST : Parts have been revised. 4-1 : SERVICE MODE have been revised. 3-8 : BOARDS REPLACEMENT has been revised. 1-8:CAP SYSTEM, 1-12: ACCESSORIES parts have been revised. 2-1:WIRING MAP has been revised. 5-2 : SENSOR MAP has been revised. Approval Kato Kato Kato Kato Kato Kato Kato Kato Issued Sato Mabuchi Mabuchi Misako Misako Misako Misako Mabuchi

2009.10.8

Kato

Misako

2010.9.13

1-2:FRAME parts have been revised.

Kato

Misako

To Ensure Safe Work


About and Notices.
Used for instructions intended to alert the operator to the risk of death or severe injury should the unit be used improperly.

Used for instructions intended to alert the operator to the risk of injury or material damage should the unit be used improperly. * material damage refers to damage or other adverse effects caused with respect to the home and all its furnishings, as well to domestic animals or pets.

About the Symbols


The symbol alerts the user to important instructions or warnings. The specic meaning of the symbol is determined by the design contained within the triangle. The symbol at left means danger of electrocution. The symbol alerts the user to items that must never be carried out (are forbidden). The specic thing that must not be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. The symbol at left means not to touch. The symbol alerts the user to things that must be carried out. The specic thing that must be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. The symbol at left means the power-cord plug must be unplugged from the outlet.

In addition to the

and

symbols, the symbols shown below are also used.

: Tips and advise before the adjustment.

Turn off the primary power SW before servicing.

Do not recharge, short-circuit, disassemble the lithium battery, nor put it into re. It may cause heat, explosion and re. Put tape around the lithium battery for insulation for disposal or preservation. It may cause heat, explosion and re.

About the Labels Afxed to the Unit


These labels are afxed to the body of this product. The following gure describes the location.

Electric charge. Do not touch when power is on.


HIGH VOLTAGE, HANDLING ATTENTION
Do not touch during power on Electric shock, Compornents damage Do not repair. Replace power unit. Do not replace fuse. Can not be recovered.

The wiring terminal untended for connection of the protective earthing conductor associated with the supply wiring. Do not disconnect the cable of this terminal except the time of replacement.

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PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. Parts Name


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1000003584 APRON,F UNDER XJ-740 1 1000003675 APRON,F UNDER XJ-640 1000001517 APRON,F UNDER XC-540 1000004061 APRON,FRONT XJ-740 2 1000004063 APRON,FRONT XJ-640 1000002465 APRON,FRONT XC-540 1000003583 ASSY,APRON F HEATER XJ-740 3 1000003674 ASSY,APRON F HEATER XJ-640 1000001616 ASSY,APRON F HEATER XC-540 1000003586 ASSY,COVER F XJ-740 4 1000003677 ASSY,COVER F XJ-640 1000003667 ASSY,COVER F XJ-540 5 Revised 1 W700311450 ASSY,EXT JUNCTION BOARD XC-540 6700311300 ASSY,EXT JUNCTION BOARD 2 XC-540

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34 1000001029 KEY TOP,D14 DG AJ-1000 35 1000000111 KEY TOP,D14 WH AJ-1000 36 1000004067 LABEL,CAUTION XJ#LA1025 37 1000000953 LABEL,EMBLEM LOGO ROLAND 38 1000003489 LABEL,MARK ECO#LA1014 39 1000001625 LABEL,SET INK XC-540#LA923 40 1000002468 PLATE,APRON F BACK XC-540 1000004069 PLATE,COVER FRONT LEFT XJ-740 41 1000004072 PLATE,COVER FRONT LEFT XJ-640 1000004074 PLATE,COVER FRONT LEFT XJ-540 1000004066 PLATE,COVER FRONT REAR XJ-740 42 1000004071 PLATE,COVER FRONT REAR XJ-640 1000002472 PLATE,COVER FRONT XC-540 43 1000004068 PLATE,COVER FRONT RIGHT XJ-740 44 1000001565 PLATE,COVER PANEL XC-540 1000004062 PLATE,HEATER COVER XJ-740 45 1000004064 PLATE,HEATER COVER XJ-640 1000002469 PLATE,HEATER COVER XC-540 46 1000002471 SHAFT,COVER FRONT XC-540 47 1000003640 SHEET,PANEL XJ-740 48 1000001599 STAY,EXT JB XC-540 49 1000002473 SUPPORT,COVER FRONT XC-540 50 1000001504 SUPPORT,COVER I/S L XC-540 51 1000004077 THERMISTOR 103AT2 L700 XJ-740 1000002467 THERMISTOR 103AT2 L430 LABEL,CAUTION COVER #LA265

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6 W700311411 ASSY,HEATER CONTROL BOARD XC-540 7 W700731370 ASSY,PANEL BOARD XJ-740 8 W700311430 ASSY,THERMISTOR JUNC BOARD XC-540 9 1000002044
CABLE-ASSY,117V SELECTOR XC-540 (for 117V)

1000002043 CABLE-ASSY,230V SELECTOR XC-540 (for 230V)

10 1000001680 CABLE-ASSY,HEATER CONTROL XC-540 11 1000001678 CABLE-ASSY,OP.DRYER CONTROL XC-540 12 1000001679 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-BLOWER XC-540 13 1000001708 CABLE-ASSY,THERM JUNCTION XC-540 14 1000001472 COVER,440CC I/C XC-540 15 1000003594 COVER,BACK XJ-740 1000001505 COVER,BACK XC-540 1000004065 COVER,FRONT XJ-740 16 1000004070 COVER,FRONT XJ-640 1000004073 COVER,FRONT XJ-540 17 1000001539 COVER,I/C PCM XC-540 18 1000001503 COVER,I/S L XC-540 19 1000001502 COVER,I/S R XC-540 20 1000001501 COVER,L SUS XC-540 21 1000001500 COVER,PANEL SUS XC-540 22 1000003593 COVER,RAIL F SUS L XJ-740 1000003592 COVER,RAIL F SUS R XJ-740 23 1000003678 COVER,RAIL F SUS XJ-640 1000001499 COVER,RAIL F SUS XC-540 1000003585 COVER,RAIL XJ-740 24 1000003676 COVER,RAIL XJ-640 1000003666 COVER,RAIL XJ-540 25 W700310000 COVER,SIDE L XC-540 26 W700310001 COVER,SIDE R XC-540 27 1000001496 COVER,TOP F SUS XC-540 28 1000001497 COVER,TOP R XC-540 29 12239406 CUSHION,TM-96-6 1000004076 DRYER,HEATER XJ-740 30 1000004079 DRYER,HEATER XJ-640 1000002466 DRYER,HEATER XC-540 31 1000001600 ESCUTCHEON,XC-540 32 12559105 FUSE,5X20 021706.3MXP 6.3A/250V 33 1000002474 HOOK,INTERLOCK SW XC-540

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LABEL,USE ECO-SOL MAX#LA924 Revised 1 * * *

54 1000004160 LABEL, REFLECTION XC-540#LA1041 55 1000005233 STOPPER,ACRYLIC PLATE LEC-300 * Revised 1 Refer to the Service Information : XJ740-003

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. S1 31029101 Parts Name BUSH,NB-19

S2 31329501AS CLAMP SET,PUSH MOUNT RT30SSF5 20P S3 31289111AS CUPSCREW SET, M4*6 NI 100 PCS. S4 31289111AS CUPSCREW SET, M4*6 NI 100 PCS. S5 31289109AS CUPSCREW SET,M3*4 NI 100 PCS. S6 31289102AS CUPSCREW SET,M3*6 NI 50 PCS. S7 31279191 S8 31149601 S10 31019703 S11 31139104 LABEL,WARNING FUSE REPLACE #347 RING SET,PUSH-ON CS CSTW-3 100 PCS SCREW,BINDING P-TIGHT M3*8 3C 100P SCREW,PLAPOINT M4*6 BK FE

S9 31409811AS SADDLE SET,LOCKING WIRE LWS-1211Z 20P

S12 31049169AS SCREW SET,CAP M4*8 3CBC+PW 20PCS

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PARTS LIST -Main PartsXJ-740 XJ-640 XJ-540

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1000003606 1000003687 1000007155 1000003663 15099115 1000001479 1000003597 1000003689 1000003662 1000003627 1000003691 1000003665 1000003638 1000003693 21475141 1000001567 21625103 1000001516 1000001515 22175122 1000001576 1000002064 1000001493 1000003639 1000001541 22135441 1000003612 Parts Name RAIL,LINEAR SCALE XJ-740 RAIL,LINEAR SCALE XJ-640 Revised 9 RAIL,LINEAR SCALE XJ-640_01 RAIL,LINEAR SCALE XJ-540 SENSOR-INTERRUPTER GP2A25NJ SHAFT,IDLE PULLEY XC-540 SHAFT,SQUARE XJ-740 SHAFT,SQUARE XJ-640 SHAFT,SQUARE XJ-540 SHEET,LINEAR SCALE XJ-740 SHEET,LINEAR SCALE XJ-640 SHEET,LINEAR SCALE XJ-540 SHEET,RAIL CABLE XJ-740 SHEET,RAIL CABLE XJ-640 SHEET,RAIL CABLE FJ-540 SHUTTER,BED XC-540 SHUTTER,HEATER CORD SP-300 SPACER,BED LOWER XC-540 SPACER,BED UPPER XC-540 SPRING,BACK UP PNC-960 SPRING,PRE HEATER XC-540 STAY,P-SENSOR B XC-540 STAY,P-SENSOR XC-540 STAY,TUBE XJ-740 STAY,TUBE XC-540 STOPPER,LINEAR SCALE FJ-540 STOPPER,SHAFT SQUARE XJ-740 TAPE,REFLECTION FNS 50 8*10M (Cut when using. XJ-740 : L=1955mm, XJ-640 : L=1734mm XJ-540 : L=1480mm
XJ-740 XJ-640 XJ-540

Parts No. 1 11909133 2 11909167 3 1000001589 1000003580 4 1000003671 1000001521 1000003581 5 1000003672 1000003659 6 W7007313B0 6700730160 7 6700720110 6700710090 8 6700319030 10 1000003600 11 1000003657 1000003599 12 1000003688 1000001902 13 12159573 14 12529104 15 1000001068 1000003703 16 1000003699 1000001685 17 1000003707 18 1000001692 19 11769118 20 1000003636 21 1000003637 1000003603 22 1000003685 1000001425 23 1000000764 24 1000000387 25 1000001566 26 1000001555 27 21655131 28 11659149 29 11659249 21895154 30 21895161 21895153 31 1000003598 32 1000003787 1000003609 33 1000001560 34 22055316 1000003582 35 1000003673 1000001492 36 1000001568 37 21565105 1000003596 38 1000003686 1000003661 1000003595 39 1000003684 1000003660

Parts Name ADAPTER,SCREW 2FAI FJ-50 ADAPTER,SCREW 3FAI FJ-540 ADAPTER,TUBE 2-3FAI XC-540 APRON,B XJ-740 APRON,B XJ-640 APRON,B XC-540 ASSY,BED HEATER XJ-740 ASSY,BED HEATER XJ-640 ASSY,BED HEATER XJ-540 ASSY,FAN JUNCTION BOARD XJ-740 ASSY,GRIT SHAFT XJ-740 ASSY,GRIT SHAFT XJ-640 ASSY,GRIT SHAFT XJ-540 ASSY,PULLEY XC-540 BASE,IDLE PULLEY XJ-740 BASE,SHAFT SQUARE XJ-740 BELT,150S2M2974LW-C BELT,150S2M2754LW-C BELT,150S2M2500LW-C BUSH,80F-0603 BUSH,80F-1410 BUSH,80F-1610 CABLE-ASSY,FAN JUNCTION XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,FAN JUNCTION XJ-640 CABLE-ASSY,FAN JUNCTION XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,HEATER XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,PAPER-SENS XC-540 CLAMP,FCM2-S6-14 COVER,RAIL UNDER L XJ-740 COVER,RAIL UNDER R XJ-740 COVER,TKP0180-2B R100-096 COVER,TKP0180-2B R100-090 COVER,TKP0180-2B R100-084 FAN,A35577-55ROL GUIDE,CABLE POM AJ-1000 GUIDE,TUBE XC-540 HOLDER,IDLE PULLEY XC-540 HOLDER,LINEAR SCALE CJ-70 HOLDER,RING O 2FAI FJ-50 HOLDER,RING O 3FAI FJ-540 L-BEARING SSR15XW2UE+2740LY L-BEARING,SSR15XW2GE+2560LY L-BEARING SSR15XW2UE+2320LY LEVER,SHAFT XJ-740 PLATE,FLEX COVER XJ-740 PLATE,GUIDE CABLEVEYOR XJ-740 PLATE,GUIDE CABLE VEYOR XC-540 PLATE,LINEAR SCALE CJ-70 PLATE,SHUTTER BED XJ-740 PLATE,SHUTTER BED XJ-640 PLATE,SHUTTER BED XC-540 PLATE,TUBE GUIDE XC-540 P-ROLLER FD8S3(B15L30) RAIL,CABLE XJ-740 RAIL,CABLE XJ-640 RAIL,CABLE XJ-540 RAIL,GUIDE XJ-740 RAIL,GUIDE XJ-640 RAIL,GUIDE XJ-540

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PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsS1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 S9 S10 S11 S12 S13 S14 S15 S16 S17 S18 S19 S20 S21 S22 S23 S24 S25 Parts No. 31029101 31379101 31289111AS 31289112AS 31289109AS 31289102AS 31279106 31129102 31149704AS 31299102AS 31409702 31409811AS 31019124 31049155AS 31049142AS 31049170AS 31049174AS 31049169AS 31239103AS 31019703 31179106 31329601AS 31069104 31119904 31199704AS Parts Name BUSH,NB-19 CLAMP,FLAT CABLE FCS-50P CUPSCREW SET, M4*6 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*10 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*4 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*6 NI 50 PCS. LABEL,CAUTION HOT SURF NO.778 PIPE SET,POLYCA 4*8*10 20PCS RING SET,E-RING ETW-6 SUS 100 PCS RIVET SET,NYLON P2655B 20 PCS. SADDLE SET,LOCKING WIRE LES-1010 20P SADDLE SET,LOCKING WIRE LWS-1211Z 20P SCREW SET,BINDING M3*35 NI 50 PCS SCREW SET,CAP M3*12 BC+PW 20 PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M3*6 NI MEC 20 PCS SCREW SET,CAP M3*8 NI 50 PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M4*15 NI 20 PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M4*8 3CBC+PW 20PCS SCREW SET,W-SEMS M3*8 NI+PW 50 PCS SCREW,BINDING P-TIGHT M3*8 3C 100P SCREW,JACK UP SP-540V CLAMP SET,INSULOK T-18S 100 PCS. SCREW,CAP M4*6+FL NI PIN,SPRING 2.5*8 SUS STRAIGHT 50 PCS SCREW SET,SET WP M3*8 NI 20 PCS

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PARTS LIST -Main PartsXJ-740 XJ-640 XJ-540

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Parts Name ADAPTER,BASE CARRIAGE XC-540 ADAPTER,CARRIAGE L XJ-740 ADAPTER,CARRIAGE R XC-540 ADAPTER,HEAD FJ-540 ADAPTER,SCREW 3FAI FJ-540 ADAPTER,STAY HOLDER XC-540 ASSY,CLAMP BLADE CM-500 ASSY,HOLDER BLADE CM-500 ASSY,INK DAMPER L 3FAI 4 SJ-1000

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Parts Name SCREW,BLADE SET CM-500 SHAFT,HEXAGON CARRIAGE FJ-540 SLIDER,CARRIAGE FJ-540 SPACER,UD LEVER FJ-540 SPRING,BLADE UP CM-500 SPRING,CARRIAGE SIDE FJ-50 SPRING,HEAD ADJUST 500 FJ-540 SPRING,HEAD PRESS 500 FJ-540 SPRING,SCREW CM-500 STAY,HOLDER BELT XJ-740 STAY,HOLDER CARRIAGE XC-540 STAY,SENSOR CARRIAGE XC-540 SUPPORT,DAMPER XC-540 HOLDER,CABLE SJ-740 HOLDER,CABLE FJ-540

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SPRING,PULL CARRIAGE 3500 FJ-540 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

W700731380 ASSY,LINEAR ENCODER BOARD XJ-740

W700311380 ASSY,LINEAR ENCODER BOARD XC-540 Revised 2 * * * ASSY,PLATE CAM SLIDE FJ-500 ASSY,TUBING 3*2560MM XJ-740 ASSY,TUBING 3*2350MM XJ-640 ASSY,TUBING 3*2170MM XC-540 BASE,CARRIAGE AL XC-540 BASE,CUTTER CM-500 BASE,HOLDER CARRIAGE XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,HEAD U/D SENS XC-540 CABLE-CARD,36P1 3300L BB HIGH-V CABLE-CARD,36P1 3070L BB HIGH-V CABLE-CARD 36P1 2940L BB CAM,CARRIAGE FJ-540 CARD CABLE,21P1 385L BB HIGH-V CLAMP,FCM2-S6-14 COVER,BELT HOLDER EGX-600 COVER,CARRIAGE BOARD XC-540 COVER,CARRIAGE XC-540 COVER,HEAD BOARD XC-540 FILTER(E) FRC-45-12-6.5 FRAME,CARRIAGE BASE XJ-740 FRAME,CARRIAGE U/D XJ-740 FRAME,CUTTER FJ-500 GUIDE,CABLE FJ-500 GUIDE,CARRIAGE CAP FJ-540 GUIDE,HEAD AL FJ-540 GUIDE,TUBE XC-540 ASSY,HEAD INKJET SOL XC-540 HOLDER,BELT EGX-600 HOLDER,CUTTER XJ-740 HOLDER,PAPER SENSOR XJ-740 HOLDER,RING O 3FAI FJ-540 LEVER,CARRIAGE XC-540 PHOTO INTERRUPTER GP1A71A1 PLATE,DAMPER XC-540 PLATE,ENC SENS FJ-540 PLATE,GND FJ-540 PLATE,HOLD FILTER W11 CX-500 PLATE,SLIDER CARRIAGE FJ-540

11 W7007313D0 ASSY,PAPERSIDE SENS BOARD XJ-740 12 22805396 1000003811 14 1000003810 1000002061 15 1000001448 16 22355656 17 1000003618 18 1000001700 1000003783 19 1000003784 23475198 20 21775103 21 23475232 22 11769118 23 22025646 24 1000001520 25 1000002258 26 1000001529 27 12399352 28 1000003619 29 1000003620 30 22115798 31 22135602 32 22135618 33 22135440 34 1000001566 35 1000002201 36 21655232 37 1000003622 38 1000003623 39 11659249 40 1000001465 41 15229705 42 1000001454 43 22055557 44 22055547 45 22055486 46 22055548 13 W700731310 ASSY,PRINT CARRIAGE BOARD XJ-740

* Revised 2 : Both parts can be used.

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. S1 31289109AS S2 31029801AS S3 31029803AS S4 31289102AS S5 31149703AS S6 31299102AS S7 31409801AS S8 31679902AS S9 31019148AS S10 31019118AS S11 31019116AS S12 31049142AS S13 31049169AS S14 31169103AS S15 31089121AS S16 31089110AS S17 31229103AS S18 31179908AS S19 31799103 S20 31199905AS S21 3000000032 Parts Name CUPSCREW SET,M3*4 NI 100 PCS. BUSH SET,ROLL 2*4 3C100PCS BUSH SET,ROLL 3*5 3C 20PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*6 NI 50 PCS. RING SET,E-RING ETW-4 100 PCS. RIVET SET,NYLON P2655B 20 PCS. SADDLE,LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z 20P SCREW SET C-SEMS M2*8 NI 100 PCS SCREW SET,BINDING M2.6*4 NI 100 PCS SCREW SET,BINDING M3*10 3CBC 100PCS SCREW SET,BINDING M3*6 3CBC 100 PCS SCREW SET,CAP M3*6 NI MEC 20 PCS SCREW SET,CAP M4*8 3CBC+PW 20PCS SCREW SET,FLAT M3*6 3CBC 100 PCS SCREW SET,PAN M2.3*8 NI+PW 100PCS SCREW SET,PAN M3*4 NI+PW 100 PCS SCREW SET,TRUSS M2*6 NI 100 PCS SCREW SET,UREA M3*20 N-1 WH 50PCS SCREW SET,CAP M3*15 NI 20PCS SCRW SET,SET CONE M3*16 NI 20 PCS SPACER,WPCS-19S-4.0

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S21

S21 S2 34 11 S19 S2 S2 63 31 1 18 30 62 S2 S2 S2 S2 S2 36 S23 S16 14 S17 53 49 21 S21 S1 S2 37 S9 S21 60 S10 S9 S10 S10 S10 S10 S10 S20 S3 S10 S3 S4 S10 S24 S10 S21 S3 15 5 57 S10 58 S15 S15 49 21 6 50 S8 13 S21 S1 S21 S16 35 S6 S16 9 S18 S19 S2 45 12 2 S22 19 23 S6 S16 9 S18 44 S2 25 S19 48 25 S19 S21 40 S7 61 S15 S2 S9 43

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PARTS LIST -Main PartsXJ-740 XJ-640 XJ-540

Parts No. 1 6700739010 2 11879108 3 1000003656

Parts Name ASSY,FEED MOTOR XJ-740 ABSORBER TK-3225 ADAPTER,AUTOCUT JOINT XJ-740

Parts No. 45 1000001536 46 12399102 47 1000003655 1000001551 48 1000003602 49 15229506 50 1000001480 51 22175157 52 22175521

Parts Name LEVER,CAM PINCH XC-540 MAGNET CATCHER TL-105 PLATE,AUTOCUT JOINT XJ-740 PLATE,AUTOCUT JOINT XC-540 PLATE,LEVER LINK XJ-740 SENSOR INTERRUPTER,GP1A05A5 SHAFT,DRIVE PULLEY XC-540 SPRING,C P-ROLLER CM-500 SPRING,PINCH ROLLER 930 FJ-540 STAND,LEVER FJ-500 STAY,D-SUB CONNECTOR XC-540 STAY,FA-CODER SP-540V STAY,FRAME SCAN MOTOR XC-540 STAY,MOTOSENS XC-540 STAY,ORIGIN SENS XJ-740 STAY,RAIL GUIDE L XC-540 STAY,RAIL GUIDE R XJ-740 STAY,SHAFT PULLEY XC-540 SUPPORT,FRAME L XJ-740 SUPPORT,FRAME L SHORT XJ-540 SUPPORT,FRAME R XJ-740

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

4 W700731390 ASSY,GRIT ENCODER BOARD XJ-740 6 6700319030 7 6700049030 1000003579 8 1000003670 1000001426 9 22355807 10 1000001513 11 22175870 12 12159573 13 12159563 14 23415266 15 1000001689 16 1000001698 17 1000001712 1000003705 18 1000003701 1000001687 1000003704 19 1000003700 1000001686 20 1000001702 21 1000001690 22 1000003930 1000003706 23 1000003702 1000001699 24 1000001706 25 21745109 26 1000001553 27 1000001552 28 1000001526 29 12239406 30 12399353 31 21995124 32 1000001559 33 1000003601 34 1000001431 35 1000003608 36 1000003607 37 1000003605 38 1000001430 39 1000001429 40 21685149 41 21685119 42 25095120 43 1000001444 44 1000001601 ASSY,PULLEY XC-540 ASSY,SCAN MOTOR SJ-1045EX BASE,BOTTOM XJ-740 BASE,BOTTOM XJ-640 BASE,BOTTOM XC-540 BASE,RAIL FJ-540 BASE,SCAN MOTOR XC-540 BEARING 10-19ZZ BUSH,80F-0603 BUSH,80F-1006 CABLE-ASSY ESD SJ-1000 CABLE-ASSY,3-COVER SW XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,F-COVER SW XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,FD IF INT XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,FEED-M XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,FEED-M XJ-640 CABLE-ASSY,FEED-M XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,G-ENCODER XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,G-ENCODER XJ-640 CABLE-ASSY,G-ENCODER XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,M-COVER SW XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,PINCH-ORG XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,SCAN-M XC-540_01 CABLE-ASSY,SW JUNCTION XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,SW JUNCTION XJ-640 CABLE-ASSY,SW JUNCTION XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,TU IF INT XC-540 COLLAR,LEVER FJ-540 COVER,FEED MOTOR XC-540 COVER,I/S SW XC-540 COVER,INT SW XC-540 CUSHION,TM-96-6 FILTER(E) TFT-081813N F-540 FLANGE,MOTOR FEED FJ-540 FLANGE,MOTOR SCAN XC-540 FRAME,DRIVE PULLEY XJ-740 FRAME,FEED MOTOR XC-540 FRAME,MIDDLE L XJ-740 FRAME,MIDDLE R XJ-740 FRAME,SCAN MOTOR XJ-740 FRAME,SIDE L XC-540 FRAME,SIDE R XC-540 GEAR,H235S20(B8)T2 GEAR,S300S10 FJ-540 GRIT ENCODER TS5217N561 FJ-540 HOUSING,R-BEARING FRAME XC-540 KNOB,XC-540

5 W7007313A0 ASSY,MOTSENS JUNCTION BOARD XJ-740 * * *

53 22035161 54 1000001598 55 22715466 56 1000001557 57 1000001562 58 1000003611 59 1000001564 60 1000003604 61 1000001569 62 1000003643 1000003669

63 1000003642

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. S1 31029101 S2 31289111AS S3 31289109AS S4 31289102AS S5 31279106 S6 31119904 S7 31149704AS S8 31149705 S9 31409702 S10 31409811AS S11 31019149 S13 31049171AS S14 31049170AS S15 31049173AS S16 31049174AS S17 31049175AS S18 31049137AS S19 31049169AS S20 31049157 S21 31069104 S22 31799110AS S23 31139104 S24 31379111 S25 31109601 S27 31019115AS Parts Name BUSH,NB-19 CUPSCREW SET, M4*6 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*4 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*6 NI 50 PCS. LABEL,CAUTION HOT SURF NO.778 PIN,SPRING 2.5*8 SUS STRAIGHT 50 PCS RING SET,E-RING ETW-6 SUS 100 PCS RING SET,E-RING ETW-7 SUS 50PCS SADDLE SET,LOCKING WIRE LES-1010 20P SADDLE SET,LOCKING WIRE LWS-1211Z 20P SCREW SET,BINDING M2.3*8 3CBC 100PCS SCREW SET,CAP M3*12 NI 50 PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M3*8 NI 50 PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M4*10 NI 50 PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M4*15 NI 20 PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M4*20 NI 20 PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M4*25 3CBC 20 PCS SCREW SET,CAP M4*8 3CBC+PW 20PCS SCREW,CAP M6*20 3CBC+PW+SW SCREW,CAP M4*6+FL NI SCREW SET,CAP M5*20 NI 20PCS. SCREW,PLAPOINT M4*6 BK FE CLAMP,CABLE CKS-13-H NUT SET,SQUARE M3*6*1.6 FE NI 100PCS SCREW SET,BINDING M3*4 3CBC 100 PCS

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29

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S9 38 S9 19 S8 S8 39 4 9 S7 S8 25 14 32 12 6 S19 30 S16 S6 S10 S8 S11 36 15 S3 11 S7 32 1 16 S3 S17 S8 8 S2 28 17 S18 S13 S8 S15 S6 S8 41 S8 S6 45 37 34 43 S19 S15 5 S8 2 S15 S12 13 26 35 22 S8 10 S7 27 31 7 S8 S9 40 S5

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23

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33

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PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 13429701 2 W700311440 3 W700731360 4 6700731100 5 W700311421 6 6700739040 6700909030 7 6700731000 8 W700731340 9 15009101 10 23475196 11 1000000574 12 1000001688 13 1000001681 14 1000004054 15 1000001670 16 1000001668 17 1000001669 18 1000001674 19 1000001673 20 1000001672 21 1000001675 22 1000001677 23 1000001676 24 1000001704 25 1000001682 26 1000001900 27 1000001898 28 1000003968 29 1000003969 30 1000000012 31 12399351 32 12399353 33 1000003820 34 1000001748 35 12399331 36 22535117 37 1000002107 38 1000001620 39 1000000538 40 1000000097 41 13129171 42 1000001549 43 22715327 44 1000001605 45 1000002682 Parts Name AC INLET SUP-J15G-E ASSY,AC JUNCTION BOARD XC-540 ASSY,DC JUNCTION BOARD XJ-740 ASSY,HEAD BOARD XJ-740 ASSY,HEATER BOARD XC-540 ASSY,MAIN BOARD XJ-740 ASSY,MAIN BOARD LEC-300 ASSY,SERVO BOARD XJ-740 ASSY,TU JUNCTION BOARD XJ-740 BATTERY CR2032 CABLE CARD 24P1 850L BB FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY GND AJ-1000 CABLE-ASSY,HEAD FAN XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,HEATER SERIAL XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-AC-DC XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-AC-JUNCTION XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-AC-L XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-AC-N XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-DC-A XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-DC-B XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-DRYER XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-HEAD XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-HEATER XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-SERVO XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-TU XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,TU CONTROL XC-540 CABLE-CARD,25P1 250L BB HIGH-V CABLE-CARD,26P1 880L BB HIGH-V CHASSIS,XC-540_01 COVER,CHASSIS XC-540_01 FAN,109R0624H459 FILTER(E) FRC-40-12-6.5 FJ-540 FILTER(E) TFT-081813N F-540 FILTER(E),CHASSIS SHIELD XJ-740 FILTER(E),EFC-40-S FILTER(E),FPC-31-12 LABEL,POWER CM-500 NO.893 LABEL,READ MANUAL XC-540#LA955 LABEL,USE ECO-SOL MAX#LA924 POWER UNIT,ZWD225PAF-0524/J POWER UNIT,ZWS240PAF-36/J POWER-SW AJ8201B STAY,BOARD XC-540 STAY,CHASSIS FAN FJ-540 STAY,COVER CHASSIS XC-540 LABEL,LAN VP-540#LA964 * Revised 4 Refer to the Service Information : XJ740-006 Revised 4

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. S1 31029101 S2 31029106 S3 31329601AS S4 31329501AS S5 31379111 S6 3000000033 S7 31289111AS S8 31289109AS S9 31289102AS S10 22535257 S11 31279116 S12 31279121 S13 31409702 S14 31409801AS S15 31409811AS S16 31019124 S17 31019161 S18 31169103AS S19 31209118 Parts Name BUSH,NB-19 BUSH,SQUARE SB-6025 CLAMP SET,INSULOK T-18S 100 PCS. CLAMP SET,PUSH MOUNT RT30SSF5 20P CLAMP,CABLE CKS-13-H CLAMP,WIRE PLESS RFC-45VO CUPSCREW SET, M4*6 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*4 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*6 NI 50 PCS. LABEL,CAUTION VOLTAGE #LA167 LABEL,EARTH MARK-1 NO.E-580 LABEL,FLASH-LIGHTING NO.E-582 SADDLE SET,LOCKING WIRE LES-1010 20P SADDLE,LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z 20P SADDLE SET,LOCKING WIRE LWS-1211Z 20P SCREW SET,BINDING M3*35 NI 50 PCS SCREW SET,BINDING M4*8 NI ETW 20PCS SCREW SET,FLAT M3*6 3CBC 100 PCS SPACER SET,WPCS-12S-4.0 20PCS

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1-6 PINCHROLLER

S1

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 21775105 2 1000003610 3 1000003615 4 1000003652 5 1000003616 6 1000000900 7 22715260 Parts Name CAM,PINCH ROLLER SHAFT SJ-1000 FRAME,PINCH XJ-740 LEVER,PINCH XJ-740 PLATE,LEVER PINCH XJ-740 P-ROLLER,FD8S3(B15B15L60) SPRING,PINCH 2000 AJ-1000 STAY,PINCH SPRING 2 FJ-500

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. S1 31119108 Parts Name PIN,PARALLEL 3*30 SUS H7

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1-7 WIPE SYSTEM


5 4 34

S1 33 8 9 S7 21 29 S1 S1 18 20 S1 S1 25 3 16 19 S1 30 3 7

S1

15

S1

S6 S1 26 S1

32 S1 S1 12 13 S1 S1

6 S1 S1 31 24 S9 28 2 10

27 39 S5 S1

11 S4 S2 37 17 35 40 38 41 S2 36 S8 14 1

S9 10 S9 23

22

S3

S2

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 1000001487 2 11929138 3 12159536 4 1000001595 5 1000001609 6 1000001606 7 1000001491 8 22275122 9 1000000415 10 21995104 11 1000001481 12 1000001482 13 1000001483 14 21685144 15 1000001488 16 21655245 17 22435106 18 1000001508 19 21545159 20 1000001510 21 22055537 22 21975124 23 21975123 24 1000001485 25 1000001490 26 1000001486 Parts Name BASE,WIPER MOTOR XC-540 BELT,408P2M4-530 BUSH,B-S6-17 COVER,SCRAPER XC-540 COVER,SERGE MIST XC-540 COVER,WIPE R XC-540 COVER,WIPE XC-540 FILTER(M),INNER SERGEMIST SJ-540 FILTER(M),SERGE MIST 3 SJ-540 FLANGE,PULLEY STX-7 FRAME,FLUSH F XC-540 FRAME,FLUSH R XC-540 FRAME,WIPER XC-540 GEAR,S53S5(B15) FJ-540 HOLDER,SCRAPER XC-540 HOLDER,WIPER FJ-540 MOTOR,103-593-1041 PAD,WIPE TRAY XC-540 PAD,WIPE F SJ-540 PLATE,FLUSH XC-540 PLATE,SERGE MIST FJ-540 PULLEY,T14P2S4 + GEAR,S53 PULLEY,WD6.94S9 RAIL,GUIDE WIPER XC-540 RAIL,WIPER L XC-540 RAIL,WIPER R XC-540

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 27 15229506 28 1000004034 29 22155961 30 1000001489 31 22175140 32 1000001484 33 1000003390 34 1000001658 35 1000001527 36 1000001528 37 1000001596 38 12139657 39 1000001694 40 1000001696 41 1000002870 Parts No. S1 31289102AS S2 31289109AS S3 31409702 S4 31409811AS S5 31049171AS S6 31049170AS S7 31089110AS S8 31199701AS S9 31249952 Parts Name SENSOR INTERRUPTER,GP1A05A5 SHAFT,WIPE PULLEY XC-540 SHAFT,WIPER FJ-540 SHUTTER,WIPE F XC-540 SPRING,TENSIONER STX-7 TRAY,WIPE XC-540 WIPER,HEAD FOR SOLINK WIPER,SCRAPER XC-540 HOLDER,INK TRASH XC-540 HOLDER,GUIDE INK TRASH XC-540 PLATE,INK TRASH XC-540 GUIDE,INK FUNNEL PE 6-316-03 CABLE-ASSY,WIPER-SENS XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,WIPER-M XC-540 ASSY,TUBING DRAIN 300MM XC-540 Parts Name CUPSCREW SET,M3*6 NI 50 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*4 NI 100 PCS. SADDLE SET,LOCKING WIRE LES-1010 20P SADDLE SET,LOCKING WIRE LWS-1211Z 20P SCREW SET,CAP M3*12 NI 50 PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M3*8 NI 50 PCS. SCREW SET,PAN M3*4 NI+PW 100 PCS SCREW SET,SET WP M3*3 NI 20 PCS WASHER SET,POLYSLIDER 2.6*5*.5 CUT 20PCS Revised 1 Revised 3

PARTS LIST -Supplemental Parts-

Revised 3: Refer to Service Information XJ740-005.

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1-8 CAP SYSTEM


17 28 1 S5 24 S11 S11 38 S11 S5 16 25 22 S4 S4 41 36 19 24 S11 S4 34 S4 9 15 39 26 S1 43 S4 37 S2 11 21 S4 29 30 S8 S8 8 S3 35 S9 13 25 22 40 S3 18 S10 42 33 S3 S7 S4 12

S4 S4

34 27 32 18 S6 11 S2 S8 10 S8 S4

S3 S8

4 3 5

S3

20

S3 7 28 S10 31 23 14 S3

Revised 8: Refer to the Service Information XJ740-008

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 1000002794 1000004546 Parts Name ASSY,CAP-TOP XC-540 ASSY,CAP-TOP 2 XC-540 ASSY,PUMP SUB XC-540 ASSY,TUBING 2*150MM XC-540 ASSY,TUBING 2*210MM XC-540 ASSY,TUBING 2*310MM XC-540 BASE,BOTTOM CAP XC-540 BASE,NEW PUMP XC-540 BASE,T-MOTOR CAP XC-540 BELT,166P2M4-530 BUSH,80FL-08 CABLE-ASSY,CAP-M XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,CAP-SENS XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,PUMP-M XC-540 CAP,TABLE SPRING FJ-540 CASE,CAP TOP FJ-540 COVER,CAP CASE FJ-540 DRIVE PULLEY FRAME,BACK-UP XC-540 FRAME,FRONT CAP XC-540 FRAME,MAIN CAP XC-540 FRAME,SIDE CAP XC-540 GEAR,S10S20 GUIDE,CAP CASE FJ-540 GUIDE,SIDE FRAME FJ-540 HOLDER,T-SPRING FJ-540 HOOK,CAP-CASE XC-540 MOTOR,103-593-1041 NUT,TABLE FJ-540 Revised 8 Parts No. 30 22055542 31 1000001585 32 1000001440 33 1000001607 34 11889107 35 15229506 36 1000001591 37 22155957 38 22175334 39 22175326 40 22175324 41 1000001608 42 1000001594 43 1000001434 Parts Name

PLATE,NUT FJ-540 PLATE,P-MOTOR XC-540 PLATE,SHUTTER TABLE CAP XC-540 PLATE,T-MOTOR XC-540 R-BEARING,D10S6(B3FL) SENSOR INTERRUPTER,GP1A05A5 SHAFT,GUIDE TABLE XC-540 SHAFT,SCREW M8 FJ-540 SPRING,CAP HEAD FJ-540 SPRING,TABLE FJ-540 SPRING,TABLE MOTOR FJ-540 STOPPER,G-SHAFT XC-540 STOPPER,T-MOTOR CAP XC-540 TABLE,CAP-CASE XC-540

2 6700319010 3 1000002422 4 1000002423 5 1000002424 7 1000001437 8 1000001587 9 1000001588 10 21925137 11 12529101 12 1000001695 13 1000001693 14 1000001697 15 22335146 16 21365121 17 22025671 18 22565406 19 1000001433 20 1000001438 21 1000001435 22 1000001436 23 21685122 24 22135616 25 22135614 26 21655246 27 1000001439 28 22435106 29 21575126

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. S1 31029105 S2 31289111AS S3 31289109AS S4 31289102AS S5 31109601 S6 31149703AS S7 31409702 S8 31409801AS S9 31049171AS S10 31199701AS S11 31019116AS Parts Name BUSH,NB-8 CUPSCREW SET, M4*6 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*4 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*6 NI 50 PCS. NUT SET,SQUARE M3*6*1.6 FE NI 100PCS RING SET,E-RING ETW-4 100 PCS. SADDLE SET,LOCKING WIRE LES-1010 20P SADDLE,LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z 20P SCREW SET,CAP M3*12 NI 50 PCS. SCREW SET,SET WP M3*3 NI 20 PCS SCREW SET,BINDING M3*6 3CBC 100 PCS

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S5 S7 S7 S5 3 8

9 S3 S7

14 S1 1 1 11 6 11 1 4 11 1 5 11 S6 S2 19 2 12 S1 S4 S6 11 7 16 1 11 1 S5 10

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18

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 11909133 2 W700311520 3 W700311511 4 1000002058 5 1000002059 6 1000002060 7 1000001703 8 1000001683 9 1000001899 10 11659218 11 11659149 12 1000001473 13 1000001580 14 1000001509 15 21475141 16 22625103 17 1000001471 18 1000001542 19 21435109 Parts Name ADAPTER,SCREW 2FAI FJ-50 ASSY,CARTRIDGE IC BOARD XC-540 ASSY,INK TANK BOARD XC-540 ASSY,TUBING 2*1100MM XC-540 ASSY,TUBING 2*1300MM XC-540 ASSY,TUBING 2*900MM XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,INK CARTRIDGE XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,INK SERIAL XC-540 CABLE-CARD,6P1 420L BB HIGH-V HOLDER,IC SC-500 HOLDER,RING O 2FAI FJ-50 PLATE,HOLDER I/C XC-540 PLATE,INK CMCM XC-540 PLATE,INK JOINT XC-540 SHEET,RAIL CABLE FJ-540 SPRING,PRESS CARTRIDGE SP-300 STAND,INK CARTRIDGE XC-540 STAY,I/C XC-540 TUBE,SILICONE 3*5*8 FJ-540

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. S1 31289112AS S2 31019116AS S3 31019801 S4 31049169AS S5 31289109AS S6 31329601AS S7 31409801AS Parts Name CUPSCREW SET,M3*10 NI 100 PCS. SCREW SET,BINDING M3*6 3CBC 100 PCS SCREW,BINDING S-TIGHT M3*6 3C 100PCS SCREW SET,CAP M4*8 3CBC+PW 20PCS CUPSCREW SET,M3*4 NI 100 PCS. CLAMP SET,INSULOK T-18S 100 PCS. SADDLE,LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z 20P

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S12 S13 S10 26 S10 34 13 23 9 S10 24 38 S4 38 23 13 9 38 S10 28 S10 48 S11 1 S12 S12 S13 S8 38 21 S8 30 S8 S8 S12 S12 S14 S13 S8 S10 S13 36 S2 2 S5 13 S10 23 13 39 S4 19 29 S1 S6 S12 S12 S13 6 37 S13 S10 S1 46 40 S11 1 44 S12 S10 50 32 S14 S13 10 34 12 S8 S8 19 S13 15 25 S10 35 S10 38 S8 S8 S12 S13 S9 S10 27 S10 11 19 S4 S9 S12 35 S14 12

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38

1-15
33 25 4 3 5 25 S2 38 S8 S13

41

14

S11

S10

S4 19

S11

S10 1

14 S10

42 8

39

1-10 STAND
PARTS LIST -Main PartsXJ-740 XJ-640 XJ-540

Parts No. 1 11879108 2 1000002464 3 1000002463 1000003071 4 1000003072 1000002462 1000003645 5 1000003695 1000001610 6 22805230 7 1000003648 8 1000003647 9 1000003628 10 1000003658 11 1000003633 12 1000001068 13 1000001352 14 1000003892 15 1000001593 16 1000003629 17 1000001470 18 1000003546 19 1000001584 20 1000001442 21 1000003634 22 1000003630 23 1000001592 24 1000003545 25 22535347 26 1000001090 27 1000001089 1000003632 28 1000003692 1000003668 1000003061 29 1000003069 1000001457 30 1000003631 31 1000003889 32 1000003888 33 1000001455 34 1000003653 35 1000001445 36 1000001458 37 1000001460 38 22185103 39 1000003047 1000003067 40 1000003068 1000001463

Parts Name ABSORBER TK-3225 ARM,DANCER L XC-540 ARM,DANCER R XC-540 ASSY,DANCER BAR TU2-74 ASSY,DANCER BAR TU2-64 DANCER BAR XC-540 ASSY,DANCER BAR XJ-740 ASSY,DANCER BAR XJ-640 ASSY,DANCER BAR XC-540 ASSY,SCREW TUC-6070 ASSY,STAND LEG L XJ-740 ASSY,STAND LEG R XJ-740 BASE,FEEDER XJ-740 BASE,SLIDER L XJ-740 BASE,SLIDER R XJ-740 BUSH,80F-1610 BUSH,80F-1620 CASTER,STAND XJ-740 COLLAR,TU XC-540 COVER,FEEDER XJ-740 COVER,TU L XC-540 DAMPER,FRT-G2-101G3 FLANGE,GUIDE 3 XC-540 GEAR,S96(B8M0.8) XC-540 HOLDER,SLIDER F XJ-740 HOLDER,SLIDER R XJ-740 HOUSING,80F-1620 XC-540 KNOB,BOLT 117-10313 LABEL,CAUTION PINCH-2 #LA423 LABEL,CLAMP L AJ-1000#LA913 LABEL,CLAMP R AJ-1000#LA912 PIPE,FEEDER SHAFT XJ-740 PIPE,FEEDER SHAFT XJ-640 PIPE,FEEDER SHAFT XJ-540 PIPE,TAKE UP TU2-74 PIPE,TAKE UP TU2-64 PIPE,TAKE UP XC-540 PLATE,SLIDER XJ-740 PLATE,STAND L XJ-740 PLATE,STAND R XJ-740 SHAFT,DANCER XC-540 SHAFT,FEEDER XJ-740 SHAFT,SPACER TU XC-540 SHAFT,TU SLIDER XC-540 SILDER,HOLDER PLATE XC-540 SLIDER,1 TUC-6070 SLIDER,ARM TUC-2 SLIDER,RAIL TU2-74 SLIDER,RAIL TU2-64 SLIDER,RAIL XC-540

Parts No. 41 1000002511 42 1000002507 43 1000002512 44 1000002508 45 1000003887

Parts Name STAND,BASE L XC-540 STAND,BASE R XC-540 STAND,FRAME TU L XC-540 STAND,FRAME TU R XC-540 STAND,LEG L XJ-740 STAND,LEG R XJ-740 STAND,LEVER SP-300 STAND,STAY XJ-740 STAND,STAY XJ-640 STAND,STAY XC-540 STAY,GUIDE MEDIA L XJ-740 STAY,GUIDE MEDIA R XJ-740

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

46 1000003886 47 22035196 1000003587 48 1000003679 1000001462 49 1000003891 50 1000003890

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. S1 31379111 S2 31289111AS S3 31289109AS S4 31119701 S5 31149707AS S6 31149705 S7 31019169 S8 31019115AS S9 31049137AS S10 31049169AS S11 31799110AS S12 31239106AS S13 31049157 S14 31249220AS Parts Name CLAMP,CABLE CKS-13-H CUPSCREW SET, M4*6 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*4 NI 100 PCS. PIN,SNAP M14 SUS RING SET,E-RING ETW-12 SUS 20 PCS RING SET,E-RING ETW-7 SUS 50PCS SCREW SET,BINDING M2*4 NI 100 PCS. SCREW SET,BINDING M3*4 3CBC 100 PCS SCREW SET,CAP M4*25 3CBC 20 PCS SCREW SET,CAP M4*8 3CBC+PW 20PCS SCREW SET,CAP M5*20 NI 20PCS. SCREW SET,W-SEMS M4*8 3CBC 50 PCS SCREW,CAP M6*20 3CBC+PW+SW WASHER SET,PLAIN 6.5*16*1 NI 100PCS

1-16

XJ-740 XJ-640 XJ-540

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

1-11 TU CONTROLLER

S2

S8 17 4

12

S2

S10 16

S12 11 23 10 4 S2 7 6 2 S9 14 S6 S2

25 S4 20 9 S7 21 3 24 3 S5 S8

22

S4 19 26 1 S10

S6

S1

S13

S11

15 18

S11 S3 5 S10 13

PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 6700311200 2 1000001446 3 12159563 4 1000001352 5 1000001707 6 1000001710 7 1000001711 8 1000003785 9 1000001705 10 1000003654 11 1000001593 12 1000001469 13 12399353 14 1000001443 15 1000001441 16 1000001442 17 1000001592 18 1000001402 19 1000001456 20 15229506 21 1000001455 22 1000001445 23 1000001447 24 22035196 25 1000001467 26 1000001468 Parts Name ASSY,TAKEUP BOARD XC-540 BASE,TU MOTOR XC-540 BUSH,80F-1006 BUSH,80F-1620 CABLE-ASSY,TU IF EXT XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,TU MANUAL SW XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,TU MODE SEL SW XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,TUMTR RELAY XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,TU-SENS XC-540 CAP,COVER TU XJ-740 COLLAR,TU XC-540 COVER,TU R XC-540 FILTER(E) TFT-081813N F-540 FLANGE,TU MOTOR XC-540 GEAR,S14.4(B12M0.8) XC-540 GEAR,S96(B8M0.8) XC-540 HOUSING,80F-1620 XC-540 MOTOR,DME37K50G-128 PLATE,SENSOR DANCER XC-540 SENSOR INTERRUPTER,GP1A05A5 SHAFT,DANCER XC-540 SHAFT,SPACER TU XC-540 SHAFT,TU XC-540 STAND,LEVER SP-300 STAY,DANCER SENS XC-540 STAY,TU BOARD XC-540

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. S1 31329501AS S2 31289105AS S3 31289111AS S4 31289109AS S5 31149705 S6 31409702 S7 31049173AS S8 31049137AS S9 31799107 S10 31049169AS S11 31199701AS S12 31049157 S13 31069104 Parts Name CLAMP SET,PUSH MOUNT RT30SSF5 20P CUPSCREW SET, M3*6 3CBC 100 PCS CUPSCREW SET, M4*6 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*4 NI 100 PCS. RING SET,E-RING ETW-7 SUS 50PCS SADDLE SET,LOCKING WIRE LES-1010 20P SCREW SET,CAP M4*10 NI 50 PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M4*25 3CBC 20 PCS SCREW SET,CAP M4*6 NI 20PCS SCREW SET,CAP M4*8 3CBC+PW 20PCS SCREW SET,SET WP M3*3 NI 20 PCS SCREW,CAP M6*20 3CBC+PW+SW SCREW,CAP M4*6+FL NI

1-17

1-12 ACCESSORIES

26 11

70

39 12

117V

230V

33

34 41 38

8
240VA

3
240VE

1 69 43 44 10 68 14 65 15 18 50 59 63 S6

2 58 61 57

S6

61

59 60 49 51 62 60

51

13

45 30 17 27 54 55 23 21

27 30

S2 S1 42 35 28 40 46 42 16 47 67 S1 36 6 22 24 29 64 37 52 53 11 20 31 32 71 19 48 S3 S5 S4 56 25

66

1-18

1-12 ACCESSORIES
PARTS LIST -Main PartsXJ-740 XJ-640 XJ-540

Parts No. 1 23495124 2 13499111 3 23495125 4 13499209 6 11849102 8 1000005833 10 1000001639 1000003548 11 1000003566 1000001627 1000003555 12 1000003569 1000003574 1000003549 13 1000003567 1000001628 14 1000003564 1000003782 1000003557 16 1000003571 1000001645 1000003550 17 1000003568 1000001629 18 1000003561 19 11369122 20 11759105 21 1000001535 22 21995106 23 12139657 24 22565682 25 1000001534 26 22535532 1000003542 27 1000003541 1000003540 28 22535393 29 1000001099 30 22535357 31 32 1000003533 1000003532 1000003535 1000003534 33 1000001642 34 1000001641 1000003560 35 1000003573 1000001648

Parts Name AC CORD 3ASL100 240VA 10A SAA AC CORD H05VV-F 240VE 10A S AC-CORD H05VV 230V 10A S ADAPTER PLUG (100V)

Parts No. 36 1000001631 37 1000001632 38 1000001638 1000003556 39 1000003570 1000003575 1000003559 40 1000003572 1000001647

Parts Name PAD,L-LEFT XC-540 PAD,L-RIGHT XC-540 PAD,SHAFT GUARD XC-540 PAD,SHAFT SHEET XJ-740 PAD,SHAFT SHEET XJ-640 PAD,SHAFT SHEET XJ-540 PAD,SLIDER XJ-740 PAD,SLIDER XJ-640 PAD,SLIDER XC-540 PAD,SPACER ACCESSORY XC-540 PAD,SPACER STAND STAY XJ-740 PAD,STAND L/R BASE XC-540 PAD,STAND L/R TOP XJ-740 PAD,SUPPORT STAND XJ-740 PAD,U-LEFT XJ-740 PAD,U-RIGHT XJ-740 PIPE,TOOL D9*L150 FJ-540 SPRING,CLAMP MEDIA R XJ-740 SPRING,CLAMP MEDIA L XJ-740 SHEET,CLAMP MEDIA XC-540 TRAY,SKID XJ-740 TRAY,SKID XJ-640 TRAY,SKID XC-540 TWEEZERS PTS-01 PAD,INK TRASH XC-540 COVER,INK TRASH XC-540 STOPPER,CARRIAGE XJ-740 ASSY,MEDIA CLAMP R XJ-740 ASSY,MEDIA CLAMP L XJ-740 PLATE,CLAMP MEDIA XJ-740 MAGNET,SM-911S NEO1854 HOLDER,CLAMP MEDIA XJ-740 LABEL,CLAMP R XJ-740#LA1024 LABEL,CLAMP L XJ-740#LA1023 STOPPER,PIPE FEEDER XJ-740 STICKER,REP JP/EN XJ-740 PAD,L-CENTER XJ-740 SHEET,MIRROR XJ-740 CARTON,FEEDER XJ-740 PAD,FEEDER XJ-740 CABLE-AC,100V 15A 2.5M 3P MANUAL,USE EN VERSAWORKS

* * * * * * * * * * * *

BLADE,OLFA AUTO CUTTER XB10 * * * Revised 8 CABLE-AC,117V 15A 2.5M 3P * * * CARTON,ACCESSORY XC-540 CARTON,COVER XJ-740 CARTON,COVER XJ-640 CARTON,COVER XC-540 CARTON,SHAFT SHEET XJ-740 CARTON,SHAFT SHEET XJ-640 CARTON,SHAFT SHEET XJ-540 CARTON,SLEEVE XJ-740 CARTON,SLEEVE XJ-640 CARTON,SLEEVE XC-540 CARTON,SPACER XJ-740 CARTON,SPACER XJ-640 CARTON,STAND L/R XC-540 CARTON,STAND STAY XJ-740 CARTON,STAND STAY XJ-640 CARTON,STAND STAY XC-540 CARTON,STAND XJ-740 CARTON,STAND XJ-640 CARTON,STAND XC-540 CARTON,VKIT XJ-740 CASE,PE BOTTLE 5-038-03 CLEANER,STICK TX712A COVER,BOTTLE INK XC-540 FLANGE,GUIDE 2 PNS-70 GUIDE,INK FUNNEL PE 6-316-03 HEXAGONAL WRENCH 5 HOLDER,BOTTLE INK XC-540 LABEL,CARTON CARE #LA762 LABEL,CARTON XJ-740#LA1020 LABEL,CARTON XJ-640#LA1019 LABEL,CARTON XJ-540#LA1018 LABEL,DRAIN BOTTLE FJ-540 #LA501 LABEL,HARMFUL FIRE #LA915 LABEL,USE FORKLIFT #LA435 MANUAL,INS EN XJ-740 MANUAL,INS JP XJ-740 MANUAL,USE EN XJ-740 MANUAL,USE JP XJ-740 PAD,ACCESSORY B XC-540 PAD,ACCESSORY S XC-540 PAD,DANCER XJ-740 PAD,DANCER XJ-640 PAD,DANCER XC-540 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

41 1000001640 42 1000003558 43 1000001637 44 1000003554 45 1000003551 46 1000003552 47 1000003553 48 22155133 49 1000003624 50 1000003625 51 1000001602 1000003547 52 1000003781 1000001626 53 12569656 54 1000001604 55 1000001603 56 1000003641 57 6700739030 58 6700739020 59 1000003626 60 22395118 61 1000003649 62 1000003650 63 1000003651 64 1000003635 65 1000003536 66 1000003565 67 1000003861 68 1000003562 69 1000003563 70 1000005832 71 26015490 26015491

15 1000001635

MANUAL,USE JP VERSAWORKS Revised 8 * * * * * *

PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. S1 31279201 S2 31049169AS S3 31049157 S4 31139104 S5 31249220AS S6 31289102AS Parts Name LABEL,REPACKAGE #LA16 SCREW SET,CAP M4*8 3CBC+PW 20PCS SCREW,CAP M6*20 3CBC+PW+SW SCREW,PLAPOINT M4*6 BK FE WASHER SET,PLAIN 6.5*16*1 NI 100PCS CUPSCREW SET,M3*6 NI 50 PCS.

