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SERVICE NOTES

SJ-645EX SJ-745EX

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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 1-13 1-14 1-15 1-16 COVERS ....................................................................................................................................................................1-1 FRAME .....................................................................................................................................................................1-3 CARRIAGE .................................................................................................................................................................1-5 DRIVE UNIT ..............................................................................................................................................................1-7 CHASSIS ...................................................................................................................................................................1-9 PINCH ROLLER ...................................................................................................................................................... 1-11 STAY ROLL ..............................................................................................................................................................1-12 WIPER SYSTEM .....................................................................................................................................................1-13 PUMP SYSTEM .......................................................................................................................................................1-14 INK SYSTEM ...........................................................................................................................................................1-17 BASE FRAME ..........................................................................................................................................................1-18 ACCESSORIES & STAND .......................................................................................................................................1-19 TUC-1 CONTROLLER .............................................................................................................................................1-20 TUC-1 OTHERS .......................................................................................................................................................1-21 TUC-1 ACCESSORIES ............................................................................................................................................1-22 TU-750/650/550 .......................................................................................................................................................1-22

2 Electrical Section
2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-6 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 3-10 WIRING MAP .............................................................................................................................................................2-1 MAIN BOARD ............................................................................................................................................................2-4 HEAD / SERVO BOARD .........................................................................................................................................2-12 SUB BOARD ............................................................................................................................................................2-24 TUC-1 ......................................................................................................................................................................2-30 HEATER BOARD ......................................................................................................................................................2-31 MAINTENANCE PARTS LIST .................................................................................................................................2-33 HEAD REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................................................3-1 WIPER REPLACEMENT ...........................................................................................................................................3-8 CAP TOP REPLACEMENT .....................................................................................................................................3-10 CARRIAGE MOTOR REPLACEMENT ....................................................................................................................3-15 PUMP REPLACEMENT ...........................................................................................................................................3-19 INK TUBE REPLACEMENT ....................................................................................................................................3-23 BOARDS REPLACEMENT ......................................................................................................................................3-27 BATTERY REPLACEMENT .....................................................................................................................................3-39 CARRIAGE WIRE REPLACEMENT ........................................................................................................................3-43 ENCODER SCALE REPLACEMENT ......................................................................................................................3-48

3 Replacement of Main Parts

4 Adjustment
4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 4-7 4-8 4-9 4-10 4-11 4-12 4-13 Special Tools ..............................................................................................................................................................4-1 SERVICE MODE .......................................................................................................................................................4-2 HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE ............................................................................................................................4-16 HEAD ALIGNMENT ..................................................................................................................................................4-19 CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT ..................................................................................................................................4-29 LINEAR ENCODER SETUP ....................................................................................................................................4-31 LIMIT POSITION & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE ........................................................................................4-32 PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT ..................................................................................................................4-34 CALIBRATION (FEEDING DIRECTION) .................................................................................................................4-37 CARRIAGE WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT ..........................................................................................................4-39 NETWORK BOARD INITIALIZE.............................................................................................................................. 4-42 OPERATION OF THE HEATER CONTROLLER .....................................................................................................4-44 SETTING THE PARAMETER OF THE HEATER CONTROLLER ..........................................................................4-45

5 Supplemental Information
5-1 SENSOR MAP ............................................................................................................................................................5-1

6 Troubleshooting
6-1 WHITE FINE LINES / BANDING / MISSING DOT / SCRATCHY PRINTING / BLURRED PRINTING ...........................................................................................................................6-1 6-2 IT DOESN’T PRINT AT ALL .......................................................................................................................................6-2 6-3 INK DROPS ON MEDIA .............................................................................................................................................6-2 6-4 SHIFTING IN PRINTING ............................................................................................................................................6-3 6-5 VERTICAL BANDING .................................................................................................................................................6-3 6-6 MEDIA SHIFTING .......................................................................................................................................................6-3 6-7 MOTOR ERROR .......................................................................................................................................................6-4 6-8 ERROR MESSAGE ....................................................................................................................................................6-5 SERVICE CALL...............................................................................................................................................................6-5 6-9 HEATER TEMPERATURE FAILS TO REACH THE PRESET VALUE .......................................................................6-6 6-10 RESULTS OF PRINTING ARE COARSE ..................................................................................................................6-6 6-11 ERROR MESSAGE (HEATER CONTROLLER) .........................................................................................................6-7

7 Service Activities
7-1 INSTALLATION CHECK LIST ....................................................................................................................................7-1 7-2 MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST .................................................................................................................................7-20 7-3 Specification .............................................................................................................................................................7-22

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Revision Record
Revison No. 0 1 2 Date 2005.2.22 2005.2.25 2005.6.22 Description of Changes First Edition 1-2 FRAME, 1-12 ACCESSORIES & STAND_ Part No. has been revised. 1-11BASE FRAME_ Part No. has been revised. 6-7 Motor Error codes have been added. 1-4 DRIVE UNIT 1-5 CHASSIS _ Parts have been revised. 2-7 : MAINTENANCE PARTS LIST_Electrical Parts has been revised. 4-3 : HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE Step8_The key has been corrected. Approval Inagaki Inagaki Kato Issued Sato Nakatani Hioki

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2005.8.5 2006.1.12

Kato Kato Kato Kato Kato Kato

Mabuchi Misako Misako Misako Mabuchi Misako

1-8 WIPER SYSTEM, 1-3 HEAD CARRIAGE_Parts have been revised. 7-2 MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST_Check Points has been revised. 3-8 BATTERY REPLACEMENT_Procedures have been revised. 2006.12.19 1-9 PUMP SYSTEM_Parts have been revised. 1-7 : STAY ROLL, 1-9: PUMP SYSTEM, 1-15 : TUC-1 ACCESSORIES, 2-1 : 2007.4.26 WIRING MAP Parts have been revised. 2007.5.21 2007.11.22 Sect1 : Parts have been revised. 1-3 HEAD CARRIAGE, 1-4 DRIVE UNIT, 1-9 PUMP SYSTEM, 1-15 : TUC-1 ACCESSORIES Parts have been revised. Sect3 : "WARNING" has been revised.

In addition to the and symbols. The specific The thing that must be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. the symbols shown below are also used. * material damage refers to damage or other adverse effects caused with respect to the home and all its furnishings. The specific thing that must not be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. 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. as well to domestic animals or pets.To Ensure Safe Work To Ensure Safe Work About and Notices. symbol alerts the user to things that must be carried out. . The symbol at left means anger of electrocution The symbol alerts the user to items that must never be carried out (are forbidden). The symbol at left means not to touch. The symbol at left means the power-cord plug must be unplugged from the outlet. : Tips and advise before the adjustment. About the Symbols The symbol alerts the user to important instructions or warnings. The specific meaning of the symbol is determined by the design contained within the triangle.

It may cause heat. Do not touch when power is on. Electric charge. explosion and fire. Do not recharge. short-circuit. Compornents damage • Do not repair. Can not be recovered. It may cause heat. • Do not replace fuse. HANDLING ATTENTION • Do not touch during power on Electric shock. explosion and fire. HIGH VOLTAGE. Replace power unit. The following figure describes the location. Put tape around the lithium battery for insulation for disposal or preservation.About the Labels Affixed to the Unit Turn off the primary power SW before servicing. About the Labels Affixed to the Unit These labels are affixed to the body of this product. nor put it into fire. . disassemble the lithium battery.

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1-1 COVERS
PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 11879107 2 3 4 22095147 22095138 22095149 22095139 22095148 22095140 Parts Name ABSORBER TK-12 APRON,B SJ-640 APRON,B SJ-740 APRON,F SJ-640 APRON,F SJ-740 APRON,F UNDER SJ-640 APRON,F UNDER SJ-740 COVER,I/S SJ-540 COVER,I/S MOTOR SJ-740 COVER,INNER I/S FJ-540 COVER,PANEL SJ-745EX COVER,PLATE L FJ-540 COVER,RAIL B SJ-640 COVER,RAIL B SJ-740 COVER,RAIL F SJ-640 COVER,RAIL F SJ-740 COVER,SIDE L FJ-540 COVER,SIDE R FJ-540 COVER,TOP L FJ-540 COVER,TOP L SJ-740 COVER,TOP R FJ-540 ESCUTCHEON FJ-500 FRAME,COVER F SJ-645EX FRAME,COVER F SJ-745EX HOLDER,COVER F SJ-640 HOLDER,COVER F SJ-740 HOOK,INT SW FJ-540 KEYTOP,DS-LD1H BLK KEYTOP,DS-LX1H BLK

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PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Parts Name S1 31029816AS BUSH SET,ROLL 3*4 100 PCS. S2 31029819AS BUSH SET,ROLL 3*9 100 PCS. S3 31289112AS CUPSCREW SET,M3*10 NI 100 PCS. S4 31289109AS CUPSCREW SET,M3*4 NI 100 PCS. S5 31289105AS CUPSCREW SET, M3*6 BC 100 PCS. S6 31289110AS CUPSCREW SET, M4*8 BC 100 PCS. S7 31149703AS RING SET,E-RING ETW-4 100 PCS. S8 31019137 S9 31019161 S11 31139104 SCREW,BINDING M3*8 NI+EXT.TW SCREW,BINDING M4*8 NI+ETX.TW SCREW,PLAPOINT M4*6 BK FE

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LABEL,CAUTION CARRIAGE #LA266 LABEL,CLAMP MEDIA FJ-540 #LA502 LABEL,CORPORATE LOGOTYPE #LA696 LABEL,EMERGENCY STOP #LA496 LABEL,HEATER SJ-745EX #LA759 LABEL,LOGO SJ-645EX #LA750 LABEL,LOGO SJ-745EX #LA749 LABEL,SOLJET PRO2V #LA777 LABEL,WARNING SOL INK #LA396 PLATE, F COVER CM-500 PLATE,COVER F SJ-640 PLATE,COVER F SJ-740 SHAFT,COVER F FJ-540 SHEET,PANEL SJ-745EX WASHER,COVER FJ-50

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PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11879122 11909133 11909167 11909168 22805514 22805473 22805478 22805466 22805468 22355816 Parts Name ABSORBER,K-16 ADAPTER,SCREW 2FAI FJ-50 ADAPTER,SCREW 3FAI FJ-540 ADAPTER,TUBE 2-3FAI FJ-540 ASS'Y G-ROLLER SJ-640 ASS'Y G-ROLLER SJ-740 ASS'Y,TUBING 2*20MM FJ-540 ASS'Y,TUBING 2*2100MM SJ-740 ASS'Y,TUBING 3*1500MM SJ-740 BASE,SHAFT SQUARE FJ-540 BEARING 10-19ZZ BEARING HOUSING A 211-106 BED,F SJ-640 BED,F SJ-740 BED,SJ-640 BED,SJ-740 BUSH,80F-0603 CLAMP,FCM2-S6-14 CLAMP,MEDIA FJ-540 COLLAR COVER,FEED MOTOR FJ-540 COVER,FEED MOTOR SJ-740 COVER,INNER I/S TOP SJ-740 CUSHION,PLATE CABLE FJ-540 FAN,SCBD24H7-016 FILTER(E) FRC-45-12-6.5 FRAME,DRIVE PULLEY SJ-745EX FRAME,MIDDLE L FJ-540 FRAME,MIDDLE R2 FJ-540 FRAME,SIDE L FJ-540 GRIT ENCODER BOARD ASS'Y FJ-540 GUIDE,TUBE 8 FJ-500 HEATER,BED HU-640 100-117V HEATER,BED HU-640 220-240V HEATER,BED HU-740 100-117V HEATER,BED HU-740 220-240V HEATER,PLATEN HU-640EX 100-117V HEATER,PLATEN HU-640EX 220-240V HEATER,PLATEN HU-740 100-117V HEATER,PLATEN HU-740 220-240V HOLDER,LINEAR SCALE CJ-70 HOLDER,RING O 2FAI FJ-50 HOLDER,RING O 3FAI FJ-540 L-BEARING,SSR15XW2GE+2560LY L-BEARING SSR15XW2UE+2740LY LEVER,SHAFT FJ-540 NUT,BOSS H14MM S3MM N3MM PLATE,AUTOCUT JOINT SJ-740 PLATE,INNER I/S FJ-540 PLATE,LINEAR SCALE CJ-70 PLATE,SHUTTER SJ-640 PLATE,SHUTTER SJ-740 PLATE,STAY CABLE 2 FJ-540 PLATE,TUBE GUIDE FJ-540 RAIL,CABLE SJ-640 RAIL,CABLE SJ-740 RAIL,GUIDE SJ-640 RAIL,GUIDE SJ-740 RAIL,LINEAR SCALE SJ-640 RAIL,LINEAR SCALE SJ-740 ROLLER,STAY CABLE FJ-600 SENSOR-INTERRUPTER GP2A25NJ SET,G-ROLLER FJ-600 SET,G-ROLLER SJ-740 SHAFT, SQUARE SJ-640 SHAFT, SQUARE SJ-740

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SJ-745EX SJ-645EX Parts Name SHAFT,FEED SJ-640 SHAFT,FEED SJ-740 SHEET,LINEAR SCALE SJ-640 SHEET,LINEAR SCALE SJ-740 SHEET,RAIL CABLE SJ-740 SHUTTER,FAN FJ-540 SHUTTER,GRIT FJ-540 SHUTTER,PLATEN HU-540 SLIDER CLAMP MEDIA FJ-500 SPRING,BACK UP PNC-960 SPRING,PLATEN HEATER HU-540 SPRING,PREHEATER SJ-745EX SPRING,US-602 SJ-745EX STAY,BED JOINTFJ-540 STAY,PLATE CABLE 2 FJ-540 STAY,PREHEATER SPRING SJ-745EX STAY,P-SENSOR B FJ-540 STAY,P-SENSOR F FJ-540 STAY,RAIL CABLE FJ-540 STAY,RAIL CABLE RIGHT FJ-540 STAY,RAIL GUIDE FJ-540 STAY,TUBE 2 FJ-540 STOPPER,LINEAR SCALE FJ-540 STOPPER,SHAFT SQUARE CX-24 SUPPORT,FRAME L FJ-540 SUPPORT,FRAME R FJ-540 SUPPORT,SHAFT SQUARE FJ-540 THERMISTOR LCA-PT-N THERMOSTAT,BED THERMOSTAT,PLATEN * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

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PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. S1 31029804AS S2 31499101AS S3 31379102 S4 31329601AS S5 31289112AS Parts Name BUSH SET,ROLL 3*5.5 100 PCS. CLAMP SET,BASE SKM-1 50PCS. CLAMP,FLAT CABLE FCS-25P CLAMP SET,INSULOK T-18S 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*10 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET,M3*4 NI 100 PCS. CUPSCREW SET, M3*6 BC 100 PCS. PIN,SPRING 2.5*8 SUS STRAIGHT PIPE,POLYCA 4*8*10 SADDLE,LOCKING EDGE LES-1010 SADDLE,LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z 20PCS. SADDLE,LOCKING WIRE LWS-1211Z SCREW SET,BINDING M3*8 BC 100 PCS. SCREW,BINDING M3*8 NI+EXT.TW SCREW,BINDING M4*8 NI+ETX.TW SCREW SET,BIND P-TIGHT 3*6 BC 100PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M3*12 BC 20 PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M3*12 BC+PW 20 PCS. SCREW,CAP M3*20 NI SCREW,CAP M3*4 BC SCREW SET,CAP M3*6 BC 20 PCS. SCREW SET,CAP M3*6 BC MEC 20 PCS. SCREW,CAP M4*12 BC+PW 4*9*0.8 SCREW SET,CAP M4*15 NI 20 PCS. SCREW,CAP M4*6+FL C SCREW SET,PAN M3*4 C+PW 100 PCS. SCREW SET,SET WP M3*8 BC 20 PCS. SCREW,W-SEMS M3*45 BC SCREW SET,W-SEMS M3*8 BC+PW 50PCS. WASHER SET,PLAIN 3*6*0.5 C 100PCS. TAPE REFLECTION FNS50 (cut when using) S31 31549107 SJ-645EX : L=1800MM, SJ-745EX : L=2000MM

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BINDING M3*15 BC SCREW SET.ENC SENS FJ-540 PLATE.CUTTER CM-500 CABLE ASSY HEAD U/D SENS FJ-540 SJ-745EX SJ-645EX Parts No.CAP M4*6+FL C SCREW SET C-SEMS M2*8 C 100 PCS.SET CONE M3*16 BC 20PCS.CABLE FJ-500 GUIDE. SCREW SET.CARRIAGE F PC FJ-540 COVER.U/D LEVER FJ-540 SPRING.CARRIAGE BOARD FJ-540 COVER.HEAD BOARD FJ-540 COVER. *Revised 4: Refer to Service Information SJ745EX-004. CLAMP SET.1-3 CARRIADGE PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.CABLE SJ-740 HOLDER. RING SET.HEAD INKJET SOL XC-540 Revised 8 * 10 22805466 11 22355815 12 22355814 13 22355656 14 23505851 15 23505853 16 23475206 17 23475218 23475198 *Revised 8: Refer to Service Information SJ745EX-010.GND FJ-540 PLATE. WASHER SET.EXTERNAL TOOTH M4 C100PCS 18 21775103 19 22025958 20 22025957 21 22025959 22 22025960 23 12049145 12029990 24 6081181200 25 12399352 26 22115888 27 22115889 28 22115890 29 22115798 30 22135602 31 22135618 32 22135440 33 22135559 34 21655247 35 21655251 36 11659149 37 22145454 38 W811904250 39 W811904260 40 15229705 41 22055557 42 22055547 43 22055486 44 22055548 45 W8119042C0 ASSY.CARRIAGE SIDE FJ-50 SPRING. RIVET SET. SADDLE.E-RING ETW-4 100 PCS.W-SEMS M4*8 BC 50 PCS. CABLE ASS'Y.CARRIAGE R FJ-540 ADAPTER.CARRIAGE T FJ-540 COVER.PAN M2.FLAT M3*6 BC 100 PCS.TRUSS M2*6 BC 100 PCS.BINDING M3*8 NI+EXT.SENSOR CARRIAGE FJ-540 STAY.SLIDER CARRIAGE FJ-540 PRINT CARRIAGE BOARD ASS'Y 1-6 .SCREW 2FAI FJ-50 ASS'Y.P-SIDE SENSOR FJ-540 CABLE-CARD 21P1 330L BB CABLE-CARD 36P1 2710L BB HIGH-V CABLE-CARD 36P1 2940L BB CAM.HOLDER BLADE CM-500 ASS'Y.CARRIAGE FJ-540 LINEAR ENCODER BOARD ASS'Y FJ-540 PAPERSIDE SENSOR BOARD ASS'Y PHOTO INTERRUPTER GP1A71A1 PLATE.HEAD FJ-540 ADAPTER.CARRIAGE FJ-540 SPACER.INK DAMPER 3 2 FAI SJ-540 Revised 4 * FILTER(E) FRC-45-12-6.PULL CARRIAGE 3500 FJ-540 SPRING. SCREW SET.PLATE DAMPER FJ-540 ASS'Y.UREA M3*20 N-1 WH 50PCS SCREW SET.CARRIAGE SIDE U/D FJ-540 FRAME.CARRIAGE U/D FJ-540 FRAME.BLADE UP CM-500 SPRING.TKP0180-2B R50-81 COVER.TW SCREW.HEXAGON CARRIAGE FJ-540 SLIDER.CAP M3*6 BC MEC 20 PCS.NYLON P2655B 20 PCS.CARRIAGE BASE FJ-540 FRAME. SCREW SET.TUBE 8 FJ-500 HOLDER.BLADE SET CM-500 SJ-745E SJ-645EX * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * SHAFT. S1 31029801AS S2 31029803AS S3 31329501AS S4 31289109AS S5 31289105AS S6 31149703AS S7 31299102AS S8 31159901AS S9 31409801AS S10 31019118AS S11 31019120 S12 31019116AS S13 31019137 S14 31049104 S15 31049142AS S16 31069104 S17 31679902AS S18 31169103AS S19 31089121AS S20 31199905AS S21 31229103AS S22 31179908AS S23 31239106AS S24 31249402AS Parts Name BUSH SET. RIVET SET.M3*4 NI 100 PCS. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 46 21495115 47 22155960 48 22185127 49 22165216 50 22175154 51 22175159 52 22175520 53 22175519 54 22625109 55 22175155 56 22715322 57 22715321 58 22715323 Parts Name SCREW.BINDING M3*6 BC 100 PCS. SCREW. SCREW. HOLDER CARRIAGE FJ-540 BASE.5 FRAME.PUSH MOUNT RT30SSF5 20PCS.CLAMP BLADE CM-500 ASS'Y. M3*6 BC 100 PCS.CAP M2.CARRIAGE FJ-540 COVER. CUPSCREW SET.PLATE CAM SLIDE ASS'Y.CARRIAGE CAP FJ-540 GUIDE. SCREW SET.ROLL 3*5 20 PCS. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 21905170 21905169 21905166 11909133 22805292 1000002201 22805291 22805396 22805476 Parts Name ADAPTER.CARRIAGE L FJ-540 ADAPTER.HOLD FILTER W11 CX-500 PLATE.NYLON P3045W 20 PCS.SCREW CM-500 STAY. CUPSCREW SET.RING O 2FAI FJ-50 LEVER.HEAD ADJUST 500 FJ-540 SPRING.HEAD AL FJ-540 GUIDE.3*8 NI+PW 100PCS SCRW SET.LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z 20PCS.CUTTER FJ-540 HOLDER.CUTTER FJ-500 GUIDE.HOLDER CARRIAGE FJ-540 STAY.TKP0180-2B R50-87 PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. SCREWSET.CARRIAGE AL FJ-540 BASE.TUBING 2*2100MM SJ-740 BASE.HEAD PLESS 500 FJ-540 SPRING. SCREW.ROLL 2*4 100PCS BUSH SET.WIRE CARRIAGE FJ-540 ASSY.6*4 BC SCREW SET.BINDING M3*10 BC 100 PCS.

30 7 45 S7 46 S23 S6 22 S2 21 31 2 13 S7 9 19 S6 S4 13 16 S26 S10 S1 S7 1 S24 S17 33 20 14 S16 S15 S15 S1 S1 S4 S6 S4 S6 41 S15 S15 S1 S23 S4 S6 6 S23 S14 S7 S2 52 53 S19 4 36 S3 15 42 11 55 S19 S14 21 S24 38 S5 19 S23 S20 S25 S4 16 S16 43 1-4 DRIVE UNIT 29 S7 S28 S23 18 32 S6 24 S1 S4 35 S6 S4 5 S6 26 S4 S1 S16 S7 S7 S11 S24 5 S10 44 10 S18 S25 S13 10 S15 50 S7 S7 S7 S28 Revised 3 28 S23 S27 49 39 S22 51 34 S27 S21 S12 S27 8 3 37 54 1-7 25 27 12 S13 S18 8 43 S8 23 40 S23 Revised 6 17 Revised 8 S9 48 47 S14 Revised 8 S15 S9 .

80F-0603 BUSH. M4*8 BC 100 PCS. M4*6 NI 100 PCS.I/S SW FJ-540 COVER. CUPSCREW SET.BINDING M4*8 NI+ETX. PIN.M3*4 NI 100 PCS.THERMOSTAT SJ-745EX SW.F-M-R FJ-540 SJ-745EX HU JUNCTION BOARD SPRING.H235S20(B8) T2 GEAR.M3*10 NI 100 PCS.NB-19 CLAMP SET. CUPSCREW SET.CAP M3*8 NI 50 PCS.UD49.WIRE T30MR CUPSCREW SET.S300S10 GRID ENCODER TS5217N561 FJ-540 HOUSING. Parts Name STAY.3*12 NI CUPSCREW SET.CAP M3*6 BC 20 PCS.CAP M4*20 NI 20 PCS.FEED MOTOR FJ-540 Refer to the Service Information : SJ-745EX-002 Revised 6 7811909010 ASSY.LEVER FJ-540 COVER.PANEL CABLE GUIDE SJ-745EX STAY.RAIL FJ-540 BASE.SHAFT PULLEY FJ-500 STAY.6C6.1-4 DRIVE UNIT SJ-745EX SJ-645EX SJ-745EX SJ-645EX Parts No.FA-CODER FJ-540 STAY. SCREW.MIDDLE R2 FJ-540 FRAME. SCREW.POLYCA 4*8*10 RING SET.46S16 SJ-740 ASSY. SCREW.PXR-4 WIRE SJ-640 WIRE SJ-740 STAY.CAP M4*6+FL C SCREW SET.INSULOK T-18S 100 PCS.5*8 SUS STRAIGH PIPE.BINDING M3*8 NI+EXT.BINDING M3*4 BC 100 PCS.CAP M4*25 BC 20 PCS.HC BOARD L SJ-745EX Revised 8 * * * * * * * * * * PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.CAP M4*12 BC+PW 4*9*0.INT SW FJ-540 FILTER(E).MIDDLE L FJ-540 FRAME.SPRING 2.CAM PINCH SJ745EX MAGNET CATCH TL-105 PHOTO INTERRUPTER GP1A71A1 PLATE.SET WP M3*3 C 20 PCS. SCREW SET.E-RING ETW-7 SUS SADDLE. SCREW SET. S1 31029101 S2 31329602AS S3 31329601AS S4 31379116 S5 31289112AS S6 31289111AS S7 31289110AS S8 31289107 S9 31289109AS S10 31119904 S11 31129102 S12 31149704AS S13 31149705 S14 31409702 S15 31409801AS S16 31019149 S17 31019115AS S18 31019137 S19 31019161 S20 31049105AS S21 31049170AS S22 31049173AS S23 31049117 S24 31049174AS S25 31049175AS S26 31049137AS S27 31069104 S28 31199701AS Parts Name BUSH.5 F53) PULLEY.3*8 BC SCREW SET.TW SCREW.8 SCREW SET. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12359113 7811909000 22805474 7811909010 22355807 22355811 22175870 22175815 12159573 Parts Name ABSORBER TK-2320 ASSY.2S4(B4.46S16(B40C45.PULLEY HD48.TFC-16-8-13 FLANGE.LEVER FJ-500 STAND.PULLEY SJ-740 SHUTTER.MOTOR FJ-540 FRAME.SENSOR PINCH FJ-540 55 22715506 PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.MOTOR FEED FJ-540 FLANGE.FEED MOTOR FJ-540 Revised 3 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 51 22715249 52 22715475 53 23115108 54 21945146 21945143 ASS'Y.LOCKING EDGE LES-1010 SADDLE.CAP M4*15 NI 20 PCS.LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z 20PCS. SCREW SET. SCREW. RING.CAP M4*10 NI 50 PCS.SCAN MOTOR 2 FJ-540 Revised 6 BASE.SIDE L FJ-540 GEAR.BINDING M2.R-BEARING FRAME FJ-540 KNOB FJ-50 LEVER.SCAN MOTOR 2 FJ-540 Refer to the Service Information : SJ-745EX-005 1-8 .GP1A05A5 SHAFT.C P-ROLLER CM-500 STAND. CLAMP. CLAMP SET.LEVER LINK FJ-540 POWER SW AJ7201B PULLEY.SENSOR CARRIAGE FJ-500 STAY.TW SCREW SET.SCAN MOTOR FJ-540 BEARING 10-19ZZ BEARING F8-16ZZ BUSH. CUPSCREW.E-RING ETW-6 SUS 100 PCS.HC BOARD R SJ-745EX Revised 8 STAY.6) SENSOR INTERRUPTER. SCREW SET.PULLEY FJ-540 STAY.HD48.80F-1006 CABLE-ASSY ACJ-SW 5EX CABLE-ASSY ESD SJ-1000 CABLE-ASSY FEED-MOTOR74 SJ-740 CABLE-ASSY HUJ-SW 5EX CABLE-ASSY MAINT-COVER SW FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY SCAN-MOTOR FJ-540 COLLAR. 10 12159563 11 23415281 12 23415266 13 23505846 14 23505833 15 23415282 16 23505834 17 23505845 18 21745109 19 22025963 20 22025980 21 12399334 22 21995124 23 21995122 24 22115882 25 22115894 26 22115891 27 21685149 28 21685119 29 25095120 30 22115121 31 22485104 32 22485117 33 12399102 34 15229705 35 22055554 36 13129170 37 21975156 38 21975154 39 15229506 40 22155963 41 22125429 42 W880101420 43 22175157 44 22035161 45 22035193 46 22715320 47 22715505 48 22715484 49 22715244 50 22715325 CABLE-ASSY FRONT-COVER SW FJ-540 * Revised 3 7811909000 ASSY.INSULOK T-18L 100 PCS.

20 S6 S6 1-5 CHASSIS S6 S1 32 S5 36 38 S5 2 S5 S17 S5 S5 S12 3 35 8 CN2 CN3 S5 S6 30 S4 11 S14 S17 S14 S5 40 S10 25 16 S13 S12 39 5 17 1-9 21 S4 31 S5 Revised 3 31 29 S15 S10 23 33 12 15 S3 14 S5 S16 S4 37 S12 S5 28 4 S8 S5 10 19 S11 S11 S11 26 S12 S12 7 6 9 24 31 S7 S4 S15 S8 S9 13 S15 S5 27 18 S15 S11 41 1 S5 S12 S6 S10 22 S2 S12 31 S5 34 .

5EX POWER SUPPLY CABLE-CARD 24P1 850L BB CABLE-CARD 25P1 105L BB CABLE-CARD 26P1 810L BB CHASSIS.3A/125V #LA626 100-117V LABEL.E-573 200-240V LABEL.TW SPACER. S5 31289109AS CUPSCREW SET.POWER CM-500 NO.FLAT CABLE FCS-25P CLAMP. M3*6 BC 100 PCS.LOCKING EDGE LES-1010 SCREW. SJ-745EX COVER. FUSE 5X20CEE-3.15A/250V NO.ULTSC N1 6.CHASSIS FAN FJ-540 STAY.HEATER J BOARD SJ745EX 1-10 .FLASH-LIGHTING NO.AC GROUND GREEN 5EX CABLE-ASSY.NET CARD FJ-540 POWER SW AJ7201B 25 W811904020 HEAD BOARD FJ-540 26 14049102 27 22535257 28 31279109 31279128 29 22535117 30 7853905000 31 22055487 32 22055565 33 13129170 34 22425112U0 POWER UNIT SWITCHING FJ-540 35 W811904010 SERVO BOARD FJ-540 36 21475147 37 22715483 38 22715494 39 22715326 40 22715327 41 22715477 SHEET.5EX POWER AC CABLE-ASSY.NYLON P2655B 20 PCS.FUSE T3.COATING SEAL FJ-540 STAY HTR CABLE GUIDE SJ-745EX STAY SB SHILD SJ-745EX STAY SERVO BOARD FJ-540 STAY.CHASSIS FJ-540 FAN.E-582 LABEL.5EX HU SIGNAL CABLE-ASSY. 2 22805353 3 15009101 4 23505848 5 23505999 6 23505462 7 23505463 8 23505842 9 23505840 10 23505841 11 23505843 12 23415287 13 23415288 14 23415277 15 23415275 16 23475196 17 23475197 18 23475203 19 22815157 20 22025971 21 1000000012 22 12399351 23 12399331 24 12559104 12559572 Parts Name 1 W880101410 AC JUNCTION BOARD SJ-745EX ASSY.FUSE 6. S12 31409801AS SADDLE.NETWORK BOARD FJ-500 BATTERY CR2032 CABLE-ASSY G-ENCODER74 SJ-740 CABLE-ASSY HEAD BOARD FAN FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY AC NEUTRAL BLUE FJ-50 CABLE-ASSY AC LIVE BROWN FJ-50 CABLE-ASSY PAPER-SENS FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY POWER HEAD FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY POWER SERVO FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY PRI-CAR SENS FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY.893 MAIN BOARD ASS'Y SJ-1000 PLATE.FPC-31-12 FUSE.LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z 20PCS. Parts Name CLAMP.109R0624H459 FILTER(E) FRC-40-12-6.INSULOK T-18S 100 PCS.WPCS-12S-4. S16 31169103AS SCREW SET.3A/125V 100-117V SJ-745EX SJ-645EX PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.M3*4 NI 100 PCS.BINDING M4*8 NI+ETX. E-580 LABEL.CABLE CKS-13-H CLAMP.FLAT M3*6 BC 100 PCS. S6 31289105AS CUPSCREW SET.WARNING FUSE REPLACE #347 SADDLE.FLAT CABLE FCS-50P S1 31379111 S2 31379102 S3 31379101 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Revised 3 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * S4 31329601AS CLAMP SET.1-5 CHASSIS PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.CAUTION VOLTAGE #LA167 LABEL.EARTH MARK-1 NO.SUP-J10G-E LABEL.HOLD FILTER W26 CX-500 PLATE. S7 31279116 S8 31279121 S9 31279191 S11 31409702 S13 31019123 S14 31019137 S15 31019161 S17 31209118 LABEL.15AT WICKMANN 200-240V INLET.0 S10 31299102AS RIVET SET.TW SCREW.BINDING M3*8 NI+EXT.5 FILTER(E).BINDING M3*30 BC SCREW.

S1 31119108 Parts Name PIN. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 21775101 22115893 22145216 22055549 21565105 22175521 22715260 Parts Name CAM.1-6 PINCH ROLLER 7 1 2 S1 4 6 3 5 SJ-745EX SJ-645EX PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.PINCH FJ-540 PLATE.PINCH SPRING 2 FJ-500 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.PARALLEL 3*30 SUS H7 1-11 .LEVER PINCH FJ-540 P-ROLLER FD8S3(B15L30) SPRING.PINCH ROLLER 930 FJ-540 STAY.PINCH FJ-540 LEVER.SHAFT P-ROLLER CJ-500 FRAME.

1-7 STAY ROLL 15 S6 4 14 2 S4 16 S4 S4 S6 5 S4 S7 11 S7 6 8 12 12 S1 9 S3 4 Revised 6 7 S4 10 S6 4 1 S1 S1 12 S1 3 4 S7 S6 S7 S2 12 15 S4 S4 13 Revised 6 SJ-745EX SJ-645EX PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.OIL DAMPER FJ-500 STAY.RAIL ROLL SJ-740 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.5-RR HOLDER.ROLL L FJ-500 SHAFT.E-RING ETW-12 SUS 20 PCS.BINDING M3*6 BC 100 PCS.SLIDER FJ-540 RAIL.BUSH L FJ-500 ARM.LFF-1410 DAMPER. M3*6 BC 100 PCS. SCREW. CUPSCREW SET. SCREW. NUT SET. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 22145214 22145271 22805230 12159550 11959116 21655289 22715267 22645118 22185437 22645122 22185434 Parts Name ARM.BUSH R2 FJ-540 ASS'Y.ROLL R FJ-500 SLIDER.GUIDE MEDIA SJ-740 RAIL.ROTARY TM-252-1.GUIDE MEDIA SJ-640 RAIL. RING SET.CAP M6*8 BC+FL STAY.RAIL GUIDE MEDIA FJ-540 STAY.ROLL SJ-640 RAIL. SCREW TUC-60/70 BUSH.1 TUC-60/70 PLATE.CAP M6*20 BC+PW+SW CUPSCREW SET.GUIDE MEDIA 2 FJ-500 Revised 6 * 10 22295220 11 22295219 12 22185103 13 22055560 14 22715248 15 22715241 16 22055568 * Revised 6 * * * 1-12 .RAIL ROLL FJ-500 PLATE. S1 31019116AS S2 31049157 S3 31289105AS S4 31289110AS S5 31109806AS S6 31149707AS S7 31049156 Parts Name SCREW SET.ROLL SJ-740 SHAFT.HEXAGON M6 BC 100 PCS. M4*8 BC 100 PCS.

SCRAPER SP-300 SJ-745EX SJ-745EX SJ-645EX SJ-645EX * No. M3*6 BC 100 PCS.WIPER MOTOR FJ-540 BELT.POLYSLIDER 2.WIPER FJ-540 COVRE.WIPE F FJ-540 SLIDER.WIPE FJ-540 WIPER.6*5*.PULL WIPE 2000 FJ-540 SPRING. SADDLE.CARRIAGE SIDE FJ-50 SPRING.M3*4 NI 100 PCS.S10S20 GEAR.IDLE PULLEY STX-7 SHAFT.CAP M4*10 NI 50 PCS.WIPER U/D FJ-540 GEAR.1-8 WIPER SYSTEM 12 9 11 S2 S1 21 46 S1 S2 S2 24 S2 Revised 4 13 38 S7 32 33 S2 S9 14 34 S5 27 7 31 45 S2 5 10 S2 S13 15 29 4 S2 S2 3 S2 19 16 S13 36 15 30 S13 42 26 23 8 S2 S2 S6 25 S2 44 35 S3 8 1 5 22 S2 37 Revised 4 41 S3 17 S12 S10 34 S8 S3 S2 S2 28 40 S5 2 S2 S5 S7 S11 39 S3 7 S2 43 S4 S2 20 PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.WIPE F SJ-540 PAD.WIPER FJ-540 FRAME.WD6.WIPER FJ-540 BASE.SERGE MIST 3 SJ-540 FILTER(M).SPIRAL SPP-08L L=320MM TUBE.PAN M3*6 NI+PW SCREW SET.S90(B5M0. TUBE.LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z 20PCS.5 CUT 1-13 .T14P2S4+GEAR S53 PULLEY.8HEX6) HOLDER. RING SET.94S9 RAIL.SCRAPER FJ-540 HOLDER. * * * * * * * * * * Revised 4 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Parts Name RAIL.INNER SERGE MIST SJ-540 FLANGE.SERGE MIST SJ-540 BASE.B-S6-17 CABLE-ASSY WIPER SENS FJ-540 CAM.WIPER R FJ-540 SENSOR.WIPER FJ-540 SHUTTER.PULLEY STX-7 FRAME.GUIDE WIPER FJ-540 RAIL.13 REVISED 4 Refer to Service Information : SJ745EX-004 S10 18 23 Parts No.E-RING ETW-4 100 PCS.BINDING M3*25 BC LL SCREW.VINYL 12*16(10M) L=450MM WASHER.WIPER L FJ-540 PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.TENSHONER STX-7 STAY. SCREW.SENS WIPE U/D FJ-540 PLATE. SCREW.WIPER TRAY SJ-540 PLATE. CUPSCREW SET.WIPER FJ-540 MOTOR.SERGE MIST FJ-540 PLATE. S1 31289109AS S2 31289105AS S3 31149703AS S4 31409801AS S5 31019120 S6 31019160 S7 31069101 S8 31049173AS S9 31089117 S10 31199701AS S11 31258119 S12 31258122 S13 31249952 Parts Name CUPSCREW SET.103-593-1041 PAD.WIPE R FJ-540 COVER.SENS WIPE U/D FJ-540 TRAY.HEAD ASP FJ-50 WIPER.408P2M4-530 BUSH.BINDING M3*15 BC SCREW.S53S5(B15) GEAR.HEXAGON WIPER FJ-540 SHAFT.CARRIAGE FJ-540 COVER.CARRIAGE FJ-540 Revised 4 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 1 2 3 4 5 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 22145221 22355812 22355813 11929138 12159536 23505996 21775103 22025977 22025985 22025953 22045141 1000000415 22275122 21995104 22115887 22115886 21685122 21685144 21685143 21655250 21655245 22435106 21545159 21545160 22055555 22055537 22055548 21975124 21975123 22185443 22185445 33 22185444 34 15229506 35 22155962 36 22295132 37 22155961 38 22125433 39 22185127 40 22175159 41 1000000029 42 22175140 43 22715324 44 21445106 45 11379105 46 21375107 SPRING.SERGE MIST FJ-540 COVER.SLIDER CARRIAGE FJ-540 PULLEY.SET WP M3*3 C 20 PCS.SCRAPER FJ-540 FILTER(M).CAP M3*6+FL C SCREW SET.INTERRUPTER GP1A05A5 SHAFT. Parts Name ARM.