1-19

XJ-740 XJ-640 XJ-540

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

HEAD UNIT
LINER ENCODER BOARD
CN500

CAP MOTOR

WIPER MOTOR

PINCH LEVER

CAP ORG SENSOR WIPER ORG SENSOR

PUMP MOTOR

49 53
FRONT COVER SW
CN2CN7 CN15CN18 CN8CN11 CN16CN19 CN9 CN12 CN17 CN20 CN10 CN13

HEAD U/D SENSOR

35

2-1 WIRING MAP

SCAN MOTOR PAPER SIDE SENSOR


CN601

CN21 CN14 CN22

PRINT CARRIAGE BOARD

MAINTENANCE COVER SW

60 x3
CN604 CN605

39

21
CN600

19
CN902 CN901 CN910 CN908 CN909 CN907 CN904

GRIT ENCODER BOARD

28 29
31

30

32

33

34

2 Electrical Section

GRIT ENCORDER

56 x2
MOTSENS JUNCTION BOARD
CN1103
CN903,CN906 CN900

60 x3 20

PRINT ORG SENSOR

FAN JUNCTION BOARD


CN1102 CN1101

PINCH ORG SENSOR FAN

FAN

27 54

22 56 x2
FEED MOTOR

PAPER SENS F

PAPER SENS B

25 37 37 48
117V SELECT THERMOSTAT HEATER TERMISTOR
CN100

CN101

LCD

50 52 24 59
CN10 CN9 CN11 CN9 CN11

CN403 CN402

PANEL BOARD

CN412 CN413

58
CN7 CN1,CN2 CN15 CN1CN3,CN5CN7

117V SELECT

CN410 CN409CN408 CN407 CN406 CN405

CN103

40
CN4 CN18

40

HEATER CONTROL BOARD


for 117V
CN411

40

CN17

CN17

CN12

CN16

CN7

CN 15

230V SELECT

CN11

CN 13 CN14

CN12 CN11 CN10 CN9

CN8

CN6

CN5

CN4

CN3

CN2 CN 1

CN14

I NK TANK BOA RD
CN8

SERVO BOARD MAIN BOARD HEAD BOARD

51
230V SELECT

48 48
230V SELECT
CN4

C N 404

18

for 230V

48

47

HEATER UNIT

CN16

55 58 17 12
CN4
CN3 CN1

HEATER BOARD
CN7
CN7 CN1 CN5

16
CN13

EXT JUNCTION BOARD


CN201 CN200

INK SYSTEM UNIT

13

14

15

42
CN301

CN807

45

46

CN401

CN402

CN404

TU MANUAL SW

TU MODE SELECTSW

CN805

5 56

CN802 CN800

TU JUNCTION BOARD

CN 302

44
CN300

CN2

CN4

CN6

43
POWER SW

41

11 5 56 6

SWPOWER UNIT +DC41V OUT

CN403

10 9 8
CN806

CN804 CN801

TAKEUP BOARD
CN303

I NLET

CN5

56

TAKE UP MOTOR 2

56

AC JUNCTION BOARD

CN12

AC LINE

CONTROL UNIT

DCJUNCTION BOARD

38

1 2 4

SW POWER O ER UNI T +DC24V OUT +DC 5V OUT

THERMISTORJUNCTION BOARD

2-1
23
CN6 CN202 CN203

57

37 37 48
117V SELECT
CN101

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD12

37
CN102

CN1201 CN1101 CN1001 CN901 CN801 CN701 CN601 CN501

CN401 CN301 CN201 CN101

48

37

CN8

CN3

WIRING MAP
CABLE LIST
Parts No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1000001668 1000001669 1000000574 1000001670 1000004054 1000001672 1000001673 1000001674 1000001675 1000001676 1000001704 1000001677 1000001678 1000001679 1000001680 1000001681 1000001682 1000001683 1000001684 1000003703 1000003699 1000001685 1000003704 1000003700 1000001686 1000003705 1000003701 1000001687 1000001688 1000001689 1000001690 1000003498 1000001692 1000001693 1000001694 1000001695 1000001696 1000001697 1000001698 1000003706 1000003702 1000001699 1000001700 1000001424 1000003707 1000003785 1000001702 1000001703 1000001706 1000001712 1000001707 1000001705 1000001710 1000001711 1000001708 1000004057 1000004056 23415266 23475196 1000001900 1000001898 23475232 1000003783 1000003784 23475198 1000001899 12399353 1000001748 12399331 12399351 12399352 Parts Name CABLE-ASSY,POWER-AC-L XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-AC-N XC-540 CABLE-ASSY GND AJ-1000 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-AC-JUNCTION XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-AC-DC XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-DRYER XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-DC-B XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-DC-A XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-HEAD XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-SERVO XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-TU XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-HEATER XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,OP.DRYER CONTROL XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,POWER-BLOWER XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,HEATER CONTROL XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,HEATER SERIAL XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,TU CONTROL XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,INK SERIAL XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,SCAN-M XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,FAN JUNCTION XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,FAN JUNCTION XJ-640 CABLE-ASSY,FAN JUNCTION XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,G-ENCODER XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,G-ENCODER XJ-640 CABLE-ASSY,G-ENCODER XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,FEED-M XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,FEED-M XJ-640 CABLE-ASSY,FEED-M XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,HEAD FAN XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,3-COVER SW XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,PINCH-ORG XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,P-SIDE SENS XJ-740 Revised 8 CABLE-ASSY,PAPER-SENS XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,CAP-SENS XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,WIPER-SENS XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,CAP-M XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,WIPER-M XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,PUMP-M XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,F-COVER SW XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,SW JUNCTION XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,SW JUNCTION XJ-640 CABLE-ASSY,SW JUNCTION XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,HEAD U/D SENS XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,LINEAR ENC XC-540 Revised 8 CABLE-ASSY,HEATER XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,TUMTR RELAY XJ-740 CABLE-ASSY,M-COVER SW XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,INK CARTRIDGE XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,TU IF INT XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,FD IF INT XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,TU IF EXT XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,TU-SENS XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,TU MANUAL SW XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,TU MODE SEL SW XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,THERM JUNCTION XC-540 CABLE-ASSY,117V SELECTOR XJ-740 (for 117V) CABLE-ASSY,230V SELECTOR XJ-740 (for 230V) CABLE-ASSY ESD SJ-1000 CABLE CARD 24P1 850L BB FJ-540 CABLE-CARD,25P1 250L BB HIGH-V CABLE-CARD,26P1 880L BB HIGH-V CARD CABLE,21P1 385L BB HIGH-V CABLE-CARD,36P1 3300L BB HIGH-V CABLE-CARD,36P1 3070L BB HIGH-V CABLE-CARD 36P1 2940L BB CABLE-CARD,6P1 420L BB HIGH-V FILTER(E) TFT-081813N F-540 FILTER(E),EFC-40-S FILTER(E),FPC-31-12 FILTER(E) FRC-40-12-6.5 FJ-540 FILTER(E) FRC-45-12-6.5
XJ- XJ- XJ740 640 540

HEAD & CARRIAGE FFC CONNECTION LIST


Head CY MG YG 53 BK LM LC CN1 CN2 CN1 CN2 CN1 CN2 CN1 CN2 CN1 CN2 CN1 CN2

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Print Carriage Board CN15 CN18 CN8 CN11 CN16 CN19 CN9 CN12 CN17 CN20 CN10 CN13

Head Board Print Carriage Board CN1 CN2 CN2 CN3 CN3 CN4 54 CN5 CN5 CN6 CN6 CN7 CN7

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

2-2

2-2 MAIN BOARD MAIN BOARD_Arrangement Diagram (Component Side)


DIP SW Bit1 Bit2 Bit3 Bit4 Bit5 Bit6 Bit7 Bit8 XJ-540/640/740 OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF

It indicates the version of the Main Board. 2-3

MAIN BOARD_Arrangement Diagram (Soldering Side)

2-4

VCC3 MD[0..15] IC11 MA[0..25] TXD2 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 RA36 EXBA10E103J 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 VCC3 D61 D63 D50 D49 D51 D62 D60 D48 D57 D53 D55 D58 D56 D59 D54 D52 D19 D31 D28 D16 D18 D30 D29 D17 D23 D24 D22 D26 D25 D20 D21 D27 EXBA10E103J EXBA10E103J EXBA10E103J RA33 RA30 RA27 6

MD[0..15]

MA[0..25]

TXD2

R95

VCC3

VCC1.55 VCC1.55 VCC1.55 VCC1.55 VCC1.55 VCC1.55 VCC1.55 VCC1.55

VCC3

PC211

PC210

PC204

PC202

PC222

PC224

PC230

PC232

10K T128

CE0.1u /WR2 D[0..63] VCC3

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

R94 T127 10K

R96

10K

/WR2

/IRL3 /IRL2 /IRL1 /IRL0 RRXD2

VCC3

R93 D62 D49 D61 D50 D60 D51 D59 D52 D58 D53 D57 D54 D56 D55 D31 D16 D30 D17 D29 D18 D28 D19 D27 D20 D26 D21 R152 0

D63 D48

10K JP2 2 1 JP3 VCC3 RA[0..25] RA[0..25] GND GND VCC3 R72 10K DREQ0 RRXD R89 33 DQM7 DQM7 DQM6 DQM3 DQM2 /WR /RD T124 /CS2 T46 /CS3 /CS3 CE0.1u IC20 16 FBK REF S1 S2 CLBA1 CLKB2 CLKB3 CLKB4 6 7 10 11 1 9 8 6 R201 10K R206 10K CY2308-2 VCC3 R261 33 CLKA1 CLKA2 CLKA3 CLKA4 PC29 /CS2 VCC3 /RAS VCC DQM6 DQM3 DQM2 /WR /RD /RAS 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 VCC3 RA25 1 A2 A3 2 3 14 15 R20 R19 R204 R205 CLK120_1 CLK120_2 TP100 TP114 R88 R87 R86 R85 R84 R83 R82 T121 T120 R81 CN15 DSP01-002-430G-0 T123 D25 DREQ0 RRXD D22 D24 D23 10K T122 R73 Short Plug 27 46

10

R302

JP2 1-2:JIGU 2-3:OPERATE


/CS0 /CS0 3

MD0 MD1 MD2 MD3 MD4 MD5 MD6 MD7 MD8 MD9 MD10 MD11 MD12 MD13 MD14 MD15 29 31 33 35 38 40 42 44 30 32 34 36 39 41 43 45 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15

VCC1.55

/IRL3 /IRL2 /IRL1 /IRL0 RRXD2

VCC3

/Cmd_HS_StoM VCC1.55 VCC3 /MRD /MWE0 /RESET

/Cmd_HS_StoM

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 VCC3 RY/BY VIH VCC3 15 47 37

25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 48 17 16 9 10 MA1 MA2 MA3 MA4 MA5 MA6 MA7 MA8 MA9 MA10 MA11 MA12 MA13 MA14 MA15 MA16 MA17 MA18 MA19 MA20 MA21

VCC1.55

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 A22 A23 A24 A25 13 14 26 /MRD 28 /MWE0 11 /RESET 12 NC WP/ACC CE OE WE RP

R61 R62 R80 R79 R78 R77 R76 R75 R74 R57 R56 R55 R54 R53 R52 R51 R50 R49 R101 R100 R99 R98 R97 R65 R64 R63

33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33

RA0 RA1 RA2 RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 RA13 RA14 RA15 RA16 RA17 RA18 RA19 RA20 RA21 RA22 RA23 RA24 RA25

VCC3

R304

2.2K

C17 D17 A18 B18 A19 B19 A20 C18 B20 C19 C20 D18 D19 D20 E18 E17 F17 F18 E19 E20 G17 G18 F19 F20 J17 J18 G19 G20 H19 H20 K17 K18 J19 J20 K19 K20 L17 L18 L20 L19 M20 M19 M17 M18 N20 N19 P20 P19 N17 N18 R20 R19 P17 P18 T20 T19 R17 R18 U20 U19 V20 V19 T17 T18

T7

T8

T126

VCC3

MBM29LV160B-90PFTN(HY29LV320) PC18 CE0.1u

R92

10K

/Cmd_HS_MtoS

VCC3

T125

/Cmd_HS_MtoS

R91

10K

Cmd_MtoS

Cmd_MtoS

R90

10K

RA38

EXBA10E103J

A18 A19

VSS CA VDD-RTC VSS-RTC EXTAL2 XTAL2 NMI IRL3 IRL2 IRL1 IRL0 MD2/RXD2 MD1/TXD2 MD0/SCK RD/WR2 VSSQ VSSQ VDDQ D63 D48 VSS VDD D62 D49 VSSQ VDDQ D61 D50 D60 D51 VSSQ VDDQ D59 D52 D58 D53 VSSQ VDDQ D57 D54 D56 D55 VSSQ VDDQ D31 D16 D30 D17 VSSQ VDDQ D29 D18 VSS VDD D28 D19 VSSQ VDDQ D27 D20 D26 D21 VSSQ VDDQ

R303

10K

MAIN BOARD_Circuit Diagram 1/9

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

A25 A24 A23 A22 A21 A20 A19 A18

A20 A21 A22 A23

MA25 MD0 MD1 MD2 MD3 MD4 MD5 MD6 MD7

MA1 MA2 MA3 MA4 MA5 MA6 MA7 MA8 MA9

T132 T131 T136 T134

T130

A24 A25

R103 10K

MD8 MD9 MD10 MD11 MD12 MD13 MD14 MD15

IC38 HD6417297BP267
A4 A5 A6 T119 CLK120 A7 A8 A9 VCC3 RA24 1 A10 A11 A12 R208 R207 R202 R203

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 CLK120_1 CLK120_2

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 PS-40PE-D4T1-PN1

MA10 MA11 MA12 MA13 MA14 MA15 MA16 MA17 MA18

VCC3

R105

R104

R59

10K

A0

R60

A1

A1

EXBA10E103J

2.2K

2.2K

A0

0 0 R_non(0) R_non(0)

10K

T129

R102

10K

STATUS0 STATUS1

A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

CLK60_1 CLK60_2

TP112 TP113

CLK60_1 CLK60_2

33 R_non(0) 33 R_non(0) TP99 TP98

T94

VCC3

EXBA10E103J

C27 VCC3 R41 T76 10K D45 D34 D44 D35 D43 D36 D42 D37 D41 D38 D40 D39 D15 D0 D14 D1 D13 D2 D12 D3 D11 D4 D10 D5 D9 D6 D8 D7

RDY RESET CS0 CS1 CS4 CS5 CS6 BS VSSQ RD2 VDDQ VSSQ D47 D32 VDD VSS D46 D33 VDDQ VSSQ D45 D34 D44 D35 VDDQ VSSQ D43 D36 D42 D37 VDDQ VSSQ D41 D38 D40 D39 VDDQ VSSQ D15 D0 D14 D1 VDDQ VSSQ D13 D2 VDD VSS D12 D3 VDDQ VSSQ D11 D4 D10 D5 VDDQ VSSQ D9 D6 BACK/BSREQ BREQ/BSACK D8 D7

B2 B1 C2 C1 D4 D3 D2 D1 E4 E3 F3 F4 E2 E1 G3 G4 F2 F1 H3 H4 G2 G1 H2 H1 J3 J4 J2 J1 K2 K1 K3 K4 L1 L2 M1 M2 L3 L4 N1 N2 P1 P2 M3 M4 R1 R2 P3 P4 T1 T2 R3 R4 U1 U2 V1 V2 T3 T4 W1 Y1 U3 V3 W2 Y2

D47 D32

D46 D33

T49

D33 D46 D32 D47

D35 D44 D34 D45

D37 D42 D36 D43

D39 D40 D38 D41

D1 D14 D0 D15

D3 D12 D2 D13

D5 D10 D4 D11

D7 D6 D8 D9

D25 D24 D22 D23

D35 D47 D44 D32 D34 D46 D45 D33

D39 D43 D40 D36 D38 D42 D41 D37

D3 D1 D12 D14 D2 D0 D13 D15

D63 D48 D62 D49

D61 D50 D60 D51

D59 D52 D58 D53

D57 D54 D56 D55

D31 D16 D30 D17

D27 D20 D26 D21

33 33 33 33 33

33

D7 D5 D6 D10 D8 D4 D9 D11

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

EXBA10E103J RA15 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 RA14 RA13 RA12

EXBA10E103J EXBA10E103J EXBA10E103J

8 7 6 5

8 7 6 5

8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4

8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4

8 7 6 5

8 7 6 5

8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4

8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4

8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4

8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4

8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4

8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4

8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4

8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4

8 7 6 5

R43

VCC3

8 7 6 5

8 7 6 5

8 7 6 5

8 7 6 5

8 7 6 5

8 7 6 5

/RESET /CS0 /CS1 R34 /CS4 R44 /CS5 R32 /CS6 R42 R33

/RD2

DD33 8 DD46 7 DD32 6 DD47 5

DD35 8 DD44 7 DD34 6 DD45 5

DD37 8 DD42 7 DD36 6 DD43 5

DD39 8 DD40 7 DD38 6 DD41 5

DD1 8 DD14 7 DD0 6 DD15 5

DD3 8 DD12 7 DD2 6 DD13 5

DD5 8 DD10 7 DD4 6 DD11 5

DD7 DD6 DD8 DD9

DD63 DD48 DD62 DD49

DD61 DD50 DD60 DD51

DD59 DD52 DD58 DD53

DD57 DD54 DD56 DD55

DD25 DD24 DD22 DD23

DD31 DD16 DD30 DD17

8 7 6 5

DD27 8 DD20 7 DD26 6 DD21 5

DD29 8 DD18 7 DD28 6 DD19 5

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

D29 D18 D28 D19

VCC3 PC231 PC238 CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u PC236 CE0.1u PC234

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

/RESET /CS0 /CS1 /CS4 /CS5 /CS6

VCC3

VCC3

/RD2

2-5
A13 A14 6 R40 33 33 33 33 R36 R35 R39 33 33 33 R48 A17 R38 R37 /WE0 DQM0 DQM1 DQM4 DQM5 CKE /WE1 A15 A16 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 /WE0 DQM0 DQM1 DQM4 DQM5 CKE /WE1 T77 RA20 RA22 EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J RA23 RA21 EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 PC237 CE0.1u CE0.1u PC235 VCC3 PC233 CE0.1u

T135 T133

VCC3 R300 10K IC45 Cmd_StoM RXD2 CROP_ON Cmd_StoM RXD2 CROP_ON RRXD RRXD2 CROP_ONOUT

R265

STATUS0 STATUS1 10

T95

T99

+ C30 10u/16V

T97

T98 /RESET /RESET T96

R262

10

RRXD RRXD2 CROP_ONOUT

+ C29 10u/16V

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 STATUS0 STATUS1 VCC3 PC152 VCC3 CE0.1u PC50 IC32 CE0.1u OUT VDD NC GND Cd RN5VD29A CE0.1u 1 2 4 3 5 C42 R245 1.0K TP131 1 VCC3 STATUS0 STATUS1 1 19

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 E1 E2 74LVC541

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 VCC3

R301 10K PC63 CE0.1u VCC3

R266

10

+ C31 10u/16V

C28

R58

B17 C16 A17 B16 C15 D15 B15 A16 C14 D14 A15 B14 C13 D13 A14 B13 A13 B12 C12 D12 A12 B11 A11 A10 C11 D11 B10 A9 B9 C8 C10 D10 D8 A8 B8 A7 C9 D9 B7 A6 C7 D7 B6 A5 B5 C4 C3 C6 A4 D6 B4 D5 A3 B3 A2 A1 C5 D16 H17 H18 N3 N4 U4 V18 D25 DREQ1 DREQ0 RXD D22 D24 D23 WE7/CAS7/DQM7/REG VSSQ VDDQ WE6/CAS6/DQM6 WE3/CAS3/DQM3/ICIOWR WE2/CAS2/DQM2/ICIORD RD/WR VSSQ VDDQ RD/CASS/FRAME RAS VSS VDD CS2 CS3 VSSQ VDDQ DRAK0 DRAK1 A2 A3 VSSQ VDDQ A4 A5 A6 CKIO2 VSSQ VDDQ CKIO A7 A8 A9 VSSQ VDDQ A10 A11 A12 NC VSSQ VDDQ A13 A14 VSS VDD A15 A16 VSSQ VDDQ A17 WE0/CAS0/DQM0 WE1/CAS1/DQM1 WE4/CAS4/DQM4 WE5/CAS5/DQM5 VSSQ VDDQ CKE IC31A

VDDQ CTS2 TCLK MD8/RTS2 VDDQ VSSQ MD7/TXD SCK2/MRESET VDD VSS A18 A19 VDDQ VSSQ A20 A21 A22 A23 VDDQ VSSQ A24 A25 MD3/CE2A MD4/CE2B VDDQ VSSQ MD5/RAS2 DACK0 DACK1 A0 VDDQ VSSQ A1 STATUS0 STATUS1 MD6/IOIS16 VDDQ VSSQ ASEBRK/BRKACK TDO VDD VSS TMS TCK TDI TRST CKIO2ENB NC VDD-PLL2 VSS-PLL2 VDD-PLL1 VSS-PLL1 VDD-CPG VSS-CPG XTAL EXTAL NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC

W20 U18 U17 V17 Y20 W19 Y19 W18 U16 V16 Y18 W17 Y17 W16 U15 V15 Y16 W15 U14 V14 Y15 W14 U12 V13 U13 V12 Y14 W13 U11 V11 Y13 W12 Y12 W11 U10 V10 Y11 Y10 W10 Y9 U9 V9 W9 Y8 W8 V4 U8 V8 Y7 W7 U7 V7 Y6 W6 U6 V6 Y5 W5 Y4 W4 Y3 U5 V5 W3

CE9p

Y5

IC31B 2 74LVC14 R246 0 3 74LVC14 /RESET_DLY 4

R264 1.0K TP132 R263 10 /RESET /RESET

CE9p

FA-365 20MHz

VCC1.55

T79

VCC3

/RESET_DLY

R45

10K

RA37 RA35 RA34 RA32 RA26 RA31 RA28 RA29 RA18 RA16 RA19 RA17 EXBV8V470J EXBV8V470J EXBV8V470J EXBV8V470J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J

A[0..25]

DD[0..63]

DD[0..63]

VCC3

VCC3

PC214

PC212

PC208

PC206

PC203

PC197

PC198

PC200

PC221

PC218

PC223

PC226

PC228

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

VCC3

PC213

PC209

PC207

PC205

PC201

PC196

PC199

PC220

PC217

PC219

PC225

PC227

PC229

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

VCC3

VCC3

DD[0..63] DD[0..63] RA[0..25] IC9 IC10 IC21 IC22 RA[0..25] DD[0..63]

DD[0..63]

MD[0..15]

PC16 CE0.1u

PC30 CE0.1u

MD[0..15]

IC15

DD0 DD1

MD0 MD1

DD2 DD3 RA15 R27 R28 RA16 R30 RA17 R31 0 R_non(0) SDBK2 R29 0 R_non(0) SDBK1 0 SDBK0

MD2 MD3

DD4 DD5

MD4 MD5

DD6 DD7 DD8 DD9

MD6 MD7 MD8 MD9

DD10 DD11

MD10 MD11

DD12 DD13

MD12 MD13

SDRAM 128M/265M Jumper

RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 RA13 RA14 SDBK0 SDBK1 SDBK2 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11 A12 BA1 BA0 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 NC NC NC 40 40 40 DD48 DD49 DD50 DD51 DD52 DD53 DD54 DD55 DD56 DD57 DD58 DD59 DD60 DD61 DD62 DD63 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11 A12 BA1 BA0 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11 A12 BA1 BA0 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/AP A11 A12 BA1 BA0 DD32 DD33 DD34 DD35 DD36 DD37 DD38 DD39 DD40 DD41 DD42 DD43 DD44 DD45 DD46 DD47 DD16 DD17 DD18 DD19 DD20 DD21 DD22 DD23 DD24 DD25 DD26 DD27 DD28 DD29 DD30 DD31

23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 36 21 20 RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 RA13 RA14 SDBK0 SDBK1 SDBK2 RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 RA13 RA14 SDBK0 SDBK1 SDBK2 RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 RA13 RA14 SDBK0 SDBK1 SDBK2

2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53

23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 36 21 20

2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53

23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 36 21 20

2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53

23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 36 21 20

/WR2

DD14 DD15 /WR2 /RAS /RD /WR /CS3 DQM7 DQM6 CKE CLK120_1 CLK120_2 CKE CLK VCC3 VCC3 CKE CLK CKE CLK120_1 CLK120_2 CKE CLK 37 38 37 38 37 38 VCC3 /RAS /RD /WR /CS3 DQM7 DQM6 RAS CAS WE CS UDQM LDQM RAS CAS WE CS UDQM LDQM RAS CAS WE CS UDQM LDQM

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 NC 18 17 16 19 39 15 18 17 16 19 39 15 18 17 16 19 39 15 18 17 16 19 39 15 37 38 RAS CAS WE CS UDQM LDQM CKE CLK

2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 40

DD0 DD1 DD2 DD3 DD4 DD5 DD6 DD7 DD8 DD9 DD10 DD11 DD12 DD13 DD14 DD15

LAB/BA /LOE LB0 LA0 LB1 LA1 GND GND LB2 LA2 LB3 LA3 VCC3 VCC3 LB4 LA4 LB5 LA5 GND GND LB6 LA6 LB7 LA7 HB0 HA0 HB1 HA1 GND GND HB2 HA2 HB3 HA3 VCC3 VCC3 HB4 HA4 HA5 HB5 GND GND HA6 HB6 HB7 HA7 HAB/BA /HOE

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

MD14 MD15

/CS0

/CS0

SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL

PC17 CE0.1u

PC32 CE0.1u

VCC3

MAIN BOARD_Circuit Diagram 2/9

VCC3

VCC3

PC31 CE0.1u MT48LC16MA2P-7E MT48LC16MA2P-7E

PC43 CE0.1u

6 12 28 41 46 52 54 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 1 3 9 14 27 43 49 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 MT48LC16MA2P-7E

6 12 28 41 46 52 54

1 3 9 14 27 43 49

6 12 28 41 46 52 54

1 3 9 14 27 43 49

6 12 28 41 46 52 54

GND GND GND GND GND GND GND

VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 MT48LC16MA2P-7E

1 3 9 14 27 43 49

RA[0..25]

RA[0..25]

IC23

RA0 RA1

MA0 MA1

MA0

TP121

RA2 RA3

MA2 MA3

MA19 TP52

RA4 RA5

MA4 MA5

MA20 TP56

MA21 TP55

MA22 TP125

RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9

MA6 MA7 MA8 MA9

TP123

RA22 RA23 RA24 RA25

MA22 MA23 MA24 MA25

/RD /WE0

/RD /WE0

/MRD /MWE0

TP128

2-6
DQM5 DQM4 DQM3 DQM2 DQM1 DQM0 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 PC71 + PC502 C_non PC82 PC83 PC84 PC70 CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u PC77 PC78 PC79 PC81 PC97 PC80 DQM5 DQM4 DQM3 DQM2 DQM1 DQM0 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 PC100 PC86 PC85 CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u

MA23 TP126

RA10 RA11

MA10 MA11

MA24 TP122

RA12 RA13

MA12 MA13

RA14 RA15

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

LAB/BA /LOE LA0 LB0 LA1 LB1 GND GND LA2 LB2 LA3 LB3 VCC3 VCC3 LA4 LB4 LB5 LA5 GND GND LB6 LA6 LB7 LA7 HB0 HA0 HB1 HA1 GND GND HA2 HB2 HA3 HB3 VCC3 VCC3 HA4 HB4 HB5 HA5 GND GND HB6 HA6 HB7 HA7 HAB/BA /HOE

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

MA14 MA15

MA18 TP87

SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL

MA25 TP127

VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 PC98 PC99 PC128 PC129 PC140 PC131 PC130 CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u

VCC3

VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 PC101 PC102 PC132 PC133 PC141 PC135 PC134 + PC503 C_non CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u

PC33 CE0.1u

PC45 CE0.1u

VCC3

VCC3

MA[0..25]

MA[0..25]

PC44 CE0.1u

PC48 CE0.1u

IC29

RA16 RA17 R241

MA16 MA17

RA18 RA19

MA18 MA19

RA20 RA21

MA20 MA21

/MRD /MWE0

/WR /CS1

/WR /CS1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

LAB/BA /LOE LB0 LA0 LB1 LA1 GND GND LB2 LA2 LB3 LA3 VCC3 VCC3 LA4 LB4 LA5 LB5 GND GND LB6 LA6 LB7 LA7 HB0 HA0 HB1 HA1 GND GND HB2 HA2 HB3 HA3 VCC3 VCC3 HB4 HA4 HB5 HA5 GND GND HB6 HA6 HB7 HA7 HAB/BA /HOE

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

TP124 TP129

SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL

PC46 CE0.1u

PC49 CE0.1u

VCC3 DB[0..31] MA[0..25] PD[0..7] /RESET CLK60_1 R181 1.0K R183 R_non 0 0 0 0 VCC3 PC24 CE0.1u R182 R_non R184 1.0K VCC3 TP111 TP90 VCC3 VCC

VCC3

DB[0..31]

PC28 CE0.1u

PC41 CE0.1u

MA[0..25]

PD[0..7]

DD0 DD1

DB0 DB1

PR_RXD PR_TXD PR_RTS PR_CTS

/RESET

T140 T139 /INTDDA EXTIN

DD[0..63] PC23 CE0.1u CN14

DD[0..63]

IC28

CLK60_1

DD2 DD3 VCC3 PR_RXD PR_TXD PR_RTS PR_CTS R194 R195 R198 R199

DB2 DB3

DD4 DD5

DB4 DB5

/INTDDA EXTIN

TP119 TP118 TP117 TP110

DD6 DD7 DD8 DD9

DB6 DB7 DB8 DB9

TP86 TP85 TP84 TP83 TP82 TP81 TP80 TP26

10K

DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 TP89 CN_non(53398-0890) RA1 EXBA10E103J

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

DD10 DD11 R12 R240

DB10 DB11

PD7 PD6 PD5 PD4 PD3 PD2 PD1 PD0

T25 MA25 MA24 MA23 MA22 MA21 MA20 MA19 MA18

SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL SW1 VCC3

CE0.1u

Y4

INH VDD GND OUT

PC11

14.7456MHz

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

LAB/BA /LOE LB0 LA0 LA1 LB1 GND GND LB2 LA2 LB3 LA3 VCC3 VCC3 LB4 LA4 LB5 LA5 GND GND LB6 LA6 LB7 LA7 HB0 HA0 HA1 HB1 GND GND HB2 HA2 HB3 HA3 VCC3 VCC3 HB4 HA4 HA5 HB5 GND GND HB6 HA6 HB7 HA7 HAB/BA /HOE

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

J3 J2 G1 H1 G16 H16 B2 A2 B3 C4 B4 A4 B5 C5 E5 E6 D5 D6 C6 B6 E7 A6 B7 C7 D7 B8 A8 D8 C8 E8 E10 C9 D9 B9 A9 D10 C10 B10 A11 B11 C11 D11 D12 E9 E11 E12 C12 B12 A13 B13 C13 B14 A15 B15 D13 C14 C15 B16 G12 H13 D14 E13 F12 E14

DD14 DD15 VCC3 VCC1.5

DB14 DB15

4 3

DB31 DB30 DB29 DB28 DB27 DB26 DB25 DB24 DB23 DB22 DB21 DB20 DB19 DB18 DB17 DB16 DB15 DB14 DB13 DB12 DB11 DB10 DB9 DB8 DB7 DB6 DB5 DB4 DB3 DB2 DB1 DB0

DD12 DD13 T21 0

DB12 DB13

T19

VCC3 22

R13

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

TP77 TP76 TP79 TP73 TP78 TP75 TP74 TP72

PC26 CE0.1u

PC39 CE0.1u

1 2

MSEL0 MSEL1 CLK0 CLK1 CLK2 CLK3 I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O

VCC3

VCC3

1 2 3 4

PC14 CE0.1u KHS08(SOP) R200 T42 T39 33 /CS1 /CS4 /CS6 /GATE

IC14

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

PC7 CE0.1u

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

8 7 6 5

RA43 EXBV8V103J

RA42 EXBA10E103J

T78 T47 T48

DD16 DD17

DB16 DB17

/CS1 /CS4 /CS6 /GATE

DD18 DD19

DB18 DB19

MAIN BOARD_Circuit Diagram 3/9

DD20 DD21

DB20 DB21

DD22 DD23 DD24 DD25

DB22 DB23 DB24 DB25

R23 R24 R25 R236 R235

33 33 33 33 33

VCC3

DD26 DD27

DB26 DB27

10K

10K

TP96

DD28 DD29

DB28 DB29

T33 T36 T35 T37 T38 T26 T23 T34 T32

R185

R186

DD30 DD31

/WR2 /GATE

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

LAB/BA /LOE LB0 LA0 LB1 LA1 GND GND LB2 LA2 LA3 LB3 VCC3 VCC3 LA4 LB4 LB5 LA5 GND GND LB6 LA6 LA7 LB7 HB0 HA0 HB1 HA1 GND GND HB2 HA2 HB3 HA3 VCC3 VCC3 HA4 HB4 HB5 HA5 GND GND HB6 HA6 HB7 HA7 HAB/BA /HOE

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

DB30 DB31

IC18

10K

10K

10K

R238

R237

PC109

PC122

PC111

PC110

PC126

PC112

PC120

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

VCC3 R26 10K

T45 T41 T40 T44 T43

R239

4 3 2 1

5 6 7 8

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

DCLK CONFIG_DONE nCONFIG nCE nCEO I/O ASDO I/O nCSO I/O INIT_DONE I/O CLKUSR I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O PLL1_OUTp I/O PLL1_OUTn I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O

T138

PC92

PC119

PC121

PC95

PC91

PC114

PC138

VCC3

T13 T11 T14 T10 T15 T9

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

K4 K13 H3 J4 H4 T16 K3 G4 D4 T20 C2 T12 C3 B1 G5 F4 D3 T17 E4 F5 E3 /SW0 D2 /SW1 E2 /SW2 D1 /LCD_CS F3 LCD_E G3 LCD_RW F2 LCD_RS E1 /LED /PANEL_WR G2 F1 /PANEL H5 T6 J1 T4 K2 T3 L3 T1 K1 T5 L1 T2 ND31 L2 ND30 M1 ND29 N1 ND28 M2 ND27 N2 ND26 M3 ND25 L5 ND24 M4 ND23 N3 ND22 K5 ND21 L4 ND20 R1 ND19 P2 ND18 P3 ND17 N4 ND16 R2 ND15 T2 ND14 R3 ND13 P4 ND12 R4 ND11 T4 ND10 R5 ND9 P5 ND8 M5 ND7 M6 ND6 N5 ND5 N6 ND4 P6 ND3 R6 ND2 M7 T6 ND1 R7 ND0

IC47 Vcc Vcc DCLK ASDI 8 7 6 5

RA11 EXBV8V103J ND[0..31]

CE0.1u

1 2 3 4

nCS DATA Vcc GND

ND31 ND30 ND29 ND28

ND27 ND26 ND25 ND24

ND23 ND22 ND21 ND20

ND19 ND18 ND17 ND16

ND15 ND14 ND13 ND12

ND11 ND10 ND9 ND8

ND7 ND6 ND5 ND4

PC76

/SW0 /SW1 /SW2 /LCD_CS LCD_E LCD_RW LCD_RS /LED /PANEL_WR /PANEL

5 6 7 8

5 6 7 8

5 6 7 8

10K

10K

/F0_INTREQ /F1_INTREQ

4 5 3 6 2 7 1 8

4 3 2 1

4 5 3 6 2 7 1 8

4 3 2 1

4 3 2 1

4 5 3 6 2 7 1 8

4 3 2 1

5 6 7 8

VCC3 T137 RA8

R162

R163

/RESET_DLY

RD31 RD30 RD29 RD28

RD27 RD26 RD25 RD24

RD23 RD22 RD21 RD20

RD19 RD18 RD17 RD16

RD15 RD14 RD13 RD12

RD11 RD10 RD9 RD8

CN5

TP68

RD7 RD6 RD5 RD4

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4 EXBV8V103J R180 10K R179 10K VCC3

RD3 RD2 RD1 RD0

4 5 3 6 2 7 1 8

ND3 ND2 ND1 ND0

EPCS1

RD[0..31] RA6 RA4 RA3 RA5 RA7 RA2 RA10 RA9 EXBV8V330JEXBV8V330JEXBV8V330JEXBV8V330J EXBV8V330JEXBV8V330JEXBV8V330JEXBV8V330J

/IRL0 /IRL1 /IRL2 /IRL3 DREQ0

RD[0..31]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1.0K

R164

/RESET_DLY

TP91

TP69 TP94 TP93 TP92 TP70

/IRL0 /IRL1 /IRL2 /IRL3 DREQ0 /F0_INTREQ /F1_INTREQ

53398-1090

TP95

2-7
EP1C6F256C7N

TP97

SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL

PC6 CE0.1u

PC12 CE0.1u

/WE0 /RD2 /WR2 TU_STBY TU_STATE TU_ON TU_REV /WR_STB /RBE3 /RBE2 /RBE1 /RBE0 PR_WREN /FIFO_HALF_NET WDT_/OUT WDT_/MR FD_STBY FD_STATE FD_ON FD_REV PINCHPOS HEAD_U/D_D0 HEAD_U/D_D1 /LESSTHANF /LESSTHANS PSFAN_ON HD_POWER /P_SIDE_SENS /MTRERR CROP_ON /SRVBRD_RESET /SERIAL_START

VCC3

R18

33

VCC1.5

R17

33

PC117

PC125

PC113

PC127

PC123

PC115

PC118

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

A7 A10 G8 G10 H7 H9 J8 J10 K7 K9 T7 T10 C1 G6 P1 A14 F10 F7 A3 P16 K11 C16 T3 L7 L10 T14 H6 H11 J6 J5 J11 J12 A1 A16 A5 A12 F6 F8 F9 F11 G7 G9 G11 H8 H10 J7 J9 K6 K8 K10 L6 L8 L9 L11 T1 T5 T12 T16 J13 J14 J15 H15 H14 H2 VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCIO1 VCCIO1 VCCIO1 VCCIO2 VCCIO2 VCCIO2 VCCIO2 VCCIO3 VCCIO3 VCCIO3 VCCIO4 VCCIO4 VCCIO4 VCCIO4 VCCA_PLL1 VCCA_PLL2 GNDA_PLL1 GNDG_PLL1 GNDA_PLL2 GNDG_PLL2 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND nSTATUS TCK TMS TDO TDI DATA0 I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O PLL2_OUTp I/O PLL2_OUTn I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O

D15 D16 E15 E16 F15 F13 F14 F16 G15 G13 G14 H12 J16 K15 K16 L16 L15 L14 M16 M15 L13 M14 M13 N14 L12 K14 K12 N16 N15 R16 P15 P14 N13 R15 T15 P13 R14 R13 T13 R12 P12 M12 M11 M9 N12 N11 P11 R11 P10 N10 T11 R10 N9 P9 T9 R9 M10 M8 P8 N8 T8 R8 N7 P7

F0OUT F0IN RTC_DATA RTC_WDATA RTC_CLK RTC_CE AD_IN /AD_CS AD_CK AD_DATA /ALT_STATUS /ALT_RESET /ALT_DCLK /ALT_DATA /ALT_CONF_DONE /ALT_CONFIG /SENSOR HEAD_IDE

/WE0 /RD2 /WR2 TU_STBY TU_STATE TU_ON TU_REV /WR_STB /RBE3 /RBE2 /RBE1 /RBE0 PR_WREN /FIFO_HALF_NET WDT_/OUT WDT_/MR FD_STBY FD_STATE FD_ON FD_REV PINCHPOS HEAD_U/D_D0 HEAD_U/D_D1 /LESSTHANF /LESSTHANS PSFAN_ON HD_POWER /P_SIDE_SENS /MTRERR CROP_ON /SRVBRD_RESET /SERIAL_START F0OUT F0IN RTC_DATA RTC_WDATA RTC_CLK RTC_CE AD_IN /AD_CS AD_CK AD_DATA /ALT_STATUS /ALT_RESET /ALT_DCLK /ALT_DATA /ALT_CONF_DONE /ALT_CONFIG /SENSOR HEAD_IDE

PC93

PC124

PC139

PC94

PC90

PC96

PC116

RA41 EXBA10E103J VCC3

CLK60_2 /ALT_RESET /ALT_WE /ALT_CS F0_SA_/SWE F0_SA_/SOE F0_SA_/SWE F0_SA_/SOE F0_DAC_A0 F0_DAC_A1 F0_DAC_A2 F0_DAC_A3 FF0_DAC_A0 FF0_DAC_A1 FF0_DAC_A2 FF0_DAC_A3 DDA_CLK DDA_MtoS F0_SAVE F0_SII_in1 F0_SII_in0 C45 C_non F0_DAC_A[0..9] F0_DAC_A[0..9]

CLK60_2

DDA_StoM

R244

FA[16..25] FD[0..31]

FA[16..25] FD[0..31]

/ALT_RESET /ALT_WE /ALT_CS

VCC3

VCC3

RA44 TFN3NTJ000V FF0_DAC_A0 8 1 FF0_DAC_A1 7 2 FF0_DAC_A2 6 3 FF0_DAC_A3 5 4

DD[0..63]

DD[0..63] F0_DAC_A4 F0_DAC_A5 F0_DAC_A6 F0_DAC_A7 8 7 6 5 FF0_DAC_A4 FF0_DAC_A5 FF0_DAC_A6 FF0_DAC_A7 RA45 TFN3NTJ000V 1 2 3 4 FF0_DAC_A4 FF0_DAC_A5 FF0_DAC_A6 FF0_DAC_A7

PC42

CE0.1u

PC55 CE0.1u

IC30

F0_SA_D[0..15] F0_SA_A[0..12] T80 T52 T50 T51 T54 FD4 FD3 FD2 FD8 FD13 FD12 FD1 FD7 FD11 T55 FA18 FA19 FD6 FD0 T53 FD5

DD0 DD1 F0_SA_A0 F0_SA_A1 F0_SA_A2 F0_SA_A3 F0_SA_A4 F0_SA_A5 F0_SA_A9 F0_SA_A8 F0_SA_A6 F0_SA_A10 F0_SA_A7 F0_SA_A11 F0_SA_A12 J3 J2 G1 H1 G16 H16 B2 A2 B3 C4 B4 A4 B5 C5 E5 E6 D5 D6 C6 B6 E7 A6 B7 C7 D7 B8 A8 D8 C8 E8 E10 C9 D9 B9 A9 D10 C10 B10 A11 B11 C11 D11 D12 E9 E11 E12 C12 B12 A13 B13 C13 B14 A15 B15 D13 C14 C15 B16 G12 H13 D14 E13 F12 E14 DDA_CLK DDA_MtoS F0_SAVE F0_SII_in1 F0_SII_in0 F0_SA_D3 F0_SA_D4 F0_SA_D1 F0_SA_D2 F0_SA_D0 F0_SA_D9 F0_SA_D6 F0_SA_D5 F0_SA_D7 F0_SA_D8 F0_SA_D10 F0_SA_D11 F0_SA_D12 F0_SA_D15 F0_SA_D14 F0_SA_D13

FD0 FD1

DD2 DD3

FD2 FD3

VCC3

DD4 DD5 F0_DAC_LAT[0..3] MSEL0 MSEL1 CLK0 CLK1 CLK2 CLK3 I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O F0_DAC_LAT[0..3] F0_DAC_A8 F0_DAC_A9 F0_DAC_LAT0 F0_DAC_LAT1 F0_DAC_LAT2 F0_DAC_LAT3 F0_DAC_B0 F0_DAC_B1 8 7 6 5 RA47 TFN3NTJ000V 1 2 3 4 FF0_DAC_LAT2 FF0_DAC_LAT3 FF0_DAC_B0 FF0_DAC_B1

FD4 FD5

VCC1.5

DD6 DD7 DD8 DD9 F0_DAC_B[0..9] F0_DAC_B[0..9]

FD6 FD7 FD8 FD9

RA46 TFN3NTJ000V FF0_DAC_A8 8 1 FF0_DAC_A9 7 2 FF0_DAC_LAT0 6 3 FF0_DAC_LAT1 5 4

FF0_DAC_A8 FF0_DAC_A9 FF0_DAC_LAT0 FF0_DAC_LAT1 FF0_DAC_LAT2 FF0_DAC_LAT3 FF0_DAC_B0 FF0_DAC_B1

DD10 DD11

FD10 FD11

DD12 DD13

FD12 FD13

DD14 DD15 NCHG[0..3] NCHG[0..3] CH[0..3] F0_DAC_B2 F0_DAC_B3 F0_DAC_B4 F0_DAC_B5 CH[0..3]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

LAB/BA LB0 LB1 GND LB2 LB3 VCC3 LB4 LB5 GND LB6 LB7 HB0 HB1 GND HB2 HB3 VCC3 HB4 HB5 GND HB6 HB7 HAB/BA

/LOE LA0 LA1 GND LA2 LA3 VCC3 LA4 LA5 GND LA6 LA7 HA0 HA1 GND HA2 HA3 VCC3 HA4 HA5 GND HA6 HA7 /HOE

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

FD14 FD15

SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL

PC40 CE0.1u

PC52 CE0.1u

VCC3

VCC3

RA48 TFN3NTJ000V FF0_DAC_B2 8 1 FF0_DAC_B3 7 2 FF0_DAC_B4 6 3 FF0_DAC_B5 5 4

FF0_DAC_B2 FF0_DAC_B3 FF0_DAC_B4 FF0_DAC_B5

PC15

CE0.1u

PC27 CE0.1u

F0_DAC_B6 F0_DAC_B7 F0_DAC_B8 F0_DAC_B9

IC19

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4

FF0_DAC_B6 FF0_DAC_B7 FF0_DAC_B8 FF0_DAC_B9 RA49 TFN3NTJ000V

FF0_DAC_B6 FF0_DAC_B7 FF0_DAC_B8 FF0_DAC_B9

MAIN BOARD_Circuit Diagram 4/9

DD16 DD17

FD16 FD17

DD18 DD19

FD18 FD19

DD20 DD21

FD20 FD21

SCK[0..3] SCK0 SCK1 SCK2 SCK3 SIA_[0..3]

IC35

DD22 DD23 DD24 DD25

FD22 FD23 FD24 FD25

EP1C6F256C8N
LAT[0..3] LAT[0..3]

RA50 TFN3NTJ000V SSCK0 8 1 SSCK1 7 2 SSCK2 6 3 SSCK3 5 4 SIA_0 SIA_1 SIA_2 SIA_3 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 SSI0_A SSI1_A SSI2_A SSI3_A RA51 TFN3NTJ000V

SSCK0 SSCK1 SSCK2 SSCK3 SSI0_A SSI1_A SSI2_A SSI3_A

DD26 DD27

FD26 FD27

DD28 DD29

FD28 FD29

DD30 DD31 F0_SB_/SOE F0_SB_/SWE

FD30 FD31

RA20 RA21

R256 R255

33 33

FA20 FA21

T57 K4 K13 H3 J4 H4 K3 G4 D4 C2 C3 B1 G5 F4 D3 E4 F5 E3 D2 E2 D1 F3 G3 F2 E1 G2 F1 H5 J1 K2 L3 K1 L1 L2 M1 N1 M2 N2 M3 L5 M4 N3 K5 L4 R1 P2 P3 N4 R2 T2 R3 P4 R4 T4 R5 P5 M5 M6 N5 N6 P6 R6 M7 T6 R7 NCHG[0..3] /F0_INTREQ F_ENC_PHB F_ENC_PHA /F0_DAC_RESET /ALT_RD /F0_INTREQ F_ENC_PHB F_ENC_PHA NCHG[0..3]

DCLK CONFIG_DONE nCONFIG nCE nCEO I/O ASDO I/O nCSO I/O INIT_DONE I/O CLKUSR I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O PLL1_OUTp I/O PLL1_OUTn I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O

/ALT_STATUS

/WE1 /RD2

/WE1 /RD2

/ALT_WE /ALT_RD

/ALT_DATA

/CE /CE T106 T102 T81 T101 F0_DAC_A0 F0_DAC_A1 F0_DAC_A2 F0_DAC_A3 F0_DAC_A4 F0_DAC_A5 F0_DAC_A6 F0_DAC_A7 F0_DAC_A8 F0_DAC_A9 F0_DAC_LAT0 F0_DAC_LAT1 F0_DAC_LAT2 F0_DAC_LAT3 F0_DAC_B0 F0_DAC_B1 F0_DAC_B2 F0_DAC_B3 T104 T105 F0_DAC_B4 F0_DAC_B5 F0_DAC_B6 F0_DAC_B7 F0_DAC_B8 F0_DAC_B9 SCK0 SCK1 SCK2 SCK3 SIA_0 SIA_1 SIA_2 SIA_3 SIB_0 SIB_1 SIB_2 SIB_3 F0_SB_A0 F0_SB_A1 F0_SB_A2 F0_SB_A3 F0_SB_A4 F0_SB_A5 F0_SB_A9 F0_SB_A8 F0_SB_A6 F0_SB_A10 F0_SB_A7 F0_SB_A11 F0_SB_A12 T83

/ALT_DCLK /ALT_CONF_DONE /ALT_CONFIG

LAB/BA LB0 LB1 GND LB2 LB3 VCC3 LB4 LB5 GND LB6 LB7 HB0 HB1 GND HB2 HB3 VCC3 HB4 HB5 GND HB6 HB7 HAB/BA SIB_[0..3] SIA_[0..3] SCK[0..3] F0_DAC_B[0..9] F0_DAC_LAT[0..3] F0_DAC_A[0..9] F0_SB_D[0..15] VCC1.5 IC41 CE0.1u PC157 PC160 CE0.1u PC154 CE0.1u PC164 CE0.1u PC166 CE0.1u PC174 CE0.1u PC146 CE0.1u PC165 CE0.1u

/LOE LA0 LA1 GND LA2 LA3 VCC3 LA4 LA5 GND LA6 LA7 HA0 HA1 GND HA2 HA3 VCC3 HA4 HA5 GND HA6 HA7 /HOE

/ALT_STATUS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

/ALT_DATA

2-8
F0_SB_A[0..12] PC142 CE0.1u PC171 CE0.1u PC162 CE0.1u PC159 CE0.1u PC156 CE0.1u PC173 CE0.1u PC155 CE0.1u PC161 CE0.1u PC169 CE0.1u PC170 CE0.1u PC172 CE0.1u PC143 CE0.1u PC163 CE0.1u PC158 CE0.1u PC168 CE0.1u PC144 CE0.1u F0_SB_D0 F0_SB_D1 F0_SB_D2 F0_SB_D3 F0_SB_D4 F0_SB_D5 F0_SB_D6 F0_SB_D7 F0_SB_D8 F0_SB_D9 F0_SB_D10 F0_SB_D11 F0_SB_D12 F0_SB_D13 F0_SB_D14 F0_SB_D15 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 WE CE OE BHE BLE CY7C1021BV33-12ZC NC NC NC VCC3 PC59 CE0.1u 17 0 T107 6 41 40 39 22 23 28 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 16 29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38 5 4 3 2 1 44 43 42 27 26 25 24 21 20 19 18 F0_SB_A0 F0_SB_A1 F0_SB_A2 F0_SB_A3 F0_SB_A4 F0_SB_A5 F0_SB_A6 F0_SB_A7 F0_SB_A8 F0_SB_A9 F0_SB_A10 F0_SB_A11 F0_SB_A12 R281 R_non(10K) VCC3 R280 0 T108 R_non(10K)

/WR2

/WR2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 F0_SB_/SOE F0_SB_/SWE SIB_[0..3]

LAB/BA LB0 LB1 GND LB2 LB3 VCC3 LB4 LB5 GND LB6 LB7 HB0 HB1 GND HB2 HB3 VCC3 HB4 HB5 GND HB6 HB7 HAB/BA

/LOE LA0 LA1 GND LA2 LA3 VCC3 LA4 LA5 GND LA6 LA7 HA0 HA1 GND HA2 HA3 VCC3 HA4 HA5 GND HA6 HA7 /HOE

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL

SIB_[0..3]

PC13 CE0.1u

PC25 CE0.1u

/CS5

/CS5

VCC3

VCC3

LAT[0..3]

LAT[0..3]

SIB_0 SIB_1 SIB_2 SIB_3

RA52 TFN3NTJ000V SSI0_B 8 1 SSI1_B 7 2 SSI2_B 6 3 SSI3_B 5 4

SSI0_B SSI1_B SSI2_B SSI3_B

RA[0..25]

RA[0..25]

PC56

PC57

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

LAT0 LAT1 LAT2 LAT3

IC37

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4

LLAT0 LLAT1 LLAT2 LLAT3 RA53 TFN3NTJ000V

LLAT0 LLAT1 LLAT2 LLAT3

RA16 RA17

R260 R259

33 33

FA16 FA17

RA18 RA19

R258 R257

33 33

FA18 FA19

A7 A10 G8 G10 H7 H9 J8 J10 K7 K9 T7 T10 C1 G6 P1 A14 F10 F7 A3 P16 K11 C16 T3 L7 L10 T14 H6 H11 J6 J5 J11 J12 A1 A16 A5 A12 F6 F8 F9 F11 G7 G9 G11 H8 H10 J7 J9 K6 K8 K10 L6 L8 L9 L11 T1 T5 T12 T16 J13 J14 J15 H15 H14 H2 VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCIO1 VCCIO1 VCCIO1 VCCIO2 VCCIO2 VCCIO2 VCCIO2 VCCIO3 VCCIO3 VCCIO3 VCCIO4 VCCIO4 VCCIO4 VCCIO4 VCCA_PLL1 VCCA_PLL2 GNDA_PLL1 GNDG_PLL1 GNDA_PLL2 GNDG_PLL2 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND nSTATUS TCK TMS TDO TDI DATA0 I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O PLL2_OUTp I/O PLL2_OUTn I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O CH[0..3] CH[0..3] CH0 CH1 CH2 CH3 NCHG0 NCHG1 NCHG2 NCHG3

D15 FD10 D16 FD15 E15 FD9 E16 FD14 F15 T56 F13 NCHG3 F14 NCHG2 F16 NCHG1 G15 NCHG0 G13 FA20 G14 FA22 H12 FA17 J16 T58 K15 T59 K16 CH3 L16 CH2 L15 CH1 L14 CH0 M16 FD30 M15 FD25 L13 T61 M14 FD21 M13 FD16 N14 FD22 L12 T62 K14 FA21 K12 FA16 N16 FD31 N15 FD26 R16 T60 P15 FD27 P14 FD23 N13 FD17 R15 FD28 T15 FD29 P13 FD18 R14 FD24 R13 FD19 T13 FD20 R12 LAT3 P12 LAT2 M12 LAT1 M11 LAT0 M9 T82 N12 N11 P11 F0_SB_D13 R11 F0_SB_D14 P10 F0_SB_D11 N10 F0_SB_D10 T11 F0_SB_D15 R10 F0_SB_D12 N9 F0_SB_D5 P9 F0_SB_D6 T9 F0_SB_D8 R9 F0_SB_D7 M10 F0_SB_D9 M8 F0_SB_D0 F0_SB_D2 P8 N8 F0_SB_D1 T8 F0_SB_D4 R8 F0_SB_D3 N7 /F0_DAC_RESET P7 /ALT_RD

RA22 RA23 RA24 RA25

R254 R253 R252 R251

33 33 33 33

FA22 FA23 FA24 FA25

RA54 TFN3NTJ000V CCH0 8 1 CCH1 7 2 CCH2 6 3 CCH3 5 4 NNCHG0 NNCHG1 NNCHG2 NNCHG3 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 RA55 TFN3NTJ000V IC5 /RESET /RESET 2 1 3 INA INB GND VCC OUTY TC7SET08F 5 4

CCH0 CCH1 CCH2 CCH3

/ALT_WE /ALT_RD

NNCHG0 NNCHG1 NNCHG2 NNCHG3

/CS5

/CS5

/ALT_CS

/ALT_CS

VCC

PC4 CE0.1u /RESET_LCD

T91 T92 T93

FA23 FA24 FA25

SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL

/ALT_DCLK /ALT_CONF_DONE /ALT_CONFIG

PC53 CE0.1u

PC54 CE0.1u

SIB_[0..3] SIA_[0..3] SCK[0..3] F0_DAC_B[0..9] F0_DAC_LAT[0..3] F0_DAC_A[0..9]

/RESET_LCD

VCC3 PC145 CE0.1u

/F0_DAC_RESET /F1_DAC_RESET F0_SAVE F1_SAVE

/F0_DAC_RESET /F1_DAC_RESET F0_SAVE F1_SAVE

R271 R279 R293 R290

0 0 0 0

/FF0_DAC_RESET /FF1_DAC_RESET FF0_P_SAVE FF1_P_SAVE

/FF0_DAC_RESET /FF1_DAC_RESET FF0_P_SAVE FF1_P_SAVE

IC40

R278 1.0K PC167 CE0.1u

F0_SA_D0 F0_SA_D1 F0_SA_D2 F0_SA_D3 F0_SA_D4 F0_SA_D5 F0_SA_D6 F0_SA_D7 F0_SA_D8 F0_SA_D9 F0_SA_D10 F0_SA_D11 F0_SA_D12 F0_SA_D13 F0_SA_D14 F0_SA_D15

7 8 9 10 13 14 15 16 29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15

5 4 3 2 1 44 43 42 27 26 25 24 21 20 19 18

F0_SA_A0 F0_SA_A1 F0_SA_A2 F0_SA_A3 F0_SA_A4 F0_SA_A5 F0_SA_A6 F0_SA_A7 F0_SA_A8 F0_SA_A9 F0_SA_A10 F0_SA_A11 F0_SA_A12

R270 1.0K

F0_SA_/SWE

17

WE

F0_SB_/SWE

R272 F0_SA_/SWE VCC3 R273

T100

R276 F0_SB_/SWE VCC3 R277

CE

F0_SA_/SOE

F0_SA_/SOE

R275 R_non(10K)

VCC3

41

OE

NC NC NC

22 23 28

VCC3 R274

T103

PC58

F0_SB_/SOE

F0_SB_/SOE

R_non(10K)

40 39

BHE BLE

CE0.1u

CY7C1021BV33-12ZC

/ALT_CS /ALT_WE /ALT_RESET CLK60_2

F1_DAC_A[0..9] VCC FF1_DAC_A0 FF1_DAC_A1 FF1_DAC_A2 FF1_DAC_A3 C32 100u/25V + VCC CN18 F_ENC_PHB F_ENC_PHA VCC F1_DAC_A0 F1_DAC_A1 F1_DAC_A2 F1_DAC_A3

F1_SAVE F1_SII_in1 F1_SII_in0

F1_SA_/SWE F1_SA_/SOE

F1_DAC_A[0..9]

RA56 TFN3NTJ000V FF1_DAC_A0 8 1 FF1_DAC_A1 7 2 FF1_DAC_A2 6 3 FF1_DAC_A3 5 4

FD[0..31]

FD[0..31] F1_DAC_A4 F1_DAC_A5 F1_DAC_A6 F1_DAC_A7 8 7 6 5 RA57 TFN3NTJ000V C25 C_non 0 R46 R47 0 1 2 3 4 FF1_DAC_A4 FF1_DAC_A5 FF1_DAC_A6 FF1_DAC_A7 FF1_DAC_A4 FF1_DAC_A5 FF1_DAC_A6 FF1_DAC_A7

FA[16..25]

FA[16..25]

VCC3

T84 T65 T63 T64 T67

/ALT_CS /ALT_WE /ALT_RESET CLK60_2 F1_SA_A0 F1_SA_A1 F1_SA_A2 F1_SA_A3 F1_SA_A4 F1_SA_A5 F1_SA_A9 F1_SA_A8 F1_SA_A6 F1_SA_A10 F1_SA_A7 F1_SA_A11 F1_SA_A12

T87 T85 T86 F1_SAVE F1_SII_in1 F1_SII_in0 F1_SA_D3 F1_SA_D4 F1_SA_D1 F1_SA_D2 F1_SA_D0 F1_SA_D9 F1_SA_D6 F1_SA_D5 F1_SA_D7 F1_SA_D8 F1_SA_D10 F1_SA_D11 F1_SA_D12 F1_SA_D15 F1_SA_D14 F1_SA_D13 F1_SA_/SWE F1_SA_/SOE

J3 J2 G1 H1 G16 H16 B2 A2 B3 C4 B4 A4 B5 C5 E5 E6 D5 D6 C6 B6 E7 A6 B7 C7 D7 B8 A8 D8 C8 E8 E10 C9 D9 B9 A9 D10 C10 B10 A11 B11 C11 D11 D12 E9 E11 E12 C12 B12 A13 B13 C13 B14 A15 B15 D13 C14 C15 B16 G12 H13 D14 E13 F12 E14

VCC1.5 F1_DAC_LAT[0..3] F1_DAC_LAT[0..3] F1_DAC_A8 F1_DAC_A9 F1_DAC_LAT0 F1_DAC_LAT1 FF1_DAC_A8 FF1_DAC_A9 FF1_DAC_LAT0 FF1_DAC_LAT1 FF1_DAC_LAT2 FF1_DAC_LAT3 FF1_DAC_B0 FF1_DAC_B1 F1_DAC_LAT2 F1_DAC_LAT3 F1_DAC_B0 F1_DAC_B1 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 RA59 TFN3NTJ000V FF1_DAC_LAT2 FF1_DAC_LAT3 FF1_DAC_B0 FF1_DAC_B1

FD4 FD3 FD2 FD8 FD13 FD12 FD1 FD7 FD11 T68 FA18 FA19 FD6 FD0 T66 FD5

C26 C_non

MSEL0 MSEL1 CLK0 CLK1 CLK2 CLK3 I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O

RA58 TFN3NTJ000V FF1_DAC_A8 8 1 FF1_DAC_A9 7 2 FF1_DAC_LAT0 6 3 FF1_DAC_LAT1 5 4

F1_DAC_B[0..9]

F1_DAC_B[0..9]

NCHG[4..7] NCHG[4..7] CH[4..7] F1_DAC_B2 F1_DAC_B3 F1_DAC_B4 F1_DAC_B5 FF1_DAC_B2 FF1_DAC_B3 FF1_DAC_B4 FF1_DAC_B5 FF1_DAC_B6 FF1_DAC_B7 FF1_DAC_B8 FF1_DAC_B9 F1_DAC_B6 F1_DAC_B7 F1_DAC_B8 F1_DAC_B9 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 RA61 TFN3NTJ000V FF1_DAC_B6 FF1_DAC_B7 FF1_DAC_B8 FF1_DAC_B9 RA60 TFN3NTJ000V FF1_DAC_B2 8 1 FF1_DAC_B3 7 2 FF1_DAC_B4 6 3 FF1_DAC_B5 5 4 CH[4..7]

MAIN BOARD_Circuit Diagram 5/9

FF0_DAC_A0 FF0_DAC_A2 FF0_DAC_A4 FF0_DAC_A6 FF0_DAC_A8 /FF0_DAC_RESET FF0_DAC_LAT1 FF0_DAC_LAT3 FF0_DAC_B1 FF0_DAC_B3 FF0_DAC_B5 FF0_DAC_B7 FF0_DAC_B9 SSCK1 SSCK3 SSI1_A SSI3_A SSI1_B SSI3_B LLAT1 LLAT3 CCH1 CCH3 NNCHG1 NNCHG3

ENC_PHB FF0_DAC_A0 FF0_DAC_A2 FF0_DAC_A4 FF0_DAC_A6 FF0_DAC_A8 /FF0_DAC_RESET FF0_DAC_LAT1 FF0_DAC_LAT3 FF0_DAC_B1 FF0_DAC_B3 FF0_DAC_B5 FF0_DAC_B7 FF0_DAC_B9 SSCK1 SSCK3 SSI1_A SSI3_A SSI1_B SSI3_B LLAT1 LLAT3 CCH1 CCH3 NNCHG1 NNCHG3

139 137 135 133 131 129 127 125 123 121 119 117 115 113 111 109 107 105 103 101 99 97 95 93 91 89 87 85 83 81 79 77 75 73 71 ENC_PHA FF0_DAC_A1 FF0_DAC_A3 FF0_DAC_A5 FF0_DAC_A7 FF0_DAC_A9 FF0_DAC_LAT0 FF0_DAC_LAT2 FF0_DAC_B0 FF0_DAC_B2 FF0_DAC_B4 FF0_DAC_B6 FF0_DAC_B8 SSCK0 SSCK2 SSI0_A SSI2_A SSI0_B SSI2_B LLAT0 LLAT2 CCH0 CCH2 NNCHG0 NNCHG2

140 138 136 134 132 130 128 126 124 122 120 118 116 114 112 110 108 106 104 102 100 98 96 94 92 90 88 86 84 82 80 78 76 74 72

FF0_DAC_A1 FF0_DAC_A3 FF0_DAC_A5 FF0_DAC_A7 FF0_DAC_A9 FF0_DAC_LAT0 FF0_DAC_LAT2 FF0_DAC_B0 FF0_DAC_B2 FF0_DAC_B4 FF0_DAC_B6 FF0_DAC_B8 SSCK0 SSCK2 SSI0_A SSI2_A SSI0_B SSI2_B LLAT0 LLAT2 CCH0 CCH2 NNCHG0 NNCHG2

SCK[4..7] SCK4 SCK5 SCK6 SCK7 SSCK4 SSCK5 SSCK6 SSCK7 SIA_4 SIA_5 SIA_6 SIA_7 8 7 6 5 RA63 TFN3NTJ000V F1_SB_/SOE F1_SB_/SWE F1_SB_/SOE F1_SB_/SWE SIB_[4..7] 1 2 3 4 SSI4_A SSI5_A SSI6_A SSI7_A SSI4_A SSI5_A SSI6_A SSI7_A

IC36
SIA_[4..7]

EP1C6F256C8N
LAT[4..7] LAT[4..7]

RA62 TFN3NTJ000V SSCK4 8 1 SSCK5 7 2 SSCK6 6 3 SSCK7 5 4

DCLK CONFIG_DONE nCONFIG nCE nCEO I/O ASDO I/O nCSO I/O INIT_DONE I/O CLKUSR I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O PLL1_OUTp I/O PLL1_OUTn I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O

/ALT_STATUS

/ALT_DATA

T112 T116 T111 T88 T110 F1_DAC_A0 F1_DAC_A1 F1_DAC_A2 F1_DAC_A3 F1_DAC_A4 F1_DAC_A5 F1_DAC_A6 F1_DAC_A7 F1_DAC_A8 F1_DAC_A9 F1_DAC_LAT0 F1_DAC_LAT1 F1_DAC_LAT2 F1_DAC_LAT3 F1_DAC_B0 F1_DAC_B1 F1_DAC_B2 F1_DAC_B3 T114 T115 F1_DAC_B4 F1_DAC_B5 F1_DAC_B6 F1_DAC_B7 F1_DAC_B8 F1_DAC_B9 SCK4 SCK5 SCK6 SCK7 SIA_4 SIA_5 SIA_6 SIA_7 SIB_4 SIB_5 SIB_6 SIB_7 F1_SB_A0 F1_SB_A1 F1_SB_A2 F1_SB_A3 F1_SB_A4 F1_SB_A5 F1_SB_A9 F1_SB_A8 F1_SB_A6 F1_SB_A10 F1_SB_A7 F1_SB_A11 F1_SB_A12 T90

K4 /ALT_DCLK /ALT_CONF_DONE K13 /ALT_CONFIG H3 J4 /CE H4 K3 G4 D4 C2 C3 B1 G5 F4 D3 E4 F5 E3 D2 E2 D1 F3 G3 F2 E1 G2 F1 H5 J1 K2 L3 K1 L1 L2 M1 N1 M2 N2 M3 L5 M4 N3 K5 L4 R1 P2 P3 N4 R2 T2 R3 P4 R4 T4 R5 P5 M5 M6 N5 N6 P6 R6 M7 T6 R7

/ALT_DATA

/ALT_STATUS

2-9
LAT[4..7] SIB_4 SIB_5 SIB_6 SIB_7 LAT4 LAT5 LAT6 LAT7 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 RA65 TFN3NTJ000V CH[4..7] NCHG[4..7] CH4 CH5 CH6 CH7 RA66 TFN3NTJ000V CCH4 8 1 CCH5 7 2 CCH6 6 3 CCH7 5 4 /F1_INTREQ F_ENC_PHB F_ENC_PHA /F1_DAC_RESET /ALT_RD /F1_INTREQ F_ENC_PHB F_ENC_PHA NCHG4 NCHG5 NCHG6 NCHG7 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 F1_SB_A[0..12] RA67 TFN3NTJ000V SIB_[4..7] SIA_[4..7] SCK[4..7] F1_DAC_B[0..9] F1_DAC_LAT[0..3] F1_DAC_A[0..9] SIB_[4..7] SIA_[4..7] SCK[4..7] F1_DAC_B[0..9] F1_DAC_LAT[0..3] F1_DAC_A[0..9] F1_SB_D[0..15] F1_SII_in1 F1_SII_in0 F0_SII_in1 F0_SII_in0 F1_SII_in1 F1_SII_in0 F0_SII_in1 F0_SII_in0 R286 R288 R291 R292 IC43 F1_SB_D0 F1_SB_D1 F1_SB_D2 F1_SB_D3 F1_SB_D4 F1_SB_D5 F1_SB_D6 F1_SB_D7 F1_SB_D8 F1_SB_D9 F1_SB_D10 F1_SB_D11 F1_SB_D12 F1_SB_D13 F1_SB_D14 F1_SB_D15 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 WE CE OE BHE BLE CY7C1021BV33-12ZC VCC3 PC61 CE0.1u A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 F1_SB_A0 F1_SB_A1 F1_SB_A2 F1_SB_A3 F1_SB_A4 F1_SB_A5 F1_SB_A6 F1_SB_A7 F1_SB_A8 F1_SB_A9 F1_SB_A10 F1_SB_A11 F1_SB_A12 17 0 T117 6 41 40 39 NC NC NC 22 23 28 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 16 29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38 5 4 3 2 1 44 43 42 27 26 25 24 21 20 19 18 R295 R_non(10K) 0 T118 R_non(10K)

FF1_DAC_A1 FF1_DAC_A3 FF1_DAC_A5 FF1_DAC_A7 FF1_DAC_A9 FF1_DAC_LAT0 FF1_DAC_LAT2 FF1_DAC_B0 FF1_DAC_B2 FF1_DAC_B4 FF1_DAC_B6 FF1_DAC_B8 SSCK4 SSCK6 SSI4_A SSI6_A SSI4_B SSI6_B LLAT4 LLAT6 CCH4 CCH6 NNCHG4 NNCHG6 /P_SIDE_SENS HEAD_U/D_2 PSFAN_ON HEAD_SENS HEAD_TH SSI4_B SSI5_B SSI6_B SSI7_B P_SIDE 42V_SENSE

FF1_DAC_A1 FF1_DAC_A3 FF1_DAC_A5 FF1_DAC_A7 FF1_DAC_A9 FF1_DAC_LAT0 FF1_DAC_LAT2 FF1_DAC_B0 FF1_DAC_B2 FF1_DAC_B4 FF1_DAC_B6 FF1_DAC_B8 SSCK4 SSCK6 SSI4_A SSI6_A SSI4_B SSI6_B LLAT4 LLAT6 CCH4 CCH6 NNCHG4 NNCHG6 /P_SIDE_SENS HEAD_U/D_2 PSFAN_ON HEAD_SENS HEAD_TH P_SIDE 42V_SENSE

RA64 TFN3NTJ000V SSI4_B 8 1 SSI5_B 7 2 SSI6_B 6 3 SSI7_B 5 4

69 67 65 63 61 59 57 55 53 51 49 47 45 43 41 39 37 35 33 31 29 27 25 23 21 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 LLAT4 LLAT5 LLAT6 LLAT7 LLAT4 LLAT5 LLAT6 LLAT7

70 68 66 64 62 60 58 56 54 52 50 48 46 44 42 40 38 36 34 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 TX24-140R-LT-H1

A7 A10 G8 G10 H7 H9 J8 J10 K7 K9 T7 T10 C1 G6 P1 A14 F10 F7 A3 P16 K11 C16 T3 L7 L10 T14 H6 H11 J6 J5 J11 J12 A1 A16 A5 A12 F6 F8 F9 F11 G7 G9 G11 H8 H10 J7 J9 K6 K8 K10 L6 L8 L9 L11 T1 T5 T12 T16 J13 J14 J15 H15 H14 H2 I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O PLL2_OUTp I/O PLL2_OUTn I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O

VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCINT VCCIO1 VCCIO1 VCCIO1 VCCIO2 VCCIO2 VCCIO2 VCCIO2 VCCIO3 VCCIO3 VCCIO3 VCCIO4 VCCIO4 VCCIO4 VCCIO4 VCCA_PLL1 VCCA_PLL2 GNDA_PLL1 GNDG_PLL1 GNDA_PLL2 GNDG_PLL2 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND nSTATUS TCK TMS TDO TDI DATA0

D15 FD10 D16 FD15 E15 FD9 E16 FD14 F15 T69 F13 NCHG7 F14 NCHG6 F16 NCHG5 G15 NCHG4 G13 FA20 G14 FA22 H12 FA17 J16 T71 K15 T72 K16 CH7 L16 CH6 L15 CH5 L14 CH4 M16 FD30 M15 FD25 L13 T74 M14 FD21 M13 FD16 N14 FD22 L12 T75 K14 FA21 K12 FA16 N16 FD31 N15 FD26 R16 T73 P15 FD27 P14 FD23 N13 FD17 R15 FD28 T15 FD29 P13 FD18 R14 FD24 R13 FD19 T13 FD20 R12 LAT7 P12 LAT6 M12 LAT5 M11 LAT4 M9 T89 N12 N11 P11 F1_SB_D13 R11 F1_SB_D14 P10 F1_SB_D11 N10 F1_SB_D10 T11 F1_SB_D15 R10 F1_SB_D12 N9 F1_SB_D5 P9 F1_SB_D6 T9 F1_SB_D8 R9 F1_SB_D7 M10 F1_SB_D9 M8 F1_SB_D0 P8 F1_SB_D2 N8 F1_SB_D1 T8 F1_SB_D4 R8 F1_SB_D3 N7 /F1_DAC_RESET P7 /ALT_RD

FF1_DAC_A0 FF1_DAC_A2 FF1_DAC_A4 FF1_DAC_A6 FF1_DAC_A8 /FF1_DAC_RESET FF1_DAC_LAT1 FF1_DAC_LAT3 FF1_DAC_B1 FF1_DAC_B3 FF1_DAC_B5 FF1_DAC_B7 FF1_DAC_B9 SSCK5 SSCK7 SSI5_A SSI7_A SSI5_B SSI7_B LLAT5 LLAT7 CCH5 CCH7 NNCHG5 NNCHG7 HEAD_U/D_1 HD_POWER FF1_SII_in1 FF1_SII_in0 FF1_P_SAVE FF0_SII_in1 FF0_SII_in0 FF0_P_SAVE

FF1_DAC_A0 FF1_DAC_A2 FF1_DAC_A4 FF1_DAC_A6 FF1_DAC_A8 /FF1_DAC_RESET FF1_DAC_LAT1 FF1_DAC_LAT3 FF1_DAC_B1 FF1_DAC_B3 FF1_DAC_B5 FF1_DAC_B7 FF1_DAC_B9 SSCK5 SSCK7 SSI5_A SSI7_A SSI5_B SSI7_B LLAT5 LLAT7 CCH5 CCH7 NNCHG5 NNCHG7 HEAD_U/D_1 HD_POWER FF1_SII_in1 FF1_SII_in0 FF1_P_SAVE FF0_SII_in1 FF0_SII_in0 FF0_P_SAVE

VCC3 PC151 CCH4 CCH5 CCH6 CCH7 CE0.1u PC189 CE0.1u PC180 CE0.1u PC147 CE0.1u PC148 CE0.1u PC149 CE0.1u PC184 CE0.1u

T70

PC193 NNCHG4 NNCHG5 NNCHG6 NNCHG7 CE0.1u

PC192 CE0.1u

PC183 CE0.1u

PC186 CE0.1u

PC179 CE0.1u

PC150 CE0.1u

PC188 CE0.1u

NNCHG4 NNCHG5 NNCHG6 NNCHG7

VCC1.5 PC178 CE0.1u PC190 CE0.1u PC195 CE0.1u PC176 CE0.1u PC185 CE0.1u PC191 CE0.1u

/ALT_DCLK /ALT_CONF_DONE /ALT_CONFIG /CE

PC177 FF1_SII_in1 FF1_SII_in0 FF0_SII_in1 FF0_SII_in0 CE0.1u

PC187 CE0.1u

PC194 CE0.1u

PC175 CE0.1u

PC182 CE0.1u

PC181 CE0.1u

F1_SA_A[0..12] F1_SA_D[0..15]

R_non(0) R_non(0) R_non(0) R_non(0)

FF1_SII_in1 FF1_SII_in0 FF0_SII_in1 FF0_SII_in0

IC42

F1_SA_D0 F1_SA_D1 F1_SA_D2 F1_SA_D3 F1_SA_D4 F1_SA_D5 F1_SA_D6 F1_SA_D7 F1_SA_D8 F1_SA_D9 F1_SA_D10 F1_SA_D11 F1_SA_D12 F1_SA_D13 F1_SA_D14 F1_SA_D15

7 8 9 10 13 14 15 16 29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15

5 4 3 2 1 44 43 42 27 26 25 24 21 20 19 18

F1_SA_A0 F1_SA_A1 F1_SA_A2 F1_SA_A3 F1_SA_A4 F1_SA_A5 F1_SA_A6 F1_SA_A7 F1_SA_A8 F1_SA_A9 F1_SA_A10 F1_SA_A11 F1_SA_A12

F1_SA_/SWE

17

WE

F1_SB_/SWE

R282 F1_SA_/SWE VCC3 R283

T109

R287 F1_SB_/SWE VCC3 R289

CE

F1_SA_/SOE

F1_SA_/SOE

R285 R_non(10K)

VCC3

41

OE

NC NC NC

22 23 28

VCC3 R284

T113

PC60

F1_SB_/SOE

F1_SB_/SOE

VCC3 R294

R_non(10K)

40 39

BHE BLE

CE0.1u

CY7C1021BV33-12ZC

2
VCC CN6 0

CN17 IC3 R115

VCC

R71

PC510 CE0.1u

2 1

B2PS-VH

+ C35 100u/25V

470 1%

D8 SML312ECT(GRN)

PC216 CE0.1u D7 1SS355 VCC1.5 TP130 PC2 TC74VHCT541AFT CE0.1u + CE0.1u 10K PD[0..7] IC4 R131 52808-2490 0 PD[0..7] R122 TP21 TP22 TP23 0 R121 0 TP20 C44 R120 0 TP17 R250 R242 100 1% 1 R243 + C23 C_non(10u/16V) R249 10 1% VCC3 PC3 CE0.1u TP18 TP19 VCC R147 VCC3 TP45 PC5 CE0.1u R148 10K TP46 10K + CN9 PC504 PC506 10u/16V CE0.1u 10 1% PD7 PD6 PD5 PD4 PD3 PD2 PD1 PD0 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 E DIR 74LVC245 1SS355 VCC1.55 TP143 3 4 120 1% CE0.1u 5 R307 120 1% DB[0..7] IC7 DB[0..7] R308 1.0K 1% R151 10K R306 C36 100u/25V + C51 R305 /PANEL /PANEL_WR /RESET_LCD /PANEL /PANEL_WR /RESET_LCD IC46 PQ070XZ1HZ VO VADJ 1 VIN VC GND 2 19 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 C24 100u/25V 2 E1 E2 VCC 1 19 IC34 3 VI VO ADJ AIC1086PM

D12

/SW2 LCD_RS LCD_RW LCD_E /LCD_CS /LED /SW0 /SW1 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

/SW2 LCD_RS LCD_RW LCD_E /LCD_CS /LED /SW0 /SW1 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

TO PANEL BOARD

VCC

1SS355 IC39 SI-3033ZF

TP138

VCC3

Vi

Vo

R116 R117 R118 R123 R124 R125 R126 R127 R128 R129 R130 R119

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TP2 TP3 TP4 TP5 TP6 TP7 TP8 TP9 TP10 TP11 TP12 TP13 TP14 TP15 TP16

GND

Vc

Sens

R248

C33 10u/16V

PC215 CE0.1u

C34 100u/25V

C46 CE0.1u

10K

PC153 CE0.1u

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

D11

VCC3

VCC3

R247 1.0K

IC33

IC31C

IC31D

PC51

OUT

2 4 3

CE0.1u

VDD NC GND

Cd

C43

74LVC14

VCC3

74LVC14

RN5VD29A

PC47

PC239 CE0.1u

TO SENSOR
10K VCC PC507 CE0.1u R149 10K 53014-0610 CN10

MAIN BOARD_Circuit Diagram 6/9

CE0.01u

CE0.1u

1 2 3 4 5 6

IC500

R150 10K

TP50 TP49 TP48 TP47 PC508 R154 10K CE0.1u

AD_DATA HEAD_U/D_D0 HEAD_U/D_D1 HEAD_IDE VCC3 74LVC541 RA40 RA39 5 4 6 3 7 2 8 1 5 4 6 3 7 2 8 1 CN8 EXBV8V103J F0IN F0OUT CROPMARK TP41 TP43 TP42 TP44 E1 E2 1 19 /SENSOR

R501 R502 R503

100pF

100pF

100pF

33 33 33

AD_OUT HEAD_U/D_1 HEAD_U/D_2 HEAD_SENS

DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 R139 R140 R141 R142 R143 R144 R145 R146 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PRINT_CARRIAGE_ORG PINCH_ROLL_U/D FRONT_COVER MAINTENANCE_COVER R REAR_PAPER FRONT_PAPER CUTTING_CARRIAGE_ORG MAINTENANCE_COVER L

1 2 3 4

TO COVER SW
53398-0490 CN11

VCC3

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

C500

C501

10K

10K

R134

R133

TP139

TP140

TP141

C47 PC62 14 10 11 AD_OUT AD_OUT 9 8 7 R299 0 CE0.1u

TP142

10K

10K

10K

R296

R297

42V_SENSE

42V_SENSE

R70

33

C50

CE1u

R298

2-10
EXBV8V103J F0IN F0OUT CROPMARK PINCHPOS CROP_ONOUT /SERIAL_START /SRVBRD_RESET /MTRERR /LESSTHANF /LESSTHANS PINCHPOS CROP_ONOUT /SERIAL_START /SRVBRD_RESET /MTRERR /LESSTHANF /LESSTHANS TP40 TP39 TP38 TP37 TP36 TP35 TP34

CE0.1u

E1 E2

1 19

C502

PC500

R153 10K

TP59 TP58 TP57 TP54 TP53 TP51 PC505 10u/16V + R155 10K TP62 TP61 TP60

1 2 3 4 5 6

TO PAPER SENSOR
53398-0690 PC509 CE0.1u CN12 1 2 3

74LVC541

TO CUT CARI ORG


53398-0390 VCC VCC IC31E IC31F R267 10K R268 10K CN16

VCC3

TO SERVO BOARD

IC6 /INTDDA R137 0 DDA_MtoS DDA_StoM TP33 TP32 TP31

DO

13 /INTDDA DDA_MtoS DDA_StoM

R132

0 RTC_DATA

RTC_DATA

RTC_WDATA RTC_CLK RTC_CE

RTC_WDATA RTC_CLK RTC_CE

12 2 7

DI CLK CE

VCC3 /Cmd_HS_MtoS /Cmd_HS_StoM Cmd_MtoS Cmd_StoM DDA_CLK 52808-2590 C38 C_non C39 C_non DDA_CLK R136 0 TP25 /Cmd_HS_MtoS /Cmd_HS_StoM Cmd_MtoS Cmd_StoM

D10

INT FOUT

10 3

R135

TP24

EXTIN

EXTIN

10 74LVC14 RXD2 TXD2 RXD2 TXD2

11

12 74LVC14

13

R269 33

CR2032-RTC BACKUP HOLDER BATTERY BCR20V4

R138 10K TP30 TP29 TP28 TP27

TP137 TP134 TP136 TP133 TP135

1 2 3 4 5

TO MONITOR SERIAL
53398-0590

1SS355 D9 R165 10K

VDD

BT1

1SS355

PC69

NC NC NC NC NC

1 4 8 9 14

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

BCR20V4

CE0.1u

11

GND

TEST

RX-4045SA

D503 D501 UDZS 5.1B UDZS 5.1B D500 D502 UDZS 5.1B UDZS 5.1B VCC3

VCC CN7 IC501

R5 R7

10K 10K

CN4

R66

R_non(10K) VCC

HEAD_TH

HEAD_TH

R67

33

TU_STBY TU_STATE FD_STBY FD_STATE

C6 100pF VCC3 PC501 CE0.1u TU_ON TU_REV FD_ON FD_REV E1 E2 1 19

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

CE1u

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

R8 R6 R504 R505 C5 100pF

33 33 33 33 C503 100pF

C504 100pF

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 53014-09 74LVC541

TO TAKE UP UNIT TO FEEDER UNIT

IC44

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 53398-1190

P_SIDE

P_SIDE

R68

33

VDD

C48

3 4 5 6

AIN0 AIN1 AIN2 AIN3

DO SARS

TO HEATER BOARD

C4 100pF

R4 R2 R506 R507 C3 100pF

33 33 33 33 C505 100pF

C506 100pF R3 VCC3 10K R1 10K

CE1u

/AD_CS

CROPMARK

CROPMARK

R69

33

C49

AD_CK AD_IN

2 1 12 13

CS NC CK DI

VREF AGND

D504 D506 UDZS 5.1B UDZS 5.1B D505 D507 UDZS 5.1B UDZS 5.1B

VSS

CE1u

TLC0834ID

VCC3

RD[0..31] RAB[0..24] SDA[0..12] VCC3 VCC3 PC68 CE0.1u IC2 RD0 RD1 RD2 RD3 RD4 RD5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 RD13 RD14 RD15 RDB0 RDB1 RDB2 RDB3 RDB4 RDB5 RDB6 RDB7 RDB8 RDB9 RDB10 RDB11 RDB12 RDB13 RDB14 RDB15 SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL VCC3 VDD WE OE BYTE WP/ACC RESET VSS2 VSS1 52 33 43 PC75 PC74 CE0.1u CE0.1u VCC PC64 CE0.1u CN2 /EPROM SDA0 SDA1 SDA2 SDA3 SDA4 SDA5 SDA6 SDA7 SDA8 SDA9 SDA10 SDA11 SDA12 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 36 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12/NC A13/BA0 A12/BA1 VCC3 /ROE VCC3 PC20 CE0.1u PC22 CE0.1u PC34 CE0.1u PC35 CE0.1u /ROE LDQM DQM 20 21 15 39 DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 SDD16 SDD17 SDD18 SDD19 SDD20 SDD21 SDD22 SDD23 SDD24 SDD25 SDD26 SDD27 SDD28 SDD29 SDD30 SDD31 SDBA0 SDBA1 /SDQM2 /SDQM3 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 /EPROM RDB15 RDB14 RDB13 RDB12 RDB11 RDB10 RDB9 RDB8 RDB7 RDB6 RDB5 RDB4 RDB3 RDB2 RDB1 RDB0 RAB19 RAB21 /RWE CPU_/RBE0 Short Plug Short Plug /RWE CPU_/RBE0 RAB23 RDB[0..15] VCC PC65 CE0.1u PC67 CE0.1u IC13 SDA0 SDA1 SDA2 SDA3 SDA4 SDA5 SDA6 SDA7 SDA8 SDA9 SDA10 SDA11 SDA12 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 36 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12/NC A13/BA0 A12/BA1 VCC3 LDQM DQM PC8 CE0.1u PC9 CE0.1u PC19 CE0.1u PC21 CE0.1u VCC3 20 21 15 39 VCC VCC VCC VCCQ VCCQ VCCQ VCCQ /FROM /RWE /ROE 53 VCC3 R178 4.7K 16 /NET_RESET 14 /RWE /ROE 13 34 /FROM CE 32 RY/BY NC1 NC2 NC3 NC4 NC5 NC6 NC7 37 38 19 18 17 16 CKE CLK CS RAS CAS WE NC VSS VSS VSS VSSQ VSSQ VSSQ VSSQ /NET_RESET 28 41 54 6 12 46 52 40 DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 SDD0 SDD1 SDD2 SDD3 SDD4 SDD5 SDD6 SDD7 SDD8 SDD9 SDD10 SDD11 SDD12 SDD13 SDD14 SDD15 DQ0 DQ1 DQ2 DQ3 DQ4 DQ5 DQ6 DQ7 DQ8 DQ9 DQ10 DQ11 DQ12 DQ13 DQ14 DQ15 RAB1 RAB2 RAB3 RAB4 RAB5 RAB6 RAB7 RAB8 RAB9 RAB10 RAB11 RAB12 RAB13 RAB14 RAB15 RAB16 RAB17 RAB18 RAB19 RAB20 RAB21 RAB22 RAB23 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 A22 17 1 27 28 29 30 55 56 RD0 RD1 RD2 RD3 RD4 RD5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 RD13 RD14 RD15 SDBA0 SDBA1 /SDQM0 /SDQM1 SDCKE SDCLK1R1 /SDCS1 1 14 27 3 9 43 49 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 31 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 54 19 18 11 12 15 2 35 37 39 41 44 46 48 50 36 38 40 42 45 47 49 51 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 /LOE LAB/BA LB0 LA0 LB1 LA1 GND GND LB2 LA2 LB3 LA3 VCC3 VCC3 LB4 LA4 LB5 LA5 GND GND LB6 LA6 LA7 LB7 HA0 HB0 HA1 HB1 GND GND HA2 HB2 HA3 HB3 VCC3 VCC3 HA4 HB4 HA5 HB5 GND GND HA6 HB6 HA7 HB7 /HOE HAB/BA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 SDD[0..31]

RD[0..31]

RAB0 RAB24

TP106 TP105

TP1 TP71

RD0 RD31

IC16A

MAIN BOARD_Circuit Diagram 7/9

RAB0 RAB1 RAB2 RAB3 RAB4 RAB5 RAB6 RAB7 RAB8 RAB9 RAB10 RAB11 RAB12 RAB13 RAB14 RAB15 RAB16 RAB17 RAB18 RAB19 RAB20 RAB21 RAB22 RAB23 RAB24

D18 C19 B20 E17 E18 D19 F17 G17 F18 E19 C20 D20 G16 H17 G18 E20 F19 H18 H16 F20 G19 G20 H19 J17 J18 J16 J19 H20 J20 K20 K18 K17 IC12 EDS2516ADTA-75 TC58FVM7T2AFT

RAD0 RAD1 RAD2 RAD3 RAD4 RAD5 RAD6 RAD7 RAD8 RAD9 RAD10 RAD11 RAD12 RAD13 RAD14 RAD15 RAD16 RAD17 RAD18 RAD19 RAD20 RAD21 RAD22 RAD23 RAD24 RAD25 RAD26 RAD27 RAD28 RAD29 RAD30 RAD31

SDA0 SDA1 SDA2 SDA3 SDA4 SDA5 SDA6 SDA7 SDA8 SDA9 SDA10 SDA11 SDA12 SDBA0 SDBA1

G3 F2 F3 F1 F4 E1 E2 F5 E4 E3 E5 D1 D3 G4 G5

SDA0 SDA1 SDA2 SDA3 SDA4 SDA5 SDA6 SDA7 SDA8 SDA9 SDA10 SDA11 SDA12

2-11
SDCKE SDCLK1R2 /SDCS1 22 22 CKE CLK CS RAS CAS WE NC VCC VCC VCC VCCQ VCCQ VCCQ VCCQ 1 14 27 3 9 43 49 37 38 19 18 17 16 40 /RCS0 DIC-252 /RCS0 JP1 /FROM IC24 EDS2516ADTA-75 /RCS2 1 /FROM 3 5 XJ8C-0611 /RCS2 VSS VSS VSS VSSQ VSSQ VSSQ VSSQ 28 41 54 6 12 46 52

SDD0 SDD1 SDD2 SDD3 SDD4 SDD5 SDD6 SDD7 SDD8 SDD9 SDD10 SDD11 SDD12 SDD13 SDD14 SDD15 SDD16 SDD17 SDD18 SDD19 SDD20 SDD21 SDD22 SDD23 SDD24 SDD25 SDD26 SDD27 SDD28 SDD29 SDD30 SDD31

V2 U2 U3 U4 W1 V1 U1 T2 T3 T1 R5 R2 R3 R4 P5 P2 R1 P1 P3 P4 N3 N2 N4 N5 M3 M4 M5 M2 L2 N1 M1 L1

SDD0 SDD1 SDD2 SDD3 SDD4 SDD5 SDD6 SDD7 SDD8 SDD9 SDD10 SDD11 SDD12 SDD13 SDD14 SDD15 SDD16 SDD17 SDD18 SDD19 SDD20 SDD21 SDD22 SDD23 SDD24 SDD25 SDD26 SDD27 SDD28 SDD29 SDD30 SDD31

RAB18 RAB17 RAB16 RAB15 RAB14 RAB13 RAB12 RAB11 RAB10

TP103 SDCLK

TP102 TP101

RD0 RD1 RD2 RD3 RD4 RD5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 RD13 RD14 RD15 RD16 RD17 RD18 RD19 RD20 RD21 RD22 RD23 RD24 RD25 RD26 RD27 RD28 RD29 RD30 RD31

B12 E12 D13 D14 A12 C12 B13 E14 C13 A13 B14 A14 C14 D15 E13 B15 A15 A16 B16 C15 D16 C16 B17 C17 A17 A18 A19 B18 A20 C18 D17 B19

RD0 RD1 RD2 RD3 RD4 RD5 RD6 RD7 RD8 RD9 RD10 RD11 RD12 RD13 RD14 RD15 RD16 RD17 RD18 RD19 RD20 RD21 RD22 RD23 RD24 RD25 RD26 RD27 RD28 RD29 RD30 RD31

SDQMO SDQM1 SDQM2 SDQM3 SDRAS SDCAS SDWE SDCLK0 SDCLK1 SDCLK2 SDCS0 SDCS1 SDCS2 SDCKE SMROMCKE

H3 H2 G2 G1 H5 H4 H1 L4 K4 J4 K1 K2 J1 J2 E9

TP104

R170 0

R166 R14

1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 49

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 50 PS-50PE-D4T1-PN1 DIC-252

RAB9 RAB8 RAB7 RAB6 RAB5 RAB4 RAB3 RAB2 RAB1 RAB20 RAB22 /NET_RESET CPU_/RBE1 /RCS3

/NET_RESET CPU_/RBE1 /RCS3

CPU_/RBE0 CPU_/RBE1

CPU_/RBE0 R174 CPU_/RBE1 R175

0 0

TP107 TP108

/RWE /ROE /RCS0

/RWE /ROE /RCS0

VCC3

/RCS2 /RCS3

/RCS2 /RCS3

R193 R173 R21 R225 R224 R191

0 0 0 0 0 0

K16 L20 K19 L17 L18 L19 M20 M19 N20 P20 A10

RBEN0 RBEN1 RBEN2 RBEN3 RWE ROE RCS0 RCS1 RCS2 RCS3 EWAIT

PREG PCE1 PCE2 POE PWE PIOR PIOW PWAIT PIOS16

A8 D10 B10 B8 A7 C9 B7 A9 R159 B9 R176

10K 10K

2 4 6

/EPROM

/EPROM

AU1100-300MBD

TP116

R177 10K

VCC3

IC25

/RCS1

1 2

INA INB

VCC

PC36 CE0.1u

GND

OUTY

R22

33

/WR_STB

/WR_STB

SN74LVC1G32DCK

IC16C R508 R509 XTI32 XT032 XPWR32 XAGND32 TP88 XTI12 XTO12 XPWR12 XAGND12 /RBE3 /FIFO_HALF_NET /RBE3 /FIFO_HALF_NET ROMSIZE ROMSEL R513 R_non Y3 C001R 32.768KHz VCC3 PC10 CE0.1u R11 A5 A4 A3 B5 PR_WREN WDT /RBE0 /RBE1 /RBE2 PR_WREN WDT /RBE0 /RBE1 /RBE2 4 3 XPWR12 XAGND12 XPWR12 XAGND12 22 C11 CE4pF Y2 1 2 INH GND FXO-31FL 12.000MHz R228 0 VDD OUT C12 CE4pF XPWR32 XAGND32 XPWR32 XAGND32 B1 B2 0 0 A2 B3 D4 B4 R189 VCC3 10K

WDT

WDT

WDT_/OUT

WDT_/OUT

R226

VCC3

R229 R_non(4.7K)

VCC3

4.7K

PC37 CE0.1u IC26

R227 4.7K

WDT_/MR

WDT_/MR

2 1 3 4

VCC MR GND PFI

WDO RESET WDI PFO

8 7 6 5

GPIO0 GPIO1 GPIO7 GPIO16 GPIO17 GPIO18 GPIO19 GPIO20 GPIO21 GPIO22 GPIO23

C6 D6 D9 Y7 W6 Y6 T9 Y8 V8 U7 V7

R_non 4.7K

4.7K

4.7K

ADM706RARZ
R510 R514 R190 R210 R209
C41 C_non

D2 1SS355 VCC3 VCC1.2 VOUT ADJ 4 R16 100 1% 3 + C15 100u/10V LP3964EMP 2 1 5 VIN SD GND IC17 TP109

MAIN BOARD_Circuit Diagram 8/9

VCC3

L5

XPWR12

MMZ1608S800A

XPWR12

C13 4.7u/16V C20 CE68p R15 10K 1%

R171

PC88 CE0.1u XAGND12

XAGND12

VCC1.2 + + + +

2-12
C17 C16 C19 C18 10u/16V 10u/16V 10u/16V 10u/16V G7 G8 H7 J3 J7 K5 K7 L3 L7 M7 N7 P7 VDDY1 VDDY2 VDDY3 VDDY4 VDDY5 VDDY6 VDDY7 VDDY8 VDDY9 VDDY10 VDDY11 VDDY12 VCC3 + + + + PC107 CE0.1u C21 10u/16V PC108 CE0.1u C22 10u/16V PC103 CE0.1u C8 10u/16V PC106 CE0.1u C14 10u/16V PC136 CE0.1u PC105 CE0.1u PC104 CE0.1u PC89 CE0.1u G9 G10 G11 G12 G13 G14 H14 J14 K14 L14 L16 M14 N14 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 VDDX1 VDDX2 VDDX3 VDDX4 VDDX5 VDDX6 VDDX7 VDDX8 VDDX9 VDDX10 VDDX11 VDDX12 VDDX13 VDDX14 VDDX15 VDDX16 VDDX17 VDDX18 VDDX19 VDDX20 AU1100-300MBD

VCC3

L4

E15 F7 F8 F11 F12 F15 F16 G15 H6 J6 K15 L15 M6 N6 P15 R7 R8 R11 R12 R15 R16 T15 VDDI1 VDDI2 VDDI3 VDDI4 VDDI5 VDDI6 VDDI7 VDDI8 VDDI9 VDDI10 VDDI11 VDDI12 VDDI13 VDDI14 VDDI15 VDDI16 VDDI17 VDDI18 VDDI19 VDDI20 VDDI21 VDDI22

XPWR32

MMZ1608S800A

XPWR32

C10 4.7u/16V

R167

PC87 CE0.1u XAGND32

XAGND32

VSS1 VSS2 VSS3 VSS4 VSS5 VSS6 VSS7 VSS8 VSS9 VSS10 VSS11 VSS12 VSS13 VSS14 VSS15 VSS16 VSS17 VSS18 VSS19 VSS20 VSS21 VSS22 VSS23 VSS24 VSS25 VSS26 VSS27 VSS28 VSS29 VSS30 VSS31 VSS32 VSS33 VSS34 VSS35 VSS36 VSS37 VSS38 VSS39 VSS40 VSS41 VSS42 VSS43 VSS44 VSS45 VSS46 VSS47 VSS48 VSS49 VSS50 VSS51 VSS52 VSS53 VSS54 VSS55 VSS56 VSS57 VSS58 VSS59 VSS60 VSS61 VSS62 VSS63

D11 E10 E16 F6 F9 F10 F13 F14 G6 H8 H9 H10 H11 H12 H13 H15 J5 J8 J9 J10 J11 J12 J13 J15 K3 K6 K8 K9 K10 K11 K12 K13 L5 L6 L8 L9 L10 L11 L12 L13 M8 M9 M10 M11 M12 M13 M15 N8 N9 N10 N11 N12 N13 N15 N16 P6 R6 R9 R10 R13 R14 T5 T16

R211

/NET_RESET

/NET_RESET

D5 D2 E7 /RESET_OUT /RESET_OUT E8 PWR_EN E6 R168 R_non(2.7K)C5 R169 10K C1 VCC3 RESETIN RESETOUT EXTCLK0 EXTCLK1 PWR_EN VDDXOK VSEL

4.7K
VCC3

IC16B

PC38 CE0.1u VCC IC27A IC27B 1 33 74LVC14 74LVC14 TP115 R232 TP120 33 74LVC14 74LVC14 IC27F 9 12 33
4.7K 4.7K 4.7K 4.7K

VCC3 CN13

TP65 TP66

TP67

VCC3 2 53398-0590 4 3 R230 TP64

R213

R172

10K

U0TXD U0RXD

Y13 W19

E11 D12 C11 A11 B11 C10 IC27C 6 5 10 11 IC27E

LCLK LWAIT LWR0 LWR1 LRD0 LRD1

U1TXD U1RXD

V12 T14

R214

5 4 3 2 1

R212

GREEN

ORANGE

R221

U3TXD U3RXD U3CTS U3RTS U3DSR U3DTR U3DCD U3RI IC27D 8 74LVC14 74LVC14 13 R231 L3 MMZ1608S800A PR_RXD PR_TXD PR_RTS PR_CTS

Y12 Y15 U17 W12 Y19 T11 V17 V16

T27

R217 R218

0 0

USBH0P USBH0M

W17 Y18

R223 R222

15K 15K

R160

R161

R196

R197

USBH1P USBH1M VCC3 IC8 TPRXTPRX+ TPTXTPTX+ VCC3 34 33 31 30

Y20 V19

R220 R216

15K 15K

MAIN BOARD_Circuit Diagram 9/9

CN1 8 6 7 4 5 RDCT RD+ GND GND R512

P17 M17 M16 R19 T17 R20 T20 N19 N18 N17 M18 P16 R17 R18 T18 P19 P18 T19 U20 V20 W20 V6 U6

LCD_FCK LCD_LCK LCD_PCK LCD_BIAS LCD_LEND LCD_D0 LCD_D1 LCD_D2 LCD_D3 LCD_D4 LCD_D5 LCD_D6 LCD_D7 LCD_D8 LCD_D9 LCD_D10 LCD_D11 LCD_D12 LCD_D13 LCD_D14 LCD_D15 LCD_PWM0 LCD_PWM1

R_non

2 3 1 9 10 VCC3

TDCT TD+ A_LED_R K_LED_R

49.9 1%

49.9 1%

49.9 1%

49.9 1%

N0TXCLK N0TXEN N0TXD0 N0TXD1 N0TXD2 N0TXD3 N0RXCLK N0RXDV N0RXD0 N0RXD1 N0RXD2 N0RXD3 N0CRS N0COL N0MDC N0MDIO VCC3 R113 R114 330 LED0 LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 DVDD33 DVDD33 AVDD33 PWFBOUT PWFBIN RTL8201BL VCC3 PC73 CE0.1u Y1 1 2 INH GND VDD OUT 4 3 FXO-31FL 25.000MHz R10 22 /RESET_OUT PC72 CE0.1u PC1 CE0.1u 4.7K VCC3 9 10 12 13 15 VCC3 36 L2 MMZ1608S800A 32 8 14 48 R108 1.5K
5.9K 1%

U8 U10 Y11 V10 U9 V9 W11 Y10 W13 U11 T12 T10 Y14 W10 W9 Y9 TXC TXEN TXD0 TXD1 TXD2 TXD3 RXC RXDV RXD0 RXD1 RXD2 RXD3 CRS COL MDC MDIO RXER/FXEN
R107 R156 R157

N0TXCLK N0TXEN N0TXD0 N0TXD1 N0TXD2 N0TXD3 N0RXCLK N0RXDV N0RXD0 N0RXD1 N0RXD2 N0RXD3 N0CRS N0COL N0MDC N0MDIO 7 2 6 5 4 3 16 22 21 20 19 18 23 1 25 26 24

12 11 C7 CE0.1u
R158

1.0K

4.7K 4.7K 4.7K 4.7K

V14 U13 W14 T13 U14 AGND AGND AGND AGND AGND 29 35 11 17 45

R188

R219 R192 R187 R215

ACSYNC ACBCLK ACDO ACDI ACRST

TESTEN TC0 TC1 TC2 TC3

C3 B6 C7 D8 A6

R112 R111 R110 R109

4.7K 4.7K 4.7K 4.7K

R106

2-13
NC RESET ANE DUPLEX SPEED RPTR LDPS RESETB ISOLATE MII X1 X2 27 28 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 46 47 + C9 4.7u/16V L1 MMZ1608S800A C2 C1 CE0.1u CE0.1u VCC3 IC1 1 2 INA INB GND OUTY VCC 5 4 ACT 3 PC66 CE0.1u SN74LVC1G32DCK

T7 V5 T6 V4 Y3 Y2 W4 W3 Y1 T4 W2 V3 U5

SDMS0_CLK SDMS0_CMD SDMS0_DAT0 SDMS0_DAT1 SDMS0_DAT2 SDMS0_DAT3 SDMS1_CLK SDMS1_CMD SDMS1_DAT0 SDMS1_DAT1 SDMS1_DAT2 SDMS1_DAT3 SDMS_MS_EN

R511 R9 R_non 330

A_LED_L K_LED_L J1011F21PNL

FG FG

13 14

TRST TDI TDO TMS TCK

C4 U19 U18 C2 V18

T22 T30 T24 T18 T28

C37 CE0.1u

C40 CE0.1u

VCC3

T29

VCC3

U12 V13 U16 W15

I2SCLK I2SWORD I2SDI I2SDIO

SOCLK SODIN SODOUT SODEN

W16 W18 Y17 U15

PC137 CE0.1u

T31

V15 Y16 V11

IRDATX IRDARX IRFIRSEL

D7 C8

DMA_REQ0 DMA_REQ1

RESVD0 RESVD1 RESVD2 RESVD3 RESVD4 RESVD5

W8 W7 T8 Y5 W5 Y4

AU1100-300MBD

2-3 HEAD BOARD HEAD BOARD_Arrangement Diagram (Component Side)

It indicates the version of the Head Board.

2-14

HEAD BOARD_Arrangement Diagram (Soldering Side)

2-15

F0_DAC_A[0..9] F0_DAC_A0 F0_DAC_A1 F0_DAC_A2 F0_DAC_A3 F0_DAC_A4 F0_DAC_A5 F0_DAC_A6 F0_DAC_A7 F0_DAC_A8 F0_DAC_A9 R16 R15 R14 R13 R29 R30 R31 R32 R33 R34 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 FF0_DAC_A0 FF0_DAC_A1 FF0_DAC_A2 FF0_DAC_A3 FF0_DAC_A4 FF0_DAC_A5 FF0_DAC_A6 FF0_DAC_A7 FF0_DAC_A8 FF0_DAC_A9

FF0_DAC_A[0..9]

C102 C104 C115 C117 C119 C_non C_non C_non C_non C_non C120 C103 C116 C118 C105 C_non C_non C_non C_non C_non VCC F0_DAC_B[0..9] F0_DAC_B0 F0_DAC_B1 F0_DAC_B2 F0_DAC_B3 F0_DAC_B4 F0_DAC_B5 F0_DAC_B6 F0_DAC_B7 F0_DAC_B8 F0_DAC_B9 R12 R11 R10 R9 R23 R24 R25 R26 R27 R28 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 FF0_DAC_B0 FF0_DAC_B1 FF0_DAC_B2 FF0_DAC_B3 FF0_DAC_B4 FF0_DAC_B5 FF0_DAC_B6 FF0_DAC_B7 FF0_DAC_B8 FF0_DAC_B9 FF0_DAC_B[0..9]

VCC

CN4

HEAD BOARD_Circuit Diagram 1/9

C98 C100 C109 C111 C113 C_non C_non C_non C_non C_non C114 C99 C110 C112 C101 C_non C_non C_non C_non C_non F0_DAC_LAT0 F0_DAC_LAT1 F0_DAC_LAT2 F0_DAC_LAT3 F0_DAC_LAT0 F0_DAC_LAT1 F0_DAC_LAT2 F0_DAC_LAT3 R39 R42 R55 R68 180 180 180 180 FF0_DAC_LAT0 FF0_DAC_LAT1 FF0_DAC_LAT2 FF0_DAC_LAT3 FF0_DAC_LAT0 FF0_DAC_LAT1 FF0_DAC_LAT2 FF0_DAC_LAT3

ENC_PHB F0_DAC_A0 F0_DAC_A2 F0_DAC_A4 F0_DAC_A6 F0_DAC_A8 /FF0_DAC_RESET F0_DAC_LAT1 F0_DAC_LAT3 F0_DAC_B1 F0_DAC_B3 F0_DAC_B5 F0_DAC_B7 F0_DAC_B9 SSCK1 SSCK3 SSI1_A SSI3_A SSI1_B SSI3_B LLAT1 LLAT3 CCH1 CCH3 NNCHG1 NNCHG3 R166 R215 R175 R223 R176 R224 R37 R66 R35 R64 R21 R62 C40 C24 C_non C_non C34 C15 C_non C_non 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 ENC_PHA F0_DAC_A1 F0_DAC_A3 F0_DAC_A5 F0_DAC_A7 F0_DAC_A9 F0_DAC_LAT0 F0_DAC_LAT2 F0_DAC_B0 F0_DAC_B2 F0_DAC_B4 F0_DAC_B6 F0_DAC_B8 SSCK0 SSCK2 SSI0_A SSI2_A SSI0_B SSI2_B LLAT0 LLAT2 CCH0 CCH2 NNCHG0 NNCHG2 ENC_PHA F0_DAC_A1 F0_DAC_A3 F0_DAC_A5 F0_DAC_A7 F0_DAC_A9 F0_DAC_LAT0 F0_DAC_LAT2 F0_DAC_B0 F0_DAC_B2 F0_DAC_B4 F0_DAC_B6 F0_DAC_B8 SSCK0 SSCK2 SSI0_A SSI2_A SSI0_B SSI2_B LLAT0 LLAT2 CCH0 CCH2 NNCHG0 NNCHG2

ENC_PHB F0_DAC_A0 F0_DAC_A2 F0_DAC_A4 F0_DAC_A6 F0_DAC_A8 /FF0_DAC_RESET F0_DAC_LAT1 F0_DAC_LAT3 F0_DAC_B1 F0_DAC_B3 F0_DAC_B5 F0_DAC_B7 F0_DAC_B9 SSCK1 SSCK3 SSI1_A SSI3_A SSI1_B SSI3_B LLAT1 LLAT3 CCH1 CCH3 NNCHG1 NNCHG3

R187 R307 R193 R311 R194 R312 R19 R142 R7 R140 R1 R138

470 NON 470 NON 470 NON 470 NON 470 NON 470 NON

139 137 135 133 131 129 127 125 123 121 119 117 115 113 111 109 107 105 103 101 99 97 95 93 91 89 87 85 83 81 79 77 75 73 71 140 138 136 134 132 130 128 126 124 122 120 118 116 114 112 110 108 106 104 102 100 98 96 94 92 90 88 86 84 82 80 78 76 74 72

10K

R155 22K

TX25-140P-LT-H1

10K

R115

42V_SENSE

R153 1.0K

R510

NON

R118

2-16
F1_DAC_A[0..9] F1_DAC_A0 F1_DAC_A1 F1_DAC_A2 F1_DAC_A3 F1_DAC_A4 F1_DAC_A5 F1_DAC_A6 F1_DAC_A7 F1_DAC_A8 F1_DAC_A9 R78 R77 R76 R75 R97 R98 R99 R100 R101 R102 R263 R325 R267 R330 R268 R331 R112 R136 R110 R134 R107 R132 F1_DAC_B[0..9] TP110 TP105 R117 0 TP96 R114 0 /F0_POWER_SAVE /F1_POWER_SAVE TP100 TP95 TP99 F1_DAC_A0 F1_DAC_A0 F1_DAC_A2 F1_DAC_A2 F1_DAC_A4 F1_DAC_A4 F1_DAC_A6 F1_DAC_A6 F1_DAC_A8 F1_DAC_A8 /FF1_DAC_RESET /FF1_DAC_RESET F1_DAC_LAT1 F1_DAC_LAT1 F1_DAC_LAT3 F1_DAC_LAT3 F1_DAC_B1 F1_DAC_B1 F1_DAC_B3 F1_DAC_B3 F1_DAC_B5 F1_DAC_B5 F1_DAC_B7 F1_DAC_B7 F1_DAC_B9 F1_DAC_B9 SSCK5 470 SSCK5 NON SSCK7 SSCK7 SSI5_A 470 SSI5_A NON SSI7_A SSI7_A SSI5_B 470 SSI5_B NON SSI7_B SSI7_B LLAT5 470 LLAT5 NON LLAT7 LLAT7 CCH5 470 CCH5 NON CCH7 CCH7 NNCHG5 470 NNCHG5 NON NNCHG7 NNCHG7 HEAD_U/D_H HEAD_U/D_H HD_POWER HD_POWER 70 68 66 64 62 60 58 56 54 52 50 48 46 44 42 40 38 36 34 32 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 F1_DAC_B0 F1_DAC_B1 F1_DAC_B2 F1_DAC_B3 F1_DAC_B4 F1_DAC_B5 F1_DAC_B6 F1_DAC_B7 F1_DAC_B8 F1_DAC_B9 R82 R81 R80 R79 R91 R92 R93 R94 R95 R96 VCC3 F1_DAC_LAT0 F1_DAC_LAT1 F1_DAC_LAT2 F1_DAC_LAT3 F1_DAC_LAT0 F1_DAC_LAT1 F1_DAC_LAT2 F1_DAC_LAT3 R109 R116 R129 R144

FF1_DAC_A[0..9] 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 FF1_DAC_A0 FF1_DAC_A1 FF1_DAC_A2 FF1_DAC_A3 FF1_DAC_A4 FF1_DAC_A5 FF1_DAC_A6 FF1_DAC_A7 FF1_DAC_A8 FF1_DAC_A9

F1_DAC_A1 F1_DAC_A3 F1_DAC_A5 F1_DAC_A7 F1_DAC_A9 F1_DAC_LAT0 F1_DAC_LAT2 F1_DAC_B0 F1_DAC_B2 F1_DAC_B4 F1_DAC_B6 F1_DAC_B8 SSCK4 SSCK6 SSI4_A SSI6_A SSI4_B SSI6_B LLAT4 LLAT6 CCH4 CCH6 NNCHG4 NNCHG6

F1_DAC_A1 F1_DAC_A3 F1_DAC_A5 F1_DAC_A7 F1_DAC_A9 F1_DAC_LAT0 F1_DAC_LAT2 F1_DAC_B0 F1_DAC_B2 F1_DAC_B4 F1_DAC_B6 F1_DAC_B8 SSCK4 SSCK6 SSI4_A SSI6_A SSI4_B SSI6_B LLAT4 LLAT6 CCH4 CCH6 NNCHG4 NNCHG6

R233 R277 R238 R286 R239 R287 R60 R105 R58 R103 R53 R89

470 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 470 470

C134 C136 C143 C141 C139 C_non C_non C_non C_non C_non C138 C135 C142 C140 C137 C_non C_non C_non C_non C_non FF1_DAC_B[0..9]

HEAD_U/D_L PSFAN_ON

HEAD_U/D_L PSFAN_ON HEAD_SENS HEAD_TH

HEAD_TH

P_SIDE

P_SIDE

+41V

69 67 65 63 61 59 57 55 53 51 49 47 45 43 41 39 37 35 33 31 29 27 25 23 21 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1

180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180 180

FF1_DAC_B0 FF1_DAC_B1 FF1_DAC_B2 FF1_DAC_B3 FF1_DAC_B4 FF1_DAC_B5 FF1_DAC_B6 FF1_DAC_B7 FF1_DAC_B8 FF1_DAC_B9

C152 C150 C148 C130 C132 C_non C_non C_non C_non C_non C147 C131 C151 C149 C133 C_non C_non C_non C_non C_non

IC500

/P_SIDE_SENS

/P_SIDE_SENS

74LV1G08

VCC

180 180 180 180

FF1_DAC_LAT0 FF1_DAC_LAT1 FF1_DAC_LAT2 FF1_DAC_LAT3

FF1_DAC_LAT0 FF1_DAC_LAT1 FF1_DAC_LAT2 FF1_DAC_LAT3

PC500

CE0.1u C84 C64 C_non C_non C73 C60 C_non C_non

VHV0 VHV0 IC3 VCC45 CN1 20 18 16 R167 1 R168 43 510 TR5 2SC4131 R3 24 TR1 2SC2873 C106 CE0.1u + C3 22u/50V NPNB FB PNPB VCC3 4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 VCC3 COM0_B LAT RST PSAVE R169 43 PC7 CE0.1u R162 10 C107 CE0.022u P_SIDE LAT0 CH0 NCHG0 TR2 2SA1213 HEAD_TH 510 TR6 2SA1746 R4 R17 4.7 /0.25W DAOUT 5 6 23 8 22 VCC C1 CE0.1u

FF0_DAC_B[0..9]

FF0_DAC_B[0..9]

FF0_DAC_B0 FF0_DAC_B1 FF0_DAC_B2 FF0_DAC_B3 FF0_DAC_B4 FF0_DAC_B5 FF0_DAC_B6 FF0_DAC_B7 FF0_DAC_B8 FF0_DAC_B9

FF0_DAC_LAT0 /FF0_DAC_RESET

/F0_POWER_SAVE

TP15

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

HEAD0

FF0_DAC_A[0..9]

FF0_DAC_A[0..9]

E09A54RA

IC4 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R163 R5 510 R170 43 TR7 2SC4131 R502 R_non 1 VCC3 24 20 18 16 TR3 2SC2873 C7 CE0.1u 22

SCK0_YA SCK0_ZA SI0_YA SI0_ZA SCK0_YB SCK0_ZB SI0_YB SI0_ZB

VHV0 VHV0 GND GND COM0_A GND COM0_A GND COM0_A GND COM0_B GND COM0_B GND COM0_B GND VCC HEAD_TH GND P_SIDE GND LAT0 GND CH0 GND NCHG0 GND GND SCK0_YA SCK0_ZA SI0_YA SI0_ZA SCK0_YB SCK0_ZB SI0_YB SI0_ZB 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 36FMN-BTK

HEAD BOARD_Circuit Diagram 2/9

FF0_DAC_A0 FF0_DAC_A1 FF0_DAC_A2 FF0_DAC_A3 FF0_DAC_A4 FF0_DAC_A5 FF0_DAC_A6 FF0_DAC_A7 FF0_DAC_A8 FF0_DAC_A9 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 VCC3 COM0_A LAT RST PSAVE R171 43 PC8 CE0.1u R164 R6 510 C108 CE0.022u TR4 2SA1213 TR8 2SA1746 10 R18 4.7 /0.25W DAOUT 5 6 23 8