TABLE SPRING SP-300 HOOK.CAP TOP FJ-540 COVER.GP1A05A5 Revised 8 Revised 7 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Parts No.BOTTOM 2 FJ-540 BELT. CUPSCREW SET.CAP CASE FJ-540 DRIVE PULLEY FRAME.TABLE MOTOR FJ-540 R-BEARING.GUIDE SHAFT FJ-540 SUPPORT.PLATE BUSH FJ-540 SPRING.PUMP MOTOR FJ-540 PLATE. TUBE. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 7576340000 1000002794 1000000529 22355801 21925137 12159589 22335146 21365121 22025671 Parts Name SC-500 PUMP ASS'Y FOR SOL INK ASSY.TUBING SJ-540 PLATE.S10-1050 CAP.CAP CASE FJ-540 MOTOR.SHUTTER TABLE 2 FJ-540 PLATE.3 GUIDE.PUMP MOTOR 2 FJ-540 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * BASE. SCREW SET.S34S4. NUT.SIDE FRAME FJ-540 HOLDER.FRONT CAP FJ-540 FRAME.ZV21472 and below) (SJ-645EX:S/No.BINDING M3*8 BC 100 PCS.NUT SP-300 PLATE. 30 22155956 31 22155957 32 22165178 33 22175334 34 22175332 35 22175326 36 22175324 37 22715364 38 22135436 39 22325444 40 22325452 41 21965150 42 22805477 43 23415278 Parts Name SHAFT.TABLE MOTOR FJ-540 10 22565406 11 22115876 12 22115875 13 22115896 14 22115895 15 21685122 16 21685120 17 22135616 18 22135614 19 21655264 20 21645105 21 22435106 22 21575126 23 21545161 24 22055602 25 22055540 26 22055579 27 22055541 28 11889107 29 15229506 Revised 6 PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.CAP-TOP XC-540 BASE.D10S6(B3FL) SENSOR INTERRUPTER. CUPSCREW SET.SPIRAL SPP-08L L=320MM *Revised 8: Refer to Service Information SJ745EX-011.CAP-CASE 3 FJ-540 ASS'Y. SCREW SET.TUBE 16FAI FJ-540 SUPPORT.1-9 PUMP SYSTEM (SJ-745EX:S/No.E-RING ETW-4 100 PCS.LOCKING EDGE LES-1010 SADDLE. SADDLE.166P2M4-530 BUSH. SCREW SET.BINDING M3*6 BC 100 PCS.TABLE SPRING FJ-540 CASE.BACK UP FJ-540 FRAME.SIDE CAP 2 FJ-540 GEAR. M3*8 NI 100 PCS.S10S20 GEAR. S1 31029105 S2 31289112AS S3 31289105AS S4 31289108AS S5 31109601 S6 31149703AS S7 31409702 S8 31409801AS S9 31199701AS S10 31019116AS S11 31019117AS S12 31258122 S13 31258119 1-14 Parts Name BUSH.GUIDE TABLE FJ-540 SHAFT.ZV20961 and below) 9 18 21 S3 38 30 10 27 Revised 8 2 33 13 S3 14 S3 28 36 S3 S7 S10 S5 17 42 S10 8 S5 S8 S3 S3 S2 29 4 S3 43 S3 1 Revised 6 S11 11 17 S10 22 S11 S8 31 34 7 7 35 35 19 19 S1 S8 41 S3 S3 S8 S3 12 S3 32 16 S9 S3 20 S13 40 25 15 S1 S12 26 37 6 S3 34 6 S3 6 S3 6 34 S8 21 S6 24 34 39 S3 28 10 S3 5 S8 S3 3 18 14 23 SJ-745EX SJ-645EX S4 SJ-745EX SJ-645EX PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. .4*30MM CABLE-ASSY.MAIN CAP 2 FJ-540 FRAME.SET WP M3*3 C 20 PCS.103-593-1041 NUT.SQUARE M3 FE C RING SET. M3*6 BC 100 PCS.TABLE FJ-540 PAD.SCREW M8 FJ-540 SPACER.6FAI FJ-50 SPRING.CAP HEAD FJ-540 SPRING.CAP CASE FJ-540 GUIDE.LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z 20PCS.VINYL 12*16(10M) L=400MM TUBE.TABLE MOTOR FJ-540 STAY.NUT SP-300 STOPPER.TUBE FR 16FAI FJ-540 TABLE.NB-8 CUPSCREW SET.M3*10 NI 100 PCS.TUBING 1.TABLE FJ-540 SPRING.

*Revised 5: Refer to Service Information SJ745EX-008.ZV21473 and above) (SJ-645EX:S/No.ZV20962 and above 43 7 35 35 S8 52 S15 19 19 S1 41 S1 52 3 47 S8 S3 20 S3 S14 S8 S13 S8 12 S3 Revised 5 S12 S14 40 .21 S3 10 49 46 50 45 48 50 27 9 30 2 36 33 S3 14 28 S3 13 S3 S7 S14 18 38 51 50 44 1-9 PUMP SYSTEM 49 Revised 8 S10 S10 S8 S3 S2 29 S3 4 8 S5 42 S9 21 23 S11 S14 15 (SJ-745EX:S/No.ZV21472 and below SJ-645EX:S/No. 17 S10 S8 31 34 S3 6 37 S3 6 S6 34 26 5 6 S3 10 S3 Revised 6 SJ-745EX:S/No.ZV20961 and below (using Pump Kit) 11 22 14 S11 18 S14 1-15 7 34 6 34 28 24 S3 S3 S15 S14 S7 SJ-745EX:S/No.ZV20962 and above) S5 17 *Revised 8: Refer to Service Information SJ745EX-011.ZV21473 and above SJ-645EX:S/No.

BINDING M3*6 BC 100 PCS. SADDLE.S10S20 GUIDE.1-9 PUMP SYSTEM (SJ-745EX:S/No.SIDE CAP 2 FJ-540 GEAR. SCREW SET.SPIRAL SPP-08L L=320MM CUPSCREW SET.PUMP PRO2 SJ-540 FITTING.ZV20961 and below * * Revised 6 10 22565406 11 22115876 12 22115875 13 22115896 14 22115895 15 21685122 17 22135616 18 22135614 19 21655264 20 21645105 21 22435106 22 21575126 23 21545161 24 22055602 26 22055579 27 22055541 28 11889107 29 15229506 30 22155956 31 22155957 33 22175334 34 22175332 35 22175326 36 22175324 37 22715364 38 22135436 40 22325452 41 21965150 42 22805477 43 1000002100 44 1000002095 45 1000001585 46 1000002019 47 1000002108 48 1000002120 49 1000002121 50 1000002123 51 6700319010 PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. Revised 8 Revised 7 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.CAP-CASE 3 FJ-540 ASS'Y.GP1A05A5 SHAFT.P-MOTOR XC-540 STOPPER.SHUTTER TABLE 2 FJ-540 PLATE. SADDLE.TABLE SPRING FJ-540 CASE.ZV21473 and above) (SJ-645EX:S/No.TABLE FJ-540 SPRING.TABLE MOTOR FJ-540 R-BEARING. S1 31029105 S2 31289112AS S3 31289105AS S5 31109601 S6 31149703AS S7 31409702 S8 31409801AS S9 31199701AS S10 31019116AS S11 31019117AS S12 31258122 S13 31258119 S14 31289109AS S15 31409811 Parts Name BUSH.CAP TOP FJ-540 COVER.NB-8 CUPSCREW SET. SCREW SET.SET WP M3*3 C 20 PCS.LOCKING WIRE LWS-0711Z 20PCS.VINYL 12*16(10M) L=400MM TUBE.BOTTOM 2 FJ-540 BASE.CAP HEAD FJ-540 SPRING.LOCKING WIRE LWS-1211Z 20PCS Revised 5 *Revised 5: Refer to Service Information SJ745EX-008.NUT SP-300 PLATE.PUMP MOTOR 2 FJ-540 SJ-745EX:S/No. SCREW SET.NUT SP-300 STOPPER.EPDM ID2-OD4 50MM ASSY.CAP CASE FJ-540 DRIVE PULLEY FRAME.4*30MM BASE.TABLE FJ-540 PAD.SCREW M8 FJ-540 SPRING.SIDE FRAME FJ-540 HOLDER.M3*4 NI 100 PCS. NUT.EPDM ID2-OD4 150MM TUBE.ZV20962 and above) SJ-745EX SJ-645EX SJ-745EX SJ-645EX Parts No. *Revised 8: Refer to Service Information SJ745EX-011.FRONT CAP FJ-540 FRAME.EPDM ID2-OD4 200MM TUBE.PLATE BUSH FJ-540 SPRING.PUMP EXTENSION SJ-540 TUBE.D10S6(B3FL) SENSOR INTERRUPTER.GUIDE TABLE FJ-540 SHAFT.CAP-TOP XC-540 BASE. TUBE.BACK UP FJ-540 FRAME.M3*10 NI 100 PCS. M3*6 BC 100 PCS.CAP CASE FJ-540 GUIDE.ZV21473 and above SJ-645EX:S/No. Revised 5 1-16 .BINDING M3*8 BC 100 PCS.103-593-1041 NUT.PUMP SUB XC-540 Parts Name CABLE-ASSY.PUMP MOTOR 3 FJ-540 1000002458 52 23415278 SJ-745EX:S/No.MAIN CAP 2 FJ-540 FRAME.ZV20962 and above * * CABLE-ASSY.PUMP XC-540 CABLE-ASSY.CAP CASE FJ-540 MOTOR. CUPSCREW SET.TUBE PP VFY206 PLATE.TABLE MOTOR FJ-540 BELT.GUIDE SHAFT FJ-540 SUPPORT.LOCKING EDGE LES-1010 SADDLE.SQUARE M3 FE C RING SET. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1000002794 1000000529 22355801 21925137 12159589 22335146 21365121 22025671 Parts Name ASSY.TUBING SJ-540 PLATE.TUBE FR 16FAI FJ-540 TABLE.ZV21472 and below SJ-645EX:S/No.E-RING ETW-4 100 PCS.166P2M4-530 BUSH.TABLE MOTOR FJ-540 STAY.S10-1050 CAP.TUBING 1.TABLE SPRING SP-300 HOOK.

LOCKING WIRE LWS-1211Z SCREW.USE ONLY SOL INK #LA387 LABEL.HTR WIRE SJ-745EX COVER. CUPSCREW SET.SET INK SJ-745EX #LA748 LABEL. SADDLE. CUPSCREW SET.SCREW 2FAI FJ-50 ASS'Y.TUBING 2*100MM FJ-540 CABLE-CARD 6P1 255L BB COVER.BINDING M4*8 NI+ETX.INK CMCM SJ-745EX PLATE.PRESS CARTRIDGE SP-300 STAND. Parts Name CLAMP SET. M4*8 BC 100 PCS.M3*4 NI 100 PCS.I/C SC-500 HOLDER.TW SCREW.M3*10 NI 100 PCS.RING O 2FAI FJ-50 INKTANK BOARD ASS'Y LABEL. CUPSCREW SET.INK JOINT FJ-540 SPRING.INK CARTRIDGE SJ-745EX STAY.STAND I/C FJ-540 TUBE.INK CARTRIDGE HOLDER SP-300 PLATE.1-10 INK SYSTEM 3 S2 S4 10 11 S1 8 S2 S7 9 14 7 2 S2 6 5 S2 S3 S4 1 7 S6 2 1 15 18 12 13 S2 S6 4 S4 S5 S6 16 S4 S4 17 17 S4 SJ-745EX SJ-645EX PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11909133 22805479 23475201 22045384 22025984 11659218 11659149 W811502110 22535521 Parts Name ADAPTER.INSULOK T-18S 100 PCS.I/C FJ-540 HOLDER.BINDING S-TIGHT M3*6 C S1 31329601AS S2 31289112AS S3 31289109AS S4 31289110AS S5 31409811 S6 31019161 S7 31019801 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 10 22535328 11 22535330 12 22055594 13 22055699 14 22055567 15 22625103 16 22035195 17 22715317 18 21435109 1-17 .SILICONE 3*5*8 PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.WARNING SOL INK #LA396 PLATE.

BINDING P-TIGHT 3*8 BC SCREW.AL SJ-640 ASS'Y BASE.BOSS H14MM S3MM N3MM SPACER.BASE AL SJ-740 SCREW. CUPSCREW SET. CABLE-ASSY SW JUNCTION74 SJ-740 CABLE-ASSY WIPER MOTOR 2 FJ-540 FAN JUNCTION BOARD ASSY FRAME.BED UPPER FJ-540 SUPPORT.TUBE FF2 16FAI FJ-540 SUPPORT.ARM FJ-540 MOTSENS JUNCTION BOARD ASSY NUT.SIDE R SJ-745EX HOLDER. NUT.1-11 BASE FRAME S7 15 S5 S3 S4 S8 S4 14 S6 11 9 S10 S9 3 8 4 7 2 5 1 S2 16 11 S9 13 S1 12 10 17 PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.M3*4 NI 100 PCS.PCB SUPPORT PCB-8L 10 22195155 11 21655257 12 W811904220 13 21575109 14 22165213 15 22165212 16 22325451 17 22785104 22325445 1-18 . * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * S1 31289109AS S2 31289110AS S3 31109802 S4 31409702 S5 31019703 S6 31049117 S7 31049174AS S8 31069104 S9 31049157 S10 31369101 Parts Name CUPSCREW SET.HEXAGON M4 C SADDLE.LOCKING EDGE LES-1010 SCREW.BED LOWER FJ-540 SPACER.CAP M6*20 BC+PW+SW SPACER.AL SJ-740 CABLE-ASSY 3-COVER SW FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY CAP MOTOR 2 FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY CAP SENS FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY FAN MOTOR FJ-540 SJ-745EX SJ-645EX PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.CAP M4*12 BC+PW 4*9*0.CAP M4*6+FL C SCREW. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 22845116 22805475 23505997 23415279 23505856 23505850 23505835 23415280 W811904270 Parts Name BASE. M4*8 BC 100 PCS.CAP M4*15 NI 20 PCS.BASE AL SJ-640 SUPPORT.8 REVISED2 SCREW SET.

STOPPER RAIL SJ-740 BASE. S2 31279201 S3 31119701 S4 31049123 S5 31049157 S6 31049156 7843400400 ASS'Y.GUIDE 2 PNS-70 16 11369122 17 12329505 18 ST-037 19 21995106 20 12139657 21 22565682 22 21655254 GUIDE.MEDIA SUPPORT SJ-740 PIPE.USE EN SJ-745EX(ENGLISH) MANUAL.BOTTLE INK FJ-540 STAND.CARTON SJ-745EX #LA752 MANUAL.CARTON SJ-645EX #LA753 LABEL.CAP M6*20 BC+PW+SW SCREW.PLAIN 8*18*1.6 C 100PCS. 7811700300 CARTON.1-12 ACCESSORIES & STAND 29 9 15 S7 S9 S3 24 17 30 S7 S6 S5 21 27 S2 32 4 18 19 13 28 20 31 S1 16 240VE 117V 230V S1 23 22 S1 12 2 240V 3 230VC 6 7 25 5 8 14 11 10 26 1 S4 PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No. S9 31249310 WASHER.STAND SJ-740 ASS'Y.FUNNEL FJ-540 S7 31249220AS WASHER SET.BASE FJ-540 STOPPER. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11879122 13499111 13499109 23495214 23495124 23495125 13499209 22145219 Parts Name ABSORBER.SET SJ-640 REVISED1 S1 31289105AS CUPSCREW SET. S8 31249221AS WASHER SET.TOOL D9*L150 FJ-540 PLATE.INK FUNNEL PE 6-316-03 HEXAGONAL WRENCH 5 HOLDER.REPACKAGE #LA16 PIN.HEAD ASP FJ-50 Parts Name LABEL.BOTTLE INK FJ-540 #LA501 LABEL.CAP M6*8 BC+FL * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 23 22535393 24 25 26 22535526 22535525 26015502 26015527 22155139 22155137 AC-CORD 3ASL/100 240VA 10A SAA AC-CORD H05VV 230V 10A S ADAPTER PLUG (100V) ARM. * * * * * * * * REVISED1 REVISED1 Parts Name LABEL.PLAIN 6.STOPPER CARRIAGE FJ-540 BLADE.DRAIN TUBE FJ-540 TWEEZERS PTS-01 WIPER. M3*6 BC 100 PCS.STAND SJ-640 7811700400 ASS'Y.K-16 AC CORD H05VV-F 240VE 10A S AC CORD SJT 117V 10A 3PVC AC CORD VCTF 100V 7A 3P-S SJ-745EX SJ-645EX SJ-745EX SJ-645EX Parts No.SET SJ-740 CASE.PE BOTTLE 1-4638-03 CASTER.5*16*1 BC 100PCS.MEDIA SUPPORT SJ-640 PIPE.SP M8 C 1-19 .BASE AL FJ-540 27 22155133 28 22055569 29 22035194 30 22135446 31 12569656 32 11379105 Parts No.CAP M6*20 BC SCREW.BWS-50BN CLEAN STICK TX712A FLANGE.SNAP M14 SUS SCREW.BOTTLE INK FJ-540 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 10 22805480 11 22805481 12 22355817 13 11849102 14 13439801 15 22605466 ASS'Y.OLFA AUTO CUTTER XB10 CABLE-AC 3P CHINA 10A/250V S CARTON.USE JP SJ-745EX(JAPANESE) PIPE.

SCREW SET.5C12) TUC-60/70 HOLDER.S24S6(B6.CAP DIPPING VCP-3 BK 50 PCS.TUC-1 FLANGE. 1 22805225 2 22805229 3 22805226 4 22805485 5 21985112 6 23505370 7 23505371 8 23505372 9 23505373 10 13369134 11 22025669 12 21995107 13 21685115 14 21655244 15 7599609000 16 13129170 17 22295148 18 22295149 19 13119310 20 13119311 Parts Name ASS'Y.M4TAP TUC-60/70 SHAFT.SET WP M3*3 C 20 PCS. SCREW. S1 31049159 S2 31109501 S3 31119701 S4 31149502 S5 31019135AS S6 31019129 S7 31019151 S8 31049120AS S9 31199701AS S10 31239101 S11 31239107AS S12 31049136AS Parts Name SCREW SET.MOTOR TUC-60/70 ASS'Y. SCREW SET.FRAME R TUC-1 BRACKET.WELL-NUT B-832 PIN. Revised 7 NUT.BINDING M5*10 BC SCREW SET. W-SEMS M3*6 3CBC 100PCS SCREW SET.GEAR S80S60 TUC-60/70 ASS'Y. SCREW SET.EXTERNAL C STW-14 SUS SCREW SET. SCRWE SET.BINDING M4*15 NI 100 PCS.TUC-60/70 CABLE-ASSY 3P FBSW TUC-60/70 CABLE-ASSY 3P MODESW TUC-60/70 CABLE-ASSY 4P POWER TUC-60/70 CABLE-ASSY DIN TUC-60/70 CONNECTOR TCS-2230-01-1101 COVER.SNAP M14 SUS RING.CAP M4*6 BC 20 PCS.CAP M4*20 BC 20 PCS.ADAPTER TUC-1 MAIN BOARD ASS'Y TUC-1 POWER SW AJ7201B SHAFT.M-2013J-G SW. Revised 7 Revised 7 1-20 .M-2018J-G PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.1-13 TUC-1 CONTROLLER PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.BIND M3*6 NI 100 PCS.W-SEMS M4*10 BC 50 PCS.COVER GEAR TUC-60/70 ASS'Y.MOTOR TUC-60/70 GEAR.SUPPORT TUC-60/70 SW.

S1 31279149 S2 31119701 S3 31149503 S4 31019116AS S5 31049112 S6 31179902AS S7 31239107AS S8 31239101 S9 31239104 Parts Name LABEL DO NOT KICK PIN. SCREW.MIRROR TUC-60/70 ASS'Y.SENSOR TUC-60/70 BRACKET.MIRROR TUC-60/70 STAY.L TUC-60/70 HOLDER.1 TUC-60/70 SLIDER. W-SEMS M3*6 3CBC 100PCS SCREW.GUIDE TUC-60/70 STAY.SCREW TUC-60/70 ASS'Y.1-14 TUC-1 OTHERS PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.W-SEMS M3*15 BC Revised 7 10 22185103 11 22185102 12 22715134 13 22715131 14 22715132 15 22135337 1-21 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 22805231 22805227 22805230 22805228 21985113 22115714 21655139 21545125 22295147 Parts Name ASS'Y.SLIDER TUC-60/70 PAD.BINDING M3*6 BC 100 PCS.W-SEMS M4*10 BC 50 PCS.STAY TUC-60/70 SHAFT.CAP M4*10 BC SCREW SET.SENSOR UP TUC-60/70 STOPPER.ARM TUC-60/70 ASS'Y.UREA M3*6 N-1 BK 20 PCS.TUC-60/70 SLIDER.SENSOR LOW TUC-60/70 STAY. SCREW SET.SNAP M14 SUS RING. SCREW SET.SENSOR TUC-60/70 FRAME.MIRROR TUC-60/70 PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No.C CTW-14 SUS SCREW SET.

Parts No. Parts Name ASS'Y.2P 240VE 2.TAKE UP TU-750 GUIDE.2P 117V 2.AC-ADP.AC-ADP.5M TW CABLE-AC GB-6A 250V(230VC) Revised 6 PARTS LIST -Supplemental PartsParts No. 1 23495214 2 13499109 3 23495124 4 13499111 5 23495125 6 13439801 7 13499209 8 22605275 9 21995106 10 26015383 11 22425111 12 21935130 13 21935131 Parts Name AC CORD VCTF 100V 7A 3P-S AC CORD SJT 117V 10A 3PVC AC CORD 3ASL/100 240VA 10A SAA AC CORD H05VV-F 240VE 10A S AC CORD H05VV 230V 10A S CABLE-AC 3P CHINA 10A/250V S ADAPTER PLUG (100V) CARTON. USE JP/EN TUC-1 POWER UNIT.SLIDER ADJUST TU-550 CARTON. S1 31379103 S2 31469101 S3 31049147 S4 31049120 S5 31049148 Parts Name CLAMP.2P 230V 2. 18.5 BC 100PCS. 1 22185426 22185400 22155128 22155134 22135596 22135619 Parts Name RAIL.HEXAGON 6 ZN POWER UNIT.5M TW CABLE-AC.2P 240VA 2.20 Revised 8 14 *Revised 6: Refer to the Service Information TUC1-001.TUC-60/70 FLANGE.K-106 SCREW.SET TU-750 PIPE.17. * * * * * PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.19.5M TW CABLE-AC.PLAIN 4*8*0.2P 100V 2.FLAT CABLE FCN-3010 CODE-KEEP.MEDIA TU-650 GUIDE.SLIDER TU-650 RAIL.HEXAGON 3 ZN TOOL. WASHER SET. PARTS LIST -Main PartsParts No.5M TW CABLE-AC.1-15 TUC-1 ACCESSORIES Revised 6 15.GUIDE 2 PNS-70 MANUAL.SCREW TUC-60/70 * * * * * * 1-22 * * * * * * 7 8 9 22805406 22605344 7813802000 22155136 Parts No.TAKE UP TU-650 PIPE.DCP-A01 Revised 8 *Revised 8: Refer to the Service Information TUC1-002.SET TU-650 CARTON.CAP M4*6 BC CAP-SCREW. S1 31119702 S2 31049105AS S3 31249209AS 2 12339121 3 4 PARTS LIST -Supplemental Parts- 5 22325428 6 22805230 .CAP M3*6 BC 20 PCS.16.DCP-801 TOOL.MEDIA TU-550 ASS'Y. 15 23495118 16 23495119 17 23495123 18 23495122 19 23495120 20 13499220 Parts Name CABLE-AC.MEDIA SUPPORT TU-750 Parts Name PIN SNAP M16 SCREW SET.5M TW CABLE-AC.MEDIA TU-750 SUPPORT.8*10 NI Revised 7 14 1000003501 1-16 TU-750/650 8 6 7 5 3 9 4 S1 S3 S2 1 2 SJ-745EX SJ-645EX SJ-745EX SJ-645EX Parts No.SLIDER TU-750 CAP.CAP M4*40 BC SCREW.50*30 PIPE.

2 Electrical Section 2-1 WIRING MAP 2 Revised 6 2-1 .

SJ-645/745EX WIRING MAP 2 CABLE LIST Parts No.ZV20961 and below Revised 6 20 1000002458 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29-1 *1 29-2 30 31 *1 23505833 23505997 23505842 23505843 23505852 23505851 23415281 23415282 23415276 23415266 23505853 CABLE-ASSY.ZV20962 and above * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * CABLE-ASSY FRONT-COVER SW FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY 3-COVER SW FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY PAPER-SENS FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY PRI-CAR SENS FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY LINEAR-ENCODER FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY HEAD U/D SENS FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY ACJ-SW 5EX CABLE-ASSY HUJ-SW 5EX CABLE-ASSY 5EX POWER HU CABLE-ASSY ESD SJ-1000 CABLE-ASSY P-SIDE SENS FJ-540 Only for SJ-645/745EX 100V-117V 2-2 . 1 23505462 2 23505463 3 23415288 4 23415277 5 23505840 6 23505841 7 23505999 23505847 8 23505846 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 23415275 23505845 23505850 23505849 23505848 23505836 23505835 23505834 23415287 23505996 23415280 23505856 23415279 23415278 Parts Name 645EX 745EX CABLE-ASSY AC NEUTRAL BLUE FJ-50 * * CABLE-ASSY AC LIVE BROWN FJ-50 * * CABLE-ASSY AC GROUND GREEN 5EX * * CABLE-ASSY 5EX POWER AC * * CABLE-ASSY POWER HEAD FJ-540 * * CABLE-ASSY POWER SERVO FJ-540 * * CABLE-ASSY HEAD BOARD FAN FJ-540 * * CABLE-ASSY FEED-MOTOR54 FJ-540 100-117V CABLE-ASSY FEED-MOTOR74 SJ-740 100-117V CABLE-ASSY FEED-MOTOR74 SJ-740 220-240V * * CABLE-ASSY 5EX POWER SUPPLY * * CABLE-ASSY SCAN-MOTOR FJ-540 * * CABLE-ASSY FAN-MOTOR FJ-540 * CABLE-ASSY G-ENCODER54 FJ-540 CABLE-ASSY G-ENCODER74 SJ-740 100-117V CABLE-ASSY G-ENCODER74 SJ-740 220-240V * * CABLE-ASSY SW JUNCTION54 SJ-540 CABLE-ASSY SW JUNCTION74 SJ-740 100-117V CABLE-ASSY SW JUNCTION74 SJ-740 220-240V * * CABLE-ASSY MAINT-COVER SW FJ-540 * * CABLE-ASSY 5EX HU SIGNAL * * CABLE-ASSY WIPER SENS FJ-540 * * CABLE-ASSY WIPER MOTOR 2 FJ-540 * * CABLE-ASSY CAP SENS FJ-540 * * CABLE-ASSY CAP MOTOR 2 FJ-540 * * CABLE-ASSY PUMP MOTOR 2 FJ-540 SJ-745EX:S/No.ZV21473 and above SJ-645EX:S/No.ZV21472 and below * * SJ-645EX:S/No.PUMP MOTOR 3 FJ-540 SJ-745EX:S/No.

2 2-3 .

2-2 MAIN BOARD Arrangement Diagram_ Component Side It indicates the version of the Main Board. DIP SW bit 1 bit 2 bit 3 bit 4 bit 5 bit 6 bit 7 bit 8 Model Selection SC-545EX SJ-645/745EX ON ON ON Reserved Always OFF ON ON Always OFF 2 2-4 .

1u TP15 Cmd_ StoM RXD2 10K RRXD RRXD2 R96 10K STATUS0 STATUS1 1 19 E1 E2 74LVC541 VCC3 PC65 VCC3 PC30 CE0..666MHz PC4 CE1u VCC3 PC5 CE1u RA32 RA33 RA34 RA35 RA36 RA37 RA38 RA39 RA40 RA41 RA42 RA43 EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J DD[ 0.25] TXD2 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 R73 RA2 EXBA10E103J EXBA10E103J EXBA10E103J EXBA10E103J RA3 RA4 RA5 VCC3 VCC3 10K T5 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 T4 D61 D63 D50 D49 D51 D62 D60 D48 D57 D53 D55 D58 D56 D59 D54 D52 D19 D31 D28 D16 D18 D30 D29 D17 10k VCC3 R111 3 2 1 JP3 VCC3 RA[ 0.5 CE9p FA365 16.2K PC3 CE1u R9 RRXD R55 33 DQM7 DQM6 DQM3 DQM2 / WR / RD / RAS / CS2 / CS3 VCC 33 DQM6 DQM3 DQM2 / WR / RD / RAS / CS2 / CS3 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 VCC3 1 DQM7 R56 R57 R58 R59 R60 R61 R62 T15 RA7 T16 R63 D22 D24 D23 10K VCC3 T9 / Cmd_ HS_ MtoS R17 10K Cmd_ MtoS 6 RA6 R86 10K 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 R10 10K CE1u EXBA10E103J Main Board _ 1/7 Circuit Diagram 1 5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 A25 A24 A23 A22 A21 A20 A19 A18 A18 A19 CN12 A20 A21 A22 A23 T13 T14 T11 T8 T10 A24 A25 MA25 MD0 MD1 MD2 MD3 MD4 MD5 MD6 MD7 MA1 MA2 MA3 MA4 MA5 MA6 MA7 MA8 MA9 R18 10K IC16 A2 A3 R75 R76 R20 6 16 1 R54 R97 10k 33 9 8 R98 10k FBK REF S1 S2 IC46 T104 CLK120 A1 EXBA10E103J 2.1u VCC3 R93 1K TP2 5 74LVC14 VCC3 R94 1K IC20C 6 9 74LVC14 IC20D 8 TP3 / RESET VCC3 PC66 CE0.5 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 / MRD / MWE0 / RESET 14 26 28 11 12 WP/ ACC CE OE WE RP R131 R132 R133 R40 R41 R42 R43 R44 R45 R46 R47 R48 R49 R50 R51 R52 R53 R134 R135 R136 R137 R138 R139 R140 R141 R142 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 CE1u R74 2.2K R19 A4 A5 A6 10K A0 A0 MD8 MD9 MD10 MD11 MD12 MD13 MD14 MD15 HD6417297BP267 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 R99 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 PS-40PE-D4T1-PN1 33 CLK120_ 1 CLK120_ 1 R100 R101 33 33 CLK120_ 2 CLK60_ 1 CLK120_ 2 CLK60_ 1 R102 33 CLK60_ 2 CLK60_ 2 MA10 MA11 MA12 MA13 MA14 MA15 MA16 MA17 MA18 VCC3 10K A1 T12 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 R21 A7 A8 A9 RA8 1 VCC3 10K + C22 10u/ 16V A15 A16 A17 R114 R65 R66 R67 R68 R64 R115 A13 A14 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 A17 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 EXBA10E103J C11 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 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 R22 33 33 33 33 33 33 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 D63 D48 D62 D49 D61 D50 D60 D51 D59 D52 D58 D53 D57 D54 D56 D55 D25 D24 D22 D23 D31 D16 D30 D17 D27 D20 D26 D21 D35 D47 D44 D32 D34 D46 D45 D33 D39 D43 D40 D36 D38 D42 D41 D37 D3 D1 D12 D14 D2 D0 D13 D15 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 R122 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 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 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 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 R117 CS4 R118 CS5 R119 CS6 R120 R121 EXBA10E103J RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 EXBA10E103J EXBA10E103J EXBA10E103J / / / / / / / RD2 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 6 1 6 1 6 1 6 VCC3 1 DD33 DD46 DD32 DD47 DD35 DD44 DD34 DD45 DD37 DD42 DD36 DD43 DD39 DD40 DD38 DD41 DD1 DD14 DD0 DD15 DD3 DD12 DD2 DD13 DD5 DD10 DD4 DD11 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 DD27 DD20 DD26 DD21 / RESET / CS0 / CS1 / CS4 / CS5 / CS6 / RD2 DD29 DD18 DD28 DD19 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 D29 D18 D28 D19 10K T197 T17 T198 PC6 CE1u D8 D7 2-5 A10 A11 A12 6 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 / WE0 DQM0 DQM1 DQM4 DQM5 CKE / WE1 / WE0 DQM0 DQM1 DQM4 DQM5 CKE / WE1 VCC3 R23 T21 10K RA19 RA20 RA21 RA22 EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J EXBV8V330J T222 VCC3 T224 T225 CLKA1 CLKA2 CLKA3 CLKA4 2 3 14 15 VCC3 R24 CY2308-2 IC8 VCC3 PC64 CE0..2K 2.1u R82 STATUS0 STATUS1 10 + C21 10u/ 16V T223 T18 T19 T20 / RESET CLBA1 CLKB2 CLKB3 CLKB4 6 7 10 11 R83 10 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 R84 10 + C23 10u/ 16V C10 R85 0 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 W E2/ 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 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 Y1 VCC1.15] IC63 MA[ 0.5 D23 D24 D22 D26 D25 D20 D21 D27 R12 10K R13 VCC3 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 6 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 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 GND GND VCC3 15 47 37 MBM29LV160B-90PFTN( HY29LV320) PC29 CE0.1u 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 VCC3 PC2 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 T1 T2 T3 PC1 VCC3 VCC1.VCC3 MD[ 0.5 / Cmd_ HS_ StoM CE1u R116 CE1u PC9 R95 10K / / / / CE1u IRL3 IRL2 IRL1 IRL0 RRXD2 / WR2 33 VCC1.1u CE0..25] R15 10K 27 46 JP1 0 / WR2 PC7 PC10 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 D63 D48 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 PC8 CE1u PC11 / CS0 CE1u PC12 CE1u R14 T6 D25 10K T7 VCC3 VCC1..63] 2 .1u 2 3 IC21 VDD GND RN5VD29A OUT Cd 1 5 C1 CE0.

25] PC34 PC36 CE0.1u MA0 MA1 MA0 TP4 6 12 28 41 46 52 54 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 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 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 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 1 3 9 14 27 43 49 uPD45128163G5-A75-9JF PC40 CE0.1u CE0.2 VCC3 VCC3 DD[ 0.17] DD2 DD3 MD2 MD3 DD4 DD5 MD4 MD5 DD6 DD7 DD8 DD9 MD6 MD7 MD8 MD9 DD10 DD11 RA15 RA16 21 20 BA1 BA0 BA1 BA0 BA1 BA0 BA1 BA0 21 20 21 20 21 20 RA15 RA16 RA15 RA16 RA15 RA16 MD10 MD11 RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 RA13 RA14 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/ AP A11 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/ AP A11 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/ AP A11 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10/ AP A11 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 RA13 RA14 RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 RA13 RA14 RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 RA13 RA14 DD12 DD13 MD12 MD13 DD14 DD15 18 17 16 19 39 15 RAS CAS WE CS UDQM LDQM CKE CLK VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 37 38 CKE CLK CKE CLK 37 38 37 38 CKE CLK RAS CAS WE CS UDQM LDQM RAS CAS WE CS UDQM LDQM RAS CAS WE CS UDQM LDQM 37 38 18 17 16 19 39 15 18 17 16 19 39 15 18 17 16 19 39 15 / 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 DD48 DD49 DD50 DD51 DD52 DD53 DD54 DD55 DD56 DD57 DD58 DD59 DD60 DD61 DD62 DD63 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 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 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 MD14 MD15 / CS0 SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL / RAS / RD / WR / CS2 DQM7 DQM6 VCC3 VCC3 PC33 PC35 CKE CLK120_ 1 VCC3 CE0...15] CE0...1u RA[ 0..1u CE0.63] PC31 PC32 MD[ 0.1u PC42 RA15 R151 R149 RA16 R152 R150 RA17 R153 NON 0 NON 0 NON VCC3 VCC3 MA[ 0.25] IC61 RA0 RA1 PC37 uPD45128163G5-A75-9JF 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 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 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 SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL DQM5 DQM4 DQM1 DQM0 .63] DD0 DD1 IC51 IC52 IC53 IC54 MD0 MD1 RA[ 3.1u IC7 RA16 RA17 R236 0 MA16 MA17 RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 RA13 RA14 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 RA18 RA19 MA18 MA19 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 RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 RA13 RA14 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 DD48 DD49 DD50 DD51 DD52 DD53 DD54 DD55 DD56 DD57 DD58 DD59 DD60 DD61 DD62 DD63 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 DD32 DD33 DD34 DD35 DD36 DD37 DD38 DD39 DD40 DD41 DD42 DD43 DD44 DD45 DD46 DD47 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 36 21 20 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 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 DD16 DD17 DD18 DD19 DD20 DD21 DD22 DD23 DD24 DD25 DD26 DD27 DD28 DD29 DD30 DD31 RA3 RA4 RA5 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 RA10 RA11 RA12 RA13 RA14 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 22 35 36 21 20 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 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 13 42 44 45 47 48 50 51 53 DD0 DD1 DD2 DD3 DD4 DD5 DD6 DD7 DD8 DD9 DD10 DD11 DD12 DD13 DD14 DD15 RA20 RA21 MA20 MA21 / CS3 18 17 16 19 39 15 37 38 RAS CAS WE CS UDQM LDQM CKE CLK 18 17 16 19 39 15 VCC3 37 38 RAS CAS WE CS UDQM LDQM CKE CLK MA22 MA23 MA24 MA25 CLK120_ 2 VCC3 / RD / WE0 / MRD / MWE0 / WR / CS1 TP14 TP1 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 uPD45128163G5-A75-9JF CE0.1u CE0.1u PC43 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 uPD45128163G5-A75-9JF PC44 CE0.1u PC38 uPD45128163G5-A75-9JF PC39 uPD45128163G5-A75-9JF CE0.1u IC60 DD[ 0.1u PC41 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND 1 3 9 14 27 43 49 6 12 28 41 46 52 54 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 1 3 9 14 27 43 49 uPD45128163G5-A75-9JF CE0.1u RA2 RA3 MA2 MA3 MA19 TP5 Main Board _ 2/7 Circuit Diagram RA4 RA5 MA4 MA5 MA20 TP6 MA21 TP7 RA6 RA7 RA8 RA9 MA6 MA7 MA8 MA9 MA22 TP8 DQM3 DQM2 MA23 TP9 RA10 RA11 MA10 MA11 MA24 TP10 RA12 RA13 IC55 IC56 IC57 MA12 MA13 IC58 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 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 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 SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL TP12 RA22 RA23 RA24 RA25 37 38 CKE CLK VCC3 CKE CLK 37 38 TP13 2-6 18 17 16 19 39 15 RAS CAS WE CS UDQM LDQM VCC3 RAS CAS WE CS UDQM LDQM 18 17 16 19 39 15 6 12 28 41 46 52 54 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND uPD45128163G5-A75-9JF CE0.1u CE0.