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

TP16

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

2-17
E09A54RA IC1 R38 LAT0 R36 CH0 R22 R20 R8 R2 C13 C8 CE100p CE100p PC1 CE0.1u CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p C2 C10 C9 C4 100 R174 0 NCHG1 100 R165 0 CH1 E1 E2 TC74VHCT541AFT VCC 100 R173 0 LAT1 100 R157 0 NCHG0 100 R172 0 100 R156 0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 TP17 R180 10 10 10 TP9 TP7 TP8 10 10 R159 10 TP6 TP5 R158 C5 CE220p TP11 TP10 TP18 R179 TP14 R178 TP13 R177 10 TP2 R160 R161 TP3 TP4 10 TP1 TP12 SI0_YB C12 CE220p SI0_ZB SI0_YA C11 CE220p SI0_ZA SCK0_YB C6 CE220p SCK0_ZB SCK0_YA SCK0_ZA 2 3 6 5 10 11 14 13 PC6 CE0.1u

LLAT0 CCH0 NNCHG0

LLAT0 CCH0 NNCHG0

LLAT1 CCH1 NNCHG1

LLAT1 CCH1 NNCHG1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 19

VCC3

IC2

SSI0_B

SSI0_B

1A

1Y 1Z

SSI0_A

SSI0_A

2A

2Y 2Z

SSCK0

SSCK0

3A

3Y 3Z

15

4A

4 12

4Y 4Z

G G

HD151031FPEL

VCC3

2
VHV0 FF0_DAC_B[0..9] IC7 VCC45 VCC TR16 2SC2873 C123 CE0.1u TR12 2SC4131 R190 43 + C23 NON CN2 R203 1 510 R48 22 C14 CE0.1u VHV0

D1 1SS355

FF0_DAC_B[0..9]

VCC

IC30

VCC3

VCC

VOUT

1 NPNB FB PNPB VCC3 24

CTL

NC

C97 CE0.33u

GND

BA33DD0WHFP

R151 10K

C94 CE0.1u(NON) 5 6 VCC3 COM1_B VCC R500 10K C122 CE0.022u R501 HEAD_SENS HEAD_U/D_L C500 CE100p LAT1 CH1 NCHG1 IC8 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R201 1 R188 43 510 TR10 2SC4131 R503 R_non R45 VCC3 24 20 18 16 TR14 2SC2873 C22 CE0.1u 22 SCK1_ZA SCK1_YA SI1_ZA SI1_YA SCK1_ZB SCK1_YB SI1_ZB SI1_YB FF0_DAC_A[0..9] TR15 2SA1213 33 HEAD_U/D_H /P_SIDE_SENS LAT RST PSAVE R189 43 PC10 CE0.1u R202 R47 510 TR11 2SA1746 10 R46 4.7 /0.25W DAOUT 23 TP27 8

C92 220u/6.3V EEEFK0J221P

FF0_DAC_B0 FF0_DAC_B1 FF0_DAC_B2 FF0_DAC_B3 FF0_DAC_B4 FF0_DAC_B5 FF0_DAC_B6 FF0_DAC_B7 FF0_DAC_B8 FF0_DAC_B9 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 20 18 16

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

FF0_DAC_LAT1 /FF0_DAC_RESET

/F0_POWER_SAVE

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

HEAD1

E09A54RA

HEAD BOARD_Circuit Diagram 3/9

FF0_DAC_A[0..9]

VHV0 VHV0 GND COM1_A GND COM1_A GND COM1_A GND COM1_B GND COM1_B GND COM1_B GND VCC /P_SIDE_SENS GND HEAD_U/D_H HD_SENS HEAD_U/D_L GND LAT1 GND CH1 GND NCHG1 GND SCK1_ZA SCK1_YA SI1_ZA SI1_YA SCK1_ZB SCK1_YB SI1_ZB SI1_YB 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

FF0_DAC_A0 FF0_DAC_A1 FF0_DAC_A2 FF0_DAC_A3 FF0_DAC_A4 FF0_DAC_A5 FF0_DAC_A6 FF0_DAC_A7 FF0_DAC_A8 FF0_DAC_A9 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 VCC3 COM1_A LAT RST PSAVE R195 43 PC11 CE0.1u R200 R44 510 C121 CE0.022u TR13 2SA1213 TR9 2SA1746 10 R43 4.7 /0.25W DAOUT 5 6 23 TP28 8

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

36FMN-BTK

VCC

+41V

PSFAN_ON

C89 220u/10V

C96 CE0.1u

C93 470u/63V

C95 CE0.1u

CN13

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

2-18
E09A54RA VHV0 F1 01543.15DR TR66 2SJ535 F2 SSI1_A 01543.15DR VHV2 SSCK1 F3 15 2 VHV3 DTC114EK F4 01543.15DR(NON) VCC3 PC9 CE0.1u TR65 01543.15DR 4 12 4A G G HD151031FPEL SSCK1 9 3A R152 2.2K/0.5W SSI1_A VHV1 SSI1_B SSI1_B VCC3 IC6 R154 1K/0.5W 1 7 1A 2A 1Y 1Z 2Y 2Z 3Y 3Z 4Y 4Z 2 3 6 5 10 11 14 13

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

B9P-VH

+41V

TP35 R198 TP36 R199 TP33 R196 TP34 R197 TP19 R184 TP20 R183 TP22 R182 TP21 R181

10 10 10 TP30 10 10 10 10 10 TP23 TP25 TP32

TP31 SI1_YB C21 CE220p TP29 C20 CE220p TP26 C17 CE220p TP24 C16 CE220p SI1_ZB SI1_YA SI1_ZA SCK1_YB SCK1_ZB SCK1_YA SCK1_ZA

CN9

CN11

1 2

1 2 3 4

TH1

5267-02A

TO Cooling FAN

53398-0490

103HT

CN12

1 2

NON

HD_POWER

VHV1 VHV1 IC11 VCC45 CN3 20 18 16 R213 1 R216 43 510 TR21 2SC4131 R49 24 TR17 2SC2873 C124 CE0.1u + C26 NON NPNB FB PNPB VCC3 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 VCC3 COM2_B LAT RST PSAVE R217 43 R56 4.7 /0.25W TR22 2SA1746 C125 CE0.022u TR18 2SA1213 LAT2 CH2 NCHG2 PC13 CE0.1u R204 R50 510 10 DAOUT 22

FF0_DAC_B[0..9]

FF0_DAC_B[0..9]

C25 CE0.1u

FF0_DAC_B0 FF0_DAC_B1 FF0_DAC_B2 FF0_DAC_B3 FF0_DAC_B4 FF0_DAC_B5 FF0_DAC_B6 FF0_DAC_B7 FF0_DAC_B8 FF0_DAC_B9

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

FF0_DAC_LAT2 /FF0_DAC_RESET

5 6

/F0_POWER_SAVE

23

TP37

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

HEAD2

E09A54RA

FF0_DAC_A[0..9] IC12 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R205 R51 510 R218 43 TR23 2SC4131 R504 R_non 1 VCC3 24 20 18 16 TR19 2SC2873 C28 CE0.1u 22 SCK2_YA SCK2_ZA SI2_YA SI2_ZA SCK2_YB SCK2_ZB SI2_YB SI2_ZB

FF0_DAC_A[0..9]

VHV1 VHV1 GND GND COM2_A GND COM2_A GND COM2_A GND COM2_B GND COM2_B GND COM2_B GND GND ENC_PH_A GND ENC_PH_B GND LAT2 GND CH2 GND NCHG2 GND GND SCK2_YA SCK2_ZA SI2_YA SI2_ZA SCK2_YB SCK2_ZB SI2_YB SI2_ZB 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 36FMN-BTK

HEAD BOARD_Circuit Diagram 4/9

FF0_DAC_A0 FF0_DAC_A1 FF0_DAC_A2 FF0_DAC_A3 FF0_DAC_A4 FF0_DAC_A5 FF0_DAC_A6 FF0_DAC_A7 FF0_DAC_A8 FF0_DAC_A9 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 VCC3 COM2_A VCC R219 43 PC14 CE0.1u R206 10 C126 CE0.022u TR20 2SA1213 R41 ENC_PHA 100 74LVC14 C19 CE1000p IC5A 2 1 R191 33 510 TR24 2SA1746 R52 R57 4.7 /0.25W R185 1.0K LAT RST PSAVE DAOUT

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

5 6

23

TP38

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

2-19
E09A54RA IC9 R67 LAT2 R65 CH2 R63 R61 R59 R54 C38 C35 CE100p CE100p PC3 CE100p CE100p ENC_PHB 100 CE0.1u CE100p CE100p R40 4 C32 C33 C29 C27 100 R222 0 NCHG4 100 R214 0 CH4 E1 E2 TC74VHCT541AFT VCC 100 R221 0 LAT4 VCC3 100 R208 0 NCHG2 100 R220 0 100 R207 0 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 1 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 IC10 TP53 R228 10 TP54 R227 TP52 R226 TP51 10 TP47 R225 10 TP40 R211 TP39 R212 TP41 R209 VCC3 PC12 CE0.1u TP42 R210 10 TP44 C30 CE220p 10 10 10 TP46 TP43 TP45 C31 CE220p 10 TP49 TP48 C36 CE220p 1A 2A 3A 4A G G HD151031FPEL 4Y 4Z 14 13 3Y 3Z 10 11 2Y 2Z 6 5 1Y 1Z 2 3 TP50 SI2_YB C37 CE220p SI2_ZB SI2_YA SI2_ZA SCK2_YB SCK2_ZB SCK2_YA SCK2_ZA

IC5C 6 74LVC14 IC5D 8 VCC 10 PC2 CE0.1u R186 1.0K 74LVC14 IC5F IC5B 3 74LVC14 C18 CE1000p R192 74LVC14 33 12 13 74LVC14 IC5E 11 9 5

LLAT2 CCH2 NNCHG2

LLAT2 CCH2 NNCHG2

LLAT4 CCH4 NNCHG4

LLAT4 CCH4 NNCHG4

VCC3

SSI2_B

SSI2_B

SSI2_A

SSI2_A

SSCK2

SSCK2

15

4 12

2
VHV3 VHV3 IC13 VCC45 CN8 20 18 16 R295 NON R296 NON NON TR53 NON R125 24 TR49 NON C156 NON + C70 NON NPNB FB PNPB VCC3 4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 VCC3 COM3_B LAT RST PSAVE R297 NON PC16 NON R292 NON C157 NON TR50 NON LAT3 CH3 NCHG3 NON TR54 NON R126 R130 NON DAOUT VCC 5 6 23 8 22

FF0_DAC_B[0..9]

FF0_DAC_B[0..9]

C69 NON

FF0_DAC_B0 FF0_DAC_B1 FF0_DAC_B2 FF0_DAC_B3 FF0_DAC_B4 FF0_DAC_B5 FF0_DAC_B6 FF0_DAC_B7 FF0_DAC_B8 FF0_DAC_B9

FF0_DAC_LAT3 /FF0_DAC_RESET

/F0_POWER_SAVE

TP55

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

HEAD3

NON

FF0_DAC_A[0..9] IC14 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R293 NON R298 NON NON TR55 NON R505 R_non R127 VCC3 24 20 18 16 TR51 NON C71 NON 22 SCK3_YA SCK3_ZA SI3_YA SI3_ZA SCK3_YB SCK3_ZB SI3_YB SI3_ZB

HEAD BOARD_Circuit Diagram 5/9

FF0_DAC_A[0..9]

VHV3 VHV3 GND GND COM3_A GND COM3_A GND COM3_A GND COM3_B GND COM3_B GND COM3_B GND VCC GND GND GND GND LAT3 GND CH3 GND NCHG3 GND GND SCK3_YA SCK3_ZA SI3_YA SI3_ZA SCK3_YB SCK3_ZB SI3_YB SI3_ZB 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 NON

FF0_DAC_A0 FF0_DAC_A1 FF0_DAC_A2 FF0_DAC_A3 FF0_DAC_A4 FF0_DAC_A5 FF0_DAC_A6 FF0_DAC_A7 FF0_DAC_A8 FF0_DAC_A9 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 VCC3 COM3_A LAT RST PSAVE R299 NON R131 NON TR56 NON C158 NON TR52 NON PC17 NON R294 NON NON R128 DAOUT 5 6 23 8

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

TP56

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

2-20
NON IC26 1 1A TP134 R315 NON TP125 TP123 TP124 TP121 TP122 NON TP126 NON TP130 R314 TP129 R313 NON NON NON NON TP118 R304 TP117 R305 TP119 R302 VCC3 PC24 NON TP120 R303 C75 NON TP127 2A 3A 4A G G NON 4Y 4Z 14 13 3Y 3Z 10 11 2Y 2Z 6 5 1Y 1Z 7 9 15 4 12 C81 NON TP133 R316 NON TP128 SI3_YB SI3_ZB SI3_YA C80 NON SI3_ZA SCK3_YB C76 NON SCK3_ZB SCK3_YA SCK3_ZA 2 3

VCC3

SSI3_B

SSI3_B

SSI3_A

SSI3_A

SSCK3

SSCK3

VHV1 VHV1 IC18 VCC45 VCC 20 18 16 R243 1 R237 43 510 TR28 2SC4131 R74 24 TR32 2SC2873 CN5 C129 CE0.1u + C44 22u/50V NPNB FB PNPB VCC3 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 VCC3 COM4_B LAT RST PSAVE R236 43 PC19 CE0.1u R242 10 C128 CE0.022u TR31 2SA1213 LAT4 CH4 NCHG4 IC19 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R241 1 R235 43 510 TR26 2SC4131 R506 R_non R71 VCC3 24 20 18 16 TR30 2SC2873 C43 CE0.1u 22 SCK4_ZA SCK4_YA SI4_ZA SI4_YA SCK4_ZB SCK4_YB SI4_ZB SI4_YB 510 TR27 2SA1746 R73 R72 4.7 /0.25W DAOUT 22 C39 CE0.1u

FF1_DAC_B[0..9]

FF1_DAC_B[0..9]

FF1_DAC_B0 FF1_DAC_B1 FF1_DAC_B2 FF1_DAC_B3 FF1_DAC_B4 FF1_DAC_B5 FF1_DAC_B6 FF1_DAC_B7 FF1_DAC_B8 FF1_DAC_B9

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

FF1_DAC_LAT0 /FF1_DAC_RESET

5 6

/F1_POWER_SAVE

23

TP77

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

HEAD4

E09A54RA

HEAD BOARD_Circuit Diagram 6/9

FF1_DAC_A[0..9]

FF1_DAC_A[0..9]

VHV1 VHV1 GND COM4_A GND COM4_A GND COM4_A GND COM4_B GND COM4_B GND COM4_B GND GND VCC GND GND GND GND GND LAT4 GND CH4 GND NCHG4 GND SCK4_ZA SCK4_YA SI4_ZA SI4_YA SCK4_ZB SCK4_YB SI4_ZB SI4_YB 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 36FMN-BTK

FF1_DAC_A0 FF1_DAC_A1 FF1_DAC_A2 FF1_DAC_A3 FF1_DAC_A4 FF1_DAC_A5 FF1_DAC_A6 FF1_DAC_A7 FF1_DAC_A8 FF1_DAC_A9 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 VCC3 COM4_A LAT RST PSAVE R234 43 PC20 CE0.1u R240 10 C127 CE0.022u TR29 2SA1213 510 TR25 2SA1746 R70 R69 4.7 /0.25W DAOUT

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

5 6

23

TP78

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

2-21
E09A54RA IC16 R113 LAT5 R111 CH5 R108 R106 100 R265 0 LAT6 R104 R90 C59 C56 C54 CE100p C55 C51 C50 CE100p PC4 CE100p CE0.1u CE100p CE100p CE100p 100 R266 0 NCHG6 100 R262 0 CH6 E1 E2 TC74VHCT541AFT VCC 100 R253 0 NCHG5 100 R264 0 100 R252 0 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 1 19 IC15 1 1A 1Y 1Z TP71 R247 TP69 R244 TP70 10 TP66 R245 10 TP57 R232 TP58 R231 TP60 R230 TP59 R229 10 10 10 10 TP61 TP63 TP62 TP64 C42 CE220p 10 2Y 2Z 3Y 3Z 4Y 4Z 14 13 10 11 6 5 2A 3A 4A G G HD151031FPEL VCC3 PC15 CE0.1u C41 CE220p 2 3 7 9 TP72 R246 10 TP68 TP65 C45 CE220p TP67 SI4_YB C46 CE220p SI4_ZB SI4_YA SI4_ZA SCK4_YB SCK4_ZB SCK4_YA SCK4_ZA

LLAT5 CCH5 NNCHG5

LLAT5 CCH5 NNCHG5

LLAT6 CCH6 NNCHG6

LLAT6 CCH6 NNCHG6

VCC3

SSI4_B

SSI4_B

SSI4_A

SSI4_A

SSCK4

SSCK4

15

4 12

2
VHV2 VHV2 22 CN6 20 18 16 R251 1 R258 43 510 TR37 2SC4131 R83 24 TR33 2SC2873 C144 CE0.1u + C48 NON VCC

FF1_DAC_B[0..9] VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB VCC3

FF1_DAC_B[0..9]

C47 CE0.1u

IC21

FF1_DAC_B0 FF1_DAC_B1 FF1_DAC_B2 FF1_DAC_B3 FF1_DAC_B4 FF1_DAC_B5 FF1_DAC_B6 FF1_DAC_B7 FF1_DAC_B8 FF1_DAC_B9 VCC3 COM5_B

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9

FF1_DAC_LAT1 /FF1_DAC_RESET R259 43 PC22 CE0.1u R248 R84 510 C145 CE0.022u TR34 2SA1213 LAT5 CH5 NCHG5 TR38 2SA1746 10 R87 4.7 /0.25W

5 6

LAT RST

/F1_POWER_SAVE

23

TP91

PSAVE

DAOUT

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

HEAD5

E09A54RA

FF1_DAC_A[0..9]

FF1_DAC_A[0..9]

IC22 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R249 R85 510 R260 43 TR39 2SC4131 R507 R_non 1 VCC3 24 20 18 16 TR35 2SC2873 C49 CE0.1u 22

HEAD BOARD_Circuit Diagram 7/9

SCK5_YA SCK5_ZA SI5_YA SI5_ZA SCK5_YB SCK5_ZB SI5_YB SI5_ZB

VHV2 VHV2 GND GND COM5_A GND COM5_A GND COM5_A GND COM5_B GND COM5_B GND COM5_B GND VCC GND GND GND GND LAT5 GND CH5 GND NCHG5 GND GND SCK5_YA SCK5_ZA SI5_YA SI5_ZA SCK5_YB SCK5_ZB SI5_YB SI5_ZB 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 36FMN-BTK

FF1_DAC_A0 FF1_DAC_A1 FF1_DAC_A2 FF1_DAC_A3 FF1_DAC_A4 FF1_DAC_A5 FF1_DAC_A6 FF1_DAC_A7 FF1_DAC_A8 FF1_DAC_A9 VCC3 COM5_A

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9

5 6

LAT RST R261 43 PC23 CE0.1u R250 R86 510 C146 CE0.022u TR36 2SA1213 TR40 2SA1746 10 R88 4.7 /0.25W

23

TP92

PSAVE

2-22
TP89 R272 10 10 10 TP83 TP81 TP82 TP79 TP80 10 TP84 TP85 TP86 SI5_YB TP90 R271 TP88 R270 TP87 R269 TP74 R256 10 10 10 TP73 R257 TP75 R254 TP76 R255 10 C58 CE220p SI5_ZB SI5_YA C57 CE220p SI5_ZA SCK5_YB C53 CE220p SCK5_ZB SCK5_YA C52 CE220p SCK5_ZA 1Y 1Z 2Y 2Z 3Y 3Z 4Y 4Z 14 13 10 11 6 5 2 3 VCC3 PC18 CE0.1u

DAOUT

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

E09A54RA

VCC3

IC17

SSI5_B

SSI5_B

1A

SSI5_A

SSI5_A

2A

SSCK5

SSCK5

3A

15

4A

4 12

G G

HD151031FPEL

VHV2 VHV2 C61 CE0.1u VCC45 VCC 20 18 16 R285 1 R281 43 510 TR44 2SC4131 R124 24 TR48 2SC2873 C155 CE0.1u + C66 22u/50V CN7 NPNB FB PNPB VCC3 22

FF1_DAC_B[0..9]

FF1_DAC_B[0..9]

IC23

FF1_DAC_B0 FF1_DAC_B1 FF1_DAC_B2 FF1_DAC_B3 FF1_DAC_B4 FF1_DAC_B5 FF1_DAC_B6 FF1_DAC_B7 FF1_DAC_B8 FF1_DAC_B9 VCC3 COM6_B

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9

FF1_DAC_LAT2 /FF1_DAC_RESET R280 43 PC25 CE0.1u R284 10 C154 CE0.022u TR47 2SA1213 LAT6 CH6 NCHG6 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R283 1 R279 43 510 TR42 2SC4131 R508 R_non R121 VCC3 24 20 18 16 TR46 2SC2873 C65 CE0.1u 22 SCK6_ZA SCK6_YA SI6_ZA SI6_YA SCK6_ZB SCK6_YB SI6_ZB SI6_YB 510 TR43 2SA1746 R123 R122 4.7 /0.25W

5 6

LAT RST

/F1_POWER_SAVE

23

TP115

PSAVE

DAOUT

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

HEAD6

E09A54RA

FF1_DAC_A[0..9]

FF1_DAC_A[0..9]

IC24

VHV2 VHV2 GND COM6_A GND COM6_A GND COM6_A GND COM6_B GND COM6_B GND COM6_B GND GND VCC GND GND GND GND GND LAT6 GND CH6 GND NCHG6 GND SCK6_ZA SCK6_YA SI6_ZA SI6_YA SCK6_ZB SCK6_YB SI6_ZB SI6_YB 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 36FMN-BTK

HEAD BOARD_Circuit Diagram 8/9

FF1_DAC_A0 FF1_DAC_A1 FF1_DAC_A2 FF1_DAC_A3 FF1_DAC_A4 FF1_DAC_A5 FF1_DAC_A6 FF1_DAC_A7 FF1_DAC_A8 FF1_DAC_A9 VCC3 COM6_A

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9

5 6

LAT RST R278 43 PC26 CE0.1u R282 10 C153 CE0.022u TR45 2SA1213 510 TR41 2SA1746 R120 R119 4.7 /0.25W

23

TP116

PSAVE

DAOUT

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

2-23
R143 LAT3 R141 CH3 R139 NCHG3 R137 LAT7 R135 R133 C82 C78 NON NON NON NON VCC PC5 NON NON NON C79 C77 C74 C72 NON R310 NON NCHG7 NON R306 NON CH7 E1 E2 NON R309 NON NON R301 NON NON R308 NON NON R300 NON D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 TP114 R290 10 10 10 TP109 TP106 TP107 10 10 10 R273 10 TP104 TP103 R275 TP98 R274 TP97 TP102 TP101 C63 CE220p TP113 R291 TP111 R288 TP112 TP93 R276 TP94 R289 10 TP108 SI6_YB C68 CE220p SI6_ZB SI6_YA C67 CE220p SI6_ZA SCK6_YB SCK6_ZB SCK6_YA C62 CE220p SCK6_ZA 1Y 1Z 2Y 2Z 3Y 3Z 4Y 4Z 14 13 10 11 6 5 2 3 VCC3 PC21 CE0.1u

E09A54RA

IC25

LLAT3 CCH3 NNCHG3

LLAT3 CCH3 NNCHG3

LLAT7 CCH7 NNCHG7

LLAT7 CCH7 NNCHG7

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 19

NON

VCC3

IC20

SSI6_B

SSI6_B

1A

SSI6_A

SSI6_A

2A

SSCK6

SSCK6

3A

15

4A

4 12

G G

HD151031FPEL

2
VHV3 VHV3 C83 NON VCC45 VCC 20 18 16 R329 NON R324 NON NON TR60 NON R150 24 TR64 NON C161 NON + C88 NON CN10 NPNB FB PNPB VCC3 22

FF1_DAC_B[0..9]

FF1_DAC_B[0..9]

IC27

FF1_DAC_B0 FF1_DAC_B1 FF1_DAC_B2 FF1_DAC_B3 FF1_DAC_B4 FF1_DAC_B5 FF1_DAC_B6 FF1_DAC_B7 FF1_DAC_B8 FF1_DAC_B9 VCC3 COM7_B

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9

FF1_DAC_LAT3 /FF1_DAC_RESET R323 NON PC27 NON R328 NON C160 NON TR63 NON LAT7 CH7 NCHG7 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R327 NON R322 NON NON TR58 NON R509 R_non R147 VCC3 24 20 18 16 TR62 NON C87 NON 22 SCK7_ZA SCK7_YA SI7_ZA SI7_YA SCK7_ZB SCK7_YB SI7_ZB SI7_YB NON TR59 NON R149 R148 NON

5 6

LAT RST

/F1_POWER_SAVE

23

TP131

PSAVE

DAOUT

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

HEAD7

NON

FF1_DAC_A[0..9]

FF1_DAC_A[0..9]

HEAD BOARD_Circuit Diagram 9/9

IC28

VHV3 VHV3 GND COM7_A GND COM7_A GND COM7_A GND COM7_B GND COM7_B GND COM7_B GND GND VCC GND GND GND GND GND LAT7 GND CH7 GND NCHG7 GND SCK7_ZA SCK7_YA SI7_ZA SI7_YA SCK7_ZB SCK7_YB SI7_ZB SI7_YB 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 NON

FF1_DAC_A0 FF1_DAC_A1 FF1_DAC_A2 FF1_DAC_A3 FF1_DAC_A4 FF1_DAC_A5 FF1_DAC_A6 FF1_DAC_A7 FF1_DAC_A8 FF1_DAC_A9 VCC3 COM7_A

4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9

5 6

LAT RST R321 NON R145 NON TR57 NON C159 NON TR61 NON PC28 NON R326 NON NON R146

23

TP132

PSAVE

2-24
TP150R334 NON NON NON TP144 TP142 TP141 TP140 TP139 NON TP143 TP146 C91 NON TP145 SI7_YB TP149 R335 TP147R332 TP148 R333 NON NON NON NON TP135R320 TP136 R319 TP138R318 VCC3 PC29 NON TP137 R317 C85 NON SI7_ZB SI7_YA C90 NON SI7_ZA SCK7_YB C86 NON SCK7_ZB SCK7_YA SCK7_ZA 1Y 1Z 2Y 2Z 3Y 3Z 4Y 4Z 14 13 10 11 6 5 2 3

DAOUT

DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND3 GND45 VOUTGND

9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14

NON

VCC3

IC29

SSI7_B

SSI7_B

1A

SSI7_A

SSI7_A

2A

SSCK7

SSCK7

3A

15

4A

4 12

G G

NON

2-4 SERVO BOARD SERVO BOARD_Arrangement Diagram (Component Side)

It indicates the version of the Board. 2-25

SERVO BOARD_Arrangement Diagram (Soldering Side)

2-26

VCC3

8 7 6 5

1 8 2 7 3 6 4 5

1 8 2 7 3 6 4 5
RA16 EXBV8V102J

RA18 EXBV8V103J

R133

1 2 3 4

R95 1 2 3 4

TP147 TP157 TP155 /H8S_RESET /RD /HWR /LWR 220 C103 CE0.1u R100 1.8K CLK32 /SensWOrg IC16 IC13 VCC3 VCC3 D[0..15] Y2 8.0MHz T17 /StepDrvEnable

VCC3 C104 CE18p C102 CE22p R154 MtrW_PB MtrW_PA MtrH_PB MtrH_PA

To MOTSENS JUNCTION BOARD

CN1

VCC

/CS1 /CS2

10K

10K

8 7 6 5

R130 220 RA21 EXBA10E103J RA12 EXBA10E103J

LED1

SEL6410E

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

TP156 TP158 TP159

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 I/O0 I/O1 I/O2 I/O3 I/O4 I/O5 I/O6 I/O7 WE CS OE GND CY7C1399 PC25 CE0.1u VCC3 28 /HWR 27 20 22 14 WE CS OE GND CY7C1399 I/O0 I/O1 I/O2 I/O3 I/O4 I/O5 I/O6 I/O7 /LWR /CS1 20 22 14 27

11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19

D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15

11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19

TP58 TP76

+A_I0 +B_I0 -A_I0 -B_I0 +A_I1 +B_I1 -A_I1 -B_I1 +A_I2 +B_I2 -A_I2 -B_I2 +A_I3 +B_I3 -A_I3 -B_I3 Sol_+ Sol_-

D8 D9 D10 D11

D12 D13 D14

VCC

TP2 TP1

T11 VCC3 /RD

T18

R153

T4 T14 LED SEL SEL1

D8 10 D9 2 D10 9 D11 3 D12 8 D13 4 D14 7 D15 5

Q1 DTC114EK

33

SEL SEL1

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14

21 23 24 25 26 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 VCC3

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 VCC3

21 23 24 25 26 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 28

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 VCC3 PC24 CE0.1u

26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 VCC3 PC28 CE0.1u

Cmd_StoM Cmd_MtoS /Cmd_HS_StoM /Cmd_HS_MtoS

108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73


PC23 CE0.1u

R12 R11

100 100

@/SensWOrg @/SensC0

52808-2691

SERVO BOARD_Circuit Diagram 1/4

C7

C6

SEL2 RST

CE470p

CE470p

VCC3 VCC3 1

VCC3 D15 D0 D1 D2 D3

A[1..16]

VCC3

RA23 EXBA10E103J

C106 CE1.0u

R160

R159 10K

R109 R108

10K 10K

VCC D4 D5 D6 D7 6 MtrI3_PB MtrI3_PA T43 T47 FWE

T66

10K(NON)

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

12K 0.1% R166

P51/RXD2/IRQ1 P50/TXD2/IRQ0 PH1/CS5 PH0/CS4 PG3/CS3 PG2/CS2 PG1/CS1 PG0/CS0 STBY GND XTAL EXTAL VCC3 PF7/CLKOUT PLLVCC RES PLLVSS PF6/AS PF5/RD PF4/HWR PF3/LWR PF2/LCAS/IRQ15 PF1/UCAS/IRQ14 PF0/WAIT P65/TMO1/DACK1/IRQ13 P64/TMO0/DACK0/IRQ12 P63/TMCI1/TEND1/IRQ11 P62/TMCI0/TEND0/IRQ10 PD0/D8 PD1/D9 PD2/D10 PD3/D11 GND PD4/D12 PD5/D13 PD6/D14

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

10K

To MOTSENS JUNCTION BOARD


CE0.1u

10K

R168

R167

RA10 EXBV8V103J

1 2 3 4

CN2

8 7 6 5

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

PC22

8 7 6 5

IC19E

IC19D

CE0.1u

5 4 3 2 1

74LVC14

74LVC14

53398-0590

R169 10K

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Monitor
A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16

11

10

MD2 P83/ETEND3/(IRQ3) P84/EDACK2/(IRQ4) P85/EDACK3/(IRQ5) VCC3 PC0/A0 PC1/A1 PC2/A2 PC3/A3 PC4/A4 PC5/A5 GND PC6/A6 PC7/A7 PB0/A8 PB1/A9 PB2/A10 PB3/A11 GND PB4/A12 PB5/A13 PB6/A14 PB7/A15 PA0/A16 PA1/A17 GND PA2/A18 PA3/A19 PA4/A20 PA5/A21 PA6/A22 PA7/A23 NC P70/EDREQ0/(DREQ0) P71/EDREQ1/(DREQ1) P72/ETEND0/(TEND0)

MtrI0_PB MtrI0_PA A[1..16]

IC19C T58 VCC3

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7

A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

TP74 TP73 TP68 TP64 TP57 TP53 TP40 TP39 TP38 TP37 TP36 TP34 TP29 TP26 TP23 TP18 TP27 TP30 R105 10K VCC3 1 R106 NON

+A_C0 +B_C0 -A_C0 -B_C0 +A_W +B_W -A_W -B_W +A_C1 +B_C1 -A_C1 -B_C1 +A_H +B_H -A_H -B_H +FAN -FAN

13

12

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

74LVC14 IC19F RA19 EXBA10E103J

A16

VCC

10K

10K

TP19TP17TP8

74LVC14

JP2 Pad

RA20 EXBA10E103J

MtrC1_PB MtrC1_PA MtrC0_PB MtrC0_PA MtrA_PB MtrA_PA

Serial_LOAD

52808-2691

R152 R132

26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 3 FWE R107 0

R9 R10 R13

100 100 100

@/SensCVOrg @/SensC1 @/SensHOrg

C5

C8

C9

CE470p

CE470p

CE470p

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

RA17 EXBA10E102J

1 2 3 4

2-27
Mstep2B Mstep2A Mstep1B Mstep1A Mstep0B Mstep0A

RA22 EXBA10E103J

Therm T72 T65 T71 T64 T70 /SensCov Serial_IN

RA11 EXBA10E103J

VCC PC11 CE0.1u TP154 /StepDrvEnable MtrADcy IC14

IC18

/SensC0 /SensC1 /SensCVOrg

/SerialStart

/SensWOrg Sol_Rush Sol_Hold Mstep_Hold

IC15

@/SensC0 @/SensC1 @/SensCVOrg @/SensWOrg @/SensHOrg @/SensR0 @/SensR1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

/SensHOrg

H8S/267X-QFP144

1 19

E1 E2

VCC3

Ctrg_RXD

74LVC541

PC14

Ctrg_TXD

FANPWM1 FANPWM2

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 MtrI2_PB MtrI2_PA MtrI1_PB MtrI1_PA Serial_CLK Serial_LOAD Serial_OUT Serial_STORE 1 19

CE0.1u

109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 P52/SCK2/IRQ2 P53/ADTRG/IRQ3 PH2/CS6/(IRQ6) PH3/CS7/OE/(IRQ7) PG4/BREQO PG5/BACK PG6/BREQ VCC3 P40/AN0 P41/AN1 P42/AN2 P43/AN3 VREF AVCC P44/AN4 P45/AN5 P46/AN6/DA0 P47/AN7/DA1 P54/AN12/IRQ4 P55/AN13/IRQ5 P56/AN14/DA2/IRQ6 P57/AN15/DA3/IRQ7 AVSS NC P35/SCK1/(OE) P34/SCK0 P33/RXD1 GND P32/RXD0/IrRXD P31/TXD1 P30/TXD0/IrTXD P80/EDREQ2/(IRQ0) P81/EDREQ3/(IRQ1) P82/ETEND2/(IRQ2) MD0 MD1

CPU ID:0010

VCC

VCC3

PD7/D15 PE0/D0 PE1/D1 PE2/D2 PE3/D3 VCC3 PE4/D4 PE5/D5 PE6/D6 PE7/D7 FWE P61/TMRI1/DREQ1/IRQ9 P60/TMRI0/DREQ0/IRQ8 P27/PO7/TIOCB5/EDRAK1/(IRQ15) P26/PO6/TIOCA5/EDRAK0/(IRQ14) P25/PO5/TIOCB4/(IRQ13) P24/PO4/TIOCA4/(IRQ12) P23/PO3/TIOCD3/(IRQ11) P22/PO2/TIOCC3/(IRQ10) P21/PO1/TIOCB3/(IRQ9) P20/PO0/TIOCA3/(IRQ8) P17/PO15/TIOCB2/TCLKD/EDRAK3 P16/PO14/TIOCA2/EDRAK2 P15/PO13/TIOCB1/TCLKC P14/PO12/TIOCA1 GND P13/PO11/TIOCD0/TCLKB P12/PO10/TIOCC0/TCLKA P11/PO9/TIOCB0 P10/PO8/TIOCA0 P75/EDACK1/(DACK1) P74/EDACK0/(DACK0) P73/ETEND1/(TEND1) VCC3 NMI WDTOVF

72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 E1 E2

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

/StepDrvEnable1 /StepDrvEnable2 @Sol_ @Fan0 @FanFA @FANPWM1 @FANPWM2

74VHCT541 RA15 EXBA10E102J VCC3

CN12

PC27

VCC3 VCC3 R49 10K

VCC

VMTD

10K

10K

10K

C92 + 100u/63V TP82 isp Download TP143 TP81 VCC3 CN5 CN13 TP80 TP79 TP77 CN8 TMS TCK R46 10K IC9 R89 C75 CE470p 52808-0691 100 TP142 TP140 TP141 TP139 VCC TDO TDI TP169 TP166 VCC TP167 TP160

TP165 TP163 TP161 TP164


/StepDrvEnable

IC23 MTD2005F

VMTD

R114

R113

R111

19 24

VCC ALM

VMMA VMMB

1 14

TP168

SolDecay SolPh

D82 D1FS6

To INKTANK BOARD

R181 NON

FL17

/SOL_EN

26 17 18

PHA PHB DECAY

SolPWM 53398-0890

R180 0

OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 SerCtrg_CLK SerCtrg_LOAD SerCtrg_OUT SerCtrg_IN 1 2 3 4 5 6

3 7 8 12

D81 D1FS6

EXCML20A390

D74 R117 D1FS6 1.0ohm/1W

FL18

EXCML20A390

R179 NON

TP162

VCC3 R112 10K

27 16

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

ENA A ENA B

D73 D1FS6

PinchPos /Crop_ON CropSens

R178 R110 NON 52808-1291 T63 T5 T6 T7 PC15 VCC VCC CN3 CE0.1u R38 10K TP69 TP65 TP71 TP66 TP62 +27 C88 CE0.1u 1 19 E1 E2 74VHCT541 R39 C34 CE470p 100
4

C114

23 20 25

VCC Ser500_CLK Ser500_LOAD Ser500_OUT VCC

VREFA VREFB CR

FANPWM2

NON

NON

22

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

To CUT CARI BOARD


SerTU_STORE

SerTU_CLK SerTU_LOAD SerTU_OUT SerTU_IN

VSA

RSA

NC

RSB

R188

10K

CE820p

LG A LG B GND GND NC NC NC NC NC NC VSB 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 Serial_IN Serial_OUT PC16 CE1.0u


/RD

28 15 HS1 HS2 2 4 6 9 11 13 21

CE3900p

13

C119

10

R192 220

C117

12K 0.1%

R118 CropSens R119 100 VCC3 RX1 100K


100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76

R116

R189 3403A
11

0 2 C87 CE470p

R182 0(NON)

100K 0.1%

CropMark

IC26A 3 + Serial_LOAD Serial_CLK

R201

SOL_CURNT

3403A

12K 0.1%

SOL_CURNT

TP89

TP90

TP91

100K 0.1%

A[1..4] TDI Ser500_IN R82 CE470p C70 /SensCov R150 C101 CE470p 100 100 Serial_STORE TDI_1

R200 4.7K 0.1%

R115 4.7K 0.1%

TP95

TP96

TP97

TP98

R85 CLK32 PC18 CE1.0u VM T20 T21 VCC R86 10K Ctrg_RXD IC10 MtrW_1_ MtrW_0_ MtrI3_1_ MtrI3_0_ MtrI2_1_ M4A3-64/64 TQFP100 PC19 CE1.0u

33

A1 A2 A3 A4 D0 D1 D2 D3 T9 T10 T12 T13 T15 T16

/StepDrvEnable1 MtrADcy MtrA_PA MtrA_PB

TP101

TP102

TP106

TP107

TP99

D[0..3]

GND GND I/O7 A14 I/O6 A12 I/O5 A10 I/O4 A8 I/O3 A6 I/O2 A4 I/O1 A2 I/O0 A0 VCC3 GND GND VCC3 I5 I/O63 D0 I/O62 D2 I/O61 D4 I/O60 D6 I/O59 D8 I/O58 D10 I/O57 D12 I/O56 D14 GND GND

TP92

VCC

R199

SERVO BOARD_Circuit Diagram 2/4

VCC

TP125

TP126

TP129

TP130

TP131

100u/25V

/CS2 Mstep0A Mstep0B Mstep1A Mstep1B Mstep_Hold T22 T25 TMS TCK

+27
GND GND I/O24 B14 IO/25 B12 I/O26 B10 I/O27 B8 I/O28 B6 I/O29 B4 I/O30 B2 I/O31 B0 I2 VCC3 GND GND VCC3 I/O32 C0 I/O33 C2 I/O34 C4 I/O35 C6 I/O36 C8 I/O37 C10 I/O38 C12 I/O39 C14 GND GND

1 2 3 4 5 6 R177 47/1W Q5 2SK2796S 2 3


1 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

+41

R165 100

R155 2.2K/0.5W

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 GND TDI I/O8 A1 I/O9 A3 I/O10 A5 I/O11 A7 I/O12 A9 I/O13 A11 I/O14 A13 I/O15 A15 I1/CLK0 VCC3 GND I1/CLK1 I/O16 B15 I/O17 B13 I/O18 B11 I/O19 B9 I/O20 B7 I/O21 B5 I/O22 B3 I/O23 B1 TMS TCK GND GND TDO TRST I/O55 D1 I/O54 D3 I/O53 D5 I/O52 D7 I/O51 D9 I/O50 D11 I/O49 D13 I/O48 D15 I4/CLK3 GND VCC3 I3/CLK2 I/O47 C15 I/O46 C13 I/O45 C11 I/O44 C9 I/O43 C7 I/O42 C5 I/O41 C3 I/O40 C1 ENABLE GND R142 100 C73 CE470p RST SEL2 SEL1 SEL 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51

B6P-VH

Ctrg_TXD

TP132

CN16

+ C90

+ C105 CE470p
MtrH_0_ MtrH_1_ /LWR MtrI0_0_ MtrI0_1_ MtrI1_0_ MtrI1_1_ MtrC0_0_ MtrC0_1_ MtrC1_0_ MtrC1_1_ MtrI2_0_

MtrPower

C82 1000u/63V

Q3

1.0K

C89 100u/63V

R162

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

To MAIN BOARD
R104 1.0K IC19B +27 4 /RESET R60 0ohm/1W D42 + D2FS6(NON) TP93 TP75 IC28 1 2 3 4 Source1 Gate1 Source2 Gate2 UPA1759 L2 Drain1 Drain1 Drain2 Drain2 8 7 6 5 C37 10u/100V(NON) L1 74LVC14 3

CX1

CN11 52808-2591

R164 NON

NON

VCC3

T59

150

R99

R98

R151 150

RN5VD29A

VCC3

R149 22K

Cmd_StoM Cmd_MtoS

CE0.1u

GND

Cd

22K

DDA_CLK

PC30

T60 T61 T62 T67

/Cmd_HS_StoM /Cmd_HS_MtoS

T68 T73 T74 TP137 TP133 TP136 TP135

VCC3

DDA_StoM DDA_MtoS INTDDA

VCC

/LESSTHANS /LESSTHANF /MTRERR /SRVBRD_RESET /SerialStart @FanFA @Fan0 @FANPWM1 @FANPWM2 4 3 2 1 RA4 EXBV8V101J 5 4 5 6 3 6 7 2 7 8 1 8

T75 T76 T77 T78 T79 T80 T81

/Crop_ON PinchPos

T82

CropMark

T83 T84 IC27

F0out

F0in

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 L RCH895-181K(NON) D51 D2FS6 C42 10u/100V + L RCH895-181K Therm D70 D2FS6 C53 10u/100V L3 L RCH895-181K D69 D2FS6 UPA1759 L4 C120 CE0.1u L RCH895-181K C58 10u/100V + + 1 2 3 4 +15 Source1 Gate1 Source2 Gate2 Drain1 Drain1 Drain2 Drain2 8 7 6 5

+27

GND

Mstep2A Mstep2B Sol_Rush Sol_Hold VCC3 +41 RA6 EXBA10E102J +27 PC17 CE1.0u VCC3 MtrWDcy MtrI3Dcy MtrI2Dcy MtrI1Dcy MtrI0Dcy MtrHDcy MtrC1Dcy MtrC0Dcy VCC R148 100 @/SensR0 @/SensR1 R97 +FAN -FAN C80 TP85 TP78 CN4 CE470p C100 CE470p 100 1 2 3 4 TP94 TP88 TP105

IC26B

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

for TU
53398-0790

CN6

+41

VMTD

D17 DE3L20U

for 500cc

R101 1K/0.5W

Q4 2SJ535

R176 D72 PTZ43A 47/1W

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

52808-2891(NON)

VCC

VCC3 CN14

2-28
53398-0490 CN7 1 2 3 53398-0390 +27 D52 D1FL20U(NON) TP100 TP3 Sol_+ Sol_D1FL20U(NON) D71 T2 TP124 8 7 6 5

DTC114EK

VCC3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

for 500cc
5267-09A(NON)

IC21

R163 1.0K T69

IC19A

VDD

OUT

C83

74LVC14

TP145 TP144 TP146

CE0.1u

Sensor(Reserve)
CN10

PC29

D78

CE0.1u

1SS355

TP138 TP152 TP153

R187

R186

R185

Q8

VCC3

1 2 3 4 5 6 53398-0690(NON)

IN

OUT

10K

10K

10K

GND

R194 10K

uPC2933T

To HEAD BOARD

C85 C123 100u/25V CE0.1u

D77

To FAN JUNCTION BOARD

IC25 TA7815

1SS355

T85

VI

VO

C129 CE0.1u

C84 100u/25V

TP134

IC29

R134

100

@Sol_

T8

1 2 3 4

Source1 Drain1 Gate1 Drain1 Source2 Drain2 Gate2 Drain2

R135 0

UPA1759(NON)

VCC VCC

R96 1.0K T3 /StepDrvEnable2 VCC PC1 CE0.1u C12 CE0.22u/50V TP148 TP120 VMTD TP150 19 24 VCC ALM D34 D1FS6 VMMA VMMB CE0.22u/50V 26 17 18 PHA PHB DECAY D38 D1FS6 R53 1.0K CE0.047u TP84 TP83 23 20 25 VCC 22 C47
RSA NC RSB

T1

R94 1.0K

/StepDrvEnable1 VMTD PC5 CE0.1u C36 CE0.22u/50V C35 VMTD 1 14 IC5 MTD2005F VCC VMTD

VCC

VMTD

PC3 CE0.1u TP9 TP10 TP5 25 3 VCC ALM D1 D1FS6(NON) FL8 TP32 EXCML20A390 TP112 R50 MtrH_0_ 3.3K C46 27 16 ENA A ENA B D36 D1FS6 D18 D1FS6(NON) TP28 FL7 D20 EXCML20A390 D1FS6(NON) TP35 FL6 D19 EXCML20A390 D1FS6(NON) TP119 R51 MtrH_1_ 3.3K VSA D21 EXCML20A390 D1FS6(NON) R52 CE0.047u 10K R40
5 13 10

C26

TP43 IC1 MTD2005(NON) C18 VMMA VMMB 8 20 CE0.22u/50V

CE0.22u/50V

TP44

C32

TP42

IC3 MTD2005

VMTD

MtrI0_PA MtrI0_PB MtrI0Dcy

25 3

VCC ALM TP21 R126 MtrI2_0_ 3.3K R14 1.0K C10 CE0.047u TP11 TP4 2 26 4 VCC 1 C13
RSA PG RSB

VMMA VMMB 5 23 24 PHA PHB DECAY D3 D1FS6(NON) D2 D1FS6(NON) D4 D1FS6(NON) R54 1.0K TP33 FL5 VREFA VREFB CR ENA A ENA B VREFA VREFB CR VSA VSB 27 OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 +A_I2 +B_I2 -A_I2 -B_I2 OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4

8 20

CE0.22u/50V

D9 D1FS6

FL16 TP63 EXCML20A390 +A_I0 +B_I0 -A_I0 -B_I0 6 22 10 12 14 18 3 7 8 12

PUMP1

MtrI2_PA MtrI2_PB MtrI2Dcy MtrH_PA MtrH_PB MtrHDcy

PUMP3 (Reserve)

WIPER HEIGHT

TP54 R128

MtrI0_0_

5 23 24

PHA PHB DECAY

3.3K R30 1.0K 7 21 9 15 16 19

C24

OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4

10 12 14 18

D11 D1FS6

D26 D1FS6 TP59 FL15

FL25 EXCML20A390 +A_H +B_H D35 -A_H D1FS6 FL24 -B_H D39 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 FL23

CE0.047u TP45

TP41 TP12 R17 MtrI2_1_ 3.3K R16 1.0K R15 CE0.047u 10K C1
11 13

6 22

ENA A ENA B

TP46 R33

2 26 4

MtrI0_1_

VCC

VREFA VREFB CR

LG A LG B NC NC NC NC

7 21 9 15 16 19 LG A LG B NC NC NC NC

D10 D1FS6

D28 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 TP72 FL14

RSA

PG

RSB

3.3K R32 1.0K

C27

VSA

VSB

27

D12 D1FS6

D27 EXCML20A390 D1FS6

TP67 FL13

D40 D1FS6

D37 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 FL22 D41 EXCML20A390 D1FS6

R31 CE0.047u 10K C2 CE820p R3 0.68ohm/1W(NON) R42 1.0ohm/1W 220 R41 220

D29 EXCML20A390 D1FS6

LG A LG B GND GND NC NC NC NC NC NC VSB

28 15 HS1 HS2 2 4 6 9 11 13 21

11

13

17

R22 R4 220 CE820p 220 R2 0.68ohm/1W(NON)

R25

220

C11 CE3900p R1
17

C25

C20

C21 C45 CE3900p

C40 CE820p

C41 CE820p R43 1.0ohm/1W

CE3900p

CE820p

220

CE820p

SERVO BOARD_Circuit Diagram 3/4

R23 0.68ohm/1W

R24 0.68ohm/1W

VCC PC2 CE0.1u C16 CE0.22u/50V TP7 25 3 VCC ALM D5 D1FS6 FL4 TP31 EXCML20A390 TP110 R69 MtrW_0_ 3.3K R72 1.0K C62 CE0.047u TP104 TP103 TP118 R70 MtrW_1_ 3.3K D25 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 R73 1.0K C63 R71 CE0.047u 10K VMMA VMMB CE0.22u/50V 5 23 24 PHA PHB DECAY D7 D1FS6 D22 D1FS6 TP25 FL3 C14 CE0.047uTP15 TP6 2 26 4 VCC 1 C17
RSA PG RSB

VMTD

VCC

VMTD PC7 CE0.1u TP149 TP111 VMTD 8 20 TP151 MtrW_PA MtrW_PB MtrWDcy

VCC

VMTD C52 CE0.22u/50V IC7 MTD2005F 19 24 26 17 18 VCC ALM VMMA VMMB 1 14 C51 VMTD CE0.22u/50V D53 D1FS6 D54 D1FS6 D57 D1FS6 27 16 23 20 25 FL32 ENA A ENA B VREFA VREFB CR D55 D1FS6 D58 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 FL31 FL33 EXCML20A390 PHA PHB DECAY OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 3 7 8 12 +A_W +B_W -A_W -B_W

PC4 CE0.1u TP13 TP14 IC2 MTD2005 C19

C30

TP49

CE0.22u/50V

TP50

TP48

IC4 MTD2005

C33

VMTD

MtrI1_PA MtrI1_PB MtrI1Dcy

25 3

VCC ALM TP22 R127 MtrI3_0_ 3.3K R18 1.0K 6 22 ENA A ENA B D6 D1FS6 VREFA VREFB CR VSA VSB 27 D8 D1FS6 D23 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 TP20 FL1 LG A LG B NC NC NC NC 7 21 9 15 16 19 D24 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 TP24 FL2 +A_I3 +B_I3 -A_I3 -B_I3

VMMA VMMB

8 20

CE0.22u/50V

D13 D1FS6

FL12 TP70 EXCML20A390 +A_I1 +B_I1 -A_I1 -B_I1 OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 10 12 14 18

PUMP2

MtrI3_PA MtrI3_PB MtrI3Dcy

PUMP4

WIPER

TP55 R129

MtrI1_0_

5 23 24

PHA PHB DECAY

RSA

PG

RSB

RSA

NC

11

13

17

11

13

17

13

C29 CE3900p C15 CE3900p R5 R8 C4 CE820p 220 220 R6 0.68ohm/1W R7 0.68ohm/1W CE820p C3

C22

R26

R29

220

CE820p

220

C23 CE820p

C61 CE3900p

C56 CE820p

10

R61

220

RSB

RSA

NC

RSB

RSA

NC

LG A LG B GND GND NC NC NC NC NC NC VSB 23 20 25 VREFA VREFB CR VSA 22


5 13 10

13

C64 CE3900p

C59 CE820p

C60 CE820p R67 0.68ohm/1W R68 0.68ohm/1W

C48 CE3900p

C43 CE820p

10

R65

220

R66

220

R44

220

RSB

2-29
TP16 R21 MtrI3_1_ 3.3K R20 1.0K R19 CE0.047u 10K VCC PC8 CE0.1u C55 CE0.22u/50V IC8 MTD2005F C54 VMTD VMMA VMMB 1 14 CE0.22u/50V D61 D1FS6 D62 D1FS6 D65 D1FS6 FL36 D63 D1FS6 D66 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 FL35 TP121 R56 D67 D1FS6 MtrC1_1_ 3.3K EXCML20A390 D68 D1FS6 R59 1.0K 19 24 VCC ALM 26 17 18 PHA PHB DECAY C65 CE0.047uTP115 TP114 27 16 ENA A ENA B OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 TP108 TP127 TP116 MtrC0_PA MtrC0_PB MtrC0Dcy TP122 R74 MtrC0_0_ 3.3K R77 1.0K VMTD

3.3K R34 1.0K

C28

OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4

10 12 14 18

D15 D1FS6

D30 D1FS6 TP61 FL11

CE0.047u

TP51

TP47

6 22

ENA A ENA B

TP52 R37

2 26 4

MtrI1_1_

VCC

VREFA VREFB CR

LG A LG B NC NC NC NC

7 21 9 15 16 19

D14 D1FS6

D32 EXCML20A390 D1FS6

TP60 FL10

3.3K R36 1.0K

C31

VSA

VSB

27

D16 D1FS6

D31 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 TP56 FL9

VCC 22

D59 D1FS6 VSA

D56 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 FL30 D60 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 R62 220 C57 CE820p R63 0.68ohm/1W R64 0.68ohm/1W

R35 CE0.047u 10K

D33 EXCML20A390 D1FS6

LG A LG B GND GND NC NC NC NC NC NC VSB

28 15 HS1 HS2 2 4 6 9 11 13 21

R27 0.68ohm/1W

R28 0.68ohm/1W

VCC PC6 CE0.1u TP109 TP123 TP117 IC6 MTD2005F(NON)

VMTD C39 CE0.22u/50V C38 VMTD

CAP UP/DOWN
FL37 EXCML20A390 TP113 R55 MtrC1_0_ 3.3K R58 1.0K +A_C0 +B_C0 -A_C0 -B_C0

MtrC1_PA MtrC1_PB MtrC1Dcy

19 24 26 17 18 C49 CE0.047u TP87 TP86 27 16 23 20 25 D64 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 FL34 VCC 22 C50 R57 CE0.047u 10K

VCC ALM

VMMA VMMB

1 14

CE0.22u/50V D43 D1FS6(NON) PHA PHB DECAY OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 ENA A ENA B 3 7 8 12 D47 D1FS6(NON) D45 D1FS6(NON) VREFA VREFB CR VSA D49 D1FS6(NON)

RESERVE
FL29EXCML20A390 +A_C1 +B_C1 D44 -A_C1 D1FS6(NON) FL28 -B_C1

3 7 8 12

VMTD

+ C81 1000u/63V TP128 R75 MtrC0_1_ 3.3K R78 1.0K C66 R76 CE0.047u 10K VCC

D48 EXCML20A390 D1FS6(NON) FL27 D46 EXCML20A390 D1FS6(NON) FL26 D50 EXCML20A390 D1FS6(NON) R45 220 C44 CE820p R47 1.0ohm/1W(NON) R48 1.0ohm/1W(NON)

28 15 HS1 HS2 2 4 6 9 11 13 21

LG A LG B GND GND NC NC NC NC NC NC VSB

28 15 HS1 HS2 2 4 6 9 11 13 21

VCC R131 220 VCC CN15 PhA+ PhB+


3

1.0K R203

/H8S_RESET R102 LED2 SEL6410E DTC114EK VCC3 CE0.1u PC31 CE0.1u 53398-0890
1 6

VCC3 2 R206 470 C93 C136 CE0.1u /XG_B 1 74LVC14 Q2 /XG_A IC22A 2 IC22B 4 R202 470 74LVC14 3

F0out F0in /LESSTHANS /LESSTHANF /VCS1 Mode

1.0K RA3 EXBA10E103J


CE1000p C133 C130 CE1000p

R140 10K

CE18p C69

C68 CE22p

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

R139 10K

VCC3

1.0K R207

Y1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

8.0MHz

220

R136

/VRD /VHWR /ENC_CHECK /SerialStart

To GRIT ENCODER BOARD


VM

RA1 EXBA10E103J

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 /PWM_ENin /MTRERR G_CCW G_CW VD[0..15]


VD8 VD9 VD10 VD11 VD12 VD13 VD14 VD15 C126

1.8K

33

SCLK

VCC3

R83

C94 CE1.0u

Cmd_MtoS Cmd_StoM /Cmd_HS_StoM /Cmd_HS_MtoS VCC3 + C91 100u/63V VCC CN18


C127

R84 2.2K

108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73

PC21 CE0.1u C128 CE0.022u 100 100 100 PWM_EN C118 CE0.22u L6201PS /XM_A /XM_B /Y_A /Y_B IC22D /Y_B 8 IC22E 9 74LVC14 /Y_A 11 74LVC14 IC22C /X_B 6 5 74LVC14 10 1 VFWE T27 T26 SolPWM FANPWM2 T30 T29 T33
R215

RA7 EXBA10E103J

VCC3 PC9 CE0.1u R208 0.1ohm/1W FL38 EXCML20A390 VCC3 6 PWM_EN R184 XPWM+ R193 XPWMR183

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 XPWM+ XPWM-

1.0K

CE0.22u/50V CE0.22u/50V

C67 CE1000p

C71 CE1000p

R141

Cmd_MtoS Cmd_StoM /Cmd_HS_StoM /Cmd_HS_MtoS

To FEED MOTOR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 5267-07A

R156 VD0 VD1 VD2 VD3 /X_A 12 IC22F 13 74LVC14

R158 1.0K

P51/RXD2/IRQ1 P50/TXD2/IRQ0 PH1/CS5 PH0/CS4 PG3/CS3 PG2/CS2 PG1/CS1 PG0/CS0 STBY GND XTAL EXTAL VCC3 PF7/CLKOUT PLLVCC RES PLLVSS PF6/AS PF5/RD PF4/HWR PF3/LWR PF2/LCAS/IRQ15 PF1/UCAS/IRQ14 PF0/WAIT P65/TMO1/DACK1/IRQ13 P64/TMO0/DACK0/IRQ12 P63/TMCI1/TEND1/IRQ11 P62/TMCI0/TEND0/IRQ10 PD0/D8 PD1/D9 PD2/D10 PD3/D11 GND PD4/D12 PD5/D13 PD6/D14

VM

EXCML20A390 FL20

SOL_CURNT Y_CURNT X_CURNT R145

R157 1.0K

IC24 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 GND GND NC NC IN1 IN2 BOOT2 BOOT1 OUT1 Vref SENSE VS ENABLE OUT2 NC NC NC NC GND GND RA24 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 EXBV8V470J 10 C86 9 CE0.022u 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

CE0.022u

CE0.022u

CE0.022u

CE0.022u

47K VD4 VD5 VD6 VD7 VFWE R123 3403A X_CURNT 10 + 8 IC26C 9
12K 0.1% R211 12K 0.1% R210

C98

C95

C99

R146 2.2K

R143 470

R147 470

R144 470

C96

RA5 EXBA10E103J

R138 10K R137

10K(NON) 100K 0.1%

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

4 3 2 1

RA25 VCC3 5 4 5 6 3 6 7 2 7 8 1 8 EXBV8V102J

SERVO BOARD_Circuit Diagram 4/4

CE1000p

CE1000p

CE1000p C110 C111 C112

Y_PWMMinus Y_PWM FANPWM1 T36


R197

R216 4.7K 0.1%

R90 10K INTDDA /Y_B


2 1 R198 15K

R209 4.7K 0.1%

CN9 VCC3 1 D80 DAN202K


3 10

100K 0.1%

R93 10K /Y_A R88 10K R87 10K


CE0.1u C125

T24 T28 VCC +15 VM

C113

M oni t or

VCC

CE1000p

T19 T23

VM

To SCAN MOTOR
VCC /ENC_CHECK R121 0.1ohm/1W FL19 R120 0.1ohm/1W EXCML20A390 CN17

R92 T37 /X_A /X_B XPWMXPWM+ 6 IC20 HO VS VCC LO COM SelPWMMode Y_DIR MtrPower
C108

1.0K

1 2 3 4 5

R91

2.2K

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5
RA8 EXBA10E103J

VCC 11 VDD VB

7 8 6 +15 3 1 2

C122

D76 UDZS16B C135 C134 CE0.22u/50V CE0.22u/50V

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

CE1000p C109

CE1000p

CE1000p

CE1000p

PC20 CE0.1u 1 19
33

SCLK

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 HIN LIN SD VSS R175 R174 R172 R171 R170 15 4 10 16 5 9 VCC PC13 CE0.1u
CE0.1u

CE1000p

MD2 P83/ETEND3/(IRQ3) P84/EDACK2/(IRQ4) P85/EDACK3/(IRQ5) VCC3 PC0/A0 PC1/A1 PC2/A2 PC3/A3 PC4/A4 PC5/A5 GND PC6/A6 PC7/A7 PB0/A8 PB1/A9 PB2/A10 PB3/A11 GND PB4/A12 PB5/A13 PB6/A14 PB7/A15 PA0/A16 PA1/A17 GND PA2/A18 PA3/A19 PA4/A20 PA5/A21 PA6/A22 PA7/A23 NC P70/EDREQ0/(DREQ0) P71/EDREQ1/(DREQ1) P72/ETEND0/(TEND0)

C72

C74

C76 C77

CE0.1u

VA0 VA1 VA2 VA3 VA4 VA5

VA6 VA7 VA8 VA9 VA10 VA11

VA12 VA13 VA14 VA15

2
T39 T45 T41 T38 T44 T40 SolPh SolDecay /SOL_EN

YM_DIR YM_PWM YP_DIR YP_PWM TCK

TDI_1 R161 Y_DIR /PWM_EN /PWM_ENin

VCC3 VCC IC30 11 VDD VB HO VS 15


C107 CE0.1u 3

10 R195 2 1

C124

JP1 Pad

VCC3
12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

VA[0..15]

D79 DAN202K

VFWE

R196 15K

R81 10K

R80 NON

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

R213 12K 0.1%

D75 UDZS16B C132 C131 CE0.22u/50V CE0.22u/50V

Test0 T46 Test1 T42

Test2 Test3 Test4 Test5 Test6 Test7

RA14 EXBA10E103J
I/O I/O I/O I/O TCK GND NC CLK0/I0 TDI I/O I/O I/O

RA13 EXBA10E103J

HIN LIN SD VSS

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

+15 VCC LO 3 1 R190 22 COM 2 Q6 FS30ASJ-2

R214

VA0 5 VA1 7 VA2 4 VA3 8 VA4 3 VA5 9 VA6 2 VA7 10

VA8 VA9 VA10 VA11 VA12 VA13 VA14 VA15

R124 4.7K 0.1% 100K 0.1%

/X_A /X_B /XM_A /XM_B

PC26 CE1.0u M4A3-64/32-TQFP48 /XG_A /XG_B /RESET /SRVBRD_RESET /H8S_RESET R103 2.2K
25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 I/O I/O I/O TMS CLK1/I1 NC GND TDO I/O I/O I/O I/O

VA0 VA1 VA2 VA3 VA4 VA5 VA6 VA7 VA8 VA9 VA10 VA11 VA12 VA13 VA14

VCC3

PC12 CE1.0u

4 10 16 5 9 Y_PWMMinus T56 T57 T54

N.C N.C N.C N.C N.C IR2112S

C115 CE0.1u

21 23 24 25 26 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

28

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 I/O I/O I/O I/O VCC3 NC GND I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O

I/O I/O I/O I/O I/O GND NC VCC3 I/O I/O I/O I/O

48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14

IC11 CY7C1399
TMS TDO

I/O0 I/O1 I/O2 I/O3 I/O4 I/O5 I/O6 I/O7

WE

CS

OE

11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19

27

20

22

14

GND

VCC3

C97 CE0.1u

T51

VD8 VD9 VD10 VD11 VD12 VD13 VD14 VD15

/VHWR

/VCS1

/VRD

VD[0..15]

10 VD8 2 VD9 9 VD10 3 VD11 8 VD12 4 VD13 7 VD14 5 VD15

RA2 EXBA10E103J

VCC3

SelPWMMode T49 T48

T50 T53 T52 T55

R125

VA[0..15]

IC17

G_CCW G_CW PWM_EN Y_PWM Mode

VCC

4.7K 0.1%

12 14 13

R204 22

Y_CURNT

14

R79 0

7 CE0.22u/50V C121 8

Q9 FS30ASJ-2

3403A

IC26D 13 12

R212 12K 0.1%

2-30
10K R173 IC31 YP_PWM YP_DIR /PWM_EN YM_PWM YM_DIR 22 22 22 22 22 12 14 13 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 E1 E2 74VHCT541 N.C N.C N.C N.C N.C IR2112S +15 VM Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 PC10 CE0.1u

53398-0590 R217 R218 DDA_CLK DDA_MtoS DDA_StoM

47 47

DDA_CLK DDA_MtoS DDA_StoM

C78 CE1000p

CE0.22u/50V R205 22 R191 22

FS30ASJ-2 Q10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 EXCML20A390 FL21 Q7 FS30ASJ-2 5267-08A

C79 CE1000p T32 T31 T35 T34

109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 PD7/D15 PE0/D0 PE1/D1 PE2/D2 PE3/D3 VCC3 PE4/D4 PE5/D5 PE6/D6 PE7/D7 FWE P61/TMRI1/DREQ1/IRQ9 P60/TMRI0/DREQ0/IRQ8 P27/PO7/TIOCB5/EDRAK1/(IRQ15) P26/PO6/TIOCA5/EDRAK0/(IRQ14) P25/PO5/TIOCB4/(IRQ13) P24/PO4/TIOCA4/(IRQ12) P23/PO3/TIOCD3/(IRQ11) P22/PO2/TIOCC3/(IRQ10) P21/PO1/TIOCB3/(IRQ9) P20/PO0/TIOCA3/(IRQ8) P17/PO15/TIOCB2/TCLKD/EDRAK3 P16/PO14/TIOCA2/EDRAK2 P15/PO13/TIOCB1/TCLKC P14/PO12/TIOCA1 GND P13/PO11/TIOCD0/TCLKB P12/PO10/TIOCC0/TCLKA P11/PO9/TIOCB0 P10/PO8/TIOCA0 P75/EDACK1/(DACK1) P74/EDACK0/(DACK0) P73/ETEND1/(TEND1) VCC3 NMI WDTOVF

RA9 EXBA10E103J VCC3

P52/SCK2/IRQ2 P53/ADTRG/IRQ3 PH2/CS6/(IRQ6) PH3/CS7/OE/(IRQ7) PG4/BREQO PG5/BACK PG6/BREQ VCC3 P40/AN0 P41/AN1 P42/AN2 P43/AN3 VREF AVCC P44/AN4 P45/AN5 P46/AN6/DA0 P47/AN7/DA1 P54/AN12/IRQ4 P55/AN13/IRQ5 P56/AN14/DA2/IRQ6 P57/AN15/DA3/IRQ7 AVSS NC P35/SCK1/(OE) P34/SCK0 P33/RXD1 GND P32/RXD0/IrRXD P31/TXD1 P30/TXD0/IrTXD P80/EDREQ2/(IRQ0) P81/EDREQ3/(IRQ1) P82/ETEND2/(IRQ2) MD0 MD1

IC12 H8S/267X-QFP144

72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37

CPU ID:0001

VCC3

C116 CE0.1u

VM

R122 100K 0.1%

2-5 HEATER BOARD HEATER BOARD_Arrangement Diagram (Component Side)


It indicates the version of the Board.

2-31

VCC3 VCC3
1

VCC3 IC8
6 1

10K(NON)

10K

10K

10K

10K

PC4

CN4 VCC3
R5 R19 R9 R15

CE0.1u

/SerialStart /HeaterReset /ServoReset IC6B


10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 3 10K 10K 10K 10K

R10

R12

R11

R8

R7

IC2 R59 1.0K RA1 EXBA10E103J 2 IC6A 6 3 4 74LVC08 74LVC08 74LVC14 CS A[0..15] OE GND CY7C1399 C12 CE100p D1 /DRYER_E /SerialStart T13 1 2 3 4 T4 VCC3 UPA1759 1 4 R68 + 1 BA10358F R71 270K R70 R69 0.1/1W 2 10K 1% 6 1 10K 1% 3 IC9A R67 BLW_FB 10K C26 CE1000p C4 CE0.1u BA10358F 5 6 IC9B + 7 BA10358F Source1 Drain1 Gate1 Drain1 Source2 Drain2 Gate2 Drain2 8 7 6 5 IC1 L1 SBC8-151-202 C5 10u/100V /CS1 + D2FS6 HEAT-A_ON C7 CE22p Y1 8.0MHz +24V VCC3 28 PC14 CE0.1u T10 22 14 IC7 VCC3 VDD GND PC10 CE0.1u VCC3
1 6

Q1 DTA114EKA

T1 IC4A 5 T44 27 WE 20 /RD /HWR /SUB_ERROR VCC3 1 74LVC14 2 3 2 R6 220 IC4B 1 LED1 LNJ308G8LRA /H8S_RESET

T38

D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 I/O0 I/O1 I/O2 I/O3 I/O4 I/O5 I/O6 I/O7

CE100p

CE100p

CE100p

CE100p

CE100p

C13

C15

C14

C11

R2

C10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

T3 F0IN F0OUT /SERIAL_START /SUB_RESET /SUB_ERROR /Cmd_HS_MtoS /Cmd_HS_StoM Cmd_MtoS Cmd_StoM

2.2K

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

VCC3

53398-1190 1 OUT Cd RN5VD29A C25 CE0.1u C6 CE18p R14 1.8K C8 CE0.1u T6 3 5 T11 T5 2 R4 220

1 19

R57 1.0K

E1 E2

To MAIN BOARD

74LVC541

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14

21 23 24 25 26 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

T2

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 VCC3

/SUB_ERROR

C24 CE100p

To EXT JUNCTION BOARD


C3 CE0.1u CN1 1 2 5267-02A

RA4 EXBA10E103J
10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

12

IC6D 11 T12 /CS1


33

VCC3

13

PC15

IC9C 8

VCC PC16 CE0.1u

74LVC08

CE0.1u

IC6C 8 T14 T15 T16 T17


R3 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 RA2 EXBA10E103J

10 R1 VCC3
108 107 106 105 104 103 102 101 100 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73

74LVC08 33 VCC3

D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

T8 T9 R18 IC5 6 R13 2.2K VCC3 T20T21 R26 10K


1SS355 1SS355

RA3 EXBA10E103J

33

PC6 CE0.1u

PC5 CE0.1u

HEATER BOARD_Circuit Diagram 1/2

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

PRINT-H_ON AFTER-H_ON T45 PRE-H_ON DRYER_ON T37 T43

P51/RXD2/IRQ1 P50/TXD2/IRQ0 PH1/CS5 PH0/CS4 PG3/CS3 PG2/CS2 PG1/CS1 PG0/CS0 STBY GND XTAL EXTAL VCC3 PF7/CLKOUT PLLVCC RES PLLVSS PF6/AS PF5/RD PF4/HWR PF3/LWR PF2/LCAS/IRQ15 PF1/UCAS/IRQ14 PF0/WAIT P65/TMO1/DACK1/IRQ13 P64/TMO0/DACK0/IRQ12 P63/TMCI1/TEND1/IRQ11 P62/TMCI0/TEND0/IRQ10 PD0/D8 PD1/D9 PD2/D10 PD3/D11 GND PD4/D12 PD5/D13 PD6/D14

To HEATER CONTROL BOARD


R25 R24 10K 10K D15 D0 D1 D2 D3 1 19

VCC3

VCC3

1SS355

1SS355

1SS355

1SS355

1SS355

1SS355

R27 10K(NON)

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 E1 E2

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8

18 R48 17 R49 16 R17 15 R54 14 R16 13 R55 12 R56 11 R58 VCC

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

CN5
D10 D9

D4

D3

D7

D5

D8

R22 10K 1%

R20 10K 1%

R33 10K 1%

R30 10K 1%

R35 10K 1%

R32 10K 1%(NON)

R42 10K 1%

PRE-H_THM

R40 10K 1%

R23

33

D6

D4 D5 D6 D7

74VHCT541 1

PC13 CE0.1u

PRINT-H_THM

R21

33

T19 T18 T27 T26 HEAT-B_ON HEAT-C_ON Cooling FAN BLW_ON HEAT-D_ON

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 T31 T30 T34 T33 RA7 T23 T22 T28 VCC3 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5

BLW_FB

R39

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

RA5 EXBA10E103J

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u

CE0.1u(NON)

CE0.1u

C17

C16

C19

C18

C21

C20

C23

C22

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

10K

VCC

CE0.1u

R62

To EXT JUNCTION BOARD


PC9 CE0.1u

10K

RA9 EXBA10E103J
6 1 6

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

R61

IC4E

IC4F

MD2 P83/ETEND3/(IRQ3) P84/EDACK2/(IRQ4) P85/EDACK3/(IRQ5) VCC3 PC0/A0 PC1/A1 PC2/A2 PC3/A3 PC4/A4 PC5/A5 GND PC6/A6 PC7/A7 PB0/A8 PB1/A9 PB2/A10 PB3/A11 GND PB4/A12 PB5/A13 PB6/A14 PB7/A15 PA0/A16 PA1/A17 GND PA2/A18 PA3/A19 PA4/A20 PA5/A21 PA6/A22 PA7/A23 NC P70/EDREQ0/(DREQ0) P71/EDREQ1/(DREQ1) P72/ETEND0/(TEND0)

CN8

5 4 3 2 1

R60

10K

53398-0590

74LVC14 IC4D

74LVC14 IC4C

From SERVO BOARD


A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11

8
CPUID_0 CPUID_1 CPUID_2 CPUID_3

VCC3 RA10
A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15

A12 A13 A14 A15

VCC3

VCC

74LVC14

74LVC14

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Monitor

11

10

13

12

PC8 CE0.1u

C2 10u/16V

PC3 CE0.1u

+ C1 10u/16V
5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

A[0..15]

PC1 CE0.1u 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1
0 0 0 0(NON)

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

EXBV8V102J
R63 R64 R65 R66

RA11 EXBA10E103J
6 1 6

RA12 EXBA10E103J
1 6

5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10

CN3

5 6 7 8

5 6 7 8

RA13 EXBA10E103J VCC3


1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

+24V

5267-07A

HEATER BOARD

C9 100u/63V

PC2 CE0.1u

2-32
IC3
R43 EXBV8V103J 10K R28 R29 R38 R36 R37 R44 R45 10K 10K 10K 0 0 0 0

AFTER-H_THM

R34

33

T24

R31

33

PRE-H_ON PRINT-H_ON AFTER-H_ON

R41

33

6 CN6

53398-1271

VCC PC7 CE0.1u

T25

R51

33

R50

33

CN7

DRYER_THM

T29

T32

DRYER_ON RA6

H8S/267X-QFP144

T7

R46 R47 R52 R53

0 0 0 0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Reserve
53398-0990(NON)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 EXBV8V103J 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5

VCC

/DRYER_E

VCC3

53398-0890

PC12 CE0.1u

VCC3

VCC3

109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 P52/SCK2/IRQ2 P53/ADTRG/IRQ3 PH2/CS6/(IRQ6) PH3/CS7/OE/(IRQ7) PG4/BREQO PG5/BACK PG6/BREQ VCC3 P40/AN0 P41/AN1 P42/AN2 P43/AN3 VREF AVCC P44/AN4 P45/AN5 P46/AN6/DA0 P47/AN7/DA1 P54/AN12/IRQ4 P55/AN13/IRQ5 P56/AN14/DA2/IRQ6 P57/AN15/DA3/IRQ7 AVSS NC P35/SCK1/(OE) P34/SCK0 P33/RXD1 GND P32/RXD0/IrRXD P31/TXD1 P30/TXD0/IrTXD P80/EDREQ2/(IRQ0) P81/EDREQ3/(IRQ1) P82/ETEND2/(IRQ2) MD0 MD1

CPU ID:0100

PC11

PD7/D15 PE0/D0 PE1/D1 PE2/D2 PE3/D3 VCC3 PE4/D4 PE5/D5 PE6/D6 PE7/D7 FWE P61/TMRI1/DREQ1/IRQ9 P60/TMRI0/DREQ0/IRQ8 P27/PO7/TIOCB5/EDRAK1/(IRQ15) P26/PO6/TIOCA5/EDRAK0/(IRQ14) P25/PO5/TIOCB4/(IRQ13) P24/PO4/TIOCA4/(IRQ12) P23/PO3/TIOCD3/(IRQ11) P22/PO2/TIOCC3/(IRQ10) P21/PO1/TIOCB3/(IRQ9) P20/PO0/TIOCA3/(IRQ8) P17/PO15/TIOCB2/TCLKD/EDRAK3 P16/PO14/TIOCA2/EDRAK2 P15/PO13/TIOCB1/TCLKC P14/PO12/TIOCA1 GND P13/PO11/TIOCD0/TCLKB P12/PO10/TIOCC0/TCLKA P11/PO9/TIOCB0 P10/PO8/TIOCA0 P75/EDACK1/(DACK1) P74/EDACK0/(DACK0) P73/ETEND1/(TEND1) VCC3 NMI WDTOVF T35 T36 T39 T41 T40 T42

72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37

RA8 EXBA10E103J VCC3

CN103 CN100 1 2

From AC JUNC BOARD

PRE-H Thermistor PRINT-H Thermistor After-H Thermistor

CN403 FH1 FUSE 250V / 6.3A PFC-5000 PFC-5000 53014-06 53014-02 CN102 B2P3-VH Q403 S202SE2 CN411 1 2 53014-02 1 2 3 F1 FH2

CN406

1 2 3

PRE HEATER 1
1 2

1 2 3 4 5 6 53014-02 CN101

B03P-VL

To HEATER CONTROL BOARD


to 117/230V SELECT JUMPER

From HEATER BOARD


2 4 3 2 1

CN402 3 B4P7-VH D400 1SS355 CN405 1 2 3 Q400 DTC114EK

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

pre_therm

THERMISTOR JUNCTION BOARD


PRE HEATER 2
CN300 CN301 1 2 3 B2P3-VH CN302 1 2 3 B2P3-VH CN303 1 2 3 B03P-VL

print_therm

after_therm R400 C400 220 CE0.1u(NON) B2P3-VH VCC

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

pre_heater_on print_heater_on after_heater_on

VCC

From POWER SW
B03P-VL FH3 FUSE 250V / 6.3A PFC-5000 PFC-5000 B2P3-VH Q404 S202SE2 CN412 1 2 3 F2 FH4 CN408

53398-1271

1 2 3

To DC POWER UNIT 1

C403 PC400 10u/16V CE0.1u

PRINT HEATER 1

To DC POWER UNIT 2

To EXT JUNCTION BOARD

CN400
2

HEATER BOARD_Circuit Diagram 2/2

CN401

1 2 3
4 3 2

1 2
1

to 117/230V SELECT JUMPER

5267-02A(NON) 3 B4P7-VH D401 1SS355 CN407 1 2 3 Q401 DTC114EK

5267-03A(NON)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

PRINT HEATER 2

4 3

1 B4P7-VH D402 1SS355 CN409 Q402 DTC114EK 1 2 3 B2P3-VH

2-33
C401 CE0.1u(NON) B2P3-VH VCC R401 220 FH5 FUSE 250V / 6.3A PFC-5000 PFC-5000 B2P3-VH CN413 Q405 S202SE2 1 2 3 F3 FH6 CN410

AC JUNCTION BOARD
AFTER HEATER 1
CN202 1 2 5267-02A VFAN PC200 CE0.1u(NON) CN200 5 3 1 2 4 6

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

to 117/230V SELECT JUMPER

From HEATER BOARD

MD-S6100-90

To DU-540(BLOWER)
CN203 HVCC dryer_therm1 dryer_on /dryer_enable PC201 CE0.1u 53398-0890 HVCC CN201

AFTER HEATER 2

R402 C402 220 CE0.1u(NON) VCC

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 D200 RD3.0 MD-S8100-90

CN404 PRE-THERM PRINT-THERM R403 AFTER-THERM 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 53014-06 R404 0

PRE HEATER THERMISTOR PRINT HEATER THERMISTOR AFTER HEATER THERMISTOR

From HEATER BOARD

To EXT DU-540(DRYER)

EXT JUNCTION BOARD

HEATER CONTROL BOARD


R405 0

2-6 INK SYSTEM BOARD INK SYSTEM BOARD_Arrangement Diagram (Component Side)

It indicates the version of the Board. 2-34

VCC3 Ink_Exist_0

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD
Ink_Empty_0 RA8 EXBA10E103J CN2 1 2 3 4 175489-4

CN1

CN101

CN103

2 1

1 2

3 4 VCC3 175489-4 CN3 Ink_Exist_2 Ink_Empty_2 RA7 C35 2.2u/50V Ink_Exist_3 Ink_Empty_3 VCC3 CN4 175489-4 CN5 Ink_Exist_4 RA1 EXBA10E103J Ink_Empty_4 175489-4 CN6 Ink_Exist_5 Ink_Empty_5 175489-4 CN8 Ink_Exist_6 Ink_Empty_6 RA4 IC1 1 2 3 4 CN9 Ink_Exist_7 VCC3 Ink_Empty_7 175489-4 175489-4 1 2 3 4 175489-4 Ink_Empty_1 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 EXBV8V101J R6 22K TP19 C32 CE470p CE470p CE470p CE470p + C31 C26 C25 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1

CN032-004-000 D4 1SS355 VCC3 PC15 C19 CE330p(NON) CE0.1u

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

5268-02A RA9 1 2 3 4 Ink_Exist_1

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD

C201

CN203

To SERVO BOARD
20
5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 EXBV8V101J 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1

2 1

1 2

5268-02A IC2

VCC

3 4 C24 C21 C20 C18

PC1 CE0.1u

CN14

CN032-004-000

1 2 3 4

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD
100 100 C29 C23 C17 C30 C34

SUB_CLK_in SUB_LOAD_in SUB_DATA_out R2 R9 0

CN301

CN303

6 5 4 3 2 1 100 100

SUB_DATA_in

R1 R5

VCC3

R4 R3 0 CE470p CE470p CE470p CE470p

2 1

1 2

5268-02A

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 E DIR 74LVC245 19 1 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 EXBV8V101J 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CN032-004-000

PC12 CE0.1u CE330p CE330p

CE330p(NON)

GND

3 4

VCC

C33

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

52808-0691

TP13 TP6 TP4 TP1 TP14 TP18 TP22 100 RA3

R10

@SUB_CLK_in @SUB_LOAD_in @SUB_DATA_out @SUB_DATA_in @Serial_En @Sub_to_Servo @Servo_to_Sub

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

TP21 TP20

10

CN17 CE330p CE330p CE330p TCK VCC3 CE470p CE470p CE470p CE470p

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD
50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26
5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 EXBV8V101J 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1

CN401

CN403

2 1

1 2

1 2 3 4 5

Serial_En Sub_to_Servo Servo_to_Sub

5268-02A

3 4 C5 CE470p CE470p CE470p CE470p TP2 C6 C7 C8 TMS

53398-0590

CN032-004-000

VCC

TP5

C1

C2

C3

C4

1 2 3 4 CN10 RA2 EXBA10E103J Ink_Exist_8 Ink_Empty_8

CN501 RA5 5 6 7 8

CN503

+ C22 47u/16V

I/O I/O I/O I/O GND(Bank 1) VCCO(Bank 1) I/O I/O I/O I/O VCC CLK2/I CLK1/I I/O I/O I/O I/O VCCO(Bank 0) GND(Bank 0) I/O I/O I/O I/O IN GND

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD
R13 10K 5 6 7 8 4 3 2 1

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

TP29 TP30 TP31 TP25

2 1

1 2

VCC3

1 2 3 4 CN11 Ink_Exist_9 Ink_Empty_9 4 3 2 1

175489-4

5268-02A

3 4

VCC3 TP3 C9

CN032-004-000 TDO TDI TMS LC4128V-TQFP100 TCK R14 10K TP39 TDO VCC3 PC18 PC11 PC6 PC5 TP28 PC2

CN18

TP32 TP26 TP33 TP27 TP34 C10 C11

175489-4 EXBV8V101J C12 CN12 Ink_Exist_10 Ink_Empty_10 RA6 Ink_Exist_11 Ink_Empty_11 EXBV8V101J 1 2 3 4 175489-4 CN13 175489-4

1 2 3 4

INK SYSTEM BOARD_Circuit Diagram

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD

CN601

CN603

isp Writer

TP35 TP36 TP37 TP38

CE470p CE470p CE470p CE470p

2 1

1 2

5268-02A

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

3 4

53398-0890

5 6 7 8 C13 C14 C15 C16 CE470p CE470p CE470p CE470p

5 6 7 8

4 3 2 1

4 3 2 1

TP8 TP7

8 7 6 5

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4

TP15

1 2 3 4

CN801 IC7

CN803

RA10 EXBV8V103J

R16 IC5

R_non

1 2 3 4

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD
8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4

R7 10K CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u

R8 10K

RA12 EXBV8V222J

8 7 6 5

RA14 EXBV8V222J

R_non

CE0.1u

8 7 6 5

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

2 1

1 2

5268-02A D3 UDZS 7.5B VCC VCC R11 10K(NON) TP23 R15 VCC 0 TP24 PC19 CE0.1u R12 10K(NON)

R18

8 7 6 5

5 6 7 8

CN032-004-000 VCC3 TP40 3 IC4

1SS355

R_non

3 4

5 6 7 8

8 7 6 5

1 2 3 4

RA11 EXBV8V103J

R17 IC6

R_non

4 3 2 1

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD
+ C27 47u/16V DS2480B(NON) VCC PC13 CE0.1u(NON) 8 7 6 5 RXD TXD POL VPP GND 1-W NC VDD 1 2 3 4 D2 UDZS 7.5B(NON) PC7 CE0.1u

CN1001

CN1003

1 2 3 4

IN

OUT

R19

4 3 2 1

2-35
CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u CE0.1u VCC3 PC17 PC10 PC9 TDI PC4 VCC PC3

CN701

CN703

2 1

1 2

76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD

GND IN I/O I/O I/O I/O GND(Bank 1) VCC(Bank 1) I/O I/O I/O I/O/GOE1 CLK3/I CLK0/I VCC I/O/GOE0 I/O I/O I/O VCCO GND I/O I/O I/O I/O

CN032-004-000

51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 GND TMS I/O I/O I/O I/O GND(Bank 1) I/O I/O I/O I/O IN VCCO(Bank 1) I/O I/O I/O I/O GND(Bank 1) I/O I/O I/O I/O IN TDO VCC VCC TCK IN I/O I/O I/O I/O GND(Bank 0) I/O I/O I/O I/O VCCO(Bank 0) IN I/O I/O I/O I/O GND(Bank 0) I/O I/O I/O I/O TDI GND

25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

1 2 3 4

5268-02A VCC TP17 TP16

To INK CARTRIDGE
VCC

3 4

CN032-004-000

To CARTRIDGE IC
R20 R21 R22 R23 TC74HC4051AFT R_non R_non R_non R_non

3 4 DS2480B

8 7 6 5 RXD TXD POL VPP GND 1-W NC VDD

1 2 3 4

CN032-004-000

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD

VCC 16 3 6 11 10 9 7 VCC 8 PC16 CE0.1u

VCC COM INH A B C Vee GND

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

13 14 15 12 1 5 2 4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CN15 5267-08A

CN901

CN903

2 1

1 2

VCC

R24 R25 R26 RA13 EXBV8V222J

R_non R_non R_non

5268-02A

D1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R27 R28 R29 R30 VCC PC14 CE0.1u R_non R_non R_non R_non

CN7 5267-08A

VCC

IC3

2 1

1 2

GND

5268-02A

3 4

C28 47u/16V

PC8 CE0.1u

uPC2933T

CN032-004-000

VCC 16 3 6 11 10 9 7 8

VCC COM INH A B C Vee GND

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 TC74HC4051AFT

13 14 15 12 1 5 2 4

TP9 TP12 TP10 TP11

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CN16 5267-08A

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD

CN1101

CN1103

2 1

1 2

5268-02A

3 4

CN032-004-000

CARTRIDGE IC BOARD

CN1201

CN1203

INK TANK BOARD

2 1

1 2

5268-02A

3 4

CN032-004-000

2-7 SUB BOARD SUB BOARD_Arrangement Diagram (Component Side)

It indicates the version of the Board.

2-36

From MAIN BOARD


CN600 CN601 CN801 CN807 +24V 1 2 53014-02 VCC CN604 CN605 B6P-VH VCC 1 2 3 4 5 6 VCC 1 2 53398-0290 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

To TAKEUP UNIT

To MOTSENS JUNCTION BOARD


From SW POWER UNIT1 To SERVO BOARD

From MAINTENANCE COVER L SW

CN401

+24V

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CN403

53014-09 CN806 B10P-VH CN800 +41V

53014-09 CN404 PC600 CE1.0u 5267-08A R600 10K(NON) VCC

To SERVO BOARD
53398-0890

PhA+ PhAPhB+ PhB-

Fr om GRIT ENCODER

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

To HEAD BOARD

CN402

+24V

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1 2

PC401 CE0.1u

B2P-VH

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 V9P-VH

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CN603 CN602 R601 1.0K(NON) 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 B8P-VH CN805

From DC JUNCTION BOARD


53014-03(NON) C600 CE0.1u(NON) 5267-03A(NON)

53014-10

To FEED EXT UNIT

To SERVO BOARD
From SW POWER UNIT2
PSFAN_ON

1 2 3

From AXIS SENSOR

To TU/FD I/F BOARD


1 2 B2P-VH CN803 1 2 R801 3.3K D800 D2FL20U R802 390/1W R800 5.6K Q801 2SJ529S B2P-VH(NON)

SUB BOARD_Circuit Diagram 1/4

TU JUNCTION BOARD

GRIT ENCODER BOARD

To POWER UNIT FAN


CN804

CN1000 CN1103 1 2 3 VCC CABLE-ASSY LINER ENC XC-540 VCC CN500 IC500 PC500 CE0.1u LENC_PHA LENC_PHB HEDS-9730Q50 1 2 3 4 GND CH.A VCC CH.B 1 2 5267-02A CN1101 1 2 5267-02A CN1100 1 2 5267-02A(NON) CN1102

To SERVO BOARD To FAN1 To FAN2 To FAN3

2 + Q800 DTC114EK

1 2 5267-02A CN802

1 2 3

NON

1 2 5267-02A C800 C801 D801 CE0.1u 22u/50V D2FS6

53398-0390 IC1000 GP2S40

1 2 3 4

To SERVO BOARD

VCC PC902 CE1.0u

5267-03A

To SERVO BOARD

2-37
FAN JUNCTION BOARD LINEAR ENCODER BOARD
CN909 CN910

PAPERSIDE SENSOR BOARD

DC JUNCTION BOARD

CN906

PUMP1 PUMP2 PUMP4

CN903

+A_C0 -A_C0 -B_C0 +B_C0

1 2 3 4 5267-04A CN908

CAP UP/DOWN

To MAIN BOARD
CN900

RA900

FRONT COVER SW
CN907

+A_I0 -A_I0 -B_I0 +B_I0 +A_I1 -A_I1 -B_I1 +B_I1 +A_I3 -A_I3 -B_I3 +B_I3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 5267-12A

WIPER(1-4Pin)

1 2 3 4 53398-0490 C902 5267-08A VCC PC901 CE1.0u C901

5 6 7 8

5 6 7 8 C900 CE100p CE100p CE100p

4 3 2 1

4 3 2 1 +A_W -A_W -B_W +B_W +A_H -A_H -B_H +B_H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 EXBV8V101J

1 2 3 53014-03

+A_I0 +B_I0 -A_I0 -B_I0 +A_I1 +B_I1 -A_I1 -B_I1 +A_I2 +B_I2 -A_I2 -B_I2 +A_I3 +B_I3 -A_I3 -B_I3 +A_C0 +B_C0 -A_C0 -B_C0 +A_W +B_W -A_W -B_W +A_C1 +B_C1 -A_C1 -B_C1 +A_H +B_H -A_H -B_H VCC 1 2 3 CN902

CN905 1 2 53014-02(NON) CN901 VCC VCC @/SensCVOrg @/SensC1 @/SensHOrg PC900 CE1.0u

CAP SENS

VCC

WIPER ORG SENS(1-3Pin)

MAINTENANCE COVER L SW
CN904 1 2 3 4 5 6 52808-2691 5267-06A 1 2 53398-02

@/SensWOrg @/SensC0

C903 47u/16V 52808-2691

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

MOTSENS JUNCTION BOARD

IC103 1 11 IC101A VHC14 IC100D 12 13 VHC32 2 1 11 OC CLK

C107 NON R116 100 VHCT574 VCC R105 330 LED102 R113 100 2 3 C108 CE100p R114 100 VCC 6 5 2 DTD113EK CN100 LCD1 R102 10K IC100C VHC32 Q105 SLR343BBT3F C100 CE100p R115 100 VCC LED105 IC100B 4 VHC32 2 DTD113EK SEL6410E TH12 RT IC100A 1 VHC32 Q107

PD0 PD1 PD2 PD3 PD4 PD5 PD6 PD7 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1D 2D 3D 4D 5D 6D 7D 8D 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 5Q 6Q 7Q 8Q

19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12

BUSY
3 1

BASE
3
R107 180

VCC

+ 9

C105 47u/16V

CN101 8 10 LCD EW162G2GLY IC102 C106 CE100p

PAUSE
LED103 R106 180(NON) SLR343BBT3F(NON)

/SW2

PAUSE
LED104

To LCD

Q102 2 SLR343BBT3F DTD113EK

R111 180

PD0 PD1 PD2 PD3 PD4 PD5 PD6 PD7 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

SUB BOARD_Circuit Diagram 2/4

LCD_RS LCD_R/W LCD_E PD0 PD1 PD2 PD3 PD4 PD5 PD6 PD7 /LCD_CS E DIR R117 100 VHCT245 2 R101 10K Q101 DTD113EK R103 100 C103 NON IC107 PD[0..7] R104 10K VCC 470 MDF7-16P-2.54DSA Q100 2SK2796S 19 1 R100 VCC

VSS VDD V0 RS R/W E DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 VLED VLSS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

POWER
LED107 Q103 2 SLR343BBT3F DTD113EK

/LED

R112 180

To MAIN BOARD

/SW0

/SW1

24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

/RESET

SETUP
LED100 R109 180(NON) SLR343BBT3F(NON)

52806-2410

SETUP
LED101 VCC 2 Q106 SLR343BBT3F DTD113EK

PD1 PD3 PD5 PD7 PD6 PD4 PD2 PD0 3 4 7 8 13 14 17 18 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 CLK CLR Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 11 1 R120 100

2 5 6 9 12 15 16 19

LCD_ON BUSY_LED BASE LED BUZZER PAUSE_LED POWER_LED SETUP_LED ALGIN_LED

R110 180

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

SW115 SW109 SW120 SW105 VCC SW119

EVQ21305R EVQ21305R EVQ21305R EVQ21305R EVQ21305R

Q108 2 SLR343BBT3F DTD113EK

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 E DIR

B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

R118 100

RA101 EXBA10E103J

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

SW106 ENTER DOWN CURSOR MENU VCC SW113 SW110 SW118

EVQ21305R EVQ21305R EVQ21305R EVQ21305R

10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5

2-38
C104 NON RA102 EXBA10E103J IC106 HCT273

HEATER CONFIG
LED106 R108 180

PD0 PD1 PD2 PD3 PD4 PD5 PD6 PD7 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 19 1 VHCT245

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

SHEET_CUT PAUSE POWER SETUP HEATER_CONFIG TOOL_UD BASE AUTO CROP

VCC BZ100 SW104 SW114 SW108 EVQ21305R(NON) EVQ21305R EVQ21305R(NON) 1 2 Q104 2 MEB-12C-5 DTD113EK SW111 EVQ21305R

C102 NON

SHEET CUT PAUSE POWER SETUP HEATER CONFIG TOOL U/D BASE AUTO CROP

IC105

RIGHT CURSOR UP CURSOR LEFT CURSOR

BUZZER
IC101B 3 VHC14 IC101C SW117 RA100 EXBA10E103J EVQ21305R 5 VHC14 IC101D SW116 SW112 SW107 SW103 EVQ21305R EVQ21305R EVQ21305R EVQ21305R 9 VHC14 IC101E 11 10 6 4

PD0 PD1 PD2 PD3 PD4 PD5 PD6 PD7 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 E DIR VHCT245 B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 R119 100 C101 NON 19 1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11

RIGHT CURSOR UP CURSOR LEFT CURSOR ENTER DOWN CURSOR MENU

IC104 PD0 PD1 PD2 PD3 PD4 PD5 PD6 PD7 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 19 1 E DIR VHCT245 B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 CUT_CONFIG TEST_CUT CLEANING TEST_PRINT Reserve_1 Reserve_2 Reserve_3

SW102 SW101 SW100

EVQ21305R(NON) EVQ21305R(NON) EVQ21305R

VHC14 IC101F 13 VHC14 12

CUT CONFIG TEST CUT CLEANING TEST PRINT Reserve 1 Reserve 2 Reserve 3
VCC

PC103 CE0.1u

PC100 CE0.1u

PC101 CE0.1u

PC102 CE0.1u

PC106 CE0.1u

PC105 CE0.1u

PC104 CE0.1u

PC107 CE0.1u

PANEL BOARD

VCC VCC VHV1

VCC

VHV0

C501 CE0.1u + C2 C503 CE0.1u + C504 22u/16V 10u/50V + C3 10u/50V C6 CE0.1u

+ C502

C8 CE0.1u(NON)

+ C1

C5 CE0.1u

22u/16V

47u/16V(NON)

VHV0 VCC CN3 VHV1

VHV0 VCC

CN2

0 HEAD 1 HEAD
VCC VHV1 CN8 TP45 TP76 VHV0 VCC CN4

2 HEAD
CN16

VCC CN15

VHV0

TP74

TP62 TP63 TP64 HD_SENS CHECK1 CHECK2

R500 10K TP43 TP42 TP41 TP4 TP5 TP6

R501 10K

R502 10K

FROM Head Board

To Head0 Module

FROM Head Board

To Head1 Module

FROM Head Board

NC SCK0_ZB SCK0_YB SI0_ZB SI0_YB NC SCK1_ZB SCK1_YB SI1_ZB SI1_YB TP32 TP33 TP34 TP44 52808-2191 52808-2191

21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 TP19 TP20 TP21 TP35

NC SCK2_ZB SCK2_YB SI2_ZB SI2_YB

21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

52808-2191

SUB BOARD_Circuit Diagram 3/4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 VHV0 GND COM1_B GND COM1_B GND COM1_B GND CHECK1 VCC NCHG1 GND LAT1 GND CH1 GND VHV1 GND COM2_B GND COM2_B GND COM2_B GND CHECK2 VCC NCHG2 GND LAT2 GND CH2 GND 36FMN-BTK 36FMN-BTK

VHV0 VHV0 GND GND COM0_A GND COM0_A GND COM0_A GND COM0_B GND COM0_B GND COM0_B GND VCC HEAD_TH_BU GND P_SIDE GND LAT0 GND CH0 GND NCHG0 GND GND SCK0_YA SCK0_ZA SI0_YA SI0_ZA SCK0_YB SCK0_ZB SI0_YB SI0_ZB 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 VHV1 VHV1 GND GND COM2_A GND COM2_A GND COM2_A GND COM2_B GND COM2_B GND COM2_B GND GND ENC_PHA GND ENC_PHB GND LAT2 GND CH2 GND NCHG2 GND GND SCK2_YA SCK2_ZA SI2_YA SI2_ZA SCK2_YB SCK2_ZB SI2_YB SI2_ZB

TP54 TP53 TP52 TP51

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

VHV0 VHV0 GND COM1_A GND COM1_A GND COM1_A GND COM1_B GND COM1_B GND COM1_B GND VCC /P_SIDE_SENS GND HEAD_U/D_H HD_SENS HEAD_U/D_L GND LAT1 GND CH1 GND NCHG1 GND SCK1_ZA SCK1_YA SI1_ZA SI1_YA SCK1_ZB SCK1_YB SI1_ZB SI1_YB

36FMN-BTK

VCC CN18 TP47 CN11

VCC

VCC CN19 TP77

TP75

To Head0 Module

GND COM0_A GND COM0_A GND COM0_A GND GND HEAD_TH VCC GND NCHG0 GND LAT0 GND CH0 NC SCK0_YA SCK0_ZA SI0_YA SI0_ZA 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 GND COM1_A GND COM1_A GND COM1_A GND GND NC VCC GND NCHG1 GND LAT1 GND CH1 NC SCK1_YA SCK1_ZA SI1_YA SI1_ZA

To Head1 Module

21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 52808-2191

GND COM2_A GND COM2_A GND COM2_A GND GND NC VCC GND NCHG2 GND LAT2 GND CH2 NC SCK2_YA SCK2_ZA SI2_YA SI2_ZA TP12 TP11 TP10 TP9

21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

52808-2191

52808-2191 ENC_PHA

VCC HEAD_U/D_H VCC HEAD_U/D_L

/P_SIDE_SENS ENC_PHB VCC

C9 CE0.1u

R4 22u/16V

IC1A 3 + + C511

R6

+ C512 22u/16V

BA10358F

R5

NON VCC

R7 10K 1%

VCC

VCC

R12

R13

NON CN21

TR1

1.0K

To PAPERSIDE SENSOR BOARD


ENC_PHA ENC_PHB 1 2 3 53261-0390 VCC R1 330 SEL6410E-TP5 LED1

To LINEAR ENCODER BOARD


CN22

/P_SIDE_SENS

IC1B

DTB123EK

R10

R11

82

100

1 2 3 4 53261-0490

VR1 22K

BA10358F

R9

2.2K

PRINT CARRIAGE BOARD 1/2

C11 CE1000p

C10

CE1000p

R8 3.3K

D1 1SS355

D2 1SS355

To Head 2 Module

TP58 TP57 TP56 TP55

TP2 TP1 TP8 TP7

To Head 2 Module

CHECK0

VHV0 GND COM0_B GND COM0_B GND COM0_B GND CHECK0 VCC NCHG0 GND LAT0 GND CH0 GND

2-39

VCC

VCC

VHV2

VCC

C505 CE0.1u + C508 22u/16V 10u/50V 22u/16V + C4 + C510

+ C506

C507 CE0.1u

C7 CE0.1u

C509 CE0.1u

22u/16V

VHV1 VCC VHV2 VCC CN6 CN7

VHV2 VCC

CN5

4 HEAD 5 HEAD
VCC VHV2 CN17 TP22 TP39 VHV2 VCC

6 HEAD
CN10

VCC CN9

VHV1

TP46

TP16 TP17 TP18 CHECK4 CHECK5

R503 10K TP61 TP68 TP67 TP36 TP37 TP38

R504 10K

R505 10K

FROM Head Board

To Head4 Module

FROM Head Board

To He a d 5 Module

NC SCK4_ZB SCK4_YB SI4_ZB SI4_YB NC SCK5_ZB SCK5_YB SI5_ZB SI5_YB 52808-2191 TP66 TP65 TP70 TP69 52808-2191

FROM Head Board

21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 TP27 TP26 TP25 TP24

NC SCK6_ZB SCK6_YB SI6_ZB SI6_YB

21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 VHV2 GND COM5_B GND COM5_B GND COM5_B GND CHECK4 VCC NCHG5 GND LAT5 GND CH5 GND VHV2 GND COM6_B GND COM6_B GND COM6_B GND CHECK5 VCC NCHG6 GND LAT6 GND CH6 GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 36FMN-BTK 36FMN-BTK VHV2 VHV2 GND GND COM5_A GND COM5_A GND COM5_A GND COM5_B GND COM5_B GND COM5_B GND VCC GND GND GND GND LAT5 GND CH5 GND NCHG5 GND GND SCK5_YA SCK5_ZA SI5_YA SI5_ZA SCK5_YB SCK5_ZB SI5_YB SI5_ZB 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

VHV1 VHV1 GND COM4_A GND COM4_A GND COM4_A GND COM4_B GND COM4_B GND COM4_B GND GND VCC GND GND GND GND GND LAT4 GND CH4 GND NCHG4 GND SCK4_ZA SCK4_YA SI4_ZA SI4_YA SCK4_ZB SCK4_YB SI4_ZB SI4_YB VHV2 VHV2 GND COM6_A GND COM6_A GND COM6_A GND COM6_B GND COM6_B GND COM6_B GND GND VCC GND GND GND GND GND LAT6 GND CH6 GND NCHG6 GND SCK6_ZA SCK6_YA SI6_ZA SI6_YA SCK6_ZB SCK6_YB SI6_ZB SI6_YB

TP15TP14TP13TP3

52808-2191

SUB BOARD_Circuit Diagram 4/4

36FMN-BTK

VCC CN12 TP23 CN20

VCC

VCC CN13 TP40

TP48

To Head4 Module

To He a d 5 M odu l e

GND COM4_A GND COM4_A GND COM4_A GND GND NC VCC GND NCHG4 GND LAT4 GND CH4 NC SCK4_YA SCK4_ZA SI4_YA SI4_ZA 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 TP71 TP72 TP73 TP78 52808-2191 52808-2191 GND COM5_A GND COM5_A GND COM5_A GND GND NC VCC GND NCHG5 GND LAT5 GND CH5 NC SCK5_YA SCK5_ZA SI5_YA SI5_ZA 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

GND COM6_A GND COM6_A GND COM6_A GND GND NC VCC GND NCHG6 GND LAT6 GND CH6 NC SCK6_YA SCK6_ZA SI6_YA SI6_ZA TP30 TP31 TP29 TP28

21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

52808-2191

VCC

VCC R506 10K(NON)

+ C513 CN1 22u/16V R508 HD_SENS 33 C500 CE100p R507 10K(NON)

IC501B

IC501D IC502D 2 11 13 TR500 DTC114EKA 74VHCT08AFT 12 11

4 12 13 74VHCT08AFT 3 6 5 74VHCT08AFT IC501A 1

CHECK3 CHECK2 CHECK1

2 VCC 8 PC502 CE0.1u IC502B 6 5 74VHCT08AFT IC502C 9 8 10 74VHCT08AFT IC502A 1 3 2 74VHCT08AFT PC501 CE0.1u 4 VCC 10 74VHCT08AFT 74VHCT08AFT IC501C 9

To D-Pics

CHECK0 CHECK5 CHECK4

COM0_A COM0_B COM1_A COM1_B COM2_A COM2_B COM4_A COM4_B COM5_A COM5_B COM6_A COM6_B 53398-1390

COM0_A COM0_B COM1_A COM1_B COM2_A COM2_B COM4_A COM4_B COM5_A COM5_B COM6_A COM6_B

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

PRINT CARRIAGE BOARD 2/2

VCC

R2 1K

R3 1K

CN14

HEAD_U/D_H

HEAD_U/D_L

1 2 3 4 5 6

To HEAD UP/DOWN SENSOR

53261-0690

To Head6 Module

TP50 TP49 TP60 TP59

To Head6 Module

CHECK3

VHV1 GND COM4_B GND COM4_B GND COM4_B GND CHECK3 VCC NCHG4 GND LAT4 GND CH4 GND

2-40

2-8 TAKEUP BOARD TAKEUP BOARD_Arrangement Diagram (Component Side)

It indicates the version of the Board.

2-41

VCC3 VCC3 R1 10K


1

CN1 TDO TDI 2 TP16


3

TP17
1

Q2 DTA114EKA VCC3

isp Writer
TMS VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 R16 220
3

2 R15 LED1 LNJ308G8LRA 53014-02 220 1 2 CN7

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Q1 DTA114EKA TCK R2 10K


TP5 TP3 TP6 TP4 TP10 TP8 TP11 TP9 TP12

53398-0890

CN3 PC5 CE0.1u VCC3 VCC3


48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 1SS355 1SS355 1SS355 1SS355 1SS355 1SS355

VCC PC6 CE0.1u PC4 CE0.1u PC3 CE0.1u

SENSOR

R3

1 2 3

33

53014-03

C10 CE100p

CN11

VCC24

R32

SENSOR INPUT CX-491


R19 4.7K

1 2 3

33

5267-03A
D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15

VCC3 TDI

R4 1.0K
I/O_A8 I/O_A6 I/O_A4 I/O_A2 I/O_A0/GEO0 CLK0/I CLK3/I I/O_D14/GOE1 I/O_D12 I/O_D10 I/O_D8 GND

R33 1.0K R18 R17 4.7K 4.7K VCC

C9 CE100p

R14 1.0K TP1

R10 1.0K

SENS2 SENS1 TDO TP18 TP19 TP20 TP21 R20 MTRON 33 TMS R21 MTRIN2 33 R22 MTRIN1 VCC3 R11 22K
TP2 TP7 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

TO MODE SELECT SW

CN6

RA2

1 2 3 4
1SS355 1SS355 1SS355 1SS355 1SS355 1SS355

4 3 2 1 TCK

4 3 2 1

5 6 7 8

5 6 7 8

MODE_CW MODE_CCW TMFOR TMBACK

5 6 7 8

TAKEUP BOARD_Circuit Diagram

1:AUTO ON FORWARD 2,3:OFF 4:AUTO ON REVERSE


D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 GND I/O_B8 I/O_B10 I/O_B12 I/O_B14 CLK1/I CLK2/I I/O_C0 I/O_C2 I/O_C4 I/O_C6 I/O_C8

5267-04A CN4

EXBV8V330J

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 TDI VCC I/O_A10 TDO I/O_A12 I/O_D6 I/O_A14 I/O_D4 GND I/O_D2 VCCO I/O_D0 I/O_B0 IC3 VCCO I/O_B2 GND I/O_B4 I/O_C14 I/O_B6 I/O_C12 TCK I/O_C10 LC4064V-75NT48C(48PIN-TQFP) VCC TMS

36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25

5 6 7 8

4 3 2 1

C5 RA1 EXBV8V472J CE100p

C7 C6 C8 CE100p CE100p CE100p 33

TO MANUAL SW 1:FORWARD 3:OFF 5:REVERSE


D18 1SS355 CLK1 C25 C26 C27 CE100p CE100p CE100p VCC +
SW1 SW2

1 2 3 4 5

5267-05A PWM f : 128Hz Duty : 47%(L=ON)

4 3 2 1

/RESET R23
8

TP13

VCC3 TP15

D20 1SS355(NON)

D19 1SS355(NON)

CABLE-ASSY,TU IF EXT XC-540


IC4
VCC

C15 2.2u/50V VCC3 R26 1.0K 1.0K 2 TRIG 47K CVolt NE555PS
1 GND

C20 CE0.1u 4 R DIS THR C22 CE0.022u 6 7 R24 Q 3 TP14

4.7K

10K

10K

CE100p

CE100p

CE100p

CE100p

53014-0510 KHS22E C23 CE0.01u

C11

C12

C18

R8

R9

R13

R12

C17

D17 1SS355(NON)

D16 1SS355(NON)

VCC3

10K

VCC3

10K

14

12

REF

+5

3 2 1 R30 1.0K 15 16 C30 CE0.01u 4 13

FL1 7 SBC8-151-202
2

1 IN GND uPC2933T
CE0.1u

1 2

7 OUT

L1 1 3

INV2 NONI2
GND

C1 E1 C2 E2 DEAD OC R31 4.7K


C R

8 9 11 10

5 7 9
7

VS

53014-04
2

EXCELDR35V C21 CE0.1u(NON) FL2


47u/16V 47u/16V CE0.1u 47u/16V

100u/63V

CE0.1u

100K

10u/35V

GND

15K 3

C19

C16

PC2

PC1

C1

C2

R6

C14

1 2

C3

C24 CE0.01u MTRON MTRIN2 MTRIN1 MTRON

SENSE

CN9

EXCELDR35V

D9 D5S6M

UPC494GS

5 6

4.7K

CE2200p

B2P-VH(NON)

R27 4.7K MTRIN2 MTRIN1

R28 1.0K C33

C13

R7

CN10

CN8

2 HEC2305-01-250(NON)

B2P-VH(NON)

R5 C4 CE0.033u

10

2-42
R25 SW1 4 3 5 1 2 VCC24 VCC C29 CE0.01u R29 4.7K D2 IC5 FB INV1 NONI1 VCC 1SS355 IC2 VCC3

CN2

RA3

1 2 3 4 5

/TU_ENABLE IN1 /TU_STATE OUT1

4 3 2 1

4 3 2 1

5 6 7 8

5 6 7 8

EXBV8V330J

C34 C35 220u/50V CE0.1u C28 CE0.1u VCC IC6 11 EN IN1 OUT1 IN2 OUT2 VREF BOOT2 L6203 8 C32 CE0.022u +

VCC24

D1

CABLE-ASSY,TU IF EXT XC-540

D21 D2FL20U BOOT1

CN5

VCC24

IC1 L4960

1SS355

D22 C31 CE0.022u D2FL20U 4 3 1

CN12 BLACK RED 1 2 5566-02A

DC24V

1 2 3 4

TAKE UP MOTOR

1 2

R34 0.56/2W

D24 D2FL20U CE0.22u

D23 D2FL20U

TAKE UP BOARD

2-9 MAINTENANCE PARTS LIST _ Electrical Parts


SERVO BOARD Reference No. Q4 IC2 IC3 IC4 HEAD BOARD Reference No. TR6,TR8 TR5,TR7 TR9,TR11 TR10,TR12 TR22,TR24 TR21,TR23 TR25,TR27 TR26,TR28 TR38,TR40 TR37,TR39 TR41,TR43 TR42,TR44 F1 F2 F3 TR66 TAKE UP BOARD Reference No. D9 IC1 IC6 Parts No 15119122 15189105 15189105 15189105 Description TR,FET 2SJ535 IC-LINEAR MTD2005 IC-LINEAR MTD2005 IC-LINEAR MTD2005 Function MOTOR POWER SUPPLY MOTOR DRIVER(Right PUMP) MOTOR DRIVER(Left PUMP) MOTOR DRIVER(Middle PUMP)

Parts No 15129121 15129122 15129121 15129122 15129121 15129122 15129121 15129122 15129121 15129122 15129121 15129122 1000001053 1000001053 1000001053 15119122

Description TR, 2SA1746 OY TR, 2SC4131 GB TR, 2SA1746 OY TR, 2SC4131 GB TR, 2SA1746 OY TR, 2SC4131 GB TR, 2SA1746 OY TR, 2SC4131 GB TR, 2SA1746 OY TR, 2SC4131 GB TR, 2SA1746 OY TR, 2SC4131 GB FUSE,04533.15MR FUSE,04533.15MR FUSE,04533.15MR TR,FET 2SJ535

Function TRANSISTOR for HEAD DRIVER(CYAN) TRANSISTOR for HEAD DRIVER(MAGENTA) TRANSISTOR for HEAD DRIVER(YELLOW) TRANSISTOR for HEAD DRIVER(BLACK) TRANSISTOR for HEAD DRIVER(LIGHT MAGENTA) TRANSISTOR for HEAD DRIVER(LIGHT CYAN) HEAD POWER FUSE (CYAN, MAGENTA) HEAD POWER FUSE (YELLOW, BLACK) HEAD POWER FUSE (LIGHT CYAN, LIGHT MAGENTA) HEAD POWER SUPPLY

Parts No 15019104 15199237 15199952

Description DI D5S6M-4000 V.RGL L4960 IC L6203

Function POWER SUPPLY SWITCHING REGULATOR MOTOR DRIVER

HEATER CONTROL BOARD Reference No. Parts No 1000001417 Revised 5 Q403 1000004355 1000001417 Q404 1000004355 1000001417 Q405 1000004355 F1 12559105 F2 12559105 F3 12559105

Description Function RELAY,S202SE2F *1 HEATER DRIVER (PRE HEATER) RELAY,SSR AQ1208 RELAY,S202SE2F *1 HEATER DRIVER (PRINT HEATER) RELAY,SSR AQ1208 RELAY,S202SE2F *1 HEATER DRIVER (DRYER HEATER) RELAY,SSR AQ1208 FUSE,5X20 021706.3MXP 6.3A/250VFUSE (PRE HEATER) FUSE,5X20 021706.3MXP 6.3A/250VFUSE (PRINT HEATER) FUSE,5X20 021706.3MXP 6.3A/250VFUSE (DRYER HEATER)

*1:When old parts are damaging, change with the board.

2-43

3 Replacement of Main Parts

To Ensure safe Work


Turn off the Main Power SW and unplug the power cable of the Printer before performing parts replacement. In case that the DU-740/640 (Option Dryer) is installed, unplug the power cables of both printer and DU-740/640 (Option Dryer) before performing parts replacement.
It is not possible to cut power off completely only by turning off the Sub Power SWs.

Unplug

AC INLET for the Printer Unit. - Rear View -

AC INLET for the Dryer Unit.