.82V VCC3 D7 PC71 CE0..1u 2 IC62 VCC3 R108 1K IC20A 1 1 2 3 IC20B 4 1 2 IC19 1SS355 PQ070XZ 1HZ VIN VO VADJ 3 4 R92 120 1% R110 120 1% R90 1K 1% C12 + 100u/ 25V C16 CE0.1u TP26 IC14 VCC1.01u 74LVC14 74LVC14 GND ND0 ND1 ND2 ND3 ND4 ND5 ND6 ND7 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 5 RA26 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 5 EXBA10E332J 10 9 8 7 6 8 7 6 5 2-7 VCC RA25 1 2 3 4 5 VCC CN9 10 9 8 7 6 PC70 8 7 6 5 8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4 INIT_ NET SELECTIN_ NET AUTOFD_ NET STB_ NET 19 1 E DIR CE0.7] 1 2 3 4 5 10 9 8 7 6 TP17 TP18 TP19 TP20 B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 E DIR 19 1 VCC3 R16 10K / GATE / WR2 RA15 EXBV8V330J( NON) 1 8 1 8 2 7 2 7 3 6 3 6 4 5 4 5 VCC3 PC69 CE0.25( 1+ 120/ 270) + 120( 120E-6) = 1.1u 74LVC245 RA16 EXBV8V330J( NON) 1 8 1 8 2 7 2 7 3 6 3 6 4 5 4 5 CD0 CD1 CD2 CD3 CD4 CD5 CD6 CD7 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 TP16 DD7 DD6 DD5 DD4 DD3 DD2 DD1 DD0 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DB7 DB6 DB5 DB4 DB3 DB2 DB1 DB0 TP21 IC11 EXBA10E332J( NON) DB7 TO CENTRO IC6 REVERSE_ DIR 19 1 E DIR CN13 270 1% C26 D8 + 100u/ 25V SML-210MT 2 1 B2PS-VH VCC R77 3.5 R106 10k REVERSE_ DIR_ NET 19 1 E DIR SELECT_ NET / FAULT_ NET / ACK_ NET BUSY_ NET PERROR_ NET SELECT_ NET / FAULT_ NET / ACK_ NET BUSY_ NET PERROR_ NET 74LS245 IC15 / STB D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 / ACK BUSY PERROR SELECT / AUTOFD NC GND GND VCC VCC NC 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 PS-40SG-D4TS1-1 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 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 GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND GND / INIT / FAULT GND NC NC / SELECTIN / RESET NC 1.25( 1+ 390/ 240) + 240( 120E-6) = 3.31V / / INIT_ NET / / SELECTIN_ NET / / AUTOFD_ NET / / STB_ NET 1 2 3 4 5 EXBA10E332J( NON) 10 9 8 7 6 74LS245 VCC ADJ 1 VDD 3 GND OUT Cd RN5VD29A VC 5 C13 CE0..8 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 CE1000p( NON) B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 1 2 3 4 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 C6 RA27 EXBV8V102J( NON) 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 1.1u R91 270 1% R89 C25 NON + 120 1% C9 + 100u/ 25V C15 CE0.55V 1 19 E1 E2 / HRESET TC74VHCT541AFT RA28 EXBV8V102J 2 ..VCC D1 RA23 VCC VCC DD[ 0.1u IC13 RA18 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 EXBV8V330J( NON) 10k 1 / / INIT / / SELECTIN / / AUTOFD / / STB INIT SELECTIN AUTOFD STB R88 C7 NON RA24 + 120 1% R80 VCC3 D6 1SS355 IC18 3 VI LT1086CM VO 2 TP25 120 1% R78 270 1% VCC1.7] DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 TP22 TP23 VCC R235 PC67 NON 1SS355( NON) CN8 57RE-40360-730B( D29) _ ( NON) PC68 NON CD[ 0.1u R105 10k VCC VCC 1.63] DB[ 0.1u PC72 CE0.1u ND[ 0.7] EXBA10E332J TO NETWORK VCC3 PC45 CE0.25( 1+ 240/ 1000) = 1.9K( NON) VCC 33( NON) D5 1SS355 IC17 3 VI LT1086CM VO RA17 1 2 3 4 R79 EXBV8V330J( NON) 8 1 8 7 2 7 6 3 6 5 4 5 74LS245( NON) SELECT / FAULT / ACK BUSY PERROR SELECT / FAULT / ACK BUSY PERROR 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 IC12 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 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 19 1 VCC3 TP24 2 R104 E DIR 74LS245( NON) ADJ Main Board _ 3/7 Circuit Diagram R81 120 1% C8 + 100u/ 25V C14 CE0.

.1u DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 / REVERSE_ NET / CENT_ WE_ NET 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 11 1D 2D 3D 4D 5D 6D 7D 8D OC CLK 74LVC574 IC10 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 5Q 6Q 7Q 8Q 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 ND0 ND1 ND2 ND3 ND4 ND5 ND6 ND7 IC2 M4A3-128/ 64 TQFP100 MACH1 / AUTOFD_ NET / SELECTIN_ NET / INIT_ NET REVERSE_ DIR_ NET / REVERSE_ NET STB_ CLK_ NET / CENT_ WE_ NET / DIRECT_ RD_ NET R27 10k PERROR_ NET BUSY_ NET / ACK_ NET / FAULT_ NET SELECT_ NET / STB_ NET DB[ 0.7] DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 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 CD0 CD1 CD2 CD3 CD4 CD5 CD6 CD7 NON DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DB[ 0.7] CD[ 0...25] TO_ MACH2 / FIFO_ FULL / FIFO_ HALF / FIFO_ EMPTY 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 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 GND NC NC VCC NC NC 18 / W STB_ CLK FA22 FA23 FA24 FA25 TDI / CS4 / CS6 NET_ ECP_ I/ F IC26 VCC3 PC76 CE0.1u CE0.7] 27 17 32 12 1 IC22 2 7 6 5 4 31 30 29 28 3 8Q 7Q 6Q 5Q 4Q 3Q 2Q 1Q 74LVC574( NON) / RESET 9 25 8 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 / DIRECT_ RD / R Q0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 / EF / FF / FL/ RT / RESET / XO/ HF / XI D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 / CS1 PERROR BUSY / ACK / FAULT SELECT / STB / AUTOFD / SELECTIN / INIT REVERSE_ DIR / REVERSE STB_ CLK / CENT_ W E / DIRECT_ RD DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 10 11 13 14 19 20 21 22 15 24 26 23 / FIFO_ RD / FIFO_ WR VCC3 16 Main Board _ 4/7 Circuit Diagram IDT72V03L35J-PR( NON) FA[ 16....7] DB[ 0.1u / / / / FIFO_ RD_ NET FIFO_ FULL_ NET FIFO_ HALF_ NET FIFO_ EMPTY_ NET IC23 18 2 / W DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 10 11 13 14 19 20 21 22 15 Q0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 24 26 23 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 / EF / FF / FL/ RT / RESET / XO/ HF / XI 7 6 5 4 31 30 29 28 3 9 25 8 IDT72V03L35J-PR DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 / RESET TMS TCK 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 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 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 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 VCC3 PC77 CE0.1u VCC3 R28 10K / DIRECT_ RD_ NET IC27 CLK OC 11 1 74LVC541 VCC3 6 RA1 PC47 PC48 DB0 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 E1 E2 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 19 ND0 ND1 ND2 ND3 ND4 ND5 ND6 ND7 CE0.1u 1 5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 ND[ 0...7] / WE0 / RD2 CLK60_ 1 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 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 EXBA10E103J 27 17 32 12 1 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 / INT_ NET_ HALF / INT1284_ NET / INT_ CENT_ HALF / INT1284 / R NC NC VCC NC NC TP27 TP28 TP29 / GATE CN10 SW1 KSD-08 VCC3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 TCK 53398-0890 GND TP30 TP31 TP32 10K / FIFO_ WR_ NET 16 2-8 VCC3 PC49 CE0.7] ND[ 0.7] STB_ CLK_ NET VCC3 VCC3 PC78 CE0.1u R26 10K TDO TDI 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 8Q 7Q 6Q 5Q 4Q 3Q 2Q 1Q 74LVC574 / RESET 8D 7D 6D 5D 4D 3D 2D 1D 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 ND0 ND1 ND2 ND3 ND4 ND5 ND6 ND7 TMS R29 .2 IC24 VCC3 PC73 NON 1D 2D 3D 4D 5D 6D 7D 8D OC CLK 74LVC574( NON) IC9 VCC3 PC74 NON 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 5Q 6Q 7Q 8Q 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 CD0 CD1 CD2 CD3 CD4 CD5 CD6 CD7 CENT_ ECP_ I/ F( NONE) 1 / REVERSE 11 / CENT_ WE VCC3 PC46 VCC3 R25 10K 74LVC541( NON) IC25 CLK OC 11 1 VCC3 PC75 NON 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 8D 7D 6D 5D 4D 3D 2D 1D CD0 CD1 CD2 CD3 CD4 CD5 CD6 CD7 E1 E2 1 19 CD[ 0.

3] IC42 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 LB4 LA4 LB5 LA5 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 CH0 CH1 CH2 CH3 NCHG0 NCHG1 NCHG2 NCHG3 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 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 CCH0 CCH1 CCH2 CCH3 NNCHG0 NNCHG1 NNCHG2 NNCHG3 NNCHG[ 0.1u IC30 RA16 RA17 R143 R144 33 33 FA16 FA17 RA18 RA19 R145 R146 33 33 FA18 FA19 RA20 RA21 R147 R148 33 33 FA20 FA21 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 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 SCK0 SCK1 SCK2 SCK3 SI0_ A VCCINT I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCIO3 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND VCCINT GND ^ MSEL0 ^ MSEL1 CLK1p CLKLK_ ENA ^ nCONFIG CLK3p I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O VCCIO5 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCINT SI0_ B SI1_ B SI2_ B SI3_ B LAT0 LAT1 LAT2 LAT3 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 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 PC83 CE0.1u IC29 CE0.1u SSCK[ 0...1u D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 CE0.1u IC36 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 E1 E2 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 IC47 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 VCC PC85 TC74VHCT541AFT CE0.3] PC84 CE0..LOCK4 I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCINT I/ O RA22 RA23 RA24 RA25 FA22 FA23 FA24 FA25 180 179 178 177 176 175 174 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 166 165 164 163 162 161 160 159 158 157 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 LLAT[ 0..3] DD12 DD13 FD12 FD13 DD14 DD15 1 19 E1 E2 TC74VHCT541AFT VCC PC80 CE0..1u CE0.1u DD16 DD17 FD16 FD17 DD18 DD19 FD18 FD19 DD20 DD21 FD20 FD21 F0_ SA_ D1 F0_ SA_ D2 F0_ SA_ D3 F0_ SA_ D4 F0_ SA_ D5 F0_ SA_ D6 IC31 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 VCC R170 R171 R172 R173 R174 R175 R176 R177 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FF0_ DAC_ B2 FF0_ DAC_ B3 FF0_ DAC_ B4 FF0_ DAC_ B5 FF0_ DAC_ B6 FF0_ DAC_ B7 FF0_ DAC_ B8 FF0_ DAC_ B9 T203 T204 T205 Main Board _ 5/7 Circuit Diagram PC81 CE0.VCC3 FF0_ DAC_ A[ 0..1u SSI0_ B SSI1_ B SSI2_ B SSI3_ B LLAT0 LLAT1 LLAT2 LLAT3 I/ O VCCINT I/ O VCCIO8 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O VCC_ CKLK4 GND_ CKLK4 I/ O I/ O CLKLK_ FB2p CLK4p ^ DATA0 ^ DCLK CLK2p ^ nCE # TDI VCCIO6 GND_ CKLK2 GND VCCINT VCC_ CKLK2 I/ O VCC_ CKOUT2 GND_ CKOUT2 I/ O CLKLK_ OUT2p I/ O.3] / CS5 / ALT_ CS CCH[ 0.63] PC50 PC51 DD0 DD1 FD[ 0.9] IC33 VCC3 DD[ 0.8 VCC3 DDA_ StoM DDA_ CLK DDA_ MtoS T199 / F0_ INTREQ ENC_ PHB ENC_ PHA / ALT_ RD IC28 T202 FD6 FD5 FD4 FD3 FD2 FD1 FD0 FA22 FA21 FA20 FA19 FA18 FA17 FA16 FD31 FD30 FD29 FD28 FD27 FD26 FD25 FD24 FD23 FD22 FD21 FD20 FD19 FD18 FD17 FD16 FD15 FD14 FD13 FD12 FD11 FD10 FD9 FD8 FD7 DD2 DD3 VCC1...3] _ A FA[ 16.3] _ B IC41 F0_ SA_ / SWE F0_ SA_ / SOE I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCIO4 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O # TMS # TCK FAST3 GND VCCINT FAST4 ^ nSTATUS ^ CONF_ DONE I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCIO7 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCIO7 / WE1 / RD2 / ALT_ WE / ALT_ RD 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 T116 T118 T121 F0_ SB_ A9 F0_ SB_ A10 F0_ SB_ A11 F0_ SB_ A12 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 R233 0 NCHG3 NCHG2 NCHG1 NCHG0 CH3 CH2 CH1 CH0 SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL LAT3 LAT2 LAT1 LAT0 SI3_ B SI2_ B SI1_ B SI0_ B SI3_ A SI2_ A SI1_ A CE1u CE1u T122 T117 T123 F0_ SB_ / SWE F0_ SB_ / SOE / ALT_ RESET / ALT_ STATUS / ALT_ CONF_ DONE T119 T120 2-9 VCC1.1u T128 T129 T130 T131 T132 T133 T134 T135 T136 T137 T138 T139 T140 T141 T142 T143 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 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 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 / FF0_ DAC_ RESET / FF1_ DAC_ RESET / HRESET F0_ SA_ / SWE R225 0 R123 VCC3 17 WE 6 F0_ SA_ / SOE T145 R226 NON CE VCC3 0 T144 R124 VCC3 41 OE NC NC NC 22 23 28 PC56 NON 40 39 BHE BLE CE0.9] SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL VCC3 VCC3 PC52 PC54 / CS5 CE0.1u CY7C1021BV33-12Z C 2 ....1u 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 VCC3 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 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 T177 T178 T179 T180 T181 T182 T183 T184 T185 T186 T187 T188 T189 F0_ SB_ / SWE 0 T175 NON T176 R126 R228 0 T159 T160 T161 T162 T163 T164 T165 T166 T167 T168 T169 T170 T171 T172 T173 T174 R227 F0_ SB_ / SOE NC NC NC 22 23 28 CE0.LOCK2 GND I/ O I/ O.8 PC79 CE0.8 PC19 PC20 TC74VHCT541AFT VCC3 1 19 E1 E2 VCC FD2 FD3 PC13 CE1u PC14 CE1u T200 T201 / CE / ALT_ W E / ALT_ CS CE0.3] IC40 DD22 DD23 DD24 DD25 FD22 FD23 FD24 FD25 EP20K100EQC240-3 DD26 DD27 FD26 FD27 / ALT_ CONFIG DD28 DD29 F0_ DAC_ B2 F0_ DAC_ B3 T105 T106 T110 F0_ DAC_ B4 F0_ DAC_ B5 F0_ DAC_ B6 F0_ DAC_ B7 F0_ DAC_ B8 F0_ DAC_ B9 FD28 FD29 DD30 DD31 / WR2 F0_ SA_ D14 F0_ SA_ D15 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_ SA_ D7 F0_ SA_ D8 F0_ SA_ D9 F0_ SA_ D10 F0_ SA_ D11 F0_ SA_ D12 F0_ SA_ D13 SCK0 SCK1 SCK2 SCK3 SI0_ A SI1_ A SI2_ A SI3_ A 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 19 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 E1 E2 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 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 FD30 FD31 SSI[ 0..1u F0_ DAC_ A0 F0_ DAC_ A1 F0_ DAC_ A2 F0_ DAC_ A3 F0_ DAC_ A4 F0_ DAC_ A5 F0_ DAC_ A6 F0_ DAC_ A7 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 R154 R155 R156 R157 R158 R159 R160 R161 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FF0_ DAC_ A0 FF0_ DAC_ A1 FF0_ DAC_ A2 FF0_ DAC_ A3 FF0_ DAC_ A4 FF0_ DAC_ A5 FF0_ DAC_ A6 FF0_ DAC_ A7 DD4 DD5 FD4 FD5 DD6 DD7 DD8 DD9 FD6 FD7 FD8 FD9 GND I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCIO2 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O # TRST ^ nCEO FAST1 GND VCCINT FAST2 # TDO I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCIO1 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O DD10 DD11 F0_ DAC_ A0 F0_ DAC_ A1 FD10 FD11 240 239 238 237 236 235 234 233 232 231 230 229 228 227 226 225 224 223 222 221 220 219 218 217 216 215 214 213 212 211 210 209 208 207 206 205 204 203 202 201 200 199 198 197 196 195 194 193 192 191 190 189 188 187 186 185 184 183 182 181 FF0_ DAC_ LAT[ 0.8 PC17 PC18 VCC3 CLK60_ 2 R112 NON IC48 / F0_ DAC_ RESET / F1_ DAC_ RESET / RESET R87 10K R107 10K 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 19 T146 T147 T148 T149 T150 T151 T152 T153 T154 T155 T156 T157 T158 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 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 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 17 6 VCC3 R125 NON 41 40 39 WE CE OE BHE BLE CY7C1021BV33-12Z C VCC3 PC57 CE0.25] SN74LVCH16245ADGG-EL Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 VCC3 SSCK0 SSCK1 SSCK2 SSCK3 SSI0_ A SSI1_ A SSI2_ A SSI3_ A VCC3 VCC3 RA[ 0.1u 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 F0_ DAC_ A8 F0_ DAC_ A9 F0_ DAC_ LAT0 F0_ DAC_ LAT1 F0_ DAC_ LAT2 F0_ DAC_ LAT3 F0_ DAC_ B0 F0_ DAC_ B1 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 R162 R163 R164 R165 R166 R167 R168 R169 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 FF0_ DAC_ A8 FF0_ DAC_ A9 FF0_ DAC_ LAT0 FF0_ DAC_ LAT1 FF0_ DAC_ LAT2 FF0_ DAC_ LAT3 FF0_ DAC_ B0 FF0_ DAC_ B1 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 F0_ SA_ D0 F0_ DAC_ LAT0 F0_ DAC_ LAT1 F0_ DAC_ LAT2 F0_ DAC_ LAT3 F0_ DAC_ B0 F0_ DAC_ B1 T109 T107 C17 C18 T108 CE22p CE22p / ALT_ DATA / ALT_ DCLK T111 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 1 19 E1 E2 TC74VHCT541AFT IC35 F0_ DAC_ B2 F0_ DAC_ B3 F0_ DAC_ B4 F0_ DAC_ B5 F0_ DAC_ B6 F0_ DAC_ B7 F0_ DAC_ B8 F0_ DAC_ B9 / F0_ DAC_ RESET / F0_ DAC_ RESET F0_ DAC_ A2 F0_ DAC_ A3 F0_ DAC_ A4 F0_ DAC_ A5 F0_ DAC_ A6 F0_ DAC_ A7 F0_ DAC_ A8 F0_ DAC_ A9 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 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 FD14 FD15 FF0_ DAC_ B[ 0.31] FD0 FD1 VCC1.1u SSI[ 0..1u VCC3 PC15 CE1u CE1u IC34 CE1u PC16 CE1u VCC1.25] 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 PC53 PC55 PC82 74LVC541 CE0.

7] CLK60_ 2 IC49 T42 T43 T44 T45 T46 T47 T48 T49 T50 T51 T52 T53 T54 T55 T56 T57 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 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_ 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 T60 T61 T62 T63 T64 T65 T66 T67 T68 T69 T70 T71 T72 F1_ SA_ / SWE R229 R127 VCC3 17 WE 6 F1_ SA_ / SOE 0 T58 R230 NON CE VCC3 0 T59 R128 VCC3 41 OE NC NC NC 22 23 28 PC58 NON 40 39 BHE BLE CE0.7] _ A Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 SSCK4 SSCK5 SSCK6 SSCK7 SSI4_ A SSI5_ A SSI6_ A SSI7_ A 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 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCIO4 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O # TMS # TCK FAST3 GND VCCINT FAST4 ^ nSTATUS ^ CONF_ DONE I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCIO7 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCIO7 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 NCHG7 NCHG6 NCHG5 NCHG4 CH7 CH6 CH5 CH4 T32 F1_ SB_ A9 F1_ SB_ A10 F1_ SB_ A11 F1_ SB_ A12 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 CE1u CE1u R234 T33 LAT7 LAT6 LAT5 LAT4 SI7_ B SI6_ B SI5_ B SI4_ B SI7_ A SI6_ A SI5_ A PC25 PC26 0 T34 F1_ SB_ / SWE F1_ SB_ / SOE T27 T28 T29 / ALT_ RESET / ALT_ STATUS / ALT_ CONF_ DONE T30 T31 2-10 F1_ DAC_ B7 F1_ DAC_ B8 F1_ DAC_ B9 SCK4 SCK5 SCK6 SCK7 SI4_ A 1 19 E1 E2 74LVC541 VCC3 PC90 CE0.7] VCC1....1u 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_ 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 T73 T74 T75 T76 T77 T78 T79 T80 T81 T82 T83 T84 T85 T86 T87 T88 F1_ SB_ / SWE 0 R129 6 41 40 39 NON R130 NON VCC3 T90 R232 0 T89 VCC3 R231 17 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 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 16 29 30 31 32 35 36 37 38 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 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 T91 T92 T93 T94 T95 T96 T97 T98 T99 T100 T101 T102 T103 F1_ SB_ / SOE 22 23 28 F1_ SA_ / SWE F1_ SA_ / SOE F1_ SB_ A0 F1_ SB_ A1 F1_ SB_ A2 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_ TH LLAT[ 4..LOCK2 GND I/ O I/ O.9] IC37 FF1_ DAC_ LAT[ 0.1u SSCK[ 4.8 VCC3 NNCHG[ 4.31] FA[ 16.1u SI4_ B SI5_ B SI6_ B SI7_ B LAT4 LAT5 LAT6 LAT7 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 SSI4_ B SSI5_ B SSI6_ B SSI7_ B LLAT4 LLAT5 LLAT6 LLAT7 IC45 CH4 CH5 CH6 CH7 NCHG4 NCHG5 NCHG6 NCHG7 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 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 PC91 CE0.3] FF1_ DAC_ B[ 0.7] IC43 T193 T194 CE22p CE22p / CE C19 C20 / ALT_ DATA / ALT_ DCLK TC74VHCT541AFT T196 E1 E2 1 19 VCC 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 R194 R195 R196 R197 R198 R199 R200 R201 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 F1_ DAC_ B2 F1_ DAC_ B3 F1_ DAC_ B4 F1_ DAC_ B5 F1_ DAC_ B6 F1_ DAC_ B7 F1_ DAC_ B8 F1_ DAC_ B9 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_ SA_ A10 F1_ SA_ A11 F1_ SA_ A12 F1_ SA_ D0 240 239 238 237 236 235 234 233 232 231 230 229 228 227 226 225 224 223 222 221 220 219 218 217 216 215 214 213 212 211 210 209 208 207 206 205 204 203 202 201 200 199 198 197 196 195 194 193 192 191 190 189 188 187 186 185 184 183 182 181 VCC3 VCC1..2 FF1_ DAC_ A[ 0.1u TC74VHCT541AFT PC86 VCC3 1 19 E1 E2 VCC CE1u F1_ DAC_ A0 F1_ DAC_ A1 F1_ DAC_ A2 F1_ DAC_ A3 F1_ DAC_ A4 F1_ DAC_ A5 F1_ DAC_ A6 F1_ DAC_ A7 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 FF1_ DAC_ A0 FF1_ DAC_ A1 FF1_ DAC_ A2 FF1_ DAC_ A3 FF1_ DAC_ A4 FF1_ DAC_ A5 FF1_ DAC_ A6 FF1_ DAC_ A7 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 R178 R179 R180 R181 R182 R183 R184 R185 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PC23 CE1u CE1u IC38 CE1u GND I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCIO2 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O # TRST ^ nCEO FAST1 GND VCCINT FAST2 # TDO I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCIO1 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O CE1u F1_ DAC_ A0 F1_ DAC_ A1 F1_ DAC_ A8 F1_ DAC_ A9 F1_ DAC_ LAT0 F1_ DAC_ LAT1 F1_ DAC_ LAT2 F1_ DAC_ LAT3 F1_ DAC_ B0 F1_ DAC_ B1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 E1 E2 PC87 CE0.8 PC24 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 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 F1_ SA_ D1 F1_ SA_ D2 F1_ SA_ D3 F1_ SA_ D4 F1_ SA_ D5 F1_ SA_ D6 139 137 135 133 131 129 127 125 123 ENC_ PHB 121 FF0_ DAC_ A0 119 FF0_ DAC_ A2 117 FF0_ DAC_ A4 115 FF0_ DAC_ A6 113 FF0_ DAC_ A8 111 / FF0_ DAC_ RESET 109 FF0_ DAC_ LAT1 107 FF0_ DAC_ LAT3 105 FF0_ DAC_ B1 103 FF0_ DAC_ B3 101 FF0_ DAC_ B5 99 FF0_ DAC_ B7 97 FF0_ DAC_ B9 95 SSCK1 93 SSCK3 91 SSI1_ A 89 SSI3_ A 87 SSI1_ B 85 SSI3_ B 83 LLAT1 81 LLAT3 79 CCH1 77 CCH3 75 NNCHG1 73 NNCHG3 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 T215 T214 T216 Main Board _ 6/7 Circuit Diagram IC32 / ALT_ CONFIG EP20K100EQC240-3 F1_ DAC_ B2 F1_ DAC_ B3 T190 F1_ DAC_ B4 PC89 CE0.LOCK4 I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCINT I/ O VCCINT I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCIO3 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND VCCINT GND ^ MSEL0 ^ MSEL1 CLK1p CLKLK_ ENA ^ nCONFIG CLK3p I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O VCCIO5 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O I/ O VCCINT 180 179 178 177 176 175 174 173 172 171 170 169 168 167 166 165 164 163 162 161 160 159 158 157 156 155 154 153 152 151 150 149 148 147 146 145 144 143 142 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 125 124 123 122 121 T39 T40 T41 CCH[ 4.7] _ B IC44 T191 F1_ DAC_ B5 F1_ DAC_ B6 74LVC541 1 19 E1 E2 VCC3 T195 SCK4 SCK5 SCK6 SCK7 SI4_ A SI5_ A SI6_ A SI7_ A D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 SSI[ 4.8 VCC3 / F1_ INTREQ ENC_ PHB ENC_ PHA / ALT_ RD T226 / ALT_ W E / ALT_ CS FD6 FD5 FD4 FD3 FD2 FD1 FD0 FA22 FA21 FA20 FA19 FA18 FA17 FA16 FD31 FD30 FD29 FD28 FD27 FD26 FD25 FD24 FD23 FD22 FD21 FD20 FD19 FD18 FD17 FD16 FD15 FD14 FD13 FD12 FD11 FD10 FD9 FD8 FD7 CE1u VCC1..1u TC74VHCT541AFT VCC Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 1 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 R186 R187 R188 R189 R190 R191 R192 R193 FF1_ DAC_ A8 FF1_ DAC_ A9 FF1_ DAC_ LAT0 FF1_ DAC_ LAT1 FF1_ DAC_ LAT2 FF1_ DAC_ LAT3 FF1_ DAC_ B0 FF1_ DAC_ B1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 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_ 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_ RESET / F1_ DAC_ RESET IC39 F1_ DAC_ LAT0 F1_ DAC_ LAT1 F1_ DAC_ LAT2 F1_ DAC_ LAT3 F1_ DAC_ B0 F1_ DAC_ B1 T192 PC88 CE0.8 PC27 PC28 CE0...7] 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_ TH P_ SIDE 42V_ SENSE 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_ 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 F1_ SB_ A3 F1_ SB_ A4 F1_ SB_ A5 F1_ SB_ A6 F1_ SB_ A7 F1_ SB_ A8 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 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 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 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 I/ O VCCINT I/ O VCCIO8 I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O GND I/ O I/ O VCC_ CKLK4 GND_ CKLK4 I/ O I/ O CLKLK_ FB2p CLK4p ^ DATA0 ^ DCLK CLK2p ^ nCE # TDI VCCIO6 GND_ CKLK2 GND VCCINT VCC_ CKLK2 I/ O VCC_ CKOUT2 GND_ CKOUT2 I/ O CLKLK_ OUT2p I/ O.9] VCC CN11 VCC C24 + 100u/ 25V VCC T227 T228 FD[ 0.1u CY7C1021BV33-12Z C ...1u SSI[ 4.1u CCH4 CCH5 CCH6 CCH7 NNCHG4 NNCHG5 NNCHG6 NNCHG7 R113 NON IC50 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 WE CE OE BHE BLE CY7C1021BV33-12Z C VCC3 NC NC NC PC59 CE0..25] T211 T207 T212 T206 T208 T210 T213 PC21 PC22 T209 VCC1.

.1u E1 E2 74LVC541 1 19 / SENSOR CE0.2K 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 52808-2590 VCC3 IC59 / / / / TO CUT CARI ORG DOUT 13 RTC_ DATA VCC3 D3 12 3 4 11 2 TP 14 1SS355 D2 VCC R109 IC20E 10 74LVC14 11 12 74LVC14 IC20F 13 R103 33 10k VCC CN5 PC62 CE0.VCC CN1 VCC3 VCC3 VCC3 IC3 R202 0 VCC3 EXTIN CROP_ ON HD_ POW ER HEAD_ U/ D_ 1 NON NON R221 R222 VCC3 RTC_ DATA F0OUT F0IN 10K VCC PC92 CE0.1u 1 GND L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 5 6 7 9 10 RTC-4553 TP91 TP92 TP93 TP94 TP95 1 2 3 4 5 TO MONITOR SERIAL 53398-0590 VCC VCC VCC3 VCC TO SERVO BOARD RXD2 TXD2 R239 10k CN6 R69 NON HEAD_ TH HEAD_ TH R37 TO SCANNER NON 33 1 2 3 4 5 6 CE1u IC64 P_ SIDE P_ SIDE R38 33 VDD 14 C2 3 4 5 6 AIN0 AIN1 AIN2 AIN3 DO SARS 10 11 CE1u / AD_ CS 2 CS CROPMARK CROPMARK R70 33 C3 AD_ CK AD_ IN 12 13 CK DI VREF AGND 9 8 VSS 7 CE1u TLC0834ID 42V_ SENSE 42V_ SENSE R39 33 C5 CE1u 2 .1u PC61 VCC3 8 7 6 5 / INT_ CENT_ HALF / INT_ NET_ HALF / LCD_ CS LCD_ E LCD_ RS LCD_ RW / LED / SW 0 EXBV8V103J / INTDDA / F0_ INTREQ / F1_ INTREQ / INT1284 / INT1284_ NET 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 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 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 PRINT_ CARRIAGE_ ORG R30 PINCH_ ROLL_ U/ D R31 R32 FRONT_ COVER MAINTENANCE_ COVER R R33 REAR_ PAPER R34 FRONT_ PAPER R35 CUTTING_ CARRIAGE_ ORG R36 MAINTENANCE_ COVER L R223 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 R5 10K TP59 TP60 TP61 TP62 R6 10K 1 2 3 4 53398-0490 CN2 TO COVER SW IRL0 IRL1 IRL2 IRL3 R7 10K TP63 TP64 TP65 TP66 TP67 TP68 1 2 3 4 5 6 53398-0690 R8 10K TP88 TP89 TP90 CN4 1 2 3 53398-0390 TO PAPER SENSOR 4 3 2 1 RTC_ W DATA RTC_ CLK RTC_ CE RTC_ WR RA13 CS1 DIN CLK CS0 WE VCC3 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 CR2032-RTC BACKUP HOLDER BATTERY BCR20V4 4 3 2 1 5 6 7 8 1 EXBV8V103J EXBV8V103J 2 R11 10K 8 VCC 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 BT1 BCR20V4 1SS355 5 6 7 8 TP96 TP97 TP98 C4 PC63 CE0.7] IC5 T220 R2 10K R4 10K VCC 10K / ALT_ STATUS / ALT_ RESET / ALT_ DCLK / ALT_ DATA / ALT_ CONF_ DONE / ALT_ CONFIG 19 1 M4A3-128/ 64 TQFP100 / SENSOR RTC_ WR RTC_ W DATA RTC_ CLK RTC_ CE AD_ IN / AD_ CS AD_ CK AD_ OUT 8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4 IC1 / RESET DB7 DB6 DB5 DB4 DB3 DB2 DB1 DB0 B0 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DB7 DB6 DB5 DB4 DB3 DB2 DB1 DB0 / PANEL / SW2 / SW1 R1 10k MACH2 TMS TCK 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 Main Board _ 7/7 Circuit Diagram 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 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 CN3 TP57 TP58 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 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 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 1 2 3 4 5 6 R224 10K VCC 53014-0610 CN14 TO SENSOR RA31 VCC3 PC60 CE0.1u T219 DB[ 0.1u R215 TDO R216 RA30 EXBV8V103J R218 0 DB[ 0.1u E DIR 74LVC245 / PANEL / WR2 / HRESET R3 VCC3 PC93 CE0..1u DDA_ CLK TP99 2-11 RA14 CN7 TP69 F0IN F0OUT CROPMARK TP70 TP71 TP72 EXTIN PINCHPOS CROP_ ON / SERIAL_ START / SRVBRD_ RESET / MTRERR / LESSTHANF / LESSTHANS TP73 TP74 TP75 TP76 TP77 TP78 TP79 TP80 TP81 TP82 / INTDDA DDA_ MtoS DDA_ StoM VCC / Cmd_ HS_ MtoS / Cmd_ HS_ StoM Cmd_ MtoS Cmd_ StoM Cmd_ MtoS Cmd_ StoM TP83 TP84 TP85 TP86 TP87 R72 AD_ OUT 2..7] VCC3 PC94 CE0.7] IC4 R217 0 TP50 TP51 TP52 RA29 VCC3 EXBV8V103J 0 TP49 0 TP48 TC74VHCT541AFT E1 E2 1 19 10K R237 10K HEAD_ U/ D_ 2 / LESSTHANF / LESSTHANS / MTRERR PINCHPOS PSFAN_ ON / P_ SIDE_ SENS / SRVBRD_ RESET / SERIAL_ START R219 R220 R238 10K / SW2 LCD_ RS LCD_ RW LCD_ E / LCD_ CS / LED / SW0 / SW1 R203 R204 R205 R206 R207 R208 R209 R210 R211 R212 R213 R214 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 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 TO PANEL BOARD 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 TP33 TP34 TP35 TP36 TP37 TP38 TP39 TP40 TP41 TP42 TP43 TP44 TP45 TP46 TP47 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 TO_ MACH2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 FA22 FA23 FA24 FA25 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 52808-2490 8 1 7 2 6 3 5 4 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 / CS6 FA22 FA23 FA24 FA25 / WE0 / RD2 CLK60_ 1 DB[ 0.

2-3 HEAD / SERVO BOARD Arrangement Diagram_ Component Side It indicates the version of the Main Board. 2 2-12 .

Arrangement Diagram_ Soldering Side 2 2-13 .