Static electricity can harm some electronic devices. To prevent static damage, discharge static electricity from your body before you touch any of electronic devices. You can do so by touching an unpainted metal surface on the chassis. You can also take the following steps to prevent damage from electrostatic discharge (ESD): z When unpacking a static-sensitive device from its shipping carton, do not remove the component from the antistatic packing material until you are ready to install the device to the machine. Just before unwrapping the antistatic packaging, be sure to discharge static electricity from your body. When transporting a sensitive devices, first place it in an antistatic container or packaging. Handle all sensitive devices in a static-safe area. If possible, use antistatic floor pads and workbench pads.

z z

3-1

The necessary adjustments after the replacement of each part, and the referential time for each work are described as follows.
HEAD REPLACEMENT : 20min. (1 Head) 1. THERMISTER CHECK 2. HEAD ALIGNMENT 3. HEAD INFORMATION CLEAR 4. CAP HEIGHT CHECK

It can be performed in the I/S MENU > CAP ADJUST > CHECK GAP. Adj. Time : 40min Total Time : 60min.

It can be performed in the I/S MENU > CAP ADJUST > CHECK GAP. Adj. Time : 2min Total Time : 32min.

CAP TOP REPLACEMENT : 30 min. (6pcs.) 1. CAP HEIGHT CHECK

CARRIAGE MOTOR REPLACEMENT : 20 min 1. SERVO LOCK CHECK 2. AGING


Adj. Time : 5min Total Time : 25min.

3. MOTOR HOURS CLEAR

It can be performed in the MOTOR MENU > AGING > SCAN.

Total Time : 25min.

PUMP REPLACEMENT : 25 min. (3 pcs.) 1. PUMP TIMES CLEAR MAIN BOARD REPLACEMENT (In case that the parameters cannot be transferred by Peck.) : 30 min. 1. DIP SW SETTING 2. BATTERY INSTALLATION 3. FIRMWARE INSTALLATION 4. SYSTEM PARAMETER INITIALIZE 5. TIME AND DATE SETTING 6. IP ADDRESS SETTING
Set the date and time in the SUB MENU > CLOCK. *Set the [DATE] in order of the [Year/Month/Day]. Start the machine with the Service Mode and set it in the User Menu.

7. FIRMWARE VERSION CONFIRMATION OF NETWORK CONTROLLER 8. HEAD RANK SETTING 9. SERIAL NUMBER INPUT 10. INK TYPE SETTING 11. CAP & WIPER CHECK 12. CAP HEIGHT CHECK 13. SENSOR CHECK
It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [I/S MENU] > [I/S CHECK]. It can be performed in the I/S MENU > CAP ADJUST > CHECK GAP.

14. LIMIT POSITION & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE 15. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP 16. PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT 17. HEAD ALIGNMENT
Adj. Time : 70min Total Time : 100min.

It can be performed in the SENSOR CHECK.

18. CALIBRATION

Only Horizontal and Bidirectional Adjustments are required.

3-2

MAIN BOARD REPLACEMENT (In case that the parameters can be transferred by Peck.) : 30 min. 1. DIP SW SETTING 2. BATTERY INSTALLATION 3. FIRMWARE INSTALLATION 4. SYSTEM PARAMETER INITIALIZE 5. IP ADDRESS SETTING 6. PUT PARAMETER 7. TIME AND DATE SETTING
Start the machine with the Service Mode and set it in the User Menu.

It can be performed in the SENSOR CHECK. Adj. Time : 30min Total Time : 60min.

8. FIRMWARE VERSION CONFIRMATION OF NETWORK CONTROLLER 9. SENSOR CHECK

Set the date and time in the SUB MENU > CLOCK.

*Set the [DATE] in order of the [Year/Month/Day].

HEAD BOARD REPLACEMENT : 10min. 1. THERMISTOR CHECK 2. HEAD UP/DOWN SENSOR CHECK
Adj. Time : 13min Total Time : 23min.

3. FAN ON THE HEAD BOARD CHECK

It can be performed in the SENSOR CHECK.

CARRIAGE BOARD REPLACEMENT : 15min. 1. HEAD UP/DOWN SENSOR CHECK 2. THERMISTER CHECK 3. PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT
It can be performed in the SENSOR CHECK.

Adj. Time : 5min Total Time : 20min.

PANEL BOARD REPLACEMENT : 7min. 1. LCD/LED//BUZ CHECK 2. KEY CHECK

It can be performed in the SUB MENU > LCD/LED/BUZ CHK.

It can be performed in the SUB MENU > KEY CHECK. Adj. Time : 3min Total Time : 10min.

It can be performed in the MOTOR MENU > AGING > BOTH. Adj. Time : 8min Total Time : 20min.

SERVO BOARD REPLACEMENT : 12min. 1. PINCH ROLLER SENSOR CHECK 2. AGING

Adj. Time : 20min Total Time : 50min.

CARRIAGE BELT REPLACEMENT : 30min. 1. BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT 2. BELT POSITION ADJUSTMENT 3. LIMIT & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE

Adj. Time : 3min Total Time : 28min.

ENCODER SCALE REPLACEMENT : 25min. 1. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP

Adj. Time : 2min Total Time : 9min.

BATTERY REPLACEMENT : 7min. 1. TIME AND DATE SETTING

3-3

3-1 HEAD REPLACEMENT

Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

Select [SUB MENU] > [HEAD REPLACE], and select the group of the target Head. Check the ink amount in the Drain Bottle. Upper Limit Discard it before the ink exceeding the upper limit.

SERVICE MENU SUB MENU [ SUB MENU PUMP UP [ PUMP UP A B C


HEAD RANK
5CY2F2F

] [

Select [PRINT MENU] > [HEAD RANK], and select the Head No. of the head that you are going to replace and input the Head Rank written on the new head. Input the Head Rank by selecting the digit with the Left and Right keys, and changing the parameters with the Up and Down keys. Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings. * The Head No. are [HEAD1], [HEAD2], [HEAD3] in order starting from the Cyan Head at the left end.

SERVICE MENU PRINT MENU [ PRINT MENU HEAD RANK [ HEAD RANK HEAD 1 [ ] ] ]

HEAD RANK 1 1234567 (1/5)

Remove the Front Cover, Right I/S Cover and Right Inner Plate.

Right I/S Cover

Right Inner Plate has a small hook on its right bottom and it is inserted to the lower cover. Be cautious when removing it.

Front Cover Right Inner Plate

3-4

Select [I/S MENU] > [I/S CONTROL] > [CAP] > [OPEN], and press the [ENTER] key. The Capping Unit moves down and allows you to move the Head Carriage by hand.

SERVICE MENU I/S MENU [ I/S MENU I/S CONTROL [ I/S CONTROL CAP [ CAP OPEN ] ] ] [ ]

Turn off the Sub Power SW, and then turn off the Main Power SW.

When replacing the Head, it is necessary to turn off the Main Power SW. If not, the Head or the Main Board may get broken. We recommend replacing the Head with the AC Cord unplugged.

Main Power SW < Rear view >

Remove the 4 screws as shown in the figure to remove the Carriage Cover.

Carriage Cover

Holes on the Top Cover

There are 2 holes on the Top Cover. 2 upper side screws can be removed by using a screwdriver through the Top Cover.

Remove the Damper Plate, and remove the 2 Ink Dampers from the Head which will be replaced.

Damper Plate

Be sure to remove and fix the Ink Damper with the Head Board Cover fixed. It prevents the ink from dropping on the Head Board. If the ink drops on the Head Board, Head will be broken.

Head Board Cover

3-5

Remove the 2 screws as shown in the figure to remove the Head Board Cover.

Head Board Cover

10

Disconnect the 2 flexible cables from the Head.

Flexible Cable

Make sure that LED on the Carriage Board is off when disconnecting the flexible cables.

11

Remove the Spring, and remove the 3 screws fixing the Head as shown in the figure. Then, pull the Head towards the front and pull it up to remove it.

Spring

12

Remove the Head from the Head Adapter and fix the new Head to the Head Adapter.

5CY2F2F

Head

Make sure to fix the Head by pressing it to the bottom left corner of the Adapter. Use the 2kgfcm torque driver (ST-056) to tighten up the screws.

Head Adapter

3-6

13

Install the Head to the Head Carriage with the 3 screws temporarily. Then, fix the Spring and tighten up the 3 screws as shown in the figure.

Use the 2kgfcm torque driver (ST-056) to tighten up the screws.


Spring

14

Connect the 2 flexible cables to the Head Board.

Flexible Cable

Be careful not to connect the wrong flexible cable.

15

Fix the Head Board Cover.

Head Board Cover

16

Replace the new 2 Ink Dampers, and fix them to the Head. Make sure to replace the Dampers when the Head is replaced. Do not hold both sides of the Ink Damper so hard. It could break. You can connect either Ink Damper to the either connector on the Head, however, basically connect the Ink Damper which has the Ink Tube with 2 lines to rear side and connect the Ink Damper which has the Ink Tube with 1 line to front side. 3-7

17

Fix the Damper Plate.

Damper Plate

Make sure not to press it down to the Dampers. Dampers could break. * Fix the screws at the bottom of the long screw holes.

18

After turning on the Main Power SW, turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

19

Select [SUB MENU] > [HEAD REPLACE], and select the group of the target Head, and press the [ENTER] key. Check the ink amount in the Drain Bottle, and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU SUB MENU [ SUB MENU HEAD REPLACE [ HEAD REPLACE A B C HEAD REPLACE A
[ENTER]

] [

CHECK DRAIN BOTTLE


[ENTER]

Go through the following sequences to perform the Head Cleaning and Ink Filling

REMOVE SOL CRT. 12345678910111 CHECK DRAIN BOTTLE SET SOLCL-LIQUID 12345678910111 FILLING INK... >>> REMOVE SOL CL 12345678910111 CHECK DRAIN BOTTLE FILLING INK... >>>
[ENTER] [ENTER]

SET SOL CRT. 12345678910111 FILLING INK... >>>

3-8

If you dispose of the drained ink when performing [PUMP UP] at 2 , select [SUB MENU] > [MAINTENANCE] > [DRAIN BOTTLE] > [EMPTY DRAIN BOTTLE] > [RESET DRAIN COUNTER] in the User's menu, and press the [ENTER] key to reset the drain counter.

SUB MENU SUB MENU MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE DRAIN BOTTLE EMPTY DRAIN BOTTLE RESET DRAIN COUNTER

20

Enter the Service Mode and perform the following adjustments.


1. THERMISTOR CHECK 2. [4-4 HEAD ALIGNMENT] 3. HEAD INFORMATION CLEAR 4. [4-8 CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT]

HOW TO CLEAR THE HEAD INFORMATION


After THERMISTOR CHECK and HEAD ALIGNMENT, clear the HEAD INFORMATION from the [SERVICE MENU] > [HISTORY MENU] > [HEAD GROUP]. Select the Head you replaced and press the [ENTER] key. * The Head No. becomes [HEAD 1], [HEAD 2], [HEAD 3] from the Head at the left end in order.

SERVICE MENU HISTORY MENU [ ] HISTORY MENU HEAD GROUP [ ][ ] HEAD GROUP CLEAR ALL [ HEAD GROUP CLEAR H6 [ HEAD GROUP CLEAR H5 [ HEAD GROUP CLEAR H4 [ HEAD GROUP CLEAR H3 [ HEAD GROUP CLEAR H2 [ HEAD GROUP CLEAR H1 ] ] ] ] ] ]

< Note for fixing the Carriage Cover >


Fix the Carriage Cover with the 4 screws shown in the figure temporarily. And tighten them without distorting the Cover.

Carriage Cover

Be careful not to distort the Carriage Cover when tightening the 2 front screws. The Head position may shift when the Carriage is distorted.
Screw

3-9

3-2 WIPER REPLACEMENT

Select [SUB MENU] > [MAINTENANCE] > [REPLACE WIPER] in the User's Menu, and press the [ENTER] key.

MENU SUB MENU SUB MENU MAINTENANCE


[ ][ ]

MAINTENANCE REPLACE WIPER


2
The Head Carriage moves to a location permitting wiper replacement, and then the screen shown in the figure appears. Open the Front Cover.

][

OPEN FRONT COVER


Front Cover

The screen shown in the figure appears.

FINISHED?

Using tweezers, grasp the bottom portion of the Wiper and take it off the hook.

Wiper Carriage

Scraper

Clean the Wiper Carriage and Scraper using the Cleaning stick if they need to be cleaned.

3-10

Remove the Wiper and install the new one.

Make sure to fix the wiper to make the rubber side faces the front.

Use the tweezers to press the area shown in the figure and engage the Wiper on the hook.

Make sure to engage it on the hook. If the Wiper is not hooked, it may fall off while in use.

Close the Front Cover, and press the [ENTER] key. The Head Carriage moves back to the standby position and the head cleaning starts automatically. When the head cleaning finishes, the screen shown in the figure appears.

MAINTENANCE REPLACE WIPER

3-11

3-3 CAP TOP REPLACEMENT

Remove the Front Cover and Right I/S Cover.


Right I/S Cover

Front Cover

Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

Select [I/S MENU] > [I/S CONTROL] > [CAP] > [OPEN], and press the [ENTER] key. The Capping Unit moves down and allows you to move the Head Carriage by hand.

SERVICE MENU I/S MENU [ I/S MENU I/S CONTROL [ I/S CONTROL CAP [ CAP OPEN ] ] ] [ ]

Move the Head Carriage slowly leftwards to the position where it is not above the Capping Unit.

3-12

Remove the 5 screws shown in the figure to remove the Pump Cover together with the Right Inner Plate.

Pump Cover

Right Inner Plate

Select [I/S MENU] > [I/S CONTROL] > [CAP] > [CLOSE], and press the [ENTER] key. The Capping Unit moves up. Press the [ENTER] key 3 times, because the Capping Unit moves up in 3 steps.

SERVICE MENU I/S MENU [ I/S MENU I/S CONTROL [ I/S CONTROL CAP [ CAP CLOSE ][ ] ] [ ] ] [ ]

Turn off the Sub Power SW, and then turn off the Main Power SW.

Main Power SW < Rear view >

Disconnect the tube (Black) of the Cap Top from the Pump.

Make sure to replace the Cap Top one by one. If you disconnect the plural tubes at the same time, there is the risk of wrong connections.

Pump

3-13

Unhook the Cap Frame with holding it by the other hand, and remove it.

Cap Frame

Make sure to hold the Cap Frame. There is a Spring under the Cap Top. The Cap Top will jump out unless you hold the cap frame when removing it.

10

Remove the Cap Top together with the tube.


Cap Top

11

Fix the new Cap Top. Make sure to fix it so that the tube side faces the front.
Cap Top

Note the following contents. 1. Do not touch the tip of rubber. 2. The Spring is properly fixed under the Cap Top. 3. Do not bend the tubes.

12

Fix the Cap Frame.

Cap Frame

3-14

13

Connect the tube of the Cap Top to the joint part of the Pump. Then, replace the other Cap Tops in the same way. You can connect the 2 tubes to any one of the joint parts.

Fix the tubes firmly. Turn on the Main Power SW, then turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

Pump

14

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

15

Select [I/S MENU] > [I/S CONTROL] > [CAP] > [OPEN], and press the [ENTER] key. The Capping Unit moves down.

SERVICE MENU I/S MENU [ I/S MENU I/S CONTROL [ I/S CONTROL CAP [ CAP OPEN ] ] ] [ ]

16

Move the Head Carriage to lock it by hand to the standby position.

3-15

17

Select [I/S MENU] > [I/S CONTROL] > [CAP] > [CLOSE], and press the [ENTER] key to move up the Capping Unit 1 step. Align the guides at the two ends of the capping unit with the guides at the two ends of the Head Carriage by moving the Head Carriage by hand. Then press the [ENTER] key twice more to Cap the Heads with adjusting the position of the Head Carriage.
Guide Guide

18

Fix the Pump Cover.

Pump Cover

19

Fix the Front Cover and Right I/S Cover. Enter the Service mode and perform the following adjustment. 1. [4-8 CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT]
Front Cover Right I/S Cover

3-16

3-4 CARRIAGE MOTOR REPLACEMENT

Turn off the Sub Power SW, and then turn off the Main Power SW.

Main Power SW < REAR VIEW >

Remove the Right Inner Plate and Panel Cover.


Panel Cover

Right Inner Plate

Remove the Panel and put it on the Top Cover.

Top Cover

Flexible Cable is connected to the Panel Board. Do not disconnect the Flexible Cable.

Panel

Panel Board

3-17

Remove the Spring.

Spring

< Front view >

Disconnect the connector of the motor cable.

Connector

Remove the 4 screws as shown in the figure to remove the Motor together with the Flange.

Flange Screw

Remove the 4 screws to remove the Motor from the Flange. Fix the Motor Cable of a new Motor using a cable tie without bending the cable root, and then fix the new Motor to the Flange.

Flange Screw

Be careful with the fixing direction of the Flange.

3-18

Fix the Flange temporarily. And Fix the Spring.


Flange Screw

Spring

Check the gears mesh without backlash in the following procedures.

1) Insert the head-unit tool into the hole at the bottom of the machine and turn it gently. The Capping Unit moves down.

Head-unit tool

2) Turn the Drive Gear by hand and check there is no backlash all the way around. If there is backlash, go back to the step 4 , and fix the motor again.

Drive Gear Motor Gear

< Top view >

3) Inset the Head-unit tool into the hole at the bottom of the machine and turn it gently. The Capping Unit rises.

Head-unit tool

3-19

4) Make the guides at the edges of the Head Carriage line up with the guides at the edges of the Capping Unit. When the heads make contact with the Capping Unit, turn the tool one or two turns more.

Guide

Guide

10

Then, tighten up the 4 screws to fix the Flange firmly in order as shown in the figure.
4 1

Apply a proper quantity of grease (P/# 21675101 FLOIL GE-676 BLACK 10ML) between gears.

< From top view >

11

Connect the connector of the motor cable.

Connector

12

Fix the Panel.

Panel

3-20

13 Fix the Panel Cover and Right Inner Plate.

Panel Cover

Front Cover Right Inner Plate

14

Perform the SERVO LOCK CHECK. After turning on the Main Power SW, turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

15

Open the Front Cover.


Front Cover

16

In [MOTOR MENU] > [SERVO LOCK] menu, select [S]. Move the Head Carriage left and right by hand and make sure the value on the LCD changes as the Head moves.

SERVICE MENU MOTOR MENU [ MOTOR MENU SERVO LOCK [ SERVO LOCK S: ] 3 ] [ ]

3-21

17 Press the [ENTER] key to excite the Motor.

Check the Head Carriage can not be moved easily by hand and the value on the LCD doesn't change.

SERVO LOCK S: 1688 [ ENTER ] SERVO LOCK S:* 1688

18

Perform the AGING for checking. Go back to the [MOTOR MENU], and select [AGING] > [SCAN] and press the [ENTER] key. Confirm that the machine performs the AGING properly and press the [ENTER] key to finish AGING. Do the AGING with the Head Height set at the HIGH position for its safety. Do not load any media when performing [AGING]. Clear the motor working hours. Go back to the Service Menu, and select [HISTORY MENU] > [MOTOR GROUP] > [MOTOR HOURS S] > [CLEAR] and press the [ENTER] key. The motor working hours will be reset to 0.

SERVICE MENU MOTOR MENU [ MOTOR MENU AGING [ AGING SCAN ] ]

19

SERVICE MENU HITORY MENU [ HITORY MENU MOTOR GROUP [ ][ ] ]

MOTOR HOURS S 1653 hours [ ]

MOTOR HOURS S CLEAR [ ENTER ]

3-22

3-5 PUMP REPLACEMENT

Remove the Front Cover and Right I/S Cover.

Right I/S Cover

Front Cover

Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

Select [I/S MENU] > [I/S CONTROL] > [CAP] > [OPEN], and press the [ENTER] key. The Capping Unit moves down and allows you to move the Head Carriage by hand.

SERVICE MENU I/S MENU [ I/S MENU I/S CONTROL [ I/S CONTROL CAP [ CAP OPEN ] ] ] [ ]

Move the Head Carriage slowly leftwards to the position where it is not above the Capping Unit.

3-23

Turn off the Sub Power SW, and then turn off the Main Power SW.

Main Power SW < Rear view >

Remove the 5 screws shown in the figure to remove the Pump Cover together with the Right Inner Plate.

Pump Cover

Right Inner Plate

Disconnect the connector of the Pump Motor.

Connector

Pump

8 Disconnect the tube (Black) of the Cap Top and the tube
(Transparence) of the Drain from the Pump.
Tube (Cap Top side) Tube (Drain side)

Make sure to replace the Pump one by one. If you disconnect the tubes of the plural Pumps at the same time, there is a risk of wrong connections.

3-24

Remove the 2 screws as shown in the figure to remove the Pump Unit.

Screw

10

Remove the 3 screws shown in the figure to remove the Motor from the Pump Unit. Fix the new Pump Unit to the Motor.
Motor

Pump Unit

11

Fix the Pump Unit with the 2 screws as shown in the figure.

Screw

12

Connect the tube (Black) of the Cap Top and the tube (Transparence) of the Drain. Then, replace other Pumps in the same way. Connect the tubes on the Cap Top side to the left joint and connect the tubes on the Drain side to the right joint. Fix the tubes firmly. Make sure that the tubes on the Drain side are inserted to the Ink trash. 3-25

Tube (Cap Top side)

Tube (Drain side)

Ink trash

13

Connect the connector of the Pump Motor.

Connector

Pump

14

Move the Head Carriage to lock it by hand to the standby position.

15

After turning on the Main power SW, turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

16

Select [I/S MENU] > [I/S CONTROL] > [CAP] > [CLOSE], and press the [ENTER] key to move up the Capping Unit 1 step. Align the Guides at the two ends of the Capping Unit with the Guides at the two ends of the Head Carriage by moving the Head Carriage by hand. Then press the [ENTER] key twice more to Cap the Heads while adjusting the position of the Head Carriage.
Guide Guide

3-26

17

Clear the pump rotation times. Go back to the Service Menu, and select [HISTORY MENU] > [MOTOR GROUP]. Then, select the pump you replaced. Select [CLEAR] and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU HITORY MENU [ HITORY MENU MOTOR GROUP [ ] ]

MOTOR HOURS F 3 hours [ ] PUMP TIMES A CLEAR

PUMP TIMES A 9134 times

18

Select [SERVICE MENU] > [I/S MENU] > [PUMP CHECK], and perform [PUMP SUCTION] and [PUMP RELEASE] for visually checking the Pumps work correctly.

SERVICE MENU I/S MENU [ I/S MENU PUMP CHECK ][ ] PUMP CHECK PUMP SUCTION PUMP CHECK PUMP RELEASE

19

Fix the Pump Cover with the 5 screws shown in the figure.

Pump Cover

20

Fix the Front Cover and Right I/S Cover.


Right I/S Cover

Front Cover

3-27

3-6 INK TUBE REPLACEMENT

After turning on the Main power SW, turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

Select [SUB MENU] > [PUMP UP], and select the group of the target tube.

SERVICE MENU SUB MENU [ SUB MENU PUMP UP [ PUMP UP A B C ] ] [ ]

Turn off the Sub Power SW, and then turn off the Main Power SW.

Main Power SW < Rear view >

Remove the following covers. Right I/S Cover Top Cover Right Top Cover Front Rail Cover Front Cover Left I/S Cover (XJ-740 Only)

Front Rail Cover Top Cover Right Top Cover Right I/S Cover

Left I/S Cover Front Cover

3-28

Remove the 4 screws as shown in the figure to remove the Carriage Cover.

Carriage Cover

Remove the Carriage Board Cover.

Carriage Board Cover

Remove the Carriage Board Cover by pushing the part indicated by the arrows because the top part of the support is easy to break.

Remove the 2 Nylon Rivets fixing the clear plates. Then, disconnect all the 6 flexible cables that are coming from the Cable Vayor.

Filters

Flexible Cables

Handle the Filters with care. The Filters may break when dropped.

Remove the Guide Plates of the Cable Vayor and Cable Guides. Then, take out the flexible cables from the Cable Vayor.
Guide Plate

Cable Guide

< Rear view of the machine >

3-29

Disconnect the Ink Tubes from the Ink Dampers, and put the scotch tape on the tip of the Ink Tube to prevent the ink from coming out.

Make sure not to replace the Ink Tubes of the different colors at the same time. There is a risk of connecting wrongly when fixing the new ones.

10

Disconnect the Ink Tubes from the Joints, and put the scotch tape on the tip of the Ink Tubes to prevent the ink from coming out.

It is not necessary to replace the Ink Tubes of the other side (Ink Cartridge side) of the Joints.
Joint

< Rear view of the machine >

11

Pull out the Ink Tubes from the Cable Vayor, and put the new Ink Tubes in the Cable Vayor.

Make sure to insert the Ink Tubes to the right slots shown in the figure.

Lm Lc M C

K M C

12

Connect the new Ink Tubes to the Joints, and mark both ends of the Ink Tubes to indicate the color of the ink.

Be careful not to forget to fix the O rings. Make sure that the Tubes are connected straight and firmly at the joint part.

Joint

< Rear view of the machine >

3-30

13

Cut the Ink Tubes at appropriate length and connect them to the Ink Dampers. Then, replace the other Ink Tubes in the same way.

14

Connect the 6 Flexible Cables to the Carriage Board and fix the Nylon Rivets to fix the Clear Plates.

Filters

Flexible Cables

Be careful not to forget to fix the Filters.

15

Fix the Carriage Board Cover.

Carriage Board Cover

16

Fix the Guide Plates and the Cable Guides. Do not fix the Guide Plates for the 3 positions from the end of Cable Vayor.
Guide Plate

Blank

< Rear view of the machine > 3-31

Fix the Cable Guide at the position shown in the figure. Cable Guides are to be fixed next to the Tube Guides.

Cable Guide Tube Guide

< Rear view of the machine >

17 After turning on the Main power SW, turn on the Sub


Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

18

Select [SUB MENU] > [FILL INK], and select the group which you want to fill ink of, and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU SUB MENU [ SUB MENU FILL INK [ FILL INK A B C ] ] [ ]

3-32

3-7 BOARDS REPLACEMENT (Head / Servo / Main / SW Power Supply)


BOARD LAYOUT (IN CHASSIS)
1. Board Cover opened
TU Junction Board

Heater Board

Servo Board

Main Board

Head Board

Board Stay

2. Board Stay removed

SW Power Supply (5V, 24V) AC Junction Board

DC Junction Board

SW Power Supply (41V)

3-33

Turn off the Sub Power SW and then turn off the Main Power SW, and pull out the AC cord.

Main Power SW < Rear view >

Remove the Chassis Cover.


Chassis Cover

3-34

HEAD BOARD REPLACEMENT


HEAD BOARD CONNECTOR LAYOUT

CN12 CN11 CN9 CN13

CN1~7

Disconnect all the Cables from the Head Board.

Revised 7

Remove the screws as shown in the gure to replace to the new Head Board. Make sure that there is no gap in connected part with the main board when connecting the Head Board.
< NG > Main Board Head Board

GAP

3-35

Connect all the Cables to the Head Board.

Carry out the following checks. 1. THERMISTOR CHECK 2. HEAD UP/DOWN SENSOR CHECK It can be performed in the SENSOR CHECK. 3. FAN ON THE HEAD BOARD

3-36

SERVO BOARD REPLACEMENT


SERVO BOARD CONNECTOR LAYOUT
CN16 CN14 CN17 CN18 CN15

CN12 CN11 CN8

CN7

CN4

CN1,2

Disconnect all the Cables from the Servo Board.

Remove the screws shown in the figure to replace with the new Servo Board.

3-37

Connect all the cables to the Servo Board.

Carry out the following adjustments and settings. 1. PINCH ROLLER SENSOR CHECK 2. AGING

3-38

MAIN BOARD REPLACEMENT


MAIN BOARD CONNECTOR LAYOUT

CN11 CN10 CN9 CN7 CN8

CN4

CN6

Connect the AC cord, and turn on the Main Power SW.

Main Power SW < Rear view >

Start the Peck.

3-39

Perform [Get Report] and [Get Parameters], and save them.

Turn off the Main Power SW and pull out the AC cord.

< Rear view >

Main Power SW

Disconnect all the Cables which are connected to the Main Board.

Revised 7

Remove the screws as shown in the gure xing the head Board, and disconnect from the Main Board.

Main Board

Head Board

3-40

Revised 7

Remove the screws as shown in the gure xing the Main Board, and replace with the new Main Board.

Main Board

Revised 7

Connect the Head Board to the Main Board, and x it with the screws as shown in the gure. Make sure that there is no gap in connected part with the main board when connecting the Head Board.
< NG > Main Board Head Board

GAP

Connect all the cables to the Head Board.

3-41

10

Perform the following operations after replacement.


1. DIP SW SETTING 2. BATTERY INSTALLATION
Refer to [3-8 BATTERY REPLACEMENT]

3. FIRMWARE INSTALLATION
Refer to [4-2 HOW TO UPGRADE/INSTALL FIRMWARE]

4. SYSTEM PARAMETER INITIALIZE


Refer to [4-2 HOW TO UPGRADE/INSTALL FIRMWARE]

5. IP ADDRESS SETTING
Start the machine with the Service Mode and set it in the User Menu.

6. PUT PARAMETER
Refer to [4-2 HOW TO UPGRADE/INSTALL FIRMWARE]

7. TIME AND DATE SETTING


Set the date and time in the [SERVICE MENU] > [SUB MENU] > [CLOCK]. *Set the [DATE] in order of the [Year/Month/Day].

8. FIRMWARE VERSION CONFIRMATION OF NETWORK CONTROLLER


Refer to [4-3 HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE OF THE NETWORK CONTROLLER]

9. SENSOR CHECK
It can be performed in the SERVICE MENU > SENSOR CHECK.

Perform the following operations if it is not possible to transfer the parameters by Peck4.
1. DIP SW SETTING 2. BATTERY INSTALLATION
Refer to [3-8 BATTERY REPLACEMENT]

3. FIRMWARE INSTALLATION
Refer to [4-2 HOW TO UPGRADE/INSTALL FIRMWARE]

4. SYSTEM PARAMETER INITIALIZE


Refer to [4-2 HOW TO UPGRADE/INSTALL FIRMWARE]

5. TIME AND DATE SETTING


Set the date and time in the [SERVICE MENU] > [SUB MENU] > [CLOCK]. *Set the [DATE] in order of the [Year/Month/Day].

6. IP ADDRESS SETTING
Start the machine with the Service Mode and set it in the User Menu.

7. FIRMWARE VERSION CONFIRMATION OF NETWORK CONTROLLER


Refer to [4-3 HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE OF THE NETWORK CONTROLLER]

8. HEAD RANK SETTING


It can be set in the [PRINT MENU] > [HEAD RANK].

9. SERIAL NUMBER INPUT


It can be set in the [SUB MENU] > [SERIAL NO.].

10. INK TYPE SETTING


It can be set in the [SUB MENU] > [CHANGE INKTYPE].

11. CAP & WIPER CHECK It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [I/S MENU] > [I/S CHECK]. 12. CAP HEIGHT CHECK It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [I/S MENU] > [CAP ADJUST] > [CHECK GAP]. 13. SENSOR CHECK
It can be performed in the Sensor Check.

14. LIMIT POSITION& CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE


Refer to [4-5 LIMIT POSITION & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE].

15. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP


Refer to [4-7 LINEAR ENCODER SETUP].

16. PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT


Refer to [4-6 PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT].

17. HEAD ALIGNMENT


Refer to [4-4 HEAD ALIGNMENT]. * Only Horizontal and Bidirectional Adjustment are required.

18. CALIBRATION
Refer to [4-9 CALIBRATION].

3-42

SW POWER SUPPLY REPLACEMENT (41V)


SW POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR LAYOUT

Connected to the [CN301] on the AC Junction Board

Connected to the [CN800] on the DC Junction Board

Disconnect the Cables from the following boards and remove them with the Stays. HEATER BOARD SERVO BOARD MAIN BOARD HEAD BOARD

Servo Board Heater Board

Main Board

Head Board

Disconnect all the cables connected to the SW Power Supply.

Remove the 4 screws shown in the figure and replace with the new SW Power Supply (41V).

3-43

Connect all the Cables.

Set the output voltage of SW Power Supply to + 41V. 1. Turn on the Main Power SW.

Use the Digital multi-Meter that can measure the direct voltage.

Main Power SW < Rear view >

2. Put the black probe into CN51-1pin (GND) and the red probe into CN51-8pin (Vout) on the SW Power Supply.

CN51-1pin

CN51-8pin

Probe

3. Rotate the volume clockwise using the screwdriver to adjust the output voltage value to +41V+0.1. When the output voltage exceeds the +41.4V, the protection circuit on the SW Power Supply is activated and it stops outputting the voltage. In this case, SW Power Supply will output the voltage by rotating the volume counterclockwise. When the protection circuit works, SW Power Supply may not output for a while. Measure the voltage some time later again. 3-44

Volume

Fix the following boards removed in the step 1 . Connect all the Cables. HEATER BOARD SERVO BOARD MAIN BOARD HEAD BOARD

Servo Board Heater Board

Main Board

Head Board

Revised 7

Make sure that there is no gap in connected part with the main board when connecting the Head Board.
Main Board Head Board

< NG >

GAP

3-45

SW POWER SUPPLY REPLACEMENT (5V, 24V)


SW POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR LAYOUT

Connected to the [CN302] on the AC Junction Board

Connected to the [CN801] on the DC Junction Board

Disconnect the Cables from the following boards and remove them with the Stays. HEATER BOARD SERVO BOARD MAIN BOARD HEAD BOARD

Servo Board Heater Board

Main Board

Head Board

Disconnect all the cables which are connected to the SW Power Supply.

Remove the 4 screws shown in the figure and replace with the new SW Power Supply (5V, 24V).

3-46

Connect all the Cables.

Fix the following boards removed in the step 1 . Connect all the Cables. HEATER BOARD SERVO BOARD MAIN BOARD HEAD BOARD

Servo Board Heater Board

Main Board

Head Board

Revised 7

Make sure that there is no gap in connected part with the main board when connecting the Head Board.
Main Board Head Board

< NG >

GAP

3-47

3-8 BATTERY REPLACEMENT

Do not recharge, short-circuit, disassembly the lithium battery, nor put it into fire.
It may cause heat, explosion and fire.

Put tape around the lithium battery for insulation for disposal or preservation.
It may cause heat, explosion and fire.

Turn off the Sub Power SW, and then turn off the Main Power SW.

Main Power SW < Rear view >

Remove the Chassis Cover.

Chassis Cover

3-48

Remove the Battery on the Main Board by pushing it down and tilting towards right.

Socket 1

Main Board

Replace the Battery with a new one.


Socket

Be careful with the direction of the Battery.


Battery

Main Board

Turn on the Main Power SW and turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

Select [SUB MENU] > [CLOCK] > [TIME], and set the time and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU SUB MENU

SUB MENU CLOCK [ CLOCK TIME ] [ ]

The display of [B], which shows a battery exhaustion, disappears by this step.

[ TIME 00:00:59 [ TIME 13:01:59 B B

[ ENTER ]

3-49

Select [SUB MENU] > [CLOCK] > [DATE], and set the date and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU SUB MENU

SUB MENU CLOCK [ CLOCK DATE [ DATE 00/00/00 [ DATE 06/08/08 ] ] ] [ ]

Edit screen

Turn off the Sub Power SW, and then turn off the Main Power SW.

Main Power SW < Rear view >

Fix the Chassis Cover.

Chassis Cover

10 Dispose the Battery.

3-50

3-9 CARRIAGE BELT REPLACEMENT

Turn off the Sub Power SW, and then turn off the Main Power SW.

Main Power SW < Rear view >

Remove the following covers. Right I/S Cover Top Cover Right Top Cover Front Rail Cover Front Cover Panel Cover Left I/S Cover (XJ-740 only) Flexible Cable is connected to the Panel Board. Do not disconnect the Flexible Cable. After turning on the Main Power SW, turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

Front Rail Cover Top Cover Right Top Cover Right I/S Cover Left I/S Cover Front Cover Panel Cover

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

To protect the Heads, select [I/S MENU] > [I/S CONTROL] > [CAP] > [OPEN]. And press the [ENTER] key to move down the Capping Unit.

SERVICE MENU I/S MENU [ I/S MENU I/S CONTROL [ I/S CONTROL CAP [ CAP OPEN ] ] ] [ ]

3-51

Turn off the Sub Power SW, and then turn off the Main Power SW.

Main Power SW < Rear view >

Remove the Carriage Cover.

Carriage Cover

Remove the Damper Plate.

Damper Plate

Remove the Ink Dampers from head 2 and 3. Remove the 2 screws fixing the Belt Holder to the Head Carriage.

Screw

3-52

Loosen the 2 Fixingscrews as shown in the figure located leftside of the Belt. And loosen the Adjustment Screw.

< Top view - Leftside of the Belt >

Fixingscrew Adjustment Screw

10

Move the Belt Holder to the left.

Do not scratch the Encoder Scale when removing the Belt from the Carriage or moving the Belt Holder. For working easily and safely, it is recommended to remove the encoder/encoder scale if it is difficult to remove or move the Belt Holder.

Belt Holder

11

Loosen the 4 screws to remove the Carriage Belt.

Do not scratch the Encoder Scale when removing the carriage Belt. If the grease of the Belt adheres to the Encoder Scale, it can be a cause of defective printing.

12

Replace with the new Carriage Belt.

Check that the Belt is not twisted.

Put adequate quantity of grease(P/# : 21675102 GREASE, FLOIL G-902Y 10ML) between pulleys.
< Left side > < Right side >

3-53

13

Tighten the Screws shown in the figure to fix both edges of the Carriage Belt to the Belt Holder.

< Cross-section diagram from the front view >

OK)
Screw Plastic Plate Plastic Plate
Metal Plate

When fixing the Carriage Belt, make sure the ends of the Belt are not overlapped.
Carriage Belt

Belt Holder

Be careful with fixing direction of the Plastic Plate and fixing order of the Plates.
< Cross-section diagram from the side view > Screw Metal Plate Plastic Plate

NG)
Screw Plastic Plate
Metal Plate

Plastic Plate

Carriage Belt Screw Plastic Plate


Metal Plate

Belt Holder Plastic Plate

Carriage Belt

Belt Holder

Carriage Belt

Belt Holder

14

Move the Belt Holder by hand to the position of the screw hole which is for fixing with the carriage.

Belt Holder

15

Fix the Belt Holder to the Head Carriage with the screws. Then, fix the Ink Dampers to the head 2 and 3.

Screw

3-54

16

Fix the Damper Plate.

Damper Plate

Make sure not to press it down to the Dampers. Dampers could break. * Fix the screws at the bottom of the long screw hole.

17

Tighten the Adjustment Screw to have tension on the Belt. And tighten the 2 Fixingscrews shown in the figure.

< Top view - Leftside of the Belt >

Do not tighten the Screws too hard.

Adjustment Screw

FIxingscrew

18 After turning on the Main Power SW, turn on the Sub


Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

19 Select

[I/S MENU] > [I/S CONTROL] > [CAP] > [CLOSE], and press the [ENTER] key to move up the Capping Unit 1 step. Align the guides at the two ends of the Capping Unit with the guides at the two ends of the Head Carriage by moving the Head Carriage by hand. Then press the [ENTER] key twice more to cap the heads while adjusting the position of the Head Carriage.

Guide

Guide

20 Carry out the following adjustments and setting.


1. [4-10 Belt Tension Adjustment] 2. [4-11 Belt Position Adjustment] 3. [4-5 Limit & Cut Down Position Initialize]

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3-10 ENCODER SCALE REPLACEMENT

Remove the following covers. Right I/S Cover Front Rail Cover Front Cover Left I/S Cover (XJ-740 only)

Left I/S Cover Front Rail Cover Right I/S Cover

Front Cover

After turning on the Main power SW, turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing the Left, Right and Down keys to enter the Service Mode.

+
MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

Select [I/S MENU] > [I/S CONTROL] > [CAP] > [OPEN], and press the [ENTER] key. The Capping Unit moves down and allows you to move the Head Carriage by hand.

SERVICE MENU I/S MENU [ I/S MENU I/S CONTROL [ I/S CONTROL CAP [ CAP OPEN ] ] ] [ ]

Move the Head Carriage slowly leftwards.

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Remove the Encoder Scale by removing the Plate fixing the Encoder Scale on its right end and the Spring on its left end.
Spring

Encoder Scale Plate

Remove the Spring Plate from the Encoder Scale and fix it to the Encoder Scale on the side without a cutout.
Spring Plate Cutout

Make sure not to make scratches or put grease on the Encoder Scale when fixing it. Do not touch the surface of the Encoder Scale.

Put the Encoder Scale in between the Encoder Plate and the Guide Rail. Then, fix the right end with the Plate and hook up the Spring on the left end. After fixing, confirm that the Encoder Scale is in place.

Spring Plate

Encoder Scale Encoder Plate

Do not loosen or tighten the screws fixing the Encoder Plate.


Screw

Move the Head Carriage in a whole width of the machine. Make sure that the Encoder Scale doesn't make contact with the Encoder Module and also that the Encoder Scale is between the slit of the Encoder Module.

Carry out the [4-7 LINEAR ENCODER SETUP].

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3-11 PINCH ROLLER REPLACEMENT 1 Remove the Pinch Roller from the Pinch Lever.

Pinch Lever

Pinch Roller

2 Fix the new Pinch Roller to the Pinch Lever.

Make sure that the Pinch Roller is fixed firmly at the 3 points and the hook.

Pinch Lever

Pinch Roller

Hook

< Bottom view >

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3-12 TAKE-UP BOARD REPLACEMENT 1 Turn off the Sub Power SW and Main Power SW of the
machine, and turn off the SW of the Take-up unit. Remove the TU Cover.

TU Cover

2 Remove the 2 screws as shown in the figure to remove


the Plate fixing the Board.
Board Plate Screw

Shaft

3 Remove all the cables that are connected to the Board.

4 Remove the 4 screws to remove the Board from the


Plate. Replace with the new Board.

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5 Connect all the cables to the Board.

6 Fix the Plate.


Board Plate

Shaft

7 Fix the TU Cover.

TU Cover

8 Check the following.


1. [4-12 TAKE-UP UNIT OPERATION CHECK]

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4 Adjustment
4-1 SERVICE MODE
[ ], [ ], [ ] + POWER ON [ MENU ] key
MENU SERVICE MENU

SERVICE MENU PRINT MENU

PRINT MENU HEAD RANK

HEAD RANK HEAD 1

HEAD RANK 1 1234567 (1/5)

HEAD RANK HEAD 6

HEAD RANK 6 1234567 (1/5)

This menu is used for entering the HEAD RANK for each HEAD with 35 digit number and alphabet. The digits can be changed with [left] and [right] keys and parameters can be changed with [up] and [down] keys. The digit being changed is marked with an under bar. Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings. Warning sound goes off when the calculation for verification, CHECK SUM, is not correct, in order to avoid input error.

PRINT MENU HEAD ADJUST

HEAD ADJUST BIAS

BIAS TEST PRINT

PERFORMING TEST PRINT


Feeds media for visual check of the test pattern, by pressing [up] or [down] keys while in [TEST PRINT] menu. Also by pressing [up] or [down] keys again after feeding, media returns to the original position.

BIAS --- VIEW --HEAD ADJUST VERTICAL VERTICAL TEST PRINT PERFORMING TEST PRINT
Feeds media for visual check of the test pattern, by pressing [up] or [down] keys while in [TEST PRINT] menu. Also by pressing [up] or [down] keys again after feeding, media returns to the original position.

VERTICAL --- VIEW --HEAD ADJUST HORIZONTAL HORIZONTAL TEST PRINT PERFORMING TEST PRINT

HORIZONTAL DT1, Low

H1 2

H2 1

H3 3

H5 2

H6 1

HORIZONTAL DT3, Low

H1 2

H2 1

H3 3

H5 2

H6 1

HORIZONTAL DT1, High

H1 2

H2 1

H3 3

H5 2

H6 1

HORIZONTAL DT3, High

H1 2

H2 1

H3 3

H5 2

H6 1

Cursor can be moved with [left] and [right] keys, and value can be selected with [up] and [down] keys. The value being selected is marked with an under bar. It returns to the former menu by pressing [left] key when the cursor is on the head of the left end. It starts with H2 when H1 is defined as the standard head. Default: 0 Range: -30 to +30dot (changeable by 0.5dot) 0.5dot is indicated as 1/2.

HEAD ADJUST BI-DIR.DEFAULT

BI-DIR.DEFAULT TEST PRINT

TEST PRINT 123456

PERFORMING TEST PRINT

Cursor can be moved with [left] and [right] keys, and the heads can be turned ON/OFF with [up] and [down] keys. Press [ENTER] key to start the test print of the selected heads. It returns to the former menu by pressing [left] key when the cursor is on the head 1.

BI-DIR.DEFAULT DT1, Low BI-DIR.DEFAULT DT3, Low BI-DIR.DEFAULT DT1, High

H1 2 H1 2 H1 2

H2 1 H2 1 H2 1

H3 3 H3 3 H3 3

H4 2 H4 2 H4 2

H5 1 H5 1 H5 1

H6 3 H6 3 H6 3

BI-DIR.DEFAULT DT3, High

H1 2

H2 1

H3 3

H4 2

H5 1

H6 3

Cursor can be moved with [left] and [right] keys, and value can be selected with [up] and [down] keys. The value being selected is marked with an under bar. It returns to the former menu by pressing [left] key when the cursor is on the head of the left end. Default: It can be changed starting from the standard value (15) with [up] and [down] keys. Range: 0 to +60dot (changeable by 0.5dot which is indicated as 1/2.

HEAD ADJUST STANDARD HEAD

STANDARD HEAD 3 > 3

This menu is hidden normally. It appears when Base Head Menu is enabled on Bit6 of PAGE2 in SYSTEM SWITCH menu.

This menu is used for adjusting Head Alignment. Refer to [4-4 HEAD ALIGNMENT].

4-1

Normal (beeps 1 time)

PRINT MENU LINEAR ENCODER

NOW PROCESSING.. POS: 1361.00mm

LINEAR ENCODER SETUP COMPLETED


Error (beeps 2 times)

LINEAR ENCODER SETUP FAILED LINEAR ENCODER HEADBOARD FAILED

Error is found on Linear Encoder and Scale. Error is found on Head Board.

This menu is for checking the installation and operation of Encoder Module and Encoder Scale. Refer to [4-7 LINEAR ENCODER SETUP].

PRINT MENU CALIB.DEFAULT

CALIB.DEFAULT TEST PRINT

PERFORMING TEST PRINT

This menu is used for Calibration. Refer to [4-9 CALIBR ATION (FEEDING DIRECTION)].

CALIB.DEFAULT TEST PRINT 2

PERFORMING TEST PRINT

CALIB.DEFAULT SETTING

SETTING +0.05%

+0.10%

When it shows [ ], it means that it has never been setup and it needs to be set. In this case, even if adjustment is unnecessary by the test result, it needs to be set with [0].

PRINT MENU DOUBLED HEADS

DOUBLED HEADS HEAD 1&2 5&6

This menu is displayed only when the Ink Type is Max 2MC. This is for specifying the MC head combination to be disabled under the situation when the Ink Type is Max 2MC and printing in non-high-speed mode using 4heads. This setting is active only when ALTERNATE HEAD is DISABLED in the user menu. Options: 1&2, 5&6 Default: 5&6

PRINT MENU TEST PATTERN

TEST PATTERN HORIZONTAL

PERFORMING TEST PRINT

It is for checking the Head Alignment in Horizontal.

TEST PATTERN BI-DIR.

PERFORMING TEST PRINT

It is for checking the Head Alignment in Bidirection.

TEST PATTERN FILL

PERFORMING TEST PRINT

It prints on the entire print range solid in single color by each head. Print mode is fixed at 720 dps and 8 pass.

TEST PATTERN BI-DIR. CHECK

PERFORMING TEST PRINT

This print pattern is for checking a shifting error in Bidirection and also for confirming the mechanical tendency.

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Normal

SERVICE MENU I/S MENU

I/S MENU I/S CHECK

NOW PROCESSING..
Checking

I/S CHECK COMPLETED


Error

I/S CHECK ERROR CAP


This menu is for checking the motors and sensors of Cap (Up/Down), Wipers and Slider. **Make sure to move the head carriage towards left off the capping unit before performing this check. It may damage Head, Cap or Wiper Unit. Error Displays CAP: Error is found on Capping Motor or Capping Sensor. WIPER: Error is found on Wiper Motor or Wiper Sensor.

I/S MENU PUMP CHECK

PUMP CHECK PUMP SUCTION

NOW PROCESSING..

PUMP CHECK PUMP RELEASE

NOW PROCESSING..

This is for checking the pump motor. The rotation for both ink suction and release can be checked. All pump motors rotate for 5 seconds and stop.

I/S MENU I/S CONTROL

I/S CONTROL CAP

CAP OPEN

I/S CONTROL WIPER

WIPER FRONT

CAP: Opens and closes the cap Cap must not be left opened for long time when ink is installed. Dried ink may damage Head. Option: OPEN/CLOSE Default: OPEN WIPER: Moves the wiper towards front and rear. Option: FRONT/REAR Default: FRONT **Caution: When moving the Head Carriage by hand, pay attention to the Cap height and Wiper position to avoid clashing. Also, when moving the Cap and Wiper, pay attention to the Carriages, especially the Head Carriage.

I/S MENU CAP ADJUST

CAP ADJUST ADJUST POS.

ADJUST POS. 0.00 -2.00

This is for adjusting and checking the height of the cap. Refer to [4-8 CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT].

CAP ADJUST CHECK GAP

CHECK GAP 0.00

I/S MENU CAP AGING

NOW PROCESSING..

CAP AGING COMPLETED


Error (beeps 2 times)

This is to confirm that the capping is done properly within the operation range.

CAP AGING FAILED !!

I/S MENU WIPER AGING

NOW PROCESSING..

WIPER AGING COMPLETED


Error (beeps 2 times)

WIPER AGING FAILED !!

4-3

Remove all cartridges before pressing ENTER

Set cartridge to SLOT1

I/S MENU CARTRIDGE

CARTRIDGE IC CHECK

IC CHECK SLOT1
Error

INSERT

All cartridges must be removed before entering IC CHECK menu. It detects Ink Cartridge IC, writes and loads information, and checks the communication. First of all, it confirms if there is the driver for IC detection. The following display indicates that error is found on driver.

IC CHECK SLOT1
Normal

ERROR

IC CHECK SYSTEM ERROR


Next, IC communication is checked individually by SLOT. When a cartridge is inserted, it automatically starts to communicate with the cartridge IC and checks it. The display shows [OK] when the communication is done properly. As cartridge is removed, the next cartridge SLOT number to be inserted is displayed. Starting from SLOT1, it continues to SLOT12 in order. When the check of SLOT12 is completed, the following message is displayed at the end of check.

IC CHECK SLOT1

OK

From SLOT1 to 12 in order Set cartridge to SLOT12

IC CHECK SLOT12
Error

INSERT

IC CHECK COMPLETED
It returns to IC CHECK menu by pressing ENTER key. When communication is failed, it displays as below.

IC CHECK SLOT12
Normal

ERROR

IC CHECK SLOT1 ERROR


It returns to IC CHECK menu by pressing ENTER key.

IC CHECK SLOT12

OK
*Any cartridge can be used for this check as long as it has IC chip on it. *No information is written on IC chip during this check. (Normally, the count of the cartridge installation is written. However, the count of the installation in this check is not written.) *Before this IC check, make sure Cartridge Sensor is working properly.

IC CHECK COMPLETED

CARTRIDGE SLOT 1

SL1 : SERIAL 1402A30C010000A5 SL1 : INK TYPE Max K SL1 : CAPACITY 400cc

Serial No. of the Ink Cartridge IC is displayed.

Ink type is displayed.

Ink capacity is displayed.

SL1 : LOT NO. 40216A

Lot No. of the Ink Cartridge is displayed.

SL1 : CONSUM. 100.000cc

Ink consumption is displayed.

SL1 : TIME 0y000d00h00m00s

The used time of the Ink Cartridge is displayed.

SL1 : INSERT 1 times SL1 : FLAG 000000000

The insert count of the Ink Cartridge is displayed.

The Flag information of the Ink Cartridge is displayed.

CARTRIDGE SLOT 2

It reads the information written on the IC of each carriage. Following messages are displayed when some error is found. Ink cartridge is not inserted

SLOT1 NO CARTRIDGE CARTRIDGE SLOT 12


A cartridge with no IC is inserted, wire break or short

SLOT1 NO IC CHIP
System error due to the trouble such as a damage of driver IC placed on INK TANK BOARD

SLOT1 SYSTEM ERROR


Data error

SLOT1 DATA ERROR

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SERVICE MENU SENSOR CHECK

FRHCPULWcwab H

123456789101112 E C

This menu displays the real-time status of each sensor. It shows " " when the sensor is ON. The first page shows the status of each sensor. Each alphabet stands for as follows. F: Front Paper Sensor R: Rear Paper Sensor H: Limit Sensor C: Front Cover Sensor P: Maintenance Cover Sensor U: Head Up/Down Sensor L: Pinch Roller Sensor W: Paper Side Sensor c: Capping Sensor w: Wiper Sensor a: TU Motor Drive Sensor (When TU is connected) b: Out of use Head Up/Down Sensor H: Head HIGH L: Head LOW TU Motor Drive Sensor : Not driving Blank: Driving

The second page shows the status of each Cartridge Sensor and Ink Empty Sensor. Each color has 2 positions and the left side on the didplay shows the left-side head. Blank: Cartridge not inserted, Ink remains C: Cartridge inserted, Ink remains E: Cartridge not inserted, Ink empty : Cartridge inserted, Ink empty

SERVICE MENU THERMISTOR CHK

THERMISTOR CHK HEAD:25 C/ 77 F

THERMISTOR CHK BOARD:25 C/ 77 F


SERVICE MENU SUB MENU

This menu is used for checking Thermistor. It displays the temperatures read from the thermistor placed on the K head, HEAD4, and the thermistor placed on the Head Board (TH1). The temperature on the left is in Celsius and the right is in Fahrenheit. Since the temperature of the device on the Head Board may rise, [HEAD] and [BOARD] shows higher temperature than the room temperature. Confirm that the temperature is not extremely low, such as 0 Celsius, or extremely high, such as 100 Celsius. The temperatures of [HEAD] and [BOARD] are not necessarily the same.

SUB MENU SERIAL NO.

SERIAL NO. ZS00000

This menu is for entering the Serial No. of the machine in 7 digits. Cursor moves between digits with [right] and [left] keys. The parameter can be changed with [up] and [down] keys.

SUB MENU CHANGE INKTYPE

CHANGE INKTYPE MAX cm MAX cm

NOW PROCESSING..
BUSY LED flashes

To Setup View

This menu is to change Ink Type. Different from the process in the user menu, operations such as Head Wash and Ink Fill are not included. This menu is used as a correction purpose when a wrong type ink is selected. When the ink type is changed, Ink System is initialized internally. Then, it exits the menu and Setup is canceled.

Ink Type Max cm : ECO-SOL Max CMYKLcLm Max 2MC: ECO-SOL Max CMYKMC UNKNOWN: Ink Type not specified

SUB MENU FILL INK

FILL INK A B C

CHECK DRAIN BOTTLE

Fills Ink to each print head. A to C shown on the lower LCD are the head groups. Cursor can be moved with [left] and [right] keys. Use [up] and [down] keys for ON/OFF. By pressing [ENTER] key, it starts to fill ink for the selected head groups. To exit the menu, press [left] key when the cursor is on A. NOTE: Normally, FILL INK is to be performed on the three groups together. Performing this on individual head group should be only for a recovery when PUMP UP or HEAD WASH is performed individually.

When ink is not filled

SELECT INK TYPE E-SOL Max LcLm

INSTALL DRAIN BOTTLE

SET SOL CRT. 123456789101112


Goes next, when cartridge is set

FILLING INK...
Goes next, when completed

CHECK DRAIN BOTTLE

SUB MENU PUMP UP

PUMP UP A B C

CHECK DRAIN BOTTLE

REMOVE SOL CRT. 123456789101112


Goes next, when cartridge is removed

PUMPING-UP...
Goes next, when completed

Removes ink from each print head. The difference from the user menu is that head group can be selected. NOTE: When this is performed on individual head group, the normal maintenance operations cannot be performed. Normally, PUMP UP is to be performed on the three groups together. When it is necessary to perform it individually, fill the same type of ink for recovery with FILL INK menu immediately.

SUB MENU HEAD REPLACE

HEAD REPLACE A B C

CHECK DRAIN BOTTLE

REMOVE SOL CRT. 123456789101112


Goes next, when cartridge is removed

Head wash and ink filling after replacing head

SET SOLCL-LIQUID 123456789101112

FILLING INK...

REMOVE SOL CL 123456789101112

FILLING INK...
Goes next, when cleaning cartridge is removed

Goes next, when cleaning cartridge is set

CHECK DRAIN BOTTLE

SET SOL CRT. 123456789101112


Goes next, when cartridge is set

FILLING INK...

CHECK DRAIN BOTTLE

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SUB MENU HEAD WASH

HEAD WASH A B C

CHECK DRAIN BOTTLE

Washes print heads. A to C shown on the lower LCD are the head groups. Cursor can be moved with [left] and [right] keys. Use [up] and [down] keys for ON/OFF. By pressing [ENTER] key, it starts to wash the selected head groups. To exit the menu, press [left] key when the cursor is on A. NOTE: When this is performed on individual head group, the normal maintenance operations cannot be performed. Normally, HEAD WASH is to be performed on the three groups together. When it is necessary to perform it individually, fill the same type of ink for recovery with FILL INK menu immediately.

REMOVE SOL CRT. 123456789101112


Goes next, when cartridge is removed

SET SOLCL-LIQUID 123456789101112


Goes next, when cleaning cartridge is set

WASHING HEAD...

REMOVE SOL CL 123456789101112


Goes next, when cleaning cartridge is removed

WASHING HEAD...
Goes next, when completed

SUB MENU PERIODIC CL.

PERIODIC CL. LIGHT LIGHT

This menu is to select the cleaning type of [PERIODIC CL] in the user menu. Options: WIPE / LIGHT / NORMAL / MEDIUM Default: NORMAL WIPE: Wiping and flushing only LIGHT: Wiping and light evacuation (lighter than regular cleaning) only NORMAL/MEDIUM: The regular cleanings that can be executed from the control panel Cleaning period can be set up in PERIODIC CL. menu of the user menu.

SUB MENU FAN CHECK

FAN CHECK VACUUM FAN

This menu is to check FANs. Select a FAN type with [up] and [down] keys. Press [ENTER] key for ON/OFF of FANs. FAN turns off automatically when exit this menu.