1u VCC 22 VCC 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 5 6 23 TP1 8 FF0_ DAC_ LAT0 / FF0_ DAC_ RESET CN35 C193 CE0.25W 510 TR50 2SC4131 R338 VCC5 24 20 18 16 TR49 2SC2873 C182 CE0.022u 9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14 ENC_ PHB FF0_ DAC_ A0 R256 FF0_ DAC_ A0 FF0_ DAC_ A2 R264 FF0_ DAC_ A2 FF0_ DAC_ A4 R270 FF0_ DAC_ A4 R262 FF0_ DAC_ A6 FF0_ DAC_ A6 FF0_ DAC_ A8 R254 FF0_ DAC_ A8 / FF0_ DAC_ RESET / FF0_ DAC_ RESET FF0_ DAC_ LAT1 R272 FF0_ DAC_ LAT1 FF0_ DAC_ LAT3 R276 FF0_ DAC_ LAT3 R285 FF0_ DAC_ B1 FF0_ DAC_ B1 FF0_ DAC_ B3 R291 FF0_ DAC_ B3 FF0_ DAC_ B5 R289 FF0_ DAC_ B5 FF0_ DAC_ B7 R284 FF0_ DAC_ B7 R279 FF0_ DAC_ B9 FF0_ DAC_ B9 SSCK1 R417 SSCK1 SSCK3 R376 SSCK3 SSI1_ A R415 SSI1_ A SSI3_ A R381 SSI3_ A SSI1_ B R416 SSI1_ B SSI3_ B R386 SSI3_ B LLAT1 R349 LLAT1 LLAT3 R366 LLAT3 CCH1 R351 CCH1 CCH3 R367 CCH3 NNCHG1 R373 NNCHG1 NNCHG3 R368 NNCHG3 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 4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25 E09A19RA 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 150 NON 150 150 150 150 150 0 NON 0 NON 0 NON 0 NON 0 NON 0 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 R260 R268 R266 R258 R251 R253 R275 R282 R288 R292 R286 R281 R353 R357 R379 R356 R385 R380 R354 R358 R355 R359 R372 R360 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-14 IC67 R391 R392 R393 R394 R395 R396 C239 C240 100 C241 C242 C243 C244 CE100p PC66 CE0.9] IC58 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R486 1 R478 43 COM0_ B R462 43 R470 10 C170 CE0.1u VCC CN33 VCC DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND5 GND45 VOUTGND 9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14 HEAD0 E09A19RA Head Board _ 1/6 Circuit Diagram 150 150 150 150 150 ENC_ PHB ENC_ PHA 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_ Z A SI0_ YA SI0_ Z A SCK0_ YB SCK0_ Z B SI0_ YB SI0_ Z B 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 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 LAT RST TEST R430 43 R438 10 TR1 2SA1213 510 TR2 2SA1746 R304 DAOUT PC50 CE0.2 VHV0 VHV0 FF0_ DAC_ B[ 0.7 / 0..25W VCC COM0_ A 5 6 23 TP2 8 DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND5 GND45 VOUTGND C150 CE0.9] IC50 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R454 1 R446 43 510 TR18 2SC4131 R313 VCC5 24 20 18 16 TR17 2SC2873 C162 CE0.1u 4 12 4Y 4Z 14 13 SSCK0 9 3A 3Y 3Z 10 11 SSI0_ A 7 2A 2Y 2Z TP21 TP23 6 5 TP20 SSI0_ B 1 1A 1Y 1Z 2 3 TP22 R556 10 TP27 SI0_ YB TP25 R555 10 R524 10 R523 10 TP24 R558 10 TP30 R557 10 TP32 R526 10 TP31 R525 10 TP28 TP26 TP29 TP33 TP35 TP34 C201 CE220p C219 CE220p C200 CE220p C218 CE220p SI0_ Z B SI0_ YA SI0_ Z A SCK0_ YB SCK0_ Z B SCK0_ YA SCK0_ Z A 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 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 R261 R269 R267 R259 R250 R252 R274 R425 R294 R293 R287 R280 R420 R423 R419 R422 R418 R421 R352 R363 R361 R364 R377 R365 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 R257 R265 R271 R263 R255 150 150 150 150 150 / P_ SIDE_ SENS HEAD_ U/ D_ L PSFAN_ ON HEAD_ U/ D_ H HD_ POW ER R273 R277 R424 R295 R290 R283 R278 R378 R390 R382 R389 R387 R388 R362 R369 R374 R370 R375 R371 FF1_ DAC_ A0 FF1_ DAC_ A0 FF1_ DAC_ A2 FF1_ DAC_ A2 FF1_ DAC_ A4 FF1_ DAC_ A4 FF1_ DAC_ A6 FF1_ DAC_ A6 FF1_ DAC_ A8 / FF1_ DAC_ RESET FF1_ DAC_ A8 / FF1_ DAC_ RESET 150 FF1_ DAC_ LAT1 FF1_ DAC_ LAT1 NON FF1_ DAC_ LAT3 FF1_ DAC_ LAT3 150 FF1_ DAC_ B1 FF1_ DAC_ B1 150 FF1_ DAC_ B3 FF1_ DAC_ B3 150 FF1_ DAC_ B5 FF1_ DAC_ B5 150 FF1_ DAC_ B7 FF1_ DAC_ B7 150 FF1_ DAC_ B9 FF1_ DAC_ B9 SSCK5 0 SSCK5 NON SSCK7 SSCK7 SSI5_ A 0 SSI5_ A NON SSI7_ A SSI7_ A SSI5_ B 0 SSI5_ B NON SSI7_ B SSI7_ B LLAT5 0 LLAT5 NON LLAT7 LLAT7 CCH5 0 CCH5 NON CCH7 CCH7 NNCHG5 0 NNCHG5 NON NNCHG7 NNCHG7 HEAD_ U/ D_ H HD_ POW ER HEAD_ TH P_ SIDE 69 67 65 63 61 59 57 55 53 51 49 47 45 43 41 39 37 35 33 31 29 27 25 / P_ SIDE_ SENS 23 21 HEAD_ U/ D_ L 19 PSFAN_ ON 17 15 HEAD_ TH 13 11 P_ SIDE 9 7 42V_ SENSE 5 3 1 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 TX25-140P-LT-H1 + 42V R317 22K R312 1K .022u P_ SIDE LAT0 CH0 FF0_ DAC_ A[ 0.1u R296 4.1u 22 NCHG0 SCK0_ YA SCK0_ Z A SI0_ YA SI0_ Z A SCK0_ YB SCK0_ Z B SI0_ YB SI0_ Z B HEAD_ TH TR33 2SA1213 510 TR34 2SA1746 R330 R322 4.7 / 0.1u + C178 22u/ 50V D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 LAT RST TEST DAOUT PC58 CE0..1u CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p 100 100 100 100 100 R495 R496 0 R497 0 R498 0 R499 0 R500 0 LLAT0 CCH0 NNCHG0 LLAT1 CCH1 NNCHG1 1 19 E1 E2 TC74VHCT541AFT VCC LLAT1 CCH1 NNCHG1 LLAT0 CCH0 NNCHG0 0 LAT0 CH0 NCHG0 LAT1 CH1 NCHG1 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 IC72 SSI0_ B SSI0_ A SSCK0 15 4A G G HD151031FPEL VCC3 PC72 CE0.

.022u TR20 2SA1213 510 TR19 2SA1746 R308 R318 4.2K / 0.25W 510 R300 22 CH1 NCHG1 / P_ SIDE_ SENS TR52 2SA1213 510 TR51 2SA1746 R334 R342 4.9] IC59 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R459 1 R463 43 COM1_ B R479 43 R474 10 C187 CE0.1u + C196 22u/ 50V R383 5.1u C216 CE0.1u TR3 2SC4131 R426 1 R431 43 COM1_ A R447 43 R442 10 C166 CE0.6K NPNB FB PNPB VCC5 24 20 18 16 3 PSFAN_ ON 2 TR67 SCK1_ Z A SCK1_ YA SI1_ Z A SI1_ YA SCK1_ Z B SCK1_ YB SI1_ Z B SI1_ YB 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 GND HEAD_ U/ D_ L GND LAT1 GND CH1 GND NCHG1 GND SCK1_ Z A SCK1_ YA SI1_ Z A SI1_ YA SCK1_ Z B SCK1_ YB SI1_ Z B SI1_ YB 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 Head Board _ 2/6 Circuit Diagram DTC114EK 5 6 LAT RST TEST DAOUT PC51 CE0.5W F2 HD_ POW ER 2 TR66 FUSE MMCT 3.D90 1SS355 VHV0 FF0_ DAC_ B[ 0.1u TP47 R530 10 TP50 4 12 4Y 4Z 14 13 SSCK1 9 3A 3Y 3Z 10 11 SSI1_ A 7 2A 2Y 2Z 6 5 SSI1_ B 1A 1Y 1Z 1 2 3 TP36 TP38 R559 R560 TP39 R527 TP37 TP40 TP46 R528 R561 R562 TP48 R529 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 TP43 TP41 TP44 TP42 TP45 TP49 TP51 C203 CE220p C221 CE220p C202 CE220p C220 CE220p C232 CE0.1u VCC C192 CE0..022u HEAD_ U/ D_ H HEAD_ U/ D_ L LAT1 FF0_ DAC_ A[ 0.1u CN36 + C158 NON VCC 22 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 LAT RST TEST DAOUT PC59 CE0.7 / 0.0u TR65 2SJ535 F3 FUSE MMCT 3.1u 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 B10PS-VH CN31 CN30 1 2 1 2 3 4 TH1 5267-02A To Cooling FAN 53398-0490 103HT CN32 SI1_ YB SI1_ Z B SI1_ YA SI1_ Z A SCK1_ YB SCK1_ Z B SCK1_ YA SCK1_ Z A 1 2 NON + 42V VHV0 F4 C186 + C191 R346 1K / 0.7 / 0.15A ET VHV2 R347 2.5W FUSE MMCT 3.1u C233 CE0.15A ET VHV1 470u/ 63V CE1.9] IC51 VCC45 TR4 2SC2873 C154 CE0.25W 510 TR35 2SC4131 R326 VCC5 24 20 18 16 TR36 2SC2873 C174 CE0.3K TR68 2SJ529S C264 CE0.1u VHV0 VCC3 VCC 1 IC79 IN OUT 3 2 GND uPC2933T 4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25 5 6 23 TP3 8 C265 CE0.1u VCC 23 TP4 8 DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND5 GND45 VOUTGND 9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14 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 4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25 36FMN-BTK + 42V E09A19RA 1 + 27V VCC C217 + 220u/ 10V CN34 3 1 2-15 VCC3 IC73 SSI1_ B SSI1_ A SSCK1 15 4A G G HD151031FPEL VCC3 PC73 CE0.15A ET VHV3 F1 DTC114EK NON 2 .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 + C197 100u/ 10V FF0_ DAC_ LAT1 / FF0_ DAC_ RESET R494 390/ 1W E09A19RA DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND5 GND45 VOUTGND 9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14 HEAD1 + 27V D2FL20U D92 R384 3.

9] C194 CE0.1u VCC3 R398 100 R399 100 R400 100 R401 100 R402 100 C245 C246 C247 CE100p PC68 CE0.022u R348 2 74LVC14 C234 CE1000p 1 0 IC66A TR5 2SA1213 ENC_ PHA 510 TR6 2SA1746 R305 R492 1k R297 4.7 / 0.1u + C179 NON CN37 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 LAT RST TEST DAOUT PC60 CE0.1u CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p ENC_ PHB IC66B R350 0 4 74LVC14 3 C248 C249 C250 R506 0 R505 0 R504 0 R503 0 R502 0 R501 0 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 E1 E2 TC74VHCT541AFT VCC Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 1 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 IC74 1 1A TP52 R563 10 R532 10 R531 10 R566 10 R565 10 TP58 TP61 TP65 TP67 TP66 R533 10 C223 CE220p TP60 C204 CE220p TP55 TP53 TP56 TP62 TP64 R534 10 VCC3 PC74 CE0.022u LAT2 CH2 NCHG2 TR37 2SA1213 510 TR38 2SA1746 R331 R323 4.1u VCC 4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25 5 6 23 TP6 8 DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND5 GND45 VOUTGND R490 33 9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14 2-16 E09A19RA IC68 R397 100 LAT2 CH2 NCHG2 LAT4 CH4 NCHG4 PC67 CE0.1u TP63 TP57 2A 3A 4A G G HD151031FPEL 4Y 4Z 14 13 3Y 3Z 10 11 2Y 2Z 6 5 1Y 1Z 7 9 2 3 TP54 R564 10 TP59 SI2_ YB C222 CE220p SI2_ Z B SI2_ YA SI2_ Z A SCK2_ YB SCK2_ Z B SCK2_ YA C205 CE220p SCK2_ Z A IC66C 6 74LVC14 IC66D 8 VCC 10 R493 1k 12 R491 33 74LVC14 74LVC14 IC66F 13 74LVC14 IC66E 11 9 5 LLAT2 CCH2 NNCHG2 LLAT2 CCH2 NNCHG2 LLAT4 CCH4 NNCHG4 LLAT4 CCH4 NNCHG4 VCC3 C263 CE1000p SSI2_ B SSI2_ B SSI2_ A SSI2_ A SSCK2 SSCK2 15 4 12 .1u VCC 22 FF0_ DAC_ B[ 0..25W 510 TR54 2SC4131 R339 VCC5 24 20 18 16 TR53 2SC2873 C183 CE0.7 / 0.1u 22 SCK2_ YA SCK2_ Z A SI2_ YA SI2_ Z A SCK2_ YB SCK2_ Z B SI2_ YB SI2_ Z B 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_ Z A SI2_ YA SI2_ Z A SCK2_ YB SCK2_ Z B SI2_ YB SI2_ Z B 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 Head Board _ 3/6 Circuit Diagram 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 LAT RST TEST DAOUT PC52 CE0.2 VHV1 VHV1 IC60 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R487 1 R480 43 COM2_ B R464 43 R471 10 C171 CE0.9] IC52 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R455 1 R448 43 COM2_ A VCC R432 43 R439 10 C151 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 23 TP5 8 DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND5 GND45 VOUTGND 9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14 HEAD2 E09A19RA FF0_ DAC_ A[ 0.25W 510 TR22 2SC4131 R314 VCC5 24 20 18 16 TR21 2SC2873 C163 CE0..

1u VCC 22 C235 CE0.25W 510 TR39 2SC4131 R327 VCC5 24 20 18 16 TR40 2SC2873 C175 CE0.1u FF1_ DAC_ B[ 0.1u VCC 4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25 5 6 23 TP10 8 DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND5 GND45 VOUTGND 9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14 2-17 E09A19RA IC69 R403 LAT5 CH5 NCHG5 LAT6 CH6 NCHG6 R404 100 R405 100 R406 100 R407 100 R408 C251 C252 C253 C254 C255 C256 CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p CE100p 100 R512 0 R511 0 R510 0 R509 0 R508 0 100 R507 0 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 E1 E2 TC74VHCT541AFT VCC PC69 CE0.25W 510 TR7 2SC4131 R301 VCC5 24 20 18 16 TR8 2SC2873 C155 CE0.9] 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_ Z A SCK4_ YA SI4_ Z A SI4_ YA SCK4_ Z B SCK4_ YB SI4_ Z B SI4_ YB 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 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 LAT RST TEST DAOUT PC54 CE0.7 / 0.1u 22 SCK4_ Z A SCK4_ YA SI4_ Z A SI4_ YA SCK4_ Z B SCK4_ YB SI4_ Z B SI4_ YB 510 TR55 2SA1746 R335 R343 4.022u TR56 2SA1213 LAT4 CH4 NCHG4 IC54 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R427 1 R433 43 COM4_ A R449 43 R443 10 C167 CE0.1u Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 1 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 IC75 TP86 R567 R568 10 10 TP84 TP87 R535 10 TP85 R536 10 1A 2A 3A 4A G G HD151031FPEL VCC3 PC75 CE0.1u CN38 + C159 22u/ 50V VCC D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 LAT RST TEST DAOUT PC62 CE0.9] 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 23 TP9 8 DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND5 GND45 VOUTGND 9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14 HEAD4 E09A19RA Head Board _ 4/6 Circuit Diagram FF1_ DAC_ A[ 0..7 / 0.VHV1 VHV1 IC62 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R460 1 R465 43 COM4_ B R481 43 R475 10 C188 CE0.022u TR24 2SA1213 510 TR23 2SA1746 R309 R319 4..1u TP95 R538 10 TP98 TP94 4Y 4Z 14 13 10 11 6 5 1Y 1Z 2Y 2Z 3Y 3Z 2 3 TP91 SI4_ YB TP89 TP92 TP90 TP93 TP97 R570 10 TP96 R537 10 TP99 C207 CE220p C225 CE220p C206 CE220p C224 CE220p SI4_ Z B SI4_ YA SI4_ Z A SCK4_ YB SCK4_ Z B SCK4_ YA SCK4_ Z A TP88 R569 10 LLAT5 CCH5 NNCHG5 LLAT5 CCH5 NNCHG5 LLAT6 CCH6 NNCHG6 LLAT6 CCH6 NNCHG6 VCC3 SSI4_ B SSI4_ B 1 SSI4_ A SSI4_ A 7 SSCK4 SSCK4 9 15 4 12 2 .

9] IC55 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R456 1 R450 43 COM5_ A R434 43 R440 10 C152 CE0..1u 22 SCK5_ YA SCK5_ Z A SI5_ YA SI5_ Z A SCK5_ YB SCK5_ Z B SI5_ YB SI5_ Z B 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_ Z A SI5_ YA SI5_ Z A SCK5_ YB SCK5_ Z B SI5_ YB SI5_ Z B 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 Head Board _ 5/6 Circuit Diagram 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 LAT RST TEST DAOUT PC55 CE0.1u VCC 4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25 5 6 23 TP12 8 DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND5 GND45 VOUTGND 9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14 2-18 E09A19RA IC76 1 1A TP100 R571 10 10 10 10 10 R541 10 10 TP103 R540 TP101 R539 TP104 R574 TP110 R573 2A 3A 4A G G HD151031FPEL VCC3 PC76 CE0.1u 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_ LAT1 / FF1_ DAC_ RESET 5 6 23 TP11 8 DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND5 GND45 VOUTGND 9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14 HEAD5 E09A19RA FF1_ DAC_ A[ 0.2 VHV2 VHV2 IC63 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R488 1 R482 43 COM5_ B R466 43 R472 10 C172 CE0.25W 510 TR58 2SC4131 R340 VCC5 24 20 18 16 TR57 2SC2873 C184 CE0.022u TR9 2SA1213 510 TR10 2SA1746 R306 R298 4.1u TP111 TP114 4Y 4Z 14 13 10 11 6 5 1Y 1Z 2Y 2Z 3Y 3Z 7 9 15 4 12 TP105 TP108 TP106 TP109 TP113 TP115 C209 CE220p C227 CE220p TP112 R542 C208 CE220p 2 3 TP102 R572 10 TP107 SI5_ YB C226 CE220p SI5_ Z B SI5_ YA SI5_ Z A SCK5_ YB SCK5_ Z B SCK5_ YA SCK5_ Z A VCC3 SSI5_ B SSI5_ B SSI5_ A SSI5_ A SSCK5 SSCK5 .1u + C180 NON CN39 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 LAT RST TEST DAOUT PC63 CE0.9] C236 CE0.1u VCC 22 VCC FF1_ DAC_ B[ 0..7 / 0.7 / 0.25W 510 TR26 2SC4131 R315 VCC5 24 20 18 16 TR25 2SC2873 C164 CE0.022u LAT5 CH5 NCHG5 TR41 2SA1213 510 TR42 2SA1746 R332 R324 4.

1u 22 SCK6_ Z A SCK6_ YA SI6_ Z A SI6_ YA SCK6_ Z B SCK6_ YB SI6_ Z B SI6_ YB 510 TR59 2SA1746 R336 R344 4.022u TR60 2SA1213 LAT6 CH6 NCHG6 IC56 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R428 1 R435 43 COM6_ A R451 43 R444 10 C168 CE0.022u TR28 2SA1213 510 TR27 2SA1746 R310 R320 4.9] 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_ LAT2 / FF1_ DAC_ RESET 5 6 23 TP13 8 DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND5 GND45 VOUTGND 9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14 HEAD6 E09A19RA FF1_ DAC_ A[ 0.1u VCC 22 C237 CE0.25W 510 TR11 2SC4131 R302 VCC5 24 20 18 16 TR12 2SC2873 C156 CE0.1u VCC 4 3 2 1 30 29 28 27 26 25 5 6 23 TP14 8 DP DP DP DP DP DP DP DP GND5 GND45 VOUTGND 9 11 12 13 15 17 19 21 7 10 14 2-19 E09A19RA IC70 R409 NON LAT3 CH3 NCHG3 LAT7 CH7 NCHG7 R410 NON R411 NON R412 NON R413 NON R414 NON C257 VCC PC70 NON NON NON NON NON NON NON C258 C259 C260 C261 C262 R518 NON R517 NON R516 NON R515 NON R514 NON R513 NON 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 E1 E2 NON Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 1 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 IC77 TP118 R575 R576 10 10 TP116 TP119 R543 10 TP117 R544 10 1A 2A 3A 4A G G TP126 HD151031FPEL VCC3 PC77 CE0..9] 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_ Z A SCK6_ YA SI6_ Z A SI6_ YA SCK6_ Z B SCK6_ YB SI6_ Z B SI6_ YB 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 Head Board _ 6/6 Circuit Diagram 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 LAT RST TEST DAOUT PC56 CE0.7 / 0.1u FF1_ DAC_ B[ 0.25W 510 TR43 2SC4131 R328 VCC5 24 20 18 16 TR44 2SC2873 C176 CE0.1u TP127 R546 10 TP130 4Y 4Z 14 13 10 11 6 5 1Y 1Z 2Y 2Z 3Y 3Z 2 3 TP121 TP124 TP122 TP125 TP129 R578 10 TP128 R545 10 TP131 C211 CE220p C229 CE220p C210 CE220p TP123 SI6_ YB C228 CE220p SI6_ Z B SI6_ YA SI6_ Z A SCK6_ YB SCK6_ Z B SCK6_ YA SCK6_ Z A TP120 R577 10 LLAT3 CCH3 NNCHG3 LLAT3 CCH3 NNCHG3 LLAT7 CCH7 NNCHG7 LLAT7 CCH7 NNCHG7 VCC3 SSI6_ B SSI6_ B 1 SSI6_ A SSI6_ A 7 SSCK6 SSCK6 9 15 4 12 2 .7 / 0.VHV2 VHV2 IC64 VCC45 NPNB FB PNPB R458 1 R467 43 COM6_ B R483 43 R476 10 C189 CE0.1u CN40 + C160 22u/ 50V VCC D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 LAT RST TEST DAOUT PC64 CE0..

0K CE0.022u XPW M+ XPW MR183 100 PWM_ EN C118 CE0.022u C98 C95 CE0..1u ( DREQ0) ( DREQ1) ( TEND0) CE1000p CE1000p MD2 P83/ ETEND3/ P84/ EDACK2/ P85/ EDACK3/ 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/ P71/ EDREQ1/ P72/ ETEND0/ C72 CE1000p C74 C76 CE1000p C77 SCLK VCC3 JP1 Pad 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 C124 CE0.22u/ 50V + C91 100u/ 63V Cmd_ MtoS Cmd_ StoM / Cmd_ HS_ StoM / Cmd_ HS_ MtoS R83 VCC3 C127 C126 / PWM_ ENin / MTRERR G_ CCW G_ CW VD[ 0.C N.1% 15 VSS VCC 3 + 15 + VS 6 R204 22 Y_ CURNT 12 R79 0 VCC3 YM_ DIR YM_ PWM YP_ DIR YP_ PWM TCK TDI_ 1 R161 33 Y_ DIR / PWM_ EN / PWM_ ENin 12 14 13 HIN LIN SD 14 - 3 VFWE VA[ 0.1u C125 53398-0590 CN9 R93 10K R90 10K T24 T28 / ENC_ CHECK D80 DAN202K R121 0.0u M4A3-64/ 32-TQFP48 / X_ A / X_ B / XM_ A / XM_ B I/ O I/ O I/ O I/ O TCK GND NC CLK0/ I0 TDI I/ O I/ O I/ O 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 VA[ 0..0MHz VM 220 6 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 R139 10K 1 CE1000p C133 2 VCC CN15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 RA1 EXBA10E103J VCC3 5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 1.1u 53398-0890 C136 CE0.22u/ 50V 3 5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 C108 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 CE1000p C109 CE0.0K 1.C IR2112S 2 C115 CE0.0u R141 VD8 VD9 VD10 VD11 VD12 VD13 VD14 VD15 Cmd_ MtoS Cmd_ StoM / Cmd_ HS_ StoM / Cmd_ HS_ MtoS R84 2.C N.1u 10 R195 2 1 1 D79 DAN202K R196 15K 6 1 6 1 VA0 VA1 VA2 VA3 VA4 VA5 VA6 VA7 VA8 VA9 VA10 VA11 VA12 VA13 VA14 VA15 R213 12K 0.1u 100K 0.C N.1% 12K 0..2K DDA_ CLK DDA_ MtoS DDA_ StoM DDA_ CLK DDA_ MtoS DDA_ StoM CE0.7K 0.C N.8K SCLK R136 / VRD / VHWR / ENC_ CHECK / SerialStart To GRIT ENCODER BOARD 33 C94 CE1.1% C113 CE1000p FANPW M2 R215 R197 10 R198 15K VM To SCAN MOTOR VCC VCC / Y_ A / Y_ B T37 2 1 R92 1.1.0K RA24 SOL_ CURNT Y_ CURNT X_ CURNT VM R145 Servo Board _ 1/4 Circuit Diagram 47K VD4 VD5 VD6 VD7 VFWE 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/ HW R 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 R157 1.022u 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 EXCML20A390 FL20 5267-07A R156 VD0 VD1 VD2 VD3 R123 1 VFWE 10 T27 T26 SolPWM T30 T29 T33 Y_ PW MMinus FANPW M1 T36 INTDDA 1 10K R173 IC20 VCC 11 R87 10K IC31 VDD 12 14 13 15 VB HO VS VCC3 R88 10K Y_ PWM X_ CURNT 8 3403A + IC26C 9 100K 0.0K 5 74LVC14 10 9 74LVC14 IC22E CE0.C N.22u/ 50V CE0.C 72 PD7/ D15 71 PE0/ D0 70 PE1/ D1 69 PE2/ D2 68 PE3/ D3 67 VCC3 66 PE4/ D4 65 PE5/ D5 64 PE6/ D6 63 PE7/ D7 62 FWE P61/ TMRI1/ DREQ1/ IRQ9 61 60 P60/ TMRI0/ DREQ0/ IRQ8 59 P27/ PO7/ TIOCB5/ EDRAK1/ ( IRQ15) 58 P26/ PO6/ TIOCA5/ EDRAK0/ ( IRQ14) P25/ PO5/ TIOCB4/ ( IRQ13)57 P24/ PO4/ TIOCA4/ ( IRQ12)56 55 P23/ PO3/ TIOCD3/ ( IRQ11) 54 P22/ PO2/ TIOCC3/ ( IRQ10) P21/ PO1/ TIOCB3/ ( IRQ9)53 P20/ PO0/ TIOCA3/ ( IRQ8)52 51 P17/ PO15/ TIOCB2/ TCLKD/ EDRAK3 50 P16/ PO14/ TIOCA2/ EDRAK2 P15/ PO13/ TIOCB1/ TCLKC 49 P14/ PO12/ TIOCA1 48 47 GND 46 P13/ PO11/ TIOCD0/ TCLKB P12/ PO10/ TIOCC0/ TCLKA 45 P11/ PO9/ TIOCB0 44 P10/ PO8/ TIOCA0 43 42 P75/ EDACK1/ ( DACK1) 41 P74/ EDACK0/ ( DACK0) P73/ ETEND1/ ( TEND1) 40 39 VCC3 38 NMI 37 W DTOVF Q7 FS30ASJ-2 PC20 CE0.2K C128 CE0.1% 11 D75 UDZ S16B C132 C131 CE0.22u L6201PS / XM_ A / XM_ B / Y_ A / Y_ B IC22C / X_ B 6 / X_ A 12 100 R208 0.22u/ 50V C121 8 Q9 FS30ASJ-2 3403A IC26D 13 R212 12K 0.22u/ 50V CE0.1u PC13 CE0.C N.15] VDD VB HO 7 CE0.15] TMS 10 VD8 2 VD9 9 VD10 3 VD11 8 VD12 4 VD13 7 VD14 5 VD15 T51 RA2 EXBA10E103J VCC3 1 6 SelPWMMode T49 T48 T50 T53 T52 T55 TDO 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 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 Y_ PW MMinus T56 T57 T54 R125 4.1u RA9 EXBA10E103J VCC3 ( IRQ3) ( IRQ4) ( IRQ5) 6 1 CPU ID: 0001 74VHCT541 PC10 CE0.022u R146 2.1ohm/ 1W R193 100 XPW M+ XPW M- CE0.1% 12K 0.C N..1u PC26 CE1.1% R124 4.7K 0.1u R190 22 Q6 FS30ASJ-2 4 10 16 5 9 VCC R214 21 23 24 25 26 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 VA0 VA1 VA2 VA3 VA4 VA5 VA6 VA7 VA8 VA9 VA10 VA11 VA12 VA13 VA14 VCC3 28 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 VCC3 C97 CE0.0K R207 R140 10K CE18p C69 C68 CE22p Y1 8.1u 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 C67 CE1000p C71 CE1000p 6 FL38 EXCML20A390 RA7 EXBA10E103J VCC3 PC9 CE0.22u/ 50V SolPh SolDecay / SOL_ EN RA14 EXBA10E103J RA13 EXBA10E103J 5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 Test0 T46 Test1 T42 Test2 T39 Test3 T45 Test4 T41 Test5 T38 Test6 T44 Test7 T40 VA0 VA1 VA2 VA3 VA4 VA5 VA6 VA7 VA8 5 VA9 7 VA10 4 VA11 8 VA12 3 VA13 9 VA14 2 VA15 10 C107 CE0.1% 2-20 RA8 EXBA10E103J / X_ A / X_ B XPW MXPW M+ 6 R175 R174 R172 R171 R170 VCC 22 22 22 22 22 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 YP_ PWM YP_ DIR / PWM_ EN YM_ PWM YM_ DIR 1 2 3 4 5 R91 2.0u I/ I/ I/ I/ I/ I/ I/ I/ O0 O1 O2 O3 O4 O5 O6 O7 IC11 CY7C1399 / SRVBRD_ RESET / H8S_ RESET R103 2.1u PWM_ EN R184 VCC3 6 1 5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 IC24 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 GND GND NC NC IN2 IN1 BOOT2BOOT1 Vref OUT1 SENSE VS ENABLEOUT2 NC NC NC NC GND GND IC22F 13 74LVC14 10 C86 9 CE0.15] IC17 G_ CCW G_ CW PWM_ EN Y_ PWM Mode PC12 CE1.1% 3 VCC IC30 R122 100K 0.C N.1u 1 74LVC14 IC22B 4 R202 470 PhA+ 74LVC14 3 / H8S_ RESET R102 3 VCC3 LED2 1 6 F0out F0in / LESSTHANS / LESSTHANF / VCS1 Mode C130 CE1000p 1.022u RA5 EXBA10E103J R138 10K R137 11 74LVC14 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 EXBV8V470J 4 3 2 1 RA25 VCC3 5 4 5 6 3 6 7 2 7 8 1 8 EXBV8V102J 10K( NON) 5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 C110 CE1000p C111 CE1000p C112 CE1000p + 15 VM R216 4.022u C99 CE0.7K 0.1ohm/ 1WEXCML20A390 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 EXCML20A390 FL21 5267-08A C78 CE1000p C79 CE1000p IC12 H8S/ 267X-QFP144 1 19 E1 E2 SelPWMMode Y_ DIR MtrPower T32 T31 T35 T34 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 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 4 10 16 5 9 N.1ohm/ 1W CN17 monitor 7 8 HIN LIN SD 6 + 15 C122 D76 UDZ S16B C135 C134 CE0.1u DTC114EK Q2 SEL6410E RA3 EXBA10E103J VCC3 1.0K R203 VCC R131 220 / XG_ A / XG_ B IC22A 2 R206 470 PhB+ VCC3 PC31 CE0.2K R143 470 R147 470 R144 470 C96 CE0.1% / Y_ A IC22D / Y_ B 8 R158 1.1% R211 R209 4.2K / XG_ A / XG_ B / RESET WE CS OE GND 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 27 20 22 14 VD8 VD9 VD10 VD11 VD12 VD13 VD14 VD15 / VHWR / VCS1 / VRD VD[ 0.22u/ 50V CE0.22u/ 50V R205 22 VSS VCC LO COM 3 1 2 C116 CE0.0K 2 C93 CE0.1u IR2112S + 15 VM R191 22 FS30ASJ-2 Q10 FL19 R120 0.7K 0.1% LO COM 1 N.15] To FEED MOTOR VCC CN18 PC21 CE0.1u VCC3 VM 2 .1% R210 T19 T23 VCC 100K 0.

7K 0.1u C89 100u/ 63V 3 + To MAIN BOARD CX1 CN11 52808-2591 T59 R164 NON NON VCC3 DDA_ CLK PC30 CE0.1% R188 R182 0( NON) 10K R189 1 3403A RX1 100K 2 VCC3 R119 100 C87 CE470p 0 100K 0.1u 100u/ 25V D77 1 IC25 TA7815 1SS355 To FAN JUNCTION BOARD 53398-0390 VI VO 2 C129 CE0.1% CropMark IC26A 3 + CropSens Serial_ LOAD Serial_ CLK / RD R118 R116 PC16 CE1..4] TDI Ser500_ IN Serial_ STORE C70 CE470p TDI_ 1 R200 4.0K T69 IC19A VDD OUT 1 1 3 GND Cd 5 C83 74LVC14 TP145 TP144 TP146 CE0.0ohm/ 1W FL17 EXCML20A390 R179 NON 27 16 VCC3 TP162 R112 10K ENA A ENA B D73 D1FS6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 / StepDrvEnable 19 24 IC23 MTD2005F VCC3 VCC ALM VMMA VMMB 1 14 VMTD isp Download TP82 TP143 TP81 R49 10K D82 D1FS6 To INK TANK BOARD R178 C114 NON NON VCC 23 20 25 VREFA VREFB CR 22 VSA RSA NC RSB 5 R192 220 13 10 4 C119 CE820p C88 CE0.3] R82 100 TP92 TP125 TP126 TP129 TP130 TP131 100u/ 25V / CS2 Mstep0A Mstep0B Mstep1A Mstep1B Mstep_ Hold T22 T25 B14 B12 B10 B8 B6 B4 B2 B0 C0 C2 C4 C6 C8 C10 C12 C14 GND GND I/ O24 IO/ 25 I/ O26 I/ O27 I/ O28 I/ O29 I/ O30 I/ O31 I2 VCC3 GND GND VCC3 I/ O32 I/ O33 I/ O34 I/ O35 I/ O36 I/ O37 I/ O38 I/ O39 GND GND 1 2 3 4 5 6 R165 100 R177 47/ 1W Q5 2SK2796S 2 1 3 TMS TCK + 27 R86 10K Ctrg_ RXD + 41 B6P-VH R155 2.0u VCC3 R104 1..7K 0.1u C84 100u/ 25V 2 .5W Q4 2SJ535 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) 2 Q3 + 41 + 27 VCC VCC3 CN14 VCC3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 for 500cc 5267-09A( NON) VCC 2 IC21 R163 1.1u T68 T73 T74 VCC3 DDA_ StoM DDA_ MtoS INTDDA VCC T75 T76 T77 T78 T79 T80 T81 / LESSTHANS / LESSTHANF / MTRERR / SRVBRD_ RESET / SerialStart / Crop_ ON PinchPos T82 CropMark T83 T84 F0in F0out 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 + 27 + VCC RA6 EXBA10E102J MtrWDcy MtrI3Dcy MtrI2Dcy MtrI1Dcy MtrI0Dcy MtrHDcy MtrC1Dcy MtrC0Dcy R148 100 @ SensR0 / @ SensR1 / R97 100 C80 C100 CE470p CE470p SOL_ CURNT 5 12K 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 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 R142 100 C73 CE470p VCC3 RST SEL2 SEL1 SEL Ctrg_ TXD TP132 CN16 + C90 C82 1000u/ 63V 1 MtrPower 1 R162 DTC114EK + C105 CE470p 6 MtrH_ 0_ MtrH_ 1_ / LWR MtrI0_ 0_ MtrI0_ 1_ MtrI1_ 0_ MtrI1_ 1_ MtrC0_ 0_ MtrC0_ 1_ MtrC1_ 0_ MtrC1_ 1_ MtrI2_ 0_ 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 R99 150 R98 22K R151 150 Cmd_ StoM Cmd_ MtoS 74LVC14 VCC3 PC29 CE0.2ohm/ 1W D42 D2FS6( NON) TP93 TP75 C37 + 10u/ 100V( NON) L1 8 7 6 5 Source1Drain1 Gate1 Drain1 Source2Drain2 Gate2 Drain2 UPA1759 L2 L RCH895-181K( NON) D51 D2FS6 C42 10u/ 100V + + FAN -FAN TP85 TP78 CN4 TP137 TP133 TP136 TP135 1 2 3 4 R194 10K @ FanFA @ Fan0 @ FANPW M1 @ FANPW M2 4 3 2 1 RA4 EXBV8V101J 5 4 5 6 3 6 7 2 7 8 1 8 L RCH895-181K Therm D70 D2FS6 + IC27 L3 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 Source1Drain1 Gate1 Drain1 Source2Drain2 Gate2 Drain2 UPA1759 + 27 D52 TP100 TP3 D1FL20U( NON) TP134 IC29 R134 100 @ Sol_ T8 R135 0 Source1 Drain1 Gate1 Drain1 Source2 Drain2 Gate2 Drain2 UPA1759( NON) 1 2 3 4 Sol_ + Sol_ 8 7 6 5 D1FL20U( NON) D71 T2 TP124 L4 L RCH895-181K C53 10u/ 100V 1 2 3 4 TP94 TP88 TP105 CN7 1 2 3 L RCH895-181K D69 D2FS6 C58 10u/ 100V + T85 + 15 + C120 CE0.0u PC19 CE1.1% SOL_ CURNT 7 - IC26B 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CN6 for 500cc R101 1K / 0.1u Serial_ IN Serial_ OUT SerTU_ STORE LG A LG B GND GND NC NC NC NC NC NC VSB 28 15 HS1 HS2 2 4 6 9 11 13 21 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 To CUT CARI BOARD SerTU_ CLK SerTU_ LOAD SerTU_ OUT SerTU_ IN D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 E1 E2 74VHCT541 R39 100 C34 CE470p Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 52808-0691 C117 CE3900p 12K 0.1u IC28 T60 T61 T62 T67 / Cmd_ HS_ StoM / Cmd_ HS_ MtoS RN5VD29A R149 22K GND 3 2-21 1.1u R38 10K TP69 TP65 TP71 TP66 TP62VCC CN3 SerCtrg_ CLK SerCtrg_ LOAD SerCtrg_ OUT SerCtrg_ IN TP142 TP140 TP141 TP139VCC TDO TDI CN5 SolDecay SolPh / SOL_ EN R181 NON 26 17 18 SolPWM PinchPos / Crop_ ON CropSens FANPW M2 R110 NON 52808-1291 T63 T5 T6 T7 + 27 Ser500_ CLK Ser500_ LOAD Ser500_ OUT 53398-0890 PHA PHB DECAY R180 0 OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 1 2 3 4 5 6 3 7 8 12 D81 D1FS6 D74 R117 FL18 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 1.1% R115 4.1% R201 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 TP95 TP96 TP97 TP98 / SensCov / StepDrvEnable1 R150 100 C101 CE470p Servo Board _ 2/4 Circuit Diagram for TU 53398-0790 TP101 TP102 TP106 VCC IC10 M4A3-64/ 64 TQFP100 MtrI3_ 1_ MtrI3_ 0_ MtrI2_ 1_ R176 D72 PTZ 43A 47/ 1W MtrW_ 1_ MtrW_ 0_ + 41 T20 T21 VMTD D17 DE3L20U VM PC18 CE1.1% VCC A[ 1.0u 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 3403A 11 R199 TP89 TP90 TP91 100K 0.0u TP107 CLK32 R85 33 A1 A2 A3 A4 D0 D1 D2 D3 T9 T10 T12 T13 T15 T16 MtrADcy MtrA_ PA MtrA_ PB Mstep2A Mstep2B Sol_ Rush Sol_ Hold TP99 D[ 0.0K IC19B 2 / RESET 3 4 + 27 R60 1.1u Sensor( Reserve) CN10 TP138 TP152 TP153 D78 1SS355 R187 R186 R185 1 Q8 IN OUT 3 VCC3 1 2 3 4 5 6 53398-0690( NON) 10K 10K 10K 2 GND + uPC2933T To HEAD BOARD 53398-0490 C123 C85 CE0.VCC3 VCC3 VCC VMTD 10K 10K 10K C92 + 100u/ 63V R113 R114 R111 TP165 TP163 TP161 TP164 TP169 TP166 VCC TP168 TP167 TP160 CN13 TP80 TP79 TP77 CN8 TMS TCK R46 10K IC9 R89 100 C75 CE470p VCC PC15 VCC CE0.0K 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 PC17 CE1.2K / 0.

2 VCC3 8 7 6 5 8 7 6 5 10K 8 7 6 5 10K 1 2 3 4 R133 R95 1 2 3 4 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 RA18 EXBV8V103J TP147 TP157 TP155 / H8S_ RESET / RD / HWR / LWR 220 C103 CE0.15] IC16 IC13 Y2 8.1%R166 RA22 EXBA10E103J D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 RA11 EXBA10E103J 10K( NON) 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/ HW R 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 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 MtrI3_ PB MtrI3_ PA 10K 10K To MOTSENS JUNCTION BOARD PC27 8 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 ( IRQ3) ( IRQ4) ( IRQ5) ( DREQ0) ( DREQ1) ( TEND0) R168 R167 RA10 EXBV8V103J 1 2 3 4 CN2 8 7 6 5 CE0.1u 5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 PC22 8 7 6 5 1 2 3 4 6 IC19E CE0.1u TP154 / StepDrvEnable IC14 / SensC0 / SensC1 / SensCVOrg @ 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 / SensWOrg 1 19 E1 E2 VCC3 74LVC541 PC14 FANPW M1 FANPW M2 CE0.0MHz C104 CE18p VCC3 C102 CE22p R154 MtrW_ PB MtrW PA _ MtrH_ PB MtrH_ PA CN1 VCC / CS1 / CS2 VCC3 R130 220 3 LED1 TP156 TP158 TP159 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 33 D8 10 D9 2 D10 9 D11 3 D12 8 D13 4 D14 7 D15 5 SEL6410E 2 / LWR / CS1 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 RA21 EXBA10E103J RA12 EXBA10E103J TP58 TP76 WE CS OE GND CY7C1399 PC25 CE0.16] IC19C VCC3 5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 5 TP74 TP73 TP68 TP64 TP57 TP53 TP40 TP39 TP38 TP37 TP36 TP34 TP29 TP26 TP23 TP18 TP27 TP30 12 JP2 Pad 1 6 1 6 1 10K + 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 R105 10K VCC3 10K 74LVC14 IC19F R106 NON RA20 EXBA10E103J RA19 EXBA10E103J 5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 13 VCC 2 3 FWE R107 0 TP19TP17 TP8 74LVC14 MtrC1_ PB MtrC1_ PA MtrC0_ PB MtrC0_ PA MtrA_ PB MtrA_ PA 5 7 4 8 3 9 2 10 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 RA17 EXBA10E102J 6 1 R9 R10 R13 100 100 100 @ SensCVOrg / @ SensC1 / @ SensHOrg / C5 C8 C9 CE470p CE470p CE470p 1 2-22 / SerialStart Mstep2B Mstep2A Mstep1B Mstep1A Mstep0B Mstep0A / SensHOrg Sol_ Rush Sol_ Hold Mstep_ Hold MtrADcy Ctrg_ RXD Ctrg_ TXD MtrI2_ PB MtrI2_ PA MtrI1_ PB MtrI1_ PA RA15 EXBA10E102J VCC3 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 Therm T72 T65 T71 T64 T70 / SensCov Serial_ IN IC18 VCC PC11 CE0.8K D[ 0.1u SEL2 RST R12 R11 100 100 @ SensWOrg / @ SensC0 / Cmd_ StoM Cmd_ MtoS / Cmd_ HS_ StoM / Cmd_ HS_ MtoS Servo Board _ 3/4 Circuit Diagram 52808-2691 C7 C6 CE470p VCC3 1 CE470p VCC3 R109 R108 10K 10K VCC3 D15 D0 D1 D2 D3 A[ 1.0u R159 10K R160 1 6 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 5 12K 0..16] VCC3 1 6 VCC D4 D5 D6 D7 6 FWE T43 T47 T66 RA23 EXBA10E103J C106 CE1.1u T17 CLK32 / SensWOrg VCC3 1 6 1 6 1 2 3 4 RA16 EXBV8V102J / StepDrvEnable To MOTSENS JUNCTION BOARD R100 1.1u VCC3 28 1 + 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_ D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 I/ I/ I/ I/ I/ I/ I/ I/ / HWR 27 20 22 14 WE CS OE GND CY7C1399 O0 O1 O2 O3 O4 O5 O6 O7 I/ I/ I/ I/ I/ I/ I/ I/ 27 20 22 14 PC23 CE0..1u VCC 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 PD7/ D15 72 71 PE0/ D0 70 PE1/ D1 69 PE2/ D2 68 PE3/ D3 67 VCC3 66 PE4/ D4 65 PE5/ D5 64 PE6/ D6 63 PE7/ D7 62 FWE 61 P61/ TMRI1/ DREQ1/ IRQ9 P60/ TMRI0/ DREQ0/ IRQ8 60 59 P27/ PO7/ TIOCB5/ EDRAK1/ ( IRQ15) 58 P26/ PO6/ TIOCA5/ EDRAK0/ ( IRQ14) 57 P25/ PO5/ TIOCB4/ ( IRQ13)56 P24/ PO4/ TIOCA4/ ( IRQ12) 55 P23/ PO3/ TIOCD3/ ( IRQ11) 54 P22/ PO2/ TIOCC3/ ( IRQ10) 53 P21/ PO1/ TIOCB3/ ( IRQ9)52 P20/ PO0/ TIOCA3/ ( IRQ8) 51 P17/ PO15/ TIOCB2/ TCLKD/ EDRAK3 IC15 P16/ PO14/ TIOCA2/ EDRAK2 50 P15/ PO13/ TIOCB1/ TCLKC 49 48 P14/ PO12/ TIOCA1 47 GND P13/ PO11/ TIOCD0/ TCLKB 46 H8S/ 267X-QFP144 P12/ PO10/ TIOCC0/ TCLKA 45 44 P11/ PO9/ TIOCB0 43 P10/ PO8/ TIOCA0 P75/ EDACK1/ ( DACK1) 42 P74/ EDACK0/ ( DACK0) 41 40 P73/ ETEND1/ ( TEND1) 39 CPU ID: 0010 VCC3 38 NMI 37 W DTOVF Serial_ CLK Serial_ LOAD Serial_ OUT Serial_ STORE 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 19 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 @ FANPW M1 @ FANPW M2 74VHCT541 .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 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 O0 O1 O2 O3 O4 O5 O6 O7 T18 SEL SEL1 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 R153 Q1 DTC114EK VCC TP2 TP1 T11 / RD T4 T14 VCC3 LED 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 IC19D Monitor A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 5 4 3 2 1 11 10 9 74LVC14 74LVC14 53398-0590 T58 6 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A15 A16 R169 10K MD2 P83/ ETEND3/ P84/ EDACK2/ P85/ EDACK3/ 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/ P71/ EDREQ1/ P72/ ETEND0/ CN12 MtrI0_ PB MtrI0_ PA A[ 1.

1u C36 VMTD VCC VMTD T1 R94 1.0ohm/ 1W( NON) 1.22u/ 50V VMTD MtrI1_ 0_ TP55 R129 MtrI3_ 0_ 5 23 24 + A_ I1 + B_ I1 -A_ I1 -B_ I1 PHA PHB DECAY RSA PG RSB RSA PG RSB RSA NC 11 13 17 11 13 17 5 13 C29 CE3900p R5 220 R6 0.3K R77 1.0K C63 D7 D1FS6 D6 D1FS6 VMMA VMMB 8 20 CE0.22u/ 50V TP148 CE0.3K R30 1.047u10K 22 VCC ALM VMMA VMMB 1 14 CE0.0K C17 R19 CE0.047u10K 22 D59 D1FS6 VSA D56 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 FL30 D60 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 R62 220 C57 CE820p R63 0.22u/ 50V D53 D1FS6 PHA PHB DECAY 27 16 23 20 25 OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 ENA A ENA B VREFA VREFB CR 3 7 8 12 D57 D1FS6 D55 D1FS6 D54 D1FS6 FL32 D58 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 FL31 VMTD FL33 EXCML20A390 PC4 CE0.0K C50 VCC R57 CE0.3K R16 1.68ohm/ 1W( NON) R42 1.22u/ 50V C38 VMTD CAP UP/ DOWN FL37 EXCML20A390 TP113 R55 FL36 D66 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 FL35 MtrC1_ 0_ 3.0K CE0.0K C31 1 VSA VSB 27 D16 D1FS6 D31 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 TP56 FL9 VCC R71 CE0.0ohm/ 1W CE820p R25 220 CE3900p CE820p 220 CE820p C11 CE3900p R1 R4 220 C45 CE3900p C40 CE820p 10 C25 C20 C21 C1 C2 5 R40 220 RSB 3.3K MtrC1_ PA MtrC1_ PB MtrC1Dcy 19 24 26 17 18 + A_ C0 + B_ C0 -A_ C0 -B_ C0 C49 R58 1.22u/ 50V D61 D1FS6 D62 D1FS6 D65 D1FS6 D63 D1FS6 VMTD TP127 MtrC0_ PA MtrC0_ PB MtrC0Dcy TP122 R74 C65 TP115 CE0.22u/ 50V VMTD C19 TP14 TP7 25 3 5 23 24 PHA PHB DECAY C14 TP15 CE0.1u C26 TP43 CE0.3K R78 1.047u TP47 6 22 ENA A ENA B MtrI1_ 1_ TP52 R37 VCC 2 26 4 VREFA VREFB CR LG A LG B NC NC NC NC 7 21 9 15 16 19 D14 D1FS6 D32 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 TP60 FL10 3.22u/ 50V D9 D1FS6 + A_ I0 + B_ I0 -A_ I0 -B_ I0 MtrI2_ 0_ 10 12 14 18 PUMP1 MtrI0_ 0_ TP54 R128 5 23 24 PHA PHB DECAY 3.0K C28 OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 10 12 14 18 D13 D1FS6 10 12 14 18 FL12 TP70 EXCML20A390 PUMP2 MtrI3_ PA MtrI3_ PB MtrI3Dcy PUMP4 MtrW PA _ MtrW_ PB MtrWDcy WIPER D15 D1FS6 D30 D1FS6 TP61 FL11 + A_ W + B_ W -A_ W -B_ W TP51 CE0.22u/ 50V TP50 TP48 MtrI1_ PA MtrI1_ PB MtrI1Dcy 25 3 IC4 MTD2005 C33 VCC ALM TP22 R127 3.22u/ 50V 5 23 24 PHA PHB DECAY C10 CE0.047u TP114 27 16 ENA A ENA B 26 17 18 PHA PHB DECAY OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 TP116 19 24 TP108 VMTD 3.0K T3 / StepDrvEnable2 VCC PC1 CE0.68ohm/ 1W R68 0.3K C46 D18 D1FS6( NON) TP28 FL7 MtrH_ 0_ D38 D1FS6 + A_ I2 + B_ I2 -A_ I2 -B_ I2 TP112 R50 26 17 18 PHA PHB DECAY OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 3 7 8 12 D35 D1FS6 FL8 TP32 EXCML20A390 D34 D1FS6 VMMA VMMB CE0.0K TP110 R69 C62 CE0.047u TP84 TP83 D36 D1FS6 27 16 ENA A ENA B 3.1u TP109 TP123 TP117 IC6 MTD2005F( NON) VMTD C39 CE0.68ohm/ 1W R28 0.047u TP11 TP4 2 26 4 VREFA VREFB CR VSA VSB 27 D19 EXCML20A390 D1FS6( NON) TP33 FL5 1 6 22 ENA A ENA B D20 EXCML20A390 D1FS6( NON) TP35 FL6 OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 8 20 IC1 MTD2005( NON) C18 VMTD TP120 TP9 CE0.0K C24 OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 10 12 14 18 FL16 TP63 EXCML20A390 MtrI2_ PA MtrI2_ PB MtrI2Dcy 19 24 PUMP3 ( Reserve) MtrH_ PA MtrH_ PB MtrHDcy TP150 WIPER HEIGHT FL25 EXCML20A390 D11 D1FS6 D26 D1FS6 TP59 FL15 FL24 + A_ H + B_ H -A_ H -B_ H TP45 CE0.1u C30 TP49 CE0.68ohm/ 1W R43 1.3K D22 D1FS6 TP25 FL3 D24 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 TP24 FL2 + A_ I3 + B_ I3 -A_ I3 -B_ I3 R72 1.0ohm/ 1W( NON) 2 .22u/ 50V IC2 MTD2005 VCC ALM D5 D1FS6 FL4 TP31 EXCML20A390 MtrW_ 0_ 3.047u TP104 TP103 TP118 R70 MtrW_ 1_ 3.047u10K MtrH_ 1_ VCC TP119 R51 23 20 25 VREFA VREFB CR R53 1.3K R20 1.047u 10K TP16 R21 VCC VCC PC8 CE0.0K / StepDrvEnable1 VCC VMTD PC3 CE0.0K 7 21 9 15 16 19 D40 D1FS6 VMMA VMMB 8 20 CE0.22u/ 50V D43 D1FS6( NON) PHA PHB DECAY OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 ENA A ENA B 3 7 8 12 D47 Reserve MtrC0_ 0_ 3.1u TP149 TP151 VCC VMTD C52 CE0.3K R32 1.68ohm/ 1W R7 0.047u 10K TP128 R75 VCC 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 R45 220 D46 EXCML20A390 D1FS6( NON) FL26 D50 EXCML20A390 D1FS6( NON) C44 CE820p R48 R47 1.1u C16 CE0.047u TP87 TP86 27 16 23 20 25 D67 D1FS6 D64 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 FL34 D68 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 MtrC1_ 1_ TP121 R56 3.VCC VCC R96 1.68ohm/ 1W( NON) R3 0.3K R14 1.22u/ 50V VCC ALM VMMA VMMB CE0.3K R73 1.1u TP10 TP5 25 3 VCC ALM D1 D1FS6( NON) D3 D1FS6( NON) D2 D1FS6( NON) D4 D1FS6( NON) 3.68ohm/ 1W VCC PC6 CE0.1u C55 CE0.0K 7 21 9 15 16 19 VMMA VMMB 8 20 CE0.047u TP41 TP12 R17 VCC R15 CE0.68ohm/ 1W R24 0.68ohm/ 1W C4 CE820p R8 220 CE820p C22 R26 R29 220 CE820p 220 C23 CE820p C15 CE3900p C61 CE3900p C56 CE820p 10 C3 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 5 13 C64 CE3900p C59 CE820p C60 CE820p R67 0.3K R59 1.3K R34 1.047u 10K C27 1 VSA VSB 27 D12 D1FS6 D27 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 TP67 FL13 EXCML20A390 D29 D1FS6 LG A LG B GND GND NC NC NC NC NC NC VSB C41 CE820p 28 15 HS1 HS2 2 4 6 9 11 13 21 Servo Board _ 4/4 Circuit Diagram R23 0.68ohm/ 1W R64 0.3K R18 1.0K R41 220 R31 CE0.0K C47 22 VSA R52 CE0.22u/ 50V IC5 MTD2005F VMTD 1 14 C35 C12 PC5 CE0.68ohm/ 1W C48 CE3900p C43 CE820p 10 R65 220 R66 220 R44 220 RSB 2-23 MtrI3_ 1_ 3.68ohm/ 1W R35 CE0.047u 10K C13 3.047u TP6 2 26 4 VREFA VREFB CR VSA VSB 27 D25 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 D8 D1FS6 D23 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 TP20 FL1 1 6 22 ENA A ENA B LG A LG B NC NC NC NC OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 TP13 TP111 VMTD VCC VMTD PC7 CE0.0K 6 22 ENA A ENA B MtrI0_ 1_ TP46 R33 MtrI2_ 1_ VCC 2 26 4 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 D39 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 FL23 EXCML20A390 D37 D1FS6 FL22 D41 EXCML20A390 D1FS6 RSA PG RSB RSA PG RSB RSA NC 11 13 17 11 13 17 13 R22 CE820p 220 R2 0.22u/ 50V TP44 TP42 IC3 MTD2005 C32 VMTD MtrI0_ PA MtrI0_ PB MtrI0Dcy 25 3 VCC ALM TP21 R126 3.3K R36 1.0K 3 7 8 12 D1FS6( NON) D45 D1FS6( NON) VREFA VREFB CR VSA D49 D1FS6( NON) FL29EXCML20A390 + A_ C1 + B_ C1 D44 -A_ C1 D1FS6( NON) FL28 -B_ C1 EXCML20A390 D48 D1FS6( NON) FL27 VMTD + C81 1000u/ 63V MtrC0_ 1_ 3.0K CE0.22u/ 50V IC8 MTD2005F VCC ALM VMMA VMMB 1 14 C54 CE0.0K C66 R76 CE0.0ohm/ 1W VCC PC2 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 0.22u/ 50V IC7 MTD2005F 19 24 26 17 18 VCC ALM VMMA VMMB C51 1 14 CE0.3K EXCML20A390 D21 D1FS6( NON) R54 1.

2 2-24 .2-4 SUB BOARD Arrangement Diagram_ Component Side It indicates the version of the Main Board.

54DSA CABLE-ASS' Y P-SIDE SENS FJ-540 CABLE-ASS' Y LINEAR-ENC FJ-540 2 .Arrangement Diagram_ Soldering Side CONNECTOR 52806-2410 2-25 CONNECTOR MDF7-16P-2.

Sub Board _ 1/4 Circuit Diagram 2 2-26 .

Sub Board _ 2/4 Circuit Diagram 2 2-27 .

3K C47 CE1000p D2 1SS355 PRINT CARRIAGE BOARD 1/ 2 D1 1SS355 .2 VCC VHV1 VHV0 C43 CE0.1u 10u/ 50V 10u/ 50V CN36 CN35 VCC CN48 TP1 VHV0 VCC VHV1 CN43 VHV1 VHV0 VCC C40 CE0.1u + C39 + C42 47u/ 16V C41 CE0.1u R34 1 + IC10A 3 R39 0 - 2 0 BA10358F R41 10K 1% VCC R36 NON VCC R29 NON CN52 1 2 3 53261-0390 TR1 To LINEAR ENCODER BOARD CN60 1K ENC_ PHA ENC_ PHB / P_ SIDE_ SENS 2 IC10B DTB123EK R32 R31 7 + 5 82 100 1 2 3 4 53261-0490 BA10358F VCC R28 330 SEL6410E-TP5 LED9 - 6 VR1 22K R35 2.2K C45 CE1000p R30 3.1u + C38 CN37 VHV0 VCC 0 HEAD 1 HEAD TP45 2 HEAD VCC CN56 VHV0 TP69 TP61TP62 TP55 VHV0 GND COM0_ B GND COM0_ B GND COM0_ B GND GND VCC NCHG0 GND LAT0 GND CH0 GND NC SCK0_ Z B SCK0_ YB SI0_ Z B SI0_ YB 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 TP27TP11 TP28 TP31 TP34 TP37 52207-2190 TP12 TP29 TP13 TP30 52207-2190 TP19 TP15 TP32 TP23 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 VHV0 GND COM1_ B GND COM1_ B GND COM1_ B GND GND VCC NCHG1 GND LAT1 GND CH1 GND NC SCK1_ Z B SCK1_ YB SI1_ Z B SI1_ YB VHV1 GND COM2_ B GND COM2_ B GND COM2_ B GND GND VCC NCHG2 GND LAT2 GND CH2 GND NC SCK2_ Z B SCK2_ YB SI2_ Z B SI2_ YB 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 52207-2190 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-STK 36FMN-STK 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_ Z A SI0_ YA SI0_ Z A SCK0_ YB SCK0_ Z B SI0_ YB SI0_ Z B 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 TP67 TP72 TP59TP60 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 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_ Z A SI2_ YA SI2_ Z A SCK2_ YB SCK2_ Z B SI2_ YB SI2_ Z B 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 GND HEAD_ U/ D_ L GND LAT1 GND CH1 GND NCHG1 GND SCK1_ Z A SCK1_ YA SI1_ Z A SI1_ YA SCK1_ Z B SCK1_ YB SI1_ Z B SI1_ YB Sub Board _ 3/4 Circuit Diagram 36FMN-STK VCC CN59 TP22 CN50 VCC TP18 VCC CN45 TP66 8 4 R38 1 3 2-28 TP26 TP10 TP25 TP14 52207-2190 52207-2190 / P_ SIDE_ SENS HEAD_ U/ D_ H HEAD_ U/ D_ L VCC TP73 TP76 TP68TP65 GND COM0_ A GND COM0_ A GND COM0_ A GND GND HEAD_ TH VCC GND NCHG0 GND LAT0 GND CH0 NC SCK0_ YA SCK0_ Z A SI0_ YA SI0_ Z A 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 GND COM1_ A GND COM1_ A GND COM1_ A GND GND NC VCC GND NCHG1 GND LAT1 GND CH1 NC SCK1_ YA SCK1_ Z A SI1_ YA SI1_ Z A TP7 TP3 TP4 TP9 GND COM2_ A GND COM2_ A GND COM2_ A GND GND NC VCC GND NCHG2 GND LAT2 GND CH2 NC SCK2_ YA SCK2_ Z A SI2_ YA SI2_ Z A 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 52207-2190 ENC_ PHA ENC_ PHB VCC C44 CE0.

1u 10u/ 50V CN32 VHV2 VCC + C36 CN34 CN33 VCC CN47 TP2 VHV2 VCC VHV2 VHV2 VCC VHV1 VCC 4 HEAD 5 HEAD TP39 6 HEAD CN42 VCC CN55 VHV1 TP78 TP56 TP53TP54 VHV1 GND COM4_ B GND COM4_ B GND COM4_ B GND GND VCC NCHG4 GND LAT4 GND CH4 GND NC SCK4_ Z B SCK4_ YB SI4_ Z B SI4_ YB 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 TP40 TP41 TP42 52207-2190 TP43 TP47 TP44 TP46 52207-2190 TP17 TP8 TP5 TP6 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 VHV2 GND COM5_ B GND COM5_ B GND COM5_ B GND GND VCC NCHG5 GND LAT5 GND CH5 GND NC SCK5_ Z B SCK5_ YB SI5_ Z B SI5_ YB TP35 TP36 TP38 VHV2 GND COM6_ B GND COM6_ B GND COM6_ B GND GND VCC NCHG6 GND LAT6 GND CH6 GND NC SCK6_ Z B SCK6_ YB SI6_ Z B SI6_ YB 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 52207-2190 Sub Board _ 4/4 Circuit Diagram 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 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-STK 36FMN-STK 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_ Z A SI5_ YA SI5_ Z A SCK5_ YB SCK5_ Z B SI5_ YB SI5_ Z B 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_ Z A SCK4_ YA SI4_ Z A SI4_ YA SCK4_ Z B SCK4_ YB SI4_ Z B 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 TP57TP58 TP63TP64 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_ Z A SCK6_ YA SI6_ Z A SI6_ YA SCK6_ Z B SCK6_ YB SI6_ Z B SI6_ YB 36FMN-STK VCC CN58 TP48 CN49 VCC TP16 VCC CN44 TP77 2-29 TP50 TP51 TP52 TP49 52207-2190 52207-2190 TP75 TP74 TP70 TP71 GND COM4_ A GND COM4_ A GND COM4_ A GND GND NC VCC GND NCHG4 GND LAT4 GND CH4 NC SCK4_ YA SCK4_ Z A SI4_ YA SI4_ Z A 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 GND COM5_ A GND COM5_ A GND COM5_ A GND GND NC VCC GND NCHG5 GND LAT5 GND CH5 NC SCK5_ YA SCK5_ Z A SI5_ YA SI5_ Z A TP33 TP24 TP20 TP21 GND COM6_ A GND COM6_ A GND COM6_ A GND GND NC VCC GND NCHG6 GND LAT6 GND CH6 NC SCK6_ YA SCK6_ Z A SI6_ YA SI6_ Z A 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 52207-2190 To HEAD UP/ DOWN SENSOR VCC R26 1K R27 1K CN46 HEAD_ U/ D_ H HEAD_ U/ D_ L 1 2 3 4 5 6 PRINT CARRIAGE BOARD 2/ 2 53261-0690 2 .VHV2 C37 CE0.

1u 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 +19V +5V C15 CE0.2-5 TUC-1 WIRING MAP _ TUC-1 SW cw/ ccw SW Forward/ Reverce AC POWER POWER SW CN1 CN3 CN2 CN5 CN4 2 MAIN BOARD CN9 CN6 SENSOR MOTOR Main Board _ Circuit Diagram +5V R11 1K SW1 SW2 +5V R12 1K SW1 1 2 KHS02E 4 3 +19V +5V R8 1K R13 33 SENS1 CN1 1 2 HEC2305-01-250 CN3 1 2 3 B3P-VH CN6 SENSOR INPUT TO POWER SW CX29 1 2 3 5267-03A D4 19V TO POWER SW CN2 1 2 3 B3P-VH FL1 1 EXCELDR35V C10 non 6 + FL1 C8 100u/63V C3 CE0.1u C9 100u/63V TO MANUAL SW FORWARD OFF REVERSE 1 2 3 4 5 5267-05A + IC3 1 1SS355 L4960 7 7 L1 +5V TO MODE SELECT SW TAKEUP ON CW OFF TAKEUP ON CCW 1 2 3 4 5267-04A CN5 +5V R6 1K +5V R7 1K RA2 4 3 2 1 4 5 3 6 2 7 1 8 5 6 7 8 MODE_CW MODE_CCW TMFOR TMBACK 5 3 EXCELDR35V 4 2 EXBV8V330J C2 CE0.1u +19V 2 C19 CE0.7K IC5 3 2 1 C14 CE0.01u TD1 /RESET TMBACK TMFOR MODE_CCW MODE_CW C27 CE0.22u D1 D2FL20U D2 D2FL20U 2-30 GND GND I/O24 D7 I/O25 D6 I/O26 D5 I/O27 D4 I/O28 D3 I/O29 D2 I/O30 D1 I/O31 D0 I2 VCC GND GND VCC I/O32 E0 I/O33 E1 I/O34 E2 I/O35 E3 I/O36 E4 I/O37 E5 I/O38 E6 I/O39 E7 GND GND TMS TCK 4 GND TD1 I/O8 B7 I/O9 B6 I/O10 B5 I/O11 B4 I/O12 B3 I/O13 B2 I/O14 B1 I/O15 B0 I0/CLK0 VCC GND I1/CLK1 I/O16 C0 I/O17 C1 I/O18 C2 I/O19 C3 I/O20 C4 I/O21 C5 I/O22 C6 I/O23 C7 TMS TCK GND GND GND /TRST I/O55 G7 I/O54 G6 I/O53 G5 I/O52 G4 I/O51 G3 I/O50 G2 I/O49 G1 I/O48 G0 I4/CLK3 GND VCC I3/CLK2 I/O47 F0 I/O46 F1 I/O45 F2 I/O44 F3 I/O43 F4 I/O42 F5 I/O41 F6 I/O40 F7 TMS TCK 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 TD0 C25 CE1.1u +5V R5 4.7K R10 1K + C26 220u/63V 10 6 R20 0.56/2W C7 C31 CE0.033u 6 5 3 4 2 CL02BE181 C5 CE0.7K R15 15K D3 D5S6M C20 CE0.7K C16 CE0.01u 15 16 4 13 OPEN:MUTEON +5V R16 4.022u PWM f : 128Hz Duty : 47% (L=ON) 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 +5V CLK1 TU IN TU STORE TU OUT TU LOAD TU CLK C24 CE1.7K REF FB INV1 NONI1 INV2 NONI2 DEAD OC GND +5 +5V 8 9 11 10 14 12 C6 CE0.0uF /RESET CLK1 7 2 3 + C11 10u/35V SNS RST RSTIN GND VREF CT +5 R2 10K 5 1 C1 CE0.1u C4 CE0.1u +5V 8 R1 10K +5V +5V IC1 TL7705CP-B C22 CE1.7K IC2 R TRIG GND CVolt VCC 4 2 5 Q DIS THR 3 R4 7 47K 6 NE555P 1 C17 CE0.01u R18 4.0uF C23 CE1.0uF SW1 SW2 IN1 IN2 MTRON 4 3 2 1 SENS1 4 5 3 6 2 7 1 8 CN4 5 6 7 8 RA1 EXBV8V330J .022u 4 CN9 OUT1 IN2 OUT2 SENSE VREF GND BOOT2 3 1 8 BLACK RED 1 2 5566-02A EN IN1 VS R9 1K C1 E1 C2 E2 C R IC6 11 IN1 IN2 5 7 9 BOOT1 7 5 6 UPC494GS C18 L6203 CE0.022u R19 4.1u CE0.1u R3 100K + C21 C12 10u/35V CE2200p R14 4.0uF 8 GND 100 GND 99 I/O7 A7 98 I/O6 A6 97 I/O5 A5 96 I/O4 A4 95 I/O3 A3 94 I/O2 A2 93 I/O1 A1 92 I/O0 A0 91 VCC 90 GND 89 GND 88 VCC 87 I5 86 I/O63 H0 85 I/O62 H1 84 I/O61 H2 83 I/O60 H3 82 I/O59 H4 81 I/O58 H5 80 I/O57 H6 79 I/O56 H7 78 GND 77 GND 76 C13 CE0.01u MTRON R17 4.

2-6 HEATER BOARD Arrangement Diagram_Component Side 2 2-31 .

Heater Board_Circuit Diagram 2 2-32 .

15A Function D/A CONVERTER(CYAN) D/A CONVERTER(MAGENTA) D/A CONVERTER(YELLOW) D/A CONVERTER(BLACK) D/A CONVERTER(LIGHT MAGENTA/MAGENTA) D/A CONVERTER(LIGHT CYAN/CYAN) D/A CONVERTER(CYAN) D/A CONVERTER(MAGENTA) D/A CONVERTER(YELLOW) D/A CONVERTER(BLACK) D/A CONVERTER(LIGHT MAGENTA/MAGENTA) D/A CONVERTER(LIGHT CYAN/CYAN) 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/MAGENTA) TRANSISTOR for HEAD DRIVER(LIGHT CYAN/CYAN) 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/MAGENTA) TRANSISTOR for HEAD DRIVER(LIGHT CYAN/CYAN) 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/MAGENTA) TRANSISTOR for HEAD DRIVER(LIGHT CYAN/CYAN) 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/MAGENTA) TRANSISTOR for HEAD DRIVER(LIGHT CYAN/CYAN) HEAD POWER SUPPLY HEAD POWER FUSE(LIGHT CYAN/LIGHT MAGENTA) HEAD POWER FUSE(YELLOW/BLACK) HEAD POWER FUSE(CYAN/MAGENTA) 2-33 . Parts No. Parts No. IC17 15169124 IC18 15169124 SERVO BOARD IC No. IC2 15189105 IC3 15189105 IC4 15189105 Q4 15119122 HEAD BOARD IC No. Parts No. IC50 15159127 IC51 15159127 IC52 15159127 IC54 15159127 IC55 15159127 IC56 15159127 IC58 15159127 IC59 15159127 IC60 15159127 IC62 15159127 IC63 15159127 IC64 15159127 TR2 15129121 TR3 15129122 TR6 15129121 TR7 15129122 TR10 15129121 TR11 15129122 TR18 15129122 TR19 15129121 TR22 15129122 TR23 15129121 TR26 15129122 TR27 15129121 TR34 15129121 TR35 15129122 TR38 15129121 TR39 15129122 TR42 15129121 TR43 15129122 TR50 15129122 TR51 15129121 TR54 15129122 TR55 15129121 TR58 15129122 TR59 15129121 TR65 15119122 F2 12559102 F3 12559102 F4 12559102 Revised 3 Description LM1086IS-ADJ LM1086IS-ADJ Function +3.15A MMCT 3.15A MMCT 3.3V VOLTAGE REGULATOR +1.8V VOLTAGE REGULATOR Description MTD2005 MTD2005 MTD2005 2SJ535 Function MOTOR DRIVER for Right PUMP MOTOR DRIVER for Left PUMP MOTOR DRIVER for Middle PUMP MOTOR POWER SUPPLY 2 Description E09A19RA E09A19RA E09A19RA E09A19RA E09A19RA E09A19RA E09A19RA E09A19RA E09A19RA E09A19RA E09A19RA E09A19RA 2SA1746 2SC4131 2SA1746 2SC4131 2SA1746 2SC4131 2SC4131 2SA1746 2SC4131 2SA1746 2SC4131 2SA1746 2SA1746 2SC4131 2SA1746 2SC4131 2SA1746 2SC4131 2SC4131 2SA1746 2SC4131 2SA1746 2SC4131 2SA1746 2SJ535 MMCT 3.2-7 MAINTENANCE PARTS LIST _ Electrical Parts MAIN BOARD IC No.

Time : 40min.> HEAD BOARD REPLACEMENT : 10min.(3 pcs. FAN ON THE HEAD BOARD CHECK Adj. THERMISTER CHECK WIPER REPLACEMENT : 5min. LCD/LED//BUZ CHECK *5 2. 3-1 . THERMISTER CHECK 3. *4 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [CLOCK CHECK]. > 4. INK TYPE SETTING 14. AGING 3. and the referential time for each work are described as follows. LIMIT & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE 11. Time : 67min. CHECKING THE CAP HEIGHT *7 Adj. FIRMWARE INSTALLATION 4. Time : 3min. > Adj. CAP & WIPER CHECK *2 8. SERVO BOARD REPLACEMENT : 25min. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP 12. CHECKING THE CAP HEIGHT *7 Adj. 1. Time : 13min. 1. PUMP TIMES CLEAR < Total Time : 25min. PUMP REPLACEMENT : 25min.3 Replacement of Main Parts The necessary adjustments after the replacement of each part. <Total Time : 20min.) 1. SERIAL NUMBER INPUT *1 7. *2 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [CAP&WIPER CHECK].) < Total Time : 75min. *3 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [SENSOR CHECK]. BATTERY INSTALLATION 3. 1. KEY CHECK *6 < Total Time : 10min. 1. 2. 1. 1. < Total Time : 70min. SERVO LOCK CHECK 2. HEAD ALIGNMENT 2. WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT 2. Time : 2min. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP < Total Time : 28min. Time : 5min. HEAD UP/DOWN SENSOR CHECK *3 2. IP ADDRESS SETTING Adj. > CARRIAGE WIRE REPLACEMENT : 45min. PANEL BOARD REPLACEMENT : 7min. *6 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [KEY CHECK]. > 3.(6 pcs. FIRMWARE UPGRADE 2. *5 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [LCD/LED/BUZ CHK]. HEAD RANK SETTING 6. 1. Time : 5min.].(1 Head) NETWORK BOARD REPLACEMENT : 10min. 1. > Adj.CHECKING THE CAP HEIGHT *7 9. PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT 13. < Total Time : 82min. *1 Input the serial number in the [SERVICE MENU] > [SERIAL NO. Time : 3min. Time : 15min. (12 pcs. SENSOR CHECK 10. HEAD UP/DOWN SENSOR CHECK *3 < Total Time : 5min. HEAD REPLACEMENT : 12min. SYSTEM PARAMETER INITIALIZE 5. 3. Time : 5min. AGING Adj. > LINEAR ENCODER REPLACEMENT : 25min. MOTOR HOURS CLEAR < Total Time : 25min. < Total Time : 32min. *7 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [CAP ADJUST] > [CHECK GAP]. > CAP TOP REPLACEMENT : 30min. Time : 7min. BATTERY FLAG CLEAR *4 < Total Time : 7min. HEAD ALIGNMENT 15. < Total Time : 23min. > Adj. < Total Time : 60min. > < Total Time : 30min. HEAD INFORMATION CLEAR < Total Time : 17min.) 1. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP Adj. CALIBRATION Adj. PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT Adj. > CARRIAGE BOARD REPLACEMENT : 15min. DIP SW SETTING 2. THERMISTER CHECK 1. > BATTERY REPLACEMENT : 7min. > MAIN BOARD REPLACEMENT : 15min. 1.> INK TUBE REPLACEMENT : 75min. > CARRIAGE MOTOR REPLACEMENT : 20min. LIMIT & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE 3. 1.

Revised 8 To prevent static damage. discharge static electricity from your body before you touch any of electronic components. 3-1 HEAD REPLACEMENT Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing the Left. When transporting a sensitive component. Just before unwrapping the antistatic packaging. You can do so by touching an unpainted metal surface on the chassis. [ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 3-2 . [ ]. be sure to discharge static electricity from your body. Handle all sensitive components in a static-safe area. do not remove the component from the antistatic packing material until you are ready to install the component to the machine. [ ]. first place it in an antistatic container or packaging. Right and Down keys to enter the SERVICE MODE. If possible. You can also take the following steps to prevent damage from electrostatic discharge (ESD): When unpacking a static-sensitive component from its shipping carton. use antistatic floor pads and workbench pads.

and select the group which you want to remove the INK of. Input the HEAD RANK by selecting the digit with the Left and Right keys. select the Head No. ** The Head No. Right and Down keys to enter the SERVICE MODE. because the sticker which the head rank is written on will be hidden once the head is installed. [HEAD 3] from the head at the left end in order. of the head that you are going to replace and input the HEAD RANK written on the new head. select [INK CONTROL] > [PUMP UP].2 From the menu (NOT from the service menu). HEAD RANK SERVICE MENU HEAD RANK [ HEAD RANK HEAD 1 [ HEAD RANK 1 5CY2F2F (1/5) [ENTER] ] ] 5CY2F2F 3-3 . [ ]. MENU INK CONTROL [ INK CONTROL PUMP UP ] PUMP UP ALL PUMP UP A GROUP PUMP UP B GROUP PUMP UP C GROUP PUMP UP A-B GROUP PUMP UP B-C GROUP PUMP UP A-C GROUP 3 Input the HEAD RANK of the head which is going to be installed. becomes [HEAD 1]. MENU SERVICE MENU 4 In [HEAD RANK] menu. Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing the Left. [HEAD 2]. [ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key Make sure to input the HEAD RANK before replacing the head. and changing the parameters with the Up and Down keys. [ ]. Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.

and then turn off the MAIN POWER SW. The head or main board could break. and press the [ENTER] key. 8 Remove the CARRIAGE COVER. The CAPPING UNIT moves down and allows you to move the HEAD CARRIAGE by hand. CARRIAGE COVER 3-4 . otherwise.5 Remove the RIGHT I/S COVER. RIGHT I/S COVER 6 Select [CAP&WIPER CTRL] > [CAP] > [OPEN]. < REAR VIEW > MAIN POWER SW Be sure to turn off the MAIN POWER SW when replacing the head. SERVICE MENU CAP&WIPER CTRL [ CAP&WIPER CTRL CAP [ CAP OPEN [ENTER] ] ] 7 Turn off the SUB POWER SW. It is recommended to disconnect the AC code.

12 Remove the SPRING. Be sure to remove and fix the INK DAMPER with the HEAD BOARD COVER fixed.9 Remove the DAMPER PLATE and remove the 2 INK DAMPERs from the HEAD which will be replaced. 10 Remove the HEAD BOARD COVER (the transparent cover). It could break. and remove the 3 screws fixing the HEAD in order as shown in the figure. Then. pull the HEAD towards the front and pull it up to remove it. 11 Disconnect the 2 flexible cables from the HEAD. DAMPER PLATE Do not hold both sides of the INK DAMPER so hard. 2 1 3 SPRING 3-5 . It prevents the ink from dropping on the HEAD BOARD.

1 SPRING 15 Connect the 2 flexible cables to the HEAD BOARD. ADAPTER 14 Install the HEAD to the head carriage and fix the 3 screws temporarily. Use the 2kgf·cm torque driver (ST-056) to tighten up the screws. HEAD Make sure to fix the HEAD by pressing it to the bottom left corner of the ADAPTER. 2 3 Use the 2kgf·cm torque driver (ST-056) to tighten up the screws. Do not connect cable to the wrong connecter. It is not necessary to fix the cover with the NYLON LIVET. 16 Fix the HEAD BOARD COVER temporarily. because the cover needs to be removed for the HEAD ALIGNMENT. 3-6 . fix the SPRING and tighten up the 3 screws in order as shown in the figure. Then.13 Remove the HEAD from the ADAPTER and fix the new HEAD to the ADAPTER. The HEAD BOARD COVER should be fixed to prevent the ink from dropping on the HEAD BOARD when fixing the INK DAMPERs.

select [INK CONTROL] > [HEAD REPLACE].17 Replace the 2 new INK DAMPERs. Right and Down keys to enter the SERVICE MODE. You can connect either INK DAMPER to the either connector on the HEAD. [ ]. MENU INK CONTROL [ INK CONTROL HEAD REPLACE ] HEAD REPLACE ALL HEAD REPLACE A GROUP HEAD REPLACE B GROUP HEAD REPLACE C GROUP HEAD REPLACE A-B GROUP HEAD REPLACE B-C GROUP HEAD REPLACE A-C GROUP 3-7 . Do not hold both sides of the INK DAMPER so hard. and fix to the HEAD. however. and press the ENTER key. [ ]. and select the group which you want to fill INK of. [ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 19 From the menu (NOT from the service menu). Make sure to replace the DAMPERs when the HEAD is replaced. It could break. basically please 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. 18 Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing the Left.