FAN CHECK BLOWER FAN SUB MENU TU CHECK TU CHECK TU TU START

STOP

When Take-Up unit is not connected

This menu is to confirm that Take-Up unit which is connected to the connector equipped for Take-up unit can be operated properly. Refer to [4-12 TAKE-UP UNIT OPERATION CHECK]. [TU] menu supports the one named [TAKE UP] of the two connectors located on the bottom of the right printer body.

TU IS NOT CONNECTED

TU CHECK OPTION-TU

OPTION-TU START STOP


When Take-Up unit is not connected

OPTION-TU IS NOT CONNECTED

SUB MENU CLOCK

CLOCK DATE

DATE 05/09/10
[Year/Month/Day] Display

DATE 05/09/10
[Year/Month/Day] Edit

CLOCK

TIME

TIME 01:01:59
Display

TIME 01:01:59
Edit

TIME 01:01:59

TIME 01:01:59

It shows [B], when battery is dead.

This menu is to display and edit the date and time. When it detects the battery exhaustion, [B] is indicated on the time display. In this case, battery needs to be replaced. However, [B] does not disappear automatically when the battery is replaced. [B] is deleted, when the time is newly set up with [ENTER] key on the time edit menu. When the real time clock is not active due to battery exhaustion, the maintenance operation may be performed improperly, such as that it performs cleaning every time the main power is turned on. The time set here is used for periodic maintenance operations and the time record of Event Log function. It must be aware that it affects the maintenance operations if the time is changed. When this setting is changed, it is recorded on Event Log. The time before change is used for the log time, and the new time is recorded as an information.

4-6

SUB MENU DIP SW CHECK

DIP SW CHECK 0110 0000


bit # [1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8]

This menu is to check Dip Switch. It displays the real-time status of the No.1 to 8 from the left. [0] is OFF and [1] is ON.

SUB MENU KEY CHECK

KEY CHECK NONE

This menu is to check the operation of panel keys. On this menu, it shows [NONE] on the lower LCD when any key has not been pressed. It shows the key name when some key is pressed. And it shows a message of [KEY ERROR] when two keys or more are pressed at the same time, and it is considered that no button is pressed. You can exit this menu with the [left] key. Therefore, the [left] key needs to be the last button to be pressed in order to check all keys. As long as the [left] key is pressed at the last, the order of pressing other keys can be random. When it is left without pressing any key for 10 seconds, or pressing the [left] key, it exits this menu. At this time, the names of the keys that never been pressed are displayed with a buzzer. This means that if a buzzer does not go off when exiting, all keys are checked properly. The power cannot be turned off with the sub power key while performing this menu.

SUB MENU LCD/LED/BUZ CHK

Abbreviated Returns when completed

This menu is to check LCD, LED and buzzer. When this menu is selected, it sequentially performs the functions of LCD, LED and buzzer. The functions are the followings, ON/OFF of LCD contrast, LCD back light, ON/OFF of buzzer, display and move of cursor on LCD, and display of all caracters available on LCD. Confirm that all functions operate properly, visually and by the sound.

Waiting for incoming data

SUB MENU PORT CHECK

DETECTING... 00: 0B
Receiving data from network

This menu is to confirm the data input from network. The check sum and input data byte are shown on the lower LCD. On the left, it displays the check sum in hexadecimal of 2 digits. On the right, it displays the input data byte in decimal of max. 10 digits. They are cleared when [ENTER] key is pressed. The input data byte overflows at 4GB(4294967296B) and is reset to 0.

NETWORK B3:1073741624B

SUB MENU MAINTE. MSG.

MAINTE. MSG. NONE 100 hours

This menu is to set up the cycle of showing the message of [TIME FOR MAINTENANCE]. Range: NONE, 10 to 999 hours (in 10 hour unit) Default: NONE

SUB MENU PAPERSIDE SENSE

PAPERSIDE SENS OUTPUT LEVEL

OUTPUT LEVEL 0.7V

This menu is used for adjusting the Paper Side Sensor. Refer to [4-6 PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT].

PAPERSIDE SENS

NOW PROCESSING..

SENSOR AUTOTEST

TIME 01:01:59

When MEDIA CLAMP is detected.(beeps one time)

SUB MENU MEDIA CLAMP CHK

NOW PROCESSING..

MEDIA CLAMP CHK COMPLETED


When MEDIA CLAMP is not detected.(beeps two times)

This menu is for checking the detection of the Media Clamp.

MEDIA CLAMP CHK FAILED

SERVICE MENU MOTOR MENU

MOTOR MENU AGING

AGING SCAN

SCAN NOW AGING

SCAN : Aging for Scan Motor. The Head Carriage runs max. printing width in Scan direction. FEED : Aging for Feed Motor. Grit Roller runs 100mm back and forth.

AGING FEED

FEED NOW AGING

BOTH : The Head Carriage runs max. printing width in Scan direction, and at the same time, Grit Roller runs 100mm back and forth.

AGING BOTH

BOTH NOW AGING

To stop Aging, press [ENTER] key. The Head Carriage returns back to the capping position, and it returns to the former menu after the Head is capped. Make sure not to perform Aging for excessive time when the Head is filled with ink, in order to prevent the Head from being damaged by dried ink. When Aging is performed with ink filled, it runs with performing the Flushing. No Flushing when ink is not filled.

Servo Motor : LOCKED

MOTOR MENU SERVO LOCK

SERVO LOCK S: 100

SERVO LOCK F: 0
Servo Motor : FREE

SERVO LOCK F: 240

20

SERVO LOCK F: 0

This menu is to check whether Servo Motor can be locked properly. While in this menu, Servo Motor is free. When the Carriages are moved by hands, the displayed values change as the feed-back is performed normally. Servo Motor can be locked by pressing [ENTER] key. When it is locked while the motor is in pause, the normal power control is performed. As for [F(Feed direction)], the value displayed on the left changes by Grid Encoder, and the right changes by Motor Encoder.

4-7

SERVICE MENU HEATER MENU

HEATER MENU SVC. MODE HEAT.

SVC.MODE HEAT. STOP > STOP

This is to specify ON/OFF of the heater when the machine is started in the Service Mode. START : Heater ON Default : STOP STOP : Heater OFF

HEATER MENU HEATER ADJUST

HEATER ADJUST PRE

PRE 0 -3

This menu is to offset the temperature of each heater. It should be set when the displayed temperature is different from the actual temperature. Range : -5 to +5 Default : 0

HEATER ADJUST PRINT

PRINT 0 -3

HEATER ADJUST DRYER

DRYER 0 -3

HEATER ADJUST OPTION-DRYER

OPTION-DRYER 0 -3

HEATER MENU PREHEAT TEMP.

PREHEAT TEMP. 35 C 35 C

Range : 20 to 40 Default : 30

This menu is to specify the temperature that is displayed in the [PREHEATING] menu in the user menu.

HEATER MENU HEAT TIMEOUT

HEAT TIMEOUT OFF 10min

Range : OFF, 10 to 30min. (in 10min. unit) Default : 20min.

This menu is to set the timing to show the timeout message. If the temperature does not reach to the targeted temperature and within the set time when starting a printing, the message of HEATING TIMEOUT CONTINUE? is displayed.

Print Heater : OFF

Print Heater : ON

HEATER MENU HEATER CHECK

PRE PRINT

25 C _ 25 C

PRE PRINT

25 C _ 25 C

Option Dryer : Not connected

DRYER OPT.

_ 25 C 25 C

DRYER OPT.

_ 25 C

This menu is to check the heaters and thermistors. While in this menu, it displays ON/OFF status and the temperatures read by thermistors on each Preheater, Printheater, Dryer and Option Dryer. [Up] and [down] keys are to select heaters or dryers, and [ENTER] key is to turn ON/OFF the selected heater or dryer. ("ON/OFF" described here stands for power manually distributed or not. It is not for controlling the temperatures set in other menus. Be aware that the temperature keeps rising when it is left ON. It turns off automatically when exiting the menu.) Check if the temperature rises when the heater is ON and also if the heater temperature decreases to ambient temperature when it is OFF. The temperature is displayed in Celsius only.

Revised 6
SERVICE MENU SYSTEM SWITCH SYSTEM SWITCH PAGE1 PAGE1 00000000
bit #[ 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ]
This menu is to change the functions of the machine. Normally, it is not necessary to change. Each bit can be selected by [left] and [right] keys and changed by [up] and [down] keys. Press [ENTER] to save the settings. There are 16 pages for 8 bits System Switch. Bit PAGE1:Bit1 Contents Cover Sensor Reflection to the test pattern of a heater related parameters Maintenance flushing that takes place every 24 hours Standard Head Menu Settings With [1], the error does not occur even if the cover is open. [1] enables the settings of [FULL WIDTH S] and [SCAN INTERVAL] for all test patterns. Enables with [0], Disables with [1] With [1], [STANDARD HEAD] menu is added to the Service Menu. Default 0 0 0 0

SYSTEM SWITCH PAGE16

PAGE16 00000000
bit #[ 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ]

PAGE1:Bit4 PAGE1:Bit7 PAGE2:Bit6

* All the default of settigs not shown here is "0". CAUTION : The machine may make unexpected move when other system switches not shown here are changed.

SERVICE MENU HISTORY MENU

HISTORY MENU MOTOR GROUP

MOTOR HOURS F 3 hours

MOTOR HOURS F CLEAR


The menu shown on the upper LCD can be changed with [up] and [down] keys. The corresponding parameter is shown on the lower LCD. Refer to the HISTORY MENU List on the following pages. Press [right] key to enter [CLEAR] menu, and parameter can be cleard by pressing [ENTER] key.

In History Menu, the parameters are separated in groups by categories. The parameters can be displayed or cleared by entering the menu of each groups.

CATEGORIES : MOTOR GROUP / HEAD GROUP / MAINTE GROUP / WIPE GROUP / PRINT GROUP / INK GROUP / HEATER GROUP / ERROR GROUP / SYSTEM GROUP

SERVICE MENU REPORT

REPORT SERVICE REPORT

SERVICE REPORT HEAD H1 H1/H2/H3/H4/H5/H6 HISTORY REPORT HEAD H1 H1/H2/H3/H4/H5/H6 CARTRIDGE HEAD H1 H1/H2/H3/H4/H5/H6

Reports can be printed. The Head to print the report is selectable considering the case of head trouble. Select a head with [up] and [down] key and press [ENTER] key to start printing. SERVICE : Service Report is printed. It prints the System Report of the normal menu with additional Service Information. HISTORY : History Report is printed. CARTRIDGE : Ink Cartridge IC Report is printed. EVENT LOG : Event Log Report is printed. The number of Event to be printed is selectable from 100/200/ALL(400). ALL : All Reports are printed together. (System Report, Service Report, History Report, Ink Cartridge IC Report, Event Log Report). SERIAL : Service Report and History Report can be sent to RS-232C Serial using special tool. (9600bps, N81, X : ON/OFF)

REPORT HISTORY REPORT

REPORT CARTRIDGE

REPORT EVENT LOG

SELECT MAXIMUM 100 LOGS


Setting Value : 100LOGS/200LOGS/ALL

EVENT LOG HEAD H1

Required Printing Area SERVICE : W350 L450mm HISTORY : W250 L220mm CARTRIDGE : W250 L100mm EVENT LOG/100 LOGS : W350 L200mm EVENT LOG/200 LOGS : W350 L330mm EVENT LOG/ALL(400) : W350 L590mm ALL : W800 L350mm

REPORT ALL

ALL HEAD H1

REPORT SERIAL

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HISTORY MENU
MOTOR GROUP
Item Motor feed Motor scan Pump Times A Pump Times B Pump Times C CLEAR ALL Contents Total time that the Feed Motor has been rotated Total time that the Scan Motor has been rotated Total time that the Pump Motor A has been rotated Total time that the Pump Motor B has been rotated Total time that the Pump Motor C has been rotated Clear all the value in the Motor Group. Unit hour hour times times times Reference Life: 1500 hours Life: 200,000 times Life: 200,000 times Life: 200,000 times

HEAD GROUP
Item Shot Cnt. 1 Shot Cnt. 2 Shot Cnt. 3 Shot Cnt. 4 Shot Cnt. 5 Shot Cnt. 6 Shot Cnt. 7 Shot Cnt. 8 Shot Cnt. 9 Shot Cnt. 10 Shot Cnt. 11 Shot Cnt. 12 WIPE H1 WIPE H2 WIPE H3 WIPE H4 WIPE H5 WIPE H6 RUB H1 RUB H2 RUB H3 RUB H4 RUB H5 RUB H6 AUTO CL.H1 AUTO CL.H2 AUTO CL.H3 AUTO CL.H4 AUTO CL.H5 AUTO CL.H6 NORMAL CL. H1 NORMAL CL. H2 NORMAL CL. H3 NORMAL CL. H4 NORMAL CL. H5 NORMAL CL. H6 MEDIUM CL. H1 MEDIUM CL. H2 MEDIUM CL. H3 MEDIUM CL. H4 MEDIUM CL. H5 MEDIUM CL. H6 POWERFUL CL.H1 POWERFUL CL.H2 POWERFUL CL.H3 POWERFUL CL.H4 POWERFUL CL.H5 POWERFUL CL.H6 CLEAR H6 CLEAR H5 CLEAR H4 CLEAR H3 CLEAR H2 CLEAR H1 CLEAR ALL Contents Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H1 left) Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H1 right) Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H2 left) Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H2 right) Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H3 left) Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H3 right) Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H4 left) Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H4 right) Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H5 left) Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H5 right) Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H6 left) Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H6 right) Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H1) Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H2) Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H3) Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H4) Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H5) Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H6) Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H1) Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H2) Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H3) Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H4) Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H5) Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H6) Number of times the Automatic Cleaning has been performed (H1 Number of times the Automatic Cleaning has been performed (H2 Number of times the Automatic Cleaning has been performed (H3 Number of times the Automatic Cleaning has been performed (H4 Number of times the Automatic Cleaning has been performed (H5 Number of times the Automatic Cleaning has been performed (H6 Number of times the Normal Cleaning has been performed (H1) Number of times the Normal Cleaning has been performed (H2) Number of times the Normal Cleaning has been performed (H3) Number of times the Normal Cleaning has been performed (H4) Number of times the Normal Cleaning has been performed (H5) Number of times the Normal Cleaning has been performed (H6) Number of times the Medium Cleaning has been performed (H1) Number of times the Medium Cleaning has been performed (H2) Number of times the Medium Cleaning has been performed (H3) Number of times the Medium Cleaning has been performed (H4) Number of times the Medium Cleaning has been performed (H5) Number of times the Medium Cleaning has been performed (H6) Number of times the Powerful Cleaning has been performed (H1) Number of times the Powerful Cleaning has been performed (H2) Number of times the Powerful Cleaning has been performed (H3) Number of times the Powerful Cleaning has been performed (H4) Number of times the Powerful Cleaning has been performed (H5) Number of times the Powerful Cleaning has been performed (H6) Clear all the value of the H6. Clear all the value of the H5. Clear all the value of the H4. Clear all the value of the H3. Clear all the value of the H2. Clear all the value of the H1. Clear all the value of all the Head. Unit Shots/1000 Shots/1000 Shots/1000 Shots/1000 Shots/1000 Shots/1000 Shots/1000 Shots/1000 Shots/1000 Shots/1000 Shots/1000 Shots/1000 times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times Life: 6 billion Shots/nozzle Ink from SLOT2 Life: 6 billion Shots/nozzle Ink from SLOT8 Life: 6 billion Shots/nozzle Ink from SLOT3 Life: 6 billion Shots/nozzle Ink from SLOT9 Life: 6 billion Shots/nozzle Ink from SLOT6 Life: 6 billion Shots/nozzle Ink from SLOT12 Life: 6 billion Shots/nozzle Ink from SLOT1 Life: 6 billion Shots/nozzle Ink from SLOT7 Life: 6 billion Shots/nozzle Ink from SLOT5 Life: 6 billion Shots/nozzle Ink from SLOT11 Life: 6 billion Shots/nozzle Ink from SLOT4 Life: 6 billion Shots/nozzle Ink from SLOT10 Reference

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MAINTENANCE GROUP
Item MAINTE. COUNT TOTAL TIME PRINTING TIME CLEAR ALL Contents Number of times the Head Maintenance has been performed Lapsed time from the last Head maintenance Printing time from the last Head Maintenance Clear all the value in the MAINTENANCE GROUP. Unit times hour hour Reference This value is cleared automatically after carrying out the Head Maintenance. This value is cleared automatically after carrying out the Head Maintenance.

WIPER GROUP
Item WIPING COUNT RUBBING COUNT WIPE REPLACE CLEAR ALL Contents Number of times the Wiping has been performed Number of times the Rubbing has been performed Number of times the Wipe has been replaced Clear all the value in the WIPE GROUP. Unit times times times Reference This value is cleared automatically after replacing it. This value is cleared automatically after replacing it.

PRINT GROUP
Item PRINTING TIME PRINT PAGES CLEAR ALL Contents Total time of printing performed Number of pages printed Clear all the value in the PRINT GROUP. Unit hours pages Test print time is excluded. Reference

INK GROUP
Item CARTRIDGE 1 CARTRIDGE 2 CARTRIDGE 3 CARTRIDGE 4 CARTRIDGE 5 CARTRIDGE 6 CARTRIDGE 7 CARTRIDGE 8 CARTRIDGE 9 CARTRIDGE 10 CARTRIDGE 11 CARTRIDGE 12 CHANGE INK TYPE CLEAR ALL Contents Number of times the Ink Cartridge 1 has been changed Number of times the Ink Cartridge 2 has been changed Number of times the Ink Cartridge 3 has been changed Number of times the Ink Cartridge 4 has been changed Number of times the Ink Cartridge 5 has been changed Number of times the Ink Cartridge 6 has been changed Number of times the Ink Cartridge 7 has been changed Number of times the Ink Cartridge 8 has been changed Number of times the Ink Cartridge 9 has been changed Number of times the Ink Cartridge 10 has been changed Number of times the Ink Cartridge 11 has been changed Number of times the Ink Cartridge 12 has been changed Number of times the Ink Type has been changed Clear all the value in the INK GROUP. Unit times times times times times times times times times times times times times Reference

ERROR GROUP
Item SERVICE CALL S-CALL HISTORY MOTOR ERROR F MOTOR ERROR S LOW TEMP.ERR. HIGH TEMP.ERR. EMERG. CAPPING START UNCAPPED CLEAR ALL Contents Number of times the Service Call has occurred Service Call Number of the last 5 Calls. Number of times the Feed Motor Error has occurred Number of times the Scan Motor Error has occurred Number of times the Low Temperature Error has occurred Number of times the High Temperature Error has occurred Number of times the Emergency Capping Error has occurred Number of times the machine has started uncapped Clear all the value in the ERROR GROUP. Unit times No. times times times times times times Reference

Number of times of forcible capping for Head dry prevention that works when cap is left open for 3 minutes or more due to cover open or other reasons. When cap is left open, it is detected when machine is started.

HEATER GROUP
Item PRE USE TIME PRINT USE TIME DRYER USE TIME OPT. USE TIME CLEAR ALL Contents Total time of PRE heater used Total time of PRINT heater used Total time of DRYER used Total time of OPTION DRYER used Clear all the value in the HEATER GROUP. Unit hour hour hour hour Reference

SYSTEM GROUP
Item POWER ON COUNT POWER ON TIME SLEEP TIME SHEETCUT COUNT CLEAR ALL Contents Number of times Subpower has been turned on Total time of Subpower ON Total time of the machine in Sleep Mode Number of times the Sheet Cut has been performed Clear all the value in the SYSTEM GROUP. Unit times hour hour times Reference SLEEP time is excluded. It counts Auto Sheet Cut performed by both command and panel.

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Roland SOL JET PRO III series


Model Version Serial No. Date Head Temperature On Board Temperature Menu language Length unit Temperature unit Head height Sheet type Empty mode Calibration Full width scanning Sheet Width Side Margin Bi-dir. simple Bi-dir. adjust No. 1 No. 2 Preset name Bi-dir. simple Calibration Heater setting (PRE) Heater setting (PRINT) Heater setting (DRYER) Bi-dir. adjust No. 1 No. 2 Preset name Bi-dir. simple Calibration Heater setting (PRE) Heater setting (PRINT) Heater setting (DRYER) Bi-dir. adjust No. 1 No. 2 Preset name Bi-dir. simple Calibration Heater setting (PRE) Heater setting (PRINT) Heater setting (DRYER) Bi-dir. adjust No. 1 No. 2 Preset name Bi-dir. simple Calibration Heater setting (PRE) Heater setting (PRINT) Heater setting (DRYER) Bi-dir. adjust No. 1 No. 2 Preset name Bi-dir. simple Calibration Heater setting (PRE) Heater setting (PRINT) Heater setting (DRYER) Bi-dir. adjust No. 1 No. 2 XJ-740 2.00 XX00001 2006/07/25 16:24 28 C / 82.4 F 35 C / 95.0 F Japanese mm C High Opaque Stop +2.20 % FULL 1879mm 10mm -4 H1 H2 -3.5 -2 -1 -1 IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway Address MAC Address Heater temp. (PRE) Heater temp. (PRINT) Heater temp.(DRYER) Scan interval Sleep Sleep interval Sheet remain Periodic cleaning Vacuum power Media Release Sheet Position 133, 111, 128, 060 255, 255, 252, 000 000, 000, 000, 000 00:40:AB:FF:01:30 32 C / 34 C / 33 C / 0.0 sec Enable 30 min 0.0m NONE Auto Disable 0mm 88 F 92 F 90 F Set remain at loading Heater setting(PRE) Heater setting (PRINT) Heater setting (DRYER) Feed for dry Preheating Option Dryer Blower Fan Disable 35 C / 94 F 35 C / 94 F 50 C / 122 F Disable 30 C / 86 F Enable Enable Ink type Ink remain (1-6) Ink remain(7-12) E-SOL Max LcLm 74/ 86/ 64/ 100/ 71/ 100 100/ 100/ 97/ 72/ 100/ 100

H3 -2 -1

H4 H5 -2 -1 +0.5 -0.5

H6 0 +1.5

No. 3 No. 4 Disable 0.0 sec Opaque FULL / / -0.5 +2 Preheating Blower fan Vacuum power Media Release No. 3 No. 4

H1 -3 -2

H2 -2.5 -1

H3 -2.5 -1

H4 -2 -1

H5 -2 -1

H6 -1.5 -0.5

SV-GG -3 -0.10 % 35 C / 94 F 35 C / 94 F 50 C / 122 F -3 / -3 / -3 -2 / -1 / -1 IKC 114XX -2 +1.70 % 40 C 40 C 50 C -4 -2.5 / 104 F / 104 F / 122 F / -3 / / -1 /

Feed for dry Scan interval Sheet type Full width S / / -2 +1 / / -0.5 +1

30 C / 86 F Sheet Width Disable Sheet Position Auto Side Margin Disable -3.5 / -2.5 / -2.5 / -2 / -2.5 / -2 / -2 0 / / -2.5 / 0 /

1879mm 0mm 10mm

-2.5 0

Feed for dry Scan interval Edge detection Full width S -3 -1 / / -3 / +0.5 /

Disable 0.0 sec Enable FULL

Preheating Blower fan Vacuum power Media Release No. 3 No. 4 Preheating Blower fan Vacuum power Media Release No. 3 No. 4 -3 -2 -3 -2

30 C / 86 F Sheet Width Sheet Position Disable Side Margin Auto Disable / / -2.5 / -1 / -2.5 / -1 / -2 -1 / / -2 -1 / /

1879mm 0mm 10mm

-2 / 0 +0.5 / +1.5

-2 -0.5 1879mm 0mm 10mm

SVGG2 -4 +2.20 % 35 C 35 C 50 C -4 -2.5 / 94 F / 94 F / 122 F / -3 / / -1 /

Feed for dry Scan interval Edge detection Full width S -3 -1 / / -3 / +0.5 /

Disable 0.0 sec Enable FULL

30 C / 86 F Sheet Width Sheet Position Enable Side Margin Auto Disable / / -2.5 / -1 / -2.5 / -1 / -2 -1 / / -2 -1 / /

-2 / 0 +0.5 / +1.5

-1.5 -0.5

PRESETTING4 0 0.00 % 40 40 55 0 0 C / 104 C / 104 C / 130 / 0 / / 0 / F F F 0 0

Feed for dry Scan interval Edge detection Full width S / / 0 0 / / 0 0 / / 0 0

Disable 0.0 sec Enable FULL

Preheating Blower fan Vacuum power Media Release No. 3 No. 4 0 0

30 C / 86 F Sheet Width Sheet Position Disable Side Margin Auto Disable / / 0 0 / / 0 0 / / 0 0 / / 0 0 / /

1879mm 0mm 10mm

0 0

PRESETTING5 0 0.00 % 40 40 55 0 0 C / 104 C / 104 C / 130 / 0 / / 0 / F F F 0 0

Feed for dry Scan interval Edge detection Full width S / / 0 0 / / 0 0 / / 0 0

Disable 0.0 sec Enable FULL

Preheating Blower fan Vacuum power Media Release No. 3 No. 4 0 0

30 C / 86 F Sheet Width Sheet Position Disable Side Margin Auto Disable / / 0 0 / / 0 0 / / 0 0 / / 0 0 / /

1879mm 0mm 10mm

0 0

(Abbreviated)

Preset name Bi-dir. simple Calibration Heater setting (PRE) Heater setting (PRINT) Heater setting (DRYER) Bi-dir. adjust No. 1 No. 2

PRESETTING8 0 0.00 % 40 40 55 0 0 C / 104 C / 104 C / 130 / 0 / / 0 / F F F 0 0

Feed for dry Scan interval Edge detection Full width S / / 0 0 / / 0 0 / / 0 0

Disable 0.0 sec Enable FULL

Preheating Blower fan Vacuum power Media Release No. 3 No. 4 0 0

30 C / 86 F Sheet Width Sheet Position Disable Side Margin Auto Disable / / 0 0 / / 0 0 / / 0 0 / / 0 0 / /

1879mm 0mm 10mm

0 0

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Service Report
Head rank H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H6 Head hori. (DT1. Low) (DT3. Low) (DT1. High) (DT3. High) (DT1. Low) (DT3. Low) (DT1. High) (DT3. High) 6CZ343CUYUOVVRT 00B. . D 73V3739TVUXVVSV 00C. . D 6FW3436TVUXWWST 004. . D 6BV3230UTVVWVSU 00D. . D 6DT332FUSWSVVTT 00P. . D 00H. . D 6ET3935TTVUVVTU H2 H3 H4 H1 H5 +1 -3 -2 +2 0 -2 -2 +2 +1 -3 -2 +2 -2 -3 -2 +1 +22 +23 +21 +23 +23 +21 +22 +22 +21 +22 +32 +33 +32 +31 +32 +30 +31 +30 +31 +32 00000000 01000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 01000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 Print Server 1.1 (Tue May 30 14:46:26 JST 2007) NONE 1.00 Set sheet position Empty Heater adjust (PRE) Light Heater adjust (PRINT) 25.2 mm Heater adjust (DRYER) 1950.3 mm Preheat temperature -0.09 % Heating timeout 1642.7 mm Cap adjust 271.1 mm Drain liquid volume Standard head

H6 +1 +2 +1 +3 +21 +21 +30 +29

Head bi

Dip SW System SW page ( 1 - 4 ) System SW page ( 5 - 8 ) System SW page ( 9 - 12 ) System SW page ( 13 - 16 ) Network I/F version Maintenance request Booter version Battery Periodic CL. degree Limit position Cutter down position Calibration default Encoder position (L) Encoder position (R)

-1 - 1877 0C 0C 0C 30 C 20 min 0.00 mm 589.9 cc 4

History Report
Model Version ==== Motor group ==== Motor feed (trip / total [clear]) Motor scan (trip / total [clear]) Pump Times A (trip / total [clear]) Pump Times B (trip / total [clear]) Pump Times C (trip / total [clear]) ==== Maintenance group ==== Maintenance Count Total Time Printing time ==== Wiper group ==== Wiping count Rubbing count Wiper replace count ==== Head group ==== Shot Cnt. 1 (trip / total [clear]) Shot Cnt. 2 (trip / total [clear]) Shot Cnt. 3 (trip / total [clear]) Shot Cnt. 4 (trip / total [clear]) Shot Cnt. 5 (trip / total [clear]) Shot Cnt. 6 (trip / total [clear]) Shot Cnt. 7 (trip / total [clear]) Shot Cnt. 8 (trip / total [clear]) Shot Cnt. 9 (trip / total [clear]) Shot Cnt. 10 (trip / total [clear]) Shot Cnt. 11 (trip / total [clear]) Shot Cnt. 12 (trip / total [clear]) Wiping count for head Rubbing count for head Headrank set count Auto cleaning count Normal cleaning count Medium cleaning count Powerful cleaning count ==== Print group ==== Printing time Print pages ==== Ink group ==== Cartridge change (1-6) Cartridge change (7-12) Change ink type ==== Error group ==== Service call count Service call history Motor error (feed) Motor error (scan) Low temperature error High temperature error Emergency capping Start uncapped ====Heater group==== Heater used time 0 0 XJ-740 2.00 1 / 3 / 5,829 / 5,664 / 5,461 / 3 times 134 hours 10 hours 42 times 0 times 1 times 4,277 / 4,260 / 12,387 / 12,408 / 7,287 / 7,285 / 2,026 / 2,021 / 6,873 / 6,883 / 5,518 / 5,529 / H1 62 6 0 6 10 4 2 H2 62 6 0 6 10 4 2 2 hours 39 pages 0 1 0 times 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 times times 4,277 4,260 12,387 12,408 7,287 7,285 2,026 2,021 6,873 6,883 5,518 5,529 H3 60 6 0 6 9 4 2 times times times times times times times times times times times times H4 60 6 0 6 9 4 2 [0] [0] [0] [0] [0] [0] [0] [0] [0] [0] [0] [0] H5 62 0 0 6 10 6 0 H6 62 0 0 6 10 6 0 times times times times times times times Serial No. Date 1 hours [0] 3 hours [0] 5,829 times [0] 5,664 times [0] 5,461 times [0] : XX00001 : 2007/06/25 16:24

0 times **** **** **** **** **** 0 times 1 times 0 times 0 times 0 times 2 times PRE 18 PRINT 18

==== System group====== Power on count Power on time Sleep time Sheet cut count Peck used count

197 45 5 34 0

times hours hours hours times

DRYER 18

OPT. 16 hours

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Ink Cartridge Report


Model Version No : 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: 9: 10 : 11 : 12 : SERIAL / NO IC CHIP / 14f83740020000a6 / 1449ff3f070000b8 / 14e09c400200001f / 1442f14f060000fd / 148e3a85060000ef / 1449ff3f020000b8 / 1438f73f05000086 / 1442f53f020000fd / 14f82960050000a6 / 148e3a41020000ef / 1438f73f02000029 / XJ-740 2.00 Serial No. INK TYPE / CAP. / LOT No/ / / / eSOL C / 400 cc / 61002A / eSOL M / 400 cc / 60806A / eSOL Lc / 400 cc / 60906A / eSOL Lm / 400 cc / 60807A / eSOL Y / 400 cc / ----------- / eSOL K / 400 cc / 60911A / eSOL C / 400 cc / 61002A / eSOL M / 400 cc / 60806A / eSO L Lc / 400 cc / 60906A / eSOL Lm / 400 cc / 60807A / eSOL Y / 400 cc / 60911A / : XX00001 CONSUM. / TIME / INS. / FLAG / / / 1 / 00000000 55.526cc / 0y003d00h07m48s / 86.091cc / 0y001d05h19m20s / 1 / 00000000 0.063cc / 0y000d13h14m59s / 2 / 00000000 1 / 00000000 43.356cc / 0y001d08h51m44s / 0 / 00000000 77.280cc / 0y001d11h08m29s / 0.641cc / 0y001d00h10m01s / 0 / 00000000 1 / 00000000 62.584cc / 0y003d00h36m21s / 11.978cc / 0y001d10h07m37s / 0 / 00000000 98.108cc / 0y000d18h52m14s / 2 / 00000000 0.892cc / 0y001d06h22m07s / 1 / 00000000 0.748cc / 0y001d01h56m57s / 0 / 00000000

Event Log
Model Version Date Time Temp. ----------- ------ -------07/06/01 14:12 28 07/06/01 14:09 28 07/06/01 14:08 28 07/06/01 14:08 28 07/06/01 14:07 28 07/06/01 14:07 28 07/06/01 14:07 28 07/06/01 14:01 28 07/06/01 14:00 28 07/06/01 14:00 28 07/06/01 13:56 28 07/06/01 13:55 28 07/06/01 13:55 28 07/06/01 13:53 27 07/06/01 13:53 27 07/06/01 13:52 27 07/06/01 13:52 27 07/06/01 13:29 26 07/06/01 13:28 26 07/06/01 13:28 26 07/06/01 13:28 26 07/06/01 13:28 26 07/06/01 13:27 26 07/06/01 13:27 26 07/06/01 13:26 26 07/06/01 13:26 26 07/06/01 13:26 26 07/06/01 13:25 26 07/06/01 13:25 26 07/06/01 13:25 26 07/06/01 13:24 26 07/06/01 13:24 26 07/06/01 13:24 26 07/06/01 13:22 26 07/06/01 13:22 26 07/06/01 13:21 26 07/06/01 13:18 26 07/06/01 13:18 26 07/06/01 13:17 26 07/05/31 12:12 28 07/05/31 11:52 28 07/05/31 08:09 29 07/05/31 07:39 28 07/05/31 07:39 28 07/05/31 07:38 28 07/05/31 07:38 28 07/05/31 07:26 28 07/05/31 07:07 26 07/05/31 07:07 26 07/05/31 03:53 28 XJ-740 Serial No. Date 2.00 Date Time Temp. Event Information ---------------------- ------------------------------------------------------- ----------- ------ -------07/05/31 03:53 28 Print start Testpattern 07/05/31 02:33 28 Setup done Width : 1204mm Env. : 0.097 Cancel done 07/05/31 01:18 23 Cancel start User cancel 07/05/31 01:18 23 07/05/31 00:02 25 Setup done Width : 1204mm Env. : 0.097 07/05/30 23:59 25 Cancel done 07/05/30 23:59 25 Cancel start User cancel 07/05/30 12:16 30 Setup done Width : 1204mm Env. : 0.098 07/05/30 11:29 32 Sub power on Service mode 07/05/30 11:28 32 Sub power off 07/05/30 11:28 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 11:26 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 11:26 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 11:24 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 11:24 32 Setup done Width : 1204mm Env. : 0.100 07/05/30 11:20 32 Sub power on Service report mode 07/05/30 11:20 32 Sub power off 07/05/30 11:17 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 11:16 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 11:16 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 11:16 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 11:15 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 11:15 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 11:14 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 11:14 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 11:13 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 11:13 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 11:05 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 10:58 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 10:57 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 10:50 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 10:37 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 10:29 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 10:29 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 10:28 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 10:25 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 10:24 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 10:24 32 Setup done Width : 1204mm Env. : 0.107 07/05/30 10:17 32 Sub power on Normal 07/05/30 10:15 32 Sub power off 07/05/30 10:14 32 Sleep out 07/05/30 10:13 32 Sleep in 07/05/30 10:12 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 10:11 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 10:10 32 Print done Testpattern 07/05/30 10:10 32 Print start Testpattern 07/05/30 10:08 31 Setup done Width : 1204mm Env. : 0.092 07/05/30 10:08 31 Sub power on Normal 07/05/30 10:04 31 Main power on Normal 07/05/30 10:04 31 Sub power off : XX00001 : 2007/06/25 16:24 Event Information ---------------------- ------------------------------------------------------- Sleep out Sleep in Main power on Nor mal Sub power on Nor mal Sub power off Cleaning Power on cleaning Sub power on Normal Sub power off Print done Print start Print done Print start Print done Print start Print done Print start Print done Print start Setup done Width : 1304mm Env. : 0.066 Cancel done Cancel start User cancel Print done Testpattern Print start Testpattern Print done Testpattern Print start Testpattern Print done Testpattern Print start Testpattern Print done Print start Print done Print start Print done Print start Setup done Width : 1304mm Env. : 0.067 Cancel done Cancel start User cancel Print start Print done Print start Print done Testpattern Print start Testpattern Print done Print start Print done Print start Print done Print start Print done Print start Print done

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Other Factory Mode

SYSTEM PARAMETER INITIALIZE

Revised 6

ENTER

INITIALIZE ALL SYS.PARAMETER


[ ]

SELECT MODEL XJ-740


[ ]

INITIALIZATION COMPLETED

All parameters will be initialized. Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [ ],[ ] and [ENTER] keys to start the machine in SYSTEM PARAMETER INITIALIZE mode. Confirmation message is displayed first and press [ENTER] key. Select the machine using [ ],[ ] in [SELECT MODEL] menu. Press [ENTER] key to initialize the SYSTEM PARAMETER or press [POWER] key to cancel the initialization. The machine turns off automatically when the initialization is completed. All the parameters are reset to the default. It is necessary to setup the LIMIT POSITION after the initialization. The error message [SERVICE CALL 0101] is displayed and the machine never starts before the LIMIT POSITION is set up.

DISPLAYED LANGUAGE
MENU

SERVICE REPORT PRINTING


Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing [ ] key to start the machine in the SERVICE REPORT PRINTING mode. [SERVICE REPORT] is displayed and it turns to be the normal mode after printing. It starts printing automatically when media is setup. It requires a A4 size media and prints with Black ink. * Please print the [HISTORY REPORT] from the service mode.

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Roland DG Corp. XJ-740

SERVICE REPORT
MENU LANGUAGE ENGLISH [ ] LENGTH UNIT mm > INCH [ ] TEMP. UNIT C > F

SETUP SHEET ROLL

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Special Key Combinations


Function for Service Combination Key Selection Comments Press [MENU] and [ Menu. ] to enter Service

Service Mode

Upgrade Firmware

[UPDATE FIRMWARE?] will be displayed. Press [ENTER] to upgrade firmware.

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Installing Firmware (At Main Board Change)
ENTER

Use this when the Main Board is replaced.

[SUM-ERROR] will be displayed. Press [ENTER] to upgrade firmware.

System Parameter Initialize

ENTER

All parameters will be initialized. Press [ENTER] to start initializing.

Limit & Cutter Down Position

Press [ ] while aligning Carriage to cap Heads, and press [ENTER]. Set up Cut Down Pos., and press [ENTER].

Service Report

Service Report(Adjustment value) will be printed.

Function for Users

Combination Key Selection

Comments

Language

MENU

Press[

] and [

] to select Language.

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4-2 HOW TO UPGRADE/INSTALL FIRMWARE


It is necessary to prepare the followings to upgrade/install the firmware. 1.Firmware file 2.WindowsPC (Network port is required.) 3.Peck.exe 4.Network cable (A cross cable is required when you connect XJ-740/640/540 to PC directly.)

HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE (Referential Time : 5 min)


Check the IP address of XJ-740/640/540. Turn on the Main Power SW and Sub Power SW, then press [MENU] key. Select [SYSTEM INFO.] > [NETWORK] > [IP ADDRESS].

MENU

[ ]

MENU SYSTEM INFO.


[ ] [ ]

SYSTEM INFO. NETWORK


[ ]

NETWORK IP ADDRESS
[ ]

IP ADDRESS 192.168.000.003

Turn off the Sub Power SW.

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Start the Peck on PC. [Peck] screen is displayed, and click [Select Port] button.

Select [Type 3] ProIII etc. from [Product]. Also, select [Via Network] and input IP address of XJ740/640/540 specified earlier. Click [OK] button.

[Peck] screen is displayed again. Click [Firmware Upgrade] button.

[OPEN] screen is displayed. Select the firmware file and click [Open]. Peck starts to send the firmware to XJ-740/640/540.

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The machine goes into the Firmware Upgrade mode automatically. When upgrade is completed, the Sub Power SW turns off automatically.

FIRMWARE

V1.0 NG

DATA ERROR

ERASING

NG

DEVICE ERROR

WRITING

NG

DEVICE ERROR

VERIFYING

NG

DEVICE ERROR

COMPLETE

HOW TO INSTALL FIRMWARE (Referential Time : 5 min)


This is required when a new Main Board without the firmware is installed.

Turn on the Main Power SW while pressing [ and [ ] keys.

], [

],

UPDATE FIRMWARE?

Press the [ENTER] key for the machine to be ready to receive the firmware. UPDATE FIRMWARE?
[ ]

WAITING 000.000.000.000

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Press MENU key, and set [IP ADDRESS], [SUBNET MASK] and [GATEWAY ADDR.]. Press [ ] and [ ] keys for moving between digits, and [ ] and [ ] keys for selecting value. After setting an address, press the [ENTER] key to go to the next address setting. When [GATEWAY ADDR.] is set, it returns to the waiting mode for receiving the firmware by pressing the [ENTER] key.

The setting made here is only temporary for the firmware installation and it is not saved.

Start the Peck on PC. [Peck] screen is displayed, and click [Select Port] button.

Select [Type 3] ProIII etc. from [Product]. Also, select [Via Network] and input IP address of XJ740/640/540 specified earlier. Click [OK] button.

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[Peck] screen is displayed again. Click [Firmware Upgrade] button.

[OPEN] screen is displayed. Select the firmware file and click [Open]. It starts to send the firmware to XJ-740/640/540.

It starts loading the firmware. The firmware installation is done when [COMPLETE] message is displayed. Turn off the sub power when it is completed.

FIRMWARE

V1.0 NG

DATA ERROR

ERASING

NG

DEVICE ERROR

WRITING

NG

DEVICE ERROR

VERIFYING

NG

DEVICE ERROR

COMPLETE

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Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing [ ], [ ], and the [ENTER] keys to enter [INITIALIZE ALL SYS.PARAMETER] menu. Press the [ENTER] key to start initialization. The Sub Power SW turns off automatically when it is completed.

ENTER

INITIALIZE ALL SYS.PARAMETER


[ ]

SELECT MODEL XJ-740


[ ]

INITIALIZATION COMPLETED

10 and [

Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing [ ] keys to enter the Service Mode.

], [

MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU


Enter the [NETWORK] menu and input [IP ADDRESS], Turn off the Sub Power SW when the network setting is completed.
MENU SERVICE MENU
[ ]

11 [SUBNET MASK] and [GATEWAY ADDR.].

MENU SYSTEM INFO.


[ ][ ]

SYSTEM INFO. NETWORK


[ ]

NETWORK IP ADDRESS
[ ]

[ ]

IP ADDRESS 192.168.000.003

[ ]

NETWORK SUBNET MASK


[ ]

[ ]

SUBNET MASK 255.255.255.003

[ ]

NETWORK GATEWAY ADDR.

[ ]

GATEWAY ADDR. 000.000.000.000

[ ]

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12 [Peck] screen is displayed, and click [Put Parameters]


button.

Start the Peck on PC.

13 [OPEN] screen is displayed.

Select the System Parameter file that is saved before the main board replacement. Click [Open]. Peck starts to send the System Parameter to XJ-740/640/540.

14 Click [Get Report] button to import the System Report

file. Confirm that the System Parameter is reloaded properly.

The addresses set at the step 11 are replaced with the addresses saved in the System Parameter as [Put Parameter] is executed. Please set it again if necessary.

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4-3 HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE OF THE NETWORK CONTROLLER ( Referential Time : 5min.)

Turn on the Main Power SW and Sub Power SW. Select [SYSTEM INFO.] > [NETWORK] > [IP ADDRESS] in the User's Menu and set the IP address.

MENU

[ ]

MENU SYSTEM INFO.


[ ] [ ]

SYSTEM INFO. NETWORK


[ ]

Cancel the RIP when the RIP is running.


NETWORK IP ADDRESS
[ ]

IP ADDRESS 192.168.000.003

Open a browser on the PC and enter the IP address which is set at 1 . Current firmware version appears.

The Internet Explorer is recommended.

Click [Update].

Specify the target file for upgrade and click [Update].

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The progress is shown in percentage while upgrading.

Do not turn off the power or press any keys during the upgrade.

When upgrading is completed, the version of upgraded firmware appears. Turn off the sub power and main power once.

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4-4 HEAD ALIGNMENT (Referential Time : 30 min._1 Head Alignment)


HEAD ALIGNMENT is necessary to obtain the good printing quality. Be sure to operate the HEAD ALIGNMENT when the HEAD is replaced. If HEAD ALIGNMENT is not adjusted, printing problems such as banding, fine lines and gap between bands could occur. Please use the sheet media ([PET-G]). Please DO NOT use Take-Up devise for this alignment. The media tension changes during test printing and the result of alignment is not reliable.

Remove the Front Cover, Right I/S Cover and Right Inner I/S Cover.

Right I/S Cover

Right Inner Plate has a small hook on its right bottom and it is inserted to the lower cover. Be cautious when removing it.

Front Cover Right Inner Plate

Remove the Carriage Cover, removing the 4 screws shown in the figure.

Carriage Cover Holes on Top Cover

There are 2 holes on the Top Cover. Upper 2 screws can be removed inserting a screwdriver through the Top Cover.

Remove the Damper Plate, removing the 2 screws shown in the figure.

Damper Plate

Screws

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Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing [ ], [ and [ ] keys to enter the Service Mode. Setup the sheet media (PET-G) film on the machine.

MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU


[BIAS ADJUSTMENT] Select [PRINT MENU] > [HEAD ADJUST] > [BIAS] > 5 [TEST PRINT] menu and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU PRINT MENU


[ ] [ ]

PRINT MENU HEAD ADJUST


[ ]

HEAD ADJUST BIAS


[ ]

BIAS TEST PRINT


[ ]

test pattern shown in the figure will be printed.

C M Y K Lm Lc

Loosen the 3 screws fixing the Head in order shown in the figure. 2 Loosen the screws fixing the Head for 1/2 turn. If the screws are too loose, it may affect the result of this alignment. 1

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Insert the 1.5 mm Hexagonal Wrench through the hole of the Head Carriage, then, turn the adjustment screw to make the lines of each color in the test pattern to be straight. *Reference* Position of the printing moves 1 line by turning the screw for a 3/4 turn.
Adjustment Screw

Hole for inserting the Hexagonal Wrench

- When the upper lines are shifting towards the left of the lower lines, turn the screw CW. - When the upper lines are shifting towards the right of the lower lines, turn the screw CCW.

Tighten the screws fixing the Head in the order reverse of loosening, using the TORQUE DRIVER (ST-056). 2 3

Torque for tightening is 2kgf cm (20cNm). Make sure not to tighten the screws firmly.

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10

Print the test pattern again. If the result is not satisfactory, repeat 5 to 9 .

The shifting of lines should be less than 1/2 dot.

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[VERTICAL ADJUSTMENT] Select [PRINT MENU] > [HEAD ADJUST] > [VERTICAL] 11 > [TEST PRINT] and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU PRINT MENU


[ ][ ]

PRINT MENU HEAD ADJUST


[ ][ ]

HEAD ADJUST VERTICAL


[ ]

VERTICAL TEST PRINT


[ ]

12 Test pattern can be moved by [

test pattern shown in the figure will be printed. ] and [ ] keys.

The test pattern changes if the Base Head is changed.

K C K M K Y K Lm K Lc K

K Head is specified as the Base Head.

13 Loosen the 3 screws fixing the Head in order as shown in


the figure. 2 Loosen the screws fixing the Head for 1/2 turn. If the screws are too loose, it may affect the result of this alignment. 1

14 Turn the Adjustment Screw to make the lines of each


color in the test pattern to be straight. *Reference* Position of the printing moves 1/2 line by turning the screw 30 degrees.

Adjustment Screw

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- When the lines other than K are above the K lines, turn the Adjustment Screw CW. - When the lines other than K are below the K lines, turn the Adjustment Screw CCW.

Adjust the Head positions referring to the leftend K head as the base position. The position of K head on the left end does not need to be adjusted.

15 loosening, using the Torque Driver (ST-056).

Tighten the screws fixing the Head in the order reverse of

2 3 Torque for tightening is 2kgf cm (20cNm). Make sure not to tighten the screws firmly. 1

16

Print the test pattern again. If the result is not aligned, repeat 11 to 15 .

The shifting of lines should be less than 1/2 dot.

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Revised 3

17

If the Vertical test print result is satisfactory, select the [BIAS] > [TEST PRINT] menu uder the [HEAD ADJUST] menu and print the Bias test pattern again. If the Bias test print result is not satisfactory, repeat the Bias Adjustment.

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[ HORIZONTAL ADJUSTMENT ]

18 S e l e c t

[PRINT MENU] > [HEAD ADJUST] > [HORIZONTAL] > [TEST PRINT] and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU PRINT MENU


[ ][ ]

PRINT MENU HEAD ADJUST


[ ][ ]

HEAD ADJUST HORIZONTAL


[ ]

HORIZONTAL TEST PRINT


[ ]

19 Find the position where the line of each color matches the K line and check the number.
In case of having problem selecting one between two numbers, 1/2 is also available when setting up the value. The number with is the current setting.

Following test pattern will be printed.

H6 H5 H3 H2 H1 DT3.High -20 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +20

Head Position : High

H6 H5 H3 H2 H1 DT1.High -20 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +20

H6 H5 H3 H2 H1

Head Position : Low

DT3.Low -20 H6 H5 H3 H2 H1 DT1.Low -20

-6

-5

-4

-3

-2

-1

+1 +2 +3 +4 +5

+6

+20

-6

-5

-4

-3

-2

-1

+1 +2 +3 +4 +5

+6

+20

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20 Select [HORIZONTAL] > [TEST PRINT] > [DT1, Low],


[DT3, Low], [DT1, High] and [DT3, High] menu and enter the parameters checked at 19 with [ ] and [ ] keys. Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.

Parameters can be entered with an increment of 1/2.

HORIZONTAL TEST PRINT

HORIZONTAL DT1, Low

H1 2

H2 1

H3 3

H5 2

H6 1

HORIZONTAL DT3, Low

H1 2

H2 1

H3 3

H5 2

H6 1

HORIZONTAL DT1, High

H1 2

H2 1

H3 3

H5 2

H6 1

HORIZONTAL DT3, High

H1 2

H2 1

H3 3

H5 2

H6 1

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[ BIDIRECTION ADJUSTMENT ] 21 Select [PRINT MENU] > [HEAD ADJUST] > [BIDIR.DEFAULT] > [TEST PRINT] and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU PRINT MENU


[ ][ ]

PRINT MENU HEAD ADJUST


[ ][ ]

HEAD ADJUST BI-DIR.DEFAULT


[ ]

BI-DIR.DEFAULT TEST PRINT


[ ]

22 Find the position where the two lines are overlapping and check the number of each color.
In case of having problem selecting one between two numbers, 1/2 is also available when setting up the value. The number with is the current setting.

Following test pattern will be printed.

H6

H5

H4

H3

H2

H1

Head Position : High

DT3,High +10 +11 +12 +13 +14 +15 +16 +17 +18 +19 +20 +21 +22 +23 +24 +25 +26 +27 +28 +29 +30 +31 +32 +33 +34 +35 +36 +37 +38 +39 +40 +41 +42 +43 +44 +45 +46 +47 +48 +49 +50

H6

H5

H4

H3

H2

H1

DT1,High +10 +11 +12 +13 +14 +15 +16 +17 +18 +19 +20 +21 +22 +23 +24 +25 +26 +27 +28 +29 +30 +31 +32 +33 +34 +35 +36 +37 +38 +39 +40 +41 +42 +43 +44 +45 +46 +47 +48 +49 +50

H6

H5

H4

H3

H2

H1

Head Position : Low

DT3,Low +10 +11 +12 +13 +14 +15 +16 +17 +18 +19 +20 +21 +22 +23 +24 +25 +26 +27 +28 +29 +30 +31 +32 +33 +34 +35 +36 +37 +38 +39 +40 +41 +42 +43 +44 +45 +46 +47 +48 +49 +50

H6

H5

H4

H3

H2

H1

DT1,Low +10 +11 +12 +13 +14 +15 +16 +17 +18 +19 +20 +21 +22 +23 +24 +25 +26 +27 +28 +29 +30 +31 +32 +33 +34 +35 +36 +37 +38 +39 +40 +41 +42 +43 +44 +45 +46 +47 +48 +49 +50

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23 Select [BI-DIR.DEFAULT] > [TEST PRINT] > [DT1, Low],


[DT3, Low], [DT1, High] and [DT3, High] in the [HEAD ADJUST] menu and enter the parameters checked at 22 with [ ] and [ ] keys. Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings. Parameters can be entered with an increment of 1/2.

BI-DIR.DEFAULT TEST PRINT

BI-DIR.DEFAULT DT1, Low BI-DIR.DEFAULT DT3, Low BI-DIR.DEFAULT DT1, High

H1 2 H1 2 H1 2

H2 1 H2 1 H2 1

H3 3 H3 3 H3 3

H4 2 H4 2 H4 2

H5 1 H5 1 H5 1

H6 3 H6 3 H6 3

BI-DIR.DEFAULT DT3, High

H1 2

H2 1

H3 3

H4 2

H5 1

H6 3

24 Fix the Damper Plate.


Make sure to press the Damper Plate downward lightly when fixing it. * Fix the screws at the bottom of the long hole.

Damper Plate

If you press the Damper Plate strongly, the Damper may be damaged.

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4-5 LIMIT POSITION & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE (Referential Time : 10min.)

This is for adjusting the relative distance between the Limit Sensor and the Capping Position, and also detecting the distance from the Cut Down Position to the Limit Sensor after completing the adjustment. When the Limit Position is not correctly set, it may cause some problems such as a head capping error. And also, if the Cut Down Position is not correctly set, it may also cause a cutter-down error when separating the sheet.

Remove the Right I/S Cover, Front Cover and Right Inner Plate.

Right I/S Cover

Right Inner Plate has a small hook on its right bottom and it is inserted to the lower cover. Be cautious when removing it.
Front Cover

Right Inner Plate

Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing [ [ ] keys for LIMIT INITIALIZE mode.

], [

] and

+
LIMIT INITIALIZE MENU

MOVE TO CAP POS

Confirm the relative positions of Head and Cap, moving the capping unit up and down with [ ] and [ ] keys. Align the guides on the both ends of the Capping Unit with the guides on the both ends of the Carriage.

Make sure not to move the Carriage when the Capping Unit is up because the heads could be broken by touching the Capping Unit.

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Press the [ENTER] key to cap the heads.

Carry out the Limit Position Initialize by pressing the [ENTER] key. After the limit Position Initialize is completed, the message appears as shown in the figure.

DETECTING..

SETTING UP CUTTER DOWN POS

Move the Head Carriage with your hand until it makes full contact with the Left Frame.

Perform the Cut Down Position Initialize by pressing the [ENTER] key. After the initialization, print the Service Report and check that the value of the Limit Position is 10 +/- 2.5mm. If the value is not appropriate, perform the adjustment again.

DETECTING..

INITIALIZATION COMPLETED

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4-6 PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT (Referential Time : 5min.)

This is for adjusting the sensitivity of the PAPER SIDE SENSOR, which is for detecting the width of the media. If it is not adjusted, media width could not be detected correctly.

Remove the Right I/S Cover.


Right I/S Cover

Lower the Sheet Loading Lever.

Sheet Loading Lever

Select [SUB MENU] > [PAPER SIDE SENSE] > [OUTPUT LEVEL] menu and press the [ ] key.

SERVICE MENU SUB MENU


[ ][ ]

SUB MENU PAPERSIDE SENSE


[ ]

PAPERSIDE SENS OUTPUT LEVEL


[ ]

OUTPUT LEVEL 0.7V

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Adjust the VR on the Carriage Board so that the [OUTPUT LEVEL] will be 0.5 - 0.7V.

VR

Carriage Board

Select [PAPER SIDE SENSE] > [SENSOR AUTOTEST] menu. Press the [ENTER] key to carry out the test and make sure the voltage is 0.5-1.0V and the NOISE is 0.

SERVICE MENU SUB MENU


[ ][ ]

SUB MENU PAPERSIDE SENSE


[ ]

PAPERSIDE SENS SENSOR AUTOTEST


[ ]

SENSOR AUTOTEST 0.5V, NOISE 0

If the voltage is less than 0.5V, increase the voltage for 0.1V in the [OUTPUT LEVEL] menu and carry out the [SENSOR AUTOTEST] for checking. If the voltage is more than 1.0V, decrease the voltage for 0.1V in the [OUTPUT LEVEL] menu and carry out the [SENSOR AUTOTEST] for checking. If the NOISE is more than 0, try the followings. 1. Clean the REFLECTION TAPE. 2. Replace the REFLECTION TAPE with new one in case of scratch.

If adhesion of a tape remains on the Bed or the dust sticks on the reverse side of a tape when you replace reflective tape, a sensor cannot read correctly.

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4-7 LINEAR ENCODER SETUP (Referential Time : 10min.)


Linear Encoder Setup is necessary for the machine to recognize the width by the software coordinates. It is also necessary for checking whether the encoder module can read the scale correctly in the whole width. Be sure to perform this setup when the adjustment or replacement of the Limit Sensor, Encoder Scale and Encoder Module. And also, perform this when replacing the Main Board or initializing the system parameter.

Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing [ [ ] keys to enter the Service Mode.

], [

] and

MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

Lower the Pinch Rollers. Make sure to unload the media when it is set on the machine. Also, the media clamps must be removed.

Select [PRINT MENU] > [LINEAR ENCODER] menu in the Service Menu and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU PRINT MENU


[ ] [ ]

PRINT MENU LINEAR ENCODER


[ ]

NOW PROCESSING.. POS: 1361.00mm

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One of the messages appears at the completion of the set up. In case of Setup error, check the followings.
1. Dirt/Scratch on the ENCODER SCALE. 2. Dirt/Scratch on the ENCODER MODULE. 3. ENCODER SCALE is not between the ENCODER MODULE. 4. Backlash of the CARRIAGE MOTOR GEAR and the DRIVE GEAR. 5. Fixation between the CARRIAGE and the CARRIAGE BELT. 6. Bad Contact in the cables.

LINEAR ENCODER SETUP COMPLETED LINEAR ENCODER SETUP FAILED LINEAR ENCODER HEADBOARD FAILED

In case of [HEADBOARD FAILED], the Head Board is possibly defective.

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4-8 CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT (Referential Time : 5min.)

Cap Height Adjustment is to adjust the height of the cap. This adjustment is required when the cap unit is removed or replaced. Without this adjustment, the Cap Evacuation* may not be performed properly. * Cap Evacuation is an operation of ink evacuation with the Heads uncapped. This removes the ink accumulated on the Cap surfaces. For this adjustment, the Head height can be either High or Low. When it is adjusted with one of the Head heights, the setting for the other height is also changed automatically.