SERVICE MENU HISTORY MENU [ HISTORY MENU HEAD GROUP ] HEAD GROUP CLEAR H1 HEAD GROUP CLEAR H2 HEAD GROUP CLEAR H3 HEAD GROUP CLEAR H4 HEAD GROUP CLEAR H5 HEAD GROUP CLEAR H6 HEAD GROUP CLEAR ALL < NOTE for fixing the DAMPER PLATE > When you fix the DAMPER PLATE after the above adjustments. 3-8 . Select the HEAD you replaced and press the ENTER key. 1. clear the HEAD INFORMATION from the SERVICE MENU > HISTORY MENU > HEAD GROUP. DAMPER PLATE * Fix the screws at the bottom of the long screw hole. HEAD ALIGNMENT 3. make sure not to press it down to the DAMPERs. HEAD INFORMATION CLEAR 4. THERMISTER CHECK 2. CHECKING THE CAP HEIGHT HOW TO CLEAR THE HEAD INFORMATION After THERMISTER CHECK and HEAD ALIGNMENT.20 Enter the SERVICE MODE and perform the following adjustments.

MAINTENANCE WIPER REPLACE NOW PROCESSING. 3-9 . The head moves to the left side. remove the RIGHT I/S COVERs. 3 Make sure the screen shown in the figure is displayed.. 2 Select [WIPER REPLACE] and press the [ENTER] key. Then.3-2 WIPER REPLACEMENT 1 Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing the [CLEANING] key to enter the maintenance mode. FINISHED WIPER REPLACEMENT? RIGHT I/S COVER 4 Using tweezers. grasp the bottom portion of the wiper and take it off the hook.

5 Remove the WIPER and install the new one. RIGHT I/S COVER 3-10 . 6 Use the tweezers to press the area shown in the figure and engage the WIPER on the hook. The head carriage moves back to the standby position and the head cleaning starts automatically. Make sure to engage it on the hook. Make sure to fix the wiper so that the rubber side faces the front. it may fall off during use. 7 Fix the RIGHT I/S COVER and press the [ENTER] key. If the WIPER is not hooked. When the head cleaning finishes. the sub power will be turned off.

RIGHT I/S COVER 2 Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing the Left. Be careful that the head does not strike the media or media clamp. [ ]. 3-11 . The CAPPING UNIT moves down and allows you to move the HEAD CARRIAGE by hand. [ ]. SERVICE MENU CAP&WIPER CTRL [ CAP&WIPER CTRL CAP [ CAP OPEN [ENTER] ] ] 4 Move the HEAD CARRIAGE slowly leftwards so that it is not above the capping unit.3-3 CAP TOP REPLACEMENT 1 Remove the RIGHT I/S COVER. and press the [ENTER] key. Right and Down keys to enter the SERVICE MODE. [ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 3 Select [CAP&WIPER CTRL] > [CAP] > [OPEN].

because the capping unit moves up in 3 steps. and press the [ENTER] key. there is a danger of connecting to a wrong tube.5 Remove the INNER I/S COVER. Keep the JOINT TUBE for connecting the tube of the new CAP TOP. The capping unit moves up. JOINT TUBE Make sure to replace the CAP TOP one by one. INNER I/S COVER 6 Select [CAP&WIPER CTRL] > [CAP] > [UP]. If you disconnect the plural tubes at the same time. < REAR VIEW > MAIN POWER SW 8 Disconnect the tube (Black) of the CAP TOP from the tube (White) of the PUMP. 3-12 . SERVICE MENU CAP&WIPER CTRL [ CAP&WIPER CTRL CAP [ CAP UP [ENTER] ][ ] ] 7 Turn off the SUB POWER SW. and then turn off the MAIN POWER SW. Press the [ENTER] key 3 times.

Make sure the SPRING is properly fixed under the CAP TOP.9 Unhook the CAP FRAME with holding it by the other hand. 12 Fix the CAP FRAME. CAP TOP 11 Fix the new CAP TOP. Make sure to fix it so that the tube side faces the front. 10 Remove the CAP TOP together with the tube. The CAP TOP will jump out unless you hold the cap frame when removing it. There is a SPRING under the CAP TOP. CAP TOP Make sure not to touch the sponge. CAP FRAME 3-13 . and remove it. CAP FRAME Make sure to hold the CAP FRAME.

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Connect the tube of the CAP TOP to the tube of the PUMP using the JOINT TUBE. Then, replace the other CAP TOPs in the same way.

JOINT TUBE

You can connect either tube of the CAP TOP to the either tube of the PUMP.

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Fix the INNER I/S COVER.

INNER I/S COVER

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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.

[

], [

], [

] + POWER ON

[MENU] key

MENU SERVICE MENU

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Select [CAP&WIPER CTRL] > [CAP] > [OPEN], and press the [ENTER] key. The capping unit moves down.

SERVICE MENU CAP&WIPER CTRL [ CAP&WIPER CTRL CAP [ CAP OPEN [ENTER] ] ]

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17

Move the HEAD CARRIAGE by hand to the standby position.

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Select [CAP&WIPER CTRL] > [CAP] > [UP], 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

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Fix the RIGHT I/S cover Enter the SERVICE MODE and perform the following adjustment. 1.CAP HEIGHT CHECK

RIGHT I/S COVER

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3-4 CARRIAGE MOTOR REPLACEMENT

1

Turn off the MAIN POWER SW.

< REAR VIEW >
MAIN POWER SW

2

Remove the RIGHT I/S COVER.

RIGHT I/S COVER

3

Remove the PANEL COVER. Be sure to disconnect the flexible cable connected to the PANEL BOARD.

PANEL COVER

4

Remove the SPRING.

SPRING

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8 Connect the 2 cables to the MOTOR and fix the FLANGE with the 2 screws temporarily. FLANGE Be careful with the fixing direction of the FLANGE. FLANGE 7 Remove the MOTOR from the FLANGE. Disconnect the 2 cables from the MOTOR then. CONNECTOR 6 Remove the screws fixing the FLANGE and remove the MOTOR together with the FLANGE.5 Disconnect the connector of the encoder cable. Fix the new MOTOR to the FLANGE. 3-17 . The red cable should be connected to the red connector. FLANGE Be careful not to connect the cable to the wrong connector.

[ ]. Then. After turning on the main power.9 Fix the SPRING. Apply a proper quantity of grease (P/# 21675101 FLOIL GE-676 BLACK) between gears. tighten up the 2 screws to fix the FLANGE with checking the gears mesh without backlash. [ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 3-18 . PANEL COVER 12 Perform the SERVO LOCK CHECK. [ ]. SPRING 10 Connect the connector of the encoder cable. CONNECTOR 11 Connect the PANEL CABLE to the PANEL BOARD. Right and Down keys to enter the SERVICE MODE. turn on the sub power while pressing the Left. and fix the PANEL COVER. Tie the cables as shown in the figure to prevent the connector from being disconnected.

SERVO LOCK S: 1688 [ENTER] SERVO LOCK S:* 1688 15 Check the AGING. select [S]. SERVICE MENU HISTORY MENU [ HISTORY MENU MOTOR GROUP [ MOTOR HOURS S 1653 hours [ MOTOR HOURS S CLEAR [ENTER] ] ] [ ] ] 3-19 . and select [AGING] > [SCAN] and press the [ENTER] key. Go back the SERVICE MENU. Go back to the SERVICE MENU. Make sure the MOTOR is locked and the value on the LCD doesn't change. Move the head carriage left and right by hand and make sure the value on the LCD changes depending on the head position. Make sure the machine do the AGING and finish it. SERVICE MENU SERVO LOCK [ SERVO LOCK S: 3 ] 14 Press the [ENTER] key to excite the MOTOR.13 In [SERVO LOCK] menu. AGING SCAN 16 Clear the motor working hours. The motor working hours will be reset to 0. SERVICE MENU AGING [ ] Do the AGING with the head set at the HIGH position for its safety. and select [HISTORY MENU] > [MOTOR GROUP] > [MOTOR HOURS S] > [CLEAR] and press the [ENTER] key.

[ ]. and then turn off the MAIN POWER SW.3-5 PUMP REPLACEMENT 1 Remove the RIGHT I/S COVER. The CAPPING UNIT moves down and allows you to move the HEAD CARRIAGE by hand. [ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 3 Select [CAP&WIPER CTRL] > [CAP] > [OPEN]. SERVICE MENU CAP&WIPER CTRL [ CAP&WIPER CTRL CAP [ CAP OPEN [ENTER] ] ] 4 Turn off the SUB POWER SW. RIGHT I/S COVER 2 Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing the Left. [ ]. < REAR VIEW > MAIN POWER SW 3-20 . and press the [ENTER] key. Right and Down keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

5 Move the HEAD CARRIAGE slowly leftwards. If you disconnect the tubes of the plural PUMPs at the same time. INNER I/S COVER 7 Disconnect the tube (Black) of the CAP TOP from the tube (White) of the PUMP. Keep the JOINT TUBE for connecting the tube of the new PUMP. Make sure to fix the 2 projection parts of the PUMP to the holes of the FRAME. PUMP 8 Remove the PUMP and replace it to the new one. Then put the 2 longer tubes into the DRAIN TUBE. 6 Remove the INNER I/S COVER. Then. Be careful that the head does not strike the media or media clamp. 3-21 . replace the other 2 PUMPs in the same way. JOINT TUBE Make sure to replace the PUMP one by one. there is a danger of connecting to a wrong tube.

INNER I/S COVER 11 Move the HEAD CARRIAGE by hand to the standby position. turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing the Left. JOINT TUBE You can connect either tube of the CAP TOP to the either tube of the PUMP. [ ]. [ ]. Right and Down keys to enter the SERVICE MODE. 12 Turn on the MAIN POWER SW. [ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 3-22 . Then. PUMP 10 Fix the INNER I/S COVER.9 Connect the tube of the CAP TOP to the tube of the PUMP using the JOINT TUBE.

and select [HISTORY MENU] > [MOTOR GROUP]. and select the PUMP you replaced and clear the time. 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. and press the [ENTER] key to move up the capping unit 1 step.13 Select [CAP&WIPER CTRL] > [CAP] > [UP]. Then press the [ENTER] key twice more to cap the heads with adjusting the position of the head carriage. SERVICE MENU HISTORY MENU [ HISTORY MENU MOTOR GROUP ] PUMP TIMES A 122 HOURS PUMP TIMES B 105 HOURS PUMP TIMES C 111 HOURS PUMP TIMES A CLEAR PUMP TIMES B CLEAR PUMP TIMES C CLEAR 3-23 . GUIDE GUIDE 14 Clear the pump times. Go back to the SERVICE MENU.

LEFT and RIGHT I/S COVERs RIGHT TOP COVER FRONT and REAR RAIL COVERs FRONT COVER FRONT RAIL COVER REAR RAIL COVER RIGHT I/S COVER RIGHT TOP COVER LEFT I/S COVER FRONT COVER 4 Remove the CARRIAGE COVER. CARRIAGE COVER 3-24 . MENU INK CONTROL INK CONTROL EMPTY MODE INK CONTROL PUMP UP 2 Turn off the SUB POWER SW. the SUB POWER will be automatically turned off. and then turn off the MAIN POWER SW.3-6 INK TUBE REPLACEMENT 1 Turn on the SUB POWER SW and perform the [PUMP UP] from the [INK CONTROL] menu. < REAR VIEW > MAIN POWER SW 3 Remove the following covers. When it finishes.

JOINT REAR VIEW OF MACHINE 3-25 . It is not necessary to replace the INK TUBEs of the other side of the JOINTs. Then. 6 Remove the GUIDE PLATEs of the CABLE BEAR and the CABLE GUIDEs.5 Remove the clear cover fixed on the CARRIAGE BOARD. take out the flexible cables from the CABLE BEAR. and put the scotch tape at the tip of the INK TUBEs to prevent the ink from coming out. disconnect all the 6 flexible cables that are coming from the CABLE BEAR. Then. Make sure not to replace the INK TUBEs of different colors at the same time. There is a danger of connecting wrongly when fixing the new ones. and remove the 4 NYLON LIVETs fixing the clear plates. and put the scotch tape at the tip of the ink tubes to prevent the ink from coming out. 8 Disconnect the INK TUBEs from the JOINTs. GUIDE PLATE Blank CABLE GUIDE REAR VIEW OF MACHINE 7 Disconnect the INK TUBEs from the INK DAMPERs.

Lc M Y Lm C M CK 11 Connect the new INK TUBEs to the JOINTs.9 Pull out the INK TUBEs from the CABLE BEAR. 12 3-26 . Be careful which hole of the TUBE GUIDE should be used for each INK TUBE. JOINT REAR VIEW OF MACHINE Cut the INK TUBEs at appropriate length and connect them to the INK DAMPERs. and mark the INK TUBEs to indicate the color of the ink. Then. Then mark the INK TUBEs to indicate the color of the ink. replace the other INK TUBEs in the same way. 10 Put the new INK TUBEs in the CABLE BEAR.

TUBE GUIDE REAR VIEW OF MACHINE Blank Make the 3 positions for the GUIDE PLATE blank at the other TUBE GUIDEs. 14 Put back the GUIDE PLATEs and the CABLE GUIDEs.13 Connect the 6 FLEXIBLE CABLEs to the CARRIAGE BOARD and fix the NYLON LIVETs to fix the CLEAR PLATEs. Make 1 position for the GUIDE PLATE blank at the edge of the CABLE BEAR. TUBE GUIDE GUIDE PLATE Blank CABLE GUIDE REAR VIEW OF MACHINE 3-27 . Do not fix CABLE GUIDE here. GUIDE PLATE Blank CABLE GUIDE REAR VIEW OF MACHINE Make the 3 positions for the GUIDE PLATE blank at the TUBE GUIDE. Fix the CABLE GUIDE at the position shown in the figure. Fix the CABLE GUIDE at the first GUIDE PLATE after the blank.

3-7 BOARDS REPLACEMENT (Head / Servo / Network / Main Board / SW Power Supply) BOARD LAYOUT (IN CHASSIS) 1. When the Heater Board Stay and the Shild Stay are removed Head Board Servo Board SW Power Supply AC Junction Board Network Board Main Board 3-28 . When the Board Cover is opened Heater Board Stay Shield Stay 2.

1 Turn off the MAIN POWER SW. RIGHT TOP COVER BOARD COVER RIGHT I/S COVER 3 Remove the SHIELD STAY. SHIELD STAY 3-29 . BOARD COVER and RIGHT I/S COVER . REAR VIEW MAIN POWER SW 2 Remove the RIGHT TOP COVER.

36.40 CN-31 CN-30 1 Disconnect the CABLEs from the HEAD BOARD.39.38.37. 3-30 .HEAD BOARD REPLACEMENT HEAD BOARD CONNECTOR LAYOUT CN-34 CN-35. 2 Remove the screws and disconnect the CONNECTOR.

1.3 Replace the HEAD BOARD to the new one. THERMISTER CHECK 2. FAN ON THE HEAD BOARD 3-31 . 5 Carry out the following checks. HEAD UP/DOWN SENSOR CHECK 3. 4 Connect all the CABLEs to the HEAD BOARD.

3-32 .SERVO BOARD REPLACEMENT SERVO BOARD CONNECTOR LAYOUT CN15 CN13 CN9 CN8 CN7 CN4 CN1 CN2 CN18 CN17 CN16 CN11 1 Disconnect all the CABLEs from the SERVO BOARD. 2 Replace the SERVO BOARD to new one.

4 Carry out the following checking. 1.3 Connect all the CABLEs to the SERVO BOARD. AGING 3-33 .

IP ADDRESS SETTING 3-34 . 3 Fix the NETWORK BOARD with 2 SCREWs. Replace it to the new one and connect it. 4 Carry out the following adjustment.NETWORK BOARD REPLACEMENT 1 Remove the 2 SCREWs. 1. 2 Disconnect the NETWORK BOARD from the MAIN BOARD. FIRMWARE UPGRADE 2.

3-35 . We recommend to use the Service Tool "Peck.MAIN BOARD REPLACEMENT MAIN BOARD CONNECTOR LAYOUT CN1 CN7 CN3 CN14 CN12 CN4 1 Disconnect all the CABLEs which are connected to the MAIN BOARD.exe" to receive the all settings. SERVO BOARD and HEAD BOARD. Make sure to print out the SERVICE REPORT or take a note of the HEAD RANK before replacing the MAIN BOARD. 2 Remove the NETWORK BOARD.

5 Fix the SERVO BOARD and HEAD BOARD. 6 Fix the NETWORK BOARD. 4 Replace the MAIN BOARD to the new one.3 Remove the SERVO BOARD and HEAD BOARD. 3-36 .

*7 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [CAP ADJUST] > [CHECK GAP].]. BATTERY INSTALLATION 3. CHECKING THE CAP HEIGHT *7 9. SYSTEM PARAMETER INITIALIZE 5. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP 12. If you use the Peck. HEAD ALIGNMENT 15. CAP & WIPER CHECK *2 8. CALIBRATION *1 Input the serial number in the [SERVICE MENU] > [SERIAL NO. PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT 13. *2 It can be performed in the [SERVICE MENU] > [CAP&WIPER CHECK]. INK TYPE SETTING 14.exe and receive & sent the data. it is not necessary to carry out the under lined parts. SENSOR CHECK 10. FIRMWARE INSTALLATION 4. LIMIT & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE 11.7 Connect all the CABLEs. 1. 3-37 . SERIAL NUMBER INPUT *1 7. 8 Carry out the following adjustments and settings. HEAD RANK SETTING 6. DIP SW SETTING 2.

SW POWER SUPPLY REPLACEMENT SW POWER SUPPLY CONNECTOR LAYOUT To the [CN34] on the HEAD BOARD To the FAN To the [CN16] on the SERVO BOARD To the [CN1] on the AC JUNCTION BOARD 1 Remove the HEATER BOARD STAY together with the AC JUNCTION BOARD. 3-38 . HEATER BOARD STAY AC JUNCTION BOARD 2 Disconnect all the CABLEs.

3-39 .3 Remove the SW POWER SUPPLY together with the FAN and replace it to the new one. 4 Connect all the CABLEs.

It may cause heat. BOARD COVER and RIGHT I/S COVER . explosion and fire. Put tape around the lithium battery for insulation for disposal or preservation. disassembly the lithium battery. RIGHT TOP COVER BOARD COVER RIGHT I/S COVER 3-40 . explosion and fire.3-8 BATTERY REPLACEMENT Do not recharge. It may cause heat. short-circuit. Revised 5 1 Turn off the SUB POWER SW. nor put it into fire. REAR VIEW MAIN POWER SW 2 Remove the RIGHT TOP COVER. and then turn off the MAIN POWER SW.

SHIELD STAY 4 Remove the BATTERY on the MAIN BOARD by pushing it down and tilting towards right.3 Remove the SHIELD STAY. SOCKET 1 2 MAIN BOARD 5 Replace the BATTERY with new one. SOCKET Be careful with the direction of the BATTERY. BATTERY MAIN BOARD Fix the SHIELD STAY. 6 3-41 .

BOARD COVER and RIGHT I/S RIGHT TOP COVER BOARD COVER RIGHT I/S COVER 3-42 . REAR VIEW MAIN POWER SW 10 COVER . [ ]. and then turn off the MAIN POWER SW.7 Turn on the MAIN POWER SW and turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing the Left. [ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 8 Clear the BATTERY FLAG from the [CLOCK CHECK] menu in the SERVICE MODE. SERVICE MENU CLOCK CHECK CLOCK CHECK B 0y00d00h00m00s CLOCK CHECK CLEAR BAT FLAG [ENTER] Revised 5 9 Turn off the SUB POWER SW. Right and Down keys to enter the SERVICE MODE. [ ]. Fix the RIGHT TOP COVER.

PUTTING INTO FIRE. SHORT-CIRCUIT. HEATING. DON'T PUT BATTERY WITH OTHER METAL OR BATTERY. RECHARGE. FOLLOWING MAY CAUSE EXPLOSION OF BATTERY. DISASSEMBLY.11 Dispose the BATTERY. DISPOSE BATTERY WITHOUT INSULATION. 3-43 .

3 Loosen the screw fixing the HEAD CARRIAGE to the CARRIAGE WIRE. LEFT and RIGHT I/S COVERs PANEL COVER LEFT and RIGHT TOP COVERs FRONT and REAR RAIL COVERs FRONT COVER LEFT SIDE COVER LEFT TOP COVER FRONT RAIL COVER REAR RAIL COVER RIGHT TOP COVER FRONT COVER LEFT SIDECOVER LEFT I/S COVER PANEL COVER RIGHT I/S COVER Be sure to disconnect the flexible cable connected to the PANEL BOARD when removing the PANEL COVER. TOP VIEW 3-44 .3-9 CARRIAGE WIRE REPLACEMENT 1 Turn off the MAIN POWER SW. REAR VIEW MAIN POWER SW 2 Remove the following covers.

4 Loosen the 2 screws and then the ADJUSTMENT SCREW in order to loosen the wire tension. 6 Loosen the screws fixing the MOTOR FLANGE. then remove the SPRING. FLANGE SPRING 7 Remove the SHAFT STAY and the E RING. ADJUSTMENT SCREW 5 Remove the CARRIAGE WIRE as shown in the figure. SHAFT STAY E RING 3-45 . then remove the DRIVE PULLEY from the shaft.

3-46 . 9 Fix one end of the new WIRE and fix the DRIVE GEAR to the DRIVE PULLEY with the screws. Then. fix the SHAFT STAY. SHAFT STAY E RING 11 Wind the CARRIAGE WIRE around the DRIVE PULLEY from bottom to the top. and fix the other end of the WIRE.8 Remove the screws fixing the DRIVE GEAR and remove the CARRIAGE WIRE from the PULLEY. Make sure that the CARRIAGE WIRE does not cross over. 10 Put the DRIVE PULLEY into the shaft and fix it with the E RING.

Fix the SPRING. TOP VIEW 3-47 . Tighten the ADJUSTMENT SCREW and remove the slack in Do not tigten it too tightly. then tighten up the 2 screws to fix the FLANGE SPRING 13 the Wire. Rotate the DRIVE PULLEY until the CARRIAGE WIRE 15 Fix the HEAD CARRIAGE to the CARRIAGE WIRE.12 FLANGE with checking the gears mesh without backlash. ADJUSTMENT SCREW 14 comes to its second wind from the top.

and fix the PANEL COVER. Then. turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing the Left. LIMIT POSITION & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE 3. [ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 18 Select [CAP&WIPER CTRL] > [CAP] > [OPEN]. WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT 2. PANEL COVER 17 Turn on the MAIN POWER SW.16 Connect the PANEL CABLE to the PANEL BOARD. SERVICE MENU CAP&WIPER CTRL [ CAP&WIPER CTRL CAP [ CAP OPEN [ENTER] ] ] 19 RAIL several times to remove the slack in the CARRIAGE WIRE. [ ]. Then. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP Move the HEAD CARRIAGE in a whole width of the GUIDE 3-48 . The CAPPING UNIT moves down and allows you to move the HEAD CARRIAGE by hand. [ ]. Right and Down keys to enter the SERVICE MODE. and press the [ENTER] key. 1. carry out the following adjustments.

Right and Down keys to enter the SERVICE MODE. LEFT and RIGHT I/S COVERs RIGHT TOP COVER FRONT and REAR RAIL COVERs FRONT COVER FRONT RAIL COVER REAR RAIL COVER RIGHT I/S COVER RIGHT TOP COVER LEFT I/S COVER FRONT COVER 2 Remove the PLATE. SERVICE MENU CAP&WIPER CTRL [ CAP&WIPER CTRL CAP [ CAP OPEN [ENTER] ] ] 3-49 . PLATE 3 Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing the Left. [ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 4 Select [CAP&WIPER CTRL] > [CAP] > [OPEN]. [ ]. [ ]. The CAPPING UNIT moves down and allows you to move the HEAD CARRIAGE by hand.3-10 ENCODER SCALE REPLACEMENT 1 Remove the following covers. and press the [ENTER] key.

Then.5 Move the HEAD CARRIAGE slowly leftwards. fix the right end with the PLATE and hook up the SPRING on the left end. Be careful that the head does not strike the media or media clamp. 8 Put the ENCODER SCALE in between the ENCODER PLATE and the GUIDE RAIL. 3-50 . ENCODER SCALE SPRING PLATE 7 Remove the SPRING PLATE from the ENCODER SCALE and fix it to the ENCODER SCALE where there is no black dot written on it. 6 Remove the ENCODER SCALE by removing the PLATE fixing the ENCODER SCALE at its right end and the SPRING on its left end. SPRING PLATE BLACK DOT Make sure not make scratches or put grease on the ENCODER SCALE when fixing it. Make sure that the ENCODER SCALE its in place. ENCODER SCALE SPRING PLATE Do not loosen or tighten the screws fixing the ENCODER PLATE.

Make sure that the ENCODER SCALE doesn't make contact with the ENCODER MODULE and also ENCODER SCALE is between the slit of the ENCODER MODULE. 10 Carry out the LINEAR ENCODER SETUP. 3-51 .9 Move the HEAD CARRIAGE in a whole width of the machine.

Tool Name Purpose ST-056 TORQUE DRIVER N6 HEAD ALIGNMENT ST-011 TENSION METER WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT ST-037 CLEAN STICK TX712A HEAD CLEANING 21755107 CLEANING LIQUID (SL) 500ML HEAD CLEANING (SOL) 22085118 KIT. 4-1 . Tool No.4 Adjustment 4-1 Special Tools Table shows a list of special tools recommended by Roland DG Corp. Tool Name Purpose Tool No. Tool Name Purpose Tool No. Tool Name Purpose Tool No.CLEANING (SL) HEAD CLEANING (SOL) * Cleaning Liquid + Cleaning Sticks 10 pcs. Tool Name Purpose Tool No.

W: Paper Side Sensor. Displaying the Cursor key of the LCD. * will be displayed. L: Pinch Roller Sensor. h: Wiper Height Sensor. W arning sound comes out when the CHECK SUM is not correct. 2. LED and the Buzzer can be performed. Press the [ ENTER] key to save the settings. CAP&WIPER CHECK COMPLETED This menu is used for checking the CAP & Wiper movement. w: Wiper sensor. of the machine. When there is any key that has not been pressed. c: Cap Sensor. While in this mode. 3. R: Rear Paper Sensor. SERVICE MENU SENSOR CHECK FRHCPULWcwh *** M *** 123456789101112 *** *EC** This menu displays the status of the sensors. The name of the key being pressed will be displayed This menu finishes when the [ ] key is pressed or it is left without pressing any key for 10 seconds. Wiper. SERVICE MENU CAP&WIPER CHECK CAP&WIPER CHECK NOW PROCESSING. Secondary power cannot be turned off even pressing the SUB POWER SW while in this mode. Wiper Up/ Down.[ ] + POWER ON [ MENU ] key SERVICE MENU HEAD RANK HEAD RANK HEAD 1 HEAD RANK 1 1234567 (1/5) HEAD RANK HEAD 6 HEAD RANK 6 1234567 (5/5) This menu is used for entering the HEAD RANK for each HEAD with 35 digit number and alphabet. Contrast ON/ OFF test of the LCD. The digits can be changed with [ ] and [ ] keys and parameters can be changed with [ ] and [ ] keys. the name of the key will be indicated with the beep sound.. Ink remaining C : Cartridge installed. LED and the Buzzer. SERVICE MENU SERIAL NO. ZT00000 This menu is used for entering the Serial No. L : Left I/ S Cover is ON. When the sensor is ON. back light test of LCD. The digits can be changed with [ ] and [ ] keys and parameters can be changed with [ ] and [ ] keys. Blank : Both I/ S Covers are OFF. Press the [ ENTER] key to check the Cap. Buzzer ON/ OFF test. * : Both I/ S Covers are ON. [ NONE] will be displayed at the bottom row of the LCD if no key is pressed. 4-2 . Head Height Sensor H : HIGH M : MIDDLE L : LOW Maintenance Cover Sensor R : Right I/ S Cover is ON. the function check of the LCD. Move the Carriage to the position where is on the Platen by hand. C: Front Cover Sensor. Ink empty * : Cartridge installed. 1. Cap Sensor. Ink remaining E : No Cartridge. SERIAL NO. Blank : No Cartridge. all characters of LCD will be displayed. Alphabet in the menu stands for F: Front Paper Sensor. Checking finishes when the COMPLETED message appears. Wiper Motor and Wiper Sensor. All turning ON/ OFF test of the LED. Alphabet of the 2nd page stands for Cartridge Sensor of each color and Ink Empty.4-2 SERVICE MODE [ ] . U: Head Height Sensor.[ ] . P: Maintenance Cover Sensor. SERVICE MENU LCD/LED/BUZ CHK As per display This menu is used for checking the LCD. H: Origin Sensor. Cap Motor. Ink empty SERVICE MENU KEY CHECK KEY CHECK NONE This menu is used for checking the panel keys.

SERVICE MENU THERMISTOR CHK THERMISTOR CHK HEAD :26 C/77 F THERMISTOR CHK BOARD:26 C/77 F The temperature read by the thermistor on the Head will be displayed. The default value is 0.7V PAPERSIDE SENS SENSOR AUTOTEST SENSOR AUTOTEST 0. W hen you move in the downward direction. The cap can only be moved in the upward direction in 0.00 Use with [ ] and [ ] keys to change the cap adj ustment value. Refer to [ PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT] .00mm normal ( beep 1 time) LINEAR ENCODER SETUP COMPLETED LINEAR ENCODER SETUP FAILED error ( beep 2 times) LINEAR ENCODER SETUP FAILED This menu is for checking the Linear Encoder and also.00 CAP ADJUST CHECK GAP CHECK GAP 0.VIEW --- HEAD ADJUST VERTICAL VERTICAL TEST PRINT VERTICAL --. SERVICE MENU PAPERSIDE SENS PAPERSIDE SENS OUTPUT LEVEL OUTPUT LEVEL 0.. of the Head Board goes up.25 mm unit.VIEW --- 4-3 . SERVICE MENU CAP ADJUST CAP ADJUST ADJUST POS. Temperature will be displayed in Celsius on the left side and in Fahrenheit on the right side.00. [ HEAD] and [ BOARD] display higher temperature than the environment temperature because there is a possibility that the device temp. It can be adj usted in 0. 0. NOISE 0 This menu is used for adj usting the Paper Side Sensor. press [ ] key to move the cap to the lower end once and then move in the upward direction in 0.25 mm unit. ADJUST POS. refer to the instraction of the [ CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT] . Check and make sure that the temperature displayed on the LCD is not extremely low or high. recording the position of the edge of sheet with Clear Sheet ( SHEET TYPE : CLEAR) .5V. Printing won' t be performed if it is not adj usted.25 mm unit. The temperature of [ HEAD] is not always the same as the one of [ BOARD] .SERVICE MENU FAN CHECK FAN CHECK This menu is used for checking the FAN. To adj ust and check the height of the cap. FAN will be ON ( HIGH) while in this mode. SERVICE MENU HEAD ADJUST HEAD ADJUST BIAS BIAS TEST PRINT BIAS --. Refer to [ LINEAR ENCODER SETUP] .00. SERVICE MENU LINEAR ENCODER NOW PROCESSING.The setting range is from -2.00 to + 2. POS: 1361.00 -2.

This menu makes the Servo free.Low H2 2 H3 1 H4 -3 H5 2 H6 1 HORIZONTAL DT3.DEFAULT TEST PRINT BI-DIR. SERVICE MENU SERVO LOCK SERVO LOCK S: 100 SERVO LOCK S:* 0 SERVO LOCK F: 152 SERVO LOCK F:* 0 This menu is used for checking whether the Servo Motor can perform the Servo Lock. the Servo Motor will be excited.Middle H1 12 H2 H3 11 -13 H4 5 H5 H6 10 -11 This menu is used for adj usting the Head Alignment.Low H2 2 H3 1 H4 -3 H5 2 H6 1 HORIZONTAL DT1.DEFAULT DT1.Low H1 12 H2 H3 11 -13 H4 5 H5 H6 10 -11 BI-DIR.Low H1 12 H2 H3 11 -13 H4 5 H5 H6 10 -11 BI-DIR. 4-4 .HEAD ADJUST HORIZONTAL HORIZONTAL TEST PRINT HORIZONTAL DT1.Middle H2 12 H3 11 H4 13 H5 5 H6 10 HEAD ADJUST BI-DIR.DEFAULT DT3.DEFAULT DT1. The value on the LCD will change depending on the head position when you move the carriage left and right by hand.Middle H1 12 H2 H3 11 -13 H4 5 H5 H6 10 -11 BI-DIR.DEFAULT DT3. Refer to [ HEAD ALIGNMENT] .Middle H2 2 H3 1 H4 -3 H5 2 H6 1 HORIZONTAL DT3. When the [ ENTER] key is pressed.DEFAULT BI-DIR.

( Year / Day / Hour / Minute / Second) When battery is run out. the flag won' t be cleared even battery is replaced. TEST PATTERN BI-DIR.05% +0. SERVICE MENU CALIB. 4-5 . Refer to [ CALIBRATION] . TEST PATTERN BI-DIR. battery has to be replaced.DEFAULT SETTING SETTING +0.CHECK It is for checking the shifting with Bidirection printing. It will be printed in a whole width of the media. SERVICE MENU CLOCK CHECK CLOCK CHECK B 0y000d00h00m00s CLOCK CHECK CLEAR BAT FLAG This menu is used for checking the REAL TIME CLOCK.DEFAULT TEST PRINT CALIB. Time being passed after the clock has started to work will be displayed. Make sure to clear the flag by entering the Battery Flag Clear Menu and then pressing the [ ENTER] key. SERVICE MENU DIP SW CHECK DIP SW CHECK 0000 0000 bit # [ 1234 5678] This menu is used for checking the DIP SW on the MAIN BOARD. Status of bit# 1 ~ # 8 of the DIP SW will be displayed as 0 for OFF and 1 for ON.10% This menu is used for Calibration. Make sure not to perform Aging for a long time when the machine is filled with ink to prevent the ink from drying up. [ B] will be displayed at the upper right corner of the LCD.SERVICE MENU AGING AGING SCAN SCAN NOW AGING AGING FEED FEED NOW AGING AGING BOTH BOTH NOW AGING When the [ ENTER] key is pressed.DEFAULT CALIB. TEST PATTERN FILL 100% fill pattern of all heads will be printed. SERVICE MENU TEST PATTERN TEST PATTERN HORIZONTAL It is for checking the Head Alignment in Horizontal. However. It is for checking the Head Alignment in Bidirection. In this case. Printing is done by 720 x 720dpi / 8 pass. the HEAD CARRIAGE moves back to the locking position and stops the Aging.

OPEN / UP Make sure not to open the cap for a long time in order to prevent the ink from drying up.. * * Please make sure the position of the Cap and Wiper when you move the Carriage by hand. It is used for correcting the Ink type in case mistakenly set to the different type. This menu is used for checking the Pump Motor.. PUMP CHECK PUMP RELEASE NOW PROCESSING. Head Cleaning or Ink Fill won' t be performed as in the User' s Mode. 00: 0B NETWORK B3:1073741824B W aiting for Data Input Data Input from the Network This menu is used for checking the Data Input from the Network. 4-6 . It is used for moving the wiper back and forth.. Rotation for Ink Suction Direction and Ink Drain Direction can be checked. Rotation check will stop after 5 seconds. SERVICE MENU CHANGE INKTYPE CHANGE INKTYPE PIG cm DYE cm It is used for changing the Ink type compulsorily. It can be moved at two-level [ FRONT / REAR] . The Check Sum and the size of the input data will be displayed on the bottom row. It is used for moving the wiper up and down.. SERVICE MENU PORT CHECK DETECTING. The Check Sum and the size of the input data will be cleared when pressing the [ ENTER] key. INK TYPE PIG cm Pigment LcLm PIG OG Pigment OrGr DYE cm Dye Lc Lm SOL cm SOL INK LcLm eSOL cm ECO-SOL LcLm eSOL2MC ECO-SOL ( CMYKMC) UNKNOWN Not being selected SERVICE MENU CAP&WIPER CTRL CAP&WIPER CTRL CAP CAP OPEN CAP UP CAP&WIPER CTRL WIPER WIPER FRONT WIPER REAR CAP&WIPER CTRL WIPER HEIGHT WIPER HEIGHT HIGH WIPER HEIGHT MIDDLE WIPER HEIGHT LOW It is used for opening / upping the cap.SERVICE MENU PUMP CHECK PUMP CHECK PUMP SUCTION NOW PROCESSING. It can be moved at three-level [ HIGH / MIDDLE / LOW] . Check Sum will be indicated on the left side and the size of the input data will be indicated on the right side.

0 1. MAINTE. If the printing time reaches the set time.SERVICE MENU PERIODIC CL. MSG. [ WIPE] : Wiping & Flushing [ LIGHT] : Least bit of Suction & Wiping [ NORMAL] : Regular Cleaning ( Cleaning Key) Default value [ INTERVAL] 1. 0. The cleaning interval will be determined automatically depending on the printing mode and the temperature.0 NONE. The starting position of the print range in [ R: ] and end position of the print range in [ L: ] can be set in [ SHEET POS] . Bit PAGE1: Bit 1 PAGE1: Bit 2 PAGE1: Bit 3 PAGE1: Bit 7 PAGE2: Bit 5 PAGE3: Bit 1 PAGE3: Bit 2 PAGE3: Bit 3 PAGE3: Bit 6 PAGE3: Bit 7 PAGE10: Bit 3 Contents Front Cover Sensor I/S Cover Sensor Head Height Check Preset for Bidirectional Correction Value Ink cartridge excahnge during printing Heater Support Heater-related setting for printing test patterns Wiper 1mm up Head vibraton outside of the printing area Head driving pulse against the ink dropping problem Displaying the Amount of Remaining Media Settings Default 0 : Standard 1: Always closed status 0 0 : Standard 1: Always closed status 0 0 : Enable 1: Disable 0 0 : Disable (1 kind) 1: Enable (8 kinds) 1 0 : Disable 1: Enable 0 0 : Disable 1: Enable 1 0 : Disable 0 : Disable 0 : Enable 0 : Disable 0 : Disable 1: Enable 1: Enable 1: Disable 1: Enable 1: Enable 0 0 1 1 1 4-7 . This menu will be displayed only when the Ink Type is CMYKMC. There are 12 pages of 8 bit System Switch. R and L can be selected by the right key and the setting value becomes effective by the ENTER key. SERVICE MENU MAINTE. [ INTERVAL] It changes the magnification of Cleaning Interval Actual Cleaning Interval = Cleaning Interval x [ INTERVAL] [ DEGREE] Cleaning Operation can be cahnged. Default value : 15min. NORMAL This menu is for setting the Auto Cleaning during printing. this value becomes effective at the time of the setup. MSG. SERVICE MENU DOUBLED HEADS DOUBLED HEADS HEAD 5&6 1&2 5&6 1&2 Default : 5&6 This menu is used for setting the additional heads ( 5&6 or 1&2) in CMYKMC Mode.0 [ DEGREE] LIGHT SERVICE MENU SLEEP SLEEP 15MIN 15MIN This menu is for setting the time of entering in Sleep. INTERVAL INTERVAL 1. the Maintenance message appears. LIGHT. PERIODIC CL. SERVICE MENU SYSTEM SWITCH SYSTEM SWITCH PAGE1: 00000000 bit# [87654321] SYSTEM SWITCH PAGE4: 00000000 This menu is for changing the functions of the machine. If the media type is set to Clear. NONE 100 hours This menu is used for setting the Maintenance time. DEGREE DEGREE LIGHT LIGHT WIPE. SERVICE MENU SET SHEET POS SET SHEET POS SHEET POS R: L: 0mm 1361mm SET SHEET POS DEFAULT POS This menu is for specifying the print range. Each bit can be selected with [ ] and [ ] keys and it can be changed with [ ] and [ ] keys. It is not necessary to change any switches.1~100. This set-up value is memorized and is held even if a power is turned off.0 PERIODIC CL. It is set as the same value ( when a sheet type is set clear) by performing DEFAULT POS as the value when the previous setup is performed in a transparent media.

Information necessary for service activity will be printed together with the system report. SERVICE MENU REPORT REPORT SERVICE REPORT SERVICE REPORT HEAD H1 REPORT HISTORY REPORT SERVICE REPORT HEAD H1 REPORT SERIAL . ( 9600bps N81 XON/ XOFF) 4-8 . When [ ] and [ ] keys are pressed. . each title will be displayed on the top row and the parameters will be displayed on the bottom row.History Report will be printed. Each title can be cleared when the [ ENTER] key is pressed while the CLEAR is displayed in the menu. Refer to the table on the next pages.Service Report will be printed.SERVICE MENU HISTORY MENU HISTORY MENU MOTOR GROUP SHOT COUNT 1 26103 KShot SHOT COUNT 1 CLEAR All the records regarding the usage of the machine will be displayed. It will be printed on a A4 size with only one head. .Serial Report Menu will be printed throught the RS-232C Serial with the special tool.

Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H1). Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H3 left). Total time that the Pump Motor A has been rotated. Number of times the Powerful Head Cleaning has been performed (H3). Clear all the value in the Motor Group. Number of times the Powerful Head Cleaning has been performed (H6). H6 CLEAN POW. H1 CLEAN N. Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H5 right). Number of times the Medium Head Cleaning has been performed (H6). Number of times the Powerful Head Cleaning has been performed (H4). H4 CLEAN N. H2 CLEAN M. Number of times the Auto Head Cleaning has been performed (H6). Number of times the Normal Head Cleaning has been performed (H3). Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H2). Number of times the Medium Head Cleaning has been performed (H4). Total time that the Pump Motor B has been rotated. Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H5 left). H3 CLEAN N. H4 CLEAN POW. Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H6). H5 CLEAN M. Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H2). Number of times the Powerful Head Cleaning has been performed (H2). Number of times the Medium Head Cleaning has been performed (H5). Total time that the Scan Motor has been rotated. H6 CLEAN M. Number of times the Normal Head Cleaning has been performed (H4). H3 CLEAN POW. Number of times the Powerful Head Cleaning has been performed (H1). Number of times the Powerful Head Cleaning has been performed (H5). Number of times the Normal Head Cleaning has been performed (H5). Number of times the Normal Head Cleaning has been performed (H6). Number of times the Medium Head Cleaning has been performed (H3). Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H1 right). Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H5). Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H3). Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H4). H2 CLEAN POW. Contents Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H1 left). H2 CLEAN N. Number of times the Normal Head Cleaning has been performed (H2). Number of times the Auto Head Cleaning has been performed (H3). Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H4 right). Number of times the Normal Head Cleaning has been performed (H1). Number of times the Auto Head Cleaning has been performed (H4). Unit hour hour times times times Reference Life : 1500 hours Life : 50000 hours Life : 50000 hours Life : 50000 hours Unit Shots/1000 Ink from SLOT2 Shots/1000 Ink from SLOT8 Shots/1000 Ink from SLOT3 Shots/1000 Ink from SLOT9 Shots/1000 Ink from SLOT6 Shots/1000 Ink from SLOT1 Shots/1000 Ink from SLOT7 Shots/1000 Ink from SLOT5 Shots/1000 Ink from SLOT4 Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle Life : 6 billion Shots / nozzle Reference Shots/1000 Ink from SLOT12 Shots/1000 Ink from SLOT11 Shots/1000 Ink from SLOT10 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 4-9 . H3 CLEAN M. Total time that the Pump Motor C has been rotated. H1 CLEAN POW. Number of times the Medium Head Cleaning has been performed (H1). Number of times the Rubbing has been performed (H3). Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H3 right). Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H1). H6 Contents Total time that the Feed Motor has been rotated. Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H5). Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H2 left). Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H4). H5 CLEAN POW. Number of times the Auto Head Cleaning has been performed (H5). Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H6 right). Number of times the Wiping has been performed (H6). H5 CLEAN N. Number of times the Medium Head Cleaning has been performed (H2).Contents of History Report MOTOR GROUP Item MOTOR HOURS F MOTOR HOURS S PUMP TIMES A PUMP TIMES B PUMP TIMES C CLEAR ALL HEAD GROUP Item SHOT COUNT 1 SHOT COUNT 2 SHOT COUNT 3 SHOT COUNT 4 SHOT COUNT 5 SHOT COUNT 6 SHOT COUNT 7 SHOT COUNT 8 SHOT COUNT 9 SHOT COUNT 10 SHOT COUNT 11 SHOT COUNT 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 CLEAN AUTO H1 CLEAN AUTO H2 CLEAN AUTO H3 CLEAN AUTO H4 CLEAN AUTO H5 CLEAN AUTO H6 CLEAN N. Number of times the Auto Head Cleaning has been performed (H1). Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H2 right). Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H4 left). Number of times the Auto Head Cleaning has been performed (H2). H4 CLEAN M. H1 CLEAN M. Number of shots fired from the nozzle (H6 left).

Number of times the Ink Cartridge 2 has been changed. Number of times the Ink Cartridge 12 has been changed. Number of times the Pump Up has been performed (H5). PRINTING TIME CLEAR ALL WIPE GROUP Item WIPING COUNT Printing time from the last Head Maintenance. Number of times the Head Wash has been performed (H6). Number of times the Ink Cartridge 11 has been changed. Number of pages printed with Dye Based Ink. Clear all the value of the H6. This value is cleared automatically after replacing it. Number of pages printed when the Head height is Low. Contents Number of times the Ink Cartridge 1 has been changed. Number of times the Head Wash has been performed (H4). Clear all the value in the PRINT GROUP. Clear all the value of the H1. COUNT TOTAL TIME Lapsed time from the last Head Maintenance. Clear all the value in the INK GROUP. Contents Total time of printing performed. Number of times the Pump Up has been performed (H6). Number of pages printed with Pigment Ink. Number of times the Head Wash has been performed (H3). Number of times the Pump Up has been performed (H1). times times Reference This value is cleared automatically after replacing it. Number of times the Pump Up has been performed (H3). Number of times the Ink Cartridge 3 has been changed. Clear all the value of the H2. Number of times the Fill Ink has been performed (H4). Clear all the value of the H4. Number of pages printed with Sol Ink. Clear all the value in the MAINTENANCE GROUP. Unit hours pages pages pages pages pages pages Reference Time of the Test print is not included. Number of times the Pump Up has been performed (H2). Number of times the Fill Ink has been performed (H6). Contents Number of times the Wiping has been performed. hours Unit times RUBBING COUNT WIPE REPLACE CLEAR ALL PRINT GROUP Item PRINTING TIME PIGMENT PAGES DYE PAGES SOL PAGES HEAD LOW HEAD MIDDLE HEAD HIGH CLEAR ALL 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 CLEAR ALL Number of times the Rubbing has been performed. Number of times the Fill Ink has been performed (H3). Clear all the value of all the Head. Clear all the value of the H5. Number of pages printed when the Head height is Middle. Number of times the Ink Cartridge 9 has been changed.Item FILL INK H1 FILL INK H2 FILL INK H3 FILL INK H4 FILL INK H5 FILL INK H6 HEAD WASH H1 HEAD WASH H2 HEAD WASH H3 HEAD WASH H4 HEAD WASH H5 HEAD WASH H6 PUMP UP H1 PUMP UP H2 PUMP UP H3 PUMP UP H4 PUMP UP H5 PUMP UP H6 CLEAR H1 CLEAR H2 CLEAR H3 CLEAR H4 CLEAR H5 CLEAR H6 CLEAR ALL Contents Number of times the Fill Ink has been performed (H1). Clear all the value in the WIPE GROUP. Number of times the Wipe has been replaced. Number of times the Head Wash has been performed (H5). Number of times the Ink Cartridge 10 has been changed. This value is cleared automatically after carrying out the Head Maintenance. Number of pages printed when the Head height is High. Clear all the value of the H3. Number of times the Fill Ink has been performed (H5). Number of times the Head Wash has been performed (H2). Number of times the Pump Up has been performed (H4). Number of times the Ink Type has been changed. Number of times the Ink Cartridge 8 has been changed. Unit times times times times times times times times times times times times times Reference 4-10 . Number of times the Ink Cartridge 7 has been changed. Number of times the Ink Cartridge 6 has been changed. Number of times the Fill Ink has been performed (H2). Unit times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times times Reference MAINTENANCE GROUP Contents Item Number of times the Head Maintenance has been performed. Number of times the Ink Cartridge 4 has been changed. Unit times hours Reference This value is cleared automatically after carrying out the Head Maintenance. Number of times the Ink Cartridge 5 has been changed. Number of times the Head Wash has been performed (H1).

START UNCAPPED CLEAR ALL Number of times the machine starts with the uncapped. It counts Auto Sheet Cut performed both by command and panel..ERROR GROUP Item SERVICE CALL S-CALL HISTORY SERVO ERROR F SERVO ERROR S LOW TEMP. Clear all the value in the ERROR GROUP. Number of times the Low Temperature Error has occurred. times Number of times it is capped compulsorily to protect the head from drying up when the head is out of the cap more than 10 min. POWER ON TIME Total times that the machine has been in sleep mode. Total times that the machine has been on. Number of times the Protect Pump Error has occurred. Unit times hours hours times Reference Sleep time is not included. times SYSTEM GROUP Contents Item POWER ON COUNT Number of times being powered on. times times times times times Reference EMERG. CAPPING Number of times the Emergency Capping Error has occurred. Number of times the Servo Error (Feed Motor) has occurred. Unit times No.ERR. HIGH TEMP. Number of times the High Temperature Error has occurred. 4-11 . Clear all the value in the SYSTEM GROUP. SLEEP TIME SHEETCUT COUNT CLEAR ALL Number of times the Sheet Cut has been performed. PROTECT PUMP Contents Number of times the Service Call has occurred. Number of times the Servo Error (Scan Motor) has occurred.ERR. Service Call Number in the last 5 times.

. . . .0 sec : 0. . adjust No. .D H6 +2 +2 +2 +1 +16 +15 +26 +24 : 5E0252FTZVZUVQR . .2 No. : 5DV2E2CXVVWTUPR . . . Middle) : (DT3. .D .00 : ZS80101 : Opaque : Stop : ECO-SOL CMYKMC : +0. .0 mm : 15 min : ENABLE Cap adjust Double heads : 0. . 00G. : H1 H2 H3 H4 Head hori. . . . . . . . Sheet type Empty mode Ink type Calibration Full width scanning Scan Interval Sheet remain Altenate Head Bi-dir. . Low) : (DT1. Middle) : -3 +5 +3 (DT3. . . .00 % : 1639.0 F : 99 / 98 / 99 / 99 / 99 / 98 : 99 / 98 / 99 / 99 / 99 / 98 : MIDDLE : ENABLE : Auto : DISABLE H6 -1 0 -2 -2 Service Report Head rank H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H6 : 5CY2F2FVWU0UVQS . .00 : Charged : 0.8 F : 30 C / 86.00 mm : 5&6 4-12 .D . . .6 mm 2050. . degree : 0.1 No. . 00A. . . .D . .3 No. .Service Report Roland SOL JET PRO II V series Model Version Serial No. . .2 mm 01100001 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 : NONE : 1. (DT1. .0 : LIGHT Limit position Cutter down position Calibration default Encoder position (L) Encoder position (R) Sleep Device ID Maintenance request Booter version Battery Periodic CL. . . . . . 304. interval Periodic CL. .5 +17 +16 +27 +25 +16 +15 +27 +24 +18 +15 +28 +26 : 01000010 page1-4 : 01000000 00000000 page5-8 : 00000000 00000000 page9-12 : 00000000 00000100 : : 7. 00E. . : 5FZ282FUZW0UTSS .Low) : (DT3. . . .4 : SJ-745EX : 6. : 6AV2E2CRWTXVURS . : 61W2F31UXVYUTRU . . . . 30S. Middle) : Dip SW System SW +18 +16 +27 +24. Low) : -2 +5 +3 (DT1. D 005.6 mm : 268. . . . .60% : OFF : 0. Low) : -3 +4 +2 (DT3. . . . . .D . Middle) : -3 +4 +2 Head bi (DT1.0 m : Enable : H1 H2 : -1 -1 : 0 0 : -2 -2 : -2 -2 Menu unit Menu language Head Temperature On Board Temperature Ink remain (1-6) Ink remain (7-12) Head height Periodic cleaning Vacuum power Set remain at loading H3 0 0 -2 -2 H4 -1 0 -2 -2 H5 -1 0 -2 -2 : mm : English : 26 C / 78. . . . H5 +6 +7 +7 +6 +16 +15 +25 +24 . . . . . . .

12) : SJ-745EX : 6. 2) H2 ( 3.893 1. 10) H6 (11.624 1.889 1. 8) H5 ( 9.659 2. 4) H3 ( 5.629 1.00 : ZS80101 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 0 hours 0 hours : 0/ 1. 6) H4 ( 7.035 708 722 H3 18 0 5 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 K K K K K K 0 hours shot / nozzle shot / nozzle shot / nozzle shot / nozzle shot / nozzle shot / nozzle H4 H5 18 18 0 0 5 5 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 H2 H6 Wiping count for head 18 18 times Rubbing count for head 0 0 times Auto cleaning count 5 5 times Normal cleaning count 2 2 times Medium cleaning count 0 0 times Powerful cleaning count 0 0 times Fill ink count 2 2 times Head wash count 2 2 times Pump up count 0 0 times Ink renewal (normal) 0 0 times Ink renewal (full) 0 0 times Ink group Cartridge change (1-6) : 0 0 0 0 0 0 times Cartridge change (7-12) : 0 0 0 0 0 0 times Change ink type : 2 times Renewal messages (N/F) : 0 0 times Renewal canceling (N/F) : 0 0 times Error group Service call count : 0 times Service call history : **** **** **** **** **** Motor error (feed) : 0 times Motor error (scan) : 1 times Low temperature error : 0 times High temperature error : 0 times Protecting pump error : 0 times Emergency capping : 0 times Start uncapped : 6 times Maintenance group Count : 0 times Total time : 94 hours Printing time : 1 hours Wiper group System group Wiping count : 54 times Power on count : 59 times Rubbing count : 0 times Power on time : 12 hours Wiper replace count : 0 times Sleep time : 16 hours Print group Sheet cut count : 8 times Printing time : 0 hours Print pages by Pigment : 0 pages by Dye ink : 0 pages by SOL ink : 0 pages by ECO-SOL : 18 pages by Head height low : 1 pages by Head height middle : 17 pages by Head height high : 0 pages 4-13 .033 710 722 H1 18 0 5 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0/ 1.History Report History Report Model Version Serial No. Motor group Motor hours (feed) Motor hours (scan) Pump Times (A/B/C) Head group Shot count H1 ( 1.659 2.

The power will be off automatically when initialize is completed. Roland SJ-745EX Ver. Initialize can be performed by pressing the [ENTER] key.[ ] . The printing will be performed in Cyan. It can also be cancelled by pressing the [POWER] key. DISPLAYED LANGUAGE [ MENU ] + POWER ON [ SERVICE REPORT_PRINTING ] + POWER ON Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [ ] key. Service Report can be printed on the A4 size media.6. * Please print the [History Report] from the Service Mode. Turn on the sub power switch while pressing [ ]. [ ] and [ENTER] keys. It is necessary to setup the LIMIT POSITION after the initialization.PARAMETER INITIALIZE COMPLETED All parameters will be initialized.Other Factory Mode SYSTEM PARAMETER INITIALIZE [ ].00 SERVICE REPORT MENU LANGUAGE ENGLISH SETUP SHEET MENU LANGUAGE JAPANESE 4-14 . The error message [SERVICE CALL 0101] will appear if you don't setup the LIMIT POSITION. [ ENTER ] + POWER ON INITIALIZE ALL SYS.

Press [ ENTER] to upgrade F/ W. Use this when the main board is replaced. Carriage moves to the maintenance position on the left hand side. All parameters will be initialized. Press [ ENTER] to upgrade F/ W. [ SUM-ERROR] will be displayed.Key Combination Service Menu Service Menu Item Service Mode Upgrade F/ W Combination Key Selection Sub Power Sub Power Comments Press [ Menu] and [ Service Menu. Main Power Installing F/ W Main Power System Parameter Initialize ENTER ENTER Sub Power Limit/ Cut Down Sub Power Press [ ] while aligning Carriage to cap Heads. Press [ ENTER] . ] to select Manual Cleaning Cleaning Sub Power Select [ CLEANING] and press [ ENTER] . Press [ ENTER] and set up Cut Down Pos. Wiper Replace Cleaning Sub Power 4-15 . Sub Power Service Report ( Adj ustment value) will be printed. Press [ ] one time and press [ ENTER] . Press [ ENTER] to start Initialize. select Head and press [ ENTER] to print History Report. History Report ( REPORT) Service Menu REPORT Select [ HISTORY REPORT] and press [ ] . Select [ HISTORY REPORT] Then. Service Report Users Menu Users Menu Item Language Combination Key Selection Menu Sub Power Comments Press [ ] / [ Language. ] to enter [ Are you sure? ] will be displayed.

) 1 Check the SJ's IP address. Network cable (A cross cable is required when you connect SJ to PC directly. Or refer to step 8 [F/W installation when the Main Board is replaced].) 3. Peck. 1. 4-16 . Windows PC (Network port is required. 4 [Select Port] screen is displayed. Check on the [via Network] and input the SJ's IP address. In case of that. 3 [Peck] screen is displayed.4-3 HOW TO UPGRADE FIRMWARE (Referential Time : 5min.exe to start the Peck.exe 4. press [ENTER] to excute the installation. It is necessary to prepare the followings to upgrade the FIRMWARE. Double-click Peck. Click [OK]. [SUM ERROR] is displayed when the Main Power SW is turned on if the new Main board is replaced. Firmware 2.) 2 Confirm that main power is turned "on" and sub power is turned "off". Click [Select Port] button.

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[Peck] screen is displayed again. Click [Firmware Upgrade] button.

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[Open] screen is displayed. Select the firmware file and click [Open]. Peck starts to send the firmware to the SJ.

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Machine goes into Firmware Upgrade mode automatically. When upgrade is completed, sub power sw will be turned off automatically.

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[F/W installation when the Main Board is replaced] Make sure the Main power SW is OFF and then turn on the Main power SW again while pressing [ ], [ ] and [ ] keys.

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VERSION UP SURE?

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Press [ENTER] to excute the in stallation. Send the firmware using the Peck.

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4-4 HEAD ALIGNMENT (Referential Time : 30 min._1 Head Alignment)
[About 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 the heads are not aligned, printing problems such as banding, fine lines and gap between bands could occur.

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Remove the Right I/S COVER.

I/S COVER

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Remove the CARRIAGE COVER.

CARRIAGE COVER

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Remove the DAMPER PLATE.

DAMPER PLATE

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SERVICE MENU HEAD ADJUST [ ] HEAD ADJUST BIAS [ ] BIAS TEST PRINT [ ] 7 TEST PATTERN shown in the right figure will be printed. Setup the PET film on the machine. HEAD BOARD COVER 5 Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [ and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE. C M Y K Lm Lc (M) (C) 4-20 . ].4 Remove the HEAD BOARD COVER.[ ].[ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU [BIAS ADJUSTMENT] Select the [BIAS] > [TEST PRINT] menu under the 6 [HEAD ADJUST] menu and press the [ENTER] key. [ ] [ ].

When the upper lines are the right side of the lower lines. *Reference* Position of the printing moves 1 line by turning the screw 3/4 turn. adjustments could not be performed correctly. turn the screw CW. Adjustment Screw Hole for inserting the Hexagonal Wrench . then. 2 1 Loosen the screws fixing the Head for 1/2 turn. 3 9 Insert the 1. 4-21 . turn the screw CCW. If the screws are loosened too much.8 Loosen the 3 screws fixing the Head in order as shown in the figure. turn the screw so that the lines of each color in the test pattern will be straight.When the upper lines are the left side of the lower lines. .5 mm Hexagonal Wrench to the hole of the HEAD CARRIAGE.

2 3 Torque for tightening is 2kgf • cm (20cNm). 1 11 Print the test pattern again. If the result is NG. Make sure not to tighten the screws firmly. The shifting of lines should be within 1/2 dot. 4-22 .10 Tighten the screws fixing the Head in the reverse order when fixing with using the TORQUE DRIVER (ST-056). repeat 6 ~ 10 .

C M C Y C K C Lm C Lc C (M) (C) 14 Loosen the 3 screws fixing the Head in order as shown in the figure. adjustments could not be performed correctly. 3 15 Turn the ADJUSTMENT SCREW so that the lines of each color in the test pattern will be straight. ADJUSTMENT SCREW 4-23 . SERVICE MENU HEAD ADJUST [ ] HEAD ADJUST VERTICAL [ ] VERTICAL TEST PRINT [ ] 13 TEST PATTERN shown in the right figure will be printed. If the screws are loosened too much.[VERTICAL ADJUSTMENT] Select the [VERTICAL] > [TEST PRINT] under the 12 [HEAD ADJUST] menu and press the [ENTER] key. 2 1 Loosen the screws fixing the Head for 1/2 turn. *Reference* Position of the printing moves 1/2 line by turning the screw 30 degrees.

turn the Adjustment Screw CW. If the result is NG. Adjust the other Heads on the basis of the left C Head.When the lines excepting the C lines are above the C lines.When the lines excepting the C lines are below the C lines. The shifting of lines should be within 1/2 dot. repeat 12 ~ 16 . It is not necessary to adjust the left C Head.. Make sure not to tighten the screws firmly. 1 17 Print the test pattern again. turn the Adjustment Screw CCW. . 2 3 Torque for tightening is 2kgf • cm (20cNm). 16 Tighten the screws fixing the Head in the reverse order when fixing with using the TORQUE DRIVER (ST-056). 4-24 .

the number between the 2 numbers can be selected.Low -20 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 + 20 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 + 20 4-25 . H6 H5 H4 H3 H2 Head Position : Middle DT3. Find the position where the block of each color matches the C block and check the number. The number with is the current setting. SERVICE MENU HEAD ADJUST [ ] HEAD ADJUST HORIZONTAL [ ] HORIZONTAL TEST PRINT [ ] 19 Following TEST PATTERN will be printed.Low -20 H6 H5 H4 H3 H2 DT1.Middle -20 H6 H5 H4 H3 H2 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 + 20 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 + 20 Head Position : Low DT3.[ HORIZONTAL ADJUSTMENT ] Select the [HORIZONTAL] > [TEST PRINT] in the 18 [HEAD ADJUST] menu and press the [ENTER] key.Middle -20 H6 H5 H4 H3 H2 DT1. In case of having problem deciding the number.

Middle H2 12 H3 H4 11 -13 H5 5 H6 10 [BIDIRECTION ADJUSTMENT] Select [BI-DIR.20 Select [DT1. [DT1. Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings.Middle] in the [HORIZONTAL] menu and enter the parameters checked at 19 with [ ] and [ ] keys.DEFAULT] > [TEST PRINT] in the 21 [HEAD ADJUST] menu and press the [ENTER] key. SERVICE MENU HEAD ADJUST [ ] HEAD ADJUST BI-DIR. [DT3. Parameters can be entered with an increment of 0. Low] . HORIZONTAL TEST PRINT HORIZONTAL DT1.DEFAULT [ ] BI-DIR. Middle] and [DT3. Low].Middle H2 2 H3 1 H4 -3 H5 2 H6 1 HORIZONTAL DT3.Low H2 12 H3 H4 11 -13 H5 5 H6 10 HORIZONTAL DT1.DEFAULT TEST PRINT [ ] 4-26 .5.Low H2 2 H3 1 H4 -3 H5 2 H6 1 HORIZONTAL DT3.

In case of having problem deciding the number.Low H6 H5 H4 H3 H2 H1 DT1. H6 H5 H4 H3 H2 Head Position : Middle H1 DT3. The number with is the current setting.22 Following TEST PATTERN will be printed.Low 0 + 9 + 10 + 11 + 12 + 13 + 14 + 15 + 16 + 17 + 18 + 19 + 20 + 21 +4 0 + 9 + 10 + 11 + 12 + 13 + 14 + 15 + 16 + 17 + 18 + 19 + 20 + 21 +4 4-27 .Middle H6 H5 H4 H3 H2 H1 DT1.Middle H6 H5 H4 H3 H2 0 + 9 + 10 + 11 + 12 + 13 + 14 + 15 + 16 + 17 + 18 + 19 + 20 + 21 +4 0 + 9 + 10 + 11 + 12 + 13 + 14 + 15 + 16 + 17 + 18 + 19 + 20 + 21 +4 Head Position : Low H1 DT3. Find the position where the upper block matches the lower block and check the number. the number between the 2 numbers can be selected.

5. [DT1.Low H1 12 H2 H3 11 -13 H4 5 H5 H6 10 -11 BI-DIR. BI-DIR. MIDDLE] in the [BI-DIR.Low H1 12 H2 H3 11 -13 H4 5 H5 H6 10 -11 BI-DIR.DEFAULT DT1. HEAD BOARD COVER 25 Fix the DAMPER PLATE. * Fix the screws at the bottom of the long hole.DEFAULT DT3. Low].23 Select [DT1.DEFAULT DT1.DEFAULT DT3.Middle H1 12 H2 H3 11 -13 H4 5 H5 H6 10 -11 BI-DIR. [DT3. parameters checked at 22 with [ ] and [ Press the [ENTER] key to save the settings. Low].Middle H1 12 H2 H3 11 -13 H4 5 H5 H6 10 -11 24 Fix the HEAD BOARD COVER. Make sure to press the Damper Plate downward lightly when fixing it. DAMPER PLATE If you press the Damper Plate strongly. ] keys.DEFAULT TEST PRINT BI-DIR. 4-28 . the Damper will be broken.DEFAULT] menu and enter the Parameters can be entered with an increment of 0. MIDDLE] and [DT3.

Head -Note that the caps do not contact the head. 1 Lower the Pinch Rollers. When you move the cap in the downward direction.25mm unit. [ ].].00mm.4-5 CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT (Referential Time : 5min. press [ ] key to move the cap lower and then move the carriage to the capping position.[ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 2 Select the [CAP ADJUST] menu in the SERVICE MENU and select [ADJUST POS. turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [ ] [ ] and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE. If this adjustment has not been done there is a possibility that a CAP OPEN SUCTION is not performed correctly. -It is only possible to move the cap stepwise to the upward direction in the [ADJUST POS.[ ]. CAP OPEN SUCTION is an operation to suck ink without the heads capped.) [About CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT] CAP HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT is to adjust the height of the cap. This can remove the ink accumulated on the Cap surfaces by the flushing done above the Caps.] menu. the cap moves to the position in the setting value -2. Cap 4-29 . -When you press the [ ] key. press [ ] key to move the cap lower end once and then move upward direction in 0. When the carriage is not in the capping position. It must be done when you remove or replace the cap unit. Then. Make sure to unload the media when it is set on the machine.

] menu in the [SERVICE MODE] to check the cap adjustment value.] is the menu to check the gap between the caps and head. then press [ENTER] to update the adjustment value. use the [ADJUST POS.25mm unit. Cap Head 4 Enter the [CHECK GAP. The cap moves to the same position as the CAP OPEN SUCTION is performed.] menu.00mm. For adjustment. -When you press [ ] key. Check if there is the gap between the cap and head. -When you press[ ] key. the cap moves to the upward direction in 0. -When you press [ ] key. Gap [CHECK GAP.3 Move the cap upward to the position that the cap contacts exactly to the head. the adjustment value is not updated and the capping is carried out and then exiting the menu. 4-30 . the cap moves to the position in the setting value -2.

Then. It is also necessary for checking whether the encoder module can read the scale correctly in the whole width.4-6 LINEAR ENCODER SETUP (Referential Time : 3min. POS: 1361.Fixation between the CARRIAGE and the CARRIAGE WIRE. 5. check the followings. Dirt/Scratch on the ENCODER MODULE. 1. 3. Head Board could be defective.) [About LINEAR ENCODER SETUP] LINEAR ENCODER SETUP is necessary for the machine to recongnize the width by the software coordinates. 4. 6. SERVICE MENU LINEAR ENCODER NOW PROCESSING. Backlash of the CARRIAGE MOTOR GEAR and the DRIVE GEAR. 1 Lower the Pinch Rollers. Bad Contact in the cables. Dirt/Scratch on the ENCODER SCALE.[ ]. Make sure to unload the media when it is set on the machine. ENCODER SCALE is not between the ENCODER MODULE. In case of SETUP error. 4-31 . turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [ ].00mm 3 One of the messages will appear at the completion of the set up. [ ]. 2. LINEAR ENCODER SETUP COMPLETED LINEAR ENCODER SETUP FAILED LINEAR ENCODER HEADBOARD FAILED In case of HEADBOARD error. [ ] and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE..[ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 2 Select the [LINEAR ENCODER] menu in the SERVICE MENU and press the [ENTER] key.

[ ] + POWER ON LIMIT INITIALIZE MENU MOVE TO CAP POS 3 Align the CARRIAGE by hand to the Capping position while moving the Capping Unit with [ ] and [ ] keys.4-7 LIMIT POSITION & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE (Referential Time : 3min. [ ].5mm.2.8 +/. 1 Remove the Right I/S COVER. [ ] and [ ] keys. After completing the detection. the distance from the Cut Down Position to the Limit Sensor will be detected and setup the model automatically at the same time. Please make sure that the value of the Limit Posiiton in the Service Report is 7. When the Cut Down Position is not correct.) [About LIMIT POSITION & CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE] This is used to detect the distance between the Limit Sensor and the Capping Position. I/S COVER 2 Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [ ].[ ]. Align the guides at the both ends of the CAPPING UNIT with the guides at the both ends of the CARRIAGE. 4-32 . Make sure not to move the CARRIAGE when the CAPPING UNIT is up because the HEADs could be broken by touching the CAPPING UNIT. When the Limit Position is not correctly set. the problem related to Auto Sheet Cutter could occur. locking problem could occur.

5 Carry out the LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE by pressing the [ENTER] key.4 Press [ENTER] key to cap the HEADs. SETTING UP CUTTER DOWN POS 6 Move the HEAD CARRIAGE with your hand until it makes full contact with the LEFT FRAME with CUT DOWN status. print the SERVICE REPORT. INITIALIZE COMPLETED 4-33 . After the LIMIT POSITION INITIALIZE is completed.5mm.2. DETECTING. please adjust again. DETECTING.. Then.8 +/. 7 Carry out the CUT DOWN POSITION INITIALIZE by pressing [ENTER] key.. After the completion of the INITIALIZE. the message appears as show in the figure. If not. check the value of the Limit Position is 7.

which is for detecting the width of the media. TOP INNER COVER CARRIAGE COVER 3 Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [ ]. [ ]. [ ] and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.4-8 PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT (Referential Time : 5min. media width could not be detected correctly. 1 Remove the Right I/S COVER.) [About PAPER SIDE SENSOR ADJUSTMENT] This is for adjusting the sensitivity of the PAPER SIDE SENSOR. I/S COVER 2 Remove the TOP INNER COVER and CARRIAGE COVER. If it is not adjusted.[ ].[ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 4-34 .

5-1.5-0. SERVICE MENU PAPERSIDE SENS [ ] PAPERSIDE SENS OUTPUT LEVEL [ ] OUTPUT LEVEL 0.0V and the NOISE is 0. 5 Select the [OUTPUT LEVEL] under the [PAPER SIDE SENSOR] menu and press the [ ] key. VR 7 Select the [SENSOR AUTO TEST] menu under the [PAPER SIDE SENSOR] menu. Press the [ENTER] key to carry out the test and make sure the voltage is 0.7V 6 Adjust the VR on the CARRIAGE BOARD so that the [OUTPUT LEVEL] will be 0. NOISE 0 4-35 . SERVICE MENU PAPERSIDE SENS [ ] PAPERSIDE SENS SENSOR AUTOTEST [ ] SENSOR AUTOTEST 0.7V.4 Lower the SHEET LOADING LEVER.5V.

Clean the REFLECTION TAPE. If the voltage is more than 1. try the followings. 4-36 .1V in the [OUTPUT LEVEL] menu and carry out the [SENSOR AUTOTEST] for checking. 2.0V. increase the voltage for 0. decrease the voltage for 0.5V.8 If the voltage is less than 0. 1.1V in the [OUTPUT LEVEL] menu and carry out the [SENSOR AUTOTEST] for checking. Replace the REFLECTION TAPE in case of scratch. If the NOISE is more than 0.

DEFAULT] menu and press the [ENTER] key.[ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 2 Set the PET-G film on the machine.4-9 CALIBRATION (FEEDING DIRECTION) (Referential Time : 20min.DEFAULT TEST PRINT 4-37 .[ ]. Carry out this adjustment in case of having problem to print in the correct length in the media feeding direction. Calibration is done by using the PET-G in the Factory. 1 Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [ ]. 3 Select the [TEST PRINT] menu under the [CALIB. SERVICE MENU CALIB.DEFAULT CALIB. [ ] and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE. [ ].) [About CALIBRATION] CALIBRATION is for adjusting the feeding amount of the GRIT ROLLER. Calibrate the feeding direction with customer's media if necessary.

TEST PATTERN is not changed even if you change the amount in the [SETTING] menu. 400mm TEST PATTERN is always printed with Offset 0. -2. Press the [ENTER] key to save the setting.00% ~ MIN. Feed 500mm Scan 5 Calculate the amount to be calibrated with the formula shown at the right figure. +2. Therefore. 1. CL = Commanded Length (=400mm) 3. (MAX. SERVICE MENU CALIB.00% +0.ML x 100 ML 6 Select the [SETTING] menu under the [CALIB.00%) CALIB.15% 4-38 .DEFAULT SETTING SETTING +0.4 TEST PATTERN will be printed. ML = Measured Length FORMULA CA = CL .05%. Calibrating amount can be calculated with the formula shown at 5 based on the printing result. DEFAULT] menu and change the amount to be calibrated with [ ] and [ ] keys.00%. CA = Calibrating Amount 2.DEFAULT Parameters can be entered with an increment of 0.

COVER PLATE I/S COVER LEFT COVER 2 Loosen the screws shown in the figure. or 9lb ~ 11lb in other cases.4-10 CARRIAGE WIRE TENSION ADJUSTMENT (Referential Time : 10min. 4-39 . 3 Measure the wire tension with the TENSION METER (ST-011) at the center of the LM GUIDE. Right & Left I/S COVERs and COVER PLATE. due to the stretch of the wire. 9lb ~ 11lb is the optimal wire tension. 4 Adjust the tension with the ADJUSTMENT SCREW so that it will be as 13lb ~ 15lb when replacing the wire. The value for the wire tension when replacing the wire is set on the assumption that the tension will get settled in the optimal wire tension 9lb ~ 11lb.) 1 Remove the Left COVER.

[ ]. [ ]. check the tension again. If the tension changes.5 Turn on the SUB POWER SW while pressing [ ].[ ] + POWER ON [MENU] key MENU SERVICE MENU 6 Select the [SCAN] menu under the [AGING] menu and press the [ENTER] key to start AGING. SERVICE MENU AGING [ ] AGING SCAN 7 After moving the HEAD CARRIAGE back and forth 20 times. re-adjust it. press the [ENTER] key to finish the AGING. Then. 4-40 . 8 Tighten the screws shown in the figure after completing the adjustment. [ ] and [ ] keys to enter the SERVICE MODE.

9 Check and make sure that the tension is within the range. 4-41 . If not. adjust it again.

please refer to Roland PrintServer Network Setting Guide.4-11 NETWORK BOARD INITIALIZE (Referential Time : 2min. For details. When the INITIALIZE is completed. and press the button again to carry out the INITIALIZE. the yellow LED flashes regularly after LEDs flash threee times.) [About NETWORK BOARD INITIALIZE] NETWORK BOARD INITIALIZE is necessary when the network board has stopped responding. MAIN POWER SW POWER 2 Turn on the MAIN POWER SW while pressing the button of the network board. When there is no respnse even if sending "PING" command or connecting from a browser. the setting can be returned to the default by carrying out the INITIALIZE. MAIN POWER SW POWER 3 Release the button after green and yellow LEDs of the network board start flashing. there is a possibility that the setting of the network board has become incorrect. In such case. 4-42 . 1 Turn off the MAIN POWER SW. it is necessary to set the IP address again. After the INITIALIZE is completed.

POWER 4-43 . MAIN POWER SW The network board will not work properly if the MAIN POWER SW is not turned on again. Such symptom could occur as that the network board does not accept any data although it returns the IP address.4 Turn off the MAIN POWER SW and then turn it on again.

press key for 3 seconds to return to the one just after power-on (PV/SV displayed). How to set values : key : One press increases the value by 1. 4-44 . Press and hold this key to decrease the value fast. key : One press decreases the value by 1. If it has not been used for 30 seconds. After registration of the set data. the display returns to the one just after power-on (PV/SV displayed). How to register the set data : Press the key to register displayed values. Press and hold this key to increase the value fast.4-12 OPERATION OF THE HEATER CONTROLLER How to switch parameters : The figure below shows the basic operations for the Controller. Note that the displayed values will be registered in 3 seconds without any operation.