Open the Front Cover and remove the Right Inner Plate.

Right Inner Plate has a small hook on its right bottom and it is inserted to the lower cover. Be cautious when removing it.
Front Cover Right Inner Plate

Make sure to unload the media when it is set on the machine. Then, turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing [ ] [ ] and [ ] keys to enter the Service Mode.

MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

Select [I/S MENU] > [CAP ADJUST] > [ADJUST POS.] menu in the Service Menu.
SERVICE MENU I/S MENU
[ ][ ]

I/S MENU CAP ADJUST


[ ]

CAP ADJUST ADJUST POS.

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Move the cap upward to the position that the cap contacts exactly to the head, then press the [ENTER] to update the adjustment value.
-When you press [ ] key, the cap moves upward in 0.25mm unit. -When you press [ ] key, the cap moves to the position of -2.00mm of the setting value. -When you press[ ] key, the adjustment value is not updated and the capping is carried out, and then it exits the menu.

CAP ADJUST ADJUST POS.

[ ]

ADJUST POS. 0.00 -2.00

Head

Cap

If it is difficult to see whether Head makes contact with the Cap, irradiate the plate behind the Head Carriage with a penlight. Move the Cap upward. And, when the light on the back plate cannot be seen through the gap between Head and Cap, it means that Head makes contact with the Cap correctly.

Check the adjusted Capping Position. Enter the [CHECK GAP.] menu. The Cap moves to the same position as the Cap Evacuation. Confirm that there is a gap between the Cap and all Heads.
Gap

[CHECK GAP.] menu is for checking the gap between the Cap and Head. For the adjustment, use the [ADJUST POS.] menu.

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4-9 CALIBRATION (FEEDING DIRECTION) (Referential Time : 20 min.)

This adjustment is for calibrating the feed amount of media. It allows the media to be fed proper amount by calibrating the variation in Grit Roller diameter. Calibration of the machine is made based on the value in feeding media [PET-G] (Roll media with a width of 1050mm.) Without proper calibration, it causes misalignment in the feed amount of media, and results in the problems such as white banding, banding of overlap or the dimension error of print result compared to the original data. Do not use the Take-up unit during this adjustment.

Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing [ and [ ] keys to enter the Service Mode.

], [

MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

Set PET-G film on the machine.

Select [PRINT MENU] > [CALIB.DEFAULT] > [TEST PRINT] menu and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU PRINT MENU


[ ] [ ]

Test print requires 510mm or more of the media Setup width.

PRINT MENU CALIB.DEFAULT


[ ]

CALIB.DEFAULT TEST PRINT


[ ]

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test pattern is printed. Measure the length of the feed direction and use the value to calculate the calibration amount with the formula shown at 5 .

400mm Feed

test pattern is always printed with offset 0.00%. Even if a correction is made in the [SETTING] menu, the Test Pattern is not changed.

500mm Scan

Calculate the amount to be calibrated with the formula shown in the figure. CA = Calibration Amount CL = Commanded Length (=400mm) ML = Measured Length

FORMULA CA = CL - ML x 100 ML

Select [PRINT MENU] > [CALIB.DEFAULT] > [SETTING] menu and enter the calibration value with [ ] and [ ] keys. Press the [ENTER] key to save the setting.
Parameters can be entered with an increment of 0.01%. (MAX. +2.00% to MIN. -2.00%)

SERVICE MENU PRINT MENU


[ ] [ ]

PRINT MENU CALIB.DEFAULT


[ ] [ ]

CALIB.DEFAULT SETTING
[ ]

SETTING +0.00%

+0.15%
[ ]

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4-10 BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT

(Referential Time : 20min.)


Left I/S Cover Front Rail Cover

Remove the following covers. Front Rail Cover Top Cover Left I/S Cover (XJ-740 only)

Top Cover

Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing [ and [ ] keys to enter the Service Mode.

], [

MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

Select [I/S MENU] > [I/S CONTROL] > [CAP] > [OPEN], and press the [ENTER] key. The Cap Unit moves down and is free to move by hand.

SERVICE MENU I/S MENU


[ ][ ]

I/S MENU I/S CONTROL


[ ]

I/S CONTROL CAP


[ ]

CAP OPEN
[ ]

Turn off the Sub Power SW and Main Power SW.

Main Power SW < REAR SIDE >

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Measure the tension of the belt at the position above the center of the grit roller as below using Tension Gauge (ST-001). Press the upper belt downward with the gauge to make slight contact with the lower belt. The tension is proper when the measured value is as below. When the tension is not proper, move on to the next step and adjust the belt tension. Measured position XJ-740 8th grit roller from the left XJ-640 7th grit roller from the left XJ-540 6th grit roller from the left Measured value 0.70~0.94kgf 0.85~1.09kgf 0.96~1.18kgf

<Front side>

Upper Belt Hold down the belt with Tension Gauge Lower Belt

The center of the 4th Grit Roller from the left

It is recommended to put the Solenoid Cushion (P/N 22265241) on the top of the ST-001 for an easy measuring.

Loosen the two fixing screws which are located on the left end of the belt halfway round.

<Top view - Left end of the belt >

Be cautious with the sharp edges around the belt when loosening the screws. It may cause injury.

Fixing Screw

Insert a wrench through the holes on the side frame prepared for the adjustment, and loosen the two screws to make a gap of 3mm between the tip of the screw and Idle Pulley Holder. (The belt tension cannot be adjusted higher when the screw contacts with Idle Pulley Holder.)

Screw

3mm

The gap between the screws and Idle Pulley can be seen from both front and rear side of the machine.

Idle Pulley Holder

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Turn the adjustment screw shown in the figure to adjust so that the value of the tension gauge is the following with the procedure of 6 . The value of the tension gauge XJ-740 0.8kgf XJ-640 0.95kgf XJ-540 1.05kgf
Turn the screw CW: Tension is increased Turn the screw CCW: Tension is decreased

Adjustment Screw

Tighten the two fixing screws shown in the figure, and again confirm that the tension is within the proper value.

Fixing Screw

10 contact with Idle Pulley Holder.

Tighten the two screws shown in the figure to slightly

Screw

Make sure not to tighten the screws too tight. It may move the fixed Idle Pulley Holder accidentally.

Move on to [4-11 BELT POSITION ADJUSTMENT].

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4-11 BELT POSITION ADJUSTMENT

(Referential Time : 30min.)

This adjustment is to prevent the belt wear which is caused by the belt contacting with the pulley flanges excessively. The belt position needs to be confirmed after the Belt Tension Adjustment and adjusted if it is necessary.

Remove the following covers.


Front Rail Cover

Right I/S Cover Top Cover Right Top Cover Front Rail Cover Front Cover Left I/S Cover (XJ-740 only)

Top Cover Right Top Cover Right I/S Cover

Left I/S Cover Front Cover

Confirm that the Belt Tension Adjustment is completed and turn on the Main Power SW.

Main Power SW < Rear view >

Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing [ and [ ] keys to enter the Service Mode.

], [

MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

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[ADJUSTMENT ON THE DRIVE PULLEY SIDE]

Carry out the AGING test for the belt. Select [MOTOR MENU] > [AGING] > [SCAN], and press the [ENTER] key.

SERVICE MENU MOTOR MENU


[ ]

MOTOR MENU AGING


[ ]

AGING SCAN
[ ]

Confirm the belt position. The position is proper when the belt is not touching the flanges of the Drive Pulley excessively. When the position is proper, skip this adjustment and go to [ADJUSTMENT ON THE IDLE PULLEY SIDE] described in the later step of this adjustment leaving the belt aging on. When the position is improper, make adjustment as following steps.

<Top view - Right end of the belt - > Drive Pulley

BELT

Belt partly touching the flange is acceptable.


Flange

Press the [ENTER] key to cancel Aging.

SCAN NOW AGING


[ ]

Loosen the two fixing screws located on the right end of the belt.

Stay

Fixing Screw

Loosen the screws about 3 rounds for the bottom of the screw head not to contact with the Stay.

Screw

Stay

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Press the [ENTER] key to restart Aging.

AGING SCAN
[ ]

Adjust the belt position turning the Adjustment Screw as follows.

The work space is limited. Be cautious and try not to touch the driving pulley and belt. Also, there are many mechanical parts around it. You need to work carefully with your tool not to touch them.

Belt leans to the front side of the machine -Turn the screw carefully in CCW (loosening).

Adjustment Screw

Touching the flange on the front side of machine

Belt leans to the rear side of the machine -Turn the screw carefully in CW (tightening).

Adjustment Screw

Touching the flange on the rear side of machine

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10 Tighten the two fixing screws for the bottom of the screw
head to slightly contact with the Stay.
Fixing Screw

Make sure not to tighten the screws too tight. It may move the fixed Drive Pulley Holder accidentally.

Screw

Stay

11 excessively while the carriages are in the printing area.

Confirm that the belt is not touching the pulley flanges When the belt is in improper position, adjust it again. When it is proper, leave the belt again on, and go to the following [ADJUSTMENT ON THE IDLE PULLEY SIDE].

Pulley Flange

[ADJUSTMENT ON THE IDLE PULLEY SIDE] Confirm the position of the belt. 12 The position is proper when the belt is not touching the flanges excessively. When the position is proper, close this Belt Position Adjustment. When it is not proper, make adjustment as following steps.

<Top view - Left end of the belt - >

Idle Pulley

Belt

Belt partly touching the flange is acceptable.


Flange

13

Press the [ENTER] key to cancel Aging.

SCAN NOW AGING


[ ]

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14 Loosen the two fixing screws located at the left end of


the belt eighth to quarter round.

When the screw is loosen more than necessary, it gives difficulty in adjusting the belt. Also, you need to be cautious with the sharp
edges around it when turning the screws. It may cause injury. Fixing Screw

15

Insert a wrench through the holes on the side frame prepared for the adjustment, and loosen the two screws to make a gap of 3mm between the tip of the screw and Idle Pulley Holder.

Screw

3mm

The gap between the screws and Idle Pulley can be seen from both front side and rear side of the machine.
Idle Pulley Holder

16 Press the [ENTER] key to restart Aging.

AGING SCAN
[ ]

17 Insert a wrench through the holes on the side frame and

adjust the belt position turning the screw 1 and 2 shown in the figure.

Idle Pulley Screw 1

2 Not touching the flanges

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Belt leans to the front side of the machine -Turn the screw 1 carefully in CW to press it to the Idle Pulley Holder. * Make sure to have a gap of 3mm between the screw 2 and Idle Pulley Holder when turning the screw 1 .

Screw 1

Touching the flange on the FRONT side of machine

Belt leans to the rear side of the machine -Turn the screw 2 carefully in CW to press it to the Idle Pulley Holder. * Make sure to have a gap of 3mm between the screw 1 and Idle Pulley Holder when turning the screw 2 .

Screw 2

Touching the flange on the rear side of machine

18

Tighten one of the screws that has no contact with the Idle Pulley Holder to slightly touch the Idle Pulley Holder.

Screw (The one with no contact with Idle Pulley Holder.)

Make sure not to tighten the screw too tight. It may move the Idle Pulley Holder accidentally.

19 Tighten the two fixing screws shown in the figure.

Be cautious with the moving Carriages and Cableveyor during the work, and also with the sharp edges of the mechanical parts around it.

Fixing Screw

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20 Confirm that the belt is not touching the pulley flanges


excessively while the carriages are in the printing area. When the belt is in improper position, adjust it again. When it is proper, press the [ENTER] key to cancel Aing.

Pulley Flange

SCAN NOW AGING


[ ]

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4-12 TAKE-UP UNIT OPERATION CHECK (Referential Time : 2min.)


This is required when Take-up unit is installed or TU Junction Board is replaced. This is to check whether Take-up Unit operates properly.

Confirm that the cable is connected to the connector named [TAKE UP] and turn on the Main Power SW.

Undersurface of the right side of machine

Turn on the Sub Power SW while pressing [ and [ ] keys to enter the Service Mode.

], [

MENU

MENU SERVICE MENU

Select [SUB MENU] > [TU CHECK] > [TU] menu.

SERVICE MENU SUB MENU


[ ] [ ]

[TU] menu supports the connector named [TAKE UP]. Although [OPTION-TU] menu is for another connector with no name, it is not in use.

SUB MENU TU CHECK


[ ]

TU CHECK TU
[ ]

TU START

START
[ ]

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Confirm that [START] is selected, and press the [ENTER] key to turn on the Take-up Unit.

[START] or [STOP] can be selected with [ ] and [ ] keys. The current setting is displayed on the left and the new setting is displayed on the right.

TU START
[ ]

START

Set the Auto switch of the Take-up Unit to either Forward or Backward.

Move the Dancer Roller up and down by hand, to confirm that the drive part rotates. Make sure that the rotation direction of the drive part is the same as the setting at 5 . The operation status of Take-up Unit can be confirmed also on the LCD. [ * ] is displayed on the right side of upper LCD while taking-up, and not displayed while not taking-up. TU START Select [STOP] with [ [ENTER] key. ] and [ START ] keys, and press the

Drive Part

Dancer Roller

TU START
[ ]

STOP

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Move the Dancer Roller up and down by hand to confirm that the drive part does not rotate.

Drive Part

The setting of [STOP] is canceled when exiting the menu. The initial setting is [START] every time entering [TU] menu.
Dancer Roller

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5 Supplemental Information
5-1 SPECIAL TOOLS
Table shows a list of special tools recommended by Roland DG Corp.

5 Supplemental Information

Tool No. Tool Name Purpose Tool No. Tool Name Purpose Tool No. Tool Name Purpose Tool No. Tool Name Purpose Tool No. Tool Name Purpose

ST-056 TORQUE DRIVER N6 HEAD ALIGNMENT ST-001 TENSION GAUGE 2000GF/2000CN BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT ST-037 CLEAN STICK TX712A HEAD CLEANING 21755107 CLEANING LIQUID (SL) 500ML HEAD CLEANING (SOL) 22085118 KIT, CLEANING (SL) HEAD CLEANING (SOL) *Cleaning Liquid + Cleaning Sticks 10 pcs.

5-1

5-2 SENSOR MAP SHEET LOAD SENSOR


It detects whether the Sheet Loading Lever is UP or DOWN.

LIMIT SENSOR
It detects the limit positon of the Head Carriage.

FRONT COVER SENSOR (Right side of the machine)


It detects whether the Front Cover is opened or closed.

GRIT ENCODER
It detects rotation position of the Grit Roller.

(Front side of the machine) (Left side of the machine) MAINTENANCE COVER SENSOR
It detects whether the Maintenance Cover is set or not.

THERMISTOR(PRINT HEATER)
It takes the temperature of the Heater.

THERMOSTAT(PRINT HEATER)
If the Heater exceeds the limit temperature, it cuts the power being supplied.

REAR PAPER SENSOR


It detects the rear edge of the media and also whether the media is loaded or not.

THERMOSTAT(DRYER)
If the Dryer exceeds the limit temperature, it cuts the power being supplied.

THERMISTOR(DRYER )
It takes the temperature of the Dryer.

FRONT PAPER SENSOR


It detects the front edge of the media.

5-2

THERMISTOR (PRE-HEATER)
It takes the temperature of the Pre-Heater.

THERMOSTAT (PRE-HEATER)
If the Pre-Heater exceeds the limit temperature, it cuts the power being supplied.

(Rear side of the machine)

THERMISTOR (HEAD BOARD)


It takes the temperature around the Head Board.

5-3

5 Supplemental Information

WIPER SENSOR
It detects the limit position of the Wiper movement.

ENCODER MODULE
It detects coordinates for carriage moving direction.

HEAD UP/DOWN SENSOR


It detects the position of the Head Height Lever.

PAPER SIDE SENSOR


It detects the left and right edges of the media.

THERMISTOR (HEAD)
It takes the temperature around the Head. The leftmost Head is used for the measurement.
Revised 8

CAPPING SENSOR
It detects the limit position of the Capping Unit.

5-4

INK CARTRIDGE SENSOR


It detects whether the Ink Cartridge is installed or not.

INK EMPTY SENSOR INK CARTRIDGE IC SENSOR


It reads the infromation of the IC chip. It detects whether the Ink Cartridge is empty or not.

DANCER ROLLER SENSOR


It detects the limit position of the Dancer Roller.

5-5

6 Troubleshooting
6-1 WHITE FINE LINE / BANDING / MISSING DOT / SCRATCHY PRINTING / BLURRED PRINTING

Missing dot or deflected-fired dot appears on the test pattern. No

Yes Perform Normal Cleaning Not Improved

Improved Completed

*Several Normal Cleanings and a Powerful Cleaning do not improve the printing result.

To 1-10

To 11-16

NO

CHECKING POINT

ACTION

REFERENCE

OUTLINE Never install the machine in a location where it is tilted or where it may wobble or librate. Load the media while the left media holder is positioned close to the left edge. Also, never secure the media holder in place before loading the media. Loading media without following the steps described in the User's Manual may make smooth and straight media feed impossible or affect the print quality. Feed is not smooth when the media is tilted or tensioned unevenly on the left and right. Hold the media at the center and pull it out straight and make sure all areas of the media are taut before setting up the media. When the temperature of the print heater is too high and the ink dries too fast, it may result in banding because the dots stay small after landing on media. When the temperature of the print heater is too low and the ink dries too slow, it may result in dark banding because the dots stay large and overlap each other after landing on media.

Install in a location that The machine is not is level and stable installed in an appropriate offering good operating location conditions

The media is not set up correctly

Load and set up the media correctly at the correct position

User's Manual

Temperature of the Preheater / Print heater / Dryer is inappropriate

Set appropriate temperature

User's Manual

Bi-directinal adjustment is Correct setting for not correct Bidirectional Printing

User's Manual If the calibration is not correct, white fine lines caused by gaps or dark lines caused by overlaps appear. In addition, a correction value set while printing is in progress is saved only as a setting on the machine. In case of the calibration value made on the RIP to take precedence, the correction value set by printer is ignored. Set [FULL WIDTH S] to [FULL] to uniform the heating time on each pass. This may improve printing quality. When this is set to [1 min] to [990 min], self cleaning is performed while a printing is paused. It may cause uneven printing at the part before and after cleaning.

FEED CALIBRATION is not correct

Apply Calibration

User's Manual

6 7 8 9

Scanning distance of the Head Carriage [PERIODIC CL.] setting Wrong profile for the media Head Rank is not correct

Set the [FULL WIDTH S] to [FULL] Set [PERIODIC CL.] to [NONE] or [Page] Use the suitable profile Set Head Rank Head Alignment Manual Cleaning Wiper Replacement

User's Manual

User's Manual

[3-1 HEAD REPLACEMENT] [4-4 HEAD ALIGNMENT] User's Manual [3-2 WIPER REPLACEMENT]

Head Rank setting affects the amount of the fired Ink. If it is not set properly, the ink dots are not fired in appropriate sizes. Check whether each [BIAS], [VERTICAL], [HORIZONTAL] and [BIDIR.DEFAULT] settings are correct. Nozzle condition becomes poor due to the foreign substances stuck on the surface of the Head. Wiping does not work effectively and foreign substances left on the head surfaces cannot be removed completely.

10 Head is not adjusted


11 Foreign substances 12 Wiper wears out

6-1

13 Defect of Cap Top

Cap Top Replacement

[3-3 CAP TOP REPLACEMENT]

Cleaning does not work effectively and the nozzle condition cannot be improved. Also, if the head is not capped correctly, the head dries and it may cause the head nozzle clogging. Generally, we do not recommend to wipe the surface of Head with a cleaning stick. Howerver, it's worth trying before replacing the Head. Soak the cleaning stick in cleaning liquid fully, and then tap and scrub the surface of Head with it.

14 Head nozzle is clogged

Clean the head surface using the cleaning stick. (Manual Cleaning) Head Replacement Pump Replacement [3-1 HEAD REPLACEMENT]

15 Broken Head 16 Broken Pump

Ink suction during cleaning does not work and the nozzle condition cannot be improved.

6-2 PARTICULAR COLOR IS NOT PRINTED AT ALL


NO 1 CHECKING POINT Ink Cartridge is almost empty ACTION Check remaining Ink / Replace the Ink Cartridge REFERENCE User's Manual OUTLINE When the machine keeps printing with ink cartridge almost empty, the negative pressure delivered in the ink tube causes the improper ink supplying and the head cannot fire the ink correctly. If the cartridge tab does not stick out when the cartridge is empty, Ink Empty cannot be detected and printing continues without firing ink. Also, if the sensor is not working, Ink Empty cannot be detected even if the cartridge tab sticks out. If there is a bad communication between the head and the Main Board, the signal for driving head is not sent properly and results in not printing properly. If the Flexible cable is fixed slanted, it may cause the bad electrical contact or shortcircuit. And, the cable which has been connected and disconnected several times may have a damaged terminal. [3-1 HEAD REPLACEMENT] [3-3 CAP TOP REPLACEMENT] If the Head is not capped correctly, the Head dries and it may cause the Head nozzle clogging. When air bubbles come inside the Ink line, the head may not fire the Ink temporarily. Air bubbles tend to go into the Ink line if Ink Cartridge is installed and uninstalled so many times. The air bubbles inside the lines can be removed by performing the powerful cleaning or using a syringe. If the tube has air due to the looseness of the tube joint, fix the joint and remove the air. [3-6 INK TUBE REPLACEMENT] In case of 6 color mode, the F1 Fuses are for C and M, the F2 Fuses are for Y and K, and the F3 Fuses are for Lc and Lm. If the C and M Heads do not fire the Ink at all, the F1 Fuse may be defective. If the Y and K Heads do not, the F2 Fuse may be defective. If the Lc and Lm Heads do not, the F3 Fuse may be defective. In case of 4 color mode, the F1 Fuses are for C and M at the left side of Print Carriage, the F2 Fuses are for Y and K, and the F3 Fuses are for M and C at the right side of Print Carriage. If the C and M Heads at the left side of Print Carriage do not fire the Ink at all, the F1 Fuse may be defective. If the Y and K Heads do not, the F2 Fuse may be defective. If the M and C Heads at the right side of Print Carriage do not, the F3 Fuse may be defective. There might be a problem with the other devices on the Head Board if the Fuses are not defective. [3-1 HEAD REPLACEMENT] [3-7 BOARDS REPLACEMENT]

Error of Ink Empty detection

Replace the ink cartridge/sensor

Bad contact/Broken cable

Refix / Replace the cable

4 5

Broken Damper Defect of Cap Top

Damper Replacement Cap Top Replacement

Air bubbles in Ink line

Powerful Cleaning/ Remove air bubbles by a syringe Eliminate the looseness of the tube joint

Broken Ink Tube

Ink Tube Replacement

Broken Fuse on the Head Replace the Fuse on Board the Head Board

Broken Head Board

Head Board Replacement Head Replacement Main Board Replacement

10 Broken Head 11 Broken Main Board

6-2

6-3 SHIFTING IN PRINTING/COLOR SHIFTING


NO CHECKING POINT ACTION REFERENCE OUTLINE Load the media while the left media holder is positioned close to the left edge. Also, never secure the media holder in place before loading the media. Loading media without following the steps described in the User's Manual may make smooth and straight media feed impossible or affect the print quality. Feed is not smooth when the media is tilted or tensioned unevenly on the left and right. Hold the media at the center and pull it out straight and make sure all areas of the media are taut before setting up the media. When Encoder Scale is not read correctly, printing position may shift.

The media is set tilted

Set the media correctly User's Manual

Encoder Scale is dirty/broken Encoder Module is dirty/broken

Clean or replace Encoder Scale Clean or replace Encoder Module

[3-10 ENCODER SCALE REPLACEMENT]

3 4

When Encoder Scale is not read correctly, printing position may shift. [4-4 HEAD ALIGNMENT] If the Heads are not aligned or Horizontal adjustment is not performed properly, the color shifting occurs. If the Flexible Cable is not fixed correctly, the Head moves incorrectly and results in the shifting in printing.

Head is out of adjustment Head Alignment Bad contact of Flexible Cable Refix / Replace the Flexible Cable

6-4 INK DROPS ON THE MEDIA


NO CHECKING POINT Foreign substances ACTION Manual Cleaning Use the media clamps/ Replace with suitable media REFERENCE User's Manual OUTLINE When foreign substances such as fiber dust are stuck on the surface of the Head, Ink sometimes leaks from it. Wipe the surface of Head with a cleaning stick. If media tends to curl or become bumpy due to the Ink absorption and/or the Heater temperature, the Head sometimes strikes the media and it causes the Ink dropping problem. If media produces static electricity easily, the ink tends to remain on the head surface while printing and results in ink dropping. When this is set to [1 min] to [990 min], automatic cleaning is performed while printing and it may prevent the ink dropping. Also, connecting to ground or humidifying the room may reduce the static electricity generated on the media. Cleaning does not work effectively with worn wiper. Therefore, foreign substances stuck on the head surface cannot be removed completely and the ink flows through it and results in ink dropping. When the ink tube is broken, it is not possible to keep the ink line air tight and results in ink dropping. When a head is broken mechanically such as a crack, it is not possible to keep the ink line air tight and results in the ink dropping.

Media strikes Head

Static electricity of the media

Perform [PERIODIC CL] User's Manual

Wiper wears out

Wiper Replacement

User's Manual

5 6

Broken Ink Tube

Ink Tube Replacement

[3-6 INK TUBE REPLACEMENT] [3-1 HEAD REPLACEMENT]

Broken Head

Head Replacement

6-5 VERTICAL BANDING


NO CHECKING POINT Encoder Scale is dirty ACTION Clean / Replace Encoder Scale REFERENCE [3-10 ENCODER SCALE REPLACEMENT] OUTLINE When there is scratch or dirt on the Encoder Scale, the printing image could be affected and the vertical bandings could appear at the position where there is scratch or dirt. When the sliding resistance in the motion of the Head Carriage increases partly due to some dirt on the LM Guide, it may affect the printing at the position where there is dirt and the vertical banding may appear. When there are foreign substances on the teeth of the gear, the movement of the Head Carriage changes at the position where there is dirt. And it results in the periodical vertical banding.

LM Guide is dirty

Clean LM Guide

There is dirt in teeth of the Clean the gear gear

6-3

6-6 MISSING DOT OR DEFLECTED-FIRED DOT APPEARS WHEN PERFORMING PRINTING AFTER LEAVING THE MACHINE UNUSED FOR A LONG TIME
NO CHECKING POINT Check the main power switch ACTION Do not switch off the main power REFERENCE User's Manual OUTLINE When the main power is off, the maintenance flushing is not performed and it may cause the Head nozzle clogging. Make sure to power on/off with only the sub power switch for daily use.

6-7 MEDIA SKEW


NO CHECKING POINT ACTION REFERENCE OUTLINE The most effective measure against Media shifting is to set Media straight to the machine. Especially on lengthy printing, small tilt of Media setup results in big Media shifting while printing. Loading roll media improperly to the machine or Take-up unit may result in Media shifting. Follow the procedures described in the User's manual and load roll media correctly. When dust such as pieces of vinyl is stuck to the Grit Roller, ability to hold Media decreases and it results in Media shifting. Use a brush to clean the Grit Roller. [3-11 PINCH ROLLER REPLACEMENT] When pinch rollers wear out, ability to hold media decreases and it results in media shifting. Referential time for replacing Pinch Roller is 24 months.

Media is not set straight to Setup Media again the machine

User's Manual

Grit Roller is dirty

Clean the Grit Roller

3 4

Pinch Roller is worn out Grit Roller is loose

Replace the Pinch Roller Fix the Grit Roller

6-4

6-8 MOTOR ERROR


NO 1 CHECKING POINT Media Jamming ACTION Remove cause of Media Jam When using hard-to-unroll or too heavy media, Motor Error occurs due to the too much load for feeding the media. When [MEDIA RELEASE] is enabled, the setting-media is fed backward short distance to release the media stuck to the Print Heater or Dryer before starting printing that may prevent the Motor Error. When the Drive Gear has some dirt on its teeth and cannot rotate, Motor Error occurs. [3-4 CARRIAGE MOTOR REPLACEMENT] When the Motor is broken or reaches its life, the Motor cannot follow the order from the CPU and it results in a Motor Error. When the Motor Driver IC on the Servo Board is broken, the Power Supply voltage for the motor is not supplied and the motor cannot move. It results in the Motor Error. [3-7 BOARDS REPLACEMENT] When the Power Supply voltage for the Motor is not supplied, the Motor cannot move and it results in the Motor Error. REFERENCE OUTLINE

Back tension of media is too high

Use appropriate Media

There is a dirt in teeth of Drive Gear Life of the Motor Motor is broken

Clean Drive Gear

Motor replacement

Broken Servo Board Broken Power Supply for Motor

Servo Board replacement Replace Switching Power Supply

ERROR DESCRIPTION SCAN MOTOR ERROR CODE : 0000 0000 Error detected at first Error detected as a result
NO MEANING CAUSE

Feed Motor Deviation Error 0001 (The order from the CPU does not match the feedback of the Feed Motor.)
0004

Feed Motor Overcurrent Error 1 (Big load is put on the motor movement instantaneously.) Feed Motor Overcurrent Error 2 (A little load is put on the motor movement for a long time.) 0001 and 0004 occurred at the same time. 0001 and 0008 occurred at the same time. < External factors > 1. Media Jamming 2. Pull or Move the Carriage by hands. 3. Carriage runs into a thing/hands. 4. Media is stuck because it is caught by the paper pipe. 5. Media is pulled forcedly. 6. Too heavy media is loaded. < Machine factors > 1. The grease lubrication of the motor gear is not enough. 2. Motor is broken or comes to its end of life 3. Servo Board is broken. 4. Head Carriage is not fixed to the belt firmly.

0008

0005

0009

Scan Motor Deviation Error (The order from the CPU does not match the feedback of the Scan Motor.) Scan Motor Overcurrent Error 1 0040 (Big load is put on the motor movement instantaneously.) Scan Motor Overcurrent Error 2 0080 (A little load is put on the motor movement for a long time.)
0010 0050

0010 and 0040 occurred at the same time. 0010 and 0080 occurred at the same time. 6-5

0090

6-9 HEATER / DRYER TEMPERATURE DOES NOT GO UP


NO 1 2 3 CHECKING POINT The media is not loaded ACTION Set up the media REFERENCE User's Manual When the [PRE / PRINT / DRYER] is [OFF] on the machine, the Heater does not operate. A narrow media may take a long time to heat because it is subject to be cooled by a suction fan. In cold environment, it may take a long time or the Heater may fail to reach the preset temperature. Recommended to use the machine under the environment from 20 to 32 C. If the voltage is unstable, the heater cannot function fully. If the cable between the Heater unit and Main Board is broken, the Heater temperature does not rise. Check the connection of the each cable or replace it if it is broken. The temperature of the Heater does not rise if the Fuse F1, F2 or F3 on the Heater Control Board is blown out. F1 for Pre-Heater. F2 for Print Heater and F3 for Dryer. The Heater does not work correctly because the signal to the Heater is not transferred correctly. OUTLINE

Inappropriate temperature Check the temperature User's Manual is set on the machine setting Media width is too small Environmental temperature is low Use a wider media Raise the environmental User's Manual temperature

The voltage of power Check the voltage supply is unstable Bad contact or cut line on the cable between the Re-fix / Replace the Heater Unit and Main cable Board Fuse on the Heater Control Board is broken Heater Control Board is broken Replace the Fuse on the Heater Control Board Replace the Heater Control board

6-10 BLOWER FAN DOES NOT OPERATE


NO 1 2 3 CHECKING POINT [BLOWER FAN] is set to [DISABLE] Blower Fan is broken Blower Junction Board is broken ACTION Set [BLOWER FAN] to [ENABLE] Replace the Blower Fan Replace the Blower Junction Board REFERENCE User's Manual OUTLINE When [BLOWER FAN] is set to [DISABLE] in the [HEATER] menu, the Blower Fan does not work.

6-11 TAKE-UP UNIT DOES NOT OPERATE


NO 1 2 CHECKING POINT The cable for Take-Up Unit is not connected AUTO switch is not ON ACTION Connect the cable to the machine Make the setting for the AUTO switch on Check the cable [3-12 TAKE-UP connection/bad contact BOARD Replace the cable REPLACEMENT] Check the connection/bad contact of the cables from AC Junction Board to SW Power Unit, DC Junction Board, Head Board, Main Board, TU Junction Board and Take-Up Board. Replace the cable if there is a problem in the cable itself. REFERENCE OUTLINE

Check the cable connection/bad contact Life of the Take-up Motor Take-up Motor is broken Take-Up Board is broken

Replace the Take-Up Board

[3-12 TAKE-UP BOARD REPLACEMENT]

6-12 PROBLEM IN NETWORK (RIP DOES NOT RECOGNIZE THE PRINTER)


NO 1 2 3 CHECKING POINT Turn off the main power and restart the printer Refix the cable Network problem Connect them directly with a crossover cable Replace the Main board ACTION REFERENCE OUTLINE It can be solved by restarting the printer with the main power. Try it several times. It can be solved by refixing the network cable. Try it several times. The problem may be in the network when they are connected through LAN. It can be identified whether the problem is on the printer or the network, by connecting the PC and the printer directly with a crossover cable. Main board may be damaged if the problem is not solved by the measures above.

Main board is damaged

6-6

6-13 ERROR MESSAGE


NO 1 CHECKING POINT service call ACTION Restart the machine Refer to SERVICE CALL below Restart the machine 2 Internal Error Upgrade the firmware to the latest version REFERENCE [6-14 SERVICE CALL] Restart the machine and see if the same error occurs again. Check the revision record of the firmware version and upgrade it if the error has been solved in the firmware. OUTLINE Restart the machine and see if the same error occurs again.

6-14 SERVICE CALL


CODE CONTENTS Disorder of communication with Sub CPU CAUSE ACTION Check cable connection between Main Board and Servo Board. Check cable connection between Main Board and Heater Board. Check the other cable connections of Servo Board. Heater Board replacement Servo Board replacement Main Board replacement Flexible cable replacement Servo Board replacement

Servo Board does not work correctly. Sub CPU does not work correctly. 0002 There is a bad connection between Main This occurs when the Sub Board and Servo Board. CPU is not detected when the machine is turned on. 0004 Sub CPU SRAM error SRAM is broken.

Servo Board does not work correctly. Sub CPU does not work correctly. An error occurs during 0005 downloading a program for There is a bad connection between Main Board and Servo Board. Sub CPU. A noise comes in.

Check cable connection between Main Board and Servo Board. Check cable connection between Main Board and Heater Board. Check the other cable connections of Servo Board. Heater Board replacement Servo Board replacement Main Board replacement Flexible cable replacement Check cable connection between Main Board and Servo Board. Check cable connection between Main Board and Heater Board. A noise comes in while sending a command. An error occurs when Check the other cable connections of Servo Board. Sub CPU was reset to default. 0006 trying to connect with Sub Heater Board replacement Tried to communicate when Sub CPU was CPU. Servo Board replacement reset to default. Main Board replacement Flexible cable replacement Servo Board does not work correctly. Sub CPU does not work correctly. There is a bad connection between Main Board and Servo Board. A noise comes in while sending a command. Sub CPU was reset while sending a command. Servo Board does not work correctly. Sub CPU does not work correctly. There is a bad connection between Main Board and Servo Board. A noise comes in a signal. Network I/F does not work correctly. Firmware for Network I/F is not installed. Check cable connection between Main Board and Servo Board. Check cable connection between Main Board and Heater Board. Check the other cable connections of Servo Board. Heater Board replacement Servo Board replacement Main Board replacement Flexible cable replacement Check cable connection between Main Board and Servo Board. Check cable connection between Main Board and Heater Board. Check the other cable connections of Servo Board. Heater Board replacement Servo Board replacement Main Board replacement Flexible cable replacement Check the firmware is installed into Network I/F. Main Board replacement Complete Limit Position Initialize correctly.

0007

An error occurs while sending a command.

There is a problem with synchronizing serial 0008 communication to Sub CPU. Network I/F Initialize has not been completed.

0010

Limit Position Initialize in Limit Position Initialize has not been done. 0101 the Service Mode has not Limit Position Initialize is ended before it is completed. been done. Even though the machine carries out the regular Limit Sensor does not work correctly or is 0102 movement, the output of broken. Limit Sensor does not reach the expected value.

Limit Sensor replacement Check the mechanical backlash or loose with the scan axis related parts.

6-7

Capping Motor does not work correctly or is broken. Even though the machine Capping Unit does not work correctly or is carries out the regular broken. 0104 movement, the output of Capping Sensor does not work correctly or is Capping Sensor does not broken. reach the expected value. Wiring or Flexible Cable has short circuited or cut-line. Linear Encoder Setup has not been done. Linear Encoder Setup has Linear Encoder Setup is ended before it is not been done. completed. Wiper Motor error Defect of Wiper Unit Defect of Wiper Sensor Cut-line or short-circuit of cable and Flexible cable

Capping Motor replacement Capping unit replacement Capping Sensor replacement Flexible Cable replacement

0107

Carry out Linear Encoder Setup in service menu

Even though the machine carries out the regular 0109 movement, the output of the Wiper Sensor does not reach the expected value.

Wiper Motor Replacement Wiper Unit Replacement Wiper Sensor Replacement Cable and Flexible Cable Replacement Confirm whether Encoder Scale is between the slit of Encoder Module in a whole width of the machine. Check cable connection between Linear Encoder Board and Head Board Confirm connection between Belt and Carriage Linear Encoder replacement Scan Motor replacement Servo Board replacement Main Board replacement

Input value from Linear Encoder is not changed when the Linear Encoder Read error of Linear Encoder. is setting its origin. Read error of Encoder on Scan Motor side. 0110 When Motor stops during Belt is not fixed to Head Carriage firmly. printing, expected movement is not Revised 4 completed on some head. Cartridge IC driver is broken. Communication error with Cartridge IC driver cable has short-circuit or Cartridge IC driver cut-line.

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Ink cartridge IC sensor replacement

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Thermistor Cable has short-circuit or cut-line. Check Cable connection around Thermistor There is a problem with Thermistor for Pre-Heater. Thermistor has a problem. Thermistor replacement Pre-Heater Cable connection has a problem. Check Pre-Heater Thermostat has a problem. Check Thermostat Thermistor has a problem. Check Thermistor Thermistor cable has short-circuit or cutline. Thermistor has a problem. Check Cable connection around Thermistor Thermistor replacement

Pre-Heater temperature 0125 has reached 60C and above. There is a problem with 0130 Thermistor for Print Heater. Print Heater temperature 0135 has reached 60C and above. 0140 There is a problem with Thermistor for dryer.

Print Heater Cable connection has a problem. Check Print Heater Thermostat has a problem. Check Thermostat Thermistor has a problem. Check Thermistor Thermistor cable has short-circuit or cutline. Thermistor has a problem. Check Cable connection around Thermistor Thermistor replacement Check Dryer Check Thermostat Check Thermistor

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Dryer cable connection has a problem. Dryer temperature has Thermostat has a problem. reached 80C and above. Thermistor has a problem.

Option Dryer temperature Option Dryer cable connection has a problem. Check Option Dryer Thermostat has a problem. 0146 has reached 80C and Check Thermostat Thermistor has a problem. above. Check Thermistor

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7 Service Activities 7-1 INSTALLATION CHECK LIST XJ-740/640/540 INSTALLATION CHECK LIST
Date

User

Serial Number

Unpacking

There is a space necessary for installing the machine as follows.


XJ-740: 4.3 m (169 in.) / XJ-640: 4.0 m (157 in.) / XJ-540: 3.7 m (146 in.)

XJ-740: 3.3 m (130 in.) / XJ-640: 3.0 m (118 in.) /XJ-540: 2.7 m (106 in.)

1.2 m (47 in.)

2.5 m (99 in.)

Unit space

Work space

Install the machine in a location that is level, stable, and able to bear the weight of the machine. The total weight of the machine may reach 300 kg (660 lb.), 280 kg (616 lb.) for the XJ-640, 250 kg (550 lb.) for the XJ-540 or more. Installation in an unsuitable location may cause a major accident, including tipover, fall, or collapse. Never install out of doors or in any location where exposure to water or high humidity may occur. Current leakage may cause electrical shock, electrocution, or combustion and fire. Never install close to any flammable object or in a gas-filled location. It causes a risk of combustion or explosion. Install in a clean, brightly lit location. Working in a location that is dark or cluttered may lead to an accident, such as becoming caught in the machine as the result of an inadvertent stumble.

Position so that the power plug is within immediate reach at all times. This is to enable quick disconnection of the power plug in the event of an emergency. Install the machine next to an electrical outlet. Also, provide enough empty space to allow immediate access to the electrical outlet. Ensure adequate ventilation for the work area. Failing to perform ventilation may result in a health hazard or danger of combustion due to ink fumes.

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Unpacking

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Unpacking the Stand Shafts

Jig for setting up

Stay, etc. Stand Legs Unpacking the Accessory Box

Ink-cartridge tray, etc.

Manual, CD-ROM, etc.

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Checking the Accessories

Stay : 1

Dancer roller : 1

Stand legs (left and right) : 1 set

Rail slider : 1

Paper pipe : 1

Shaft : 2

Power cord : 1

Arm/Arm retaining screw : 1 set

ink-cartriddge try :1

Media holders and retaining screws : 1 set

Shaft clamps : 2

Drain bottle stand : 1

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Drain bottles : 2 Media clamps : 1 set Media flanges : 2 Bolt : 28

Washer : 8

Replacement blades for separating knife :1

SOL INK cleaning cartridge : 4

Hexagonal wrench : 1

Cap-unit tool : 1

Software RIP : 1

Setup guide : 1

User's Manual : 1

Replacement wipers : 2

Tweezers : 1 Cleaning Kit : 1

Cleaning stick : 10

Cleaning stick : 10

Cleaning liquid : 1

Cleaning Guide : 1

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Installation and Preparation

Set up following items in reference to the Setup Guide from [3.Assembling and Installing] to [6. Network Settings]. In case of setting up DU-740/640/540, refer to the DU-740/640/540 Uer's Manual [1-4 Installing on the Printer].

Assemble the Stand

Mount the Machine

Install the Drain Bottle

Install the Media Holders

Attach the Ink-cartridge Tray

Removing the Packing Materials

Connect the Take-up Unit Cable

Connect the Power Cord and the Network Cable

Connect the Ethernet cable (100Base-TX suggested) to the Computer (Network). *Make sure to use the Ethernet cable which is category 5 and above.

Install the Ink Cartridges

!! IMPORTANT !! Shake the Ink Cartridge a few times gently before installing to the machine.

Make the Network Settings

IP address of PC

IP address of XJ-740/640/540

Upgrading the Firmware

Upgrade the firmware to the latest version.

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Installing Roland VersaWorks Install Roland VersaWorks in reference to the Quick Start Guide. System requirements for installing the software Operating system : Windows Vista Ultimate (32-bit edition) or Windows Vista Business (32-bit edition) or Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 or Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 CPU : Memory (RAM) : Display : 2.0-GHz or faster Pentium 4 recommended 512 MB of RAM (1 GB or more recommended) ( For Windows Vista, 1 GB ( 2 GB or more recommended) ) High-resolution SXGA (1,280 x 1,024 pixels) or better display recommended Free hard-disk space required as a working space : 40 GB or more recommended Hard-disk file system : NTFS format Make the setting for Roland@NET Select the check box [Download Updates Automatically and Notify] if the customer accepts it. Power-saving setting on PC Disable the PC's power-saving function which makes the PC go stanby or sleep. It may interrupt a job being printed.

Operation Explain following items in reference to the User's Manual. Switching the Power On and Off

Main power switch

Be sure to leave switched on at all times.

Sub power switch

Turn this switch on after closing the front cover. To turn it off, hold down the switch for one second or longer.

Back of the printer

Front of the printer Flip the loading lever down to the rear when not in use.

!! IMPORTANT !! Leave the main power on at all times. Maintenance operation is automatically carried out every 24 hours while the machine is not in use. Use the sub power switch for the daily powering on and off.

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Loading and cutting off media

For setting media straight, load the media while the left media holder is positioned close to the left edge. Also, never secure the media holder in place before loading the media. Loading media without performing these steps in the proper order may make smooth media feed impossible or causes poor printing results.

!! IMPORTANT !! Be sure to detatch the media clamps before performing a sheet cut. Performing a sheet cut with the media clamps attached causes the operation to be interrupted due to detection of the media clamps.

Settings for the Media Heating System - Operation of the Preheater, Print heater, Drying-heater and DU-740/640/540 (Optional Drying-heater and Blower-fan) - Temperature setting - General guide for the preset temperatures !! IMPORTANT !! If the print heater temperature is too high, the ink dots landed on the media are dried up before the diameter of the ink dots expands enough and it may result in banding. If the print heater temperature is too low, the ink dots landed on the media cannot be dried enough and it may result in the dark banding. Starting printing - Getting Ready to Receive Data from a Computer

Pausing or Canceling Printing - Canceling Printing Before It Finishes

Setting the Printing Position and Margins - Shifting the Print-start Position Forward or Backward - Shifting the Printing Position to the Left - Expanding the Printing Area by Reducing the Margins

Printing test and cleanings - Test print - Normal cleaning - Medium cleaning - Powerful cleaning

Large amount of ink is consumed for the Powerful cleaning.

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Checking for remaining Ink - Explain the [EMPTY MODE] !! IMPORTANT !! The remaining ink amount shown on the machine and RIP is only an approximate guide, which may differ somewhat from the actual amount remaining. Installation & Handling of the ink cartridges !! IMPORTANT !! - Shake the cartridge gently before installing a ECO-SOL MAX ink cartridge. - Be sure to replace with the same type of ink. Never mix different type of ink. - Never leave the machine with any ink cartridge removed. The print heads may become clogged. - Never frequently insert and remove any ink cartridges. Air may leak into the ink tube and be a cause of missing dots. - When printing is paused, the coloring at the seam may be altered when printing resumes. Before you perform lengthy printing, check the amount of ink remaining in the ink cartridges. - Never store ink at any locations where high temperature may occur or exposed to open flame.

Job outputting from Roland VersaWorks

Explain the following procedure for a job outputting from Roland VersaWorks.

Printing

Adding Media Profiles

Explain the procedure of adding Media Profiles of third-party media.

Downloading Media Profiles from the website.

Adding Media Profiles to Roland VersaWorks.

Functions for optimizing printing

Explain the following items referring to the User's Manual. Optimizing printing to match Media thickness. - Head height - Bi-direction adjustment - Feed calibration

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!! IMPORTANT !! - These adjustments are required for each Media individually. - If you are setting Feed Calibration on your machine, check in advance that [Use Printer Settings] is set on Roland VersaWorks.

Changing the Feed-correction Value During Printing

It is the function to change the feed-correction value without stopping the printing operation. You can change the feed-correction value regardless of whether settings made on the machine or settings made on the computer take precedence. A feed-correction value set while printing is in progress is saved only as a setting on the machine. If you'd like to use the changed feed-correction value in the next printing, set the [Feed Calibration Control] to [Use Printer Settings] in Roland VersaWorks.

Preset function All menu items listed below can be saved in Presets. - [FEED FOR DRY] - [CALIBRATION] - [VACUUM POWER] - [SHEET TYPE] - [SHEET WIDTH] - [SHEET POS.] - [SCAN INTERVAL] - [BLOWER FAN] - [ADJUST BI-DIR SIMPLE SETTING] - [ADJUST BI-DIR DETAIL SETTING] - [FULL WIDTH S] - [MEDIA RELEASE] - [PREHEATING] - Temperature setting of Pre-Heater/Print-Heater/Dryer - [ALTERNATE HEAD] - [SIDE MARGIN]

Using the Take-up System

Check the following item in reference to the Service Manual [4-17. Take-up Unit Operation Check].

Cable Connection Check and Operating Check for Take-up Unit.

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Explain the following items in reference to the User's Manual [3-2. Using the Take-up System]. Loading Roll Media !! IMPORTANT !! Avoid following operations that pull the media with undue force. - Never operate the MANUAL switch when the loading lever is lowered. - Never use to feed the media in reverse.

How to Remove Taken-up Media

Maintenance Explain the following items referring to the User's Manual. Disposing of discharged ink [CHECK DRAIN BOTTLE] message appears when a certain amount of discharged fluid collects in the bottle. !! IMPORTANT !! - When you dispose of discharged ink, make sure to reset the discharged-fluid count from [MENU] > [SUB MENU] > [MAINTENANCE] > [DRAIN BOTTLE] and press the [ENTER] key. Otherwise, "CHECK DRAIN BOTTLE" message appears at the inappropriate timing. - Never place discarded fluid in the location close to fire. - To store discharged fluid temporarily, use the included drain bottle or durable sealed container such as a metal can or polyethylene tank, and cap it tightly. - Dispose of discharged fluid properly, in accordance with your local laws.

Cleaning the parts other than the print heads - Pinch Rollers - Grit Rollers - Platen - Front & Rear Paper Sensors - Front Cover - Media Clamps !! IMPORTANT !! Never use gasoline, alcohol, thinner, or any other flammable materials.

Cleaning using the cleaning kit !! IMPORTANT !! This is very important work for maintaining the heads in good condition and must be done periodically.

Replacing the wipers

Replacing the separating knife

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When not in use for a prolonged period

Transporting the unit When transporting the unit, head cleaning is required and you need 8 unused cleaning cartridges for performing it.

!! IMPORTANT !! Fill ink within one week after transporting. If the machine is left without ink, the nozzles on the heads may get clogged.

Explain the following items referring to the Setup Guide. Temperature and humidity Specified temperature and humidity must be maintained even while not in use. When the temperature is too high, the alteration of ink may damage the machine. And, when it is too low, frozen ink may damage the print heads. While in use: Temperature 20 to 32 C, Humidity 35 to 80% (Non-condensing) While not in use: Temperature 5 to 40 C , Humidity 20 to 80% (Non-condensing)

Others

Explain to refer to the User's Manual when an error message is displayed. And also, explain to switch off and on the machine and check what happens before calling for inquiry when [SERVICE CALL] is displayed, since it occasionally solves the problem just by restarting.

Explain the procedure of capping the print heads referring to the User's Manual [6-6 The Print Heads Stopped Moving]. When the print carriage does not return to the standby position, capping needs to be done manually by user.

Consumable Parts and Replacement Cycle

Parts Nam e Printing Head

Replacem ent Cycle 6 billion shots / nozzle (6,000,000 kshots) * Damper needs to be replaced together w ith the Head replacement. 6 months, Wiping 3000 times or Rubbing 100 times * [TIME FOR WIPER REPLACE] appears w hen the number of Wiping and Rubbing come to 3,000 times. 1,500 hours 6 months 3,000 hours 6 months 12 months 24 months Replace it depending on the degree of w ear of its rubber part.

Wiper Scan Motor Cap Top Ink Tube Sponge for Flushing Sponge for Wiper Lithium Battery Pinch Roller

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7-2 Maintenance Check List

XJ-740/640/540 MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST


Date :

User

Serial Number

!! IMPORTANT !! If the DU-740/640/540 (Drying-heater unit) is installed in the printer, disconnect both power cord of the Printer and Drying-heater unit before performing the maintenance activity.

Check Items
Interview the customer Output / Get report before maintenance

Operation Points
Ask the customer if there is something that he/she is concerned about. Get report with [Get Report] of the Peck, or print print [ALL] in Service Menu. If large amount of ink is discharged in the drain bottle, dispose of it and give an explanation to the customer. Make sure to reset the discharged-ink count. Done Done Good Disposed OK Good

Check

Check drain bottle

Reset

Upgrade the firmware to the latest version Upgrade the firmware if the installed firmware is not the latest version. Determine if they should be replaced based on the SHOT COUNT in the History Report, the test print result and the customer's interview. Replacement Cycle : 6 billion shots/nozzle Head

Replacement Done Cleaning Done Good Adjustment Good Replacement Done Reset Cleaning Done Replacement Done

Reset

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Carriage Motor

Perform a manual cleaning by using cleaning sticks and cleaning liquid. Output the test patterns for BIAS, VERTICAL, HORIZONTAL and BIDIR. DEFAULT to check the error, and perform adjustment if necessary. Determine if it should be replaced based on MOTOR ERROR and MOTOR HOURS S in the History Report, the motor sound heard while printing the report and the customer's interview. Put some grease(FLOIL GE-676 BLACK) on the gear if you replace the motor. Replacement Cycle : 1,500 hours Determine if it should be replaced based on the deformation or the time period from the last replacement. If replacement is unnecessary, clean them manually using the Roland cleaning stick and cleaning liquid. Replacement Cycle : 6 months or Wiping count 3,000 times or Rubbing count 100 times. Determine if it should be replaced based on the performance of the cleaning or the time period from the last replacement. If replacement is unnecessary, clean them manually using the Roland cleaning stick and cleaning liquid. Replacement Cycle : 6 months Determine if it should be replaced based on its appearance or the time period from the last replacement. Replacement Cycle : 6 months Determine if it should be replaced based on its appearance or the time period from the last replacement. Replacement Cycle : 12 months Clean it manually using the Roland cleaning sticks and cleaning liquid. Replace it if necessary. Replacement Cycle : 24 months Check if the carriage belt doesn't touch the flanges of the drive pulley and idle pulley when the head carriage moves in the full width. Adjust the belt position, if necessary. Check the belt tension and adjust it if necessary. Check if it is not worn out, it does not have dirt on it and it rotates smoothly. Remove foreign substances stuck on it by using a brush. Check that there is no problem with the printing operation and printing result. Get report with [Get Report] of the Peck, or print [ALL] in Service Menu.

Check Consumable Parts

Cleaning Wiper

Good Cleaning Done Replacement Done Good Replacement Good Replacement Done Cleaning Done Replacement Done Good Replacement Done Good Adjustment Done Good Adjustment Done Good Replacement Done Done Done Done

Cap Top

Sponge for Flushing

Sponge under Wipers

Wiper Scraper

Lithium Battery

Carriage Belt Check Mechanical Parts Pinch Roller Grit Roller Check printing Output / Get report after maintenance

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7-3 Specifications
Main Unit Specification
XJ-740 Printing technology Media Width
210 to 1,879 mm (8.3 to 74 in.)

XJ-640
Piezoelectric inkjet 210 to 1,625 mm (8.3 to 64 in.)

XJ-540
210 to 1,371 mm (8.3 to 54 in.)

Thickness Maximum 1.0 mm (39 mil) with liner Roll outer diameter Maximum 210 mm (8.3 in.) Roll weight Maximum 47 kg (103 lb.) Maximum 40 kg (88 lb.) Maximum 30 kg (66 lb.) Core diameter 76.2 mm (3 in.) or 50.8 mm (2 in.) Printing width (*1) Ink cartridges Types Colors
Maximum 1,869 mm (73.6 in.) Maximum 1,615 mm (63.6 in.) Maximum 1,361 mm (53.6 in)

220-cc cartridge / 440-cc cartridge 6 colors (cyan, magenta, yellow, black, light-cyan, and light-magenta) or 4 colors (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) Maximum 1,440 dpi Error of less than 0.3% of distance traveled, or 0.3 mm, whichever is greater Preheater and print heater, setting range for the preset temperature: 30 to 50 C (86 to 122 F) Dryer, setting range for the preset temperature: 30 to 55 C (86 to 130 F) Maximum 250 mm (9.8 in.) Maximum 50 kg (110 lb.) Ethernet (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX, automatic switching) Automatic sleep feature AC 100 to 120 V 10%, 13 A, 50/60 Hz or AC 220 to 240 V 10%, 7 A, 50/60 Hz Approx. 1,600 W Approx. 47 W 64 dB (A) or less (according to ISO 7779) 45 dB (A) or less (according to ISO 7779) 3,169 (W) x 1,103 (D) x 1,260 (H) mm (124.8 (W) x 43.4 (D) x 49.6 (H) in.) 225 kg (495 lb.) 2,948 (W) x 1,103 (D) x 1,260 (H) mm (116 (W) x 43.4 (D) x 49.6 (H) in.) 213 kg (469 lb.) 2,694(W) x 1,103 (D) x 1,260 (H) mm (106 (W) x 43.4 (D) x 49.6 (H) in.) 200 kg (440 lb.)

Printing resolution (dots per inch) Distance accuracy (*2) (*3) Media heating system (*4) Roll outer diameter Roll weight

Media take-up system

Connectivity Power-saving function Power requirements Power consumption During operation Sleep mode Acoustic noise level During operation During standby Dimensions (with stand)

Weight (with stand) Environmental Power on (*5) Power off Accessories

Temperature: 15 to 32 C (59 to 90 F) (20 C [68 F] or more recommended), humidity: 35 to 80%RH (non-condensing) Temperature: 5 to 40 C (41 to 104 F), humidity: 20 to 80%RH (non-condensing) Exclusive stands, power cord, media clamps, media flanges, replacement blade for separating knife, cleaning kit, software RIP, Users Manual, etc.

*1 The length of printing is subject to the limitations of the program. *2 With Roland PET film, print travel: 1 m Temperature: 25 C (77 F), humidity: 50% *3 Not assured when the print heater or dryer is used. *4 Warm-up is required after powerup. This may require 5 to 20 minutes, depending on the operating environment. Depending on the ambient temperature and media width, the preset temperature may fail to be reached. *5 Operating environment
Humidity (%) (no condensation) 80 55 35 0 15 20 27 32 C ( F) (59) (68) (81) (90) Temperature

Use in an operating environment with this range.

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Conditions for Usable Media


Use genuine media from Roland DG Corp.

Media width
XJ-740: 210 to 1,879 mm (8.3 to 74 inches) XJ-640: 210 to 1,625 mm (8.3 to 64 inches) XJ-540: 210 to 1,371 mm (8.3 to 54 inches)

Roll outer diameter ( A)


Maximum 210 mm (8.3 inches)

Paper tube (core) inner diameter (B)


76.2 mm (3 inches) or 50.8 mm (2 inches) Note:Using roll media whose paper tube has an inner diameter of 2 inches requires the included media flanges.

Media thickness (C)


Maximum 1.0 mm (39 mil)

Roll weight
XJ-740: 47 kg (103 lb.) XJ-640: 40 kg (88 lb.) XJ-540: 30 kg (66 lb.)

Other conditions
Media such as the following cannot be used. Media whose end is attached to the paper tube (core) Media which is severely warped or which has a strong tendency to reroll Media that cannot withstand the heat of the media heating system Media that cannot withstand the tensioning of the media take-up or feed system Media whose paper tube (core) is bent or crushed Media that bends under its own weight when loaded Media on a sagging roll Media that is rolled unevenly

This machine cannot necessarily print every kind of media. When selecting media, be sure to carry out testing in advance to make sure that satisfactory printing quality is obtained.

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XJ-740 XJ-640 XJ-540