4-45 . However. the Heater cannot reach more than 65 degrees C because of the THERMOSTAT.4-13 Setting the Parameter of the Heater Controller <Parameter Display Symbol and Set Value> Blocks First block Second block Parameter Display Symbol Parameter Key lock Control algorithm Proportional band Integral time Derivative time Input signal code Lower limit of measuring range Upper limit of measuring range Setting the decimal point position Description Specifies whether or not to allow the change of parameter Selects the control algorithm. ** When you change any of the above parameters from the Default Set Value. Default Set Value 2 FUZZY 3 100 20 Sets this parameter when changing the types of the temperature sensors. 0 : Always ON 2 : Control RUN/Sleep Set Value at shipment * You can set the value on SV-L and SV-H freely within the range of P-SL and P-SU. 1 0 150 Sets the decimal point position of PV. limiter DI1(Digital input 1) operation Standby / Operation SV Sets the Heater operations. SV part. even if you change the value of SV-L and SV-H. Sets the lower limit of the SV. 0 30 50 2 40 Third block SV (Set Value) lower limiter SV (Set Value) upper Sets the upper limit of the SV. we cannot guarantee the controller operation.

It detects the origin of the Carriage Moving Direction and the limit. 5-1 . FRONT PAPER SENSOR It detects the front edge of the media. 5 MAINTENANCE COVER SENSOR It detects whether the Maintenance Cover is opened or closed. LIMIT SENSOR FRONT COVER SENSOR It detects whether the Front Cover is opened or closed.5 Supplemental Information 5-1 SENSOR MAP (Left side of the machine) 5 Supplemental Information GRIT ENCODER It detects rotation position of the Grit Roller. (Right side of the machine) REAR PAPER SENSOR It detects the rear edge of the media and also whether the media is set or not.

(Fr ont the side ma chi of ne) ENCODER MODULE It detects coordinates for Carriage Moving Direction. The black Head is used for the measurement. achine) of the m ide (Rear s CAPPING SENSOR It detects the limit position of the Capping Unit. 5 WIPER HEIGHT SENSOR It detects the limit position of the Wiper height. PAPER SIDE SENSOR It detects the left and right edges of the media. THERMISTOR (HEAD) It takes the temperature around the Head. HEAD UP/DOWN SENSOR It detects the position of the Head Height Lever. 5-2 .5 Supplemental Information WIPER SENSOR It detects the limit position of the Wiper moving in back and forth.

5 Supplemental Information SHEET LOAD SENSOR It detects whether the Pinch Rollers are in UP or DOWN position. INK CARTRIDGE SENSOR It detects whether the Ink Cartridge is installed or not. 5 THERMISTOR (HEAD BOARD) It takes the temperature around the Head Board. INK EMPTY SENSOR It detects whether the Ink Cartridge is empty or not. 5-3 .

5-4 . 5 THERMOSTAT(BED HEATER) If the Heater exceeds the limit temperature. it stops the power supply. THERMOSTAT(PLATEN HEATER) If the Heater exceeds the limit temperature.5 Supplemental Information THERMISTOR(HEATER) It takes the temperature of the Heater. it stops the power supply.

If it is not set properly. If the ink amount is not proper. the negative pressure of the ink increases resulting in the scratchy printing or missing dot due to lack in ink supply. When the Bias or Vertical adjustment is not adjusted properly. When the ink cartridge is approaching to its empty. If the signal sent to the Head is not normal. When foreign substances are stuck on the surface of the head. Head rank setting affects the amount of the fired ink. 4 Wiper wears out Wiper Replacement 5 Foreign substances Manual Cleaning Users Manual 6 Pump tube is clogged Pump Replacement [3-5 PUMP REPLACEMENT] 7 Ink Damper is clogged Replace Ink Damper 8 Ink cartridge is almost empty Replace Ink Cartridge 9 Head is out of adjustment Head Alignment [4-4 HEAD ALIGNMENT] 10 Head Rank is incorrect Broken head or Life of head Broken Mainboard or Head Board Set Head Rank [3-1 HEAD REPLACEMENT] [3-1 HEAD REPLACEMENT] 11 Head Replacement 12 Mainboard or Head Board Replacement [3-7 BOARDS REPLACEMENT] 6-1 . it sometimes prints unnecessary lines. Ink cannot be fired correctly and results in missing dot when the head is broken or reaches its life. the machine doesn't stop the job when the ink cartridge becomes almost empty. Wiper cannot remove the foreign substances stuck on the surface of the head. If the Calibration is not adjusted properly. the printing image becomes blotted or banding appears in the printing image because of too much ink. As a result.6 Troubleshooting 6-1 WHITE FINE LINE / BANDING / MISSING DOT / SCRATCHY PRINTING / BLURRED PRINTING NO 1 CHECKING POINT Temporary clogging in nozzles ACTION Manual Head cleaning REFERENCE Users Manual OUTLINE Nozzle condition becomes poor due to the foreign substance attached to the surface of the head or very slight drying of the ink. banding appears in the printing image. the printing image becomes light or dark or blurred. the Head doesn't work properly. Ink is not supplied to the head properly. ink is not fired properly and the white or dark fine lines appear in the printing image. It is necessary to do the Calibration when printing on the media which has a different thickness. 2 Wrong setting for the media Apply correct setting 3 Transformation of Cap Cap Top Replacement [3-3 CAP TOP REPLACEMENT] [3-2 WIPER REPLACEMENT] Cleaning is not performed efficiently and the white or dark lines appear in the printing image. The amount of the ink which can be accepted is different between the each media. white lines or banding appear because of the bad feeding amount. When the Horizontal or Bi-direction adjustment is not performed properly. The same thing happens when foreign substances are stuck on the cleaning wiper or cap. white or dark lines appear in the printing image. or printing becomes scratchy. When the head is electrically broken. white or dark fine lines appear in the printing image. ink is not fired properly resulting in the white or dark fine lines in the printing image. When the [INK CONTROL] in the menu is set to [LATER]. In that condition. because the head cleaning cannot be performed efficiently in that condition. Cleaning is not performed efficiently because ink is not sucked well. the white or dark lines appear in the printing image. As a result.

When the head is broken mechanically. When foreign substances are stuck on the surface of the head. ink flows through the head nozzles and results in ink dropping. It can be avoided by using the Media Clamps or changing the head height. the head doesn't work properly. Broken Head Broken Mainboard or Head Board Head Replacement Mainboard or Head Board Replacement 6-2 . Ink is not supplied to the head properly. It cannot remove the foreign substances stuck on the surface of the head. 9 10 6-3 INK DROPS ON MEDIA NO 1 CHECKING POINT Foreign substances ACTION Manual Cleaning REFERENCE Users Manual OUTLINE When foreign substances such as fiber dust is stuck on the surface of the head. If the signal sent to the Head is not normal. Ink firing could not be controlled correctly and sometimes results in the ink dropping. If the media tends to curl or become bumpy due to ink. the negative pressure of the ink increases and ink is not fired properly due to lack in ink supply. When the head is mechanically or electrically broken. the head sometimes strikes the media and it causes the ink dropping problem. or there is a cut line in the Flexible cable. 8 Bad contact with Flexible Cable Re-fix / Replace Flexible or Cut line in Flexible Cable Cable Broken Head or Life of Head Broken Mainboard or Head Board Head Replacement Mainboard or Head Board Replacement [3-1 HEAD REPLACEMENT] [3-7 BOARDS REPLACEMENT] When there is a bad contact with the Flexible cable connected to the head. Air bubbles tend to go into the ink line by installing and uninstalling the ink cartridge so many times. the head doesn't work properly.6-2 DOES NOT PRINT AT ALL NO CHECKING POINT Ink Cartridge is almost empty ACTION Confirm remaining ink / Replace the Ink Cartridge REFERENCE OUTLINE When the ink cartridge is approaching to its empty. If there are air bubbles in the link line. When there is a hole in the Ink Damper. When the [INK CONTROL] in the menu is set to [LATER] the machine doesn't stop the job when the ink cartridge becomes almost empty. ink is sometimes not fired. ink flows through the head nozzles and results in the ink dropping. Cleaning is not performed properly because ink is not sucked efficiently. All the air bubbles inside the lines can be removed by the powerful cleaning. the Head doesn't work properly. 1 Users Manual 2 3 Foreign substances Wiper wears out Manual Cleaning Wiper Replacement Users Manual [3-2 WIPER REPLACEMENT] 4 Air bubbles in Ink line Powerful Cleaning Users Manual 5 6 Pump Tube is clogged Ink Damper is clogged or broken Pump Replacement Ink Damper Replacement [3-5 PUMP REPLACEMENT] 7 Broken Ink Tube Ink Tube Replacement [3-6 INK TUBE REPLACEMENT] Ink is not supplied to the head properly. ink flows through the head nozzles and results in ink dropping. ink is not fired properly. 2 Media strikes Head Change Media 3 4 5 6 Broken Ink Damper Broken Ink Tube Ink Damper Replacement Ink Tube Replacement [3-6 INK TUBE REPLACEMENT] [3-1 HEAD REPLACEMENT] [3-7 BOARDS REPLACEMENT] When the Ink Tube is broken. ink sometimes leaks from it.

the printing image can [3-10 Encoder Scale be shifted in a staircase pattern because the printing position in Replacement] the scanning direction cannot be detected correctly. When Encoder Module is dirty or broken. Small tilting of the media when setting it up could result in big shifting especially doing long print. When there is dirt on the LM Guide. When Grit Roller becomes loose. it is possible that the printing area does not fit with the media and the printing position could be shifted. feeding amount between left and right edges will be different and results in media shifting. 2 LM Guide is dirty Clean LM Guide 3 There is a dirt in teeth of Drive Gear Clean Drive Gear 4 There is a dirt in teeth of Motor Gear Clean Motor Gear 6-6 MEDIA SHIFTING NO 1 CHECKING POINT Flanges are not set correctly to the Media ACTION Setup Media again REFERENCE User's Manual OUTLINE When the flanges are not fully inserted to the media tube. power to hold the media will be weakened and results in media shifting. Make sure to set the Media straight referring to the Users Manual. Use brush to clean the Grit Roller. Use Replacement] KIMWIPE for cleaning or replace it. such as alcohol. Never use chemicals. The most effective measure against media shifting is to set the media straight to the machine. Clean or Replace Reflection Tape Clean or Replace Encoder Scale Clean or Replace Encoder Module REFERENCE Users Manual OUTLINE Media is not set straight. the Head carriage has the big moving resistance and the printing image becomes to be changed from the other part at the position where there is a dirt . the movement of the Head Carriage is changed at the position where there is a dirt. Media floats on the BED and this results in the Shifting in Printing. the movement of the Head Carriage is changed at the position where there is a dirt. And it results in the vertical banding. 4 5 6 Head is out of position ABSORPTION FAN is not working Head Alignment FAN Replacement 6-5 VERTICAL BANDING NO CHECKING POINT 1 Encoder Scale is dirty ACTION Clean / Replace Encoder Scale REFERENCE OUTLINE When there is scratch or dirt on the Encoder Scale. When there is a dirt in the teeth of the Motor Gear. the printing image can be shifted in a staircase pattern because the printing position in the scanning direction cannot be detected correctly.6-4 SHIFTING IN PRINTING NO 1 CHECKING POINT Media is not set correctly Media width is not read correctly Encoder Scale is dirty / broken Encoder Module is dirty / broken ACTION Set Media correctly Paper Sensor Adjustment. media will be fed eccentric and results in media shifting. When the Media edge is not detected correctly. the color shifting occurs and when the bidirectional and horizontal adjustment is not correct. 2 Media is not set straight to the machine Setup Media again User's Manual 3 Grit Roller is dirty Clean the Grit Roller 4 Grit Roller is loose Fix the Grit Roller 6-3 . the printing image could be affected and the vertical bandings could be [3-10 Encoder Scale appeared at the position where there is scratch or dirt. When the ABSORPTION FAN is not working. [4-4 HEAD ALIGNMENT] When the heads are not aligned. the shifting occurs in every band. 2 3 When Encoder Scale is dirty or broken. It is recommended to setup the media by adding tension towards front and check the shifting by prefeed function before actually start printing. for cleaning. When dust such as pieces of vinyl is stick to the grit roller. And it results in the periodical vertical bandings. And it results in the periodical vertical bandings. When there is a dirt in the teeth of the Drive Gear.

Scan Motor Overcurrent Error 1 (Big load is put on the motor movement 0040 instantaneously. 3. 2. When there is a dirt in the teeth of the Drive Gear and it cannot rotate. the Motor cannot Replacement] obey the order from the CPU and it results in the Motor Error. the Power Supply voltage for the Motor is not supplied and the Motor cannot move. [3-7 BOARDS REPLACEMENT] When the Power Supply voltage for the Motor is not supplied. It results in the Motor Error./Life 4. There is a bad contact/cut-line in the cable.) Feed Motor Overcurrent Error 2 0008 (A little load is put on the motor movement for a long time. Head/Servo Board is broken. the Motor cannot move and it results in the Motor Error. Screw fixing the tool carriage to wire is shifted. the Motor Error occurs.) 0001 0005 0009 0010 0001 and 0004 occurred at the same time. Pull or Move the Carriage by hands. Heavy media is used. the Motor Error occurs due to the too much load for feeding Media. MEANING CAUSE 0001 and 0008 occurred at the same time. When the weight of Media is too heavy.6-7 MOTOR ERROR NO CHECKING POINT ACTION Remove cause of Media Jam REFERENCE OUTLINE When the edges of the media curls or the media absorbs the Ink and becomes to be irregular surface of the media. Scan Motor Deviation Error < User side > 1. Carriage runs into a thing/hands. 4. 5.) 0050 0090 0010 and 0040 occurred at the same time. 3. Motor is broken. Media is stuck because the media end is not separated from the paper tube. the Head Carriage catches on the media during printing and results in the Motor Error. When the Servo Board is broken. Media Jam 2. 6-4 . Revised2 0010 and 0080 occurred at the same time. Bit No. < Mechanical Side > 1. Revised 2 Display the axis which the Error happens.) Scan Motor Overcurrent Error 2 0080 (A little load is put on the motor movement for a long time. 1 Media Jam 2 Broken / life of the Motor Motor Replacement [3-4 Carriage Motor When the Motor is broken or reaches its life. 3 Power Supply voltage for Motor is not supplied Replace Switching Power Supply 4 Broken Servo Board Servo Board Replacement [3-7 BOARDS REPLACEMENT] 5 There is a dirt in teeth of Drive Gear Weight of Media exceeds usable Media Clean Drive Gear 6 Use usable Media MOTOR ERROR < ERROR DESCRIPTION SCAN MOTOR ERROR CODE : 0000 0000 LAST ERROR CURRENT ERROR < ERROR LIST > Feed Motor Deviation Error Feed Motor Overcurrent Error 1 (Big load is put on the motor movement 0004 instantaneously.

If the error still happens in spite of restarting the machine. it sometimes could be solved by carrying out the Limit Initialization or changing some setting values. When Motor stops during printing. Motor does not complete the movement which is supposed to be done. Disorder of Cap Motor Fault of Cap Unit Fault of Cap Sensor Cut-line or short-circuit of Cable and Flexible Cable Linear Encoder Setup has not been done. Limit Sensor does not reach the expected value. the output of the Fault of Wiper Unit Fault of Wiper Sensor Wiper Sensor does not reach the Cut-line or short-circuit of Cable and Flexible expected value. 1) Wiper Height Motor Replacement 2) Wiper Unit Replacement 3) Wiper Height Sensor Replacement 4) Cable and Flexible Cable Replacement 0108 Wiper Unit Protection Error 0109 Wiper Protection Even though the machine carries out Error Disorder of Wiper Sensor the regular movement. the output of Cap Sensor does not reach the expected value. the output of the broken. In the most case. There is a bad connection between Main Board and Sub Board. 1) Carry out Linear Encoder Setup. Limit Position Initialize has not been done. Even though the machine carries out the regular movement. Sub CPU does not work correctly. ACTION 1) Check Cable Connection between Main Board and Servo Board 2) Servo Board Replacement 3) Main Board Replacement 1) Check the DIPSW setup 2) Replacement the Main Board 1) Carry out Limit Position Initialize. the output of the Wiper Height Sensor does not reach the expected value. 0002 Sub CPU 0003 DIPSW model setting error A setup about the model of DIPSW is set up in an unsuitable combination. the error can be fixed by restarting the machine. Cable Input value from Linear Encoder is not Read error of Linear Encoder changed when Linear Encoder is set up Read error of Encoder on Scan Motor side Wire is not fixed to Head Carriage firmly. Disorder of Wiper Height Sensor Fault of Wiper Unit Fault of Wiper Height Sensor Cut-line or short-circuit of Cable and Flexible Cable 1) Limit Sensor Replacement 2) Check the mechanical Backlash or loose with the scanning axes. 6) Main Board Replacement 0110 Linear Encoder Error 6-5 . 2) Linear Encoder Replacement 3) Scan Motor Replacement 4) Confirm Cable Connection between Linear Encoder Board and Print Carriage Board. Even though the machine carries out the regular movement. 0101 Limit Position Error 0102 Limit Sensor Error Limit Sensor does not work correctly or is Even though the machine carries out the regular movement. DIPSW setup error DIPSW defect Main Board defect Limit Position Initialize has not been done. 0104 Cap Unit Protection Error 1) Cap Motor Replacement 2) Cap Unit Replacement 3) Cap Sensor Replacement 4) Cable and Flexible Cable Replacement 0107 Unset up of the Linear Encoder Linear Encoder Setup has not been done. the Origin. SERVICE CALL CODE No.6-8 ERROR MESSAGE NO 1 CHECKING POINT Service Call ACTION Refer to Service Call REFERENCE Refer to Service Call OUTLINE 2 Internal Error Restart machine This message is displayed when an unexpected error happens. 5) Confirm Connection between Wire and Head Carriage. 1) Wiper Motor Replacement 2) Wiper Unit Replacement 3) Wiper Sensor Replacement 4) Cable and Flexible Cable Replacement 1) Confirm whether Encoder Scale is between the slit of Encoder Module in a whole width of the machine. MEANING Communication Error CONTENTS Disorder of communication with Sub CPU CAUSE Sub Board does not work correctly.

surrounding temperature may be low. Recommend the user use the heater and printer within the recommended environmental temperature range. Recommend the user use the media having a width of about 1m or more. This function may improve printing quality by maintaining the uniform speed for media feed by selecting [FULL] in this menu. Even if you turn on the POWER of the controller. Low or unstable voltage may result in inadequate heater performance. When media is not heated sufficiently. Media of a narrower width may take a long time to heat or fail to reach the preset temperature. check the voltage of the power supply. Recommend the user to use the recommended media. the Heater does not operate if the printer is in the sleep mode. Wait for about five minutes after the temperature of [PV] reaches the set temperature or increase the temperature to heat the media sufficiently. Check each parameter is set correctly referring to the Service Note [4-13]. Even if you turn on the POWER of the controller.6-9 Heater temperature fails to reach the preset value NO 1 CHECKING POINT Operation environment ACTION Explain to User REFERENCE Users Manual OUTLINE In an cold environment. If the temperature of the Heater fails to rise adequately even if it is used correctly. Some media cannot dry up the ECO-SOL INK even if you use the Heater. Check Cables between the Controller and the Heater and replace broken cables. the temperature may fail to reach the preset value. warm up may take a long time or the temperature may fail to reach the preset value. [4-13 Setting the Parameter of the Heater Controller] When the parameter setting is not correct. When there is a cut-line in the Cables between the Controller and the Heater. the Heater does not operate until the sub power for the printer is turned ON. If the media is still not warm enough. Users manual Setting [SCAN INTERVAL] value to a longer time may improve printing quality. the temperature fails to reach the preset value. 2 Increase the preset temperature / Wait for a Media is not warm enough while until media warms up 3 Ink drying time Set the [SCAN INTERVAL] value to a longer time Set the [FULL WIDTH S] to [FULL] Use the recommended media 4 Movement width of the printing carriage Recommended Media is not used Users manual 5 6-6 . The Heater is connected to the sub power for the printer. Explain to users to use the Heater where the temperature is 20 deg C (68 deg F) or more. The Heater is connected to the sub power for the printer. 2 Media Width Use the media having a width of about 1m or more Users Manual 3 Power Supply Voltage Check the Power Supply Voltage 4 Check the Parameter Parameter setting of the setting of the Controller / Heater Controller parameter resetting Sub Power of the printer is not ON Turn ON the Sub Power for the printer 5 6 The printer becomes sleep mode The Cables between the Controller and the ProII machine Recover from sleep mode Replace the Cables between the Controller and the ProII machine 7 6-10 Results of printing are coarse NO 1 CHECKING POINT The Heater has not warmed up ACTION Check whether each setting is correct REFERENCE OUTLINE Check whether each setting is correct referring to the above [69]. ink drips and unevenness could happen.

been changed without any When the set value of [P-SU] is larger than 1000. Check the Cable Connection. Set the parameter of [LoC] to 2. [P-SU] and [P-n2] are not correct. [P-SU] to 150 and [P-n2] to 1. Parameter settings of [P-SL]. please check whether each parameter is set correctly referring to [4-13] at first. [P-SU] to 150 and [P-n2] to 1. [P-SU] and [P-n2] are not correct. Replace the Thermistor Cable. / Recover the machine from sleep mode. Set the parameter of [P-SL] to 0. The Cable of the Thermistor which is fixed to the Controller is broken or short-circuit. / The printer becomes sleep mode. The Cable between the Controller and the Servo Board is broken. The SV or the set values Parameter settings of [P-SL]. Parameter settings of [P-SL]. Sub Power of the printer is not ON. Set [P-DP] to 0 and return [P-SU] to 150. The Thermistor is broken.6-11 Error message (Heater Controller) DISPLAY CAUSE Parameter setting of [P-n2] is not correct. 6-7 . (Parameters of [SV-L] and [SVH]). Turn ON the Sub Power for the printer. Errors are caused by a factor other than the above OUTLINE Set the parameter of [P-n2] to 1. Set each parameter in the range of the [SV-L] to [SV-H]. [P-SU] and [P-n2] are of some parameters have not correct. Set the parameter of [P-SL] to 0. The Cable of the Thermistor which is fixed to the Controller is loose. will be registered for [P-DP]. [P-SU] to 150 and [P-n2] to 1. Set the parameter of [P-SL] to 0. Replace the Thermistor Cable. Replace the Controller * When the above displays appear. The SV cannot be changed. You are trying to set the values of [SV-L] and [SV-H] to out of the range. "1" operation. (Refer to the section [4-13]. ) Replace the Cable between the Controller and the Servo Board. 1 or 4 is set in the parameter of [LoC].

2m (W) X 2.8m (H) Unpacking Accessory Box Accessory Box 7-1 .0m (L) X1.0m (W) X 2.7 Service Activities 7-1 INSTALLATION CHECK LIST SJ-745EX/645EX INSTALLATION CHECK LIST Date : Serial Number User Classification Purchase Loan Unit Demo Unit Replacement Date Minimum Space Required < SJ-745EX > 4.0m (L) X1.8m (H) < SJ-645EX > 4.

Unpacking the Stand Stand leg Media Guide Reinforcing pipe Unpacking the Accessories Box Transport bars Accessories Accessory Box Pads (Only SJ-645EX) Accessories Accessory Box 7-2 .

Unpacking the main unit Cleaning cartridge 7-3 .

Checking the Accessories Power cord : 1 Stay (Right) : 1 Stay (Left) : 1 Stand leg: 1 Casters : 2 Media guide : 1 Bolts (Large) :16 Bolts (Small) :14 Washers : 6 Hexagonal wrench : 1 Pipe : 1 Media flanges : 2 Flange retaining pins : 2 Drain bottle : 1 Bottle stand : 1 Software RIP : 1 User's manual : 1 Replacement blade for separating knife : 1 Roland PrintServer CD-ROM : 1 Roland PrintServer Network Settings Guide : 1 Reinforcing pipe :1 SOL INK Cleaning cartridges : 4 Transport bars : 2 Cleaning kit : 1 Cleaning sticks : 10 Tweezers : 1 Wipers : 2 7-4 .

Transport bar Front view Short Rear view Long 7-5 . Make sure the rubber foot faces down.Assembling the Stand Invert the Stand legs and attach the Casters with 8 Bolts (Large). Hexagonal wrench Bolts (Large) Attaching the Transport bars 1. Attach the Transport bars at the bottom of the main unit. Cut in the Bottom box as shown in the figure.

Secure the Transport bars with 8 Bolts (Small). 7-6 . Grip these position in the figure and move it.2. Bolts (Small) 3.

Assembling the Main unit 1. Washer Bolts (Large) 7-7 . Set the Stand up and place the machine on the stand. Secure the machine and the Stand with 6 Bolts (Large). Fit the position of the Frame at the rear of the machine in the fixtures on the Stand. 2.

Bolts (Small) 7-8 .Removing the Transport bars Remove the 8 Bolts (Small).

Making the Packaging smaller 9. Fold the 2 Side pads as shown in the figure and put them on the Pad [ 6] . 7. Put the other Small pads or boxes inside the Boxes placed at [ 2] . 3. Reverse the 2 Boxes as shown in the figure and place them between the Pads placed at [ 1] and the Partition. Place the 2 Pads on the Bottom box. Reverse the Pad as shown in the figure and put it on the flattened accessories boxes. 1. 4. 6. 8. Bind up the boxes with PP Band. Put the Top pad on the Pads [ 7] . 2. And also. Note the width of the 2 Pads are different. Put the flattened Accessories boxes. Make the 2 Accessories boxes flat. partitioned space is different. Short Partition Long 7-9 . 5.

Attach the Stays at the position in the figure. Left side of the rear view Right side of the rear view Bolts (Small) Stay (Left) Stay (Right) 2.Installing the Accessories 1. Place the Media guide on the Stays and secure it with 4 Bolts (Small). Direction of the Media guide Rear Front Media guide Media guide Long Short Bolts (Small) 7-10 .

Media flanges Left side of the rear view Right side of the rear view Fit the ridges and grooves. Flange retaining pins 7-11 .3. Attach the Media flanges to the Retainers and secure them with the Flange retaining pins.

Installing the Drain Bottle 1. because it will be necessary when the machine is transferred. Insert the Drain tube into the Bottle stand securely. Drain tube Peel off the tapes. Remove the Stopper from the Drain tube. Drain tube Bottle stand 7-12 . Secure the Bottle stand with 2 Bolts (Large). 3. Stopper * Explain to keep it. Bottle stand Bolts (Large) 2.

4. Make sure the Drain tube is inserted into the Drain bottle. Remove the Cap and the Inner cap of the Drain bottle and attach the Drain bottle to the Bottle stand. 7-13 .

Removing the protective stuffs 1) Remove the Pads. Pad Pad 2) Peel off the tape.

3) Pull straight the pad. 7) Peel off the tape and remove the Pads.

6) Peel off the tape.

5) Remove the Retainer B.

4) Remove the Retainer A using a screwdriver.

Rear view

The other screw of the Retainer B 2) Retainer A

1) Retainer B

8) Attach the Retainer you removed. Firstly, attach the Retainer B. After that, attach the Retainer A.

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Connection

Connecting the Power Cord Connecting to the Computer

Installation of the Roland VersaWorks !! IMPORTANT !! <Supported Operation Systems> Windows XP Service Pack 1 or later / Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 * Windows ME / 98 and MAC OS are available as the client PC. <Recommended System Requirements on Windows>

CPU: Pentium 4 2.0GHz or faster HDD: 10 GB or more for Storage

Memory: 512 MB (1GB or more recommended) Monitor: High-resolution SXGA (1,280 x 1,024 pixels) or better display recommended.

Making the Setting for Roland@NET Select a check box [Download Updates Automatically and Notify] if the customer allows it.

Network Setting

Setting of Computer Enter the IP Address (Ex.; 192.168.0.100) and the Subnet Mask (Ex.; 255.255.255.0).

Setting of Roland-PrintServer Enter the IP Address (Ex.; 192.168.0.101) and the Subnet Mask (Ex.; 255.255.255.0).

Before printing

Switching on the Power

Changing the setting for the language

Filling Ink 4 pcs. of the SOL INK cleaning cartridges are required in this work. ECO-SOL CMYKMC / ECO-SOL LcLm

Installation of Ink Cartridges !! IMPORTANT !! * Explain to insert the same type and color of Ink Cartridge into 1 ~ 6 and 7 ~ 12. * Gently shake the cartridge when the Ink Cartridge is installed. * Explain not to remove an Ink Cartridge until it runs out. If an Ink Cartridge is removed and inserted often, air may go into the Ink tube and it may cause the ink dropping problem.

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Before printing

Setting Media !! IMPORTANT !! * Explain to refix the Media flanges depending on the diameter of roll media. * Explain to adjust [Head Height], [Feed Correction] and [Bidirectional Correction] when using another type of media. * Explain about the thickness of usable media. Refer to the User's Manual 8-1 Media Conditions]. * Explain to use the Media clamps when using the media which curls easily. In case the Media clamps are used, make sure the Head Height is set at 2(Middle) or 3 (High). If the Head Height is set at 1 (Low), the Head may strike the Media clamps and it may breake the Head. * Explain to remove the roll media from the machine after use. If the roll media is installed on the machine for a long time, the roll media may bend by the weight and it may influence the printing result. * Explain to install the Reinforcing pipe into the roll sheet in order to prevent the bend of the roll media when 74/64 inch of roll sheet is used. And also, explain to remove the Reinforcing pipe from the roll media after use.

Printing

TEST PRINT

Send the printing data via Roland VersaWorks.

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Make the Temperature Setting for the Heaters !! IMPORTANT !! * Do not touch the platen when the heater is operating. Checking the remaining Ink !! IMPORTANT !! * The display of the remaining ink is reset when the Ink Cartridge is installed regardless of the real quantity. Setting the printing start position !! IMPORTANT !! Explain not to feed back the media using the Up key. Air may go inside the Ink cartridge and it may influence the printing quality. The Pinch rollers may pass over the printed surface and it may smudge the printed image. Setting the Margins Setting of [SHEET TYPE] Making corrections for printing with user's media * Feed Correction * Bidirectional Correction Save and call Bidirectional correction value !! IMPORTANT !! Recommend users to note the memory number which is set the adjustment value on each media. The displayed information may differ from the actual amount if you insert a partly used Ink Cartridge or change cartridges while the power is off. You can set the temperature either to "OFF" or to a value from 30 to 50 degrees C (in steps of 1 degrees C) from the Control Panel.Operation Operate the following contents based on the User's manual.] mode which is for printing continuously. 7-17 . * You can also set the temperature by Roland VersaWorks. * Explain about [CONT. Replacing the Ink Cartridge !! IMPORTANT !! * Explain not to replace the Ink cartridges while the machine is working.

* Explain how to wash off the ink as follows. This feature operates when the main power is on. * Explain to switch off the machine before performing to discard the discharged ink. Replacing the Wiper Cleaning other parts * Platen * Grit rollers * Pinch rollers (Raise the Pich rollers when not in use.Maintenance Cleaning the Printing Head * [CLEANING] key * Normal Cleaning * Medium Cleaning * Powerful Cleaning !! IMPORTANT !! Explain that the machine will display [PRESS THE POWER KEY TO CLEAN] message if the machine is left without using for 1 month. Water down the cleaner. 1. 3. Discarding the discharged ink in the Drain bottle !! IMPORTANT !! * Explain about the time to discard the discharged ink in the Drain bottle. * Explain to discard carefully the discharged ink from the Drain bottle so that the ink does not spatter. 2. 7-18 . Please use sub power switch to turn on/off the power of the machine keeping the main power on all the time. Cleaning the Printing Head using Cleaning Kit !! IMPORTANT !! Instruct users how to perform the cleaning using the Maintenance Video so that they can do it rightly by themselves. Soak a cloth in the water and wring it.) * Reflective tape * Front cover * Sheet sensor * Media Clamps !! IMPORTANT !! * Explain it is necessary to clean these parts as daily maintenance. Wipe gently with the cloth.

Explain to close the cover before switching off the machine if the [Cover Open Error] is shown. Carriage Motor Cap Top Ink Tube 1.000 hours Pump Unit Sponge for Flushing Sponge for Wiper Battery 50. !! IMPORTANT !! When the error is shown. the message for replacement of the Wiper will be shown on the LCD. Instruct users how to cap the Head.Others Explain to switch off and on the machine and check the result before calling an engineer when Service Call error occurs. the Head will not be capped. There is a possibility to solve the problem just by doing so.000 times 6 months 12 months 24 months 7-19 . If the power of the machine is switched off before closing the cover and the Head is left. the Dampers should be replaced at the same time. !! IMPORTANT !! It is necessary to cap the Head by users if the Head does not return to the stand by position. PARTS NAME Exchange Time of the Consumable Parts Printing Head Life Time 6 billion shots / nozzle (6000000 kshots) * When the Head is replaced. 6 months or Wiping 3000 times or Wiper Ribbing 100 times * When the cleaning has been done for the 500 times. the Head will be dry and break.500 hours 6 months 2.

000 hours 50. OPERATION CHECK Media Printing Maintenance Reference Loading Printing position Printing Calibration Cleaning using the Cleaning Kit Media Type Head Height Printing Area Printing Mode Color Profiles Roland@NET Others Roland VersaWorks NOTE 7-20 .000 times or Rubbing : 100 times 6 months Mechanical 2.500 hours 6 months or Wipping : 3.000 times Replacement 6 months Replacement 12 months Replacement 24 months Lubrication Replacement Grease : FLOIL GE-676 P/# 21675101 Lubrication Replacement Grease : FLOIL GE-676 P/# 21675101 Replacement Printing Get/Output Report ** In case of any changes.7-2 Maintenance Check List AFTER 6 MONTH MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST Model PC Serial Numer OS User Application Date MAINTENANCE Check Points Get/Output Report Upgrade the firmware to the latest version Consumables Head Carriage Motor Cleaning Wiper Contents OK OK OK OK OK Reference Revised 4 Perform Cleaning Replacement Perform Cleaning Replacement Replacement Cap Top Ink Tube Pump Unit Sponge for Frushing Sponge for Wiper Lithium Battery Carriage Drive Gear Grit Drive Gear Wire Platen Grit Roller Pinch Roller Reflective Tape Sheet Sensor Front Cover Media Clamp Bed OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Correct Backlash Correct Backlash Adjust Tension Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning NG (Reason) Replacement Replacement Replacement 6 billion shots 1.

000 times or Rubbing : 100 times 6 months Mechanical 2.500 hours 6 months or Wipping : 3.000 times Replacement 6 months Replacement 12 months Replacement 24 months Lubrication Replacement Grease : FLOIL GE-676 P/# 21675101 Lubrication Replacement Grease : FLOIL GE-676 P/# 21675101 Replacement Printing Get/Output Report ** In case of any changes.000 hours 50.AFTER 12 MONTH MAINTENANCE CHECK LIST Model Serial Numer User Date PC OS Application MAINTENANCE Check Points Get/Output Report Upgrade the firmware to the latest version Consumables Head Carriage Motor Cleaning Wiper Contents OK OK OK OK OK Reference Revised 4 Perform Cleaning Replacement Perform Cleaning Replacement Replacement Cap Top Ink Tube Pump Unit Sponge for Frushing Sponge for Wiper Lithium Battery Carriage Drive Gear Grit Drive Gear Wire Platen Grit Roller Pinch Roller Reflective Tape Sheet Sensor Front Cover Media Clamp Bed OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK OK Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Correct Backlash Correct Backlash Adjust Tension Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning Perform Cleaning NG (Reason) Replacement Replacement Replacement 6 billion shots 1. NOTE 7-21 .

media reinforcement pipe: 1. user’s manual: 1. Setting range for the preset temperature: 35 to 50C (96 to 122F) Ethernet (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX. cleaning kit: 1 (cleaning sticks: 10. pipe: 1. yellow and black) Maximum 1440 dpi Error of less than ±0. or ±0. media flanges: 2. 50/60 Hz 6. replacement blade for separating knife: 1.3 A (220 to 240 V) 5.3% of distance traveled.) 236 kg (520 lb. bottle stand: 1.) 252 kg (556 lb. magenta. humidity: 35 to 80% (no condensation) Temperature: 5 to 40˚C (41 to 104˚F). magenta.) Maximum 1869 mm (73-9/16 in.) SJ-645EX 65 dB (A) or less (according to ISO 7779) 40 dB (A) or less (according to ISO 7779) 3134 (W) x 742 (D) x 1300 (H) mm (1237/16 (W) x 29-1/4 (D) x 51-3/16 (H) in.5 A (117 V) or 3. flange retaining pins: 2. exclusive stand: 1. 640 W Approx. 770 W Approx.7-3 Specification Main unit Specification SJ-745EX Printing method Acceptable media widths While the print heater is running While the print heater is not running Printing width Ink cartridges Type Capacity Color Printing resolution (Printing dot resolution) Distance accuracy While the print heater is running (*1) While the print heater is not running (*2) Ink -fixing device (*3) Interface Power-saving function Power supply Power consumption Acoustic noise level Voltage and frequency Required power capacity During operation Sleep mode During operation During standby Dimensions (With stand) Weight (With stand) Packed dimensions Packed weight Environment Power on (*4) Power off Included items Piezo ink-jet method 500 to 1879 mm (19-11/16 to 74 in. Roland-PrintServer CD-ROM: 1. automatic switching) Automatic sleep feature AC 117 V ±10%.) 2953 (W) x 742 (D) x 1300 (H) mm (1165/16 (W) x 29-1/4 (D) x 51-3/16 (H) in.3 mm. or ±0.3% of distance traveled. 55 W 500 to 1625 mm (19-11/16 to 64 in. light cyan and light magenta). tweezers: 1. SOL INK cleaning cartridges: 4. black. humidity: 20 to 80% (no condensation) Power cord: 1. or four colors (cyan. Roland-PrintServer Network Settings Guide: 1.) 3270 (W) x 850 (D) x 1005 (H) mm (1283/4 (W) x 33-1/2 (D) x 39-5/8 (H) in. hexagonal wrench: 1. whichever is greater Error of less than ±0.) 3090 (W) x 850 (D) x 1005 (H) mm (12111/16 (W) x 33-1/2 (D) x 39-5/8 (H) in. whichever is greater Print heater.) Exclusive ECO-SOL INK cartridge 220 cc ±5 cc Six colors (cyan.7 A (220 to 240 V) Approx.) 170 kg (375 lb. 55 W Approx.6ºF) (20ºC (68ºF) or more recommended).) 210 to 1879 mm (8-5/16 to 74 in. transport bars: 2. drain bottle: 1. Software RIP: 1.) 210 to 1625 mm (8-5/16 to 64 in. yellow.8 A (117 V) or 2. 50/60 Hz or AC 220 to 240 V ±10%.) 174 kg (384 lb.) Temperature: 15 to 32ºC (59 to 89.3 mm. wipers: 2) 7-22 .) Maximum 1615 mm (63-9/16 in.

humidity: 50% *2 • Media type: Roland PET-G-1050.6) Temperature Use in an operating environment with this range. print travel: 1 m • Preset temperature for the print heater: 40˚C • Temperature: 20C.*1 • Media type: Roland SV-G-1270G. *4 Operating environment Humidity (%) (no condensation) 80 55 35 0 15 20 27 32 °C (°F) (59) (68) (80. Unevenness in temperature may be larger depending on ambient conditions or the width of the media.6) (89. 7-23 . print travel: 1 m *3 The print heater temperature may not reach the preset temperature depending on ambient conditions or the width of the media.

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